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Post by greg parker on Tue 22 May 2012, 5:50 am

There was clearly a pogrom against liberals in Colombia. In the all the reading I did, I found no references at all to Communists being targeted. Having always resisted the type of all-embracing Conspiracy that keeps on keeping on throughout the Millenia, I have to say I am left with a very strong case for suggesting what happened in Colombia has continued. Liberals who could be bought, were bought, those who couldn't had their careers destroyed by dirty tricks or they were just plain assassinated. Not just in the Americas, but world wide. Liberalism itself was also materially changed through infiltration of labor and by State Department (ie CIA) training of up and coming union leaders. Bob Hawke was one who was "trained" in the US under this program. The Dems and Labor parties are nothing but Tory-Lite now - and none of this happened by accident, or by natural flow of history. Wikileaks has revealed that a labor party stalwart was a regular visitor to the US embassy during all the leadership turmoil when Rudd was about to be booted and replaced by Ms Gillard - a potential rare leader from the Left. The leaked documents reveal this US embassy source was told by Embassy officials not to worry (about her being from the Left) because she knew what was required of her. And that has certainly been borne out...

Specifically in regard to the Gaitan hit - it has always been assumed that Roa Sierra imagined he saw "Santander" emerge during his ritual. But his description of "Santander" is much the same as the description of the person seen a few times with Roa in the weeks leading up to the assassination - and also at the very time of the assassination -- so that is a whole new theory - that "Santander" was NOT a figment of Roa's imagination - that he was the actual assassin and was playing the role of Santander to lure Roa into his patsy role. Additionally, the fact that this person had his coat wrapped around his wrist as Gaitan came out of the building seems very significant as a means of concealing a weapon -- yet none of the investigators at the time, and no one since has made that small leap -- which kind of perplexes me a little cos it seems so obvious...

The book will also be the first to suggest the previous Liberal Party leader, Gabriel Turbay was bribed to leave the country and murdered when he revealed plans to return. And again, the CIA is implicated.

There are numerous parallels between Gaitan and RFK and between Roa and Sirhan. I mentioned some of that in my original Bogota essay, and wonder if I should also mention it in the book?

There are also many similarities to 1963/64. As with JFK, the original investigations were pathetic, and while the WC was set up to review those efforts, Scotland Yard played that role in Bogota. There was also an immediate attempt to blame communists, mishandling of evidence, and poor security of the prisoner, leading to his murder.


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Post by Arlene Raquel Kapel on Wed 15 May 2013, 1:02 pm

Best wishes for the success of your new book.

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Post by greg parker on Wed 15 May 2013, 5:22 pm

Arlene Raquel Kapel wrote:Best wishes for the success of your new book.

Thank you! Long way to go, but lots of surprises in store...

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Post by Guest on Thu 30 May 2013, 7:23 pm

Welcome to the New World Order.

With all sarcasm aside. I wish you all the luck in the world on your book. I have only been here a day and have already come to the conclusion that you see and think clearly.
You aim is good. Now pull the trigger. steve

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Post by greg parker on Thu 30 May 2013, 8:01 pm

STEVEN PAUL wrote:Welcome to the New World Order.

With all sarcasm aside. I wish you all the luck in the world on your book. I have only been here a day and have already come to the conclusion that you see and think clearly.
You aim is good. Now pull the trigger. steve

Thanks for that Steve, and welcome!


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