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Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

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Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

Post by Vinny on Sat 16 Nov 2013, 1:46 am

Review: Destiny Betrayed: JFK, Cuba And The Garrison Case (Second Edition)



http://www.huffingtonpost.com/oliver-stone/post_6136_b_4263396.html

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Re: Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

Post by Goban Saor on Sat 16 Nov 2013, 2:54 am

Congratulations, Mr DiEugenio, on that resounding five-star approval by a distinguished reviewer.

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Re: Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

Post by Guest on Sat 16 Nov 2013, 4:42 am

Great review of a great book juxtaposed against some of the stupidest dumb-ass comments at the bottom of the web page.

What's been interesting for me going into work over the last week has been the new "experts" who have been speaking to me about how George Hickey shot JFK accidently from the SS car.  I guess the documentary shown here on national TV on Wednesday night might have something to do with it  Neutral

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Re: Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

Post by Hasan Yusuf on Sat 16 Nov 2013, 7:26 am

Jim, that's a terrific review of your book by Stone and Sklar. You must be feeling quite proud.

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Re: Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

Post by Frankie Vegas on Sat 16 Nov 2013, 8:01 am

Lee Farley wrote:Great review of a great book juxtaposed against some of the stupidest dumb-ass comments at the bottom of the web page.

What's been interesting for me going into work over the last week has been the new "experts" who have been speaking to me about how George Hickey shot JFK accidently from the SS car.  I guess the documentary shown here on national TV on Wednesday night might have something to do with it  Neutral
I've noticed this a lot too. I've had two or three people a day asking about the Hickey theory. I am so surprised at how the msm has pushed it, even writing it up as credible. The comment sections in any story related to JFK's assassination have been lousy.
Why do they more fanatical, or the people with the weirdest theories seem to have the loudest voices?
I'm so glad Oliver Stone has jumped back into the game this year.

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Re: Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

Post by Guest on Sat 16 Nov 2013, 9:21 am

Frankie Vegas wrote:
Lee Farley wrote:Great review of a great book juxtaposed against some of the stupidest dumb-ass comments at the bottom of the web page.

What's been interesting for me going into work over the last week has been the new "experts" who have been speaking to me about how George Hickey shot JFK accidently from the SS car.  I guess the documentary shown here on national TV on Wednesday night might have something to do with it  Neutral
The comment sections in any story related to JFK's assassination have been lousy.
Why do they more fanatical, or the people with the weirdest theories seem to have the loudest voices?
I was just pleased to find a comments section that Robert Morrow hadn't sniffed out, Frankie.  

I'm sure he'll find it at some point - - once he finishes his daily nuisance phone calls to various U.S. Congressmen trying to convince them that LBJ had sex with his own grandmother's corpse.

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Re: Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

Post by Marlene Zenker on Sat 16 Nov 2013, 10:11 am

Kudos Jim!

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Re: Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

Post by Albert Rossi on Sat 16 Nov 2013, 10:28 am

Marlene Zenker wrote:Kudos Jim!
I second that!

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Re: Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

Post by John Mooney on Sat 16 Nov 2013, 10:29 am

Frankie Vegas
Why do they more fanatical, or the people with the weirdest theories seem to have the loudest voices?
I really believe there are people employed to muddy the waters. They drown people with real questions in crap. The next week or so will see an explosion of it and lots of media fingers
pointing at "crazy conspiracy theorists", because.. well.. "aren't conspiracy theorists mad"?

At the moment they can't ban free speech but they can diminish it with a screen of confusion.

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Re: Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

Post by Frankie Vegas on Sat 16 Nov 2013, 2:05 pm

Lee Farley wrote:
Frankie Vegas wrote:
Lee Farley wrote:Great review of a great book juxtaposed against some of the stupidest dumb-ass comments at the bottom of the web page.

What's been interesting for me going into work over the last week has been the new "experts" who have been speaking to me about how George Hickey shot JFK accidently from the SS car.  I guess the documentary shown here on national TV on Wednesday night might have something to do with it  Neutral
The comment sections in any story related to JFK's assassination have been lousy.
Why do they more fanatical, or the people with the weirdest theories seem to have the loudest voices?
I was just pleased to find a comments section that Robert Morrow hadn't sniffed out, Frankie.  

I'm sure he'll find it at some point - - once he finishes his daily nuisance phone calls to various U.S. Congressmen trying to convince them that LBJ had sex with his own grandmother's corpse.
I hear that! A friend forwarded me one of Morrows emails. Seems he is organising a protest in the plaza for the 22nd. I guess any representation we get will be marred by his weird sex freak theories. Can you imagine the touristy type folks who won a ticket into the plaza and the greeting they will get from him yelling about LBJ and JFK having sex parties in air force one?
This is why we can't have nice things.

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Re: Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

Post by Frankie Vegas on Sat 16 Nov 2013, 2:08 pm

John Mooney wrote:Frankie Vegas
Why do they more fanatical, or the people with the weirdest theories seem to have the loudest voices?
I really believe there are people employed to muddy the waters. They drown people with real questions in crap. The next week or so will see an explosion of it and lots of media fingers
pointing at "crazy conspiracy theorists", because.. well.. "aren't conspiracy theorists mad"?

At the moment they can't ban free speech but they can diminish it with a screen of confusion.
I agree with you on this. The Smoking Gun has made a roaring trade in confused people in comment sections. Between the hobby theorists, ones who get all their information from Alex Jones and the people who are paid to be there...

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Re: Review Of Jim's Book By Oliver Stone

Post by James DiEugenio on Sat 16 Nov 2013, 3:08 pm

I was surprised when it appeared.

He just said he and Zach would write a review, and he "would try" and get it placed.

I heard nothing else about it for a couple of weeks. I even asked Zach to see if he could place it at Daily Beast.

Then two days ago Oliver  emailed me the posted review.

Thank God.  Its one of the few good things we have out there right now.

But I agree, the polarization of this issue by zealots like Bugliosi and Hanks and Holland and McAdams has just poisoned the debate pool.  Because others take them seriously and mimic them.

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