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Lee Harvey Oswald's Cold War, by Greg Parker

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Post by greg parker on Mon 07 Apr 2014, 7:34 pm

LHOCW is in the top 100 (#65 right now) Kindle books in the category of US 20th Century History. There are around 6100 in this category.

It doesn't translate into significant sales numbers - you have to break into the top 500 overall for that - but it is still a pretty good effort for a first time author published by a very small boutique publisher in the Ozzie bush.  

So with that, I thank each and every one who has bought a copy and/or helped promote it. A great effort!

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Post by Terry W. Martin on Thu 10 Apr 2014, 11:35 am

greg parker wrote:LHOCW is in the top 100 (#65 right now) Kindle books in the category of US 20th Century History. There are around 6100 in this category.

It doesn't translate into significant sales numbers - you have to break into the top 500 overall for that - but it is still a pretty good effort for a first time author published by a very small boutique publisher in the Ozzie bush.  

So with that, I thank each and every one who has bought a copy and/or helped promote it. A great effort!

Congratulations!

A question about the book, though. Who was the "thin man" who was with Roa at the time of the assassination? I thought he had to be James Angleton but I was reading up on him and found out he was supposedly in Italy in April, 1948, so it must be someone else, I suppose.

Also, another oddity in American assassinations was the case of Leon Czolgosz, the assassin of William McKinley in 1901. He was supposedly a member of the anarchists and friend of Emma Goldman but the Anarchist newspaper advised the groups to be wary of the fellow as he appeared to be a government agent.

It seems like they were up to those shenanigans even before the advent of the OSS.

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Post by greg parker on Thu 10 Apr 2014, 1:38 pm

terlin wrote:
greg parker wrote:LHOCW is in the top 100 (#65 right now) Kindle books in the category of US 20th Century History. There are around 6100 in this category.

It doesn't translate into significant sales numbers - you have to break into the top 500 overall for that - but it is still a pretty good effort for a first time author published by a very small boutique publisher in the Ozzie bush.  

So with that, I thank each and every one who has bought a copy and/or helped promote it. A great effort!

Congratulations!

A question about the book, though. Who was the "thin man" who was with Roa at the time of the assassination? I thought he had to be James Angleton but I was reading up on him and found out he was supposedly in Italy in April, 1948, so it must be someone else, I suppose.

Also, another oddity in American assassinations was the case of Leon Czolgosz, the assassin of William McKinley in 1901. He was supposedly a member of the anarchists and friend of Emma Goldman but the Anarchist newspaper advised the groups to be wary of the fellow as he appeared to be a government agent.

It seems like they were up to those shenanigans even before the advent of the OSS.
Officially, the thin man was said to be a mental case by the name of Cesar Bernal Ordoñez who had been picked out of a line-up. He was never charged as an accessory, nor do the documents say what became of him. His "identification" did serve to stop the search and allay the public. 

It goes like this: there were TWO people there at the time of the murder? Okay. We'll serve up a second lone nut not acting in concert with the first lone nut, but just coincidentally seen in his vicinity on several occasions.

My suspicion is that it was John Espirito. Trouble is, I can't find a photo of him from that period. There is one taken during his later Cuban activities. It shows he had dark hair - but that's hardly sufficient for a match. The Thin Man was said to be about 28 - Espirito's documents in Cuba showed he was born in '24 - so would have been 24 in '48. Close, but it's also most probable that the documents were fakes. The bugged-out eyes are not apparent from the one photo I have but might be explicable if he was testing the drug wares he no doubt had access to (he would soon be joining George White and crew in Manhattan). His doing it would also explain why, in his confession, he claimed Roa had been hired to do the hit - and did it. In other words, the confession was partly true, partly CYA cover story.

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Post by greg parker on Wed 16 Apr 2014, 5:49 pm

Lee Harvey Oswald's Cold War, by Greg Parker 
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Post by Albert Rossi on Sat 19 Apr 2014, 1:19 am

Didn't know if this is the right place to mention this, but since you touch on him in your Colombia narrative, I just wanted to post the news that Gabriel Garcia Marquez passed away yesterday.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/17/gabriel-garcia-marquez-dead_n_5169325.html

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Re: Lee Harvey Oswald's Cold War, by Greg Parker

Post by greg parker on Thu 24 Apr 2014, 6:34 pm

Albert Rossi wrote:Didn't know if this is the right place to mention this, but since you touch on him in your Colombia narrative, I just wanted to post the news that Gabriel Garcia Marquez passed away yesterday.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/17/gabriel-garcia-marquez-dead_n_5169325.html
Thanks Albert. I somehow missed your post until now. A sad loss.

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Post by Mark A. O'Blazney on Fri 25 Apr 2014, 6:55 pm

This is quite strange………. was re-reading "One Hundred Years" when I read the news, oh, boy.  RIP, amigo.

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Post by greg parker on Thu 12 Jun 2014, 10:26 pm

http://www.reopenkennedycase.net/lee-harvey-oswalds-cold-war-blog/the-assassination-of-jorge-gaitan

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Post by Guest on Fri 13 Jun 2014, 2:41 am

Greg, hope you've noticed that Phil Dragoo has made several complementary comments regarding your book over at Greg Burnhams forum. Perhaps some members over there who may not have known about it, will be pursuaded to give it a go.

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Post by Stan Dane on Fri 13 Jun 2014, 4:16 am

Alan Dixon wrote:Greg, hope you've noticed that Phil Dragoo has made several complementary comments regarding your book over at Greg Burnhams forum. Perhaps some members over there who may not have known about it, will be pursuaded to give it a go.
Two references that I found:
 
"Of note is Greg Parker's account of the 1948 assassination in Bogota of Gaitan by a hypnotized patsy as John Foster Dulles attended a Panamerican conference in that city.
 
"The assassination was. . .blamed on communists."
 
http://forum.assassinationofjfk.net/index.php/topic/283-alliance-for-progress-alianza-para-el-progreso/
 
"Greg Parker in his first of a trilogy, The Cold War of Lee Harvey Oswald, treats the 1948 assassination of Colombian leader Gaitlan as the archetypal lone nut architecture so common in subsequent years.  Foster was in Bogota when it went down."
 
http://forum.assassinationofjfk.net/index.php/topic/122-jfk-assassination-cia-and-new-york-times-are-still-lying-to-us-by-david-talbot/

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Post by greg parker on Fri 13 Jun 2014, 7:18 am

Thanks Alan and Stan (and Phil!)

One minor point - it was George Marshall who was there, not JF Dulles...

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Post by Hasan Yusuf on Tue 01 Jul 2014, 7:49 am

Another five star review of Greg's book on Amazon.com:

Parker is a one man Warren Commission. In fact, if he had been on the Commission back then we would have the full truth about Lee Harvey Oswald today. I highly recommend this volume. More info packed in here than the entire shoddy PBS documentary "Who Was Lee Harvey Oswald." This will be the best $5.99 you've ever spent in terms of dollars for hard information. Just do it! You won't be disappointed. Cannot wait for Volume 2.

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Post by greg parker on Tue 01 Jul 2014, 9:32 am

Hasan Yusuf wrote:Another five star review of Greg's book on Amazon.com:

Parker is a one man Warren Commission. In fact, if he had been on the Commission back then we would have the full truth about Lee Harvey Oswald today. I highly recommend this volume. More info packed in here than the entire shoddy PBS documentary "Who Was Lee Harvey Oswald." This will be the best $5.99 you've ever spent in terms of dollars for hard information. Just do it! You won't be disappointed. Cannot wait for Volume 2.
A tad exaggerated,Hasan  Embarassed  -- tho' I really do feel I'm getting close to seeing inside Oswald's head... and it looks more and more like the brain of an "Aspie" the deeper I get in. Funny how people see  things. Others look at the record and conclude there "must be 2 Oswald"* or "he was a nutcase." What I see is an intelligent, refined** young man struggling to understand society and social norms - the mechanics of his own socialization. Like any good Aspie, he had numerous ways of coping, had some minor "victories" in second guessing the "right" thing, but he never really understood the impressions he gave people.

* According to Aunt Lillian, Oswald was getting into fights at school over his New York accent. While this may seem to point to an Oswald doppelganger, one needs to consider 2 things: First the idiocy of trying to merge two kids - one with a Bronx accent and one with a Southern drawl - and second - that mimicking accents (involuntarily) is an Aspie trait. Which is the more likely explanation? 

**"Refined" was one word used by Aunt Lillian to describe him - before going on to discuss all the fights he had at Beauregard. The juxtaposition of "refinement" and brawling should have been queried. It wasn't.

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Post by Hasan Yusuf on Fri 04 Jul 2014, 12:23 am

It was a five star review well deserved, Greg. You know that I agree with you that Oswald was an Aspie, I think that also explains why he was standing just outside the entry doors to the TSBD at the time of the assassination, away from the crowd and noise. There's something else to take into account (which I don't think has been discussed before) that suggests Oswald had Asperger's. I'll try and run that by you tomorrow evening.

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Post by Terry W. Martin on Fri 04 Jul 2014, 1:21 am

Hasan Yusuf wrote:It was a five star review well deserved, Greg. You know that I agree with you that Oswald was an Aspie, I think that also explains why he was standing just outside the entry doors to the TSBD at the time of the assassination, away from the crowd and noise. There's something else to take into account (which I don't think has been discussed before) that suggests Oswald had Asperger's. I'll try and run that by you tomorrow evening.

Very interesting, Hasan. I can hardly wait.

Perhaps I will re-read The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time while I wait.

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Post by beowulf on Fri 04 Jul 2014, 3:18 am

Seen this Greg?  CIA assassination guide from 1953.


If the assassin is to die with the subject, the act will be called "lost." If the assassin is to escape, the adjective will be "safe." It should be noted that no compromises should exist here. The assassin must not fall alive into enemy hands....
In lost assassination, the assassin must be a fanatic of some sort. Politics, religion, and revenge are about the only feasible motives. Since a fanatic is unstable psychologically, he must be handled with extreme care. He must not know the identities of the other members of the organization, for although it is intended that he die in the act, something may go wrong. While the Assassin of Trotsky has never revealed any significant information, it was unsound to depend on this when the act was planned.
http://www2.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB4/ciaguat2.html

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Post by Hasan Yusuf on Fri 04 Jul 2014, 7:38 am

terlin wrote:Very interesting, Hasan. I can hardly wait.

Perhaps I will re-read The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time while I wait.

Won't be anything spectacular, Terry. it's interesting you brought up that book. Back in my final year of high school, I had to write an essay on it.

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Post by greg parker on Fri 04 Jul 2014, 8:28 am

Hasan Yusuf wrote:
terlin wrote:Very interesting, Hasan. I can hardly wait.

Perhaps I will re-read The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time while I wait.

Won't be anything spectacular, Terry. it's interesting you brought up that book. Back in my final year of high school, I had to write an essay on it.
Never heard of the book, but looks interesting. Thanks.

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Post by greg parker on Fri 04 Jul 2014, 8:36 am

Bearing in mind Lillian's comment that Lee was "refined"... and also her "excuse" for his sitting in the Blacks only section of the bus (because they were the only seats available)

A couple of endnotes from Volume 2:

[xv] In Asperger’s Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals, Tony Attwood quotes a patient regarding odd changes in her speech patterns. According to the patient, she would “often fluctuate between accents and pitch” and the manner in which she described things. She also noted that her accent was sometimes “quite polished and refined.” That this is not a rare instance as can be seen in various online forums dedicated to Asperger’s. In one example, a partner of a person with Asperger’s commented that “…he says things so properly that he has no accent at all, and that’s why he sounds a little weird. Most people where we live have pretty obvious American southern accents and it’s like he’s immune to picking it up. Then sometimes there’s this blunt, angry-sounding “accent” that makes him sound a little eastern European or something.”

[xvi] In Asperger’s Syndrome – that explains everything: Strategies for Education, Stephen Bradshaw tells us that the person with Asperger’s may often commit a faux pas by “not understanding the rules of the particular social framework.” Lillian’s attempts to excuse Lee sitting in the Black section of the bus on the grounds that those were the only seats available is hardly credible, since this would be likely to have happened from time to time without any non-Blacks ever taking those seats.  Nor is it credible that he had yet developed a political awakening as some have postulated. The story that he had been handed a flyer on the Rosenberg’s in New York and that this had converted him to Marxism has already been called into question in Volume One and will be shown to have been total fiction later in this volume.

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Post by greg parker on Fri 04 Jul 2014, 8:51 am

beowulf wrote:Seen this Greg?  CIA assassination guide from 1953.


If the assassin is to die with the subject, the act will be called "lost." If the assassin is to escape, the adjective will be "safe." It should be noted that no compromises should exist here. The assassin must not fall alive into enemy hands....
In lost assassination, the assassin must be a fanatic of some sort. Politics, religion, and revenge are about the only feasible motives. Since a fanatic is unstable psychologically, he must be handled with extreme care. He must not know the identities of the other members of the organization, for although it is intended that he die in the act, something may go wrong. While the Assassin of Trotsky has never revealed any significant information, it was unsound to depend on this when the act was planned.
http://www2.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB4/ciaguat2.html
Thanks Mr B - yes - I've seen it and I think Carmine as posted about it, if memory serves?

I do wonder about the authenticity of it. Sounds too good, and I have yet to find a copy of the original document. All that is online is the typed version. Also of concern is that no sober book on the subject of CIA dirty deeds mentions it. All that is ever mentioned is the 1983 manual used in Nicaragua. The one or two books which mention this particular document are ones that tend to be on the extreme side. 

The only thing it seems to have going for it is that the original is allegedly held in the National Security Archives at GWU - but then I have some grave concerns about that establishment as well...

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Post by Stan Dane on Thu 24 Jul 2014, 3:31 pm

Any rough forecasts when Vol 2 might hit the streets, Greg?

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Post by greg parker on Thu 24 Jul 2014, 3:54 pm

Stan Dane wrote:Any rough forecasts when Vol 2 might hit the streets, Greg?
Stan,

I keep hoping the pixies will access my files and write it for me while I'm in dreamland. 

So far that plan hasn't worked so I'll have to get back to clearing my brain of all the crud and plowing on myself. By the end of the year, possibly. 

The latest review of vol 1.
"Not worthwhile at all." The good doctor who wrote it is probably an osteopath.  I'm a smartass &  


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Post by Stan Dane on Thu 24 Jul 2014, 4:21 pm

greg parker wrote:
Stan Dane wrote:Any rough forecasts when Vol 2 might hit the streets, Greg?
Stan,

I keep hoping the pixies will access my files and write it for me while I'm in dreamland. 

So far that plan hasn't worked so I'll have to get back to clearing my brain of all the crud and plowing on myself. By the end of the year, possibly. 

The latest review of vol 1.
"Not worthwhile at all." The good doctor who wrote is probably an osteopath.  I'm a smartass &  
Well, if you ever need any help let me know, i.e., proofreading, card tricks, bungee jumping, etc. 

On the "review," I ripped the good doctor a new sphincter (in a toned down, "civilized" way acceptable to Amazon). Did the dipshit stay up all night putting that POS review together?

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Re: Lee Harvey Oswald's Cold War, by Greg Parker

Post by greg parker on Thu 24 Jul 2014, 4:39 pm

Stan Dane wrote:
greg parker wrote:
Stan Dane wrote:Any rough forecasts when Vol 2 might hit the streets, Greg?
Stan,

I keep hoping the pixies will access my files and write it for me while I'm in dreamland. 

So far that plan hasn't worked so I'll have to get back to clearing my brain of all the crud and plowing on myself. By the end of the year, possibly. 

The latest review of vol 1.
"Not worthwhile at all." The good doctor who wrote is probably an osteopath.  I'm a smartass &  
Well, if you ever need any help let me know, i.e., proofreading, card tricks, bungee jumping, etc. 

On the "review," I ripped the good doctor a new sphincter (in a toned down, "civilized" way acceptable to Amazon). Did the dipshit stay up all night putting that POS review together?
Ha! Good one.

Just had a look. Mine is the only freakin' book (or anything else) he has reviewed. How lucky am I he chose me?

It also gives his "wish list". The only book on it is Regicide - which is based on a long proven fake document by an author with lots of explaining to do http://www.dailykos.com/story/2005/05/04/111599/-WARNING-Beware-the-Voice-from-the-White-House#

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Re: Lee Harvey Oswald's Cold War, by Greg Parker

Post by Terry W. Martin on Thu 24 Jul 2014, 10:27 pm

Stan Dane wrote:
greg parker wrote:
Stan Dane wrote:Any rough forecasts when Vol 2 might hit the streets, Greg?
Stan,

I keep hoping the pixies will access my files and write it for me while I'm in dreamland. 

So far that plan hasn't worked so I'll have to get back to clearing my brain of all the crud and plowing on myself. By the end of the year, possibly. 

The latest review of vol 1.
"Not worthwhile at all." The good doctor who wrote is probably an osteopath.  I'm a smartass &  
Well, if you ever need any help let me know, i.e., proofreading, card tricks, bungee jumping, etc. 

On the "review," I ripped the good doctor a new sphincter (in a toned down, "civilized" way acceptable to Amazon). Did the dipshit stay up all night putting that POS review together?

Greg,

I second the offer... well, except for the bungee-jumping. I don't so the dare-devil stuff like Stan does - you know, hunting deerstalkers, bungee-jumping, or bike riding. But anything else, I'm game.

The good doctor may be an osteopath or one of the shrinks from Ft. Dedrick. Probably did one too many self-lobotomies if I read it right.

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