The “Military-Industrial Complex”: Murderers of the Patriotic Progressive Agenda and Kennedy


By Ivan Gutiérrez del Arroyo

At the fiftieth anniversary of the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy (JFK), the real criminals have begun a campaign of lies, whose goal is to keep the confusion on this important in the modern history of the U.S. and the world event. Like Hitler’s propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels, intellectuals murderers have consistently repeated the two “credible” but completely false conspiracies:
(A) In response to the Kennedy campaign against “organized crime,” the Mafia ordered his execution.
(B) To avoid assassination attempts against Fidel Castro Cubans and the Soviets planned his murder.
When the international press is scrutinized, particularly in the USA, one realizes the genius of Goebbels as these media focus on the details of the murder without taking into account the strategic causes were the masterminds to end the life of the President of the USA and the progressive legacy of the Kennedys.
During the administration of President Dwight Eisenhower (1956-1960) this retired general plan a summit with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchew, which was sabotaged by the CIA. This not only irritated the Pres., But caused that in his last message to the nation fustigara the powerful “Military-Industrial Complex” (CMI).
This analysis attempts to answer the following question: Who took advantage of the JFK assassination and death that caused changes in domestic and foreign policy of the U.S.?  Desafortudamente, investigations have focused on the details, not in the heart of the matter : Who benefited from the assassination of JFK?
JFK’s presidency was characterized by nationalist and progressive agenda, whose motto was: “what matters is not what the nation can do for you but what you can do for the country.” Then we detail the most salient aspects of true nationalist and progressive agenda of JFK, which caused such anger WCC had no choice but to order the physical removal of the President and any other politician who dared to challenge them, such was the case of his brother Robert Kennedy, and Reverend pacifist winner, Martin Luther King Nobel Peace Prize.
The Irish-American Patriot against the English Empire

When JFK returns to Boston and decides to enter politics “his goal was to return to the policies of Franklin Roosevelt (FDR) and crush imperialism,” the American historian Anton Chaitkin in his latest essay, “John F. Kennedy against Empire “(EIR, 06/09/2013) – This essay and literature are the basis of this research -. In his first public speech to veterans of the American Legion (18/11/1945) compare JFK FDR the political record of the British Conservative leader Winston Churchill, “while Roosevelt won his political reputation by the way Lydian (successfully) with Depression, the Conservative Party (English) the lost. ” Also the young politician underlined the impact they had American soldiers when they were stationed in Britain, “the Conservative leader Disraeli once said that England is divided into two nations – rich and poor – but with the arrival of American troops a new desire … for the good things of life has greatly captivated England. ”
Roosevelt Whip England

In January 1938, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR), the political idol JFK, beginning a secret correspondence with British officials to warn that its policy of supporting totalitarian regimes of Hitler and Mussolini could cause “a feeling of disgust political cowardice “in the U.S.. (1) FDR tells his assistant James Foley in 1939, “… the problem is that the British for centuries are controlled by the upper classes. These upper classes control all trade and exchange, and therefore, the British government policy is aimed at protecting the interests of that class. ” (2) However, his ambassador in Britain, Joe Kennedy – JFK’s father – had allied with the British, and even lived in the house of the banker JP Morgan. After FDR’s death allies Churchill in the White House, the “democrats” Dean Anderson and Averell Harriman and brothers “Republicans” Allen and John Foster Dulles lined the political machinery of Pres. Truman with English imperialist policies, and thus tried to destroy the nationalist and anti-imperialist policies of FDR. In his book, “As I saw” (As I Saw It), the President’s son, Elliot Roosevelt detailing the strategic differences of FDR and Winston Churchill (WC), particularly on methods to release and develop the British colonies in the postwar. FDR insisted on using “American methods” (ie protectionist measures, the use of new and high technology in manufacturing and agriculture and the promotion of large infrastructure projects revolutionaries) as opposed to the “English method” (ie the so-called “free trade “and the” invisible hand “that govern the economy using the laws of supply and demand). The most distinguished economists of the “American system of political economy” are Alexander Hamilton, Mathew and Henry Carey and Friedrich List (3).
Kennedy: The “Imperialism is the Enemy of Freedom in Africa and the Middle East”

During his term as Democratic Congressman JFK and his brother Robert travel through Asia and the Middle East in 1951. In a radio message to the entire nation, FDR describes what he learned in his extensive tour:
“… It’s full of poverty, disease … injustice and inequality area date back many years and is now part of daily life … the fire of nationalism,
is burning … They have been victims of the empires of Western Europe – England, France and the Netherlands – for over 100 years … The same desert sands rise up to oppose the imposition of foreign control of the destinies of these very proud people …
“The real enemy of the Arab world is poverty and needs ….
“Our intervention on behalf of the British oil investments in Iran are not directed to the development of Iran … (and has caused) the terrible human tragedy of over 700,000 Arab refugees (Palestinians), this is opposed to Arab wishes and canceled the promises the (U.S. broadcaster) Voice of America …
“In Indochina (Vietnam) we have allied with the French regime desperate, who are bent on catching the rest of his empire … through force of arms … {4} efforts
In his most important speech before formalizing his candidacy for the presidency, states in the Senate on July 2 de1957, that “Imperialism is the Enemy of Freedom” and demands that the U.S. support the Arab rebels in Algeria against French Imperialism. Compare the situation in North Africa with the collapse of France in Vietnam, and so lashes policy conservative Eisenhower administration and the CIA director, Allen Dulles to support the French imperialists efforts in Algeria and Vietnam. This discourse was developed jointly with the Algerian anti-colonialist leadership and was a great support in the Arab world, according to the American historian Anton Chaitkin.
The Electoral Campaign: JFK lays the basis for the  support of the U.S. Independence and African Development

During the 1959-60 campaign JFK met several times with the nationalist president of Guinea, Sekou Toure and very good friends and collaborators did. It also established official contacts with the president of Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah, the founder of African nationalism, and the first African leader who successfully led his people in the anti-colonial revolt against the English Empire in 1957. Before arriving at the JFK Presidency met with Economy Minister and Ambassador to the United Nations in Ghana. He also criticized the foreign policy of past administrations of the American Union to characterize Nkrumah and Toure as enemies of the U.S. for not choosing sides in the Cold War. According to Kennedy, these erroneous policies had forced these Africans to strengthen relations with the Soviet Union.
Why devote so much time to JFK African Affairs during his 1960 election campaign? Because during that period 13 African countries gained their independence from the French and British empires. Simultaneously, Belgian Congo Independence accept, but European-owned copper mines and uranium in this country, and multinational intelligence of the British Empire orchestrated a sham civil war which eventually kill the Congolese President Patrice Lumumba, disciple Nkrumah politician. The Ghanaian president I communicate to JFK two major concerns: the imperial intrigues against the Congolese president and his plan to build a giant dam, and thus able to industrialize their country and provide electricity throughout West Africa. Nkrumah, who had lived in the U.S. when Roosevelt was President, I as a model for large water project dam built by FDR in the Tennessee Valley.
Mobilize Against The CIA Kennedy Before Election

Long before the inauguration of JFK’s CIA director, Allen Dulles orchestrated an invasion against the revolutionary government of Fidel Castro by a force of 1,400 Cuban exiles. When JFK opposes the use of U.S. military forces in such madness Dulles blackmailed him by telling him that if he did not approve of his military adventure politically deploy these 1,400 Cuban exiles against him throughout the U.S..
Three days before making JFK CIA and British intelligence services, whose base of operations was the Daphne Park in Congo, coordinated the assassination of Lumumba Congolese president on January 20, 1961. Dulles and his lieutenants knew Anglophiles JFK had never approved the murder of Lumumba.
Dulles ordered the CIA to collaborate with the French fascists – Secret Weapons Organization (OAS) – who opposed Algerian independence and attempted to assassinate French President Charles de Gaulle, who had already agreed to release the Algerian independence rebels . The OAS also the anti-imperialist murderer Italian industrialist Enrico Mattei, friend of JFK and strategist and one of the key figures, who was coordinating the acute financial independence revolt in Algeria. (5)
After all these operations were conducted and the world blame the administration of JFK all these destabilizadores actions sponsored by the WCC, President Kennedy banned from administration to CIA chief Allen Dulles and his deputies, Richard Bissell and Charles Cabell for being unfair and constitute a “reactionary state within a state. (6)
JFK Administration: Progressive Alliance  with Africa-India-Indonesia-Lift

After the assassination of Lumumba JFK issuing the Action Memorandum National Security (MASN) 16 on February 13, 1961, which ordered the support of the U.S. to the “newly independent areas” without taking into consideration the “support of Western Europe … when such action in the best interests of the United States. ” MASN also issued 60 in 14 and July 16, 1961, ordering the economic strangulation of the Portuguese Salazar totalitarian government, and thus force him to stop short his bloody war against separatist rebels in Angola and Mozambique. Since then JFK orders the help of the U.S. to those fighters.
As expected, the first foreign leader that was received on March 8, 1961 with bells and whistles by JFK was his friend and president of Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah. Kennedy not only took over the financing of the project, but organize the structural support for the draft industrial friend Edgar Kaiser of Kaiser Industries and his Italian friend Enrico Mattei I coordinate the work of hydraulic engineering for such a feat. The Akosombo Dam on the Volta River created the world’s largest artificial lake and provided you with the electricity needed to transform Ghana into a modern country. This project was dedicated in 1966 to the late President JFK with a commemorative plaque at the site, but desafortudamente a week later, Nkrumah was overthrown in a coup planned in London. (7)
In the Middle East the Truman and Eisenhower administrations had marginalized Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser, who was sponsoring the Algerian independence rebels. Although Eisenhower had pledged to help Nasser in his project to build a large dam on the Nile, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles cancel it, which forced the President of Egypt seek financial aid from the Soviets. All this culminated in 1956 when Israel, Britain and France invade Egypt during the Suez Canal crisis. Kennedy and Nasser began a correspondence, which culminated when the U.S. supported the Pres. Egyptian in its confrontation against the alliance of the British and the Saudis.
JFK also growing very close relations with the Indian premier Nehru Jamaharlal and Indonesian President Sukarno, who led the national liberation of his major countries against the British and Dutch empires respectively. Despite the neutrality of these countries in the Cold War, JFK decided to finance the construction of large steel in Bokhara, India until his murder when the U.S. withdrew their support of the project and the Soviets replace Americans. Before his tragic death JFK begins to organize support for the industrialization of Indonesia (MASN 179, 08.16.1962). Unfortunately, the help never came and Lyndon B. Johnson started a joint operation with British intelligence services, whose aim was the overthrow of Sukarno.
This is only part of the progressive and nationalist legacy of JFK, but it is enough to explain why the “Military-Industrial Complex” had reason enough to orchestrate the murder of one of the most optimistic and visionary president of the American Union.
Ivan Gutierrez del Arroyo

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(1) British National Archives
(2) James A. Farley, Jim Farley’s Story: The Roosevelt
Years (New York: McGraw Hill, 1948) p. 199.
(3) Alexander Hamilton, Report on Manufactures (01/05/1791) Report on a National Bank (13/12/1790) Reports to the U.S. Congress.
Henry Carey, The Harmony of Interest (Periodico Plough, Loom and Advil, 1851)
Mathew Carey, Addresses of the Philadelphia Society
for the Promotion of National Industry (27/03/1819).
Friedrich List, Outlines of American Political Economy
(Newspaper Philadelphia National Gazette, 1827
Pamphlet published by the Society for the Promotion of
Manufacturing and Mechanical Arts in Pennsylvania,
(4) JFK Library
(5) Theodore Sorensen, Kennedy (New York: Harper and Row, 1965) pp. 406-407.
(6) Thomas F. Brady, “Paris Rumors on CIA,” New York Times, May 2, 1961.
(7) “Exiles in London Led Revolt Ghana, Nkrumah Foe Tells of Plot Mapped by Secret Group,” New York Times, Feb. 25, 1966.


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