Sunday, August 5, 2018

Playbook - Program - Players

Playbook and Program

The plays, the players, the positions - You can't follow the game without a Program!
Get your Program here.

When the Arab Spring revolutions broke out I recognized its signifiance as a world shaking event and began taking notes, and started a blog - Revolutionary Program in which I tried to keep track of the major players, the revolutionaries, the dictators, the generals and how they played the game and how the game played out in different countries.

Towards that end I am now just getting around to applying the same Program to the assassination of President Kennedy - the Dealey Plaza Program.

CHARACTERS PERSONA

THE GENERALS

1) General Maxwell Taylor (US Army), Personally appointed as Chief of Staff of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) over other, more qualified officers, based on a book he wrote that Kennedy read and liked. At the time of the assassination, Taylor and the JCS were meeting with the West German General Staff who later reported that they were increduluous of Taylor's response to the news of the assassination - he took a nap.

2) General Curtis LeMay (US Air Force), AF Chief of Staff, who was temporrary Chairman on September 25, 1963 when the JCS were briefed by Desmond FitzGerald on CIA covert operations against Cuba, the subject of Colonel Walter Higgin's memo.

3) Generl Victor "Brute" Krulak (USMC) - responsible for military assistance to the CIA in support of their covert operations against Cuba, whose adjunct, Colonel W. Higgins, wrote the meeting minutes memo (Smoking Document #1)

4) General William Eldridge Odom - Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence (ACSI) and later director of the National Security Agency (NSA), who sought the advice of the CIA's Haveland Smith in regards to the use of covert intelligence operations.

5) General Charles Cabell (USAF) - Former head of Project Blue Book. Military intelligence officer who tried but failed to convince Presidend Kennedy to authorize a second air strike against Cuban air fields during the Bay of Pigs, guaranteeing its failure. Cabell was fired over this. His brother was the mayor of Dallas and a certified CIA asset.

6) General Edwin Walker (USA) - Fired by President Kennedy for distributing right wing John Birch Society propaganda to his troops in Europe, and sent to psychiatric institute for evaluation. Lived on Turtle Creek Road in North Dallas, where someone took a shot at him through a window on April 10, 1963, a crime later attributed to Lee Harvey Oswald.

7) General Edwin Lansdale (USAF) was actually a CIA intelligence officer who specialized in unconventional warfare, active in the Phillipines, Cuba and Vietnam.

8) General Lyman Louis Lemnitzer (USA) Chairman of the JCS (1960-1962) on whose watch the Northwoods deception plans were devised andd n to falsly blame Cuba for covert operational disasters.

9) General Wheeler - In charge of the Military District of Washington, in which he ran a deception operation in the course of delivering the body of JFK to Bathesda from Andrews, and oversaw the autopsy and funeral. Later the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. 

THE COLONELS

1) Col. Walter Higgins (USA) Adjunct to General Victor Krulak, responsible for military assistance to CIA for covert operationns against Cuba. Author of the Higgins Memo.

2) Col. Rose - in the Pentagon office of Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence (ACSI). 

3) Col. Brandy - Reported directly to Col. Rose at the Pentagon despite being officially under Col. Crichton at Texas Reserve Intelligence detachment.

4) Col. Jack Crichton - Started his own Texas Reserves Intelligence detachment, ran the Emergency Communications underground bunker at the Texas Fairgrounds, and arranged for Illya Mamatov to translate Marina Oswald's first statements to Dallas PD.

5) Col. Sam Kail - US Military attache at US Embassy in Havana, associate of David Atlee Phillips and Antonio Veciana, associated with ACSI with Dorothie Matlack in interviewing George deMohremschildt enroute to Haiti.


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