Donald Trump shot a jolt of terror through the heart of the Deep State when he ordered the secret JFK assassination files to be made public.
The truth about the possible conspiracy would finally come out.
But one document will make you question everything you thought you knew.
One of the most shocking secrets of the JFK files was the revelation that a then-Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy had proposed using a captured Russian aircraft for a false-flag attack on the U.S. military as a pretext for war with Russia.
The Daily Caller reports:
“The U.S. government considered manufacturing or obtaining Soviet aircraft in order to launch an attack on American or friendly bases that could then provide an excuse for war, according to newly released documents.
The documents are part of an October release of thousands of formerly classified files related to the assassination of John F. Kennedy. It describes a March 22, 1962 meeting that discussed “the question raised by the attorney general on the possibility of U.S. manufacture or acquisition of Soviet aircraft.”
The meeting was held by the “Special Group (Augmented),” which according to an encyclopedia on the Central Intelligence Agency, included Attorney General Robert Kennedy, CIA Director John McCone, National Security Advisor McGeorge Bundy and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Lyman Lemnitzer. And while not members, President Kennedy and Secretary of State Dean Rusk would attend meetings.
The previously top secret documents listed three reasons for obtaining or manufacturing the aircraft.
“There is a possibility that such aircraft could be used in a deception operation designed to confuse enemy planes in the air, to launch a surprise attack against enemy installations or in a provocation operation in which Soviet aircraft would appear to attack U.S. or friendly installations in order to provide an excuse for U.S. intervention.”
The notion of using fake Soviet aircraft in a so-called “false flag” attack was first revealed in Robert Dallek’s “An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy, 1917-1963,” which was released in 2001. Dallek’s book says that the idea to manufacture or obtain Soviet aircraft was suggested by CIA Director McCone, however, the released documents say it was raised by Attorney General Kennedy.”
Most of the intrigue surrounding the released JFK files centered on whether they would finally prove that the government had covered up evidence that a second gunman took part in the assassination.
But this revelation may be the most disturbing.
Afterall, is it not bizarre that Robert F. Kennedy would make such a suggestion in favor of inciting war—considering he later made opposing the Vietnam War the centerpiece of his 1968 Presidential campaign?
This new discovery may be the most unbelievable piece of information unearthed in the JFK files.
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