Again from PEERS.
The official version of things gets presented in the “news” media, and government reports, and political statements, etc., and anyone questioning them is portrayed as a looney or at least a monomaniac. A “conspiracy theorist.” Then, once you start digging, at first you think you’ve gone down the rabbit hole. After putting enough things together, you realize that in breaking your trust in the “news” media and government, you have begun to emerge from the rabbit hole. Where some people go wrong is in assuming that because they know some things, even many things, that are not true, they necessarily know what is true. But (as long as they remember to examine their own premises, and not just those of others) even if they’re confused, they’re better off than the people who aren’t confused only because they continue to believe a consistent but entirely unreal version of events.
Digging Deeper: Jesse Ventura’s Alternative Take on American History
2011-04-04, ABC News
In his new book, 63 Documents the Government Doesn’t Want You to Read, former wrestler turned governor of Minnesota Jesse Ventura takes a close and at times disturbing look at major historical events. Ventura draws on public but often overlooked information about such events as John F. Kennedy’s assassination and the 9/11 attacks, offering fresh, often intriguing insights. Here is an excerpt: “There is little value in ensuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it. And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment.” – John F. Kennedy This book is titled 63 Documents the Government Doesn’t Want You to Read, lest we forget that 1963 was the year that claimed the life of our 35th President. The conspiracy that killed JFK, and the cover-up that followed, is the forerunner for a lot of what you’re going to read about in these pages. In fact, the idea behind this book came out of writing my last one, American Conspiracies. In poring through numerous documents, many of them available through the Freedom-of-Information Act, I came to realize the importance of the public’s right to know. Let me begin by saying how concerned I am that we’re moving rapidly in the direction President Kennedy tried to warn us about.
Note: Jesse Ventura reveals amazing information in this powerful interview. You might appreciate the video and all 10 pages available at the ABC News link above. For key reports from major media sources that shed light on the unsolved assassination of JFK and other major US political leaders, click here.