Episode 111: Dr. Michael Parenti talks 50 years since the JFK Assassination


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Five decades to the day since John F. Kennedy met his untimely demise, many questions remain unanswered; pieces of a puzzle never likely to be filled. An undoubtable fact however is that November 22nd, 1963 changed America forever – and to talk about it, Guy Evans enlisted the expertise of the prolific author and fiery lecturer Dr. Michael Parenti. Enjoy, share, and peace!

PARENTI ON THE NATIONAL SECURITY STATE

“They kill people. They kill people who get in the way, [people] who know things and [people who are] talking about things that they don’t want talked about.”

ON LEE HARVEY OSWALD:

“For someone who was acting like a Russian soviet spy, he was really doing it in an odd way. Calling out ‘long live the Communist party’ and ‘love live Russia’ and that sort of stuff. He was making himself well-known as a Communist.”

FURTHER READING

Jacobs, T. (2013). Before truthers: How JFK assassination coverage united us all. Salon.com, November 17 2013.

Bodroghkozy, A. (2012). A reception history of Network Television News and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy. Journal of Television and New Media, 14(6), 560-578.

Parenti, M. (1996). The JFK Assassination: Defending the Gangster State. MichaelParenti.org.

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