15 December, 2015



Found this about three years ago and anxiously awaited Guy Montag's next broadcast on the RFK Assassination, but alas nothing.

Guy is a bit monotonous voice wise, he could use improvement on his intonation, inflection, enunciation & pronunciation as well as spending some time on his breath work.

Guy definitely put a great deal of time, effort, and research into this, and I for one am most appreciative; being myself a member of the cadre of JFK Assassination Researchers.

Enjoy the information and variety of speakers {Listed Below}, Guy lined up and pass it along to any of your family and friends that have an interest in President Kennedy.

Chronological Order of Speakers:

Joan Mellen on Jim Garrison & "A Farewell to Justice"

Ralph Schoenman on Oswald

Jim Fetzer on Zapruder film and LBJ

Excerpts from "Liquid Conspiracy" read by Montag

Ed Edwards on Oswald

William Cooper on Freemasonry and Dealey Plaza

E. Howard Hunt on LBJ, Phillips, Meyer

Eustace Mullins on JFK, Lincoln and the Federal reserve

James W. Douglas on "JFK and the Unspeakable"

Jim Garrison on Oswald and the Media

Robert Morningstar on Zapruder Film and Tippet

Excerpts from "The Torbitt Document" read by Montag

Mack White on JFK conspirators

Randy Owens on JFK Conspiracy

Mae Brussell on the 10th Anniverary of JFK's assassination

Josh Reeves on King Kill 33

Kenn Thomas on Garrison Investigation

Jim Marrs on JFK Conspiracy

Michael Parenti on Oswald

Paris Flammonde on Marcello, Hunt and the Mob

John Armstrong on Lee Oswald and Harvey Oswald

Oliver Stone on JFK Conspiracy

Excerpts from "Inside the Gemstone File" read by Montag

John Hankey on George H. W. Bush, Nazis and JFK

James Files on the Dealey plot and execution

Michael Collins Piper on Mossad Israel Nuclear Arms JFK

2 Letters written by Mae Brussell to President Ford and President Nixon read by Montag

Richard Hoagland on JFK 2012 Air force one and Oval office

And Remember...

*Writing is the socially acceptable form of Schizophrenia*
Mad Doc

Now Go And Use Your Own Brain And Give It Some Thought!

Two of my favorite sayings in closing:

1) If we fail to anticipate the unforeseen or expect the unexpected in a universe of infinite possibilities, we may find ourselves at the mercy of anyone or anything that cannot be programmed, categorized or easily referenced.

2) "It is the duty of those who CAN see what is going on to expose to those who cannot see, the situation that they are unaware of!"

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