Superfreaks/ACRA: Superfreaks Season 3 #1
martinphipps2 at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 8 15:56:49 PDT 2007
On Oct 9, 6:13 am, Tom Russell <milos_par... at yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Oct 8, 12:03 am, Martin Phipps <martinphip... at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > On Oct 8, 12:04 am, Tom Russell <milos_par... at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > > Apropos the anti-Castro thing-- while in New Orleans, Oswald
> > > "befriended" some anti-Castroists and then, the following week, staged
> > > a pro-Castro demonstration in front of their building. It was an
> > > intentional act that led to fisticuffs, and it seemed that that was
> > > his aim. He was extremely pro-Castro and, indeed, through out his
> > > entire life was pro-Communist/Marxist.
> > In the movie JFK, it was argued that Oswald was pretending to be pro-
> > Castro because the plan was for him to go to Cuba and spy for the US.
> But, since Oswald's Marxist leanings began in his teens and never
> wavered, they must have recruited him at an early age. :-)
> The movie JFK is a good film as far as filmmaking goes-- it really
> gets you caught up in its game of what-if. But as far as Truth and
> fact goes, it's way off base. It's similiar, in that respect, to
> Birth of a Nation-- great filmmaking, terrible ugly ideas behind it.
And in the movie JFK they didn't show the damning testimony of
Oswald's own wife that came down to (paraphrased) "He did it. He
acted alone. I saw him with the rifle. He even went to get it from
the garage the night before." (from http://www.jfk-online.net )
Oops. And Marina herself had an alibi in Ruth Paine so there's no way
she could have helped him. I guess he really did act alone then.
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