John F. Kennedy just won’t die By Roland Michel Tremblay

By Roland Michel Tremblay
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The Marginal
4 September, 2010

Mugshot taken of Lee Harvey Oswald, taken foll...

Mugshot taken of Lee Harvey Oswald, taken following his arrest. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I couldn’t care less for JFK, apart from the fact that he is now but an international airport. I only care to see how many died talking about his death, over 40 now at the last count, and I wonder, deep down, if I will be shot for writing this article. The powers that be certainly do not kid around when it comes to JFK, they kill you outright even today. Let’s test it then, I don’t care dying an accidental death.

It so happens, and I cannot describe this as anything else but a coincidence, or destiny, I don’t know, my best friend was the lover of Lee Harvey Oswald, the so-called killer of JFK. It didn’t matter to me, I didn’t know, what did that have to do with JFK? The man died way before I was even born, nearly 50 years ago, and this is all American stuff, I’m not American, I’m Canadian. Let the Americans sort themselves out, I thought. Not so easy when your best friend was right in the middle of it, and is about to publish the greatest bestseller ever on JFK’s death. Dear me, I thought, I will have to read the book and write an article about it. After all, this kind of journalism is rare these days when freedom of speech is all but nonexistent.

Death threats is all Judyth Vary Baker ever suffered from the very day multiple shots hit JFK. She had to abandon a promising career in medical science; no wonder, since she was involved in plotting the assassination of Fidel Castro with Oswald, and nearly succeeded until this change of plan that ordered instead the death of JFK. At the time the power behind the throne thought that the death of one or the other would be all that was required to change the world. Eventually it was decided that it was easier to kill JFK than Castro. I’m not surprised. But then, all the willing participants who were willing to save America and the world from Castro, as they were told they were working on, were thrown into saving us all by killing JFK. Oswald, who had been an American spy for quite a while, was not keen on the idea. He never shot at JFK, although he was ordered to do so by the US government, and yet he became the scapegoat of such a devilish plan.

This is where my friend Judyth Vary Baker comes in. She was working on plan A, to kill Castro. She was not keen on plan B, to kill JFK. As the lover of Oswald, she was privy to everything. However she was so frightened into silence, that only today she is willing to tell the truth, and dear me, she was so central to it all. Baker was the first ever non-combatant American woman to succeed in gaining asylum seeker status in the world, in Sweden, just to show how threatened she has been, and how convincing a case she was able to produce to the relevant authorities in Europe. To this day her life is still threatened, and I am here to tell you that it is too late for anyone to harm her, for the book will be published in November no matter what. And it is useless to threaten me, this is the only article I will ever write about the JFK assassination.

You don’t have to wait until the book “Me and Lee, How I came to know, love and lose Lee Harvey Oswald” comes out in November to find out what Judyth has to say about the JFK’s assassination. She was central to the controversial television documentary series “The Men Who Killed Kennedy” on ITV in England and the History Channel:

Oops, on top of being forced off the air, this series it is not even online anywhere else over the Internet, not on the illegal channels, and very hard to find even on YouTube. The playlist keeps getting erased, and the segments scattered. I told you JFK just won’t die, not now anyway, since we still cannot speak honestly about it. I think you will have to wait and read the book after all. Maybe then this high profile documentary will be made available again. I should have kept a copy when I was still able to find all of it.

You want to know how much you need to read Judyth Vary Baker’s book? You just have to know her history of intimidation and death threats. Her friends were soon murdered, or died under mysterious circumstances. She was warned to keep quiet on orders from the Mafia. Later, when she spoke out at last, a number of ‘freak accidents’ occurred that hospitalized her several times. In the end, she fled to Hungary, but even there, she was threatened, to the extent that on September 11, 2007, she was advised by Hungarian agents to flee for her life to Sweden. Technically, she should have been returned to Hungary at once because of EU regulations, but it wasn’t safe for her there. Instead, she received protection in Sweden for over ten months, though she could never obtain permanent political asylum, since she was from ‘the land of the free.’ This is a woman who cannot sign any of her books, because she must remain in hiding even now, even though there is nothing else her enemies can do to stop the publication of “Me and Lee.” It will happen no matter what, unless somehow everyone involved with printing and distributing the book is mysteriously killed. Here is the link:

The book will come out, you will get the only worthy version of JFK’s assassination you will ever get, from an insider, from someone who was central to it all, from the very witness that the film JFK from Oliver Stone mentioned would suddenly make it all clear if she had not gone into hiding. Finally you will get the whole truth about the JFK’s assassination, about how the American government operated then and still operates today.

And this is why JFK’s assassination is still relevant today, why JFK just won’t die. It is because since then, nothing has changed in America. Any new President born to power with any kind of ideas of “grandeur” will most certainly be assassinated. And Judyth Vary Baker in her book “Me and Lee” tells you how and why. Never should you trust, not your elected government, but everyone else around it that never needed to be elected in the first place to get to power.


“Without irony, this life would hardly be worth living.”
Roland Michel Tremblay, Poet for Human Rights


Note: replaced videos Dec. 8, 2012

[DS added the videos.]

The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Part 1 The Coup d’Etat

Dogeffa, Apr 17, 2012

This is a 9 part study into the events surrounding the murder of America’s last legitimate President.


The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Part 2 The Forces of Darkness


The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Part 3 The Cover-Up


The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Part 4 The Patsy


The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Part 5 The Witnesses


The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Part 6 The Truth Shall Set You Free


The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Part 7 Smoking Guns


The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Part 8 The Love Affair


The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Part 9 The Guilty Men

from the archives:

The JFK Assassination: New York Times Acknowledges CIA Deceptions by Prof. Peter Dale Scott

Michael Parenti: The JFK Assassination and the Gangster Nature of the State (1993)

The JFK Assassination and 9/11: the Designated Suspects in Both Cases

JFK and the Unspeakable

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