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JFK- THE SPEECH THAT KILLED HIM?

He is the only non-Protestant president, in the history of US presidents, and he was also an "Irish" Catholic American. The Irish immigrants had been regarded as 2nd class citizens when they began arriving in throngs to the USA, beginning in the late 1840's. They would be treated as 2nd class citizens for decades to come. When JFK was elected, in 1960, the USA was still predominately of British Protestant descent.
This was a remarkable feat, for JFK to have been elected president of the USA, at that time in US history.
There was still great mistrust of Roman Catholics in the USA, especially for a Roman Catholic who wanted to be president. I believe that this was one of the reasons he was assassinated.
It wasn't this speech that killed JFK. It was the CIA who killed him,
who were frightened by this speech, and the actions that JFK had made to destroy the CIA. The first action he made to accomplish this, was to fire the evil head of the CIA, Allen Dulles. Then, in a perverse turn of events, Allen Dulles was appointed to one of the top 7 positions on the Warren Commission, the so-called investigative committee to investigate the assassination of the man who'd fired the evil Dulles.
This was a public display that, the CIA had been completely successful with their violent coup, and regime change. And every president since then has been afraid of the CIA, which is exactly what the CIA wants.
Of course the ridiculous, so called official conclusions of the Warren Commission, have been proven false, and would be laughable, at the absurdities that, the Commission's conclusions promoted, if they weren't such damaging lies, and so completely dishonest, in an effort to keep the US public from knowing the truth, which they've been successful in doing for decades.
The mistrust of, and the opposition from, a Roman Catholic president, against the "US military industrial intelligence [CIA] complex", was the biggest reason for JFK's killing.
The great president, Harry Truman, formed the CIA from the OSS, in 1947. He regretted this greatly, and later, in 1961, called for the disbanding of the "American Gestapo", the CIA. Truman stated that the CIA was intended only for foreign intelligence purposes, and with no military capabilities, and were to report to, and take orders from the president only.
He stated that the CIA had become a great danger to the USA, because they'd assumed policy making ability, and authority, which they were never intended to have, and were now, [1963] a very dangerous, completely unaccountable power.
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