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  • 50th Anniversary - JFK Assassination

    Most still suspect conspiracy in JFK assassination, but belief slipping slightly.

  • #2
    white people celebrate the strangest things !
    I believe blood quantums are the governments way to breed us out of existance !

    They say blood is thicker than water ! Now maple syrup is thicker than blood , so are pancakes more important than family ?

    There are "Elders" and there are "Olders". Being the second one doesn't make the first one true !

    Somebody is out there somewhere, thinking of you and the impact you made in their life.
    It's not me....I think you're an idiot !


    There's a chance you might not like me ,

    but there's a bigger

    chance I won't care


    • #3
      JFK was no friend of the Seneca Nation: John F. Kennedy: Letter to the President of the Seneca Nation of Indians Concerning the Kinzua Dam on the Allegheny River.


      • #4
        As long as the moon shall rise as long as the rivers flow

        As long as the sun will shine as long as the grass shall grow

        The Senecas are an Indian tribe of the Iroquios nation

        Down on the New York Pennsylvania Line you'll find their reservation

        After the US revolution cornplanter was a chief

        He told the tribe these men they could trust that was his true belief

        He went down to Independence Hall and there was a treaty signed

        That promised peace with the USA and Indian rights combined

        George Washington gave his signature the Government gave its hand

        They said that now and forever more that this was Indian land

        As long as the moon shall rise...

        On the Seneca reservation there is much sadness now

        Washington's treaty has been broken and there is no hope no how

        Across the Allegheny River they're throwing up a dam

        It will flood the Indian country a proud day for Uncle Sam

        It has broke the ancient treaty with a politician's grin

        It will drown the Indians graveyards cornplanter can you swim

        The earth is mother to the the Senecas they're trampling sacred ground

        Change the mint green earth to black mud flats as honor hobbles down

        As long as the moon shall rise...

        The Iroquios Indians used to rule from Canada way south

        But no one fears the Indians now and smiles the liar's mouth

        The Senecas hired an expert to figure another site

        But the great good army engineers said that he had no right

        Although he showed them another plan and showed them another way

        They laughed in his face and said no deal Kinuza dam is here to stay

        Congress turned the Indians down brushed off the Indians plea

        So the Senecas have renamed the dam they call it Lake Perfidy

        As long as the moon shall rise...

        Washington Adams and Kennedy now hear their pledges ring

        The treaties are safe we'll keep our word but what is that gurgling

        It's the back water from Perfidy Lake it's rising all the time

        Over the homes and over the fields and over the promises fine

        No boats will sail on Lake Perfidy in winter it will fill

        In summer it will be a swamp and all the fish will kill

        But the Government of the USA has corrected George's vow

        The father of our country must be wrong what's an Indian anyhow

        As long as the moon shall rise (look up) as long as the rivers flow (are you thirsty)

        As long as the sun will shine (my brother are you warm) as long as the grass shall grow


        • #5
          With American fears about being left behind in a technological competition with the Soviet Union, on May 25, 1961, JFK committed the U.S. to take the lead in the Space Race:

          "First, I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth. No single space project in this period will be more impressive to mankind, or more important for the long-range exploration of space; and none will be so difficult or expensive to accomplish."

          On July 20, 1969, almost six years after JFK's death, Apollo 11 landed the first manned spacecraft on the Moon.

          ... As long as the moon shall rise as long as the rivers flow

          As long as the sun will shine as long as the grass shall grow


          • #6
            Every year I learn something new about the JFK assassination mystery. While Oswald must certainly be guilty, there's a theory that the fatal shot was accidentally fired by a Secret Service agent behind the President, due to bullet trajectory angles, and that gun powder was smelled in the close vicinity. And I didn't know that Jackie Kennedy was climbing onto the trunk to retrieve part of JFK's head. I always figured she was trying to get outta there!

            What a tragedy! And how different America might be if JFK was not assassinated!
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