Kennedy and Linkon AMAZING Coincidences

Jan 18, 2009
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  • Abraham Lincoln was elected to Congress in 1846.
    John F. Kennedy was elected to Congress in 1946.
  • Abraham Lincoln was elected President in 1860.
    John F. Kennedy was elected President in 1960.
  • Both were particularly concerned with civil rights.
    Both wives lost their children while living in the White House.
  • Both Presidents were shot on a Friday .
    Both Presidents were shot in the head.
Now it gets really weird.
  • Lincoln 's secretary was named Kennedy.
    Kennedy's Secretary was named Lincoln .
  • Both were assassinated by Southerners.
    Both were succeeded by Southerners named Johnson.
  • Andrew Johnson, who succeeded Lincoln , was born in 1808.
    Lyndon Johnson, who succeeded Kennedy, was born in 1908.
  • John Wilkes Booth, who assassinated Lincoln , was born in 1839.
    Lee Harvey Oswald, who assassinated Kennedy, was born in 1939.
  • Both assassins were known by their three names.
    Both names are composed of fifteen letters.
Now hang on to your seat.
  • Lincoln was shot at the theater named 'Ford.'
    Kennedy was shot in a car called ' Lincoln ' made by 'Ford.'
  • Lincoln was shot in a theater and his assassin ran and hid in a warehouse.
    Kennedy was shot from a warehouse and his assassin ran and hid in a theater.
  • Booth and Oswald were assassinated before their trials.
 
Jan 17, 2009
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I think I've seen this before, but nonetheless it's a bit scary. However I'm not sure if a lot of those facts are actually legit, as often you see such "facts" pop up in e-mails and usually they have been tampered with just for the sake of entertainment as apparently those who forward such e-mails don't have anything better to do in some cases..
 

omej

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Jan 9, 2013
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Those are some very amazing circumstances indeed but really what does it tell us? Both were great leaders and unfortunately both men had untimely ends.
 
Jan 21, 2009
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Philadelphia
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Yes JFK was against the vietnam war, i guess thats why he probably was taken out.
JFK was not against the Vietman war, he may have been against deploying ground troops. We were involved in vietnam, we had "advisors' over there. Yes, he had plans to start withdrawing "advisors" based on the situation but if that situation had changed or was untrue, we don't know what would have happened.
 
Jan 24, 2009
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JFK was not against the Vietman war, he may have been against deploying ground troops. We were involved in vietnam, we had "advisors' over there. Yes, he had plans to start withdrawing "advisors" based on the situation but if that situation had changed or was untrue, we don't know what would have happened.
porstreamboy, JFK was against the vietnam war . Yes he had advisors there but understood that this kind of war could not be won. If you study his national security action memorandums 263 and 273 you will understand how much he was against escalation of the vietnam conflict and felt that this was a war that the vietnamese should fight for themselves. In nsam 263 he wanted the first 1000 troops out of vietnam by christmas 1963 and the rest out by 1965 but couldnt publicly state this because of the reelection of 64. When he was liquidated LBJ quickly went against JFK's nsam 263 and against his foreign policy stance in vietnam and not only ignored nsam 263 but had the wording of nsam 273 changed during the bundy's trip back home on an airplane maybe a day after the assasination.

Colonel fletcher prouty was head of a black ops team during the last 10 to 15 years before this and had participated in weapons procurment for operations like the takeout of mossadegh in iran and vietnam . He was also supposed to have been providing military protection for kennedy that day in dallas no 22 1963 but was conveniently called off that day and given a routine vip tour job that any lower ranked officer could have done. The other military protection unit that day was called off by the same general that gave prouty that routine job and there was no standard military protection that day to protect the president as was routinely done in known hostile cities like dallas. There were no secret service people in the buildings close by, no secret service people on the sidewalks. All teh secret service people were bunched up in one car behind the presidents limo. Can we say TURKEY SHOOT?
 
Jan 21, 2009
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Philadelphia
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porstreamboy, JFK was against the vietnam war . Yes he had advisors there but understood that this kind of war could not be won. If you study his national security action memorandums 263 and 273 you will understand how much he was against escalation of the vietnam conflict and felt that this was a war that the vietnamese should fight for themselves. In nsam 263 he wanted the first 1000 troops out of vietnam by christmas 1963 and the rest out by 1965 but couldnt publicly state this because of the reelection of 64. When he was liquidated LBJ quickly went against JFK's nsam 263 and against his foreign policy stance in vietnam and not only ignored nsam 263 but had the wording of nsam 273 changed during the bundy's trip back home on an airplane maybe a day after the assasination.

Colonel fletcher prouty was head of a black ops team during the last 10 to 15 years before this and had participated in weapons procurment for operations like the takeout of mossadegh in iran and vietnam . He was also supposed to have been providing military protection for kennedy that day in dallas no 22 1963 but was conveniently called off that day and given a routine vip tour job that any lower ranked officer could have done. The other military protection unit that day was called off by the same general that gave prouty that routine job and there was no standard military protection that day to protect the president as was routinely done in known hostile cities like dallas. There were no secret service people in the buildings close by, no secret service people on the sidewalks. All teh secret service people were bunched up in one car behind the presidents limo. Can we say TURKEY SHOOT?
I'll agree,JfK was against esculation of the war but not against the war. Yes, he felt that the Vietnamese should win the war on their own but that could not be accomplished without U.S. assistance. Sec. McNamara and Gen. Taylor on a fact finding mission to Vietnam reported their Judgment that the major part of the U.S. Military task can be completed by the end of 1965. In hindsight, they were wrong. They also reported that the political situation in South Vietnam remains deeply serious and could effect future Military actions. Which led to the Coup of the Diem Government. We can only speculate what JFK would have done in Vietnam after the assassination of Diem, since he himself was assassinated a short time after. Imo the withdrawl would have been reconsidered. I think we should be disscussing this part on the JFK assassination thread. Cont. on JFK assassination thread.
 
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Jan 17, 2009
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I have so many things to say about that post you made, but can I first ask you where you actually got that information? I mean honestly, do you REALLY think that all the points you provided us is actually the truth? I mean if they're actually ALL true, that's probably more than a coincidence - maybe God was responsible, but I highly doubt that even half of those are actually true.

I mean when I read the first batch of information, I was like yeah okay okay, but when I read on, it started to get a little too weird, more than a coincidence. It looks like though, that great "leaders" always do face ultimate ends, like omey said, like what happened to Martin Luther King, what happened to Gandhi, what happened to those 2.. like give me one person that doesn't get assassinated..
 
Jan 24, 2009
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I'll agree,JfK was against esculation of the war but not against the war. Yes, he felt that the Vietnamese should win the war on their own but that could not be accomplished without U.S. assistance. Sec. McNamara and Gen. Taylor on a fact finding mission to Vietnam reported their Judgment that the major part of the U.S. Military task can be completed by the end of 1965. In hindsight, they were wrong. They also reported that the political situation in South Vietnam remains deeply serious and could effect future Military actions. Which led to the Coup of the Diem Government. We can only speculate what JFK would have done in Vietnam after the assassination of Diem, since he himself was assassinated a short time after. Imo the withdrawl would have been reconsidered. I think we should be disscussing this part on the JFK assassination thread. Cont. on JFK assassination thread.
Pornstream to fully understand this part you need to know more about nsam 263 and how it ties into the original version of nsam 273 and then the morphed version of 273 which was tweaked a bit right after jfk was assasinated;), then ask yourself why did LBJ lie about continuing jfk's true policy about the withdrawal in vietnam.;)
 
Jan 21, 2009
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Philadelphia
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Pornstream to fully understand this part you need to know more about nsam 263 and how it ties into the original version of nsam 273 and then the morphed version of 273 which was tweaked a bit right after jfk was assasinated;), then ask yourself why did LBJ lie about continuing jfk's true policy about the withdrawal in vietnam.;)
Ding Dong, JFK's decission on a withdrawl plan was based On Sec. McNamaras and Gen. Taylors judgement that the U.S. Military task can be completed by the end of 1965. So if McNamara and Gen. Taylors judgement was that none or almost none of the U.S. military goals were far from being accomplished, would they have made a statement that the Military Task can be completed by the end of 1965, No. ( unless they were feeding JFK false information) Would JFK even have considered a withdrawl, No. You make it sound like JFK was against assisting the SVN and was going to make a withdrawl plan even if the Military Task was not being accomplished. The meeting in Hawii just before JFKs assassination, plans were being proposed for covert CIA operations.( which I'm sure were already being conducted.) But JFK's TRUE policy of withdrawl was based on U.S. Military Task being Completed and surely before his assassination he was aware of that not being the case, would he have continued the withdrawl plan? Maybe not, maybe so. Most historians say No. Some conspiracy theriost say yes, its all speculation.
 

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