On December 7th this past week, John F. Kennedy’s daughter Caroline christened a new aircraft carrier named after her father.
“Courage, sacrifice (and) belief in freedom,” Kennedy’s daughter said. “It will help make real his (JFK’s) vision of a more just America and a more peaceful world.” And that is what we all are looking for, a more peaceful world as 2019 comes to a close.
December 7, 1941, was also the day that Japan attacked Pearl Harbor and drew the US into World War II.
In my opinion, there is a great deal of significance in the JFK ceremony, which is links to of a chain of other key events in history. The events I refer to are as follows-
Pearl Harbor vs. 9/11
The McKinley And JFK Assassinations
The Failed Reagan Assassination Attempt –
Move to Impeach President Trump vs Not Investigating Any “Squad Members”
Let’s take a closer look into each event as a group which tells a very important story-
These are the subheadings I will discuss-
A 60 Year Interval Exists Between Pearl Harbor And The 9/11 Surprise Enemy Attacks
A Similar 62 Year Interval Exists Between The McKinley And JFK Assassinations
A Roughly 20 Year Interval Exists Between –
The Failed Reagan Assassination Attempt And JFK’s Assassination
Impeachment vs. The Squad And 9/11
Pearl Harbor – Sunday Dec 7 ‘1941 vs 9/11 – Sept 11 2001 = 60 Years Between
Two Enemy Surprise Attacks –
The US thought it was basically at peace with Japan, however the Japanese were busy devising a plan to destroy the US Navy and then to eventually win the battle for military supremacy, which caught the US by surprise. Even when Japanese aircraft approached Pearl Harbor, many who were watching thought it was just a military exercise. Only when the bombs started to fall and US ships and planes in the Harbor began to be destroyed, did America realize it was under attack. The figure I saw was at least 2400 Americans were killed in that attack, which was only a few hundred precious soles short of the 9/11 attacks. The next day Congress declared war on Japan.
No warnings from any reliable source that I am aware of signaled that the US was going to be under attack on that fateful day. There were always threats, but it seemed even the airlines were not worried about any terrorist attack because they let what turned out to be all the 19 terrorists through multiple security checks without delaying the process.
As we all know, when the first plane hit, everyone just thought this was an accident, but once the second plane hit we all knew America was under attack
McKinley Assassination vs JFK Assassination = 62 years Between 2 Enemy Surprise Attacks
The assassination of United States President William McKinley took place at 4:07 p.m. on Friday, September 6, 1901, at the Temple of Music in Buffalo, New York. McKinley was shot twice in the abdomen at close range by Leon Czolgosz, an anarchist. McKinley died eight days later, on September 14, at 2:15 a.m, after his condition rapidly declined due to an infection.
Members of the crowd, started by James Benjamin Parker, subdued and captured Czolgosz. Afterward, the 4th Brigade, National Guard Signal Corps, and police intervened, beating Czolgosz so severely it was initially thought he might not live to stand trial. On September 24, after a rushed, two-day trial in state court, Czolgosz was easily convicted and later sentenced to death. He was executed by the electric chair in Auburn Prison on October 29. Czolgosz’s actions were politically motivated, although it remains unclear what outcome, if any, he believed the shooting would yield.
None of us who were living that fateful day and old enough to remember, expected that what began as a normal day, would change the course of history so dramatically in such a short time span.
But what I want to bring to your attention was the treatment JFK’s accused killer received compared to McKinley’s assassin. As detailed above, it seemed there was no punishment given to the attackers of Leon Czolgosz after he murdered President McKinley. While Jack Ruby, the one and only person who attacked Lee Harvey Oswald on live TV, spent the rest of his life in jail.
Summary Up Until Now
The 60 Year Interval-
The comparison between Pearl Harbor and 9/11 is meant to make readers aware of the similarity in time between these two attacks.
And that same interval applies to the time period between the McKinley and JFK assassinations.
Both of these comparisons relate to surprise attacks which caught America off guard.
But now we have two 20 year periods which represent something totally different as follows-
Failed Reagan Assassination Attempt , 20 years after JFK Assassination
Failed Reagan Assassination Attempt On March 30, 1981
Ronald Reagan, was shot and wounded by John Hinckley Jr. in Washington, D.C., as he was returning to his limousine after a speaking engagement at the Washington Hilton Hotel. Hinckley’s motivation for the attack was to impress actress Jodie Foster.
Besides Reagan, White House Press Secretary James Brady, Secret Service agent Tim McCarthy, and police officer Thomas Delahanty were also wounded. All three survived, but Brady suffered brain damage and was permanently disabled; Brady’s death in 2014 was considered homicide because it was ultimately caused by this injury.
A federal judge subpoenaed Foster to testify at Hinckley’s trial, and he was found not guilty by reason of insanity on charges of attempting to assassinate the president. Hinckley remained confined to a psychiatric facility. In January 2015, federal prosecutors announced that they would not charge Hinckley with Brady’s death, despite the medical examiner’s classification of his death as a homicide. On September 10, 2016, Hinckley was released from institutional psychiatric care.
Although the court ordered a risk assessment to be completed within 18 months of his release, it had not been done as of May 2018.
On November 16, 2018, Judge Paul L. Friedman ruled Hinckley could move out of his mother’s house in Virginia and live on his own upon location approval from his doctors. As of September, 2019, Hinckley’s attorney said he plans to ask for full, unconditional release by the end of the year from the court orders that determine where he can live.
Move To Impeach President Trump vs Actions Taken Against The Squad 20 years after 9/11
In a nutshell, it is difficult for many people to understand how Congress functions under normal circumstances. But with the decision to move ahead with the Trump Impeachment, that is beyond common logic when considering that no action has been taken against any members of “The Squad”, one of which you know has been their ring leader for the past year.
President Trump has been a champion when it comes to defending the State of Israel, and now with unemployment at near record lows, while the economy continues to forge ahead which is verified by stock markets that continue to establish record highs, it is the decision of Congress to waste millions of dollars of taxpayer’s money to Impeach Trump based on some very flimsy evidence.
There are numerous amounts of documentation that clearly show Omar to have committed many fraudulent crimes while falsely claiming to be someone who represents Minnesota’s Fifth District. I have been to South Africa, I now live in Israel, and was born in her district, and am an eyewitness to the many false statements Omar has said in the past and most likely will say in the future.
Comparison between 20 and 60 yr period
In the two 60 year period examples presented above, the four incidents involved appear to give the message that evil was successful.
But in both these 20 year interval examples, there are different messages where evil can be defeated.
In the case of the Reagan assassination attempt, as I previously discussed, the good deeds performed by Reagan’s father, combined with the type of person President Reagan was himself, among other things, helped save the life of the President, though the gunman was firing from point blank range. And so after the JFK assassination, the 20 year assassination attempt cycle produced not another assassination but a miracle that saved the life of President Reagan.
Congress Just Does Not Get The Message
The way it looks, The Squad will avoid being investigated, most likely until the next election at least. If an investigation would commence now, it should not take too long for any of the squad members to be found guilty and either thrown into jail or expelled from the US. But which Squad member should be investigated first?
In the description of McKinley’ assassination above, I have placed in Bold the word Auburn Prison. It describes where McKinley’s assassin would serve his death penalty and eventually be killed in the electric chair. That form of punishment has been outlawed for many years now as being too cruel.
But here we have Omar and her Squad members who support the Palestinians, and Omar was banned from Israel because of her planned trip sponsored by Miftah, an organization tied to the PLO among other terrorist organizations and their leader Yassar Arafat. If that is the case, then Omar also agrees with the way terrorists kill their victims even today, by using those methods considered too cruel to use in the US and other civilized countries.
On the day following the ceremony by Caroline Kennedy, it was announced that for the first time in history, the Minnesota Golden Gophers will be playing Auburn on New Year’s Day. So if any members of the Squad is eventually brought to justice in Congress, that gives a hint Omar should be the first to stand trial.
It is my understanding Auburn Prison and Auburn University are in two different cities, but with Omar representing Minnesota which is known as the Gopher State, its only right that the Congresswoman who represents a State whose nickname symbolizes an animal known for its ability to “dig tunnels” is first to stand trial for her support of the Palestinians who find it necessary to build tunnels rather than houses in Gaza, to launch surprise attacks on Israel and its citizens.,
Don’t forget; Omar began her term slamming Jews, Israel and America. She and her followers must now pay the penalty for these words.