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FTR #925 Painting Oswald “Red,” Part 1

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Lee Harvey Oswald: Ersatz Communist [6]

Lee Harvey Oswald: Ersatz Communist

Stephan Bandera, head of the OUN/B [7]

Stephan Bandera, head of the OUN/B

Introduction: The first of a two-part series reviewing information about what the brilliant Berkeley researcher Peter Dale Scott calls “level one coverup” of the JFK assassination, this broadcast presents part of the “painting of Oswald Red,” by way of giving us historical perspective on the apparent framing of
Russia for the hack of the DNC and the “non-hack” of NSA cyberweapons by the “Shadow Brokers.”

On November 22, 1963, President Kennedy’s assassination fundamentally altered the American political landscape, neutralizing JFK’s peace initiatives in Europe, Southeast Asia and Cuba. Furthermore, LBJ was manipulated into pursuing the open-ended Vietnam commitment JFK had studiously avoided.

In past discussion of “Eddie the Friendly Spook,” we have characterized him as “the Obverse Oswald.” With their exercise of “Technocratic Fascism,” “Team Snowden” is destroying American democracy as definitively and effectively as the bullets in Dealy Plaza did on 11/22/1963.

Supplementing and summing up the exhaustive FTR series on “The Eddie the Friendly Spook” series, this program sets forth the Snowden “psy-op” and the high-profile hacks against the background of Lee Harvey Oswald, the U.S. spy infiltrated into the Soviet Union and then into leftist organizations in the United States, Oswald was framed for JFK’s assassination and then killed before he could defend himself.

Whereas Oswald was portrayed as a villain, Eddie the Friendly Spook’s operation is the obverse, with Snowden portrayed as a hero, while decamping first to China and then to Russia.

We begin by reviewing and synopsizing information indicating that Russia has been framed for the “Shadow Brokers” alleged hack of the NSA, much as it appears to have been framed for the DNC hack. Indeed, with both the DNC hack and the “Shadow Brokers” non-hack of the NSA, the evidence points increasingly toward “Team Snowden” and Eddie the Friendly Spook himself.

Points of information reviewed include:

Thomas J. Dodd [26]

Thomas J. Dodd

After synopsizing the apparent framing of Russia for the DNC hack and the Shadow-Brokers’ non-hack of NSA, the broadcast recaps two key episodes in the painting of “Oswald Red.”

One of the results of the Snowden “op” was the death of the Obama/Clinton State Department’s attempted re-boot with Russia. In this regard, the actions of the Obverse Oswald are similar to the way that the painting of Oswald Red served to exacerbate Cold War tensions.

The killing of the attempted diplomatic rapprochement with Russia was, in turn, central to the realization of the destabilization of the Yanukovich government in Ukraine and the installation of the heirs to Stephan Bandera’s OUN/B in the Maidan coup.

(Recall that the Maidan coup was financed, in part, by Pierre Omidyar [27], whose First Look Media were not only recipients of Snowden’s purloined files, but served as the journalistic platform for Glenn Greenwald [28], Snowden’s leaking journalist of choice.)

This program details the assassination of OUN/B leader Stephan Bandera [29]–a key part of the painting of Oswald Red.

Blamed on the KGB, the killing was–in all likelihood–performed by BND (German foreign intelligence and the successor to the Reinhard Gehlen “org”) or other Underground Reich-connected elements, possibly elements of CIA.

The broad­cast cen­ters on dis­in­for­ma­tion point­ing to Lee Har­vey Oswald as a KGB-trained assassin. (The disinformation was spread by the World Anti-Communist Congress for Freedom and Liberation–the forerunner of the World Anti-Communist League [30].)

Attempt­ing to pin the assas­si­na­tion on the Sovi­ets and/or Cubans, these ele­ments spurred many lib­er­als to endorse the “Oswald as lone-nut” hypoth­e­sis. They were afraid that the assas­si­na­tion could lead to nuclear war, if the per­cep­tion gained traction that Oswald was a com­mu­nist. A cen­tral ele­ment in this dis­in­for­ma­tion ploy was an attempt to con­nect the JFK assas­si­na­tion to the death of Stephan Ban­dera, allegedly per­formed by an KGB assas­sin named Bog­dan Stashyn­sky.

Murdered on the same day that Lee Harvey Oswald “defected” to the Soviet Union, Bandera’s killing was linked to Oswald’s alleged killing of JFK by elements associated with the W.A.C.C.F.L.

W.A.C.C.F.L. ele­ments dis­sem­i­nated the lie that Oswald was trained at the same facil­ity as Stashyn­sky, and that the JFK hit was part of a Soviet pro­gram of assas­si­na­tion of West­ern polit­i­cal lead­ers. It should be noted that W.A.C.C.F.L.-related ele­ments also fig­ured promi­nently in the “han­dling” of Oswald in New Orleans, Dal­las and (pos­si­bly) the Soviet Union.

Those W.A.C.C.F.L. elements were closely associated with the OUN/B and the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations, a consortium of Eastern European fascist groups inextricably linked with the Gehlen organization, the BND, the CIA and the Underground Reich.

The disinformation that Oswald was a KGB assassin was inserted into a Senate Subcommittee report by Sen. Thomas Dodd, with assistance from elements of CIA.

Carlos Bringuier (left) and Ed Butler. [31]

Carlos Bringuier (left) and Ed Butler.

Another episode in the painting of Oswald Red concerns an interview set up on WDSU in New Orleans. Arranged by Ed Butler, whose Information Council of the Americas served as a front for elements of the U.S. intelligence committee, the interview featured Oswald proclaiming his Marxist, pro-Castro sympathies, as well as discussing his so-called “defection” to Russia. One of the participants in the interview was Carlos Bringuier, an anti-Castro Cuban and key member of the DRE, one of the anti-Castro Cuban groups managed by the CIA.

George Joannides, who served as something of a case officer for the DRE, was the liaison [32] between the House Select Committee on Assassinations and the CIA. Joannides was also reported [33] by the BBC to have been present at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles on the night Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated.

The myth of “Lee Harvey Oswald the Communist” was successfully displayed and stemming from that fiction led many liberals to opt for the “Oswald the lone nut” scenario because they feared a Third World War might result from the public perception that a “commie” had killed the President. The second  program features a re-broadcast of the interview that Oswald gave on WDSU in New Orleans in August of 1963. In this interview, Oswald expresses sympathy for Castro’s Cuba and discusses his sojourn in the Soviet Union.

To all outward appearances, Oswald looked like a communist sympathizer in the interview. Oswald was the sole member of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee’s New Orleans chapter, which shared an address with Guy Bannister’s detective agency, a front for various right-wing activities, including the [then] ongoing paramilitary efforts to oust Castro. (Bannister is pictured at right.) In addition to the WDSU interview, the second side features discussion—excerpted from the Guns of November, Part I [34] from 11/1/1983—of the intelligence connections of Ed Butler, whose Information Council of the Americas arranged the Oswald interview. Again, Butler’s INCA was little more than an intelligence front, with close ties to Bannister’s detective agency.

Program Highlights Include:

1. We begin by reviewing and synopsizing information indicating that Russia has been framed for the “Shadow Brokers” alleged hack of the NSA, much as it appears to have been framed for the DNC hack. Indeed, with both the DNC hack and the “Shadow Brokers” non-hack of the NSA, the evidence points increasingly toward “Team Snowden” and Eddie the Friendly Spook himself.

Points of information reviewed include:

2. After synopsizing the apparent framing of Russia for the DNC hack and the Shadow-Brokers’ non-hack of NSA, the broadcast recaps two key episodes in the painting of “Oswald Red.”

One of the results of the Snowden “op” was the death of the Obama/Clinton State Department’s attempted re-boot with Russia. In this regard, the actions of the Obverse Oswald are similar to the way that the painting of Oswald Red served to exacerbate Cold War tensions.

The killing of the attempted diplomatic rapprochement with Russia was, in turn, central to the realization of the destabilization of the Yanukovich government in Ukraine and the installation of the heirs to Stephan Bandera’s OUN/B in the Maidan coup.

(Recall that the Maidan coup was financed, in part, by Pierre Omidyar [27], whose First Look Media were not only recipients of Snowden’s purloined files, but served as the journalistic platform for Glenn Greenwald [28], Snowden’s leaking journalist of choice.)

This program details the assassination of OUN/B leader Stephan Bandera [29]–a key part of the painting of Oswald Red.

Blamed on the KGB, the killing was–in all likelihood–performed by BND (German foreign intelligence and the successor to the Reinhard Gehlen “org”) or other Underground Reich-connected elements, possibly elements of CIA.

The broad­cast cen­ters on dis­in­for­ma­tion point­ing to Lee Har­vey Oswald as a KGB-trained assassin. (The disinformation was spread by the World Anti-Communist Congress for Freedom and Liberation–the forerunner of the World Anti-Communist League [30].)

Attempt­ing to pin the assas­si­na­tion on the Sovi­ets and/or Cubans, these ele­ments spurred many lib­er­als to endorse the “Oswald as lone-nut” hypoth­e­sis. They were afraid that the assas­si­na­tion could lead to nuclear war, if the per­cep­tion gained traction that Oswald was a com­mu­nist. A cen­tral ele­ment in this dis­in­for­ma­tion ploy was an attempt to con­nect the JFK assas­si­na­tion to the death of Stephan Ban­dera, allegedly per­formed by an KGB assas­sin named Bog­dan Stashyn­sky.

Murdered on the same day that Lee Harvey Oswald “defected” to the Soviet Union, Bandera’s killing was linked to Oswald’s alleged killing of JFK by elements associated with the W.A.C.C.F.L.

W.A.C.C.F.L. ele­ments dis­sem­i­nated the lie that Oswald was trained at the same facil­ity as Stashyn­sky, and that the JFK hit was part of a Soviet pro­gram of assas­si­na­tion of West­ern polit­i­cal lead­ers. It should be noted that W.A.C.C.F.L.-related ele­ments also fig­ured promi­nently in the “han­dling” of Oswald in New Orleans, Dal­las and (pos­si­bly) the Soviet Union.

Those W.A.C.C.F.L. elements were closely associated with the OUN/B and the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations, a consortium of Eastern European fascist groups inextricably linked with the Gehlen organization, the BND, the CIA and the Underground Reich.

The disinformation that Oswald was a KGB assassin was inserted into a Senate Subcommittee report by Sen. Thomas Dodd, with assistance from elements of CIA.

(We went into this at greater length in FTR #876 [35].)

3. Another episode in the painting of Oswald Red concerns an interview set up on WDSU in New Orleans. Arranged by Ed Butler, whose Information Council of the Americas served as a front for elements of the U.S. intelligence committee, the interview featured Oswald proclaiming his Marxist, pro-Castro sympathies, as well as discussing his so-called “defection” to Russia. One of the participants in the interview was Carlos Bringuier, an anti-Castro Cuban and key member of the DRE, one of the anti-Castro Cuban groups managed by the CIA.

George Joannides, who served as something of a case officer for the DRE, was the liaison [32] between the House Select Committee on Assassinations and the CIA. Joannides was also reported [33] by the BBC to have been present at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles on the night Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated.

The myth of “Lee Harvey Oswald the Communist” was successfully displayed and stemming from that fiction led many liberals to opt for the “Oswald the lone nut” scenario because they feared a Third World War might result from the public perception that a “commie” had killed the President. The second  program features a re-broadcast of the interview that Oswald gave on WDSU in New Orleans in August of 1963. In this interview, Oswald expresses sympathy for Castro’s Cuba and discusses his sojourn in the Soviet Union.

To all outward appearances, Oswald looked like a communist sympathizer in the interview. Oswald was the sole member of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee’s New Orleans chapter, which shared an address with Guy Bannister’s detective agency, a front for various right-wing activities, including the [then] ongoing paramilitary efforts to oust Castro. (Bannister is pictured at right.) In addition to the WDSU interview, the second side features discussion—excerpted from the Guns of November, Part I [34] from 11/1/1983—of the intelligence connections of Ed Butler, whose Information Council of the Americas arranged the Oswald interview. Again, Butler’s INCA was little more than an intelligence front, with close ties to Bannister’s detective agency.