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The Guns of November G‑4: The Nazi Connections & Connections to Other Assassinations

Part 1 44:28 (10.2MB) | Part 2 44:27 (10.2MB) | Part 3 44:38 (10.2MB) | Part 4 44:33 (10.2MB) | Part 5 23:45 (5.5MB)
Record­ed Novem­ber 22, 1983. (Approx. 200 min.)

Focus­ing on the role of for­eign and domes­tic fas­cists in the assas­si­na­tion of JFK, the pro­gram sets forth the activ­i­ties of ele­ments of the Gehlen spy milieu and the close­ly-relat­ed Anti-Bol­she­vik Bloc of Nations in con­nec­tion with the killing.

Deeply involved in traf­fick­ing the Oswalds around in the New Orleans and Dal­las areas, this Nazi milieu was instru­men­tal in set­ting up Lee Har­vey Oswald as the pat­sy.

The con­clu­sion of the pro­gram high­lights some of the many areas of over­lap between the assas­si­na­tion of JFK and the assas­si­na­tions of his broth­er Robert, Mar­tin Luther King, Jr., and the shoot­ing of for­mer Alaba­ma Gov­er­nor George Wal­lace.

Pro­gram High­lights Include:

Spas T. Raik­in’s greet­ing of Oswald upon the lat­ter’s return from the Sovi­et Union (Raikin was very close­ly-con­nect­ed to the Anti-Bol­she­vik Bloc of Nations);

The use of a Gestapo memo to dis­cred­it War­ren Com­mis­sion crit­ic Joachim Joesten;

A CIA memo urg­ing that all “assets” com­pare the Kennedy assas­si­na­tion to the Reich­stag fire as exam­ples of major acts per­formed by “lone nuts” (this in an attempt to dis­cred­it War­ren Com­mis­sion crit­ics);

Alleged involve­ment of the Project Paper­clip Nazi rock­et sci­en­tists in the assas­si­na­tion;

Oswald “han­dler” George De Mohren­schildt’s appar­ent activ­i­ties as a Nazi spy dur­ing World War II;

The fas­cist con­nec­tions of Clay Shaw (a defen­dant in Jim Gar­rison’s inves­ti­ga­tion;

The Nazi affil­i­a­tions of Albert Alexan­der Osborne, a domes­tic fas­cist asso­ci­at­ed with Oswald and believed by some ana­lysts to have been con­nect­ed to the actu­al shooter’s team;

The state­ments of domes­tic fas­cist Joseph Adams Mil­teer (he describes the cir­cum­stances of Kennedy’s assas­si­na­tion eleven days before it hap­pened, states that the killing was the prod­uct of a con­spir­a­cy and links the crime to the assas­si­na­tion of Dr. Mar­tin Luther King, Jr.);

Per­cy Fore­man’s rep­re­sen­ta­tion of Jack Ruby (Fore­man was a lawyer for James Earl Ray);

Numer­ous evi­den­tiary trib­u­taries run­ning between the Gar­ri­son inves­ti­ga­tion of John Kennedy’s assas­si­na­tion and that of Robert Kennedy;

The role of two CIA-con­nect­ed Los Ange­les Police offi­cers to head up the inves­ti­ga­tion of Robert Kennedy’s assas­si­na­tion;

Con­nec­tions between Arthur Bre­mer’s sis­ter and one of Sirhan’s alleged han­dlers (Bre­mer the “lone nut” who alleged­ly shot George Wal­lace and Sirhan “the lone nut” who alleged­ly killed Robert Kennedy).

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One comment for “The Guns of November G‑4: The Nazi Connections & Connections to Other Assassinations”

  1. Greet­ings Dave,

    Thank you for your work. Your 25 inter­views with Jim DiEu­ge­nio were fan­tas­tic, and like your 10 inter­views with Peter Lev­en­da gave a sense of “flush­ing out the sub­ject” that an hour long broad­cast, giv­en the scope of all the sub­jects you cov­er, can­not do. That said, have you con­sid­ered inter­view­ing John Arm­strong —- “Har­vey and Lee” —- with regards to his par­tic­u­lar focus on the JFK assas­si­na­tion that I find not only a unique analy­sis, but the depth of doc­u­men­tary evi­dence stag­ger­ing. What I find so enthralling about your wide rang­ing pre­sen­ta­tions, is that your’e on the same lev­el as your guest. A series of inter­views around “Har­vey and Lee” would be valu­able in my opin­ion. Thanks so much.


    Posted by Christian Hammer | February 20, 2020, 12:30 pm

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