Lyndon Johnson

Did JFK Seal His Fate With Plan To Dump LBJ?

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In November 1963, the available evidence indicates President John F. Kennedy was on the verge of deciding to remove Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson from the 1964 Democratic Party presidential ticket. But the instant JFK was pronounced dead, everything changed, and LBJ was secure as the party’s presumptive presidential nominee for 1964.

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Lyndon B. Johnson Twisted Gulf Of Tonkin Incident Into False Flag For War In Vietnam

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This article will show that President Lyndon B. Johnson twisted the Gulf of Tonkin incident into a False Flag to start a war between America and North Vietnam. His actions would lead to the deaths of 58,220 Americans and an untold number of Vietnamese, Cambodians, and Laotians.

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LBJ Tapes On The Gulf Of Tonkin Incident

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On August 2, 1964, the American destroyer Maddox, on patrol off the coast of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, was attacked by several North Vietnamese torpedo boats. The attack happened hours after South Vietnamese raiders struck at two targets on the North Vietnamese coast as part of a U.S. program of graduated covert pressure against the North that was known as Operations Plan (OPLAN)-34A. This marked the beginning of a series of events that has come to be called the Tonkin Gulf incident.

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Lyndon B. Johnson Killed JFK

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Many say that "LBJ would kill to be President." He already had several people killed before 1960, shot by marksman Malcolm Wallace, who JFK had enabled to get free from the murder of John Kinser, Henry Marshall, and possibly more. LBJ sought the Vice Presidency, a ceremonial position of less power with the blackmailing help of FBI Chief Edgar G. Hoover, only because he was now just a bullet away from being President.

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Our First Jewish President Lyndon Johnson?

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A few months ago, the Associated Press reported that newly released tapes from US president Lyndon Johnson’s White House office showed LBJ’s “personal and often emotional connection to Israel.” The news agency pointed out that during the Johnson presidency (1963-1969), “the United States became Israel’s chief diplomatic ally and primary arms supplier.”

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