“The Kennedy Detail”: “They lie so much, what is the expression? Liars lie about lying”- A researcher’s astute comments
So far I have read about 100 or so pages of Blaine’s book. I have already picked up on what you said about the blame game. I find it interesting that throughout the book, like a broken record he is constantly complaining. About everything from the travel schedule, missing meals, lack of sleep, to even blaming the car, the motorcycle policemen and just about everything under the sun. Of course he doesn’t even realized it but at least one point (I think more) in the book he describes how all the secret service member on the detail were all about 6 feet tall and fine physical specimens and goes on to talk about their .38 “snubnose” revolvers, machine guns and other manly man type of equipment and so on. But if that is the case why cry like a little girl about missing a meal? Right? I’m sure he is not the only one in America who had to work through lunch a few times.
He also at one point (within the first 100 pages) mentions that one of his secret service collegues who served in WW II said that the Italians are no different today (in the 1960s while in Italy when JFK went there) than they were before, “just now we can’t shoot them.” That to me sounds like a pretty prejudice statement (myself being Italian). So that makes it hard for me to believe that there was no prejudice against Abraham Bolden (which is what I think Blaine, Hill or both claimed in their interviews).
These guys really make me laugh. They lie so much, what is the expression? Liars lie about lying…something like that.
I’m not done with the book yet so I probably should have waited to send you this, but I was thinking about what you said concerning the blaming the president aspect which I can clearly see building in the first 100 pages.
One thing I find really interesting is how Blaine and Hill say you are just a “self-proclaimed expert”; if so, why don’t they invite you to a debate in an open forum? Surely these 6 foot tall genius specimens should be able to make you look foolish in a debate, right? Why are they so scared of Mr. Palamara? The real reason is that they are terrified of you because you figured out their elaborate plan and have outed them. They had to crawl out from their darkness to try to shovel more dirt on what you uncovered.