The JFK Assassination & Israel

The JFK assassination has remained the most intriguing topic in American conspiracy literature.  Michael Collins Piper has sold 50,000 copies of his book which implicates Israel and Jewish organized crime boss Meyer Lansky in Kennedy’s murder.

JFK’s father Joseph Kennedy had a long history of being accused by the Jews of anti-semitism.  The death of so many of his progeny has been speculated to be a blood libel against this Catholic dynasty by his greatest enemies.

Here are a couple excerpts showing what some Jews themselves say about the Kennedys;

‘…Nothing in the universe is coincidence…Somebody in the Kennedy family did something to open the family up to the negative energy that has been plaguing them for decades.’–Rabbi Meir Yeshurun of the Kabbalah Center in Boca Raton, Florida speaking to The Palm Beach Post…

‘According to a story told in mystical Jewish circles, JFK’s father Joseph Kennedy returned to the United States aboard an ocean liner that was also carrying Israel Jacobson, a poor Lubavitcher rabbi and six of his yeshiva students who were fleeing the Nazis. A notorious anti-Semite, Kennedy complained to the captain that the bearded, black-clad Jews were upsetting the first class passengers by praying on the Jewish High Holy Day of Rosh Hashanah.

In retaliation, so the story goes, Rabbi Jacobson put a curse on Kennedy, damning him and all his male offspring to tragic fates. It is a curious fact that the very same people who scoff at the concept of ‘Kismet’–fate–find it difficult to dismiss the concept of curses… The Kennedy family made the fatal mistake of thinking of themselves as divine.’

–Edward Klein, former Editor-in- Chief of the New York Times Magazine, writing in the opening pages of ‘The Kennedy Curse’

To do your own investigation of Piper’s investigative journalism bestseller, buy the book.  Better yet, read it online here.

Read Final Judgment: The Missing Link in the JFK Assassination Conspiracy

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