With consideration to the clamor of clutter and chaos caused by the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, one undeniable fact remains true today: JFK was shot and killed in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. Despite over a half century of official and unofficial investigations, though, there has never been a definitive answer as to who actually shot the president on that foreboding fall afternoon in 1963. While the official report released by the Warren Commission insists that Lee Harvey Oswald was the "sole gunman" when he shot the president, not everyone seems to believe it. Over the years, the world has heard phenomenal stories about little green men, about backstabbing marriages, and about an envious politician prepared to do anything to become the next President of the United States. As time passes, the thin line between truth and myth has become so ambiguous as to be seemingly unrecognizable. In fact, a recent poll by the Associated Press shows that 50% of Americans today believe that various shooters were involved and, as a result, numerous conspiracy theories have surfaced in regards to this historical tragedy. The three most plausible explanations in the public domain imply that JFK was most likely assassinated by either the Illuminati, the “Little Green Men”, or Secret Service.
The Illuminati, otherwise known as “the secret power brokers that control the world,”, are obvious candidates for the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Because of his goal to end the Vietnam War, the Illuminati targeted him specifically, as the Illuminati’s shadowed bankers were getting funds from the war. Not only did this upset them and blacklist Kennedy, but his attempts to constrain the power of the United States Federal Reserve caused a severe repercussions. When Kennedy became President, the world was in an uproarious state. Everything fell together perfectly for World War III to happen. John F. Kennedy ordered the Bay of Pigs invasion to hit against Fidel Castro, which would cause a crisis to happen. As an alliance of the Illuminati, he would be rewarded, but regardless of, Attorney General Robert Kennedy, John F. Kennedy’s brother, would become the next president of 1972. “A power has risen up in the government greater than the people themselves, consisting of many and various powerful interests, combined in one mass, and held together by the cohesive power of the vast surplus in banks.” As said by John, C. Calhoun, referring to the Illuminati as a superior group and confirming that the power the Illuminati has could easily allow their plans to fall into place. Though, not all went well during this time, which led to Kennedy falling in hot water when he’d gone against the Nuclear War, resulting in his assassination just as the Illuminati had planned.
The Little Green Men, or John F. Kennedy’s high interest in alien activity, is the idea that John F. Kennedy, before