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Sirhan Sirhan Granted Parole

by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star
August 31, 2021

 

By now, most of you have probably heard that Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s convicted assassin, Sirhan Sirhan, has finally been granted parole, and, as the following article indicates, it’s caused a bit of a split within the Kennedy family, understandably:

Chris Kennedy joins 5 siblings in ‘disbelief’ at parole for Sirhan Sirhan; 2 of RFK’s sons back decision

Granted, a recommendation of parole does not necessarily mean that Sirhan will be paroled. And in Sirhan’s case, there were witnesses that saw him in the kitchen of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles after Senator Kennedy had just won the Democratic state primary in California. And Sirhan was holding a gun, and according to some of the witnesses who wrestled him to the pantry table, he was still trying to squeeze the trigger.

In other words, Sirhan was attempting to assassinate the senator.

He was clearly implicated.

But there’s a few teensy weensy problems…

… the fatal wound in Senator Kennedy apparently came from behind his right ear… by most witness accounts Sirhan was standing in front of the Senator.

There’s another problem: Senator Kennedy’s autopsy showed the shot came from a gun very close to his head.  Sirhan’s pistol was, according to many witnesses, at least three feet away.

As I detailed in my book Microcosm and Medium, there’s a great deal of persuasive evidence to argue that Sirhan was a creature – and victim – of mind control, a literal Manchurian Candidate.

That brings me to my point: Sirhan’s eventual potential release, or lack thereof, will hardly resolve the RFK assassination, any more than the Warren Report put the country at ease after the assassination of his brother, or than the apprehension of James Earl Ray put to rest the many frayed and questionable threads surrounding the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King. If anything, his potential release will focus a spotlight on the RFK assassination and the real murderers who used sophisticated mind manipulation techniques to create a Manchurian Candidate. And yes, for the record, I do think that Sirhan was a victim and creature of mind manipulation technology, and that the real assassins of Senator Kennedy roamed free, while a patsy took the fall. Sirhan is a living reminder that the people who pulled off the three great assassinations of the 1960s were never brought to justice, and is a living reminder that behind the veneer of a republic, America is really in the hands of an unelected deep state, its very own Venetian Council of Ten, that will stoop to anything – including mind manipulation and murder – to retain its power and agenda. That power has grown exponentially since the 1960s, since they no longer need Manchurian Candidates to assassinate people. They now have drones for that, and they have successfully installed – through dubious means – an easily manipulable mental basket case in the White-Out House.

It remains to be seen if Sirhan will actually be paroled, and if so, how he will spend his time. Will he seek to resolve his role in the RFK assassination? Will he write a book? Will he do interviews? Will he seek psychiatric help to try to find – through regressive hypnosis or some other means – whomever it was that programed him?

Or will he simply try to put it all behind him?

I don’t know the answers to those questions.

I do strongly suspect that the national nightmare, that is to say the people behind those assassinations, is probably still there for the simple reason that the JFK assassination represented a coup d’etat, and that the subsequent events and scandals up to our day represented the consequence: a government by false flags, contrived crises, fraudulent elections, fuzzy and secretive finance, deals with drug-dealing and human trafficking devils, Communists in Beijing… you name it.

See you on the flip side…

 

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