The Lincoln controversy…

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The 150th anniversary of the death of Abraham Lincoln and the end of hostilities in the American Civil War, has seen a new focus on the continuing – if marginalised – controversy over what they both represent. Was the Civil War a heroic intervention to end oppression and slavery, or the first modern US war of imperialism masquerading as ethics? Was Lincoln a hero, an emancipator, or a racist hypocrite? Did he save the union? or force it upon a people who had chose secession?
We can’t can’t claim to have any final answers, but the debate itself – and even more so the fact of its almost total suppression in the mainstream – is important for what it can tell us about our own present day and the formulation of memes, myths and received truths. The rawness and brutality of what was done to the South in the name…

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OK "Know Thyself." Socrates. "To thine own self be true." Socrates. "The unexamined life is not worth living." Socrates. That about sums me up, but of course is an ongoing attempt which I do not expect to fully realize, even if maybe such as Socrates and Jung did in their last moments.
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  1. Dublinsmick says:

    You know there are other theories on Lincoln. I am not going to tell you this accurate but I will say it is highly convincing.

    I did a brief synopsis of Miles Mathis’ piece.

    https://dublinsmick.wordpress.com/2014/08/11/abraham-lincoln-and-the-crisis-actors-it-seems-lincoln-knew-he-was-dying-before-the-election/

    John Wilkes Booth (supposed murderer of Abraham Lincoln) and brothers star in Julius Ceasar

    Once again a short sketch of the PDF file. Some of this is direct quotes and some my own interjection. Miles Mathis is surely the Sherlock Holmes of our time.

    Once again it might serve us to remember Shakespeare. “The world is but a stage and we are the players.”

    See the PDF

    http://mileswmathis.com/lincoln.pdf

    http://mileswmathis.com/updates.html

    Remember, John Wilkes Booth was an actor and the Lincoln assassination took place in a theatre! It took place in a theatre and once again they are laughing at us.

    If you have caught on to 911, Aurora and Sandy Hook, some dots just might connect.

    Booth supposedly jumped 15 feet from a balcony with a knife in his hand and twisted his ankle. No it was 18 feet precisely and he broke his fibula. You can read the pdf for more on this.

    The United States appropriated Ford Theatre after this paying him $100,000 dollars. Ford wasn’t quite as lucky as Lucky Larry Silverstein. All of this prevented further analysis. Does that sound familiar?

    Two hundred soldiers rush into the theatre after the attack …. check. (We know the military never stands down in a national emergency … right …. check. DC policeman John Frederick Parker who was supposedly guarding the box wandered out at intermission and never came back …. check. Ole John got a reprimand but was never fired. As Mathis says, Booth would have been mobbed even in a nunnery.

    Mathis calls this the Glomar response, lead with a tidal wave of lies and then follow up with a complete embargo of information somewhat like Sandy Hook or the Boston Bombing.

    “We could change all the other facts and it wouldn’t really matter. What I mean is, those who ran the event don’t really care whether you believe Booth did it, or whether Booth was killed later, or whether there was a high-level conspiracy including Andrew Johnson or the Knights of the Golden Circle or the Pope and Queen of England.”

    In the midst of all this, the soldiers of the President’s guard, with others, suddenly drawn to the scene, burst in— (some two hundred altogether)—they storm the house, through all the tiers, especially the upper ones, inflamed with fury, literally charging the audience with fix’d bayonets, muskets and pistols, shouting Clear out! clear out! you sons of ——….. Such the wild scene, or a suggestion of it rather, inside the play-house that night.

    So Mrs. Lincoln waits until after Booth has jumped down on-stage and delivered his little speech to cry “he has killed the President.” She doesn’t want to interrupt him, I guess. So polite. The “strong men” rush the stage, but only after Booth has gone limping off. So polite. And the President’s guard, “suddenly drawn to the scene” after Booth has fired shots, knifed Rathbone, jumped down, waved his knife, said his speech, tied his shoes, adjusted his belt, combed his hair, and checked his watch, come bursting in 200 strong. As if to make up in numbers what they lacked in being there to start with.

    This whole story is ludicrously bad, but say we decided to accept it. We should then ask, “why were 200 guards waiting outside, ready to burst in all together?” That, by itself, would signal some kind of foreknowledge. It is like the current fake events, where the police arrive before the shots are fired, or when fire trucks are at the Pentagon before the alleged plane even crashes. Are we expected to believe. ”

    O.K. why was Lincoln assassinated? Lincoln has been said to be Jewish as was John Wilkes Booth noted as the son of a kosher butcher. Lincoln never professed anything resembling his association with Christianity and told his wife before he died that he wished to visit the “Holyland.” There is evidence that he was also known to be dying from 4 mainstream sources. He was suffering from Marfan disease and was too sick to run for another term.

    This is the full Miles Mathis post

    http://mileswmathis.com/lincoln.pdf

    This is another one that makes a lot of sense.

    https://dublinsmick.wordpress.com/2014/08/10/the-matrix-unraveling-as-helter-skelter-the-manson-gang-and-so-called-tate-murder-was-a-worse-psyop-than-sandy-hook-all-designed-to-save-america-from-those-commies-and-doped-up-protestors/

    “You will best benefit yourself by keeping an open mind and forgetting most of what you have learned in the past.” Jay Sebring

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