My New Book: Regime Change: The JFK Assassination
by Jacob G. Hornberger
Last September we launched two ebooks on the Kennedy assassination: The Kennedy Autopsy by Jacob Hornberger and JFK’s War with the National-Security Establishment by Douglas Horne. These two books are priced at $1 each. Sales of the books began taking off. Since January both books have consistently remained on Amazon’s list of the Top 100 Best-Selling Books in 20th-Century American History. This morning, they are #32 and #37.
The success of these two ebooks inspired me to write a new book on the Kennedy assassination, which has now been launched on Amazon.com: Regime Change: The JFK Assassination. Here is what I state in Introduction to the book (which, along with Chapter 1 and part of Chapter 2, can be read here):
According to a Gallup poll conducted 50 years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the vast majority of the American people disbelieve the conclusions reached by the Warren Commission. There are so many theories about the assassination, however, that it’s difficult to make sense of it all. The materials on the assassination are so enormously voluminous that it’s virtually impossible to even know where to start. Who has the time to delve into the controversy and figure it out? And what difference does it make anyway?
If all that describes the way you feel about the Kennedy assassination, then this book is for you. It is a primer for understanding the assassination of John Kennedy, and it provides the only paradigm in which all the pieces of the puzzle of the Kennedy assassination fall into place and make sense.
There are 93 comments posted at Amazon under The Kennedy Autopsy, including 26 critical comments. What is gratifying is that not one of the critics has suggested that any of the facts that I set forth in the book are inaccurate or erroneous.
There are two points made by the critics that I address in Regime Change.
In the Introduction to Regime Change, I write:
The thesis of this book is a simple one: On November 22, 1963, the U.S. national-security establishment violently removed John Kennedy from the presidency through assassination. This particular regime-change operation occurred within the context of other regime-change operations conducted by the U.S. national-security state during the Cold War, such as those in Iran in 1953, Guatemala in 1954, Cuba in the 1960s, and Chile in 1973.
One critic of The Kennedy Autopsy was offended by the suggestion that members of the U.S. national-security state orchestrated Kennedy’s assassination. He said that national-security state officials are patriots and would never do something treasonous like assassinate the president.
The critic just doesn’t get it. The people within the national-security establishment who orchestrated regime change on November 22, 1963, didn’t consider themselves to be traitors. They considered themselves to be patriots — super patriots, who were just doing what needed to be done to protect “national security.”
Ask yourself: Did the Chilean national-security establishment consider themselves to be traitors when they effected regime change in Chile on September 11, 1973? Of course not. They considered themselves to be great patriots. In fact, many Pinochet lovers today still consider Pinochet and his national-security establishment to be tremendous patriots, notwithstanding the fact that they violated the Chilean constitution when they violently ousted their president from office. For Pinochet and his acolytes, when a president is implementing policies that threaten national security, it is the solemn duty of the national-security branch of the government to step in and save the nation.
And don’t forget: It was the U.S. national-security establishment, as part of its efforts to effect regime change in Chile, that was preaching this doctrine to its Chilean counterparts from 1970-1973 at the School of the Americas. They were telling them that it was their moral duty to save the country from a president who was taking the country down, including a president who had been democratically elected.
Another critic of The Kennedy Autopsy raised a pointed question: If they were going to frame Lee Harvey Oswald, who was purportedly firing from Kennedy’s rear, why did they have shooters firing from the front? The reason, as more fully explained and detailed in Chapter 4 of Regime Change, goes to the heart of one of the most ingenious schemes in history, one that ensured a quick shut-down of the investigation and the immediate conclusion that the president had been felled by a lone nut.
Chapter 5 of Regime Change explores, once again, the Kennedy autopsy. Before reading that chapter, I highly recommend the reader to first read The Kennedy Autopsy ($1). The autopsy conducted by national-security state on Kennedy’s body is the key to understanding who orchestrated the assassination. That’s because a false and fraudulent autopsy necessarily equals cover-up. And so the next question logically is: Who would they be covering up for?
Finally, at the conclusion of Regime Change, I have included a list of more than 100 online articles (with links) on the assassination and the national-security state that I personally have carefully compiled. In my opinion, that list alone is worth five bucks and so you’re essentially getting my new book for free!
To purchase Regime Change: The JFK Assassination ($5), click here.