“Abraham, Martin and John”… And Bobby. Political Assassinations in America | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

“Abraham, Martin and John”… And Bobby. Political Assassinations in America

1968 is sometimes referred to as the “year when everything happened”.

The Vietnam War intensified in the Battle of Khe Sanh (starting on January 21), the Tet Offensive (January 31), the Battle for Hue City (January 31) and the My Lai Massacre (March 16);

The anti-Vietnam War protests intensified in the US, resulting in Reactionary Police Brutality;

The Abdication of Lyndon Johnson (March 30);

The assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr (April 4) with over 100 American cities burning in response;

The Columbia University student occupations of campus buildings (April 23);

The Broadway Play Hair (April 29) started the Age of Aquarius;

The Catonsville 9 draft card burnings (May 17);

Bobby Kennedy’s Assassination (June 5);

The Chicago Democratic Convention (August 28) with rampant police brutality;

Richard Nixon’s divisive Southern Strategy campaign;

The segregationist Alabama Governor George Wallace’s presidential run for president, winning 13% of the national vote;

The Mexico Olympics and the famous Black Power Salute (October 16);
Black athletes kneeling during the national anthem at 1968 NFL games to protest police brutality and racial discrimination;

“National Burn Your Draft Card Day” (November 14); and
etc, etc.

1968 is also the year that hastened the destruction of true representative democracy in America and the beginning of a quasi-police state/Deep State establishment in its place. The unwelcome truths about Bobby Kennedy’s shooting on June 5, 1968 (by an assassin or assassins other than Sirhan Sirhan (see the irrefutable evidence further below) and his death on June 6, 1968 has been annually over-shadowed by the commemoration of the World War II anniversary of D-day, June 6, 1944. And every year teachable moments are lost.

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