Editor says yes to Feds

Jacob Dugar, Editor

The year is 1962, and it’s in the height of the Cold War. President John F. Kennedy has just rejected a plan created by the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Department of Defense that would have brought us into war with Cuba.

   Now, what was this plan? Operation Northwoods, or rather the U.S. government, would have killed American citizens at our own military base in Guantanamo and blamed it on the communist nation of Cuba.

   This would have been accomplished through multiple coordinated attacks in and around Guantanamo to make it seem genuine.

   The U.S. government would then “respond” with attacks to secure power and water supplies, as well as destroying any already placed Cuban fortifications.

   Once this step is completed, a full invasion of Cuba would have taken place. A war that did not need to happen.

   In addition to the false flag, our military would have harassed and deceived the Cubans in order to provoke a response.

   Why would the government do this? What would the Department of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff have had to gain from a war in Cuba?

   Well, like I said earlier, it was the height of the Cold War, and Cuba was a major threat to us, since they are so close. JFK settled everything as diplomatically as possible in the end, but the DoD and JCS were not really thinking diplomatically.

   A little over a year after declining this operation, JFK was assassinated. Additionally, he wanted to “splinter the CIA into a thousand pieces and scatter it into the winds.”

   Just remember, the government always has your back. They’ll keep you safe no matter what, and they can always be trusted.