Looking for the Enemy
Morrissey makes the case that JFK was killed because he wanted to withdraw from Vietnam, and analyzes a long correspondence between Noam Chomsky and himself on the subject. In a careful analysis of official government documents, the author shows that the CIA sabotaged their own 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba, in the hope of trapping Kennedy into a full-scale war.
Other explosive issues dealt with here include:
- the possible artificial origin of AIDS - for the purpose of genocide in order to combat global overpopulation.
- the downfall of President Nixon in the Watergate scandal - was it an inside job?
- the murder of Alfred Herrhausen, chairman of the Deutsche Bank, in 1989, presumably by terrorists. Herrhausen's fellow bankers had much more plausible reasons to do him in, however.
- the "abortive" coup against Gorbachev in August 1991 that led to the disintegration of the Soviet Union - was it a KGB-CIA hoax?