John McCloy was a member of the Warren Commission. Let’s examine him.
Here are a few excerpts from Wikipedia.
Let’s look at the Malmedy Massacre. Let’s not gloss over it on our way to something else. Let’s find out who Joachim Peiper was. I don’t know as I write these words. I am learning as you are learning.
The Malmedy massacre was a German war crime committed by soldiers of the Waffen-SS on 17 December 1944, at the Baugnez crossroads near the city of Malmedy, Belgium, during the Battle of the Bulge (16 December 1944 – 25 January 1945). Soldiers of Kampfgruppe Peiper summarily killed eighty-four U.S. Army prisoners of war (POWs) who had surrendered after a brief battle. The Waffen-SS soldiers had grouped the U.S. POWs in a farmer’s field, where they used machine guns to shoot and kill the grouped POWs; the prisoners of war who survived the gunfire of the massacre then were killed with a coup de grâce gun-shot to the head.
First things first.
John McCloy helped to pardon bad guys like Joachim Peiper.
Joachim Peiper was a bad guy. He was Himmler’s top assistant.
The Malmedy massacre involved the voluntary slaughter of American POWs who had given themselves up. That was the least of Peiper’s crimes. But, I get it; he was an elite, a top guy. That should speak volumes about John McCloy and his value system.
But it wasn’t just that.
McCloy demonstrates over and over again an inability to look at the big picture and get it. He doesn’t seem to be able to think outside the box and think of the ramifications of his actions. Or maybe he does and doesn’t care.
He helps establish the Pentagon, the OSS and ultimately the CIA. While this on the surface might seem to be a good thing, his actions help set the table in transforming America the Republic into America the Empire. Is the CIA compatible with a decent republic? How much stronger would America be if we had invested in high speed rail and healthcare for all rather than ships and bombs? How much stronger would America be if we had not invested in imperialist sweatshops in Vietnam and Indonesia?
He is a chief force in confining Japanese Americans into internment camps during WWII which in itself is a direct attack on the principles of the Founding Fathers. It is an elitist act in direct conformity with the principles of Nazi Germany.
He helps to pardon many tops Nazis, especially Nazis from the business sector. Perhaps many of these individuals were his colleagues who he worked extensively with prior to WWII. One of his clients in Germany was IG Farben, the manufacturer of Zyklon B which was used to gas the Jews.
Throughout his career he was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations which is an elitist think tank which supplies many cabinet officers and Presidents today. What is the CFR and where do its members come from? Principally the CFR is populated by Ivy League graduates and so-called leaders of industry. In reality the CFR is a gang of greedy thugs who agree to bestow awards upon each other. The CFR is responsible for the non-stop war machine that America has become.
John MCCloy demonstrates over and over again an elitism and an inability to get it. He shamelessly supports measures that cement America as a bully that cares little about human rights. That he would sit on a Warren Commission that would whitewash the murder of a President is not surprising.
No one should be fooled by his act of first suspecting a conspiracy then finally coming around the truth.
Here is an excerpt from Wikipedia.
McCloy was selected by President Lyndon Johnson to serve on the Warren Commission in late November 1963. Notably, he was initially skeptical of the lone gunman theory, but a trip to Dallas with CIA veteran Allen Dulles, an old friend also serving on the commission, convinced him of the case against Oswald. To avoid a minority dissenting report, McCloy brokered the final consensus and the crucial wording of the primary conclusion of the final report. He stated that any possible evidence of a conspiracy was “beyond the reach” of all of America’s investigatory agencies, principally the FBI and the CIA as well as the Commission itself. In a 1975 interview with Eric Sevareid of CBS, McCloy stated, “I never saw a case that I thought was more completely proven than… the assassination.”
He described writings that propagated assassination conspiracies theories as “just nonsense.”
Nice try, but no cigar.
Finally, after doing much to destroy America the Republic on behalf of the Rockefeller family he settled down. Here is another excerpt from Wikipedia.
McCloy became a name partner in the Rockefeller-associated prominent New York law firm Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy. He would serve here from 1945 to 1947, and then after serving on the Warren Commission, remained a general partner for 27 years, until he died in 1989. In that capacity, he acted for the “Seven Sisters“, the leading multinational oil companies, including Exxon, in their initial confrontations with the nationalization movement in Libya as well as negotiations with Saudi Arabia and OPEC. Because of his stature in the legal world and his long association with the Rockefellers and as a presidential adviser, he was sometimes referred to as the “Chairman of the American Establishment.”
It’s important to know who was serving on the Warren Commission beyond just a name on a piece of paper.
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