Protesters March to JFK Memorial in Dallas

Andrew Pontbriand
Activist Post

Today marks the 50th Anniversary of the JFK assassination in Dealey Plaza. A memorial is taking place today in Dealey Plaza to commemorate the loss of a great President.

The last President who was assassinated was JFK, and now the Dallas Mayor and police have set up an event that only allows “ticketed” members who only believe in the “official story”. Of course, the people who were allowed to acquire tickets were people such as the mainstream media, politicans, and big money, to perpetuate the lie that America believes Lee Harvey Oswald was the “lone gunman”.

Led by Infowars radio talk show host, Alex Jones, hundreds of people are stuck behind a barrier, and were even told live on air by a Dallas Police Seargent that they were restricted to a “free speech zone”, where the voices of truth were limited, assaulting our first amendment rights.

If John F. Kennedy was alive today, I think it is safe to say he would be shocked at the police state that has ensued after his legacy.

As the event takes place, it of course is televised, and during the commercial breaks the networks are playing “propaganda rolls”, to shift people away from questioning the official story much like what happens every year on the anniversary of 9/11.

Alex Jones, and the protesters present have been threatened with arrest several times, and warned not to use a bullhorn. However, the first amendment states clearly that it is the right of free people to assemble peacefully to redress grievances with government – which is exactly what they are trying to do.

More to follow…

Andrew Pontbriand is an activist, researcher, radio show host, and writer for Intellihub, andThe Resistance Journals. Like his Facebook Page here

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