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Or power allowed him to prosper both financially and politically during his years in Congress Neither his family nor his employees aides associates and cabinet officials would ever confront him on any issue for which he had made up his mind including the Vietnam War Unfortunately his darker side included a lifetime struggle with bipolar manic depressive disorder which he successfully hid from the public though not all of his aides It is the premise of this book that Lyndon Johnson suffered recurrent and progressively stronger bouts of mental collapses during. This book was a VERY comprehensive account of the Kennedy assassination and the role that Lyndon Johnson played in organizing it and covering it up It was a VERY long book almost 800 pages filled with names dates conspiracies and details regarding the Crime of the Century Excellent book though a bit tedious to read in places The author leaves the reader with no doubt about the fact that LJB though he had help from several other sources was the mastermind of the crime

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The period of his vice presidency as he planned his ascension to the presidency purposely undermining Kennedy's domestic and foreign policy initiatives for the purpose of cleverly saving them for his own legacy His active involvement with JFK's assassination will be conclusively shown including photographic evidence that he knew in advance when and where it would happen The stunning conclusion of this book is that Lyndon Johnson began planning his takeover the fulfillment of his life time dreams even before being named as the vice presidential nominee in 1960. One of the bestThere are many excellent publications of the coup d etat This is one of the best particularly at describing the notions motives and acts of LBJ One has to worry that it is frightfully easy for truly wicked people to harm the nation while seeking power and glory

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Lyndon B Johnson's flawed personality and character traits were formed when he was a child and through his primary enablers his mother and his wife grew unchecked for the rest of his life as he suffered severe bouts of manic depressive illness The people manipulation skills he learned at his father's side and had perfected by the time he graduated from college became the currency he used to barter steal and finesse his way through the corridors of power on Capitol Hill These skills combined with his overpowering manic personality amoral instincts and thirst f. The front sleeve displays a review of this book by James Fetzer author of Murder in Dealey Plaza his simple summation is A masterpiece Beautifully written I go along with thatIt must be hard to find two extreme contrasting views of the same person as this book and Randall Woods LBJ Architect of American Ambition which I read recentlyPhillip F Nelson has graduated from the Assassination critics University with a two one with honoursAlthough this work covers over six hundred pages the author has studied a vast amount of the publications of the past forty years that uestion against the lone nut hogwash Nelson is no investigative pioneer like Twyman Lifton Marrs Hancock etc Rather he stands on the backs of these giants There are some one hundred and seventy books listed in the Bibliography and he refers to most of these past publications as well as internet websites and YouTube to produce this Encyclopaedia Dealeyplaza For readers coming late to the party many of the early publications are somewhat difficult or expensive to get hold of Twyman s Bloody Treason comes in at 160 for a used hardcover copy Davy s Let Justice Be Done can be obtained in used paperback for just over 50 and Thompson s Six Seconds in Dallas around 40 Although not possible to adeuately cover all the angles of this crime of the century in a volume twice the size of this one LBJ is a very comprehensive and readable tomeThe premise is that polecat Lyndon was a paranoid bipolar antisocial personality Guilty of election fraud involved since early 1950 s in murders including his own sister Infatuated with becoming president he was the principal controller of the coup d etat in 63 recruiting Kennedy haters such as Hoover at the FBI DullesAngleton EHoward Hunt among other rogue elements in the CIA factions of the Military chiefs and Mafia to the Big Event in Dallas Future presidents who knew of this coup were Nixon and Ford The cover up and the social damage continues todayAddendum I do not believe that LBJ was the architect or mastermind of the JFK killing I do however lean toward LBJ having prior knowledge of the events in Dallas and certainly taking part in the cover up after becoming presidentThere is no doubt that he was a nasty piece of work and guilty of being a party to the many murders that are documented in this book I do not believe in the Murchison party and I am sceptical of the assassination involvement of Mac Wallace that is written about in Texas in the Morning by Madeleine Brown


10 thoughts on “LBJ by Phillip F. Nelson

  1. says:

    Excellent analysis of the JFK assassination material The premise that LBJ was the mastermind has meritbased on the uestionsWho had the most to gain?Who had the least to lose?Who had the means to do it?'Who controlled the apparatus to cover it up? and perhaps most significantly Who had the kind of narcissisticpsychoticsociopathicmendacious personality capable of rationalizing the action as acceptable and necessary as a means to the ultima

  2. says:

    The front sleeve displays a review of this book by James Fetzer author of 'Murder in Dealey Plaza' his simple summation is A masterpiece Beautifully written I go along with thatIt must be hard to find two extreme contrasting views of the same person as this book and Randall Woods' 'LBJ Architect of American Ambition' which I read recentlyP

  3. says:

    This book is an amazing biography of LBJ essentially Anyone who thinks Trump is the worst really owes it to themselves to pick up probably any book about LBJ That man was truly a monster but he makes for some marvelous reading All in all I've read uite a few of these JFK assassination books by now and this is undoubtedly one of the better ones Much better even than some of most popular ones

  4. says:

    Lyndon Johnson was at the epicenter of the JFK assassinationBuy this book immediately It is game changer and one of the best books ever written on the JFK assassination The weight of the evidence suggests that Lyndon Johnson and his Texas oil men used their CIAmilitary contacts to murder JFK with LBJ and his very close friend J Edgar Hoover F

  5. says:

    This book was a VERY comprehensive account of the Kennedy assassination and the role that Lyndon Johnson played in organizing it and

  6. says:

    This is perhaps the most convincing JFK assassination theory I’ve read to date So many loose ends are tied up in this book and are congruent with other books I’ve read by different authors focusing on different areas of the case I’d never much considered LBJ I figured he had a prior knowledge to the plan

  7. says:

    I am definitely not a conspiracy theoristjust someone who likes to see things from all sides before making decisions I do however think that Lee Harvey was not the assassin of President Kennedy and he certainly did not kill the police officer a

  8. says:

    One of the bestThere are many excellent publications of the coup d'etat This is one of the best particularly at describing the notions motives and acts of LBJ One has to worry that it is frightfully easy for truly wicked people to harm the n

  9. says:

    Lyndon Johnson makes Donald Trump look like a saint Bill Sol Estes a business partner of Johnson went to jail for a variety of crimes he committed that Johnson facilitated through lobbying with government agencies; when he got out of prison in 1978 he was asked how many people Lyndon Johnson was involved with murdering a

  10. says:

    A truly enlightening critiue of Johnson I am now convinced that he planned and carried out JFK's assassinationThis book has convincing reasoning

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