Just before the March on Washington in 1963, President John F. Kennedy invited six civil rights leaders to the White House to talk about his concern that the civil rights legislation before Congress might be sabotaged if the march resulted in violence. At that meeting Whitney Young, Jr. asked three questions,
“President Kennedy, which side are you on? Are you on the side of George Wallace of Alabama? Or are you on the side of justice?”
Like President Kennedy, sometimes we need someone to cut to the chase and jolt us back to reality with a pointed question. So, consider this; which side are you on?
Are you apathetic to truth being silenced concerning the Kennedy assassination? Or, will you do something about it?
Perhaps you could extend the time you spend on Facebook and post a link to your favorite assassination book. If you are inspired to do more, perhaps you can address mainstream media. Every one of us live in a town with either a newspaper, a radio station, a television station, or a university newspaper that holds potential for speaking the truth. So, how much time are you willing to invest in asking them to consider information that gives credibility to assassination researchers? Perhaps, instead of browsing aimlessly on the internet tomorrow night, you could email one of those outlets and suggest to them a book, an article, or even a web page that speaks the truth. Even if all you do is provide a link to something worthwhile, it could make a difference.
If we don’t do this, no one will. We can no longer afford indifference, and “preaching to the choir” on forums that already believe in multiple shooters is not going to make a difference, or it already would have. We have an accurate and provable message: President Kennedy was killed as the result of a conspiracy.
So, where do you stand — meekly on the side of silence, or will you speak out? After all, we too are on the side of justice.