The Canterbury Seminar is booked!!
The dates are Friday 28th (starting at Pinocchio's of course), Saturday 29th, and Sunday 30th April 2017. Please put those details in your diaries.
I am looking forward to it already.
This year we will not be using the Powell Building but another lecture theatre in Canterbury Christ Church University, The Old Sessions House. (See Canturbury link). The facilities are just as good as in the Powell Building. The building is off a road called Longport. The Powell Building is being used, unusually, for Applicant Days on two weekends at that time.
More news soon all the very best Stuart
Rekindle your thoughts on the JFK Assassination... HERE
How the car linked to JFK assassination ended up in Chesterfield garage. HERE
New important Link 'JFK DATABASE EXPLORER'
New Link posted 'Jim di Eugenio puts Barry Ryder in his place! " HERE
New Article posted 'Digging Up Oswald" HERE
New Link The Lone Gunman Podcast with Bart HERE
Dealey Plaza Cam Here
John F Kennedy's Assassination was a defining moment in both the history of the United States and to the lives of millions of people around the world. He was the figurehead for a change of attitudes in a country fast becoming disillusioned with it's foreign policy and desperate for civil rights reform and in a world escalating to nuclear destruction.
President Kennedy was the youngest man elected to the 'White House', and sadly at 46 he was the youngest to die in office. He still represents to a huge majority of the world today freedom, social parity and peace. It is essential that we uncover the truth about his assassination and uphold the the ideals and goals he set out not only for America but the World.
'We in this country, in this generation, 'are by destiny rather than choice, 'the watchmen on the walls of world freedom.' We ask, therefore, that we may be worthy of our power and responsibility, that we may exercise our strength with wisdom and restraint, and that we may achieve in our time and for all time the ancient vision of peace on earth, good will toward men.' That must be our goal, and the righteousness of our cause must always underlie our strength. 'For as was written long ago: 'Except the Lord keep the city, the watchmen waketh but in vain'
The concluding words of the speech due to have been delivered by President Kennedy at Dallas Trade Mart, 22nd November 1963. Full Speech Here