CIA's Jackie Kennedy Flirted with LBJ After Assassination
February 19, 2018
her husband, just months after the assassination. It lends credibility
to the little-known claim, that Jackie Kennedy was a CIA agent.
"On June 21, 1942, [Jackie's mother] Janet married Hugh Auchincloss-a close friend of the Rockefellers, Morgans, and the Dulles Brothers. That meant that Auchincloss was now the stepfather of Jacqueline and Caroline Lee Bouvier. It was Auchincloss who recommended Jackie O for the position of the first female spy in the newly created CIA."
"Jackie was the most mercenary person I've ever met. She thinks, talks, and dreams of money, nothing but money. The joke is I would have given her fifty times what I gave her for the pleasure of never having to see her again. What amazes me is that she survives while everyone around her drops. She's dangerous, she's deadly." Christina Onassis (Wright, All the Pain That Money Can Buy, p. 210).
[Disclaimer- I realize this report is far from complete but it certainly opens new doors for investigation.}
Partial Source- Jane Bond by Patrick Scrivener
From "Buddy Silver"
(Excerpts by henrymakow.com)
Jackie and Lyndon Johnson were in collusion. They had something in common: they had both been pushed out of the loop of John F. Kennedy's personal life. Perhaps their bitterness caused them to come to an agreement to aid each other in removing the source. LBJ was aware that Republicans wanted to look into his possible bribe-taking, and Jackie was undoubtedly aware that her husband's tryst with a possible communist spy, Ellen Rometsch . (As well as his secret marriage to Durie Malcolm) was about to become public knowledge.
Tape-recorded phone calls between LBJ and Jackie from shortly after the assassination reveal an over-familiarity on LBJ's part that could possibly stem from his knowledge of her role on that fateful day in Dallas. It sounds like he was using it for all it was worth to coerce Jackie into a more intimate relationship with him. Jackie reportedly did not know she was being recorded but seems to take care in choosing her responses, perhaps due to CIA training and political savvy.
LBJ: Listen, sweetie. Now, first thing you've got to learn-you've got some things to learn, and one of them is that you don't bother me. You give me strength.
JBK: But I wasn't going to send you in one more letter. I was so scared you'd answer.
LBJ: Don't send me anything, don't send me anything! You just come on over and put your arm around me. That's all you do. When you haven't got anything else to do, let's take a walk. Let's walk around the backyard and just let me tell you how much you mean to all of us and how we can carry on if you give us a little strength!
JBK: But you know what I wanted to say to you about that letter? I know how rare a letter is in a President's handwriting. Do you know that I've got more in your handwriting than I do in Jack's now?
JBK: And for you to write it at this time, and then to send me that thing today of, you know, your Cape announcement and everything-
LBJ: I want you to just know this, that I told my mama a long time ago when everybody else gave up about my election in '48-
LBJ: My mother and my wife and my sisters and you females got a lot of courage that we men don't have. And so we have to rely on you and depend on you, and you've got something to do. You've got the President relying on you. And this is not the first one you've had! So there're not many women, you know, running around with a good many Presidents. So you just bear that in mind. You've got the biggest job of your life!
JBK: [laughs] "She ran around with two Presidents." That's what they'll say about me!
LBJ: Darling, you know what I said to the Congress-I'd give anything in the world if I wasn't here today. [laughs]
JBK: Well, listen, oh, it's going to be funny because the rooms are all so big. You'll all get lost, but anyway-
LBJ: You going to come back and see me?
JBK: Someday I will.
LBJ: Some day?
JBK: But anyway, take a big sleeping pill.
LBJ: Aren't you going to bring- You know what they do with me, they just keep my, they're just like taking a hypo, they just stimulate me and I just get every idea out of every head in my life comes back and I start thinking new things and new roads to conquer.
JBK: Yeah? Great.
LBJ: So I can't. Sleeping pill won't put me to sleep. It just wakes me up.
LBJ: But if I know that you are going to come back to see me some morning when you are bringing your-
JBK: I will.
LBJ: -kid to school, and first time you do, please come and walk and let me walk down to the seesaw with you like old times.
JBK: I will, Mr. President.
LBJ: Okay. Give Caroline and John-John a hug for me.
JBK: I will.
LBJ: Tell them I'd like to be their daddy!
JBK: I will.
LBJ: Well, I've got to see you before long. I've got to see you.
JBK: Well, any time you say is great.
LBJ: All right.
LBJ: I'll call you sometime and come by.
Jacqueline Bouvier was a C.I.A. agent assigned to infiltrate the Kennedy clan as they moved up in political circles. Here's an excerpt from an online biography of Jackie (among others) that cites this fact. "Jackie ... enrolled in George Washington University in Washington, DC, graduating in 1951. She took a job at the CIA and in January of 1952 went to work at a Washington newspaper, where she was a photographer. During an assignment, she met U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy . They were married on September 12, 1953. Their first child, who lived, was Caroline Kennedy, born November 27, 1957."
The entire biography can be read here. Jackie may have been merely following the orders of her superiors to hit their target.
Jackie's and her mother's long association with George DeMorenschildt, a known CIA asset, closest friend of Lee Harvey Oswald, acquaintance of George H.W. Bush, LBJ, Abraham Zapruder (!) and others leads me to wonder if he was, perhaps, Jackie's (and maybe her mother's) "handler," as well as Lee Harvey Oswald's!
Here's an excerpt from a site dealing with a publication called, "Timeline Chart," discussed on this Education Forum: "I first started researching the 26 volumes of the Warren Commission for clues, when I came across George De Mohrenschildt. I thought it was strange that a man who visited Jacqueline Kennedy's mother on a regular basis would also befriend the alleged assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald. In the first several years of my research, I even had a nightmare that Jackie Kennedy had been involved in the assassination. I began to look at this or the possibility that her mother Mrs. Hugh D. Auchincloss was involved. But I concluded, that no one in their right mind would have placed themselves or their daughter in an open convertible with a possibility of being shot, for Jackie sat three feet away from JFK on that fateful November 22, 1963.
De Mohrenschildt testified that before Oswald was even born, he visited with Jackie and her mother in 1938 on a daily basis at Easthampton, New York. You may, like myself, find this hard to digest." ...
(Jackie's mom with Alan Dulles)
Jackie's mother, Janet Norton Lee Bouvier Auchincloss, was of "fake Jewish" ancestry. The original name of her father was "Levy" but the name was changed to "Lee" when his parents emigrated to the U.S. [She was connected to the CIA and knew both George De Mohrenschildt Allan Dulles.]
Because of his drinking, womanizing, and his failure to keep his hands off his daughters, Janet divorced Jack [Bpuvier, Jackie's father] in 1940. Jack was irresistible to females who often mistook him for Clark Gable.
After his divorce from Janet, Jack bought an apartment in Manhattan and Jackie spent the weekends with him while she attended Vassar College.
CIA COUP IN FRANCE
In June 1951, Jackie O and her younger sister Caroline Lee were sent to Europe on a "vacation."
In reality, Alan Dulles wanted to overthrow the legitimate French government and replace it with a military dictatorship. Overthrowing constitutional governments is the raison d'être for the existence of the CIA. Jane's spying cover was "reporter" for Vogue magazine.
Vincent Jules Auriol was the first President of the French Fourth Republic.
A CIA hit team was already in France planning to overthrow and replace him with a military dictatorship.
Jackie O and her sister were part of that team.
Thanks to the Directorate-General for External Security, and the Directorate-General for Internal Security, the plot was foiled. France remained a Republic, with an independent foreign policy, and she was never caught up in the anti-Communist hysteria of Dulles, Joe McCarthy, and other right-wing fanatics.
The two dejected spies returned home in September 1951. That experience in France was considered good training for the future exploits of the female James Bond.
(Jackie's father, Jack Bouvier)
Jackie's second assignment was a successful CIA coup d'etat in Cuba!!
Even though that coup d'etat failed, Dulles must have been very pleased with the performance of his first female spy because she was recommended for more advanced training.
From October 1951 to January 1952, nothing is known of the whereabouts of Jackie O. Most likely she was undergoing intensive covert operations training for her next all-important assignment:
There is no record of any of Jackie's activities from October 1951 to January 1952. She and Lee traveled in Europe during the summer, a trip that was a graduation present for Lee, who had just finished Miss Porter's and was about to go to Sarah Lawrence. The Bouvier sisters created a delightful scrapbook of their trip, which they later published in the 1970s under the title One Special Summer. They returned from Europe on September 15, and Jackie's job as the Inquiring Photographer for the Washington Times-Herald started in January 1952, but there is no record in any of the multitudes of biographies that have been written about Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis that cover her activities in the late fall and early winter of 1951. (Mulvaney, Diana & Jackie, Maidens, Mothers, Myths, pp. 73-74).
After she completed her CIA training, Jackie O was now sent to Cuba to participate in a CIA coup d'etat against the lawfully elected government of Cuba...Assisted by Jackie O and the CIA, Fulgencio Batista seized power in March 1952. That was the end of the golden era for Cuba.
Jackie O spoke Spanish fluently and she had previous experience during the attempted coup d'etat in France.
Jackie was also intimately involved in the Revolution that brought "Communist" Fidel Castro to power in 1959.
The dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista led directly to the dictatorship of Fidel Castro. From 1952 onward, the country was ruined by the CIA as their Mafia gained a virtual stranglehold on the economy. What eventually led to the Cuban Missile Crisis was the close ties between CIA Castro and MI6 Nikita Khrushchev.
After ruining Cuba with a military dictatorship, Jackie's next assignment was to marry a young senator from Massachusetts named John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
By following the career of the female James Bond, it can be proven conclusively that she was completely OWNED by the Agency. Once you successfully perform a "hit" or execution, you belong to them completely for the rest of your life. Nothing can get you out of the CIA snake pit except divine intervention. That is why you won't find very many ex-spies writing their autobiographies.
In early 1952, Jackie O got a job as a "reporter" and photographer with the Washington Times-Herald. Jackie's owl eyes, with her extraordinary peripheral vision, made her an excellent photographer.
That job was not too distasteful to her as it just entailed photographing and asking people silly questions. Soon after taking the Inquiring Photographer job, Allen Dulles dropped a bombshell. She was told to use her job to meet and marry a young senator from Massachusetts named John Fitzgerald Kennedy....Jack was just as reluctant to marry Jackie, but his father threatened to disinherit him if he did not comply.
No two different people could be found in any country. Jackie's passion was horseback riding but Jack was allergic to horses! But he "rode" anything in a skirt!
At first, Jackie O abhorred the idea of marrying Jack, but orders are orders, especially as they came from her boss Alan Dulles.
Since his father forced him to divorce his first wife, Durie Malcolm, Jack was not interested in ever marrying again. Jack's father, the infamous Joe Kennedy, held all the purse strings of the family, and he threatened to ruin Jack financially if he did not comply. Jackie was actually planning to marry a young stockbroker named John Husted...
Janet was just following orders from her husband and Allan Dulles. Jackie might have been consoled by Dulles, who reminded her that Jack was very sickly, and might die at any time. Like Diana Spencer before she married Prince Charles, Jackie O believed that Jack would change after the marriage.
Jackie's fourth assignment was a CIA coup d'etat in the United States!! Immediately after Lyndon Johnson was nominated for Vice President, Dulles visited him in Texas and appraised him of his role in the upcoming coup d'etat. He reminded him of the successful coup d'etat in Cuba and the fact that the President's wife was CIA all the way.
Sinister general Edward Lansdale was in charge of the meticulous planning for the coup d'etat.General Edward Lansdale reassured Curtis "Mad Bomber" LeMay that he would get his first strike on the Soviet Union just as soon as Kennedy was assassinated.
When Allen Dulles told Jackie O about her role in the upcoming coup d'etat, she was not too thrilled. Suppose something went wrong or the plot backfired. When Dulles reassured her that the Pentagon, the FBI, and the local police in Dallas would cooperate fully, she finally consented.
Dulles also reassured her that the CIA and the FBI would do their utmost to eliminate anybody who questioned her role in the assassination.
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