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Seven Days in May


Watch this extremely powerful film concerning a seditious coup d’état by the Pentagon’s Joint Chiefs of Staff before it disappears down the Orwellian Memory Hole. It has never been more timely or important to see.

Seven Days in May is a 1964 American political thriller motion picture about a military-political cabal’s planned takeover of the United States government in reaction to the president’s negotiation of a disarmament treaty with the Soviet Union. President John F. Kennedy had read the best-seller novel, Seven Days in May, shortly after its publication and believed the scenario as described could actually occur in the United States.

According to John Frankenheimer in his director’s commentary, production of the film received encouragement and assistance from Kennedy through White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger, who conveyed to Frankenheimer Kennedy’s firm wish that the film be produced. JFK would arrange to be visiting Hyannis Port for a weekend when the film needed to shoot outside the White House.

The Pentagon did not want the film made for they were at war with the president.

Unfortunately Kennedy was right. He did not live to see the completed movie.

The coup d’état by the top echelon of the deep state occurred on Friday, November 22, 1963, with the brutal murder of JFK and the insidious cover-up of these events has continued for over fifty nine years.

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8:40 am on November 27, 2022