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On November 22, 1963 Onassis was in Hamburg, Germany, christening a ship and Jackie Kennedy was sitting right next to JFK in the presidential limousine, so they both had perfect alibis for the perfect crime of the century! This theory of the Kennedy assassination rewrites history and will make more sense than anything else that has ever been offered up as a solution to this crime throughout the last three decades. The Kennedy murder has been a puzzle with a missing piece and this new theory could very well be the answer that everyone has been looking for all this time. It provides a possible, logical solution to the crime of the century.
From Chapter 1:
He had never been to the White House before and he had been ordered not to even think of setting foot in the United States by the man in the coffin in the East Room. Then, in one quick moment in Dallas, everything had changed for both of these men. One was dead and one was now a welcome guest in this house of mourning.
He had received his official invitation to the funeral from the Chief of Protocol, Angier Biddle Duke, on the direct orders of the grieving widow. He knew that no one would dare challenge or question his presence since he was there at her request. No matter what anyone within the family or staff may have thought. Out of deference to the widow, there would be no unpleasantness. Her decisions on all details whether it be the eternal flame, the riderless horse, or unexpected guests, were final and not to be questioned. She was in charge here and everyone knew it.
He was not there to mourn but to silently slowly move through this sea of sorrow in a respectful, inconspicuous manner. He was not accustomed to explaining anything to anyone and he would not start now. He preferred to slip quietly into the background and take on the role of discreet supporter. He was there for only one person and for only one reason. She needed and wanted him there with her.
No one knew it then, but they were the perfect pair. They not only needed each other, they deserved each other.
History will tell us what happens when the world's greediest woman meets the world's wealthiest social climber.
Of course, they will be attracted to each other and embark on a perilous course just to be together. It will not be an easy journey. They know that, but their eyes are blinded to reality. They must possess each other since each of them has exactly what the other one wants.
The woman in this scenario is none other than the beloved Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, one of the world's most admired women from the moment she arrived on the political scene with her husband, the dashing Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts. The entire country and most of the world fell in love with this fabulous couple. As they stepped on center stage, they captured the hearts and souls of their country in their pursuit of the White House. They were quite a spectacular couple. They were wealthy beyond belief and they were good-looking too. Jackie was especially enchanting in the eyes of the world. She shone like a bright light and everything about her seemed so right.
Jackie had good looks, good breeding, an aristocratic appeal and an incredibly handsome husband. Their children were adorable and their life together was the kind that fairy tales are made of. Jackie had style and class and wore her clothes in such a way that she became the style-setter of the era. Everyone tried to copy the Jackie look. Her picture on any book or magazine was guaranteed to insure an immediate sellout. She was the golden girl and she could do no wrong.
Everything she said, did or wore made headlines all over the world. But while everyone sat back in awe of her, some things were carefully kept from her adoring public: her difficult childhood, her compulsive smoking and nail-biting, her lack of wealth, growing up as the poor stepsister in one of the wealthiest families in the country and, most of all, the sham of a marriage with JFK the compulsive womanizer. The electro-shock therapy to treat her depression and mood swings and the drug dependency she shared with her husband were kept secret, and, finally, her desperate compulsive need to become a wealthy, independent woman. She would never be at peace until she had enough of her own money to not have to grovel to others for her security.
Her destiny appeared in the form of Aristotle Onassis who was one of the wealthiest men of the time. Their meeting was inevitable and nothing could keep them from each other.
The plan was simple. The President could have his precious political immortality, become a legend, and Jackie could have her freedom. Along with her freedom, Jackie would have total privacy with Ari and be done with politics forever. She would have all the money she would ever need, a husband who would take great joy in seeing her spend it anyway she chose. She would have a husband who would not only love her beyond her wildest dreams but would indulge her all the days of her life. He would never divorce her or abandon her.
It is hard to imagine any woman not being seduced by this incredible offer, especially one who has strong survival instincts. Onassis knew how to tap into Jackie's deepest fears. He was the answer to her prayers and with his unsavory background who better than Onassis. He would procure the best that money could buy and there would never be a trail leading back to either Ari or Jackie.
They would be the best professionals in the world and everything would be carefully worked out. Jackie would not be involved in anyway. Ari would take care of every detail All she had to do was agree?
This is a new theory. No one can prove that it didn't take place. It is a possibility of what would happen if the world's greediest, neediest woman meets the world's wealthiest man.
It is so simple.......a murder for a marriage!
Posted August 9, 2000
The Kennedy assassination takes a great turn when the author takes on the theory that we have always suspected all along. Now, it is finally in print! Highly recommended. PLEASE E-MAIL ME ABOUT JACKIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.