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Requiem for a Heavyweight (Gerald Ford) by Peter Levenda

Requiem for a Heavyweight (Gerald Ford) by Peter Levenda

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At the funeral for Gerald Ford, our 38th president, former President George W. Bush actually took a swipe at conspiracy theorists. Did anyone catch that? Why did he feel it was either appropriate or necessary to attack conspiracy theorists during Ford’s funeral? Methinks the lady doth protest too much. Let’s look at Gerald Ford briefly, and find out a few things they did not mention during the funeral or during the days of post-mortem (literally) that preceded it.

In the first place, Gerald Ford was a Freemason. Okay, not much to work with there. Just odd that no one mentioned it.

In the second place, Gerald Ford worked as a male model early on in his career. Oops. No mention of that during the funeral!

But that’s not the most interesting part. Ford was actually a business partner of Harry Conover, a well-known name in the modeling business in the post-World War II era, and the man credited for having discovered Candy Jones. Candy Jones was one of his star models (and briefly his wife), and just incidentally a woman whose biographer, Donald Bain, claims was a Manchurian Candidate, i.e., a programmed assassin. Ford-Conover-Jones. Later, of course, Ford would find a berth on the Warren Commission, hence the jibe at conspiracy theorists by George W. Bush, himself an easy target due to his family’s notorious support of the Nazi regime both before and during World War II, and the fact that George Bush himself was once head of the CIA.
At the funeral for Gerald Ford, our 38th president, former President George W. Bush actually took a swipe at conspiracy theorists. Did anyone catch that? Why did he feel it was either appropriate or necessary to attack conspiracy theorists during Ford’s funeral? Methinks the lady doth protest too much. Let’s look at Gerald Ford briefly, and find out a few things they did not mention during the funeral or during the days of post-mortem (literally) that preceded it.

In the first place, Gerald Ford was a Freemason. Okay, not much to work with there. Just odd that no one mentioned it.

In the second place, Gerald Ford worked as a male model early on in his career. Oops. No mention of that during the funeral!

But that’s not the most interesting part. Ford was actually a business partner of Harry Conover, a well-known name in the modeling business in the post-World War II era, and the man credited for having discovered Candy Jones. Candy Jones was one of his star models (and briefly his wife), and just incidentally a woman whose biographer, Donald Bain, claims was a Manchurian Candidate, i.e., a programmed assassin. Ford-Conover-Jones. Later, of course, Ford would find a berth on the Warren Commission, hence the jibe at conspiracy theorists by George W. Bush, himself an easy target due to his family’s notorious support of the Nazi regime both before and during World War II, and the fact that George Bush himself was once head of the CIA.

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Requiem for a Heavyweight
By Peter Levenda
Why, this is Hell, nor am I out of it.
-- Mephistopheles
 Reality, what a concept 
!-- Robin Williams
Greetings, children. Sorry to have been absent - lo! - these many moons. rth to tell, " have  been roc#ed by or common e$perience. " have a gro%ing sense o& an$iety and nease that maybe Spea#er 'ancy Pelosi %ill trn into a Woo&er or a %eeter, bt not both. Will the (emocrats ampli&y or problems, or %ill they become merely trntables, revolving doors o&  political insincerity and stpidity, sch as %e have come to e$pect) Weird, srrealistic visions arise o& or potential &tre t%isting slo%ly, slo%ly in the %ind. Why do " &eel this %ay, %hen everything loo#s so promising *at least, &or the ne$t + hors)
Last year probably ran#s p there %ith +/0, +/1, and +23.Government scandals, deaths, accsations, political psets, and an ongoing %ar in a &oreign contry that is sapping 4merican strength and testing 4merican resolve not to mention "ra5i strength, "ra5i resolve, and the deaths o& tens o& thosands i& not hndreds o& thosands. 4t the &neral &or Gerald 6ord, or 01
th
 president, &ormer President George W. Bsh actally too# a s%ipe at conspiracy theorists. (id anyone catch that) Why did he &eel it %as either appropriate or necessary to attac# conspiracy theorists dring 6ord7s &neral) Methin#s the lady doth protest too mch. Let7s loo# at Gerald 6ord brie&ly, and &ind ot a &e% things they did not mention dring the &neral or dring the days o& post-mortem *literally that preceded it."n the &irst place, Gerald 6ord %as a 6reemason. 8#ay, not mch to %or# %ith there. 9st odd that no one mentioned it."n the second place, Gerald 6ord %or#ed as a male model early on in his career. 8ops. 'o mention o&
that 
 dring the &neral! Bt that7s not the most interesting part. 6ord %as actally a bsiness partner o& :arry ;onover, a %ell-#no%n name in the modeling bsiness in the post-World War "" era, and the man credited &or having discovered ;andy 9ones. ;andy 9ones %as one o& his star models *and brie&ly his %i&e, and <st incidentally a %oman %hose biographer, (onald Bain, claims %as a Manchrian ;andidate, i.e., a  programmed assassin. 6ord-;onover-9ones. Later, o& corse, 6ord %old &ind a berth on the Warren ;ommission, hence the <ibe at conspiracy theorists by George W. Bsh, himsel& an easy target de to his &amily7s notorios spport o& the 'a=i regime both be&ore and dring World War "", and the &act that George Bsh himsel& %as once head o& the ;"4.
 
(onald Bain, o& corse, %as one o& the screen%riters &or the poplar television series
 Murder, She Wrote.
 hat series starred 4ngela Lansbry as a #indly old %riter o& detective stories living in Maine. 4ngela Lansbry, o& corse, also starred in the &ilm version o& the ;ondon novel,
The Manchurian Candidate
. he &ilm also starred 6ran# Sinatra, not a stranger to by=antine plots and organi=ed crime scenarios. Most importantly, thogh, the &ilm %as directed by 9ohn 6ran#enheimer, the director %ith %hom Bobby >ennedy had his last meal at 6ran#enheimer7s Malib beach hose hors be&ore his assassination by a programmed assassin. Who %ere the other gests that evening) Sharon ate and Roman Polans#i. Roman Polans#i %as the director o& the &ilm version o&
 Rosemary’s Bay
 *starring Sinatra7s %i&e, Mia 6arro%.
 His
 %i&e, Sharon ate, %old be dead a year later, mrdered by ;harles Manson7s minions. 4s ?d Sanders %old say, oooeee-ooo. hat7s %hat happens %hen yo pll at the thread o& Gerald R. 6ord.*"n the interests o& &ll disclosre, " %as once intervie%ed by ;andy 9ones on her radio program, sometime in +1. 4t the time, " had no #no%ledge o& her Manchrian ;andidate stats, or " %old have been intervie%ing
her 
. 4ll o& this too# place in the era #no%n as the Si$ties. "t %as a time o& an npoplar %ar in a &oreign land@ political trmoil@ and the alienation o& 4merica7s yoth. We have all the elements necessary &or a revisit o& that tmltos time, e$cept &or the latter. 4merica7s yoth are not marching on the streets,  protesting the %ar, agitating &or political change. here is a reason &or that, o& corse, and don7t thin# the Po%ers hat Be are not a%are o& it. here is no (ra&t.Since 4merica7s yoth is not being directly con&ronted %ith the possibility o& being called p and sent to die in "ra5, 4merica7s yoth is basically nconcerned abot the entire event. "n &act, " am appalled  by the total lac# o& interest in anything remotely political, &oreign, or historical by these, or &tre leaders. We have someho% managed to raise a generation o& George :.W. Bshes. 4nd %e sa% ho% that trned ot. 'atrally, the level o& cynicism among the yoth is %hat contribtes to this startling enni. What else has happened this year) We had an importart religios leader, the &ront man &or the ?vangelical movement , e$posed as a man %ho &re5ented male prostittes %hile doing crystal meth. We had another religios leader call &or the assassination o& the president o& Aene=ela, the same gy %ho said that the people o& 'e% 8rleans deserved :rricane >atrina. 8r moral leaders are obviosly emperors in ne% clothes, and or yoth is smart enogh to see that.oday, in ;hina, the ;ommnist Party has lost its moral athority and that means great and terri&ying changes %ill ta#e place in that contry ntil a ne% moral athority asserts itsel&. What %ill happen to the nited States i& %e lose
our 
 moral compass) *" don7t mean i& or political leaders and religios leaders lose their moral compass@ that ship sailed a long time ago. " mean or people, or average  people, the people %ho ma#e this contry %or#. Where %ill they trn) "& %e can7t trst the priests or the ministers, the ;atholics or the ?vangelicals *and %e are all scared to death o& the imams, than# yo 6o$ 'et%or# and the 2 ;lb %hat options do %e have) 8rthodo$ 9daism) Perhaps. "t %old be a re&reshing change to see or yoth stdying the orah and the almd@ they might begin to nderstand ;hristianity a little better! Bddhism) oo Beatles in the Si$ties, right) Santeria) Macmba) Palo Mayombe) Aodon) 4 little too ethnic &or Middle 4merica) he problem may not lie in or religions, bt in or religios organi=ations. :ere7s a thoghtC
what if our moral !uidance did not come from human ein!s
) What i& or moral compass %as set not by the  priests bt by the te$ts themselves) What i& or only recorse %as to the Bible, the orah, the Dran, the Aedas, the panishads, the 4nalects o& ;on&cis, the (ao (e 9ing, the Stras) Why, that %old be li#e actally re&erring to the (eclaration o& "ndependence, or the ;onstittion! hat %old be li#e bilding or political vie%point on
those
 sacred te$ts! What a concept!

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