John Connally, Ex-Treasury Secretary And Texas Governor, Shot While Riding With JFK In 1963… Talked Of Vast Criminality In U.S. Before He Died
Posted By thestatedtruth.com on November 19, 2013
Criminality and corruption, especially in the government, are today like nothing ever seen before in our lifetime. But just how bad was it back in the 1960’s and 70’s? Well, John Connally tells us in no uncertain terms, a stunning story of how bad it was. He waited until 1992 to talk about this. When John Connally finally did get things off his chest, it was with Gerald Celente, one of the truely great trend forecasters of our time ironacally this conversation happened one year before John Connally died.
This breaking block buster of a story comes from www.kingworldnews.com and can be reviewed by clicking on the blue highlight:
Back in 1992 an interesting meeting took place between John Connally (former Secretary of the US Treasury and former Governor of Texas), and Gerald Celente . It was set up because of a book Gerald Celente wrote called “Trend Tracking”….Connally spoke with Celente and asked to meet with him in Dallas, saying: “‘I read your book Trend Tracking. It’s a fine piece of work.’” He went on to talk about the Kennedy assasination and how it happened, then John Connally sitting with Gerald Celente directed an astonishing statement in very clear language — looked him straight in the eye and said, ‘You don’t have a clue what’s going on and neither do the American people because if they did there would be a revolution in this country.’”
Celente: So this was a guy talking from the top. He (when he spoke to me) drew the broad picture of the corruption that was going on and the deception and the lies. He was disgusted with it all and you could see it in his face. You could hear it in his words. It was that our whole system was running out of control. It was the general condition of criminality and immorality that was overtaking the government. Listen to this astonishing interview at King World news by clicking the blue link below.
Sources: Wise Dog Research, King World News, Gerald Celente Trends Research