A document on Kennedy's assassination reveals a US plan to wage war against the Soviet Union
21:40 - 20/11/2017
Secret documents published by the US National Archives recently revealed that the United States was studying in 1962 the provocation by aircraft to wage war on the Soviet Union.
A report published in the framework of the removal of the US government secret of a large collection of documents on the issue of the assassination of US President 35, John F. Kennedy, that the plan was to buy Soviet warplanes or the manufacture of copies in order to carry out an attack through a military base for US or allied forces with her.
The report spoke of a meeting on March 22, 1962, which dealt with "an issue put forward by the Attorney General (Robert Kennedy, Al-Azhar's brother to John Kennedy) about the ability of the United States to manufacture or purchase Soviet aircraft."
The report said that the discussion was held with the participation of the Attorney General, the President and Secretary of State, Dean Rusk, the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, John McConn, the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, MacGurg Pandey, and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Lyman Lemnitzer.
The report, which was declassified, said there were three reasons why the United States wanted to obtain copies of Soviet planes, noting that "there is a possibility that such a plane will be used in targeted operations to deceive enemy aircraft ... and to launch surprise attacks on its positions or carry out provocative actions In the framework of which to attack the Soviet aircraft (counterfeit) on the positions of US forces or allies, which will be a pretext for intervention (military) by the United States.