Steel Notes Magazine September 2016 - Page 20

Steel Notes Magazine July & August 2016 You May Be A Lover But You Ain’t No Dancer Charlie Manson By © Guido Colacci 2016 I have to confess that this has been one of the most difficult articles I have ever written. There is so much information, connections and facts that are hidden and have to be searched out and then putting them into context and trying to make a timeline of it all and showing the pattern is a daunting task for even the most talented of writers. I have done the very best I could. You would think that the state and the government could easily pull off such a hoax today given special effects, the internet, and other advances in social media. Unfortunately, this occurred 47 years ago and has stood for 43 years, without barely any truthers. Let’s begin by looking at the history and politics that led up to it. The alleged Tate/Labianca murders took place in August 1969. Those living through the events of 1969 didn’t have any hindsight on the politics, but today looking back from the year 2016 we CERTAINLY do. As I always say, rule number one, is to never take an event as an isolated incident, but rather to look for the pattern in events to see how they are all connected. Sadly and unfortunately, people back in 1969 still had not learned this basic concept and the term “conspiracy theorist” was only coined perhaps 3 years earlier by the CIA & FBI and applied to people who disagreed with the Warren Commission findings on the JFK assassination or as we know it today, the coup d’état of November 1963. Nixon took office in January of 1969, Richard M. Helms was the Director of the CIA and J. Edgar Hoover was head of the FBI. Both Nixon, Helms and Hoover hated the hippies with a passion and wished to destroy them. They saw them as a real danger in affecting public opinion, discourse and how people would live and protest. Today, this information is part of the public record, we know it from many declassified documents and subsequent events. The hatred of the hippies stemmed from many reasons but mainly two major issues threatened the status quo and very foundations of capitalism. One was 20 Steel Notes Magazine NOTE: Guido Colacci contributed to this article in a personal capacity. The views expressed do not necessarily represent the views of Steel Notes Magazine or it’s other contributors, staff or writers. “The be mind a learned and his books.” Guido C