"We've created the game JFK RELOADED with the belief that
Oswald was the only person that fired the shots on that day,
although this recreation proves how immensely difficult* his task was."


Players are invited to participate in a global recreation of the assassination
in order to disprove the conspiracy theorists** once and for all.
Its creator has offered an incentive of up to $100,000 for the first person
to most accurately recreate the three shots** fired by Lee Harvey Oswald.

Orwell had a conspiracy theory. In 1984 he said that a global organization, "Big Brother", ruled the world and that it was "a dedicated sect doing evil". Its elite members were called "the Brotherhood" and they worked anonymously behind the scenes manipulating the politicians and bureacracy beneath them, who in turn manipulated the masses below them.

In 1963 that evil organization was at work on November 22nd when its members arranged for the slaughter of one of mankind's strongest opposers of evil, John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

Since then the world has been engulfed in evil, so that we are now at the point where the next generation won't even know the meaning of the word "good". They won't believe in "good". They'll think evil is good.

Orwell said in 1984 that this Brotherhood, working for Big Brother, owned every means of communication, ie tv, radio, movies, newspapers, books, magazines, textbooks etc. They're the ones who produce the violent and pornographic entertainment and distribute it among the people. Their goal is to "totally demoralize society" and they are willing to:

"- commit murder
- commit acts of sabotage
- betray their country to foreign powers
- cheat, forge, and blackmail
- corrupt the minds of children
- distribute habit-forming drugs
- encourage prostitution
- disseminate venereal diseases" etc etc.

No doubt the evil Brotherhood is behind the creation of a new video-game named JFK RELOADED which they released today, November 22nd, 2004, the 41st anniversary of JFK's assassination.

The aim of the game is to blow JFK's brains out, or failing that, blow Jackie's brains out. Players can see blood and gore flying out the holes they make with their virtual bullets. That is, of course, if they are good enough to score a hit on a small moving target obscured by tree branches using a World War Two, faulty-scoped, bolt-action rifle that the Italians discarded and which can't be reloaded in six-seconds once, let alone twice. But if anyone DOES succeed, there's prize money of $100,000.

I wonder who the pre-ordained winner will be. Afterall, anything's possible in the movies or video games. All the player has to do is use a virtual magic bullet that will:

- hit the President in the back
- exit from his throat
- enter Connally's back
- exit his chest near the right nipple
- enter & exit his right wrist shattering the radius bone
- enter his left leg embedding itself above the knee
- drop out of his body in the hospital in pristine condition

Magic Bullet

That's what the Warren Commisison says a bullet that hit President Kennedy did. That's why it's nicknamed "The Magic Bullet". If THREE shots were fired, and the SECOND one hit the curb, and the THIRD one hit JFK in the head, then the FIRST one had to do all the other above-mentioned stuff*.

Orwell said that Big Brother could "twist reality into whatever shape it pleased" and that Big Brother would tell you that "two plus two equals five and you would have to believe it". If you didn't, "they'd shoot you in the neck behind the ear". Or through the front of the head from a grassy knoll, like they did to JFK. ~ Jackie Jura

**conspiracy, noun
1. the act of conspiring; secret planning to do something unlawful or wrong;
2. a combination of persons for an evil or unlawful purpose; plot or intrigue
3. in law, an agreement by two or more persons to act unlawfully
~ World Book dictionary

New Video Game Recreates Kennedy Assassination
by Ben Berkowitz, Sun Nov 21, 2004, Reuters

LOS ANGELES - A new video game to be released on Monday allows players to simulate the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy. The release of "JFK Reloaded" is timed to coincide with the 41st anniversary of Kennedy's murder in Dallas and was designed to demonstrate a lone gunman was able to kill the president.

"It is despicable," said David Smith, a spokesman for Massachusetts Sen. Edward Kennedy, the late president's brother. He was informed of the game on Friday but declined further comment. Kirk Ewing, managing director of the Scottish firm Traffic Games, which developed the game, said he understood some people would be horrified at the concept, but he insisted he and his team had nothing but respect for Kennedy and for history. "We believe that the only thing we're exploiting is new technology," said Ewing, a former documentary filmmaker and senior executive with Scottish developer VIS, responsible for games like "State of Emergency." He said he sent Edward Kennedy a letter before the game's release. Ewing said the game was designed to undermine the theory there was some shadowy plot behind the assassination. "We believe passionately there was no conspiracy," he said.

Traffic Games said the objective was for a player to fire three shots at Kennedy's motorcade from assassin Lee Harvey Oswald's digitally recreated sixth-floor perch in the Texas School Book Depository. Points are awarded or subtracted based on how accurately the shots match the official version of events as documented in by the Warren Commission, which investigated Kennedy's assassination. Shooting the image of Kennedy in the right spots in the right sequence adds to the score, while "errors" like shooting first lady Jacqueline Kennedy lead to deductions.

Each shot can be replayed in slow motion, and the bullets can be tracked as they travel and pass through Kennedy's digitally recreated body. Players can choose to see blood by pressing a "blood effects" option. Players can view the motorcade from a number of angles, including the perspective of filmmaker Abraham Zapruder and a view from the "grassy knoll" where some conspiracy theorists believe a second gunman was stationed.

The game will be available via download for $9.99.

New 'Docu-Game' Brings History to Life
by Recreating the Assassination of John F. Kennedy, Yahoo

Sunday, Nov 21, 2004
History and Technology Combine to Create an Interactive Title
that Could Clarify One of the Foremost Controversies of the Century

GLASGOW, Scotland -- On the eve of the 41st anniversary of John Fitzgerald Kennedy's murder, a dramatic new 'docu-game' is set to bring his tragic assassination by Lee Harvey Oswald to life for a whole new generation. JFK: Reloaded recreates the last few moments of the President's life and challenges participants to help disprove any conspiracy theory by recreating the three shots fired from the infamous sixth floor of the Dallas book repository.

It has taken a ten-man team seven months to research and six months to program an accurate recreation of the surroundings and events of November 22, 1963 in downtown Dallas, as specified in the Warren Commission report. Painstakingly detailed, the reconstruction enables players to examine the challenges that faced Oswald and determine on their own if he was, in fact, the only shooter on that fateful day.

Crucially, it shows how so many conspiracy theories have emerged surrounding the incident given the difficulty of the task. "This new form of interactive entertainment brings history to life and will stimulate a younger generation of players to take an interest in this fascinating episode of American history," commented Kirk Ewing, Managing Director of Traffic and the creator of JFK: Reloaded. "We've created the game with the belief that Oswald was the only person that fired the shots on that day, although this recreation proves how immensely difficult his task was."

Although they are based in Glasgow, Scotland, Traffic is aware of the passion in the U.S. surrounding the death of one of America's greatest heroes and is determined to promote the title respectfully while at the same time encouraging as many people as possible to take part in the challenge. Offered as a download only product from the http://www.jfkreloaded.com internet site for $9.99, players are invited to participate in a global recreation of the assassination in order to disprove the conspiracy theorists once and for all. Traffic has offered an incentive of up to $100,000 for the first person to most accurately recreate the three shots fired by Lee Harvey Oswald.

"We genuinely believe that if we get enough people participating we'll be able to disprove once and for all any notion that someone else was involved in the assassination of President Kennedy. The computer ballistics model says it's possible, but players will discover just how hard it is to place those three bullets in exactly the same way that Oswald did," said Kirk Ewing.

November 22, Now a Game
Newsweek, November 29, 2004 issue

If history, as the saying goes, repeats itself, first as tragedy, then as farce, we must now add to that list, "then as videogame." This week Scotland-based publisher Traffic Games is releasing "JFK: Reloaded," an interactive simulation that allows users to re-create the Nov. 22, 1963, assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas.

"Our premise is that there was no conspiracy, that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone," says Traffic's Kirk Ewing, who has both produced documentaries for British television and worked on such games as the riot simulator State of Emergency, and whose colleagues were involved with the controversial hit Grand Theft Auto. "What we're asking people to do is re-explore the Kennedy assassination through interactive technology."

Players are first placed at the sixth-floor window in the book depository where they attempt to pull off the same sequence of shots as did Oswald during the brief period of time that the motorcade is visible from Oswald's vantage point. According to Ewing, the number of shots and the accuracy thereof are affected by the reload time for the bolt-action rifle and realistically modeled wind and dropoff. Afterward, players are scored on how closely they came to re-creating the original event; to encourage gamers to buy the $9.99 download-only product, Ewing says those who come closest to replicating the assassination can win up to $100,000. Players can see and instantly replay what they've done from a variety of witness locations, like the grassy knoll and the Zapruder film or review their bullet trajectories.

The squirm-inducing "docu-game" plays more like a brief episode of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" than Doom III; the only blood effect in the game occurs if players achieve a head shot to the virtual president, and it can be switched off. What makes it disturbing is not the simulation; after all, ABC's Peter Jennings hosted a TV special last year based around a computer simulation of the same event. But by presenting it in the form of a videogame, complete with a profit motive and a cash prize, the "game" clearly trivializes an American tragedy. Asked for comment, a spokesman for Sen. Ted Kennedy would only say, "It's despicable."





5.Pyramidal New World Order and 4.Old World Destruction and 2.Big Brother and 35.The Brotherhood and 16.Ministry of Truth and 25.Prolefeed and 17.Falsification of Past and 28.Reality Control and 1.Winston's Diary


Jackie Jura
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