Wednesday, December 18, 2013

John Loftus Website

America's Nazi Secret with Author John Loftus

The Best Enemy Money Can Buy

Frederick Trubee Davison

                                                              F.Trubee Davison

F. Trubee Davison Dies at 78; Led Natural History Museum; Aviation Pioneer Served as Assistant War Secretary, C.I.A. Personnel Director

His father,
Henry Pomeroy Davison
In 1909 he became a senior partner at JP Morgan & Company, and in 1910 he was a participant in the secretive meeting on Jekyll Island, Georgia that may have led to the creation of the Federal Reserve and has generated much speculation over the years.

Early Birds of Aviation

Hickory Hill: Home of Jack and Jackie Kennedy (1955-56) and Robert and Ethel Kennedy (1957-2010)

In the summer of 1954 the Meyers got new neighbours. John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie Kennedy purchased Hickory Hill, a house several hundred yards from where the Meyers lived. Mary became good friends with Jackie and they went on walks together.


A Project So Secret - What Mary Pinchot Meyer Told JFK Before They Were Both Murdered

Allen W. Dulles made contact with Cord Meyer in 1951. He accepted the invitation to join the CIA. 
Dulles told Meyer he wanted him to work on a project that was so secret that he could not be told about it until he officially joined the organization.

Meyer was to work under Frank Wisner, director of the Office of Policy Coordination (OPC).
a project that was so secret

Dick & Meyer Sugar Refinery NY TImes article

Cord Meyer & The Cove Estate

Cord Meyer Articles