What I’m Crunching — June 4, 2023

Book I’m Reading

This week I finished JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why It Matters by James W. Douglass.

Douglass’ thesis is simply this: the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States of America conspired to assassinate JFK, coordinated and carried out the assassination, and then covered it up.

He presents an extraordinarily convincing case. He uses a variety of recently unclassified reports (the book was written in 2008), witness testimonies, private letters, and many of his own interviews with witnesses. Douglass makes sense of circumstances around JFK’s murder that, in hindsight, appear to have been intentionally obfuscated.

Articles I’m Reading

You Are Not Destined to Live in Quiet Times (Walter Russell Mead via Tablet Magazine)

Why Churches Should Consider Corporately Affirming Missionaries (Chip Bugnar via Radical)

‘In a lot of the world, the clock has hit midnight’: China is calling in loans to dozens of countries from Pakistan to Kenya (Bernard Condon and The Associated Press via Fortune)

Video I’m Watching

Tweets I’m Reading

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