(President)Truman tapped a former CFR member James Forrestal to be Defense Secretary. Forrestal stunned the Establishment, however with overtly anti-Communist activities. His initiative was largely responsible for preventing a Communist takeover in Italy in 1948. Discerning the true intent of Establishment foreign policy, he stated with revulsion: "Consistency has never been a mark of stupidity. If the diplomats who have mishandled our relations with Russia were merely stupid, they would occasionally make a mistake in our favor."
He resolved to counteract treason within the government. Truman fired him in March 1949. Forrestal then planned to buy the New York Sun and convert it into and anti-communist citadel-- an undertaking sure to mean steamy revelations about Washington.
He never had the chance. Five days after his dismissal, he was taken to Bethesda Naval Hospital (for "fatique"), where he was heavily drugged and held incommunicado for seven weeks. All visitors except immediate family were denied. Forrestal's diaries--undoubtedly exploseive--were meanwhile confiscated by the White House. His priest, Monsignor Maurice Sheehy, finally prevailed upon Navy Secretary John Sullivan to authorize his release.
On May 22, 1949, Forrestal was scheduled for discharge. But at 2 AM that morning, he fell from a window near his sixteenth-floor room. His bathrobe cord was found knotted around his neck. The death was declared suicide. Forrestal's brother Henry called it murder. The tragedy, subsequent cover-up, and contradictions in the "suicide" verdict were canvassed by Cornell Simpson in his 1966 book The Death of James Forrestal.(1)
Once you break ranks with fellow traitors(CFR) that is a mistake the Establishment(Illuminati) will not tolerate.
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(1)James Perloff, The Shadows of Power, The Council on Foreign Relations And The American Decline, (Appleton, Wisconsin: Western Islands,`1988), p. 98.