Dr. Jill Stein For President 2016.

By Jerry Alatalo

Cumberland IslandAlphabet Like so many who supported Bernie Sanders in hopes he’d defeat Hillary Clinton for the Democratic party nomination, his endorsement of her came as a letdown and, let us say… disappointment. Nobody knows for certain the real reasons for Senator Sanders’ decision to decline on Green party candidate Dr. Jill Stein’s unprecedented in presidential politics offer to run with her, with Sanders at the top of the ticket and her in the Vice President position.

Given the extraordinary nature of the 2016 election, if revelations associating the campaigns of any of the candidates still standing – Clinton, Trump, Stein, Johnson (perhaps Sanders, in this election season of surprises) – with unpleasant facts about actions taken in efforts to obtain raw power came to light, a lot of people would be comfortable, cynical or unperturbed after watching the unusual events over the last year.

It’s safe to assume each man or woman running for President is aware of the personal sacrifice required for seeking the immense power of the office, along with the risks if open about altering the agendas of those who “pull the strings” in the background unseen – the so-called billionaire class. Because presidential candidates know the history of political assassinations in America, the real history kept out of erroneous textbooks read by America’s students, those whose platforms or ideas are about reducing in any significant way the concentrated power of the ultra-wealthy deserve high praise and genuine respect for courage.

It is unfortunate that of all the presidential candidates, those who entered the race and dropped out and those still standing, none of them have found it important to set the historical record straight for all Americans on the truth of what happened to John F. Kennedy (JFK), Martin Luther King (MLK) and Robert F. Kennedy (RFK). The “official” government conclusions on the deaths of these three leaders holds they were the victims of lone assassins Lee Harvey Oswald, James Earl Ray and Sirhan Sirhan.

The “official” conclusions are wrong for all three major historical events, and every man or woman who entered the 2016 presidential race knows (or should know) it. John F. Kennedy, his brother Robert and Martin Luther King were all murdered by their own government, by what has become increasingly more well-known thanks to independent media on the internet as the “deep state”, but, sadly, the nation’s political leaders have yet to gather the moral courage to admit or disclose it to the American people.

These are extremely unpleasant and disturbing facts, no doubt. The recently released 2-million word Iraq War study, the Chilcot Report in Britain, and the 28 Pages related to the events of September 11, 2001 exposing Saudi terrorism financing are equally unpleasant and disturbing for what they reveal about the secret intentions and criminal actions of wealthy and powerful individuals. Both the Chilcot Report and 28 Pages releases, the Iraq War being a direct result of 9/11, will likely lead to more questions, more investigations, and more high-level powerful individuals – most prominent being Tony Blair, George W. Bush and Dick Cheney – facing severe personal consequences for their involvement in war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Because there is no statute of limitations for the crime of murder, it is important to note that some of those directly involved in the assassinations of JFK, MLK and RFK are still alive. William Pepper is a lawyer and represented the King family in a 1999 civil trial where the jury found the Memphis Police Department and elements of the United States government accountable for the murder of Martin Luther King. No major corporate media organizations reported the trial, and every history book in the U.S. excludes the details and facts. Mr. Pepper has written a new book about MLK’s assassination, “The Plot to Kill King”, his 3rd book on the subject which includes new revelations about the truth of Dr. King’s death. He talked for an hour with Bonnie Faulkner about it on her radio program “Guns and Butter”:


Attorney and professor Daniel Sheehan (Iran-Contra, Watergate, the Pentagon Papers, Karen Silkwood, and other major legal cases) talked with radio host Gary Null about the murders of JFK and RFK, providing little-known, important historical facts all Americans should know about, and for which, along with the truth about MLK, the history books across the U.S. need correction.


People previously unaware of the truth conveyed by Mr. Pepper and Mr. Sheehan in these interviews will most likely experience shock, confusion, disappointment and a certain level of righteous indignation after hearing the disturbing details. While learning such mind-troubling truth is very difficult in that one’s perceptions of reality are painfully altered, it is important people know the truth of history as it relates to events occurring today – in particular the 2016 presidential campaign, and using moral discernment when assessing each candidate’s ideas, statements and actions.

For supporters of Bernie Sanders, his endorsement of Hillary Clinton and decision to decline Jill Stein’s offer is near impossible to explain given his and Ms. Clinton’s widely different worldviews. One could (only) speculate, given the billionaire, “deep state” agenda-altering similarities of Mr. Sanders and JFK, MLK and RFK, that certain “messages” delivered to Mr. Sanders were a strong motivating factor in his decision to endorse.

Conditions in America and on Earth are such that a Sanders-Stein team, now apparently not going to manifest, would have had a good chance to win the election, and – given the profoundly disturbing examples of JFK, MLK and RFK – leading one to consider much more sinister explanations.

Martin Luther King knew how dangerous his efforts for social justice and ending the Vietnam War had become, illustrated in his last public speeches where he talked about desiring to “live a long life” and that “longevity has its place”. He told supporters that “I may not get there with you, but I want you to know tonight, that we as a people will get to the promised land”.

Both John and Robert Kennedy knew what dangerous entities they were up against, yet like Dr. King moved forward with actions based on seemingly transcendent spiritual or philosophical perceptions. The paradoxical nature of the three men and many lesser-known men and women through history – losing one’s life as a result of efforts to improve the lives of others – is a mystery perhaps unknowable until that inevitable time all face when leaving this world.

Dr. Jill Stein’s surprising artistic ability using the guitar and her singing voice will be a welcome relief from the dark nature of the information just presented. As one whose efforts for Bernie Sanders were based on serious concerns about Ms. Clinton and preventing her from becoming the Democratic party nominee, Sanders’ decision – for whatever reason(s)… principled, as part of a secret organized political strategy, or due to sinister threats from the “deep state” – will result in many of his supporters, like the distinguished public intellectual Dr. Cornel West, to dismiss the Democratic party and move to Dr. Jill Stein.

Dr. Stein deserves serious consideration for President of the United States by Americans planning on voting in November, because of all the candidates her words most consistently and accurately convey the truth. Following a historic trend, speaking the truth these days is the supreme courageous act.

(Thank you to Jill Stein for President Booster Club at YouTube)


14 thoughts on “Dr. Jill Stein For President 2016.

  1. Stein is wonderful, I’d love her to be President. Maybe she will be, but at least the Green Party will get a big boost this year — it is so underrepresented in the U.S.

    Just some encouragement… I find nothing sinister in Bernie’s endorsement of Clinton. He did not extoll her virtues so much as set her up for future accountability — by putting her own words in her mouth. (Ralph Nader thinks the same.)

    Everything else you describe certainly is sinister. Any leader for the people is resisted by the powerful status quo, but the extent is far darker than most people can bear to imagine.


    1. JoAnn,
      How are you. Will need to edit the poorly-written sentence that might be read as suggesting sinister motives on Bernie’s part, which isn’t the case – meant to imply possible threats to Bernie for the endorsement. Sorry for the confusion… There’s talk that Sanders, Stein, West, Turner and others have a behind the scenes chess strategy ongoing, involving the possible blowup of the Clinton Foundation corruption and/or perjury charges, along with a surge of support for Ms. Stein after Bernie “dropped out”, bolstered by the endorsement of Mr. West and Ms. Turner. “Bud Meyers” and “Our Revolution” channels on YouTube talk about it; it’s an interesting theory. Reports are that Clinton’s numbers have dropped sharply since Bernie endorsed her, so we’ll see how the chess game turns out, if such a strategy has been agreed upon. Peace. Thanks.

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    1. Hello Lara,
      A video of Jill and Cornel West was posted hours ago at the same YouTube channel (Jill Stein for President Booster Club) where she mentioned “spiritual transformation”. It’s probably the 1st time ever a presidential candidate conveyed such a philosophical concept, and only reinforces Ms. Stein’s high moral character, integrity and good intentions. Spiritual transformation is precisely what humanity needs at this time; one look at world events proves it beyond a doubt. Peace. Thank you.

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  2. Laurie

    I can’t trust a man who changes his mind then endorses a liar. That alone is sinister and ignorant to me. Bernie was a good candidate until he turned and allowed himself to lower his standards and integrity by endorsing Clinton. Mind boggling, and with no disclosure of “why” from him. He left it wide open for rumors and suspicion.

    I know plenty of people who want Trump for President; I was one of those for a short time, knowing he was a corporate man. Then it hit me: this corporate goon is going to turn us into a United States Incorporated with plenty of backing and support, in spite of what the public wants. The worst thing that ever happened was making the “corporation” like an individual person entity that gets more respect and legal support than the real human individual, all under the guise of “capitalism”. I don’t trust corporations. I avoid them in jobs and purchases as much as I can – for 30 years.

    I will either vote for Jill Stein (we could sure use some spiritual transformation with our leaders) or not vote at all. I’m really tired of the circus elections. It’s like watching a bunch of monkeys at the zoo led by a lazy gorilla.


    1. Laurie,
      When one considers the fact Jill Stein speaks at a far higher level of truth about conditions in America and the world than Clinton, Trump, Johnson or even Sanders, it makes one’s choice an easy one. When she gets into the debates it will make history in America and the world. Her integrity is extraordinary for a “politician” and unassailable. Thank you.


    1. Stuart,
      Hello. Yes, it does make one wonder. Because the campaign battle between Sanders and Clinton featured some real punches thrown, it seems improbable Sanders was the “sheepdog” like some theorized. At this point he might be waiting for the legal hammer to fall on Clinton for the Clinton Foundation fraud, or his motivation has to do with staying alive after receiving death threats convincing him it was going to happen if he persisted. One might lean toward the assassination theory as a Sanders-Stein ticket would have had a real shot at winning. Things are still in flux, it seems the Justice Department will find it impossible to ignore the foundation fraud, but then again 9/11 has been covered up successfully for 15 years. 3 months left until November 8 and election day… Ms. Stein in the debates has the real potential to change everything. Thank you.


  3. The Burning Blogger Of Bedlam

    As a non-American, I am continually baffled by the continuation of the two-party system/dictatorship in the US. How is that a functioning democracy? How are Jill Stein and Garry Johnson not given the same platform as the appalling Republican and Democrat candidates?


    1. BBB,
      How is that a functioning democracy?… The clear answer is it’s not. On your 2nd question, the answer is found in the “deep state” of individuals whose families have racked up unimaginable wealth and power over generations, and whose focus is on keeping their supremely privileged position, the status-quo, in place. Gore Vidal gave credit to the aristocracy for their ability to perpetuate a situation where nobody knows who they are, or that they even exist. Follow the money will always apply in analyzing major events, including those where ultimate political power is at stake. Of course, we’re preaching to the choir… 🙂 Wealth inequality is yet a very serious problem for humanity. Monetary reform, nationalizing the world’s private central banks – public banking at the top of the international monetary food chain, is step #1 in solving that most consequential of all problems. Dr. Jill Stein is the only candidate who has spoken out on this issue, which shows her level of courage far higher than the rest – including Sanders – who fear for their lives and remain silent Peace.

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      1. The Burning Blogger Of Bedlam

        Well said. But the issue is I have never – not even once – seen Jill Stein on a TV screen or a news report or even a newspaper article here in the UK. I mean as far as our media is concerned, she doesn’t exist.
        But that Vidal reference to the invisible ‘aristocracy’ is particularly interesting and illustrates the paradigm very sharply.


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