Oliver Stone promos Jim Douglass’ “JFK and the Unspeakable” on Bill Maher


HBO has pulled down most of the YouTube videos of Bill Maher’s June 26 interview with film director Oliver Stone for some kind of copyright reasons. But none the less, Oliver Stone brought Jim Douglass’ ground-breaking book JFK and the Unspeakable: Who Killed Him and Why It Matters on to the show and gave it a great plug! Apparently, Bill Maher had already read it.

See my interview with Jim Douglass about this book and read my column on Jim’s book.

4 responses to “Oliver Stone promos Jim Douglass’ “JFK and the Unspeakable” on Bill Maher”

  1. I sincerely hope Stone is planning some response to the heavily financed corporate media film of Stephen King’s book. King’s lone nut hypothesis and reliance on “research” by the likes of Posner, et al. will likely undo everything he accomplished nearly a generation ago. Couple that with Tom Hank’s mini-series promoting Oswald as the lone assassin and you have a thoroughly misinformed younger generation and an older generation taking the truth to the grave.

  2. Do you think, or know, if this interview is available directly from Bill Maher or Oliver Stone in their websites. Excellent book, so revealing, so scary. Evil, even in high places, is so pedestrian. Since HBO is so selfish, would it possibly be available through them. I just found your website. Really enjoyed the Frank Boyce article/lecture. I posted a question there .

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