J'accuse Alan Dulles, J. Edgar Hoover, Lyndon Johnson and the Pentagon
for attempting a military coup d'etat in the United States of Israel.

Jackie Kennedy was the female James Bond. Licensed to kill James Bond was a fictional character created by Ian Fleming, but the real life career of the female James Bond far surpasses any of the plots in his spy novels. TRUTH is indeed stranger than fiction and Ian Fleming could never have imagined the exploits of this licensed to kill female James Bond.

John Vernou "Black Jack" Bouvier III (1891–1957).
John Vernou Bouvier

John Vernou "Black Jack" Bouvier was Jane's father and of French ancestry.

Her mother, Janet Norton Lee Bouvier Auchincloss, was of "fake Jewish" ancestry.

The original name of her father was "Levy" but the name was chaged to "Lee" when his parents emigrated to the U.S.

Janet Bouvier
Janet Bouvier

Because of his drinking, womanizing, and his failure to keep his hands off his daughters, Janet divorced Jack in 1940. Jack was irresistible to females who often mistook him for Clark Gable.

After his divorce from Janet, Jack bought an apartment in Manhattan and Jackie spent the weekends with him while she attended Vassar College.

On June 21, 1942, Janet married Hugh Auchincloss–a close friend of the Rockefellers, Morgans, and the Dulles Brothers. That meant that Auchincloss was now the stepfather of Jacqueline and Caroline Lee Bouvier.

Allen Dulles
Allen Dulles (1893–1969).

CIA director from '53 to '61.


Spymaster Allen Dulles was the founder of the CIA (Central Incest Agency).

Hugh "Hughdie" Auchincloss was the second husband of Janet Bouvier and stepfather of Jane Bond.

It was Auchincloss who recommended Jane for the position of first female spy in the newly created CIA.

Hugh Auchincloss
Hugh Auchincloss

Jane graduated from George Washington University in May 1951, with a degree in French Literature. Previously, Jane attended Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, and the Sorbonne in Paris. She was fluent in French . . . and Spanish.

Jane's first spying assignment was an attempted CIA coup d'etat in France!!

Immediately after her graduation from George Washington University, Hugh and Janet recommended her to their close friend, spymaster Alan Dulles. Jane must have really relished that assignment, as her great-grandfather served under British Secret Service agent Napoleon Bonaparte.

Dulles told her that before she could advance in the CIA, and receive her license to kill, she must demonstrate her killing ability by performing a "hit" for the Agency. In June 1951, Jane and her sister Caroline Lee left for a European vacation. That vacation was just her spying cover.

Alan Dulles and Janet
Alan Dulles and Janet
Auchincloss at a party.

In 1951, the Korean War was raging and could have turned into WWIII at any time.

France was officially neutral and only sent a token force to fight in Korea.

In June 1951, Jane and her younger sister Caroline Lee were sent to Europe on a "vacation."

Caroline Lee Bouvier (b.1933).
Caroline Lee Bouvier (b.1933).

In reality, Alan Dulles wanted to overthrow the legitimate French government and replace it with a military dictatorship. Overthrowing constitutional governments is the raison d'être for the existence of the CIA. Jane's spying cover was "reporter" for Vogue magazine.

Vincent Auriol (1884–1966).
Vincent Auriol (1884–1966).
President from '47 to '54.

Vincent Jules Auriol was the first President of the French Fourth Republic.

A CIA hit team was already in France planning to overthrow and replace him with a military dictatorship.

Jane Bond and her sister were part of that team.

The 2 spies returned home
The 2 spies returned home
on Sept. 15, 1951.

Thanks to the Directorate-General for External Security, and the Directorate-General for Internal Security, the plot was foiled. France remained a Republic, with an independent foreign policy, and she was never caught up in the anti-Communist hysteria of Dulles, Joe McCarthy, and other right wing fanatics.

The 2 dejected spies returned home in September 1951. That experience in France was considered good training for the future exploits of the female James Bond.

Jane's second assignment was a successful CIA coup d'etat in Cuba!!

Even though that coup d'etat failed, Dulles must have been very pleased with the performance of his first female spy because she was recommended for more advanced training.

From October 1951 to January 1952, nothing is known of the whereabouts of Jane. Most likely she was undergoing intensive covert operations training for her next all important assignment:

Jackie's first job after college was with the CIA. The Central Intelligence Agency, formed in 1947 by President Harry Truman's National Security Act, evolved from World War II's Office of Strategic Services (OSS). In its charter it was charged with "coordinating the nation's intelligence activities and correlating, evaluating and disseminating intelligence which affects national security."
Nothing has ever been written about her tenure there, and, intriguingly, there is no record of any of Jackie's activities from October 1951 to January 1952. She and Lee traveled in Europe during the summer, a trip that was a graduation present for Lee, who had just finished Miss Porter's and was about to go to Sarah Lawrence. The Bouvier sisters created a delightful scrapbook of their trip, which they later published in the 1970s under the title One Special Summer. They returned from Europe on September 15, and Jackie's job as the Inquiring Photographer for the Washington Times-Herald started in January 1952, but there is no record in any of the multitude of biographies that have been written about Jacqueling Kennedy Onassis that cover her activities in the late fall and early winter of 1951. (Mulvaney, Diana & Jackie, Maidens, Mothers, Myths, pp. 73-74).

After she completed her CIA training, Jane was now sent to Cuba to participate in a CIA coup d'etat against the lawfully elected government of Cuba.

Dr. Ramón Grau (1881–1969). President of Cuba from '44 to '48.
Dr. Ramón Grau (1881–1969). President of Cuba from '44 to '48.

In 1940, Cuba adopted a Constitution which was inspired by the U.S. Constitution.

Votes for the position of President and Vice President were held separately.

The Presidential term was limited to 4 years with the candidate eligible to run again after 8 years.

Carlos Prío Socarrás
Carlos Prío Socarrás
President of Cuba from '48
to March 1952.

The 1940 Constitution of Cuba was implemented during the presidency of Federico Laredo Brú and took effect on October 10, 1940. Widely considered one of the most progressive constitutions at the time, it provided for land reform, public education, a minimum wage and other social programs. It had 286 articles in 19 sections.

Thanks to that Constitution, Cuba enjoyed a golden age during the Presidencies of Dr. Ramón Grau and Carlos Prío Socarrás. It can be described as the Eisenhower era in Cuba.

Fulgencio Batista
Fulgencio Batista
Dictator from '52 to '59.

Assisted by Jane Bond and the CIA, Fulgencio Batista seized power in March 1952.

That was the end of the golden era for Cuba.

Jane spoke Spanish fluently and she had previous experience during the attempted coup d'etat in France.

Jane was also intimately involved in the Revolution that brought "Communist" Fidel Castro to power in 1959.

Fidel Castro (b.1926).
Fidel Castro (b.1926).
for life.

The dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista led directly to the dictatorship of Fidel Castro. From 1952 onward, the country was ruined by the CIA as their Mafia gained a virtual stranglehold on the economy. What eventually led to the Cuban Missile Crisis was the close ties between CIA Castro and MI6 Nikita Khrushchev.

Jane Bond's third assignment was to marry John Fitzgerald Kennedy!!

After ruining Cuba with a military dictatorship, Jane's next assignment was to marry a young senator from Massachusetts named John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

By following the career of the female James Bond, it can be proven conclusively that she was completely OWNED by the Agency. Once you successfully perform a "hit" or execution, you belong to them completely for the rest of your life. Nothing can get you out of the CIA snake pit except divine intervention. That is why you won't find very many ex-spies writing their autobiographies.

Jane at work in the offices of the
The Bond girl at work in the office of the
Washington Times-Herald.


In early 1952, Jane got a job as a "reporter" and photographer with the Washington Times-Herald.

Jane's owl eyes, with her extraordinary peripheral vision, made her an excellent photographer.

Inquiring Photographer Jane Bond.
The Bond girl, with her owl eyes, made
an excellent photographer!!

That job was not too distasteful for her as is just entailed photographing and asking people silly questions. Soon after taking the Inquiring Photographer job, Allen Dulles dropped a bombshell on Jane. She was told to use her job to meet a gay young senator from Massachusetts named John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

Inquiring photographer Jackie photographing the newly elected senator from Massachusetts.
Inquiring photographer Jane photographing the newly elected senator from Massachusetts.

Incredibly, Alan Dulles ordered Jane to meet and marry a new senator from Massachusetts named John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

Jack was just as reluctant to marry Jane, but his father threatened to disinherit him if he did not comply.

No two different people could be found in any country. Jane's passion was horseback riding but Jack was allergic to horses!!

Jack and Jackie's wedding,
Jack and Jane's wedding,
Sept. 12, 1953.

At first Jane abhorred the idea of marrying Jack, but orders are orders, especially as they came from her boss Alan Dulles.

Since his father forced him to divorce his first wife, Durie Malcolm, he was not interested in ever marrying again. Jack's father, the infamous Joe Kennedy, held all the purse strings of the family, and he threatened to ruin Jack financially if he did not comply.

Jane was actually planning to marry a young stockbroker named John Husted:

Also at this time, Jacqueline's romance with the young stockbroker, John G. W. Husted, was heating up. Husted had given her a diamond-and-sapphire engagement ring and had a talk with Jack Bouvier at his apartment. Jack was delighted with the idea of having a fellow stockbroker as a son-in-law, especially because it meant that Jackie would be living in New York, far from the Auchincloss camp. As I've mentioned, Janet found Husted not wealthy enough for her daughter and forbade Jacqueline to marry him. (Davis, Jacqueline Bouvier: An Intimate Memoir, p. 159).

Janet was just following orders from her husband . . . and Allan Dulles. Jane might have been consoled by Dulles, who reminded her that Jack was very sickly, and might die at any time. Like Diana Spencer before she married Prince Charles, Jane believed that Jack would change after the marriage.

Jane's fourth assignment was a CIA coup d'etat in the United States!!

After the debacle of the 1956 Suez Canal Crisis, everything changed geopolitically. Winston Churchill finally realized that President Eisenhower was not going to nuke the Soviets or help him restore the collapsing British Empire. His many spies in the U.S. went into overdrive as they planned nothing less than a military takeover of the land of the free.

Alan Dulles and Lyndon Johnson, July 28, 1960.
Alan Dulles and Lyndon Johnson, July 28, 1960.

Immediately after Lyndon Johnson was nominated for Vice President, Dulles visited him in Texas and appraised him of his role in the upcoming coup d'etat.

He reminded him of the successful coup d'etat in Cuba and the fact that the President's wife was CIA all the way.

Sinister general Edward Lansdale was in charge of the meticulous planning for the coup d'etat.

Edward Lansdale
General Edward Lansdale

Gneral Edward Lansdale reassured Curtis "Mad Bomber" LeMay that he would get his first strike on the Soviet Union just as soon as Kennedy was assassinated.

When Allen Dulles told Jane about her role in the upcoming coup d'etat, she was not too thrilled. Suppose something went wrong or the plot backfired. When Dulles reassured her that the Pentagon, the FBI, and the local police in Dallas would cooperate fully, she finally consented.

Jane aka Jackie shooting
Jane, aka Jackie, shooting
Jack in the head.

When Alan Dulles told Jane of her role in the upcoming coup d'etat, she was not thrilled.

Nevertheless, Dulles assured her that the military takeover would be a complete success and that the end justified the means.

SS agent Clint Hill was joining Jane to
SS agent Clint Hill was joining Jane to
finish off the President in the tunnel.

Dulles also reassured her that the CIA and the FBI would do their utmost to eliminate anybody who questioned her role in the assassination.

Jane's fifth assignment was to eliminate Bobby Kennedy!!

Much to the chagrin of Lyndon Johnson and the Pentagon, the plot unraveled when Oleg von Mohrenschildt, aka "Lee Harvey Oswald," was not killed in the Texas Theater. The plot and the assassination had succeeded brilliantly right up to the moment the police surrounded the theater.

Jane and Bobby holding hands as an empty casket is unloaded at Andrews Air Force Base.
Jane and Bobby holding hands as an empty casket is unloaded at Andrews Air Force Base.

Dulles knew that Bobby would be the main problem after the assassination.

Bobby was close to his brother and he planned to run for President in 1968.

As President, he could force J. Edgar Hoover to retire and reopen the investigation.


Bobby and Jane became lovers after the assassination.
Bobby and Jane became lovers after the assassination.

Jane was SHAKEN by the failed coup d'etat but she was not STIRRED to repentance. As a matter of fact, she was so SHAKEN that she considered committing SUICIDE.

After the assassination, Jane was a frequent visitor to Hickory Hill, Bobby's home in McLean, Virginia. Bobby arranged for a Jesuit priest named Richard McSorley to visit her often under the guise of playing tennis:

"Do You THINK God would separate me from my husband if I killed myself?"
Jackie's question, lobbed over the net like one of her casual volleys, left McSorley dumbfounded. He just stared as the former first lady poured out her feelings.
"It is so hard to bear," Jackie exclaimed, in her little girl voice. "I feel as though I am going out of my mind at times. Wouldn't God understand that I just want to be with him?" (Maier, The Kennedys: America's Emerald Kings, p. 470).

No matter how many times she confessed the murder to the priest, he could not alleviate the guilt that was consuming her like a cankerworm. Incest is not one of Rome's 7 deadly sins although the Bible calls it a horrible abomination.

Jane and Bobby on the beach
Jane and Bobby on the beach
in Long Island.

With all of Jane's "education," she never seemed to realize that it was King Henry's incest that led to the glorious Reformation in England.

Jane was in New York when Bobby was assassinated, but she kept Dulles appraised of his every move.

Iconic image of the assassination
Iconic image of the assassination
of Robert Kennedy.

Presidential candidate Robert Kennedy was assassinated in Los Angeles, on June 5, 1968.

Jane fifth assignment was to marry Aristotle Onassis!!

By 1968, Aristotle Onassis was a multimillionaire. That money would be very useful to the CIA, as suppressing the truth of the Kennedy assassination was costing them a fortune. "Ari" also reminded her of her father who was the only man she ever loved.

Aristotle Onassis (1900-1975).
Aristotle Onassis

Onassis owned a fleet of oil shipping tankers and he was also the founder of Olympic Airlines.

"Ari" had a problem because he couldn't tell if Jackie married him for his good looks . . . or his money!!

The wedding of Jackie and "Ari" in 1968.
The wedding of Jane and "Ari"
in October 1968.

Alexander Socrates Onassis was an American businessman. He was the son of the Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis and his first wife Tina Livanos. He and his sister Christina Onassis were very upset by his father's marriage to Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy. Christina called Jackie a "vampire" and advised her father to have his lawyer make a prenuptial agreement before they married.

Alexander Onassis
Alexander Onassis

Alexander died in very mysterious circumstances when his plane crashed during takeoff at Ellinikon International Airport in Athens.

An investigation proved that the aileron connecting cables were reversed on the plane.

Then his father passed away suddenly in 1975.

Christina Onassis
Christina Onassis

Christina knew that Jane was jinxed, so after her father's funeral she wrote her a check for $26 million . . . just to be rid of her for good:

A final stipulation, one Jackie had far greater reason to desire than Christina, was that neither woman would ever speak publicly about their dealing. With everything agreed, Christina wrote Jackie a check, which she showed contemptuously to a few friends who were with her at the time, for $26 million. Once she received the money, Jackie flew to Greece to pick up personal possessions left on Skorpios and on the Christina; from the yacht, she also picked up a jade Buddha inlaid with rubies, the prize of Onassis's spotty art collection and said to be priceless. Shortly before she died, Christina broke her own rule when she told a friend "Jackie was the most mercenary person I've ever met. She thinks, talks, and dreams of money, nothing but money. The joke is I would have given her fifty times what I gave her for the pleasure of never having to see her again. What amazes me is that she survives while everyone around her drops. She's dangerous, she's deadly." (Wright, All the Pain That Money Can Buy, p. 210).

After the sudden demise of her husband, Jane moved to Manhattan permanently and got a job as a "book editor" at Viking Press.

Jane's sixth assignment was as "book editor" for Viking Press in New York

New York is the publishing capital of the United States and books exposing the Kennedy assassination were beginning to appear. Jane's job as "book editor" was to use her vantage point to watch every book that was published about her late husband's assassination, and censor it if at all possible.

Jane at Viking Press.
Jane at Viking Press.

From her vantage point high up in a Manhattan skyscraper, the last days Lilith was able to survey the entire publishing world for books exposing her role in the assassination of her husband.

Authors who dared to publish the TRUTH were soon suicided or died in car or plane crashes.

The night owl Lilith–a bird
The night owl Lilith had a
panoramic view of the
publishing world.

Jane worked at Viking Press for 2 years but left because they dared publish a fiction book entitled Shall We Tell The President? The book, by British author Jeffrey Archer, has Ted Kennedy elected President in 1980, and a plan to assassinate him by a senator and his daughter.

The President escapes the assassination attempt but a senator is killed instead. In the fiction book, the FBI fails to warn the President about the plot to kill him.

Jane's last assignment was as "book editor" for Doubleday

After leaving Viking Press, Jane got a job as editor with the largest publisher in the nation named Doubleday and Company.

Jane at a Doubleday book
Jane at a Doubleday book
fare in Manhattan.

Jane's cover at Doubleday was "book editor" as she continued to watch the publishing world for any books exposing her role in the assassination.

One of the authors she worked with was a politician and Mormon named Steward Udall from Arizona.

Udall extolled brutal conquistadors like Hernán Cortés, Pizarro, and Coronado.

Stewart Udall
Stewart Udall

With Jane as editor, Udall published a book entitled To The Inland Empire: Coronado and our Spanish Legacy. Udall wrote that the genocide of millions of New World natives by the Spanish Inquisition was misunderstood. Jane advised him to tone it down a little but she wished that the Spanish Inquisition had colonized New England:

She wanted something more understated, because fundamentally she agreed with him and admired much of the Spanish tradition in the Americas. She even said that she "used to wish the Spanish instead of the Puritans had colonized New England." At the end of this long letter, in which she was as tough with Udall as she was with any of her other authors, she softened her remarks by writing, "Give my love to Lee. Happy Valentine's Day," and drew in a little heart. A year later, when the book was ready to come out, she wrote to ask for a copy of his signature to go on a bag that would be handed out as a promotional gift at a Doubleday sales conference. "Only the most Important authors go on it," she wrote in teasing capital letters. (Kuhn, Reading Jackie, p. 249).

If Jane had her way, Israel would never have been reborn, and the world would never have emerged from the Dark Ages.

Thankfully, Jane Bond departed this world on May 19, 1994, and the censorship of the books exposing the Kennedy assassination began to lift.

We can thank our Great JEHOVAH that the attempted military takeover of the United States of Israel failed. Had it succeeded, Antichrist would have spread his tabernacle from sea to shining sea 53 years ago:

And he shall plant the tabernacles of his palace between the seas in the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall come to his end, and none shall help him (Daniel 11:45).

Vital links


Archer, Jeffrey. Shall We Tell The President? Viking Press, New York, 1977.

Ameringer, Charles. The Cuban Democratic Experience: The Auténtico Years, 1944-1952. University of Florida Press, Gainsville, FLorida, 2000.

Bradford, Sarah. America's (Killer) Queen: The Life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Penguin Books, New York, 2000.

Curry, Cecil B. Edward Lansdale: The Unquiet American. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, MASS, 1988.

Davis, John H. Jacqueline Bovier: An Intimate Portrait. John Wily & Sons, New York, 1996.

Heymann, David C. Bobby and Jackie: A Love Story. Simon & Schuster, New York, 2009.

Kuhn, William. Reading Jackie: Her Autobiography In Books. Doubleday, New York, 2010.

Mulvaney, Jay. Diana & Jackie: Maidens, Mothers, Myths. St. Martin's Press, New York, 2002.

Maier, Thomas, The Kennedys: America's Emerald Kings. Basic Books, New York, 2003.

Talbot, David. The Devil's Chessboard; Allen Dulles, the CIA, And The Rise of America's Secret Government. HarperCollins, New York, 2015.

Udall, Steward. To The Inland Empire: Coronado and our Spanish Legacy. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, New York, 1987.

Wright, Wiliam. All The Pain That Money Can Buy: The Life of Christian Onassis. Simon & Schuster, New York, 1991.

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