Project Apario Fights to Reveal the Truth of JFK's Assassination
Be among the first in this generation to learn the circumstances leading up to 11/22/1963 and what happened afterward by discovering and reading key documents on Project Apario
Unlike the Twitter Files which are not yet public, 165,000 more pages of the decades-delayed JFK Assassination Files were released publicly yesterday by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Commentators Tucker Carlson and John Bolton quickly weighed in, but many researchers had already begun reading the open source intelligence (OSINT) themselves instead of relying on these and other influencers.
However, once AGAIN—just as was done in 2017/18 and in 2021—the National Archives released these files in a flattened PDF format which means they are UNSEARCHABLE. (The NARA search available on the documents relates to metadata but not the actual contents of those pages.)
The good news is that Project Apario exists to provide researchers an antidote to the false transparency offered by the federal agency, NARA. With Apario, anyone can review the injested files that have been processed using ocular character recognition (OCR), which enables searches to be done on the full text, to be available next week.
However guests and members can already conduct advanced searches on the JFK Files from 2017/18 and 2021 or StumbleInto™ many other declas and FOIA records in the archives.
Your Patriotic Civic Duty
Now is the time to exercise one’s civic duty to participate in discovering the truth in these files.
Do not be confused by commentators and influencers.
Do not settle for the mere feeling of knowing.
Do not let your heart be troubled.
The truth goes far beyond what happened on Nov 22, 1963. And the truth of the matter is as relevant today as it was 60 years ago.
To start, members can perform advanced searches like “of cia and communist infiltration”. (Guests may still perform basic searches.)
Be among the first in this generation to learn the circumstances
Congress enacted the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992 mandating that all assassination-related material be housed in a single collection in the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), but it wasn’t until 2017 when the first batch of files was publicly released. Even with the recent release, thousands of files have now been withheld beyond yesterday’s deadline.
Now, a new generation is using tools like Project Apario to take ownership of not only learning the truth but also helping to restore transcriptions to files that are difficult to read.
Members may also enjoy quizzes created by fellow members and build timelines to organize the vast quantities of information.
With the decline in civics taught in schools (but a resergence of the topic in home schooling), what better way to involve oneself in the revival of this great country?
Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country.
—John F. Kennedy
Join Project Apario today and fulfill your patriotic civic duty.