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08-07-2018, 05:55 PM
The West Hollywood City Council on Monday evening voted unanimously to remove President Donald Trump’s Walk of Fame Star.

The resolution calls on both the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and City of Los Angeles to remove President Trump’s the star due to his “disturbing treatment of women and other actions.”

Yes they are absolutely correct !


Joseph P. Kennedy


Janet Fontaine

Marlene Dietrich

Gloria Swanson

Clare Booth Luce

Kennedy rejected the belief of Winston Churchill that any compromise with Nazi Germany was impossible. Instead, he supported Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's policy of appeasement. Throughout 1938, while the Nazi persecution of the Jews in Germany intensified, Kennedy attempted to arrange a meeting with Adolf Hitler.[39] Shortly before the Nazi bombing of British cities began in September 1940, Kennedy once again sought a personal meeting with Hitler without the approval of the U. S. Department of State, in order to "bring about a better understanding between the United States and Germany".[

In British government circles during the Blitz, Kennedy was widely disparaged as a defeatist. He retreated to the countryside during the bombings of London by German aircraft, at a time when the British Royal Family, Prime Minister, government ministers, and other ambassadors chose to stay in London. (This prompted a member of Britain's Foreign Office to say, "I thought my daffodils were yellow until I met Joe Kennedy.")

Kennedy as ambassador


Daughter Rosemary

In November 1941 Dr. James Watts carried out a frontal lobotomy on Rosemary Kennedy’s brain at a facility in upstate New York.

A psychiatrist present at the lobotomy asked Rosemary to tell him stories and repeat the months of the year. The doctor kept scraping away brain tissue until Rosemary could no longer talk.

Only then did Dr. Watts stop.

Following the lobotomy, Rosemary could barely walk and knew only a few words. She would spend most of her life hidden away from the world and even her own family.

By kindergarten, Rosemary was called “retarded,” in the lingo of the times, and such children were considered defective. For Joe Kennedy, obsessed with the family image, it was a disaster.

Rosemary never proceeded mentally beyond third or fourth-grade intelligence and she was packed off to a boarding school for misfits.

At twenty she was "a picturesque young woman, a snow princess with flush cheeks, gleaming smile, plump figure, and a sweetly ingratiating manner to almost everyone she met."

As Larson writes, “Her parents found her sexuality dangerous.

Later, Joe and Rose told all who asked that Rosemary was teaching at a school for handicapped students in the Midwest. In fact, she was in a home in Wisconsin, had the mind of a two-year-old, and was unable to do anything for herself.


John F. Kennedy (Mr. Camelot)
Mistresses (known)

) Blaze Starr (Stripper)

2) Gene Tierney (Actress)

3) Ellen Rometsch (Prostitute)

4) Gunilla Von Post (Swedish socialite)

5) Mimi Alford (White House Intern)

6) Pamela Turanure (Jackie's press secretary)

7) Mary Pinchot Minor (shot once in the head once in the back in 1964) Arkasisde ?

8) Judith Campbell Exner (Introduced to Kennedy by mobster Sam Giancana)

9) Jill Cowan (White House secretary)

10) Priscilla Weir (Kennefy's secretary)

11) Marlene Dietrich (Also a favorite of his father Joseph P. Kennedy)

12) Angie Dickenson (Actress)

13) Inga Arvad (Journalist)

14) Marilyn Monroe (Suicide) :rotfl: (the emoji is not to disrespect Ms. Monroe)

Supposedly former White House intern Mimi Alford’s memoir about her affair with President Kennedy: He once asked her to do, well, something naughty with his brother Ted.

Mimi, why don’t you take care of my baby brother,” she recalls him asking when she met the men in a Boston hotel suite in October 1963. “He could stand a little relaxation.”

Robert Kennedy Jr.

Bobby's first sexual experience was at a whorehouse in Harlem, New York, at 21 after his father paid for him to have sex with a black woman - Bobby's verdict afterwards was that it 'wasn't bad, but it wasn't fabulous either'.

Kim Novak (actress)

Lee Remick (actress)

Claudine Longet (Singer)

Jackie Kennedy ( rumor only)

Teddy Kennedy (noted scuba diver and race car driver)

1) Mary Jo Kopechne

2) Other despicable behavior

It was evening and she and her 16-year-old page, an attractive blonde, were walking down the Capitol steps on their way home from work when Kennedy's limo pulled up and the senator opened the door. In the backseat stood a bottle of wine on ice. Leaning his graying head out the door, the senator popped the question: Would one of the girls care to join him for dinner? No. How about the other? The girls said no thanks and the senator zoomed off. Kennedy, the formal page said, made no overt sexual overtures and was "very careful to make it seem like nothing out of the ordinary."

A former mid-level Kennedy staffer, bitterly disillusioned, recalls with disgust one (now ex-) high-ranking aide as "a pimp…whose real position was to procure women for Kennedy." The fellow did have a legitimate job, she says, but also openly bragged of his prowess at getting attractive and beddable dates for his boss.

Says Bill Thomas, writer of the "Heard on the Hill" column for Roll Call, the well-regarded newspaper of Capitol Hill, "He's off the reservation…out of control…He has no compunctions whatsoever." Thomas likens Kennedy and Dodd to "two guys in a fraternity who have been loosed upon the world."

The Waitress Sandwich Episode:

As Gaviglio enters the room, the six-foot-two, 225-plus-pound Kennedy grabs the five-foot-three, 103-pound waitress and throws her on the table. She lands on her back, scattering crystal, plates and cutlery and the lit candles. Several glasses and a crystal candlestick are broken. Kennedy then picks her up from the table and throws her on Dodd, who is sprawled in a chair. With Gaviglio on Dodd's lap, Kennedy jumps on top and begins rubbing his genital area against hers, supporting his weight on the arms of the chair. As he is doing this, Loh enters the room. She and Gaviglio both scream, drawing one or two dishwashers. Startled, Kennedy leaps up. He laughs. Bruised, shaken and angry over what she considered a sexual assault, Gaviglio runs from the room. Kennedy, Dodd and their dates leave shortly thereafter, following a friendly argument between the senators over the check.