‘Carmine Savastano’

2ppToday, I’d like to welcome Carmine Savastano, author of “Two Princes And A King” to The Thursday Interview. Before we get started, a quick intro!

Carmine Savastano has spent years studying and revealing additional primary evidence in multiple political assassination cases. He specializes in primary documents and related historical papers. The Mary Ferrell Foundation has accepted multiple instances of his research findings concerning previously coded Central Intelligence Agency operations, projects, and assets. He appears regularly in the independent media and maintains a historical research blog. Savastano is the Editor of the Neapolis Media Group, a small independent aggregate news organization.


No.1 Would you break the law to save a loved one? .. why? It depends on the crime they committed and if their treatment under the law was just. I believe that everyone should have the same rights under the law and that unjust enforcement should be opposed to anyone who values personal freedom. However, I also realize that law and order exist to protect society and preserve the chance for people to seek proper justice under the law.

No.2 What is the difference between being alive and truly living? Being alive is merely existing without seeking to undertake more than survival requires, truly living is giving actions and words value by seeking meaning and accomplishments far beyond our basic needs.

No.3 What motivates you to write? Writing allows me to share my ideas and research, present evidence, dispel myths, and seek a greater understanding of history. Without writing, I would have to find people willing to sit down and listen to me tell a story for eight to twelve hours which is not an easy feat.

No.4 Why do humans want children? I would contend for a variety of reasons. This would include the natural evolutionary inclination to procreate and prevent the humanity’s extinction, biological immortality, someone to help them later in life, and to carry on a family name.

No.5 What was the biggest challenge in creating your book ”Two Princes And A King” ? My greatest challenge was deciding what evidence to use and what evidence not to include. There are millions of pages of historical documents related to the subject of my book, some are quite familiar to the public and others were largely unknown. I sought to offer a substantial collection of the most significant related evidence to provide the reader with a greater understanding of these historical events.

No.6 What is the most important thing you have learned in life so far? That no matter how much we know there is always more to learn and often information lies beyond our reach. The only way to make progress is to keep writing, researching, and learning as we develop our investigative abilities.

No.7 How did you come up with the title “Two Princes And A King” ? After reading the many admiring memories and recollections of those around President John F. Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King, and Senator Robert F. Kennedy it struck me they were seemingly American nobility. I chose the princely descriptions of the Kennedys and the viewed Martin Luther King as the leader of a movement who lived by higher ideals and non-violence, or a wise king. Thus my title “Two Princes And A King.”

No.8 How do you handle personal criticism? I try to be reasonable and open to any valid criticism and correct errors if I am mistaken. I attempt to never personally criticize others but rather criticize bad ideas without evidence. Various people who largely deal in personal insults because the evidence I offer is not their liking have called me all manner of things. I attempt to not engage in useless debates but offer my ideas and evidence for consideration. However, if someone is utterly unreasonable and cannot participate without insulting others, I do spare a little sarcasm and humor for them.

No.9 Why should people read your book? Because portions of history that many believe are incorrect and incomplete. My book offers substantial evidence for the reader but does not insist they agree with me. The book invites readers to inspect the flaws and problems with not just problematic official claims, but various public claims that are just as unreliable. It offers verifiable ideas and possible scenarios based on evidence. The book additionally includes new verifiable historical research and valuable facts not present in multiple prior official investigations.

No.10 Why is there something rather than nothing? We live in a continually expanding universe that allows for endless possibilities and variations of matter. While matter is continually created and destroyed, energy cannot be created nor destroyed and this would seem to assure that something would exist in our universe rather than nothing.

Thank you 🙂 For taking the time to answer
my questions & the best of luck with your new book:

Two Princes And A King

“Two Princes And A King” is a concise review of three political assassinations. The deaths of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Robert Kennedy occurred in just over five years. Improbable suspects assertedly struck down three prominent leaders; each forever alters the course of American history. The book reviews primary evidence that showcases deception, incompetence, and errors in the legal record. Revisited are the official and public assertions that have slowly eroded with time. Suggestions regarding those who allegedly undertook conspiracies to hide the truth are offered. A breadth of new information, possible suspects, and intense scrutiny on the primary evidence of each case is offered.




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