The fact that Lennon was a harsh critic of the Vietnam War, which resulted in a lengthy attempt by Richard Nixon's administration to deport him from the United States, however made some people raise the question whether he was actually eliminated by the U.S. government.
“The only thing in my mind was: ‘Who is behind John’s death?’” Ono said in the report on Saturday.
But she refused to be drawn to speculate whether she believes it was a political murder.
Lennon through his songs imagined that there would be a world of communities. “John was ahead of his time. He often talked about a ‘global village.’ His prophecy has been realized.
“If he were still alive, he would say: ‘See? I told you so,’” Ono said in the report.
Ono believes that the world now is more peaceful than what it was in the 1960s and 1970s.
Despite her husband’s death, she remains an optimist.