Kennedy’s conversion toward peace “locked him into a death spiral”

JFK and family in Hyannis Port, 04 August 1962

JFK and family in Hyannis Port, 04 August 1962 / wikimedia (1)

What kind of peace do I mean? (…) Not a Pax Americana enforced on the world by American weapons of war. Not the peace of the grave or the security of the slave. I am talking about genuine peace, the kind of peace that makes life on earth worth living (…)John F. Kennedy (2)

“Kennedy had what some leaders might call a conversion. He turned toward peace. When the enemy is seen as human, everything changes. This conversion locked Kennedy into a death spiral (…)” – Donna Coe (3) Continue reading

Arab Spring, Arab Autumn, and Nuclear Winter?

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Fifty years ago in the last weeks of October, the world experienced thirteen days of an existential crisis known as the Cuban Missile Crisis. President John F. Kennedy, and his brother Robert, ushered our nation and the world safely through that danger, which could have ended civilization within a matter of hours.

Today, the world faces a similar imminent crisis; only this time, it is far worse.” (…)

“Since Russia and China have refused to submit to the British Imperial diktat of the zero-growth economic model called globalization and are a threat to the crumbling transatlantic banking system, they are now targeted. War with these nations will indeed bring a nuclear winter. This is the same nuclear winter that we avoided under the leadership of John F. Kennedy. (1)

David Christie, former US Congressional Candidate – (emphasis added)

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