JFK’s Embrace of Third World Nationalists

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Please take the time to read Jim DiEugenio’s fascinating and illuminating revisionist article, “JFK’s Embrace of Third World Nationalists.” It soberly, methodically and critically destroys many court history myths concerning President John F. Kennedy intentions to foment a foreign policy revolution against the staid Cold War status quo of his Eisenhower-Dulles predecessors. This article perfectly compliments the bold truth-telling of James W. Douglass, Douglas P. Horn, and Jacob G. Hornberger regarding JFK’s forthright intentions to defuse and end the Cold War with the Soviet Union, and how these actions were reversed by Lyndon Johnson after the November 22, 1963 coup d’état. Finally here is Kennedy’s powerful and profound June 10, 1963 Commencement Address at American University where he courageously puts forth his vision of peace. This was the singular defining point of both the man and his hope for the future of the world. This eloquent speech greatly angered elements within the top echelons of the National Security State. They fully understood its implications as a direct threat to their entrenched regime.

10:34 am on November 27, 2013