Tag: John F. Kennedy
The Eisenhower presidency would see Washington taken over by business executives, Wall Street lawyers, and investment bankers—and by a closely aligned warrior caste that had emerged into public prominence during World War II.
So today, on this anniversary, another November 22, I have chosen to try to speak of what it felt like once upon a time on the chance that it might encourage others to do the same with our shared hidden history. Only by speaking out is hope possible. Only by making the hidden manifest.
Today we see the continuation of the over seven decades’ long ruse, the targeting of individuals as Russian agents without any basis, in order to remove them from the political arena.
The spirit of JFK’s space vision has certain come alive in new and exciting ways, but one question still remains unanswered: Does the U.S. have the ability to withstand the forces seeking to dissolve the republic and join a new open system paradigm?