Reviving the memories of President John F Kennedy and Martin Luther King seems to me to be the most likely way that threat of nuclear war could be removed and an enduring and just peace across the globe be established. Had JFK lived, the necessary trust with Nikita Khruschev to have a binding treaty to limit nuclear weapons would have been established. After that, the US and the USSR could have moved towards the total dismantling of both country's nuclear weapons. The Vietnam War would have ended and the 1967 Six Day War, which largely led to the problems we have since faced in Palestine and elsewhere in the Middle East, would have been prevented.
Sun, 2023-01-15 14:06
Broader knowledge of JFK and his murder could help achieve peace
The following was posted to the Facebook Group Canberra Conversations
The above video can now be watched non-live. Fortunately (and unfortunately) it's length is 4 hours and 22 minutes. The Schiller Institute should be thanked for convening, filming and thence publishing the Symposium. (It has also been embedded within "Live at 2:00 AM(+11): Stop NATO's World War and Dismantle the 'International Assassination Bureau'" at hxxps://candobetter.net/admin/blog/6539/live-200%E2%80%AFam11-stop-natos-world-war-and-dismantle-international-assassination-bureau [here].)
If the truth behind the murders of JFK, Malcolm X, MLK, RFK and numerous witnesses to those murders can be made widely known in 2023, even almost 60 years since those events, it still might be possible to hold to account today's heirs to those murders and reverse the coup of 22 November 1963 in the United States. With someone else approaching JFK's greatness in the White House - perhaps Tulsi Gabbard? - we could finally eradicate the threat of war from this earth.