Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by John F. Kennedy on Crises

2 thoughts on “Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by John F. Kennedy on Crises

  1. JFK almost blew up the world because the USA said “not fair” to having USSR nuclear missiles in Cuba 90 miles or so away. Yet USA missiles at that time were about 90 miles from Russia, in Turkey. In my opinion, the USSR had every right to place their missiles in their ally Cuba.

    What is good for the goose, is good for the gander.

    Everybody thought that JFK won and Khrushchev lost. In fact, it was a tie. The USA removed all their missiles from Turkey but somehow the media forgot to tell the public about this. The whole thing could have been negotiated quietly without intentionally terrorizing the rest of the world – including small children such as myself. I have not forgotten or forgiven JFK for introducing fear of world annihilation in to a young child such as myself. Probably Soviet children were all spared this nightmare. So much for the benefit of a “free” media.

    Meanwhile the USA nuclear missile “shield”, i.e. sword, is moving right next door to Russia just as before the Cuban crisis.

  2. Interesting that Chicago’s jew mayor and Obama ally, Rahm Emmanuel, said to never let a good crisis go to waste. The jew creates the crisis and then exploits it for his own opportunity. Vile serpents.

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