Appling JFK's Vision of Peace to Stop World War IIIBy Anastasia Battle
So we are sitting on a powder keg, that’s what I’m saying. And therefore, what we did on Saturday with the Kennedy event was really an absolutely fantastic composition. I thought it was so well done, between the footage from our 2014 commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the requiem mass in Boston for Kennedy with Mozart’s Requiem, the music was beautiful and extremely impressive, interspersed with segments from Kennedy’s speeches; given in memory, if people have not ever experienced it, that there was a period when the United States was not going out for monsters, but becoming a monster itself, there was a period in which America was a force for the good. And Kennedy made that June 10, 1963 speech in the middle of the Cold War, after the Cuban Missile Crisis, and that has set a standard. And therefore, I think we have to get the American people to demand that either this President or the next President goes back to that high standard of politics...
— Helga Zepp-LaRouche
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