John Fitzgerald Kennedy

America's Peace Promoting President

JFK inspired American missile manufacturing corporations to help land men on the Moon.
He stopped Operation Northwoods - false flag terror attack to justify war with Cuba.
He halted the dangerous, radioactive, nuclear powered jet program.
He forbid the CIA to engage in covert military operations.
He signed the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty with Russia.
He installed the Hot Line to Premier of Russia.
Pulitzer Prize winner the for book Profiles in Courage
He and RFK cracked down on crime and the Mafia.
He was withdrawing troops from Viet Nam.
He founded the Peace Corps.

KennedyForSenator The Life and Times of John F. Kennedy
Born in 1917, educated at the finest prep schools and Harvard University, JFK joined the U.S. Navy just prior to WWII, and commanded PT-109.  He was awarded as a hero, and returned to Boston to run for Senator. He was elected President along with VP LBJ.  He signed the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, founded the Peace Corps, and solved the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The Kennedys - mini series April 2011
TV production in 8 episodes unfolding the fascinating story of America's most legendary political family, the Kennedy Family.   Episode 1 part 1
Kennedy Nixon debate
John F. Kennedy vs. Richard M. Nixon

Operation Northwoods
False Flag terrorist attack planned by the Joint Chiefs of Staff
to create a Pretext For War with Cuba.
President Kennedy disapproved the plan, and transferred Admiral Lemnitzer to Belgium.
JFK Cuban Missile Speech 10/22/1962
October 14 - 28, 1962
Soviets were putting nuclear missiles in Cuba.  JFK demanded their removal. Russia finally agreed.  JFK stood up to the Joint Chiefs of Staff who wanted war.
Movie: Thirteen Days   IMDB

John F. Kennedy, Rice University, Sept. 12, 1962  Houston TX  "We choose to go to the Moon"
"Many years ago the great British explorer George Mallory, who was to die on Mount Everest, was asked why did he want to climb it. He said, 'Because it is there.' Well, space is there, and we're going to climb it, and the moon and the planets are there, and new hopes for knowledge and peace are there. And, therefore, as we set sail we ask God's blessing on the most hazardous and dangerous and greatest adventure on which man has ever embarked."

JFK was a much loved President with a good sense of humor, and sense of Freedom of Speech.
When asked what he thought of comedian Vaughn Meader imitating him,
JFK said: "I think he sounds a lot more like Teddy."

JFK after Two Years of Presidency

JFK interview with NBC's Huntley & Brinkley
29 May 1917 - 22 November 1963

Honor JFK on the 48th anniversary of his assassination.
Host your own viewing of various videos about JFK.
1. Invite your friends to your home or
local library
2. Use a screen with internet access
3. Show videos and
enjoy the discussion

Here is an example of what a small town is doing free of charge.

In 1964
Lyndon Johnson's picked Warren Commission
including Allen Dulles (CIA Director fired by JFK)
with no scientists or modern forensics techniques

 concluded there was 1 gunman, 3 shots

In 1979
using more advanced forensics technology
and access to the Zapruder Film, the Official
US House Select Committee on Assassinations

concluded there were
2 gunmen, 4 shots

Lone Gunman Theory

Official Conspiracy Theory

The official U.S. Government conclusion is that there WAS a conspiracy, and
"scientific acoustical evidence establishes a high probability that
two gunmen
fired at President John F. Kennedy".

House Joint Resolution 454  
Oliver Stone speaks to U.S. Congress
House Government Operations Subcommittee
CSPAN April 28, 1992     also on YouTube
"Provide for the expeditious disclosure of records relevant to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy"
Congressman John Conyers, D-Mich  Chairman
Congressman Frank Horton, R-NY

Lincoln and Kennedy Similarities