Thursday, May 20, 2010

President John F. Kennedy at United Nations: "Never Fear to Negotiate"

"We shall never negotiate out of fear but shall never fear to negotiate!"
President John F. Kennedy, September 25, 1961


President Kennedy in this speech at the United Nations early in the course of his administration spoke of the need to seek peace. He also specifically repudiated the concept of aggressive or preventive war (as did President Eisenhower before him) which later became known euphemistically as the so-called "Bush Doctrine." How we desperately need JFK today! It remains one of the great tragedies of the 20th century that he was murdered for daring to oppose the MIMIC and its demand for constant war.

--Dr. J. P. Hubert