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by Morley Evans
In October 1962, the Cuban missile crisis threatened to escalate into World War III. War was averted by the diplomatic cooperation of John F. Kennedy and Nikita Khrushchev. Kennedy was assassinated in November 1963. Khrushchev was replaced the next year. The Cold War continued for another 22 years. Gorbachev and Reagan negotiated to end the Cold War at Reykjavik in October 1986, yet the Cold War never really ended. Reagan's successors continued Washington's historic megalomania. American aggression continued apace. After the Soviet Union evaporated in December 1991, Washington licked its chops and Russia — despite trying to make friends — kept it's powder dry.
In 1962, everyone was very alarmed by the danger. Today, everyone has been lulled to sleep by the media that has been taken over by Washington. You won't see or hear these words in the "main stream media," but you had better wake up and read them now.
"President John F. Kennedy faced down the demand from the Joint Chiefs of Staff for a first strike on the Soviet Union. The US military argued that whereas Moscow had the H-bomb, Moscow lacked effective means of delivery and that the US could take Russia out with little risk to the American population. The Joint Chiefs’ proposal to murder millions and to risk more infuriated President Kennedy."