This talk by FFF president Jacob G. Hornberger is part of the online conference The National-Security State and the Kennedy Administration.
In 1960, John Kennedy came into the presidency as pretty much a standard proponent of the Cold War against the communist world. By the time the Cuban Missile Crisis was over, however, Kennedy had achieved a breakthrough that caused him to recognize the Cold War as a dangerous and destructive racket. By the time JFK declared an end to the Cold War in his famous Peace Speech at American University in June 9163, he was in a full-fledged war with the national-security establishment over the future direction of America. In this talk, Jacob will place the JFK assassination in the context of other U.S. national-security regime-change operations both before and after the Kennedy assassination and will highlight aspects of the JFK autopsy that lead inexorably to but one conclusion: a domestic national-security regime-change operation that was conducted on November 22, 1963.