reply to post by HugmyRek
I was in 2nd grade when I came home to find my sister, two years older than myself, crying on the front stoop, along with my twin brother. I remember
the day quite clearly.
I also remember, at that young age, hearing my parents talk about the bay of pigs, and how scared they were about bombs being that close to the US.
We actually were dragged along, by my parents to look at homes that had bomb shelters in them. Quite specifically, I remember a place in Riverwoods,
Illinois with one. We looked at quite a few.
I remembered, at my young age, ok, where is the dog, going to go the bathroom? My chore, was walking the dog, at that aqe.
See, how fear debilatates you? My parents were actually seeking a home with a bomb shelter, and ai recall looking at a few.
We didn't buy one, a home that had one. My parents opted for a home they could not afford, with a lot ot luxury, that made us uncomfortabole for
The Kennedy assasination was a scare tactic, as in how dare you question the entire world outside of the US, and it's interests.
We who grew up living this, saw the lies., over, and over....and sitll are seeing it.
What Kennedy proposed was peace, in the world.
We can't have that now, can we? It woud surely kill the US economy, which has been based on war since W11, to do so.
edit for typo's!
[edit on 31-3-2009 by Blanca Rose]