Deux réflexions qui tentent de se hausser au niveau « sacré » de l’analyse péremptoire ont attiré mon attention ces jours derniers.
Following the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962, President Kennedy announced he would ban the testing of nuclear weapons. He called for an end to the Cold War and the removal of troops from South Vietnam. Kennedy also put an end to the Pentagon's plan to invade Cuba and refused to provide air support for the Bay of Pigs invasion. It was the last straw when he forced the resignation of Allen Dulles, the director of the CIA. The National Security State said Kennedy had to go. They said he was a threat to national security.
[ 06/08/2014 - 08:03 AM ] HAVANA, (PIC)– Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro has charged that Israel’s offensive on the Gaza Strip was a new form of fascism. “I think that a new and disgusting form of fascism is emerging with considerable force at this moment in human history,” Castro wrote in a column in […]