The Speech that Got JFK Killed…
To be honest, a lot of JFK’s actions and decisions got him killed.
We talked before about JFK’s decision to end the Vietnam War. He wanted to withdraw troops from the region, seeing the war as useless.
Obviously, this did not go well with the CIA at the time.
JFK’s speech in 1961 (New York) was another incident of a dangerous decision. There, he denounced support of secret societies and government censorship. He speaks of media responsibilities, and his dislike for underground movements in a free society.
We’ll quote that part of the speech to give you an idea…
“The very word “secrecy” is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings.”
And his words are truthful. The values of the US constitution promote an open and free society.
But this does not mean that secret societies are always diabolic. After all, you have to consider that some of the founding fathers belonged to a secret society.
Freemason values shaped the US constitution, and its founding heroes. It’s an example of a secret society that taught appropriate morals.
This means that not all secret societies are bad. It really depends on the times we live in.
You have to consider that a secret society by definition is anti-conformist. Secret societies form to host members whose values do not match the trends of the time.
After all, Freemasons in the 17th and 18th centuries were fighting against a globalist status-quo.
If you look at the nations of the past, you’d find that there were few who dominated the world. The structure was very aristocratic, with each nation holding mass amounts of territory. There was no equality or freedom.
You were either a ruling elite, or a person with no future.
To be an open society with freedoms was non-existent. Sentiments of overthrowing the “globalist” structures of the time was frowned upon.
Thus, we can see that the origins of today’s open and free society was a secret society.
But Times Differ…
Secret societies of the past were necessary to create an era of freedom and democracy. It was a means to an end, and nothing more.
If there were no secret societies at the time of the American Revolution, we would be living in a different world.
But times differ. Today, we live in a world where secret societies are more harm than good. To establish a secret society today shows your denial of a free and open society.
After all, free and open societies are the status quo.
You can kind of look at secret societies as a double-edged sword. If a secret society combats oppression to establish freedom, then they should be supported. If they combat freedom, they should be curbed and destroyed.
The Globalist Secret Societies of Today.
The secret societies of today aim to curb values of freedom. They are globalist by nature. They aim to establish a fearful mindset in the masses.
Today’s secret societies force feed values of security over freedom.
One of the main mechanisms of the globalist structure is the media. Taking control of the media and using it to create emotional hype is important.
Without the media, globalists cannot convince the masses to see “being free” as dangerous.
JFK saw the threat of media abuse, and specifically tailored his speech to speak to them. Here’s an example of how he saw the media’s role in maintaining freedom…
“But I do ask every publisher, every editor, and every newsman in the nation to reexamine his own standards, and to recognize the nature of our country’s peril.”
The Loss of Today’s Media Ethics.
JFK’s plea to the media’s ethical policies was necessary. Unfortunately, the plea would go unheard.
Today, we see a sharp ignorance of ethics in publishing. News today is all about sensationalism. It’s all about triggering emotions, and getting the eyes of readers.
Integrity has been lost in conveying the news.
This loss of integrity mainly shows up through omission of important facts. Instead of reporting violations of freedom, the media writes to the highest bidder.
You see, the globalist machine has a lot to cover up…
“For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence–on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day.”
Regardless, there still is hope. After all, globalist media is mainly mass media. And as we all know, mass media is consumed less today by people.
The Internet: The End of the Globalist Agenda.
The internet will mark the end of globalist attempts to change the world. Through the internet, people now have access to information difficult to get decades ago.
Before the internet, if you wanted to know about globalism, you had to visit many libraries. Today, a 10 second search will yield you a lifetime of information.
Thus, we recommend you spread the word about the threat. Educate people. Recruit more individuals with JFK’s integrity to speak up against globalism.
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