- home page
- The Big Picture:
- global cooperation: "a joint expedition to the Moon"
- JFK speech at UN
September 20, 1963
- NSAM 271: JFK's order to NASA to cooperate with Soviet Union
- Limited Nuclear Test Ban: speech July 26, 1963
- American University speech June 10, 1963 calling off Cold War, nuclear arms race
- Robert F. Kennedy Jr. wants everyone to read "JFK and the Unspeakable"
- JFK assassination:
- official stories
- limited hang out
- best evidence
- motives for the coup:
Cold War, Cuba, Viet Nam
- Legacy of the Sixties:
the National Security State
- military industrial complex
- Truth and Consequences: Viet Nam, Laos, Cambodia, Brazil, Chile, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Ireland, Congo, South Africa, Soviet Union, United States of America
- we need a Truth and Reconciliation Commission
- RFK: not allowed to win
- MLK: a martyr for peace
- JFK & 9/11: parallels
- contact JFKMOON.org
JFKMOON.org under construction, about two thirds completed
The Big Picture:
"There are no passengers on Spaceship Earth. We are all crew."
-- Marshall McLuhan, 1964
"It is not easy to see how the more extreme forms of nationalism can long survive when men have seen the Earth in its true perspective as a single small globe against the stars."
-- Arthur C. Clarke
"For the first time, we saw our world, not as a solid, immovable, kind of indestructible place, but as a very small, fragile-looking world just hanging against the blackness of space."
-- Brian Cox on the Apollo 8 photo of Earthrise
TED talk, Why We Need the Explorers, 19 April 2010
JFKMOON.org by Mark Robinowitz, who was born the day after JFK's last speech to the UN