“Exhibition At JFK Library Brings To Life Cuban Missile Crisis,” gushes Boston media

Boston’s media gushes about new Missile Crisis exhibit at JFK library this week.

Fine. The JFK Library has its version of the Missile Crisis. (How JFK “stood up to Da Russians!..blah..blah..blah…. “a “combination of toughness and restraint, of will, nerve, and wisdom, so brilliantly controlled, so matchlessly calibrated that it dazzled the world!” according to the hyperventilations of Camelot Court Scribe Arthur Schlesinger Jr.) Fine.

But here at Babalu we’ve got a different version, which was showcased on Canadian TV last Oct:


Entire video here.

Raul’s “dream” ,btw, was during a period when the U.S. was still offering his regime carrot after carrot, before the U.S. had even severed diplomatic relations with Cuba. Everything in the video fully-documented here.

3 thoughts on ““Exhibition At JFK Library Brings To Life Cuban Missile Crisis,” gushes Boston media”

  1. Please tell me Schlesinger didn’t actually say something so abjectly, excruciatingly sycophantic. I mean, it’s cringeworthy, big time. If he did say that, he’s absolutely discredited as a source on JFK, because his infatuation couldn’t be more obvious. Truly, deeply embarrassing. As for Boston’s media gushing over anything JFK-related, that’s like saying black people would vote for Obama over any non-black candidate. It’s pretty much a Pavlovian scenario.

  2. As part of the still partly classified Kennedy-Khrushchev understandings that ended the Missile Crisis as late as December 5, 1962, Kennedy permitted a Soviet combat brigade of 2,500 soldiers to remain indefinitely on the island, in violation of the Monroe Doctrine. Those troops acted as a deterrent to any further attacks on invasions of Cuba, which would have prompted a war with the Soviet Union.

  3. If you want to see a petulant fraud, that pic of Castro II is about as good as it gets. The old biddy is a general like I’m Genghis Khan.

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