What would America have become if John F. Kennedy had lived beyond Dallas & thrived as a two-term Presidency? What would Washington look like today? Where would we be as a country? Today’s guest, Karl Golovin is a JFK Afficiando & key organizer of a special Commemoration honoring John F Kennedy’s legacy and loss. On May 29, his birthday, there will be a Constitutional Assembly at the Kennedy Center in Washington, dedicated to restoring transparency in government. “Our mission is three-fold,” Golovin explains: “Petitioning for the immediate, unredacted release of all assassination-related records. Two: Demanding that the CIA should be reined into its original intelligence-only mandate, with no more dirty tricks. Three, a call to end the intimidation of official secrecy & the violence it perpetuates, shining the light of transparency in governments around the world.”
Today’s interview explores the consequence for America of Kennedy’s assassination– not only the cover up & motivations, but the “what ifs” for America today. Golovin talks about the urgency of reining in secrecy and restoring accountability. Our interview culminates in a powerful rumination on how Kennedy’s death has impacted America’s image in the world & the impact on US currency & the perpetuation of fraud at the Federal Reserve… Golovin is a terrific guest!
Strategy of Tension: A policy wherein violent struggle is encouraged rather than suppressed. The purpose is to create a general feeling of insecurity in the population and make people seek security in a strong government. Today’s guest, Eric Galati, pulls brilliantly from Italian neo-fascism and contemporary American politics to demonstrate what some have called the...