The speech that sealed John F. Kennedy's fate? - Today still up-to-date!
On April 27, 1961 John F. Kennedy gave an extraordinary speech in New York to the most important newspaper publishers about "a great threat." He spoke about the "serious danger that an announced need for increased security (...) will be used to extend its meaning to the limits of official censorship and secrecy" and "this because of a monolithic (unified) and ruthless conspiracy, which is being opposed all over the world". He asked the newspapers to alert the American people and to inform them about everything without restriction.