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"The danger troubling my husband was that war could be started not so much by major figures as by minor ones. Whereas major figures understand the need for self-control and restraint, minor ones are sometimes moved rather by fear and pride. If only in the future major figures could still force minor ones to sit down at the negotiating table before they begin to fight!"

Cold War: Zealots claim credit while reasonable people are slandered and ignored.

Sunday, March 17 2002

By BOB WHITE and CYNDI SMITH
nsnews staff


On November 22nd, 1963, Jacqueline Kennedy clung to the hands of a Soviet diplomat and urged Moscow to continue working with Washington in an effort to achieve peace.

Despite the trauma that the murder of John F. Kennedy had triggered, Jackeline Kennedy essentially rejected the heartfelt condolences that Moscow delivered and blurted with great, sobbing emotion, "I am sure that Chairman Khrushchev and my husband could have been successful in the search for peace, and that they were really striving for that. Now you must continue this endeavor and bring it to completion."

John F. Kennedy was dead, but Jackie Kennedy quietly pursued his legacy, and while the fanatics who are responsible for murdering her husband claim credit for winning the Cold War, the Kennedy legacy is routinely ignored and distorted. We do not have to promote the Kennedy legacy. Jackie Kennedy demonstrated it on November 22, 1963, when she delivered the timeless message; "The danger troubling my husband was that war could be started not so much by major figures as by minor ones. Whereas major figures understand the need for self-control and restraint, minor ones are sometimes moved rather by fear and pride. If only in the future major figures could still force minor ones to sit down at the negotiating table before they begin to fight!"

If anybody anywhere, at any time and any place, has demonstrated more courage and more resolve than that, please let us know. Jackie Kennedy assured the fact that President Kennedy was primarily responsible for winning the Cold War, and the ignorant fanatics who claim credit are the irrelevant forces of evil who need to massacre an entire nation to feel good about themselves -and they are so absolutely deluded that they do not even understand the difference between a massacre and winning a war.

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