The largest mass movement in American history after the Populist uprising occurred in the 1960s when people revolted against the materialism, sexism, jingoism, racism and warmongering of the time, demanding that the US live up to the democratic ideals that it espoused. The movement clearly threatened what was then known as "The Establishment," which is often described as the National Security State.
The movement lost much of its momentum with the murders of JFK, RFK, Martin Luther King, Jr and Malcom X. By the time the Vietnam War ended, so did any organized movement to challenge the corporate control of the US government that has only tightened in the ensuing decades. That is why it is so important to understand how and why these men were killed, because the same forces are operating in the US today and evidence points to their involvement in manipualting the events of 9/11 to promote a Global War of Terror as a mask for the organized assault on democracy throughout the world.
Court Dorsey is the author of Project Unspeakable, a play based on actual quotes of those who were close to the murders, their investigations and the coverups. He talks about what happened then and why it matters now.
This show will be rebroadcast on November 22 at AM PST/ 12 PM EST on the Star Com Radio network.
Take Back America for the People is an educational nonprofit whose mission is to explain the true costs of corporate control of the US government.