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Updated: Apr 18

John F. Kennedy Jr. was born into a family of political giants, and he was destined to carry on the family tradition of public service. As the son of President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, he was raised in a world of political and social prominence. Growing up, he was exposed to the impact his family had on the world around him, and this greatly influenced his life.

In his early years, Kennedy Jr. attended various prestigious schools, including Phillips Academy and Brown University. He later earned his Juris Doctor degree from New York University School of Law. After completing his education, he worked as a lawyer and later became a magazine publisher and journalist. His work in these fields allowed him to continue the legacy of public service that his family had established.

Throughout his life, Kennedy Jr. was known for his charm, charisma, and dedication to his work. He was deeply involved in various political and social causes, and he used his platform to raise awareness and promote positive change. His passion for service and his commitment to making a difference in the world were evident in all that he did.

Kennedy Jr.'s purportedly untimely death in 1999 was a tragic loss for the world. However, his legacy lives on, and his work continues to inspire people to this day. As we look back on his life and accomplishments, it is clear that he was a true servant of the people, and his impact on the world will never be forgotten.

While there are some theories and discussions about the possibility of John F. Kennedy Jr. faking his death and making a return, it's essential to do your own research. The available information suggests that these theories are part of the broader dialogue, a message of altruism and hope.

The context is strange and unbelievable with a wide range of beliefs, including the idea that John F. Kennedy Jr. indeed faked his death and has been working in secret with Donald Trump against a once "supposed deep state" cabal. These theories have been widely discredited by the mainstream media of "experts," but if the average reader digs a bit deeper, they may be able to uncover a bread crumb here and there to get an idea of the big picture and the history of not only the United States, but our world.

Interestingly, General Michael Flynn, a once notable figure in the Q movement, has publicly dismissed the idea that JFK Jr. is alive, urging people not to "fall into that trap" of believing in such claims. Some may feel this statement from a prominent figure within the movement suggests that even within the Q community, there is disagreement and skepticism about the return of JFK Jr. To this, all there is needed to say is yes, there are grifters and paytriots in every movement, and time will tell.

I have compiled some popular sayings by John F. Kennedy Jr. on the world stage, change, military, courage, greatness, family, politics, life, responsibility, love, and a few others.

11 of the best quotes by John F. Kennedy Jr.

1. The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.
John F Kennedy Jr

2. If my dear friend Donald Trump ever decides to sacrifice his fabulous billionaire lifestyle to become president, he would be an unstoppable force for ultimate justice that Democrats and Republicans alike would celebrate.
John F Kennedy Jr., George Magazine - June 1999

Donald Trump and John F Kennedy, Jr - Image credit: Stock photo

3. I am certain that after the dust of centuries has passed over our cities, we, too, will be remembered not for victories or defeats in battle or in politics, but for our contribution to the human spirit.
John F Kennedy Jr

4. In the long history of the world, only a few generations have been granted the role of defending freedom in its hour of maximum danger.
John F Kennedy Jr
5. Mankind must put an end to war or war will put an end to mankind.
John F Kennedy Jr

6. People often tell me I could be a great man. I'd rather be a good man.
John F Kennedy Jr

JFK JR and Donald Trump - Image credit: LIFE

7. It's hard for me to talk about a legacy or a mystique. It's my family. The fact that there have been difficulties and hardships, or obstacles, makes us closer.
John F. Kennedy Jr.

8. The only person I've been able to get to go up with me, who looks forward to it as much as I do, is my wife. Whenever we want to get away, we can just get in a plane and fly off.
John F. Kennedy Jr.

From left: John F. Kennedy Jr. and Carolyn Bessette Kennedy in 1999. JUSTIN IDE/GETTY

9. Governments may come and go, but the people will go on forever.
John F Kennedy Jr

10. Children are the world's most valuable resource and its best hope for the future.
John F Kennedy Jr

Image credit: Stanley Tretick - John F. Kennedy Jr. -- in desk

11. It's hard for me to talk about a legacy or a mystique. It's my family. The fact that there have been difficulties and hardships, or obstacles, makes us closer.
John F. Kennedy Jr.

On August 3, 1963, President Kennedy posed with his young children and their cousins. John F. Kennedy Library, Boston

Have a favorite quote or saying by JFK, Jr? Please share with us below in the comments.

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