June 2, 2023
There were three men who made news last week that more than got my attention. Those three men are Joe Biden's Democrat opponent for President of the United States Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the godfather of globalists Henry Kissinger and former president Donald Trump.
I'll take them one at a time.
The man who never stopped fighting the vaccine mandates Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (RFK)
RFK is most noted for his consistent and courageous stand against the Covid vaccines and the overall Covid narrative. In fact, there is no national figure in the country that touches Kennedy's scholarship and tenacity in reporting the lies and fabrications of the dark, evil Covid masters—not even Ron DeSantis.
Kennedy showed himself to possess a brave man's bravery, as he was willing to take on the entire medical, pharmaceutical, news media and political establishments—including his own Democrat Party—and to tell the truth about the phony Covid narrative and expose the evil Dr. Death, Anthony Fauci.
But RFK is defying his own party and the Washington establishment in many other ways. Should he become president, the man has promised to unwind the American Empire.
Chief among Kennedy's campaign proposals, as noted in a six-point plan published on his official website, would be drawing a line through US military interventionism abroad and « start[ing] the process of unwinding [an] empire. »
« We will bring the troops home. We will stop racking up unpayable debt to fight one war after another. The military will return to its proper role of defending our country, » the plan stated, adding that « America cannot be an empire abroad and a democracy at home. »
Regarding the Ukraine conflict, Kennedy stated that the US mission is « to end the suffering of the Ukrainian people. » However, he argued that Ukrainians are « victims » not just of Russia, but also of « American geopolitical machinations going back to at least 2014. »
Donald Trump made similar promises in 2016, promises that he broke almost as soon as taking office. Trump's assassination of Iran's General Qasem Soleimani (Soleimani's position being analogous to the Vice President of the United States), the man who was the most effective enemy of ISIS, ISIL, etc., created a unified hatred against the United States and portends much additional conflict in the Middle East unlike anything America has done since G.W. Bush illegally invaded Iraq and Afghanistan in the early 2000s. No wonder relations between Riyadh and Tehran are getting warmer. Nothing brings people together like a common enemy.
RFK also seems to have an understanding (how little or how much is uncertain) of the dark conspiracy in Washington, D.C., that drives much of the evil being perpetrated here in the U.S. and internationally.
« The evidence is overwhelming that the CIA was involved in the murder, and the coverup, » the candidate [RFK] continued, describing efforts to discredit this theory as a « 60-year coverup. » Kennedy cited the book « JFK and the Unspeakable » by James Douglas as the best compilation of evidence on the subject, though dozens if not hundreds of works have been written about the assassination and the CIA's alleged role.
Speaking to Catsimatidis, Kennedy added that there was « very convincing but circumstantial » evidence the CIA was involved in the 1968 assassination of his father, Attorney General and presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy. He described the official story of the assassination, which was pinned on Palestinian horse groomer Sirhan Sirhan, as physically impossible, arguing Thane Eugene Cesar, a security guard at the hotel who was concurrently employed by military contractor Lockheed, had actually fired the shots that killed Kennedy.
Four years after JFK's murder, nearly half of the American public did not believe that Oswald had acted alone. The CIA was concerned enough about this fact that it issued a directive in 1967 on how to discredit the so-called « conspiracy theorists » questioning the conclusions of the Warren Commission. Modern use of the term « conspiracy theorist » as a pejorative is often traced back to this 1967 memo.
When was the last time you heard a major party presidential candidate say THAT?
But this third report truly shocks me.
Controversial anti-vaxxer and 2024 presidential hopeful Robert F Kennedy Jr has thrown his weight behind another provocateur, tweeting support at Roger Waters as the former Pink Floyd singer faces fresh accusations of antisemitism.
« Roger, » Mr Kennedy, the son of Robert F Kennedy and nephew of President John F Kennedy, tweeted on Saturday. « You are the global hero Orwell had in mind when he said ‘In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.' The high priests of the totalitarian orthodoxies are trying to silence you with censorship, gaslighting and defamation. Please keep speaking truth to power! »
Nobody, and I mean NOBODY, in Washington, D.C., touches the third rail without having a political death wish. And, of course, the third rail is ISRAEL. Every major presidential candidate—Democrat and Republican—is required to travel to Jerusalem, wear the little beanie and kiss the wall and the rings of Zionist benefactors, or he doesn't have a snowball's chance of becoming president. EVERYONE knows that.
Is RFK willing to stand up to the all-powerful, omnipresent Jewish lobby and support the righteous cause of Palestinian liberation? Is this real? RFK's support and encouragement to rocker and longtime Palestinian supporter Roger Waters would suggest that it might be.
Folks, please don't take any of this as a personal endorsement. I haven't endorsed a major party presidential candidate since Ron Paul. There is still much to learn about RFK, especially in the areas of abortion, the Second Amendment, the « woke » agenda and the green energy hoax.
All I'm saying is, right now, RFK is putting the entire field of political candidates (both Democrat and Republican) to shame in his willingness to address the issues that 100% of both parties agree are untouchable. And he's doing it with courage, conviction—and charm. And he's also doing it without regard to the universal snub he's receiving from the vast majority of the mainstream media.
The Hill opinion contributor Douglas MacKinnon recently wrote a missive entitled Why I believe RFK Jr. will be the 2024 Democratic nominee. It's fascinating reading, and he just might be right.
The only thing I know for sure is that the last thing America needs is a repeat of the 2020 election. Another Biden v Trump election just might doom this country for good.
The godfather of globalists Henry Kissinger
This prince of darkness just turned 100 years old. All that means is that he has accrued to himself a more than ordinary amount of sins for which he will give an account in that eternal fiery abyss to which he is headed.
Here is a sample of the sins recorded in Heaven's court of justice against Henry Kissinger:
Henry Kissinger, the foreign policy eminence grise who has advised half a dozen US presidents, has caused the deaths of over 3 million people, according to an Intercept report published Tuesday to mark the realpolitik strategist's 100th birthday.
While critics of the Nixon-era secretary of state and national security adviser often describe him as a war criminal for his pivotal role in numerous US-backed genocides and coups, the report argues Kissinger's body count has been widely underestimated, particularly regarding the secretive, highly illegal expansion of the Vietnam War into Cambodia in the 1970s.
Between the genocides he sponsored in East Timor and Bangladesh, continent-wide terrorism, coups and death squads in Latin America (known as Operation Condor), the fomenting of civil wars in Southern Africa, and the carpet-bombing of Cambodia and Laos under the guise of chasing the Vietnamese, Kissinger is believed to be responsible for over 3 million civilian deaths – more if one counts the casualties that have resulted from advice he gave the private sector.
This malevolent, murderous man cannot escape his impending eternal damnation for much longer.
« The father of the vaccine » Donald Trump
In this short FOX Business news clip , Donald Trump beats his chest about Operation Warp Speed and the Covid vaccine, which is nothing more than a mark of the beast and an instrument of death and debilitation both to the people who were foolish enough to take the vaccine and of economic destabilization to Western governments foolish enough to subject their countries to Fauci's vaccine mandates—not to mention the vaccine-inspired government tyranny inflicted upon countries such as China and Australia.
In the video, Trump proudly proclaims, « I'm the father of the vaccine. »
How conservative Republicans can continue to support this arrogant imposter—the man who brags about inflicting the world with the Covid mark of the beast; the man who said, « Take the guns first, go through due process second »; and the man who deliberately played and then set up Stewart Rhodes (of course, Stewart was all too eager to be Trump's patsy) for an 18-year prison sentence—is truly beyond my comprehension.
Reprinted with permission from Chuck Baldwin Live.