We Need Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., But He Killed Enthusiasm for Him
Many Americans were enthusiastic about Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s campaign for president as an independent. But he turned off many of us when he said recently on TV that “the Palestinian people are arguably the most pampered group of people by international aid organizations in the world.”
As a friend of mine said, “Considering that more than half a million Palestinians are currently starving to death under the Israeli blockade supported by the West, with the Western nations cutting off support for UNRWA, I find his statement almost unbelievably cynical.” (see at 24:45 mark of this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDZ8J3UK7FQ
What a shame that such a good man with such an important voice is so mis-guided, or are the conspiracy theorists correct that it was Israel who killed John F. Kennedy for opposing their acquisition of nuclear weapons, and RFK Jr is aware that crossing Israel is death by one means or another?
Consider the case of David Irving, by far the best WW II historian whose books sold in the millions but whose assets were consumed by his persecution by Jews, leaving him penniless.
It has been clear for decades that no one who tells the truth about Israel and Jewish control of the US can possibly sit in the House, Senate, or Oval Office or be clothed in the robes of the judiciary. Former members of the House and Senate have said publicly and in writing that the minute they criticized Israel or failed to deliver for Jews they were finished. Even the intelligent, brave black woman, Cynthia McKinney, who represented Georgia in the House was put out of office by Jews for expressing valid doubts about 9/11. Her doubts cut too close to home.
Neither can a person who is not Israeli friendly survive in the media or in American universities.
The notion that the United States is an independent country is hogwash.
America is a captured nation.