Posted: January 23, 2022 Categories: Videos Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Gives Historic Speech At Freedom March Share this:PrintEmailGabTelegramTweet
6 thoughts on “Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Gives Historic Speech At Freedom March”
I don’t trust this guy at all.
I know, and for me there’s quite a bit of anguish in this. He says so many truthful and profound things. Many see him as a champion of the people, especially in regards to mandates (dictates). Others know what he’s a part of and continues to serve. But we experience this dilemma with many who speak out. How to discern who is controlled opposition from who is authentic? I went to sleep last night thinking about this after listening to RFK yesterday. Interestingly, this morning I wake up to this Q and A from Henry Makow:
“Question: How do you recognize False Opposition? Answer: When they don’t pin 98% of the blame for the world’s problems on Cabalist Judaism (Satanism), Freemasonry and Masonic Jewish central banks.”
So there it is. Just like you can’t be a little bit pregnant, you can’t be a little bit truthful. Either tell the whole story or you’re protecting the lie. And like I’ve often mentioned, so many of us live with our heads on the chopping block. To the partial truthers I say, “Thanks a lot. Who can trust someone who won’t stick their neck out? Not only are you non-supportive, you are abandoning the cause.”
When will RFK Jr. speak of and demand the upholding of THE BILL OF RIGHTS? Litmus test, Bobby.
Thinking a Kennedy would be virtuous
You call yourself “a citizen.” Did you know the dictionary defines”citizen” as a subject of a state or common wealth?
Citizen, noun – a legally recognized subject or national of a state or commonwealth, either native or naturalized. It defines “subject” as a citizen or member of a state other than its supreme ruler.”
Sounds pretty submissive to me, especially since we’re all our own “supreme ruler.”
As for the origin of “subject”: From Middle English – person owing obedience. From the Latin subjectus: ‘brought under,’ past participle of subicere, from sub- ‘under’ + jacere ‘throw.’ Sounds to me like supreme rulers likely want to throw me under the bus. I’ll just call myself a free sovereign American National.
Not sure what happened, but the guy I was responding to disappeared, along with my other response to him. Maybe someone got out his hammer? 🙂