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posted ago by axolotl_peyotl [M] ago by axolotl_peyotl +92 / -2

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Thanks to everyone that voted in the nomination thread, and thanks to u/clemaneuverers for the winning suggestion!

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clemaneuverers 2 points ago +2 / -0

Maeve Kennedy publically denounced RFK Junior's stance on vaccines in an article in politico:

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/05/08/robert-kennedy-jr-measles-vaccines-226798

There might be some big pharma invovement, but given her article and stance on vaccines, she could just have been stupid and ignorant which led to her and her sons accidental drowning while trying to retrieve a ball out on the wild and choppy waters of Chesapeake bay. She's not really a public figure like other assassinated Kennedys.

There have been 3 other Kennedy family members that have spoken out publically against RFK junior's work on exposing vaccines, so if any of them die in unique circumstances my spidey sense will be tingling.

(Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Joseph P. Kennedy II & RFK Junior's neice Dr. Kerry Kennedy Meltzer)

The Luzzatto's info is interesting, thanks for sharing it.

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Xaviermgk 3 points ago +3 / -0

You're welcome. Don't forget, The Kennedys are one of the 13 bloodlines of the Illuminati.

Jackie O was married to Aristotle Onassis, likely one of the worst people on the planet (and possibly Marina Abramovic's father). That always made me instantly question JFK.

Oh, I had seen that Maria Callas was supposedly Abramovic's mother, and (upon just reading) Abramovic even just last year did a tribute to Maria Callas called "7 Deaths of Maria Callas: an opera project by Marina Abramović".

She even said (from her website): "For thirty-one years, I have wanted to make a work dedicated to the life and art of Maria Callas. I have read all of her biographies, listened to her extraordinary voice and watched her on film. A sagittarius, like me, I have always been fascinated by her personality, her life — and her death. "

Anyway, back on track, Maeve was Kathleen Kennedy Townsend's daughter though, so who knows about the RFK Jr. connection and vaccines.

Two other things. Ellen Sauerbrey felt that Kennedy (with Parris Glendening) stole a MD election for governor from her, and that there was the "Kennedy precedent"-rumors that John Kennedy had stolen the 1960 Presidential election. Hmm, where have we heard election stealing recently?

Also, personally, I've met Glendening by chance, and KKT gave the commencement speech at my college. That speech, btw, consisted mainly of emphasizing the need for funding for public education. At a private college. I was so stoked and ready to take on the world. What an inspiration.

And Glendening was a gibbering idiot in person.

Going back to my original sentence, I have a very hard time trusting any of the Kennedys. Even the "good" ones. I know RFK Jr. has been very vocal about vaccines, but even so. Russell Brand consistently demonizes things TPTB do, but it doesn't really mean much, does it?

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clemaneuverers 2 points ago +2 / -0

To be honest I'm a little dubious of Fritz Springmeier's inclusion of the Kennedy family (and a couple of the other families that he points out) in his "13 Families". I wonder why 3 of them would need to be assassinated if they were true insiders, and not a family that threatened to upset a plan or certain power structure. I've read his book and so much of his selection rides on speculation and testimony from illuminati "defectors" which can't be proven. It hink he's too trusting. He also demonstrates exceedingly normie views on some massive historical hoaxes, at least at the time he wrote the book. I wonder would he still stand by his selection now, if he continued his research, especially in the age of the internet...

As for RFK Junior, I think he's right about vaccines but has been led down the garden path in some of his other views, such as on man-made climate change. I don't dismiss him because he is a Kennedy, but his ability to see trhough one massive hoax but not another is interesting. But there are numerous people whose work I follow who are like this, so it's not an uncommon phenomenon.

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AnonymousFrog 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think RFK Jr. came up with a certain world view. One that includes fighting for the underdog and defending people rights as well as protecting the environment from mega corporations. He either doesn’t realize environmentalism has been hijacked or he realizes he can only take on so many thing before he’s pigeonholed.

Interestingly, on the his last interview with Michael Moore (Thomas Payne podcast), he said something to the effect that whatever you think about 9/11, our interference in the Middle East stirred up a lot of animosity toward the U.S. a bit of a normie attitude, like Ron Paul’s blowback comments, but you know they know.

In his book American Values, he talks about the CIA quite a bit. He he calls out the lone gunman theory.

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Xaviermgk 1 point ago +1 / -0

Everybody has blind spots. If mostly everything is a hoax, one or two are going are going to be missed.

I don't dismiss him because he's a Kennedy, I just don't "trust" him. And as far as that goes, it's like the "love your neighbor as yourself" thing. I barely trust myself, and so it goes for mostly everyone else.

Think about this as well...a good way to continue an oligarchy would be to always have a "black sheep" around...so if sentiment changes enough, that person can step up. And if that person gets too out of line, well, we know what happens.

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JollyJoker 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good point.

Iirc Jackie O was Jewish and married Onassis but that doesn't mean JFK was a bad guy. I don't think he would have had Marilyn Monroe killed. Probably Jackie or a SS.

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JollyJoker 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're thinking that RFK Jr had Maeve killed before she spoke against his research? That's a bit of stretch given that 90% of people would disbelieve him.

Maeve's death was definitely suspect. The world is full of morons and most don't drown in a canoe accident. Possibly she was just needed as a sacrifice despite being one of them. Her husband is sus.

I'm wondering if JFK's defiance brought about a multigenerational price. Like in North Korea, if you are anti-government, several generations of your family will be punished.

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Xaviermgk 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're thinking that RFK Jr had Maeve killed before she spoke against his research?

Not at all. Actually, I was thinking, like you, that she was either a sacrifice, or that she was "disappeared" as in witness protection or something like that.