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Here is a link to Kennedy's announcement speech. Interesting that they chose to put it on youtube. If youtube takes it down, will there be accusations of election interference?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsuLBPjdt-w&t=26s

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Apr 22, 2023·edited Apr 22, 2023Author

Kennedy mentioned in his speech that his son had joined mercenaries and fought in Ukraine - no secret there. That the smart guy hasn't listened to Kennedy's speech says a lot.

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I honestly haven’t either, as you already know how I feel about politics.

What you just said though, is probably what they are up to anyway. Using Kennedy to slap the stupid out of people on the vaccine topic, while at the same time promoting climate change.

Afterall, they’ve already xombieified enough people worldwide. The damage has already been done.

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Saw those posts and commented. What the smart guy and his followers are missing is something I keep hammering on - it's the campaign that counts. At this point I still don't see him getting into the WH. But I do see him wrecking havoc on the Dems and disrupting the official narrative about the plandemic, Ukraine, bioweapon jabs, fascism and so on.

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Apr 20, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

As per the extensive research done at bailiwicknews.substack.com, we need a candidate willing to acknowledge the unconstitutional regulations written over the decades to enforce medical tyranny, get us out of the UN and the WHO, and not impose a digital dollar backed only by our “good” behavior.

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I'm familiar with that topic. In fact, KW has acknowledged that I wrote about that well before she even began writing on Substack. These are not the earliest ones, but they comprise my briefest compendium on the topic.

https://secularheretic.substack.com/p/vaccines-or-bioweapons-part-1

https://secularheretic.substack.com/p/vaccines-or-bioweapons-part-2

https://secularheretic.substack.com/p/vaccines-or-bioweapons-part-3

I have to think Kennedy knows about that. Several of his CHD staff subscribe to the Secular Heretic.

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Apr 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Do they subscribe to Katherine Watt's site? They should. He should be using her material and pushing it hard.

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Being the lawyers they are, they probably do.

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Time will tell.

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Yup.

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Finally someone who speaks for me.

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I think it's safe to say he speaks for a lot of us.

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Apr 20, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

I like what I'm hearing, but what does he mean by "He talks about how his risky lifestyle has not tailored him to be a presidential candidate."

Also, I would like to drill down into his environmental protection strategy. Global warming is fake, and if you look at a graph of Earth's history, you will see that the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere fluctuates quite a bit, and so does the temperature. Right now, the levels of CO2 are not that high, if you look at the climate cycles. If RFK is going to continue on with the "CO2 is the enemy" , I don't know if I can vote for him.

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He's aware that the global warming story is being used to curtail our freedoms. However, he does think global warming is happening - as do I. He and I are old enough to see the changes.

But that will not be his focus, and rightly so. Right now there are much bigger fish to fry, like the millions who have been injured and killed by the jabs and the fascism that currently controls our lives.

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I'm sorry Kyle but you cannot be old enough to see the changes... you'd need to be about 500 years old to get a glimpse of earth's weather patterns? We need more CO2 not less but I have always admired RFK Jr for his fight on the pollution front.. now that's the big problem of our times.. lets focus on plastics of all kinds in our environment AND our own bodies? Focus on people's health by giving clean water, not the stuff that comes out of the tap with pharmaceutical products that cannot be removed? Major hormone disruptors (maybe the underlying cause of the rise in the confused genders?) They are the pressing issues... not CO2, not cars, cow farms and nitrogen levels.

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I never said anything about CO2. What I was referring to was how the house in which I grew up would get occasionally get buried in snow. That hasn't happened in 50 years. When I was a kid the sun would set into a clear blue horizon. I haven't seen that happen in as long. When I was a kid glacier national park was covered in glaciers. They're almost all gone now. Parts of Miami are now under water due to rising oceans. The white sand beaches I frequented in SoCal in the 70's are gone due to rising coastlines. I don't have a clue what's causing it, I just know its happening.

I wholeheartedly agree with all your other points, but I would put the milions injured and killed by jabs at the top of the priority list, which is what Kennedy has said he will do.

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Apr 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Ok yes...well I was referring mainly to Bobby Kennedy's previous position on him wanting us to reduce CO2 to below 350ppm.

I understand where you're coming from in regards to changes you've actually witnessed but those rises in sea levels are not echoed here in Australia or in most other parts of the world . Let me say that we have our elite politicians who are still buying up oceanfront properties, like in the US (Obama etc at Martha's Vinyard) they don't seem to be worried about rising sea levels and the insurers wouldn't insure them if such a think was a risk?

Anyway... I love your writing here on substack and we don't have to agree on everything 😊🙏

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Apr 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

There are snowstorms this year where they've never had snow before, and the snow pack has increased in many areas. I've kind of come to the conclusion that, more than anything, we're seeing weather extremes more than global warming. I've also read that there is more ice in Greenland this year than in quite a while, but I haven't had time to research it yet.

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Apr 20, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

The reading I'm doing on Regenerative Agriculture presents convincing evidence that climate change due to excessive CO2 in the atmosphere IS genuine. But burning fossil fuels is only a minor villain. The undeniable major villain is deforestation and desertification. Industrial Ag is responsible for both these planet destroying conditions. And its a major factor in water scarcity.

If RFK says he will terminate the US Agriculture Dept, I'll vote for him. Demonizing dairy farmers who produce raw milk for people like me who want raw milk is one example of our govt harming the health of its citizens. There are so many changes that need to be made in our federal govt, and such powerful forces opposed to changing the system that benefits the 1%, that it seems impossible to reverse our present course. I'm thinking there may be more freedom in Mexico than in America. At least Mexico is striving to eliminate GMO/glyphosate foods in spite of our govt trying to shove our GMO corn down their throats. And Mexico is encouraging Regenerative farms, a sign that Mexico is on the right road to food security for all its citizens. Since RFK knows that Regenerative farming needs to replace the Industrial CAFO system, maybe he will make this happen if he's elected President.

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RFK Jr. is a big regenerative ag advocate.

Mexico has also stopped its geoengineering program. No more chemtrails there. Living just a few miles from the border, I can verify that. They commonly stretched across the border here, but I haven't seen any in months. Seems this area is benefiting from Mexico's choice.

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Apr 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

If he would say that our climate problems are almost entirely from decade's worth of geoengineering, he would be much more believable on that topic. Surely, he has read the Report from Iron Mountain https://archive.org/details/pdfy-R0b-IyCPcjYVNDBL/page/n1/mode/2up, in which a created climate "catastrophe" was discussed for the future and the Air Forces' "Owning the Weather in 2025" https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BwgX7eeBgi9ka2tLLWpZUzJNX1k/edit?resourcekey=0-8ENvpG8S9i0vSNviKR7vdA. This has been on-going at least since 1998 during the Clinton administration if not before. Recall Al Gore started his global warming speeches in tandem with the globalization of the geoengineering program, only years after the Rio Convention circa 1992 at which multiple coordinated events were apparently green-lighted.

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As well informed as he is on so many topics, one would think he knows about that. But it may be a bridge too far. He has already tackled many issues in his speech that everyone else is afraid to touch. Maybe he'll broach some of that if he gets to a second term.

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Apr 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

If he would get rid of the lobbyists, it would help a lot

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He has said he wants to level the playing field. Hope we get a chance to find out.

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Apr 20, 2023·edited Apr 20, 2023Author

He means that much of his 20's was spent doing drugs. After he turned his life around in his late 20's he dove headlong into the environmental movement. Neither of those things are conducive to running for the president.

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Apr 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

I didn't realize he was into the drug scene when he was younger. And nothing wrong with trying to save the environment. Hope he starts with the chemical companies that are destroying the earth, in so many ways.

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Understandably, he doesn't like to talk about it much.

He has said he'll start with big pharma but that can include chemical companies.

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Apr 21, 2023·edited Apr 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

To all the environmental thread commenters, IMHO, I see the root cause, and the big elephant in the room, of most ALL env. concerns, as global overpopulation. Furthermore, I see authoritarian, tyrant wannabes like Schwab, Gates, et al, giving this good global overpopulation concern a bad name, just like I see Putin giving the war on Ukraine a bad name, due to all the civilian brutality, and not because of his concerns of the Ukrainian bio-labs, Monsanto chemical farming, NATO, etc. There's nothing like giving a good cause a bad name. :-(

Both Japan and Russia over the years have experienced significant population reductions because of the will of the people, and not because of forced government overpopulation laws and mandates like China. I certainly don't have many answers to this dilemma, but if we have to have an IRS income tax, then why are we still providing incentive deductions for propagating and procreation when a fair and flat/gross income tax would suffice; to satisfy a cheap labor force and cannon fodder??? I don't ridicule or chastise people with/from big families, it's only the future that concerns me.

https://thediplomat.com/2023/01/japans-population-crisis-nears-point-of-no-return/

https://www.rbth.com/lifestyle/329934-will-russias-population-decline ~~~ https://www.france24.com/en/europe/20220524-population-decline-in-russia-putin-has-no-other-choice-but-to-win-in-ukraine

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Hope all is well over in your neck of the SW.

Glad to see you have new Substack in the making. Good luck with that.

I have no idea of what the carrying capacity of our glorious planet is. However, I do know that if we are going to have this many people we can't be raping the earth for finite resources like they will last forever. Nor can we use them in the inequitable manner we are right now.

Our soils are worn out from terrible farming practices and we are selling much of the better part of what's left to people like Gates, the Chinese and the Saudis who will continue to plunder them for their personal gain. Kennedy's regenerative agriculture programs will change all of that.

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Apr 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Thanks Kyle, and just yesterday, I caught this news item from your SW AZ area: https://www.12news.com/article/news/local/water-wars/mayes-vows-repeal-saudi-farm-deal/75-b2d6bb89-8973-40dd-85d3-5f983a28911a

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If I'm not mistaken, the Saudis are now the largest farm land holders in AZ. They use lot of it to grow alfalfa for their pricey Arabian horses. There was a time when the Saudis bought their alfalfa from AZ farmers. Then they decided it would be cheaper to buy the farms and grow their own.

The article is right, it's not the Saudis fault, it's the fault of Arizona for allowing this to happen.

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The yesterday's news ditty claimed most of the alfalfa was for the Saudi's dairy farms.

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Yes, from that particular farm. But there are hundreds of other farms supplying alfalfa for Arabian horses. You can go to the USDA site and find the amount of alfalfa being shipped to various countries. I did that some years ago. At that time alfalfa was, I believe, our third largest agricultural export, with the lions share going to SA.

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Though there's plenty for me to disagree with Kennedy about (regarding some of his views), it was incredibly refreshing to actually hear someone who calls themself a Democrat actually stand for the things that Democrats *used to* stand for and that I actually agreed with them about. The other refreshing thing was to actually hear people cheering about the issues Kennedy raised in his speech. And in Boston of all places! Regardless of where Kennedy's campaign goes, I'm thrilled he's out there saying what hasn't been heard for a long time. Especially from a "Democrat".

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That mirrors my views about Kennedy and likely the views of many others.

I've watched him change his positions on many issues over the years. Maybe he'll move to some of the more conservative positions we hold, or at least not make them into a big deal.

But for now, like you, I'm excited that nearly every point he brought up in his speech was about issues everyone else is afraid to touch.

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Apr 20, 2023·edited Apr 20, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Thanks for the recap. I watch the speech twice and found it/him compelling. I plan to work for his campaign and vote for him.

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May I ask what you see yourself doing?

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Apr 20, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Great speech but he won't get the democratic nomination because his policies would ruin most of them!

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That's likely true.

See Shy Boys comment and my response.

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Apr 20, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Regardless of the numbers, Junior stands no chance of being awarded the nomination. That's not how the DNC process operates, "superdelegates" and all that. If he did, we'd all get whiplash from how fast his key positions would pivot. It's not believable, even by the current (highly degraded) standards. His role is probably to rally some of the disgruntled D-leaning masses and then deliver them over as a package to the establishment candidate. You know, kinda like Bernie. Bernie's all used up.

Another possibility (and one I like better) is that, when he loses the nomination, he enters as a 3rd-party spoiler candidate. You know, kinda like Ralph Nader. This would be the more honorable course, but might not play as well to his base -- or to his handlers. (You know he's got 'em.)

Should be a fun story to track, regardless. Looking forward to your future reporting!

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I agree with your second possibility. I think he'll wreck havoc on the Democratic party, get a lot of people on board, and when the handpicked super delegates keep him from getting the nomination he'll threaten to leave. If they call him out, he'll leave and form a new party and take his voters with him. Would that be the end of the corrupt Democratic party?

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Apr 20, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Dear God, let's hope so.

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I look forward to debates with rfk. Let's see how censorship industrial complex cleans up the conversations.

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Yes, it'll be interesting to see how that unfolds.

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Apr 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

I would be shocked if he is ever allowed in a Presidential debate. TPTB have too much to lose.

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He has a formidable law firm with many decades of experience suing the establishment and winning. He could threaten to sue if he is blocked.

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Apr 21, 2023·edited Apr 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

As we have seen, Tyrants slow legal issues not consistent with their playbook. Nonetheless I am glad RFK jr may bring debate to US despite censorship of MSM.

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I love the man, but he is too dangerous to the moneyed interest. Let us hope the CIA will not assassinate him too.

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The fact that he has expressed concern about that, yet is carrying on, says a lot about the type of person he is and where his loyalty lays.

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For sure

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That is the question! I am willing to do whatever I am asked and at least stand on a street corner with a Kennedy sign. But I suspect what I am to do will unfold and appear now that I am making myself available.

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As things progress, can you keep us informed here?

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Apr 20, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Thank you for this transcription!!

As a younger person I read all of Edward Abbey's books, and was fascinated when his Monkey Wrench Gang inspired groups like Earth First.

Have you read Colin Fletcher's "River"? All of his writings affected me. He inspired me to want to hike the Pacific Crest Trail, which I have not done and now it's too late. But . . . what an idea!

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You are welcome Susan.

I've not read Fletcher. Sounds like I should.

I have a friend who recently hiked the PC trail. He said it was incredible. I'm still hoping.

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Who makes the decisions in our society? Who writes public policy?

Years of social engineering has caused people to be deluded on this matter.

The White House and Congress don’t make the decisions, Wall Street and the Pentagon do.

What we have is the continuation of a duopoly in which the differences between the two sides of the duopoly are far less important than their similarities. There is a largely successful establishment effort to control the political process so that the range of options is severely limited. We have the outward semblance of democracy without the reality of it.

Voting in the United States isn't about "democracy"—it's about perpetuating the illusion of democracy.

In today's US, especially at the national level, elections are worse than worthless -- they simply perpetuate illusions and waste time. They are degrading and repulsive exercises in Madison Avenue PR techniques, where "the truth" is off limits from the get-go. Effort should be directed not at participating in this system, but at exposing its corrupt essence and building genuinely constructive alternatives.

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I've gone even further and called it a uniparty - two sides of the same coin.

But as I said in my previous posts on Kennedy, if he does nothing more than get on a debate stage and throw open some doors that badly need to be thrown open, he will have accomplished a lot. He could set some wheels in motion just doing that.

Even in this announcement speech he broached a lot of topics that no candidate has ever before dared touch.

Have you ever seen him debate? He is formidable.

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Apr 20, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Yes, the very foundations of our democracy have been corrupted. The last hope and change candidate quickly proved that he was bought and paid for. We still need change and I am still hopeful. What RFK Jr. is saying is revolutionary. Bring it on!

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Until he declares that the current Climate Change movement is a scam, I'm not interested in supporting him.

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See my reply to none none. There are many much bigger, more important fish to fry and he will fry them first.

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You can't possibly believe that? Climate Change IS the entire issue the WEF is hinging all their actions on.

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I have to respectfully disagree. The halting of the injuries and deaths of millions of children and adults with experimental bioweapon jabs by a bunch of pedophile Satanists should take precedence over anything else. This a live war on humanity happening right now.

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Apr 20, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Is there a perfect candidate you do support? Not snarky.

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Of course there's no perfect candidate. But, the Climate Agenda is where this is heading so that's a hard NO for me.

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Apr 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

What do you think about Tim Scott? He's planning to run.

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He's a mixed bag for me. I like some of his conservative positions but not others. The deal breaker for me is that he thinks the US has the best health care system in the world. He is poorly informed about that. As Kennedy correctly pointed out in his speech, the US has the most expensive health care system with the lowest success rating in the world among developed countries.

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He supports the Patriot Act and our intervention in Ukraine. Both make him a "no" for me.

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“3.3 businesses” 👀👀

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“33,000 homeless veterans” that 33 sure is around a lot in this speech

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"some change is better than no change"...

Unless things are always getting worse, then it's the other way around.

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