“People in Power Lie” – RFK

Published by Cindy Buckley Koren on

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is a hero of mine, I have seen him speak twice in person and I follow him on social media and through the Children’s Health Defense.

If you’re a republican or democrat stop talking about that. Stop identifying yourself. The enemy is Big Tech, Big Data, Big Oil, Big Pharma, the medical cartel, the government totalitarian elements that are trying to oppress us, that are trying to rob us of our liberties, of our democracy, of our freedom of thought, of our freedom of expression, of our freedom of assembly and all of the freedoms that give dignity to humanity. And the last thing that all of us need to do is we need to stay educated and informed.

“My father told me
‘people in power lie.'”
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

The Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy on June 22, 1963. By that date five years later, both men had been assassinated
credit “Abbie Rowe, National Park Service/John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library, Boston”.

We are going to be the enemies of censorship. We are going to be the refuge. And we’re going to allow debate. We’re going to make sure it’s civil debate. We’re going to encourage people to be non-partisan. But we’re going to allow people to come and have different opinions than us. We are not scared of debate the way pharmaceutical companies and Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg and Jeffrey Bezos and Tony Fauci are terrified of debate. We welcome debate. We want to hear if you’ve got a different opinion than me, I want to hear about it and I want to see your science. And I want the public to hear us talking about it and debating about it because the free-flow of information, the cauldron of debate, is the only thing that allows governments to develop rational policies in which self-governance will actually work and triumph.

You are on the front lines of the most important battle in history and it is the battle to save democracy, and freedom, and human liberty, and human dignity from this totalitarian cartel that is trying to rob us simultaneously, in every nation in the world, of the rights that every human being is born with. So, thank you for your courage, thank you for your commitment, and thank you for your brotherhood.

And I can pledge to you: I will go down dying with my boots on fighting side-by-side with all of you to make sure that we return these rights and preserve them for our children. I will see all of you on the barricades.

Thank you,

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Cindy Buckley Koren

Cindy Buckley Koren is the founder of {meetinghouse} Creative Collaborative and Professor of Communications Design at PrattMWP College of Art and Design


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