Articles by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr
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The Pharmaceutical Industry’s Front Men
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. | Children’s Health Defense Team – TRANSCEND Media Service, 5 Aug 2019
23 Jul 2019 – The pharmaceutical has a “complex and mutually-dependent” relationship with physician trade groups and physicians. Although the details are not always fully or accurately documented, the funding trail can often provide revealing clues. Thus, the American Academy of Pediatrics, one of the most notorious vaccine industry front groups, receives funding from all four manufacturers of childhood vaccines in the U.S. (Merck, Pfizer, Sanofi, GlaxoSmithKline).→ read full article
Fully Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated — A Summary of the Research
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. | Children’s Health Defense – TRANSCEND Media Service, 29 Jul 2019
“How do child health outcomes compare between fully vaccinated and unvaccinated children”? During a Congressional hearing on autism, Dr. Coleen Boyle, the Director of the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, gave evasive answers to lawmakers pressing her on this point. After considerable badgering, she finally stated, “We have not studied vaccinated versus unvaccinated [children].” That was perjury.→ read full article
Has America Become a Plutocracy?
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr - Newsweek, 26 Nov 2018
21 Nov 2018 – America has spent $6 trillion on war since 9/11. It can credibly be argued that America is now, officially, a plutocracy. My grandfather, Ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy, warned that America could not be both an imperial nation abroad and a constitutional democracy at home. That unstable configuration, he argued, would diminish the middle class, yield large chasms between rich and poor and erode our constitutional and civil rights.→ read full article
Why the Arabs Don’t Want Us in Syria
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr, Politico – TRANSCEND Media Service, 7 Mar 2016
As we focus on the rise of the Islamic State and search for the source of the savagery that took so many innocent lives in Paris and San Bernardino, we might want to look beyond the convenient explanations of religion and ideology. Instead we should examine the more complex rationales of history and oil — and how they often point the finger of blame back at our own shores.→ read full article