There is no doubt that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. had a good year last year. Indeed, the son of the infamously murdered Senator and former U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy Sr., has for some reason been emboldened to remark last year that he did not believe the official story of his father's untimely murder shortly after winning the hotly-contested 1968 California Democratic Primary. Indeed, who does believe that story. It has more magic bullets flying around inside the pantry of the Ambassador Hotel than the murder of his uncle, former president John F. Kennedy.

RFK Jr also won a stunning victory in a lawsuit against Monsanto, and yet another stunning legal victory against the vaccine industry, opening up many documents that demonstrated an astonishing degree of malfeasance and inept, if not deliberately bad, science.

More recently, Mr. Kennedy spoke to Fox Network's Tucker Carlson on the legal protections afforded to Big Pharma and the vaccine industry, and it's a stunner(thanks to Mr. V.T for sharing this article):

Robert F. Kennedy Jr Drops Vaccine Truth Bomb Live On TV

It's worth noting what he said to Carlson:

The pharmaceutical industry is so powerful,” he explained. “They give $5.4 billion a year to the media. They’ve gotten rid of the lawyers, so there is no legal interest in those cases. They have really been able to control the debate and silence people like me.

Asked how things could get this bad, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. explained that Congress granted Big Pharma “blanket legal immunity” when it comes to vaccines.

Big Pharma became a law unto themselves. They can put toxic ingredients in your vaccines, they can seriously injure your child – but you cannot sue them.

“What you have to understand is that the vaccine regimen changed dramatically around 1989.

Hmmmn.... 1989, wouldn't that be during the administration of G.H.W. "Poppy" and "New World Order" Bush? But I digress... back to Mr. Kennedy:

The reason it changed, Tucker, is that Congress, drowning in pharmaceutical industry money, did something they have never done for any other industry – they gave blanket legal immunity to all the vaccine companies.

And who had to sign any such legislation? Why, the same guy whose administration also gave use the "substantial equivalence" opening the floodgates for GMOs to be introduced into the food supply. But I digress again...

“So that no matter how sloppy the line protocols, no matter how absent the quality control, no matter how toxic the ingredients, or egregious the injury to your child, you cannot sue them.

“So there’s no depositions, there’s no discovery, there’s no class action suits. All of a sudden vaccines became enormously profitable.”

The enormous profits in the unregulated industry meant Big Pharma companies raced each other to produce new and unnecessary vaccines to pump into newborn children – often dozens at a time.

Now, all of this raises a question in my mind, and it occurred to Catherine Austin Fitts in our recent Solari-year-end-wrap-up conversation (which we hope will soon be available on and in the members' area of this website): What has emboldened Mr. Kennedy to make such statements now, not only about big pharma, but about his murdered father? As he stated on the Carlson interview, it is only the second time he has been invited on a major television network to talk about the vaccine industry and vaccine safety. But why, also, invite further ire by only recently talking about his personal thoughts about his father's murder, and his disbelief in the official narrative that it was the "lone nut-Manchurian patsy" Sirhan Sirhan?

To put the point a bit differently, why does he feel confident enough to speak about any of these things?  To do so, particularly if one is a Kennedy, is - I venture to say - a risky business. After all, all of the "brothers" - JFK, RFK Sr., Teddy - are gone. His cousin, JFK Jr., perished in highly suspicious circumstances aboard his private aircraft along with his wife, after apparently making it clear to a few friends that he either planned to investigate, or was investigating, his father's assassination, and had aspirations for political office.

One can, of course, take the view that Mr. Kennedy is aware of the risks but nonetheless speaking out courageously in spite of them. In doing so, he would certainly be following precedents established by his father and his assassinated presidential uncle.

But perhaps there are circumstances emboldening him as well. Times have changed since those assassinations. Three - and only three - television/radio networks no longer control the flow of information. The deep state playbook is now so transparently obvious that almost every story and government-corporate narrative is questioned almost as soon as it arises. Too many suspicious doctor deaths have raised awareness of the machinations of big pharma and big agribusiness to new levels of cynicism and skepticism.

And there is, I suggest, possibly something else going on: the deep factions are at war. Mr Kennedy alluded to this by calling Big Pharma a "mafia", and mafia bosses tend to sip brandy and smoke cigars at the table, while their soldiers are shooting at each other on the streets. In short, perhaps it was a subtle signal that the former "truces" are no longer in effect, and that some formerly allied factions are now going after other factions, with whom they were once allied. Perhaps, just perhaps, there are some within "the elite" who are genuinely alarmed at the technocratic, transhumanist, total-absence-of-morality-and-law direction that some globaloneyists want to take things.

Perhaps, but there are, after all, contra-indications. Emanuel-there's-no-such-thing-as-French-culture-and-please-protest-in-the-traditional-peaceful-French-way-Macron for example. Or Angela-Globaloney-Mad-Madam-Merkel's recent pronouncement that governments would have to give up their national sovereignty for the glorious sake of the New World Order, and her express statement that government would simply have to ignore their civilian populations and voters to do so. Who better to state the principles of tyranny than a German chancellor(in), huh?

In the meantime, though, kuddos, Mr. Kennedy, for stating with such clarity, the obvious truth that no one wants to confront.

See you on the flip side...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. zendogbreath on January 7, 2019 at 12:48 am

    I’m betting you all have already seen such folk and their links – just in case, these are some of the best names and searches working with rjk2 I’ve seen recently:

    stephanie seneff, andy wakefield, john bergman, judy mikovits, suzanne humphries, vaxxed, del bigtree, polly tommey, william thompson,

  2. jenuspect (Jeannette B) on January 6, 2019 at 4:16 pm

    Forgot to add, Sharyl Attkisson’s Full Measure on this topic aired today:

  3. jenuspect (Jeannette B) on January 6, 2019 at 4:16 pm

    Very important interviews that Carlson gave Kennedy (I think they may have occurred before Kennedy’s public discussion about his father’s accused killer) and maybe not for this Roger Ailes (Kennedy has also said Ailes told him he would have to fire any employee who lost him a pharmaceutical sponsor) died after this. More evidence of infighting?

    Reagan signed the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act that went into effect in 1989 (or end of 1988?) with a signing statement saying it wasn’t a good idea and more safeguards that didn’t happen would be a good idea…something to that effect. I’ve heard that Californian Democrat Henry Waxman was the bill’s sponsor.

    And if you tell me that was all essentially GHWB’s doing (or the gang he belongs to), I won’t disbelieve you.

  4. herrebout on January 4, 2019 at 12:56 pm

    Last month, I read ‘HPV vaccine on trail’. Please read this book to get the full picture about the vaccine controversy.
    The key points about the HPV vaccine are.
    1. Money, enormous amounts of money, to the extent that collaborating parties sued each other in court already before any profit was in sight (hilarious!);
    2. Immunity against legal claims (this article) and with that sloppy, very sloppy research into possible adverse effects (a lot to find under the carpet);
    3. no guarantees it works. Especially with the HPV vaccine, it should only be doing away with the virus. Not proven to work against what it’s advertised for;
    4. introducing specific metals and dangerous (cancerous) substances into the blood stream, possibly inducing auto-immune reactions;
    5. targeted at the wrong population. Africa has the worst number in HPV cancers, however targetted is the West, that can pay for it;
    6. who’s paying for it, well, since this vaccine is being promoted through schools towards young girls, the government, i.e. health insurance is, we all are;
    7. limited protection (5 years). Given to girls at the age of 12 years (that are of course all promiscuous sl*ts, Jesus!), repeated vaccination should be considered, only now the program targets just those young school girls. Repetition of vaccination could be dangerous, according to some sources;
    8. vaccinating girls that already have the HPV (may not be through sexual intercourse) is proven to be possibly dangerous;
    9. Protection is currently 80 to 90 %, depending on what type you get. You can still get the cancer. Bi-annual PAP testing is still needed;
    10. number of deaths to HPV cancer in the West is negligable, number of problems with the vaccine and deaths (yes, it’s listed in the adverse effect paragraph) far greater (than the benefits);
    11. girls are being administered the ‘old’ HPV vaccine while a new is ready to market, have to get those stocks sold (at EUR +/- 350 for the 3 shots, without doctors cost) – well, Merck was almost gone after its last disaster medicine;
    12. differtiation of vaccines per region … does this smell like target-labelling? I mean, target different populations with different marks to later initiate another effect on that population;
    13. neglected but suspected impact on fertility, birth/population control vaccine?
    14. very little information, I witnessed this myself with my 12 year old daughter coming home with a letter, stating that the vaccination would take place and that I could object. They did not provide any explanation, they did not call parents for a presentation, nothing. Of course, we denied, actually I let my daughter decide on the info I read.
    15. Entire populations are being used as test cases… wasn’t testing on humans not forbidden after WW2 ?

  5. Sandygirl on January 4, 2019 at 11:29 am

    Many pro-vaccines people are now proclaiming “Herd Immunity” if you don’t vaccinate you are putting (us) society in danger. It worked great with the 2nd hand smoke joke too.
    The “Herd Community” is a powerful weapon.

    • zendogbreath on January 4, 2019 at 3:43 pm

      that trope seems as circularly flawed logic as the rest of pharma dogma.

      if the vaccines were as valuable as they claim, then their immunizations would protect the immunized part of the herd against all threats, but especially the threat of contamination from the non-immunized.

      so which is it? does the vaccine work? if not how many boosters is it going to take? 1? 2? 20? 60? at what point does a person say that perhaps this vaccine is not so immune enhancing?

      • Allen S on January 4, 2019 at 4:59 pm

        Right on! Apropos to this, I have always wondered why billionaire Bill Gates has often commented about vaccines as an instrument for population reduction. If vaccines are effective, the population would increase, not decrease.

        Better he spend his time advising the pope about population restraint via birth control instead of infallibly declaring such practices to be sinful.

  6. Gray Berg on January 3, 2019 at 11:27 pm

    Just released is “The Inheritance” by Christopher Fulton/will explain the game-change for all things Kennedy. www

  7. Reno on January 3, 2019 at 10:36 pm

    Yuppie New Yorker parents are demanding vaccines for relatives and “friends” for the privilege of visiting their newborns. The majority of people are all in for vaccines.

  8. Pierre on January 3, 2019 at 9:30 pm

    Kennedy’s Grandfather that was

  9. Pierre on January 3, 2019 at 9:29 pm

    1986 I think it was when the first vaccines based on human foetal cells were ‘deployed’. kind of like cannibalism. crosses blood brain barrier, gives rise to immune reactions, and autism.

    Grandfather stayed in a House of Morgan in England as the war kicked off, cornered the whisky market from Scotland to USA.

    ( Thru Jim Stone last week – ) Italy government tested a mainstream vaccine… and found NONE of the stated ingredients were in there ).

    we know that if the truth comes out too much and the house of cards begins to crumble, their pre-traumatic stress syndrome will kick in, the clarion call go out, and the Samson option invoked if all else fails. You give in to them, or the ship goes down.
    remember, Amish (no vaccines) and Jews (kosher doctors) have the good old autism rates 100X less than those now.

    • zendogbreath on January 4, 2019 at 1:11 am

      ah but there’s some lame argument that the amish have some weird genetic thing going on.

    • Sandygirl on January 4, 2019 at 10:03 am

      New AP article – gov’t estimates of autism rates are 1 in 40 children. Although the headline seems to promote the story as “3 different ways to test for autism”, instead of the dramatic rise of autism.

  10. marcos toledo on January 3, 2019 at 6:46 pm

    Mercury it was placed in cakes that the first emperor ate to prolong his life so his doctors told him. Doctors have always proven the best assassins this time it will be assassinations on a industrial scale.

    • marcos toledo on January 3, 2019 at 6:48 pm

      first emperor of China.

  11. goshawks on January 3, 2019 at 6:20 pm

    High-octane-speculation below. Apply to why “Robert F. Kennedy Jr. had a good year last year” and is not dead:
    “The Hidden King(s): Camelot ruled from the cave of Merlin” (p. 85-86)
    “As I say, this was only one reason of many to take the Presidency underground in 1963. Various billionaires had been trying to create a shadow government for many decades, with only varying degrees of success. Only Joseph Kennedy was successful. He had already installed his first son Joe as titular head of this shadow government behind Truman, but in the late 40’s and 50’s the Kennedys were still warring with other powerful families for control of this shadow government. Alliances were made that I won’t go into in this paper, allowing the Kennedys to solidify control from 1945 to 1960, when JFK and RFK were installed in top visible positions. At that time Joseph, Sr. felt secure enough in his position and alliances to accelerate the takeover of the Mob. Within a decade, all the Mob business had been absorbed by the allied billionaire families. This led to the further enrichment of those families, the accompanying fattening and expansion of the banks, and the similar expansion of CIA, for the same reasons. In the 1970’s, these families used this expansion to utterly overwhelm Congress, putting it into permanent emeritus status. The courts were swamped in the same way, and by 1980 these allied families had completed their takeover not only of all lucrative business, but all government. All decisions were made by shadow governors, some of which were Kennedys, some of which were not.

    In this way, the Kennedys were able to advance with even more stealth than the Rockefellers. A few know that the Rockefeller family is far more rich and powerful than it claims, but almost no one knows the Kennedys are even richer and more powerful.”

    And for the Bigger Picture:
    “Cambridge Analytica” (p. 8-9)
    “Well, I don’t like the fact they have been data-mining us and spying on us, but I am much more upset that they are directly stealing trillions in taxes from worldwide treasuries for fake projects. Fake military projects, fake science projects, fake space projects, fake art projects, etc. I am much more upset that they have killed art, science, history, and literature. I am much more upset that they are splitting the sexes for profit. I am much more upset that they are splitting the family for profit. Strip-mining the earth for profit. Filling the oceans with garbage for profit. Drugging children and animals for profit. Poisoning food for profit. Lying all the time about everything for profit.

    That is what I mean by misdirection. They want your eyes off those things and on their manufactured scandals and tragedies. And they want your eyes on Trump and Mercer and May and Macron and Gates and Buffett and Bezos and other fake and petty billionaires and off the trillionaire families that really own the world. They want your eyes off the banks and huge investment groups and Intelligence agencies. As far as possible, they want you lost in a vast trivia game of meaningless details and names and personalities, where all your ‘knowledge’ is just rote propaganda.” [my italics]

    (And take Miles Mathis with a grain of salt. I do not agree with some of his statements. But if you get this far, he focuses on Deeper Truths…)

    • goshawks on January 3, 2019 at 6:49 pm

      (And in my humble opinion, there are deeper Principalities and Powers layers beneath the above. All the above is not just “for profit”…)

      • zendogbreath on January 4, 2019 at 1:09 am

        these are what might be called the practicalities of break away civvies, right?

        as crazy as mathis can sound, it makes way more sense in terms of a few why’s i always puzzled. like why was kennedy so dumb as to fire dulles? and what did he expect to happen? and why’d he sit in that limo in dallas? and why didn’t he notice his bodyguards standing down? and why’d the scherff cabal do him so openly? and why didn’t that prompt massive immediate retribution?

  12. NYMZA Flugzeug on January 3, 2019 at 3:35 pm

    Seems to me that the cartel’s constituents get ancy once they get close to achieving their mutual goal. Cooperation is all well and good when no one has the ability to seize full control, but as the moment approaches, everyone realizes that they need to be the ones with their finger on the trigger. Trust is a strange commodity in the Secret World…

  13. OrigensChild on January 3, 2019 at 12:44 pm

    A friend of mine in the legal profession read this and commented: “You can sue them and I know people who have received significant settlements from them (pharmaceutical companies)–especially with regard to the flu vaccine.” The blanket immunity of which RFK speaks is a “leaky immunity.” But that is a distraction from the kernel of the story.

    Like Dr. Farrell, when RFK Jr mentioned 1989 I immediately thought of the Bush family’s reign of terror, too. In the mid 1960’s I was forced to take a health class in the 3rd grade in a prominent, but turbulent, southern state. Part of this course was an extensive look at the whole development of vaccinations as a mechanism to prevent the spread of serious diseases. There, also, we were exposed to the federal government’s attempt to assist in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the communicable diseases by the august Dept of Health in the Executive Branch and agencies such as the “AMA” and the “CDC”. In the 1970’s I witnessed the introduction of the first influenza vaccines, with attendant side effects and epic court cases to enforce minimal public safety standards. In the early 1980’s, while in college, I started hearing about a new disease with attendant warnings over safe sex. I was witnessing the rise of Herpes and the HIV threats. I remember the debate over immunity from prosecution of the pharmaceutical industry as a noble thing if Herpes and HIV infection spread quickly through the population. It’s this frenzy that laid the foundation for Bush’s ruling in 1989. Though there have not been any new “introductions” of a major sort we’ve seen several minor ones for diseases ranging from influenza, Chicken Pox, HPV, Hepatitis A and B, and others from the mid-1980’s forward. The pharmaceutical industry certainly has been busy.

    Medicine is the “good” racket. People are willing to do anything for good health. There’s opportunity here. Let there be no mistake, the word describing the status quo, regimen, is a hard word to swallow–a strict authoritarian one at heart. From Latin, it means: “to rule”! Layers upon layer of “rules” and “rulers” is a “regimen”–which to be implement, requires a “regime.” If we’ve learned anything since the Reagan administration, we’ve learned a lot about the how the medical industry works. The steps for big pharma can take to perpetuate it’s existence are: 1) identify a vector which has a particular medical feature requiring a massive infusion of cash to defend against; 2) prophecy social change the promotes risky behavior where the vector is most prominent; 3) allow the vector to be introduced (naturally or purposefully) within that targeted community and spread normally; 4) elect into office sympathetic politicians at key positions within the executive branch as “champions” of “concern” for the vector in question; 5) incubate the spread of the vector through media manipulation with education programs and public safety pronouncements; 6) step forward with a medical program for combating the vector while announcing a research opportunity demonstrating promise as a treatment. Is this how “regimen” really works?

    It certainly appears to work this way. I know it’s not a pleasant view since I, too, have been taught that “medical science is altruistic art for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of illnesses and diseases.” It’s the history, though, that makes serious minded people wonder whether the system is rigged. The pattern is so deeply established and so often witnessed, it has the appearance of being engineered. (Gee, snow-flakes are engineered with random and unique effects.
    Yet, they can occur naturally or produced in the lab with ease.) RFK, Jr has not directly said the industry is a mafia, but I can read between the lines. He has historical and personal reasons to question the motivations of those who wish to manage our public health. Though he continues to vaccinate his family (as many do because we believe it’s the right thing to do) he now wants proof that this regime actually works through published science. Legal questions such as these are necessary to keep the industry honest, and legal challenges are often required to prevent this from becoming an engineered model of control. If they cannot scientific prove their case the alternate answer (the conspiracy model) becomes the default one–and that spells trouble for us all!

    • zendogbreath on January 4, 2019 at 12:59 am

      what you just argued would make you a starving bio med researcher if you were a bio med researcher. the dogma is that vaccines are good and that’s proven from history and to actually case study or double blind study is un ethical. think of the poor kids not vaccinated.

      meanwhile, japanese kids are infinitely and measurable healthier than american kids and have one of the lowest vaccine rates on the planet. infant mortality numbers are insane (good in japan bad in ussa).

      semmelweis is a case in point of thomas kuhn’s (apparently mic funded text) structure of scientific revolutions. all he wanted was surgeons to wash hands. look what he got for his trouble.

      one might consider current standard of care. had occasion to consider mesh hernia repair (standard of care) last year. noticed that it’s been used for vaginal prolapse for decades as well. and then noticed that the uk, new zealand and australia banned it for prolapse last year. too much liability. a very medical family still argues with me that j&j (ethicon) and medtronic (covidien) are our friends.

      given that there are about 20 million mesh implanted just for hernias each year and that their settlements are about about 15% of their profits, it pays these companies to keep making and compelling surgeons to install mesh. the legal losses are just a cost of doing business. and surgeons who don’t use mesh? well they’re not providing the standard of care. so the way out of that trap is to find an older experienced surgeon who does not take insurance payments. and this is from an industry that does not have immunity.

      now imagine what happens market wide when insurance companies merge with pharmaceuticals and buy up retailers and hospitals. think it’s not happening already?

      • zendogbreath on January 4, 2019 at 1:01 am

        btw. thank you doc for posting this. as ever, i’m bipassing the questions of who, what, where, when and how and going straight to why and why now.

        and also btw, i hope we all understand that standard of care 5 or 10 years ago will get health care providers jailed today (except as regards mesh). and that standard of care is the bottom of the spectrum, not the best care, by definition.

      • OrigensChild on January 4, 2019 at 8:34 am

        ZDB, I may be measuring my words carefully, but you and I are not as far apart as you might think. I am very much aware of the disintegration/compaction of the insurance industry into corporate conglomerates and know first hand the wreckage left behind. I am aware of the majority of issues you cite and thank you for your contribution to the discussion. For the sake of my friends who attend this site for information and are on the fence with the issue, I chose to use light approach. Sometimes you get your foot in the door by using an ounce of discretion. Now if the complaint is I didn’t use a pound, I’ll accept that and thank you for saying it. One has to sometimes balance courage with compassion.

        • zendogbreath on January 4, 2019 at 3:54 pm

          oc, i could not find one word you wrote that i disagreed with. my aim was to emphasize your points. thank you.

  14. anakephalaiosis on January 3, 2019 at 12:16 pm

    Gaslight medicine is only real in one’s mind, dripping from a poisonous tongue – in a room full of mirrors.

    If one believes that, one will believe anything, wishing upon a star – in a dream come true in the swamp.

    Six million jokes is counter-gaslighting. My name is Pinocchio. I am made out of wood, in the flesh tent.

  15. kim on January 3, 2019 at 12:07 pm

    There is a secret vaccine court and it has awarded millions of dollars to people who have been damaged by vaccines. Individuals and doctors offices can not report problems with vaccines, only large medical centers, such as Cleveland clinic, upmc, and mayo clinic. It is said because a very large computer is needed to report to the cdc. There is not a way to do it on paper. The stuff is bad…they know it… are forced to take it…..and forbidden to complain.

    • zendogbreath on January 4, 2019 at 12:44 am

      billions. coming up quick on tens of billions. but who’s counting?

      and who’s paying for it? (us by the way. vaccine mfr’s are immune afterall so the court gets it’s financing from the taxpayers)

  16. Robert Barricklow on January 3, 2019 at 11:23 am

    Perhaps there is a new drummer whose beat includes the public being educated into the here & now geo political/leconomics. Even Hillary gave lip service to rt,com winning in the information warfare arena. This faction has got to be siding w/Trump in the battles against this international media monopoly. No doubt tied to Big Pharma that pays for lies to broadcast to those prolific boob tube puppet master’s dummies. Ah! But there numbers are going down the proverbial tube.
    Yesterday’s blog relates an in-your-face public attitude of faction[s] not giving a damn about their blatant actions.

    Interesting times, as the Chinese saying goes…

    • Robert Barricklow on January 3, 2019 at 1:54 pm

      Interesting, in that, modern day; syringes can be biological, like the ubiquitous mosquito, or a tick; or breath it/ingest it from Chemtrails; or even spiked GMOs; or use your imagination; because, they’ve either thought of it, or made it happen; or gone way beyond your imagination, w/a wicked AI concoction cocktail.

    • Robert Barricklow on January 3, 2019 at 1:56 pm

      Something triggered another auto/moderation bot censor.

      • Robert Barricklow on January 3, 2019 at 1:57 pm

        What a dirty little minded AI.

    • Robert Barricklow on January 3, 2019 at 2:09 pm

      They shouldn’t dignify corporate news as mainstream. Call it corporate news, in the transnational corporations interests; not one iota, in the mainstream public’s interest.

  17. WalkingDead on January 3, 2019 at 8:13 am

    Despite their immunity to prosecution, they have had to make it legally or otherwise obligatory in order to force people to take the vaccines and people are still refusing to take them. Soon the number of vaccines will top 200, that’s just insane, who would put that much mercury, aluminum, and other toxic cocktails into their body willingly?

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