Kennedy, Jr. Josh: Joining us today on the summit is Robert F. Kennedy, welcome and thank you so much for being here today. Kennedy: Thanks for having me. Josh: Your work and your background, Mr. Kennedy, you really need no introduction.
Obviously, our audience is going to be familiar with you. Before we dive into your perspective on 5G, I wanted to first ask you, was there a turning point in your life or was it a gradual process or perhaps it was genetic, what led you to this role that you currently have of being a freedom fighter and willing just to take a bold stand for what you feel is right?
Kennedy: Well, I got involved in environmental issues when I was a very little kid. I loved the outdoors. I loved the rivers and streams and animals.
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I was very involved with wildlife from when I was little. I was conscious of pollution. This was back in the late 50s and early 60s. Washington DC had cement plants that were belching up smoke and the soot would come down and land on your clothes. At that time, there was a lot of air pollution where tens of thousands of people would die every year in our country. I was conscious that we were losing species.
InI was deeply involved in hawks, falcons, training hawks from when I was a little kid. A kind of iconic bird for me was the Eastern — or 1 Anatum — Peregrine falcon which was the eastern version of the most spectacular predatory bird in the world. It was a salmon pink and had beautiful white covert on the cereand there was a pair of them that used to nest on this old post on this building in Washington DC.
And, whenever I would go visit my father who was the Attorney General or my uncle in the White House, I would look forward to those trips because I could look down Pennsylvania Avenue to the post office building and I could see these birds up there. They were the fastest birds in the world. They flew miles per hour, and I could watch them come down Pennsylvania Avenue at these extraordinary speeds and pick pigeons out of the air right in front of the White House, 50 or 60 feet above the White House.
For me, seeing a sight like that was more exciting than visiting my uncle in the White House. But that bird went extinct from DDT inthe same year that my uncle was killed. I remember the Santa Barbara oil spill and I remember when Lake Erie, which was the biggest fishery — half the fish in the Great Lakes came out of Lake Erie — and, when it was declared dead, that drove 20 million Americans out into the street in I was 16 years old and went to New York City to demonstrate.
I was involved with environment from when I was little.
When I was 8 years old, I wrote my uncle, the President, a letter and asked him if I could come talk to him about pollution in the White House. He invited me there and I spent time with him in the Oval Office.
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Then he arranged for me to meet with Rachel Carson who came to our house in Hickory Hill, who he was actually defending at that time from the attacks by Monsanto and by his own USDA, by the Department of Agriculture, and also his Secretary of the Interior.
I was always involved in that. When I became an attorney, I went to work for fishermen on the Hudson suing polluters and helping build the Waterkeeper Alliance, which has now waterkeepers in 44 countries with the biggest water protection group in the world.
I got dragged kicking and screaming into the vaccine issue. I was litigating at that time on behalf of various waterkeepers in the United States and Canada against about, I think, 38 coal-burning power plants and cement kilns across North America mainly for discharging mercury.
That was what we were targeted on. When I was suing, I was going around the country talking about those lawsuits and, wherever I went these women would sit in the front row and they would come up to me afterward — and they were very presentable.
They were professionals most of them. One of them actually came to my house in Cape Cod. I wanted to be a scientist when I was a kid and that is one of the reasons I got into this racket. So, when I sat down and read it, I was immediately struck by the delta between what the scientific establishment, medical establishment, were saying about vaccines and mercury and what the science actually said. That kind of took me down a wormhole on this issue. How does 5G fit into your initiative?
We have been very instrumental and involved in the Roundup case and litigation. PFOAs and then other kinds of pesticides and fluoridation. And, so, 5G is something that really fits in with all of the other things we are doing.
Our children today are walking around or swimming around in a toxic soup. There is a lot of inflammation and reaction site-uri de recenzii mat anti îmbătrânire ego sunsense has synergistic effects from all kinds of different sources as it is and 5G may be an aggravating factor in all of those things. Electromagnetic waves, we know, impact children and they impact fetuses and children more than they do adults.
We know they cause immune activation, they cause inflammation. The World Health Organization has said they are probable carcinogens. They are a very powerful industry, multi-trillion-dollar telecommunications. You have a military involvement which makes it a lot more difficult. There are immunity issues. It is hard to sue them. It is hard to bring them under the discipline of democracy. There is immunity from litigation for human health effects in certain contexts with this already.
Big data today on everything. There are so many powerful interests within society that want to see this happen.
This is a system that could be weaponized. Military applications and, so, it is being pushed through without much thought.
Brain tumors and other cancers, DNA damage, altered gene expression, neurological effects, cognitive impairment, impaired sperm function and quality, altered metabolism, cardiovascular diseases, learning and memory deficits and many, many other. And not only 4G but also 5G has the capacity of altering the entire ecosystem. Nobody has studied it. Nobody knows what it is going to do and yet somehow — it has its own logic and it is pushing it through the political process without any kind of impediments or questioning.
It is a huge nightmare, global experiment with human beings being used as some guinea pigs. In other words, site-uri de recenzii mat anti îmbătrânire ego sunsense pollinators, the animals, the soil.
I know that there are some studies there. What can you tell us from your perspective as an environmental legal expert on this side of the 5G question? He also has an apiary at his site-uri de recenzii mat anti îmbătrânire ego sunsense in Millbrook, New York. He has a lot of hives there.
He put his cell phone on top of a beehive and called his cell phone, which was on vibrate. When his phone rang, all the bees came out of the hive and even the queen came out. I have never seen anything like that. I had never seen anything like that before.
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It takes a lot to get the queen to come out of the hive. You know the fact that something that has even that kind of observed empirical effect that I have seen. The fact that we are going allow 20, satellites to feedback at all of usthis I was at Standing Rock during the demonstrations against the pipeline. Josh: Wow! Kennedy: And they had water. Other people there had been — they turned on the electromagnetic weapons, whatever they are, and they described them. They said it felt like their skin was burning up and they just wanted to run away.
The other thing is, even at the low-level satellites, they are in the ionosphere. That is a very, very fragile part of the physiological ecosystem of the planet and we have no idea of what it will do if we disrupt the ionosphere in that way. There are so many unanswered questions and the experiment is so vast and so huge there is literally no part of the planet where anybody will be able to go to escape this.
So, people are standing up and they are — a number of communities that stood up against them. They have won those battles. It is a very, very powerful industry and these are plasture anti-imbatranire pockets, at this time.
Josh: So, you helped to lead the charge against Monsanto for that first big lawsuit. What, from your perspective, Bobby, on what you are seeing Monsanto and how they are very likely falling?
First of all, do you think Monsanto is going down? And second of all, if you could relate it to what you see happening within big telecom, is that also on a long, sort of timeline for them to go down? How do you see this big picture happening, first with Monsanto and then with the big telecom and 5G? Kennedy: I have been involved in all three Monsanto cases.
We were actually able to get into the agency to look at the arguments. It became very clear that they had moles in the Agency that 5 were working for Monsanto and were not working for the American people.
As a result of that, we had a best and most widely used pesticide in human history. Essentially it is now ubiquitous in most of our food, our water and our air, and it was a giant experiment on humanity around on the world.
There is impact clearly on pollinators and other species. And they lied about the science. So, this an industry with billion dollars at stake with not just millions of dollars but trillions of site-uri de recenzii mat anti îmbătrânire ego sunsense at stake.