During an interview with Joe Rogan, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who is a Presidential candidate, acknowledged that he risks his life by raising his voice about the assassinations of his father and uncle. He stated that he takes measures to protect himself from being killed by the CIA. When asked about his safety concerns in case he becomes President, Kennedy replied that he needs to be cautious.
“I gotta be careful. I’m aware of that, you know, I’m aware of that danger. I don’t live in fear of it — at all. But I’m not stupid about it, and I take precautions,” he added.
“[JFK] learned very early on that the purpose of the CIA and the intelligence apparatus was to create a constant pipeline of new wars for them, for the military industrial complex,” Kennedy noted, adding that JFK was adamant that “it’s not the United States’ jobs to dictate what kind of governments other countries have.”
RFK Jr. continued, “in October of 1963 he heard that some of his Green Berets had been killed… and he said I want a total casualty list from Vietnam. His aide came to him and said 75 Americans have died, he said that’s too many and he signed that day a national security directive ordering all troops out of Vietnam… the first thousand over the next month and then the rest by the beginning of 1965, and um and then a month later he was killed.”
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Kennedy went on to detail how his father attempted to “shatter the CIA into a thousands pieces and scatter it to the winds.” In the past, he also noted that he believes the CIA is responsible for killing both his uncle and father.