According to the Democratic presidential candidate, the public was presented with a comic book depiction that can be seen in every war. "There's a bad guy who's like, you know, unspeakably evil, who's planning world conquest or a terrorist attack on America, and we have to be the good guys and go in and stop it," he said during an explosive interview with Tucker Carlson on Monday, Aug. 14.
The West promised Russia to not move the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) "one inch" to the east in 1992, but it was broken just five years later.
"The alliance went on to move not one inch but 1,000 miles, [adding] 14 countries," RFK Jr. said. "This included putting nuclear-ready missile launchers … [that] can take Tomahawk missiles into Poland and Romania. From this proximity, we could in 12 minutes decapitate the entire leadership of Russia."
The move to bring Ukraine to NATO proved to be the last straw that forced Russia into action. He said bringing Ukraine to NATO was a clear "red line" for Russia, which repeatedly warned it would go to war to prevent all of this.
"The Russians were invaded three times through Ukraine. The last time they were invaded, Hitler killed between 20 and 40 million Russians. Hitler killed one out of every seven Russians," RFK Jr. explained. (Related: Hungarian official: Pro-war EU wants Ukraine conflict to continue.)
Asked by Carlson about the rationale of having biolabs in Ukraine, RFK Jr. gave a stunning revelation. "Because we're actively working on bioweapons," RFK Jr. asserted firmly, revealing the unsettling truth about the purpose of these biolabs.
He highlighted the utilization of cutting-edge synthetic biology, CRISPR technology and advanced genetic engineering techniques that were unavailable in previous generations, yielding the potential for creating profoundly alarming bioweapons.
Tracing the historical backdrop of this development, he pointed out that after the enactment of the Patriot Act in 2001, substantial funding was directed toward bioweapons by the Pentagon.
However, there was a sense of apprehension due to the potential violation of the Geneva Conventions, which was considered a grave offense.
To address this, the responsibility for biosecurity was transferred to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), specifically the National Institutes for Allergy and Infectious Diseases led at the time by Anthony Fauci.
Fauci, who retired in December, assumed a central role in bioweapons development. He received a substantial 68 percent salary raise from the Pentagon, making him the highest-paid official in the American government at the time.
According to Kennedy, Fauci established laboratories across the U.S. to facilitate this operation. However, in 2014, the leakage of three of these microbes sparked public outcry, leading to congressional hearings. The gravity of the situation prompted 300 scientists to implore then-President Barrack Obama to halt Anthony Fauci's endeavors, fearing the creation of a microbe capable of triggering a global pandemic.
Consequently, Obama implemented a moratorium, discontinuing the 18 most concerning experiments conducted by Fauci. But the infectious disease expert simply shifted a significant portion of his operations offshore, many of which found their way to Ukraine.
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