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Remaining Respectful While Being Opposed by Ignorance and Inexperience

•, By Dr. Joseph Mercola

Kennedy remains respectful and is eager to have an open, honest debate — a trait he says he learned as a child.

"I was raised in a milieu where we were taught every night to debate each other [and] hold opinions passionately," Kennedy says.1 Now running for president of the United States, Kennedy says he's a favorite among people under 35, women with children under 18 and other key groups — but not yet among Baby Boomers.

"They don't like me because they get their news from TV. And people who get their news from TV are going to have a very low opinion of me because the television networks are, you know, uniformly against me."2

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kennedy was a frequent guest on CNN, MSNBC and other media outlets — until he started saying controversial things. He's since been heavily censored, but his desire to speak the truth to the American people has prevailed.

Kennedy Shares Realities About the Ukraine War

U.S. meddling in the Ukraine conflict reveals that it is not willing to relinquish its imperialistic tendencies. But censorship has silenced any open discussion that goes against the official narrative on the war in Ukraine.

The mainstream media are clear in their message that the Ukraine war is the result of an unprovoked and unjustified invasion, but there's a history to it. Russia has long been very clear about the fact that it will not allow Ukraine to join NATO, for the simple fact that it would place a NATO military presence right on its border. Russia wants Ukraine to remain an independent "buffer zone" between itself and NATO countries.