An article by: Tommaso Baronio

The ranks of candidates for the White House are beginning to thicken. Among Democrats appears the figure of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. who is neglected by the mainstream media but who is the only initiator of peace, globally and in regards to the conflict in Ukraine.

On November 5, 2024, Americans will go to the polls to decide who will lead them over the next four years. The engines are already hot, and the names of the candidates are starting to harden. The ranks already include 12 Republicans who are ready to run for the White House: Donald Trump, Nikki Haley, Vivek Ramaswamy, Asa Hutchinson, Larry Elder, Tim Scott, Ron DeSantis, Mike Pence, Chris Christie, Doug Burgum, Francis Suarez, and Will Hurd. Some names are well-known and some are not, but the results  of primary polls are rewarding those we’ve already counted on. Trump holds 51.8% of the vote, followed by Florida Governor DeSantis with 23.5%, and former President Trump’s former friend Mike Pence is only third with 6.7%. The road is still long and can bring us many surprises.

Just as the Democratic primaries. This party, unlike its Republican rivals, believes that there are only three names running for president: incumbent Joe Biden, Marianne Williamson, and Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Statistics is on Biden’s side, registering a consensus of 64%, followed by Kennedy Jr. with 17% and Williamson with 10%.

It is important to note how the Kennedy Jr.’s campaign is being followed by major US newspapers. In particular, New York Times addresses Biden as a sitting president, Williamson as a writer, and Kennedy Jr. not as a writer and lawyer, which he is, but as an anti-vaxx activist. For God’s sake, the most respected newspaper in the world can’t be telling lies, can it? Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is known around the world for his vaccine skepticism, which also led him to crusade and link childhood vaccines to autism. It is surprising, however, that candidate’s presentation article focuses solely on his anti-science campaigns rather than on his government’s proposals.

Although the entire international press, in fact, describes him as an irrational conspiracy theorist, it should be noted that he is the only one in the galaxy of democrats who included peace in Ukraine in his priorities, criticizing the actions of the United States from 2014 to the present day.

According to his campaign website, “America spends as much on weaponry as the next nine nations combined, yet the country has grown weaker, not stronger, over the last 30 years. Even as its military technology has reigned supreme, America has been hollowing out from the inside. We cannot be a strong or secure nation when our infrastructure, industry, society, and economy are infirm. A high priority of a Kennedy administration will be to make America strong again […]. It is time to end the imperial project and attend to all that has been neglected: the crumbling cities, the antiquated railways, the failing water systems, the decaying infrastructure, the ailing economy. Annual defense-related spending is close to one trillion dollars […]. As president, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. will start the process of unwinding empire. We will bring the troops home. We will stop racking up unpayable debt to fight one war after another. The military will return to its proper role of defending our country. We will end the proxy wars, bombing campaigns, covert operations, coups, paramilitaries, and everything else that has become so normal most people don’t know it’s happening. But it is happening, a constant drain on our strength. It’s time to come home and restore this country.”

Words we never thought we’d read from the pen of a White House candidate.

And again, he writes about the war in Ukraine, “In Ukraine, the most important priority is to end the suffering of the Ukrainian people, victims of a brutal Russian invasion, and also victims of American geopolitical machinations going back at least to 2014.  We must first get clear: Is our mission to help the brave Ukrainians defend their sovereignty? Or is it to use Ukraine as a pawn to weaken Russia? Robert F. Kennedy will choose the first. He will find a diplomatic solution that brings peace to Ukraine and brings our resources back where they belong. We will offer to withdraw our troops and nuclear-capable missiles from Russia’s borders. Russia will withdraw its troops from Ukraine and guarantee its freedom and independence. UN peacekeepers will guarantee peace to the Russian-speaking eastern regions. We will put an end to this war. We will put an end to the suffering of the Ukrainian people. That will be the start of a broader program of demilitarization of all countries.”

An important remorse that will upset the global geopolitical balance.

The percentage gap for Robert F. Kennedy Jr. seems insurmountable, and the possibility that he is indeed the Democratic nominee remains a distant hypothesis.

Of course, Kennedy Jr. has supported anti-science battles on some occasions, but for the sake of intellectual honesty, it must be noted that he is the clearest and also unique sponsor of real peace in the heart of Europe. clearly aware of the sins of previous administrations in terms of wars and weaponry.


Tommaso Baronio