WASHINGTON — “Every power that government takes from us; it will never relinquish voluntarily. They tell you, ‘Well, we just want you to lock down for two weeks just to flatten the curve in hospitals,’ but then 20 months later they still have us locked down. And even when they give up, when they close the lockdowns and let us go back to normal, they are not relinquishing the power to do it to you again and again and again. They now have that power, and they will never let it go until we make them let it go,” Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. told a crowd of thousands at the Defeat the Mandates rally in Washington, D.C. on Sunday.
That was the first of three rules Kennedy told the crowd that it always needs to remember.
The second rule is every power the government’s taken will be “abused to the maximum extent possible,” and the third is that “nobody in history of the planet has ever complied their way out of totalitarian control. Every capitulation is a signal to the oppressors to impose new forms of torment or torture or compliance or obedience, every time you comply, you get weaker,” Kennedy said.
Ultimately the message is that this is the hill to die on and every act of compliance by the people is empowerment of the authoritarians.
An estimate from Fox News stated that there were 30,000 to 35,000 attendees at the rally to end “vaccine” mandates and passports.
Regarding passports, Kennedy said once they are implemented, “every right that you have is transformed into a privilege contingent on your obedience to arbitrary government dictates. It will make you a slave.”
A representative of a group called “Operation Freedom of Choice,” founded by firefighters for informed consent and individual liberty, said: “The mental strain on first responders is already at an all-time high …. To turn around and say now you’re not worth being a firefighter … it’s a huge impact.”
Several prominent doctors spoke, among them being Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Robert Malone.
McCullough spoke about the need for medical freedom, economic freedom and social freedom. He discussed the dangers being seen from the mRNA jabs.
“When the vaccines were in development, we knew it was a gamble,” McCullough said. “I published that it was a gamble. It was a gamble of a lifetime if not a gamble of all time for humanity.”
Malone’s theme was integrity, dignity and community.
Integrity is a commitment to truth, in what you say, how you live, and how you treat others,” Malone said. “Dignity flows from respect, for ourselves, for each other, and for the world we live in. Community is what binds us together, to each other, and gives our lives purpose and meaning.”
Steve Kirsch spoke about what he has seen personally. Kirsch is an engineer and was an executive of a tech company, a job he left to fight the COVID-19 tyranny.
After three relatives of Kirsch’s friend died after submitting to the experimental jabs, he started to investigate the data. Kirsch said the data is alarming.
Ultimately, Kirsch said: “We don’t need masks, we don’t need vaccines, we don’t need mandates, and we don’t need lockdowns. We never did.”
While the focus was largely on the “vaccines,” all of the mandates over the last two years have been totalitarian and immoral. From masks to testing, social distancing to calling some American jobs “nonessential,” it all must be opposed.
Kennedy said we’ve been living in an age of “information chaos” with a propaganda media engaged in “orchestrated confusion and fear” to manipulate data and outright lying to the people.
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