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Posted 19 September 2013 - 05:05 AM

RFK Jr’s 2001 secret diary of affairs uncovered

Those skeptical of the degeneration of America’s royal line need look no further than Robert Kennedy Jr.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s journal is full of mistresses and Catholic guilt. The Post also exclusively revealed RFK’s secret slams against Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and Governor Cuomo – and insight on his days full of celebrities, yachts and falcons.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. grappled with what he called his biggest defect — “my lust demons” — while keeping a scorecard of more than two dozen conquests, according to his secret diary.

The thick, red journal was found in their home by his wife, Mary Richardson Kennedy, who, distraught over their impending divorce and Kennedy’s serial philandering, committed suicide last year.

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Views on autism and vaccines

An outspoken opponent of vaccination, in June 2005 Kennedy authored an article in Rolling Stone and Salon.com alleging a government conspiracy to cover up connections between the vaccine preservative thimerosal and childhood autism.[48] The article contained a number of factual errors, leading Salon.com to issue five corrections and ultimately to retract the article completely on January 16, 2011.

The retraction was motivated by accumulating evidence of errors and scientific fraud underlying the vaccine-autism claim.[49] Previous to this retraction, sometime in 2010, Rolling Stone had also deleted Kennedy's article from their archives without explanation.[50][51] As of January 2011, the original, uncorrected, version of the article was still posted on Kennedy’s website, including his factual errors which Salon had corrected.[51]


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Posted 22 September 2013 - 06:00 AM

Caroline Kennedy is in the 1% (actually the .01%)

Caroline Kennedy Worth Up to $278 Million, Disclosures Show

Zero talent, big inheritance.

Caroline Kennedy sells out Camelot

It’s clear that Caroline’s image is as fake and manufactured as her father’s: She is a profit-minded serial holder of non-jobs, culminating in her appointment to one of our ultimate non-jobs, ambassador to Japan.

Caroline’s true accomplishments have gone criminally unnoticed: Her ability to seem above the fray while continuing to burnish a false legacy, all while indulging in a “Real Housewives”-style hustling of ancillary products.

As the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination approaches, so does the merchandising onslaught — books, movies, commemorative magazines.

But there is one aspect of this commercialism that remains surprising: The most shameless huckster of Kennedy mythology and memorabilia is Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg.



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Posted 16 October 2013 - 07:35 AM

The Dark Side of Camelot -- Seymour M. Hersh

This is another tale of our society's ability to become enraptured by someone with star quality and ignore the real picture despite overwhelming evidence.


New book details JFK's last year with Jackie: Affair with Marilyn, amphetamines from 'Dr. Feelgood'..

Max Jacobson, known as Dr. Feelgood, administered high-dosage amphetamine shots laced with steroids to the president on a regular basis. In fact, he would do multiple duty injecting the president, first lady, and members of their inner circle at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis.


Max Jacobson (July 3, 1900 – December 1, 1979) was a German-born New York physician, nicknamed "Miracle Max" and "Dr. Feelgood", who administered amphetamines and other medications to several high profile clients, including President John F. Kennedy.

After fleeing Berlin in 1936, Jacobson set up an office on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, where he treated a number of famous names including Yul Brynner, Truman Capote, Maya Deren, Cecil B. DeMille, Marlene Dietrich, Eddie Fisher, Alan Jay Lerner, Mickey Mantle, Marilyn Monroe, Zero Mostel, Elvis Presley, Anthony Quinn, Nelson Rockefeller, and Tennessee Williams. Dubbed "Dr. Feelgood", Jacobson was known for his "miracle tissue regenerator" shots, which consisted of amphetamines, animal hormones, bone marrow, enzymes, human placenta, painkillers, steroids, and multivitamins.

By the late 1960s, Jacobson's behavior became increasingly erratic as his own amphetamine usage increased. He began working 24-hour days and was seeing up to 30 patients per day. In 1969, one of Jacobson's clients, former Presidential photographer Mark Shaw, died at the age of 47. An autopsy showed that Shaw had died of "acute and chronic intravenous amphetamine poisoning."[13] Under questioning Jacobson's staff admitted to buying large quantities of amphetamines to give many high level doses. The Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs seized Jacobson's supply, and his medical license was revoked in 1975 by the New York State Board of Regents.[15]



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Posted 16 October 2013 - 08:25 AM

The Dark Side of Camelot -- Seymour M. Hersh

This is another tale of our society's ability to become enraptured by someone with star quality and ignore the real picture despite overwhelming evidence.


New book details JFK's last year with Jackie: Affair with Marilyn, amphetamines from 'Dr. Feelgood'..

Max Jacobson, known as Dr. Feelgood, administered high-dosage amphetamine shots laced with steroids to the president on a regular basis. In fact, he would do multiple duty injecting the president, first lady, and members of their inner circle at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis.


Max Jacobson (July 3, 1900 – December 1, 1979) was a German-born New York physician, nicknamed "Miracle Max" and "Dr. Feelgood", who administered amphetamines and other medications to several high profile clients, including President John F. Kennedy.

After fleeing Berlin in 1936, Jacobson set up an office on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, where he treated a number of famous names including Yul Brynner, Truman Capote, Maya Deren, Cecil B. DeMille, Marlene Dietrich, Eddie Fisher, Alan Jay Lerner, Mickey Mantle, Marilyn Monroe, Zero Mostel, Elvis Presley, Anthony Quinn, Nelson Rockefeller, and Tennessee Williams. Dubbed "Dr. Feelgood", Jacobson was known for his "miracle tissue regenerator" shots, which consisted of amphetamines, animal hormones, bone marrow, enzymes, human placenta, painkillers, steroids, and multivitamins.[/b]

By the late 1960s, Jacobson's behavior became increasingly erratic as his own amphetamine usage increased. He began working 24-hour days and was seeing up to 30 patients per day. In 1969, one of Jacobson's clients, former Presidential photographer Mark Shaw, died at the age of 47. An autopsy showed that Shaw had died of "acute and chronic intravenous amphetamine poisoning."[13] Under questioning Jacobson's staff admitted to buying large quantities of amphetamines to give many high level doses. The Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs seized Jacobson's supply, and his medical license was revoked in 1975 by the New York State Board of Regents.[15]



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Ready for your close-up, Mr. Demille?


DeMille was a highly active Republican. In 1944, he was the master of ceremonies at the massive rally organized by David O. Selznick in the Los Angeles Coliseum in support of the Dewey-Bricker ticket as well as Governor Earl Warren of California, who would become Dewey's running mate in 1948 and later the Chief Justice of the United States. The gathering drew 93,000, with short speeches by Hedda Hopper and Walt Disney. Among those in attendance were Ann Sothern, Ginger Rogers, Randolph Scott, Adolphe Menjou, Gary Cooper, and Walter Pidgeon. Though the rally drew a good response, most Hollywood celebrities who took a public position sided with the Roosevelt-Truman ticket.[13]


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Posted 05 November 2013 - 05:04 AM

Sickly, Sickly JFK

50 year later, people are still unaware of how sickly JFK was. It's a deep dark secret.

From a medical standpoint, Kennedy was a mess. For example, there is the simple fact that Kennedy was hospitalized more than three dozen times in his life and given the last rites three times .

During the first six months of his presidency, Kennedy's physicians "administered large doses of so many drugs that [Dr. Janet] Travell kept a `Medicine Administration Record'" . Many of the drugs Kennedy received affect thinking

To put things in a different light, if an officer in the U.S. Air Force were taking any one of these medications, he or she would not even be allowed to talk on the radio to aircraft as supervisor of flying. Kennedy, as commander-in-chief, was supervisor for the entire Air Force.


Dallek believes steroid treatment of Kennedy's colitis began in 1937 6d. Steroid therapy often comes at a cost, because of its propensity to cause adverse health effects. This was especially true in Kennedy's case, as steroid therapy was still new to medicine in the 1930s. The consequences of steroid excess, now known as "Cushing syndrome," were not described by Cushing until 19__.
Dallek believes steroids were the "principal contributor" to Kennedy's duodenal ulcer (see above) and back problems (see below) 6d. (Steroids cause thinning of bones.) Steroids also altered the shape of Kennedy's face (see below) and, perhaps, body.

Another complication of steroid use is suppression of adrenal gland function. Kennedy was diagnosed with underactive adrenal glands in 1947, a condition known as Addison disease (see below). If Dallek is correct, Kennedy had by then been on steroids for 10 years, although not continuously 6. This makes it extremely difficult to know if Kennedy's Addison disease was the result of chronic steroid use, or whether it was the result of some other process (e.g. auto-immunity).



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Posted 29 November 2013 - 01:39 PM

Cult of personality

A cult of personality arises when an individual uses mass media, propaganda, or other methods, to create an idealized, heroic, and at times, god-like public image, often through unquestioning flattery and praise.

the cult of personality holds parallels with what Weber defined as "charismatic authority". A cult of personality is similar to hero worship, except that it is established by mass media and propaganda.

Throughout history, monarchs and other heads of state were almost always held in enormous reverence. Through the principle of the divine right of kings, for example, rulers were said to hold office by the will of God. Ancient Egypt, Japan, the Inca, the Aztecs, Tibet, Siam (now Thailand), and the Roman Empire are especially noted for redefining monarchs as "god-kings".

The spread of democratic and secular ideas in Europe and North America in the 18th and 19th centuries made it increasingly difficult for monarchs to preserve this aura. However, the subsequent development of photography, sound recording, film, and mass production, as well as public education and techniques used in commercial advertising, enabled political leaders to project a positive image like never before



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Posted 26 February 2014 - 09:02 AM

The Kennedys are proof that you can grow up in a mansion and attend an ivy league college and still be white trash. :lol: :lol:

Kerry Kerry is accused of hitting a tractor-trailer truck on the interstate on July 13, 2012, while zonked out on the sleeping pill Ambien.

She claims she made a mistake and took the drug in place of her thyroid medication.

The privileged daughter of slain Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, niece of slain President John F. Kennedy and ex-wife of Gov. Cuomo will have to do better to prove to me that she’s not responsible for making a mess.



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Posted 04 October 2014 - 08:47 PM

RFK Jr’s 2001 secret diary of affairs uncovered

Those skeptical of the degeneration of America’s royal line need look no further than Robert Kennedy Jr.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s journal is full of mistresses and Catholic guilt. The Post also exclusively revealed RFK’s secret slams against Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and Governor Cuomo – and insight on his days full of celebrities, yachts and falcons.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. grappled with what he called his biggest defect — “my lust demons” — while keeping a scorecard of more than two dozen conquests, according to his secret diary.

The thick, red journal was found in their home by his wife, Mary Richardson Kennedy, who, distraught over their impending divorce and Kennedy’s serial philandering, committed suicide last year.

http://nypost.com/20...ry-of-adultery/

Views on autism and vaccines

An outspoken opponent of vaccination, in June 2005 Kennedy authored an article in Rolling Stone and Salon.com alleging a government conspiracy to cover up connections between the vaccine preservative thimerosal and childhood autism.[48] The article contained a number of factual errors, leading Salon.com to issue five corrections and ultimately to retract the article completely on January 16, 2011.

The retraction was motivated by accumulating evidence of errors and scientific fraud underlying the vaccine-autism claim.[49] Previous to this retraction, sometime in 2010, Rolling Stone had also deleted Kennedy's article from their archives without explanation.[50][51] As of January 2011, the original, uncorrected, version of the article was still posted on Kennedy’s website, including his factual errors which Salon had corrected.[51]


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RFK Jr supports the death penalty. :lol: :lol:

I do, however, believe that corporations which deliberately, purposefully, maliciously and systematically sponsor climate lies should be given the death penalty. This can be accomplished through an existing legal proceeding known as “charter revocation.” State Attorneys General can invoke this remedy whenever corporations put their profit-making before the “public welfare.”



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Posted 09 October 2014 - 02:37 AM

RFK Jr’s 2001 secret diary of affairs uncovered

Those skeptical of the degeneration of America’s royal line need look no further than Robert Kennedy Jr.

Views on autism and vaccines

An outspoken opponent of vaccination, in June 2005 Kennedy authored an article in Rolling Stone and Salon.com alleging a government conspiracy to cover up connections between the vaccine preservative thimerosal and childhood autism.[48] The article contained a number of factual errors, leading Salon.com to issue five corrections and ultimately to retract the article completely on January 16, 2011.


RFK Jr supports the death penalty. :lol: :lol:

I do, however, believe that corporations which deliberately, purposefully, maliciously and systematically sponsor climate lies should be given the death penalty.

Climate March - RFK Jr goes ballistic when challenged about his hypocrisy


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Posted 03 May 2016 - 04:18 PM

Hollywood film to revisit events on Chappaquiddick in 1969 which ended Edward Kennedy's dream of becoming president

 

  • Known as the Chappaquiddick Incident after the Massachusetts island where it took place
  • Edward had been driving back from a party when he veered off a bridge 
  • Kennedy swam ashore to save himself but left passenger Mary Jo Kopechne to drown - and did not report the incident for nine hours
  • Film will now revisit events in 1969 that appalled millions of Americans 
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It transpired Miss Kopechne had not drowned but had survived in an air pocked inside the car - she was asphyxiated only when the oxygen ran out several hours later.

 

Teddy escaped with a two-year suspended sentence and the loss of his driving licence for a year. He had been allowed to plead guilty to no more than the charge of leaving the scene of an accident.  

 

 


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