The US presidential candidate also indicated that Saudi Arabia’s integration into the BRICS could redefine the balance of power
✅ Receive news from Brasil 247 and TV 247 on the Brasil 247 channel and in the 247 community on WhatsApp.
247 – Independent candidate for president of the United States Robert F. Kennedy Jr. defended the strategic importance of Israel for the interests of American geopolitics in a recent interview.
He emphasized Israel’s role as an American bulwark in the Middle East and characterized calls for the end of the Zionist state as a threat to U.S. national security interests. He also indicated that Saudi Arabia’s integration into the BRICS group (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) could redefine the balance of power in control of global oil resources.
“Israel functions as a US stronghold in the Middle East. An aircraft carrier in the Middle East, an ‘incredible’ ally in terms of technology. The money goes to the United States, but now Iran is an ally of Russia and China. Iran controls the oil of Venezuela, where Hezbollah is present, supporting the Maduro regime. With Saudi Arabia joining the BRICS, they will control 90% of the world’s oil if Israel disappears. Israel is our ambassador there, giving us intelligence and capacity to influence events. That would be a catastrophe for US national security,” said Kennedy Jr., in an interview with The Rubin Report last Sunday (5).
Kennedy is a descendant of an illustrious political lineage: son of former US Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and nephew of former US President John F. Kennedy. On October 7, when Hamas attacked Israel, it declared support for the Zionist regime. “This ignominious, unprovoked and barbaric attack on Israel must be met with worldwide condemnation and unequivocal support for the Jewish State’s right to self-defense,” he wrote on his website at the time, calling the Palestinian militants’ offensive “terrorism.”
CONTINUES AFTER RECOMMENDATIONS