A Vital Book You Must Read

If you want to understand what is going on in the world today, there is a book you must read. Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s, The Real Anthony Fauci. You might be wondering: Everybody already knows that Fauci is a mad “doctor” with a Napoleon complex who has blighted people’s lives with the deadly Covid vaccines he has pushed for  and crippled our economy through the lockdowns he has urged. And who could forget about “mask mandates”? As Cheri Zaslawski says, “Now let’s do some fact-checking to determine exactly what we can thank Dr. Fauci for:

  • “Dictating the draconian lockdown of America, putting the public under virtual house arrest, destroying the livelihoods of millions of our citizens, and driving many to despair and some to suicide, while killing others via denial of normal medical care to ‘make room’ for the millions of Covid hospitalizations that never materialized
  • Declaring hydroxychloroquine(HCQ) ‘ineffective’ thereby condemning thousands to death who never got this highly successful treatment
  • Pimping for Moderna and Pfizer experimental mRNA ‘vaccines’ that have already resulted in thousands of deaths–3,848 listed in VAERS as of April 2021—and an additional 44,606 ‘adverse events,’ including stroke and paralysis.”

It’s safe to say that Fauci wouldn’t win any popularity contests. But if we know all this, why read a book about him? It’s like saying: “Here’s a book you must read. It shows Stalin was a really bad guy!”

The answer is that The Real Antony Fauci shows that we have underestimated the evil of this Satanic so-called “doctor.”  RFK’s subtitle gives us a good clue to the nature of his indictment against Fauci; “Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health.” He traces Fauci’s long career from its beginning to now: “Dr. Anthony Fauci spent half a century as America’s reigning health commissar, ever-preparing for his final role as Commander of history’s biggest war against a global pandemic. . .His experiences surviving  50 years as the panjandrum of a key federal bureaucracy, having advised six Presidents, the Pentagon, intelligence agencies, foreign governments, and the WHO, seasoned him exquisitely for a crisis that would allow him to wield power enjoyed by few rulers and no doctor in history.”  (p.xvi)

Fauci’s efforts to control us, if necessary killing vast numbers of us in the process, go back a long way. “Dr. Fauci’s take away from the 1976 swine flu crisis seems to have been the revelation that pandemics were opportunities of convenience for expanding agency power and visibility, and for cementing advantageous partnerships with pharmaceutical behemoths and for career advancement. Four years later the AIDS pandemic proved a redemptive juncture for NIAID [National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases] and the launch pad for Dr.Fauci’s stellar rise. The lessons to be learned from orchestrating regulatory responses to the AIDS crisis would become familiar templates for managing subsequent pandemics.” (p.131)

Fauci devised the pattern of operations he has used so many times during the AIDS crisis. “Even all those years ago, Anthony Fauci had already perfected his special style of ad-fear-tising, using remote, unlikely, farfetched and improbable possibilities to frighten people. Fauci helped terrify millions into wrongly believing they were at risk of getting AIDS when they were not. . .The message people took away from these 250 rambling and obfuscating words [of Fauci’s] ‘Something less than truly intimate contact can give you this disease.’ Translated into English, however, it’s just twelve words of truth: There have been zero cases of AIDS spread by ordinary close contact.” (pp.131-132)

Fauci did much more than stir up panic about AIDS. . He used fraudulent studies to promote a dangerous drug for AIDS victims. “Dr. Fauci’s fraud persuaded hundreds of thousands of people to take AZT. For many of them, it was a lethal choice. In 1987, AZT became the AIDS ‘therapy’ even though in the recommended dosage of 1,500 mg/day, it was absolutely fatal. Throughout the 1980s, the average lifespan of a patient on AZT was four years. . .The quality of life on AZT was universally pretty miserable. Many credible scientists argued that AZT was killing more people than AIDS. [John] Lauritsen estimated that AZT killed 330.000 gay men between 1987 and 2019. Many of the dead were perfectly healthy before beginning the AIDS regimen. Absent AZT, Lauritsen says, the vast majority of these men would not have died.” (p.170)

Fauci also perfected another technique in his modus operandi. He ruthlessly crushed scientists who dissented from his views. Peter Duesberg, a world-famous scientist at UC Berkeley, was an early victim. “On their face, Duesberg’s incendiary queries seemed to create an irresistible bulwark against Dr. Fauci’s HIV-only hypothesis. Even today, Duesberg’s rationales appear so clean, so elegantly crafted, and so compelling that, in reading them, it seems impossible that the entire hypothesis did not instantly collapse under the smothering weight of relentless logic. . .But the AIDS cartel never attempted a reply. Instead, Dr. Fauci met this critical assault by simply ignoring it and by castigating anyone who credited it. He set about making Duesberg an example to discourage future inquiries. . .Dr. Fauci orchestrated a fusillade of withering and venomous attacks that effectively ended Duesberg’s illustrious career.” (p.214)

Fauci has since then expanded his nefarious activities world-wide, in alliance with mega-billionaire Bill Gates. “Media recipients of pharma advertising dollars and Gates Foundation lucre like to characterize Gates as a ‘public health expert.’ But six years after Gates summoned Dr. Fauci to his Seattle mansion, two Los Angeles Times investigative reporters, Charles Filler and Doug Smith, employed the term ‘White Man’s Burden’ to describe the catastrophic impact of Gates’s medical meddling in Africa. That title suggests that Gates’s efforts to rescue the dark races from disease and famine mask all the familiar impulses for imperial control. The comprehensive study provides eloquent testimony to the lethal effect of Gates’s natal arrogance on children. Filler and Smith detail how Gates’s systematic diversion of Africa’s international medical spending to his high tech, high-price, and often untested vaccines is killing babies across Africa.” (p.309)

Why have Gates and Fauci entered into this dastardly scheme? The answer isn’t hard to find: there is money in it. “Real-world evidence, including his investments in pharmaceuticals, petroleum, chemical, and GMO processed and synthetic food, suggests that Gates’s obsession with vaccines does not evince any genuine commitment to healthy populations. . .Gates owns investments in sixty-nine of the world’s worst-polluting companies, His single-minded obsession with vaccines seems to serve his impulse to monetize his charity and to achieve monopoly control over global public health policy. . .And Gates’s vaccine cartel has amassed Midas-like riches. . .And the key to much of that portfolio is having Anthony Fauci.” (p.349)

With this background in place, we can understand Fauci’s role in Covid-19 tyranny better than ever before. The book mentions a devastating detail. “We must acknowledge that in 2020, he [Fauci] finally hit the jackpot with COVID-19. Among the more revealing documents in Dr. Fauci’s 2021 email dump is a rough schematic . . .that Dr. Fauci signed ‘Tony F’ depicting a March Madness-style tournament bracket scoring the pestilential contestants during two decades of mostly phony contagions. COVID-19 finally emerges as champion. The doodle is titled ‘Dr. Fauci’s March Madness Bracketing Picks and dated March 11, 2020. In his macabre pool, Coronavirus—top-seeded out of the East region—-defeats the entire field that includes his long litany of contrived diseases including smallpox, chicken pox, bird flu, swine flu, Zika,  hepatitis B, Smallpox, MERS, and measles. The drawing suggests Dr. Fauci’s pride in a final satisfying victory after a long, often-triumphant career engineering global pandemics.” (p.372) As the great Murray Rothbard used to say, “Monstrous!”