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Read this book because you’ll hate it

The Real Anthony Fauci:
Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health

By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr

A review.

Thank you to longtime reader RW for the gift of this book.


This is the book that should put Anthony Fauci in prison. Not just Fauci, but dozens, if not hundreds, of corrupt, lying, death-dealing, condescending, authoritarian high-level “experts” who have wrecked the health of potentially millions of people, experimented on children and pregnant women, killed unknown numbers, and are destroying the last remaining trust in medical systems worldwide.

Problem is, this is the book that should have put them in prison already. Or at least provided fodder for full and rapid investigations, arrests, and prosecutions.

But we live in an age when politically connected people increasingly bear no consequences, even for their most dire deeds (unless of course they run afoul of some even more politically connected persons, in which case they can conveniently “commit suicide” to prevent further facts from emerging).

It’s no surprise whatsoever that this book has been either #1 or #2 overall on Amazon since its November 2021 release. It’s fluidly written, thoroughly researched and annotated, as gripping as a horror story (which it is), timely, and excruciatingly important. It’s even written by a high-ranking member of America’s royal family, a man with impeccable lifelong liberal credentials, who is now turning all the power of his intellect, experience, and name against the reigning U.S. establishment.

Alas it’s no surprise that it’s apparently being ignored outside already skeptical circles. It’s crickets in the mainstream media. Crickets from the “Biden” administration. Crickets from those who should be investigating verifiable criminal conspiracies that have been going on not just over Covid, but at least since the AIDS epidemic, where Fauci first perfected his “vax-and-profits over treatment” techniques.

Fauci’s only response to the book was (regretfully, he smarmily claimed) to call the author “a very disturbed individual”, then name drop other, presumably better, Kennedys. But then, what could Fauci say? “He’s right. I’m guilty. I throw myself on the mercy of …”?


On Amazon there are multiple reviews that say, “I read the book in one sitting. Couldn’t put it down,” or something to that effect.

My reading has been the opposite. I can barely pick the book up.

Not because it’s a heavy tome — though it does weigh in at 450 pages. But because every page contains something that is so verifiably true, yet so nakedly horrendous, that I read a few passages then have to walk away to resettle my blood pressure.

Show you what I mean. I am now going to open the book in five random places and quote absolutely random passages I find on the open spread. Here goes:

Regarding Fauci’s beginnings of power in the AIDS crisis:

“Despite pleas from patients, their doctors, and advocates, despite the vast financial windfalls flowing to his agency from the HIV community’s adept lobbying, Dr. Fauci refused to meet with the AIDS community leadership during his first three years as America’s ‘AIDS Czar.’ … It was a hardwired reflex at NIAID to exaggerate public fears of pandemics, and Dr. Fauci’s first instinct as national AIDS czar had been to stoke contagion terror. He made himself a villain among AIDS activists with a fear-mongering 1983 article in the Journal of the American Medical Association warning that AIDS could be spread by casual contact.”

Sound familiar?

Regarding the federal health bureaucracy’s long history of exploiting children (particularly fosters and institutionalized children), prisoners, and mental patients as test subjects, which has continued under Fauci (this is Kennedy quoting another watchdog author):

“If the children refuse the drugs, they’re held down and force fed. If the children continue to resist, they’re taken to Columbia Presbyterian hospital, where a surgeon puts a plastic tube through their abdominal wall into their stomachs. From then on the drugs are injected directly into their intestines. In 2003, two children, ages six and twelve, had debilitating strokes due to drug toxicities. The six-year-old went blind. Both children died shortly after.”

That section of the book goes on to detail mass graves of NIAID-killed children, their death records “destroyed in a fire” and other such excuses. Those passages are simply too holocaust-like to quote. Fauci and friends truly out-Mengele Mengele.

Regarding well-known deaths, particularly of black celebrities:

“When Cicely Tyson, Marvin Hagler, and rapper Earl Simmons — aka DMX — all died soon after taking COVID vaccines, the medical community and the CDC rushed in to assure the African American community that the deaths were not vaccine-related. Social media and mainstream outlets censored or removed stories that suggested a vaccine association. Gates-funded ‘fact-checker’ organizations ‘debunked’ any link. The desperation to discredit such talk inspired many ‘respectable’ media outfits to simply lie. When home run king Hank Aaron, whom I knew, died seventeen days after receiving a vaccine at a staged press conference at Atlanta’s Morehouse College, I wrote that his death was among a wave of deaths in older people following vaccination. (I never said the vaccine caused Aaron’s death.) The New York Times, CNN, ABC, NBC, Inside Edition, and a hundred news organizations across the globe rush to castigate me and rebuff my article as ‘vaccine misinformation,’ assuring the public that the Fulton County Coroner had declared Aaron’s death ‘unrelated to the vaccine.’ When I called the Fulton County Coroner, the office informed me that they had never seen Hank Aaron’s body and that Aaron’s family had buried him without an autopsy. After I published this embarrassing fact, not a single news organization printed a retraction.”

As an example of how pervasive the desire to censor adverse information is and how far back it goes in “public health”:

“In order to discourage public discussion of those embarrassing abcesses on its sacred cow [in this case, side effects of the polio vaccine], HHS in 1984 — the year Anthony Fauci became director of NIAID — quietly pushed through an astonishing federal regulation that reflected the agency’s institutional culture of paranoia, secrecy, and imperiousness but not America’s democratic values or the U.S. Constitution:

Any possible doubts, whether or not well-founded, about the safety of the vaccine cannot be allowed to exist in view of the need to assure that the vaccines will continue to be used to the maximum extent consistent with the nation’s public health objectives.” — Federal Register Vol 49 No 107″

Finally, the fifth “quote” I was going to try to give you is actually the entirety of Chapter 11, which details all the phony epidemics the U.S. or global public health establishment has tried to hype, going clear back to the 1976 Swine Flu (when FAUCI was a mere “frontline spectator” at the NIAID), and how often those non-events were used to gain more power and more funding and more easy profits to do more harm to more people via hastily concocted, inadequately tested, highly dubious vaccines or medications.

Those passages are way too long to quote. Read them for yourself.

We are being played. We are being used. We are being damaged. Our children, including babies in the womb, are being damaged even worse. Mssrs. Fauci and Gates and representatives of virtually every Big Pharma company are responsible. They have bought and corrupted (and been bought BY and corrupted BY) the entire medical research industry — and nothing and nobody (at least nobody in power) is going to try to stop them.

None of this is going to go away, not even after the COVID narrative falls apart. This is a pattern — and a very successful one for those profiting from it (or those, like Gates, who have other agendas).

I’ve read all of this book that I can bear. I can’t recommend it as a pleasant or relaxing read. OMG no. But read it to learn how far back, how deep, and how wide the horrors go. Read it and find ways for you and those you love to stay far, far, far from these people and all the millions (billions!) they’ve influenced into their pattern of hysteria, submission, cruelty, chronic ill-health, and death.


  1. Comrade X
    Comrade X January 17, 2022 12:43 pm

    “This is the book that should put Anthony Fauci in prison. Not just Fauci, but dozens, if not hundreds, of corrupt, lying, death-dealing, condescending, authoritarian high-level “experts” who have wrecked the health of potentially millions of people, experimented on children and pregnant women, killed unknown numbers, and are destroying the last remaining trust in medical systems worldwide.”


  2. Warren Bluhm
    Warren Bluhm January 17, 2022 1:33 pm

    You happened to post this on the same day I finished the audiobook, and before I was halfway through, I bought myself a physical copy of the book because audiobooks and ebooks exist on clouds that can be scrubbed. I had the same response as yours over and over again as I listened: Why is this man still walking free decades after his inhumane and criminal behavior were revealed? And how can it still be happening?

    Part of the answer is the breadth and depth of it all. If there is hope, it’s that we still live in a world where such a book can be published and distributed. It’s clear, however, that “top people” are working on that.

  3. Claire
    Claire January 17, 2022 2:01 pm

    Weird coincidence, Warren Bluhm, especially as I’ve been putting this review off for weeks.

    Your observation that people should own a physical copy of this book is spot on. I didn’t want to read this book at all. I’m glad I’ve given myself permission to stop and passed my copy on to a friend. But the more physical copies there are out there, the better. I can picture — years from now, possibly generations from now — people secretly passing this book to their children and grandchildren, telling them, “This is how it got to be so bad. Because nobody with the power to stop this did anything.”

  4. January 17, 2022 2:15 pm

    The saddest and probably the most frightening part of this whole Chinese Virus fiasco is that we now have millions of people who no longer trust their doctors or the medical profession. Those who don’t die because of the “jab” will be doctoring themselves and refusing treatment in hospitals. We will now see an increase in the stockpiling of survival medicines.

  5. Comrade X
    Comrade X January 17, 2022 2:43 pm

    The reason why government should stay out of medicine has been made very clear to many of us now.

    The crimes against humanity committed by Fauci and his enablers must be recognized or society will be doomed to repeat these transgressions for eternity.

  6. Granny
    Granny January 17, 2022 3:10 pm
    It is sad and it is frightening, but if you go into the hospital, ostensibly sick with covid, they will kill you with their “approved protocol”. I think stockpiling survival medicines and getting in depth first aid training, such as offered by Patriot Nurse is a very good idea.

    There is a collapse of the healthcare system ongoing, not just the food supply chain. It’s like dominoes.

    Claire, I know people who have bought the book and are reading it. I decided not to since I had some other priorities. But, I applaud you for reading. Many years ago, when I realized the depth and breadth of the corruption in our government, I was so angry and so sick at my stomach – to realize that everything I thought was true was a lie. We have to go through stages – the stages of grieving – and come out the other side with a purpose – whatever that purpose for us becomes. Otherwise, we live on the cliffs of insanity.

  7. Val E. Forge
    Val E. Forge January 17, 2022 3:22 pm

    On a (slightly) more positive note:

    For an encouraging story about a man who fought the government/medical complex and at least partly won, watch “The Dallas Buyers Club” starring Matthew McConaughey. Based on a true story, McConaughey plays a 1980’s AIDS patient who did his own PRE-INTERNET research and prolonged his life and the life of others like him. He obtained drugs available outside the U.S. and made them available to others. Needless to say TPTB didn’t like that. But as your old pal Val E. Forge always says, there is nothing that inept authority hates more virulently and punishes more mercilessly than an amateur practicing without a license showing them up by using methods other than their own. It’s why metropolitan police chiefs hate CCW’s, why teachers unions hate home schooling, and why married women hate the world’s oldest profession.

  8. Toirdhealbheach Beucail
    Toirdhealbheach Beucail January 17, 2022 6:40 pm

    Sunlight – even if weak at first – is the only disinfectant for such things. And it would not be the first time in US history that inglorious deeds occurred that were only brought to date years after the event when many of those that enabled it had died.

    “If you would know who controls you see who you may not criticise.” – Publius Cornelius Tacitus

  9. Iwoots
    Iwoots January 17, 2022 8:33 pm

    “But because every page contains something that is so verifiably true, yet so nakedly horrendous, that I read a few passages then have to walk away to resettle my blood pressure.”

    Sounds like when I read the “Gulag Archipelago”. Found out my stomach wasn’t as strong as I thought.

  10. Jolly
    Jolly January 18, 2022 9:43 am

    I encourage physical copies of books, too. I’ve ordered mine, and hope to get daughter ( RN ), niece ( BA in Public Health ), and #2 Son ( in college ) to read it.

    I have purchased several copies of Encyclopedia Brittanica ( 1926, 1982 ), World Book ( 1977 ), and so-on. Looking for the giant Merriam-Webster Dictionary of the English Language ( hopefully no later than about 1990 ).

    I have watched, in real time, as articles and definitions change on the internet.

  11. Michael in AK
    Michael in AK January 18, 2022 11:59 am

    You really expect him to be in prison??? Probably surprised Epstein died too huh? Expect people to bring you food when you are prohibited from shopping? They keep telling us what they are going to do and how they will treat us, you are leading people astray

  12. Claire
    Claire January 18, 2022 12:22 pm

    Did I say I expected justice against Fauci? Very much the opposite. Did I say I’m surprised when controversial people “suicide”? Again, the opposite.

    Did I say I expect people to bring me food? I said some people would do such things, but also noted in that blog entry that that comment was only the beginning of an inconclusive brainstorming session, with no settled solutions. In fact, I wrote that piece specifically to solicit other ideas and perspectives.

    Can you actually read?

    Finally, I’m not leading people astray because I’m not leading anybody anywhere. I believe in people finding their own solutions. I believe that people have different roles to play in the dangerous times to come (fighters, support people, preservers of culture, rebuilders of society, moles, etc.) and this blog discusses many possibilities.

  13. Comrade X
    Comrade X January 18, 2022 12:47 pm

    It appears to me that some people must believe to advocate thinking for oneself is leading people astray, don’t ya know?

  14. Claire
    Claire January 18, 2022 12:58 pm

    Thank you, Comrade X, for that breath of sanity.

    We’ve had a lot of new people come into the Commentariat lately and most of them have been wonderful, thoughtful people with new perspectives to offer. But OMG, some of them seem to judge faster than they can read.

    And some seem to think that every single person should pick up arms and go to war right now. But aside from the fact that they themselves aren’t walking their talk, when war comes who do they think is going to provide the food, bind the wounds, gather intelligence, plan the strategies, defend the homefront, or hide the guerrilla fighters in safety? Who do they think is going to rebuild the world when it’s in ruins?

    Useless Keyboard Kommandos.

  15. Fido
    Fido January 18, 2022 1:19 pm


    “The saddest and probably the most frightening part of this whole Chinese Virus fiasco is that we now have millions of people who no longer trust their doctors or the medical profession.”

    There is *reason* why they will no longer trust. That trust has been violated in ways that are shocking and massive.

    What would actually be sad, would be people continuing to place trust in the new Josef Mengele.

    I understand modern medicine, it’s techniques and tenets, far better than most of my peers, and modern medicine no longer has anything to offer that I’m interested in.

    If they don’t kill me, I will outlive them all.

    Where is the downside of an “increase in the stockpiling of survival medicines”?

    People will be led astray.
    This says more about people than about leaders.

    “One of the painful signs of years of dumbed-down education is how many people are unable to make a coherent argument. They can vent their emotions, question other people’s motives, make bold assertions, repeat slogans – anything except reason.” – Thomas Sowell

    What passes for “argument” today is almost exclusively “Ad Hominen”, “attacking the messenger”, and “Call to authority”. Both are fallacious arguments.

    Truth is the source of authority. Authority is *not* the source of truth.
    By definition, the truth cannot contradict itself. (it’s only objective measure)
    “Authorities” are human and *will* contradict themselves.

    The Truth stands on it’s own against the lie, and is it’s own authority and needs no other.
    The Lie must resort to censorship, which is what fallacious arguments amount to.

    If you want the truth, you cannot abdicate your personal responsibility to do the hard work of reason and logic.

    Every evil we see today can be attributed to the abdication of personal responsibility….
    the rejection of personal adulthood.

  16. Dagr
    Dagr January 18, 2022 3:34 pm

    When a group or party believes they hold the moral high ground, you will not convince them that they were wrong simply by pointing out facts. And they will continue to support each other if the alternative is admitting they were wrong and their moral values were flawed. Thomas Sowell tweeted less than a year ago:

    “It is usually futile to try to talk facts and analysis to people who are enjoying a sense of moral superiority in their ignorance.”

    Before Sowell’s quote (a year before, though he’s been a big influence in other ways and shared similar thoughts before), I’d had and article published in Survivalblog on understanding the liberal thought process. Much of it is based on experiences with my own family members. If anyone is interested (not self-promoting here, just sharing).

  17. Val E. Forge
    Val E. Forge January 18, 2022 5:22 pm

    Fido – You got THAT right! Good stuff!

  18. Val E. Forge
    Val E. Forge January 18, 2022 5:45 pm

    Dagr – Also good stuff. I skimmed the link.

  19. Toirdhealbheach Beucail
    Toirdhealbheach Beucail January 18, 2022 7:20 pm

    At the risk of being impolite, reactionary responses are precisely why there is often difficulty communicating with the other side. To Claire’s point, any successful movement that change anything had all different kinds of people. The idea is to build across people groups, not isolate them (if for no other reason than that makes groups easier to control). Reactionary statements, while they can be satisfying, really make things harder (usually) in the long run. And the long run is going to be built with people that even today do not know that they are on the side of liberty. They maybe are thinking about it, experimenting with a website or two, maybe trying a tentative conversation with someone the think might be like minded: Reactionary responses will not only remove any hope that further conversation can continue, it can actively turn people into enemies.

    To be fair, I have been called an Idealist. To also be fair, I seldom if ever have regretted the reactionary statement I did not make or send – nor did I have to unwind the consequences of it later to a potential former ally turned adversary.

    This is a place of passionate, heated, but mostly thoughtful discussion. Our kind and generous hostess should not have to referee things that are neither well thought out nor thoughtful.

  20. Val E. Forge
    Val E. Forge January 18, 2022 8:41 pm

    Right on T Beu

  21. Stealth Spaniel
    Stealth Spaniel January 18, 2022 8:44 pm

    I have started the book, but like you. I can only do a few pages at the time. Then I need to force the bile back down to my stomach.
    Imagine the millions of innocent animals-especially dogs-sacrificed in the name of “SCIENCE”. Animals have no court of appeals, no social justice warriors, and no say in the agony that is inflicted upon them. After reading about those poor beagles-a noble hunting dog since the time of the Romans, who thought that beagles were the greatest hunters in the world-I want to hang the SOB still breathing on a log. Then skin him alive. He deserves worse but I need to face my maker some day.
    The Elites are like termites; they are hollowing out every thing from the inside out, leaving only dust. Caligua had nothing on any of them. There is only one way out of this mess. I won’t state the obvious.

  22. Minimalmed
    Minimalmed January 18, 2022 10:30 pm

    If it wasn’t true, Fauci would sue…

  23. Fred
    Fred January 18, 2022 11:18 pm

    Reading it now, Claire, and having the exact same reaction. Schedule permitting, I typically finish a book this length in two or three days. Three weeks on, I’m only halfway through.

    Gulag Archipelago recounted a past atrocity in a distant land, making it a much easier read. THIS is happening NOW, perpetrated by war criminals in OUR country and WE are footing the bill.

    Kennedy is an attorney, and the book reads much like a criminal case. The footnotes are are exhaustive, confirming everything and leaving no possibility that Pfauci or any of the other culprits are innocent.

    Pfauci is the ultimate deep state operator. I’m well informed and as pessimistic about government and multinationals as anyone you’ll ever meet, but I’m stunned at how comprehensively depraved our system actually is.

    Each evening, I slog through a few more pages. I won’t quit. Knowledge is always power, but different kinds of knowledge produce different kinds of power. This particular knowledge is the fuel for the searing moral fury required to (possibly) set things right.

    Everyone needs to read it. Cover to cover. Everyone needs to cultivate that fury, because if we don’t rise to this occasion the brave new digital gulag waits right around the next bend..

  24. nsavan9
    nsavan9 January 18, 2022 11:46 pm

    Here in Tukwila we have a Mobile Vaccination Team (MVT) poisoning our most vulnerable – seniors and children. The person with the title MVT Deputy Chief Coordinator’s name is Norm Golden there is mention of him and his work at however there is no mention of children being poisoned. I happened to learn of these efforts by attending a virtual City Council meeting on January 10th. He appears near the 1:25:42 mark and starts to speak at the 1:25:57 mark
    His zeal reminds me of the NSA engineers in the movie Enemy of the State as they connive to destroy Roger Clayton Dean’s (Will Smith’s character) life – in particular if you decide to watch, where Golden describes his teams thoroughness in poisoning Tukwila’s children as “crushing it”. It sickens me thoroughly I assure you all. I am looking into how Golden and his employer could be added to any Crimes Against Humanity lawsuits that are developing.

  25. Centurion_Cornelius
    Centurion_Cornelius January 19, 2022 12:50 am

    Stealth Spaniel: Ditto here from a Beagle lover for the past 40 years. I have 3,4, or 5 of those magnificent K9s around our homestead at any given time. The reason they torture Beagles in their perverted “science” is that these dogs can just take it. They are stoic, enduring friends. NOT TO BE TORTURED AND THEIR COMPANIONSHIP BETRAYED.

    …yes..flame on me for not screeching about humans…bless the beasts and the children…they have NO VOICE. You do.

  26. Joe blow
    Joe blow January 19, 2022 2:27 am

    Change will only be achieved at 1800 fps or greater.
    Grok that, then get in line for your chance. There are going to be a lot of people looking to see his coconut in the crosshairs.

  27. Brian Wilson
    Brian Wilson January 19, 2022 5:16 am

    Greetings Friend and Former Guest! Couldn’t call up your email addy so please excuse posting this here along with my continuing admiration and respect.

    Claire on Kennedy

  28. Brooklyn Anon
    Brooklyn Anon January 19, 2022 5:22 am

    I was talking to my 75 year old neighbor the other day when the subject of Dr. Fauci came up somehow.
    She grew up in Brooklyn, near 13th Ave and 83rd Street in Dyker Heights, which is the next neighborhood over from here. She said that Dr Fauci’s father owned a pharmacy on that corner, so everyone in that area knew the Fauci family. Way back then everyone pronounced it the real Italian way, Fow-ooochi, not the americanized “Fowchi”.
    She remembered when she was 13 years old, which would have been 1959 or 1960, the young Mr Fauci (who would have been about 18) had just gotten his driver’s license and a car, and would often be seen driving around the neighborhood. One day he ran over a dog, severely injuring it; when the police came, they had to shoot it to put it down. Reckless driving, indifference to the suffering of an animal.

    Fast forward fifty years or so; Dr Fauci using dogs in his medical experiments?
    Reckless researching, indifference to the suffering of humanity.

    Some people never change.

  29. Dorvann Malachi
    Dorvann Malachi January 19, 2022 6:04 am

    I not necessarily opposed to Fauci being prosecuted.

    But HE is just a cog in the machine. And it would be another case where a soldier/bureaucrat is charged with war crimes/crimes against humanity and the politicians in power get away scott free.

    I don’t think we will EVER see a US president held accountable for their crimes.

  30. saoirse
    saoirse January 19, 2022 9:52 am

    Why is everyone so hopelessly stuck in the Mengele comparison virtue-signalling?
    The current crop of techno criminals are so immeasurably powerful as to make the likes of the entire Nazi regime irrelevant – like it or not, that’s how bad it’s become!
    Every country on earth now has a cabal that maintains complete control over it’s citizenry and the origins of this began not in Europe or even Asia but right here in good old Murka! Think twice when harkening back to when you thought this country was some kind of righteous exception!
    For some real history regarding the establishment of the current medical mafia paradigm see Corbett’s ‘Rockefeller Medicine’ video, as well as his Fed and WW1 exposes.

  31. Noah Body
    Noah Body January 19, 2022 11:50 am

    Planning to read the book. But the people who need to read it probably won’t. I am amazed by some of the people who have totally bought into the Covidian Cult, people who are smart enough to know better. Such as the prominent writer/blogger/homesteader at Backwoods Home magazine. I won’t mention her name.

    And Charlie Richie, Sr., who was the founder and editor of Backwoodsman magazine. During 2020 his editorials were along the line of “If you don’t wear a mask, you’re an idiot.” Ironically, before the plandemic, he wrote editorials which were skeptical of government. Sadly, Mr. Richie passed away in August 2021. I wonder if he died from taking the vax. While I don’t know if he did take the vax, it would be a reasonable assumption that he did.

  32. Bear
    Bear January 19, 2022 12:38 pm

    “Truth is the source of authority. Authority is *not* the source of truth.
    By definition, the truth cannot contradict itself. (it’s only objective measure)
    “Authorities” are human and *will* contradict themselves.

    The Truth stands on it’s own against the lie, and is it’s own authority and needs no other.
    The Lie must resort to censorship, which is what fallacious arguments amount to.

    If you want the truth, you cannot abdicate your personal responsibility to do the hard work of reason and logic.”

    Bravo, BRAVO!

    This morning (in homeschool) we read and discussed excerpts from the Declaration of Independence, and talked about where our rights come from and what “inalienable” means. Then we discussed Laura Ingall’s thoughts and reactions to hearing it read aloud (though of course at the age of 14 she already had it well memorized, as did her 10yo sister!) in terms of what “free and independent” really means, which to her meant that one had to make good choices for *oneself* because no one else has the authority to boss you anymore.

    My cubs WILL think for themselves, and they WILL know what freedom is.

  33. Bear
    Bear January 19, 2022 1:04 pm

    Thanks, Claire, for trying to tackle this book and share it with the rest of us. I had heard frequently of it, and read reviews, but I probably will not be attempting to read it. To be brutally honest…I guess I’m just not mentally strong enough! When I read a (comparatively very brief) expose about the experiments on the AIDS orphans, being force-fed the medicine and even given G-tubes to take it, I was a ragey mess as I banged on my desk and tears streamed down my face. I wanted to travel back in time and scoop up each and every one of those babies and rescue them and nurse them back to health, and yes I CAN care for a person with a G-tube.

    I had the same problem with reading America’s War on the Weak, or the Gulag Archipelago, or Andersonville, or any of a number of Holocaust or WWII or Vietnam or Korea memoirs, or even blogs of fellow adoptive mothers detailing the conditions they observed in overseas orphanages. My brain gets overwhelmed by the horrors, sometimes to the point of nonfunctionality. (That happened less before I became a parent.) All of these stories are valuable. They deserve respect and attention and retelling. We must learn from history so we can at least hopefully make DIFFERENT mistakes this time. It’s not that I want to be in denial. And yet, on a day-to-day basis, I do not have the mental strength or the bandwidth to absorb the details of this stuff and still carry on caring for my family with the empathy and attention they deserve. So I’ve got a lot of respect for those who can look at it all in detail, and still function. You reviewing this book, Granny re-reading the Holocaust stories, and so on.

  34. Fido
    Fido January 19, 2022 2:06 pm

    @Dorvann Malachi
    “I don’t think we will EVER see a US president held accountable for their crimes.”

    It would “damage the country” too much (meaning the government). Look for it in the wake of the government’s demise, coming soon to a city near you.

    The “big pivot” to get in front of this before it hangs you from a lamppost, has just begun in GB.

    @saoirse -“Mengele comparison virtue-signalling”
    @Bear – “I’ve got a lot of respect for those who can look at it all in detail, and still function”

    Yeah, sorry about that, point taken. I think we are trying make the point that this stuff was already decided a long time ago, so why are doing it again? As it gets traction, it will hit the ground running. That’s why the pivot is so sharp. This book is a big part of that. It is *we* who need to read this book, not them. What must be is ugly, and we need our noses rubbed in the full stink of it, or we will not have the clarity, certainty, and outrage needed to stomach what must come next.

    DWEEZIL THE WEASEL January 19, 2022 3:59 pm

    Sigh. When the die-off starts en masse, maybe the sheeple, normies, cucks, and the rest of the human dreck will wake up. Mr. Kennedy is to be applauded for all of his efforts. But, in spite of his credentials and family ties to America’s Royal Family, I doubt he will end up being interviewed on CNN or MSNBC. It sounds very cold, but this COVID-jab die-off needs to start ASAP. It’s a culling. This corrupt, syphilitic-thinking country cannot be saved from stupid people. Bleib ubrig.

  36. Granny
    Granny January 19, 2022 4:28 pm

    @Bear – when I was your age, I could not look at such things for more than a second either, not when I had bear cubs to care for. I would have nightmares and panic attacks and become paranoid and scared. It is enough to know that real evil exists, for now, being ready to rise up on hind legs to protect the cubs when danger is sensed. As we go through life, we get tougher, having been exposed to a lot of horrible things. That’s why us older folks are so valuable. We can wade through a lot of shxt and keep going. You do Mama Bear – the most important job on the planet. Let us older ones do the heavy lifting when it comes to staring down evil. It’s good enough to know that it exists. Hug the Cubs for me!

  37. Fido
    Fido January 19, 2022 4:28 pm

    There seemed to be genuine panic among the globalists, that they would not achieve their targets. Whatever the jabs do, fighting “the coof” does not seem to be part of it. What do they do? Did they really think they’d get sufficient uptake to eliminate the control group?

    At what may prove no more than 60%, they appear to have abandoned that goal, and are starting the next plan. Smallpox? Nuclear war? What would hide massive jab death in the presence of an unjabbed control group? Maybe they do something more esoteric than just death?

    How would the world be affected by watching best and brightest young gymnasts dropping dead in real time on the televised olympics?

    I don’t know what’s coming, but there’s a reason they’re building a concrete wall in DC, and it’s going to be obvious soon enough.

  38. Swrichmond
    Swrichmond January 21, 2022 4:35 am

    Mrs. SWR is reading the book. Based on comments above I will NOT be reading it. I already know how inhumane man is to man. Been telling people for decades “If government could find a way to profit from murdering us they would do it without hesitation”. And they have, and they are.

    Not trying to change the subject, but if you want to never sleep well again go ahead and read “Gotterdammerung 1945”. It is detailed history and accounts of the way soldiers treated enemies and civilians on the collapsing Eastern Front. I never actually finished the book, I just stopped reading it.

    Never ever give up your weapons. Never.

  39. Granny
    Granny January 21, 2022 6:29 am

    I purchased all four volumes of the Gulag Archipelago and I still haven’t finished the first volume. I had to put it down and walk away. Women were routinely raped by soldiers. Any woman who is not armed and trained needs to wake up. Any man who doesn’t allow guns in the home handicaps his wife and daughters.

    re: the book, I have watched and read enough of Kennedy, Dr. Malone, Dr. McCullough, and others to know that “Healthcare” as we knew it is gone. I’ve had a very strange experience lately with “healthcare”. I’ve waited months to get in to see a specialist. I’ve called every one in several counties and can’t get in. But, they don’t say it’s because they are understaffed, they make up various excuses that don’t make sense to me. My insurance doesn’t require any kind of pre-approval or referral, and it’s “cadillac insurance”. It doesn’t matter to them. They say “We’ll call you back”, then never do. I actually called my “Primary Care” physician whom I saw recently, 4X and finally got a message stating that I needed to come in again to see her to discuss my needs. Nope – I already conveyed my needs. I requested my medical records and will try to find another “Primary Care” physician. I’ve never, in my life, not been able to get an appointment with a doctor. I’m wondering… if it’s because I’m not vaccinated that I’m being shunned. I’ll keep trying.

  40. Dagr
    Dagr January 21, 2022 6:42 am

    @Swrichmond, I’m with you. I’m aware that evil exists, and don’t need that kind of reminder.

    I did read “Sniper on the Eastern Front: The Memoirs of Sepp Allerberger” about an Austrian in the German army fighting the Russians. The author had a sniper rifle on which he’d been carving notches of his Russian kills. He loaned the rifle to another soldier who was then captured by Russians. They later found the guy with the rifle driven into his rectum up to the rear sight. I won’t share the rape stories he witnessed. They are far worse.

    I guess that might mean I don’t have the stomach for Kennedy’s book, but I just don’t feel the need to inflict that kind of anger and sadness on myself.

  41. Fido
    Fido January 21, 2022 1:39 pm

    Likely it’s just me but…
    I want the truth. The whole truth. No matter how ugly, painful, or hopeless.

    But then, I won’t take pain killers for the same reason.
    Yeah.. just me.

  42. Ron Johnson
    Ron Johnson January 22, 2022 9:35 am

    I’ve been slogging through the book for the past couple of weeks. It is so full of incriminating information that I have to stop, recap what I’ve read, boil it down to a few sentences, and tell my wife. That’s the only way I know to cement certain information into my mind…otherwise I get overwhelmed. I’m still got a third of the book to go. My poor wife.

    As bad as the Covid stores are, the absolutely criminal treatment of AIDS patients is, well, criminal. How many gay people have each of us known who have died from that terrible disease, and how many were treated with AZT or other toxic compounds championed by Fauci and died quickly?

    Fauci killed science through controlling funding and turned it into religion, complete with struggle sessions, Star Chambers, excommunication, and burning at the stake (professionally speaking).

    I couldn’t help but recall the parallels between a scene in Atlas Shrugged when one of the characters (Dagney?) confronts the head of the science institute over a smear job against Reardon Metal, and an almost identical confrontation between Dr. Tess Lawrie and Dr. Andrew Hill concerning Dr. Hill’s smear against ivermectin…for funding reasons…thereby condemning hundreds of thousands of people to die unnecessarily. It’s uncanny how well Rand could predict the future, right down to the dialog.

    That is book is being widely read is the silver lining for the future. RFK has given some lawyer somewhere a lot of ammunition to go after Fauci and his gang.

  43. Mary from Texas
    Mary from Texas January 22, 2022 4:31 pm

    I first time I saw a Fauci interview at the beginning of the pandemic, I decided he was too smug to trust very far. Everyone talked about his being a doctor and therefore to be trusted. My response was that he had always been an administrator and thus probably not to be trusted. The more I saw the less I believed anything he said. After about 100 pages of this book I felt sick.

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