PSA: Robert F. Kennedy Jr’s New Book: The Real Anthony Fauci

I wrote this in the draft of my next post on Testosterone last evening while engaging in a tangent of sorts:

I don’t read many books at all—the last book I read was in about 2017.

As though I had offended Karma, I get up this morning to a barrage of communications about this new book, the full title of which is:

The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health (Children’s Health Defense)

One of the emails was from the Chris Masterjohn, PhD, newsletter alerting subscribers to his extensive review of the book. This may be the best book review I’ve ever read. It’s like a Cliff Notes:

Fauci, Gates, and the Biosecurity State As Told by RFK Jr.

While the main title of Kennedy’s new book bears the name of Fauci, one need only read as far as the subtitle to realize that this book is much more broadly about the global overthrow of constitutional democracy. Fauci and Gates get special naming in the title because they built what I will call the Global Pharma Machine. The climax of the book, however, covers the rise of the biosecurity state that hijacked this machine to turn it from a profiteering scheme into a final overthrow of constitutional governance, with the major orchestrators being more behind-the-scenes members of the military-intelligence complex, with strong connections to the CIA. Nevertheless, Fauci and Gates even have a hand in that part.

What follows is not a critical review where I pull apart each of Kennedy’s claims and check it against the evidence found in each of his 2,124 in-text citations. That’s not to say that I didn’t study the book carefully. Here are my notes:

Go read it, and the book is only $2.99, Kindle version.

So, I guess I’ve eaten my words about not reading books.

One of the things covered in the book is Fauci’s role in the state kidnapping of poor-children and then experimenting on them with AIDS drugs. This 30-minute BBC documentary is not for the faint of heart. Thoroughly disgusting.

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  1. Justin Wisor on December 6, 2021 at 04:08

    Just read the whole Masterjohn review. My only response is: and yet…too many Americans still trust and give away their lives to these people.


    • Richard Nikoley on December 6, 2021 at 04:43

      Justin, the other day I stopped by to see my friend Malcolm, who owns and operates Expat Hotel on Patong Beach here in Phuket and in the course of conversation, he said, “want to end Covid, then turn that off,” as he pointed up to the TV.

      I’d add: and toss the phones and the social media.

  2. Justin Wisor on December 6, 2021 at 20:13

    ^What you said. I’m tired of the fear that has taken over America. I’m tired of fighting it. But I guess the way to go, like you said, is to prosper anyway, and if it kills us, “don’t go quiet into that good night, rage rage against the dying of the light.”

  3. Patrick Palmer on December 14, 2021 at 23:17

    Evil walks among us! Absolutely unbelievable…Fauci, Gates and others directly causing the deaths of millions by suppressing HCQ and IVM.

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