Bobby throws Anthony and Bill under the bus, and other stuff

I have before me the book The Real Anthony Fauci, by Bobby Kennedy, Jr. I am ten pages into it, and am going to finish it. I will read this book differently than my normal way – I put the 3M flags away. It is apparent only reading ten pages that Kennedy is bought into the Scamdemic. He is certain there is a virus, and that the death count is accurate.

On the latter point, death toll, Kennedy has amazing resources helping him to put together this book. I can tell by the detailed analysis and free availability of statistics and references. He must have ten people behind him doing research. Yet no one thought to look into the matter of excess deaths. As I found out doing just Internet research, there are either hundreds of thousands of excess deaths in the United States (CDC) or none (UN). If I can do this sort of work, so too can Kennedy and his people.

Another thing is clear – the people behind this book know what is up. They are clear and on message regarding the effects of lockdown, the cruel humiliation behind masking, and uncertainty about what is in the vaccine. I do not expect that Kennedy will doubt for a moment in this book that the vaccines are indeed intended to hamper the spread of diseases.

[PS: Kennedy also believes in the PCR test. He knows about amplifications, but it has not destroyed his faith in the test.]

It is also clear from reading ten pages that Kennedy has set out to destroy the reputations of Bill Gates and Anthony Fauci Jr. He is relentless in pounding away at Fauci, and less so but with equal venom against Gates.

What does it mean when one oligarch attacks another? Controlled opposition, of course.

Right away this book is labeled a NY TImes best seller, so that all of this steam of opposition to the Covid nightmare will gather around Kennedy. In this manner, opposition to vaccines and lockdowns and masks and distancing will be under house control. There will be no mention of the possibility that the virus does not exist, or that the whole of the pandemic was a scary movie designed to herd people to a “vaccine” long in development and intended for purposes other than those stated.

I wonder if back before 3/11/2020 when plans were being made to implement the pandemic that a line on a timeline somewhere says “Introduce book by RFK Jr. as a means of herding and controlling opposition to our work.


I am just now getting going in a book by Leo Tolstoy called Anna Karenina. At 771 pages I feel that it will get me thought the next five weeks of virtual isolation. I am very impressed so far that Tolstoy is very good at creating and describing realistic characters, two of whom are Alexander Vronsky and Kitty Shcherbatsky. Already the plot is a tangled weave, as Kitty is truly in love with Constantine Levin, but has turned down his proposal of marriage, and is foolishly waiting for Vronsky’s proposal. However, …

“Marriage had never presented itself to him as a possibility. Not only did he dislike family life, but in accordance with the views generally held in the bachelor world in which he lived he regarded a family , and especially a husband, as something alien, hostile, and above all ridiculous. But although Vronsky had no suspicion of what Kitty’s parents were saying, he felt, as he left the Shcherbatsky’s house that night, that the secret spiritual bond between him and Kitty had so strengthened during the evening that some action ought to be taken But what this should or could be he could not imagine.

‘That’s what is so delightful’, he thought as he left the Shcherbatsky’s house, carrying away from there, as usual, a pleasant feeling of purity and freshness (partly due to the fact that he had not smoked at all that evening) a deeply touched by a new sense of tender joy in the consciousness of her love for him. ‘That is what is so delightful, that nothing was said by either me or her, yet we so well understand one another in that subtle language of looks and tones and to-day more plainly than ever she has told me that she loves me. And how sweetly, simply, and above all trustfully! I feel myself better and purer; I feel I have a heart and that there is much good in me. Those dear loving eyes when she said, “and very much!”

Oh yes, I see trouble on the horizon. Kitty’s parents, by the way, are split on the matter, her mother charmed by Vronsky, her father seeing through him. In short order there will be a ball, and Vronsky will be indifferent and inattentive to Kitty, and she will be devastated. In the meantime, he will be devoted and rapt for the entire evening by … Anna Karenina.

Already I am wanting a Kitty-Levin union. He lives in works in the countryside raising crops and animals, and people who meet him routinely ask how he manages his boredom, which he does not suffer. He seems an authentic man.

By the way, Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers (Car Talk) have fictitious employees at the end of their broadcast, some hilarious, such as the former staff brake tester Carson DeLake, and the staff tailor, Hugh Jass. But as I recall, they also used to plug a book called The Life of Leo Tolstoy, by Warren Peece.


And, today is my last hurrah, my last day walking upright for two weeks. I will be on a knee scooter. My plan is to simply stay home, and to stay on this floor during that time. I started Anna Karenina knowing this was coming, and wanted something of substance to occupy me.  To manage, I have to move everything I need from upstairs, toiletries, and clothing. I will move my speaker that I use to listen to podcasts while showering down here too.

Yesterday I cooked up a storm, wanting to have two weeks of food on hand. That took hours, and I’ve more to do today.

Today is my last day of driving, and dinner out this evening my last trip prior to surgery. For anyone who cares, the surgery will be to repair a torn tendon in my right ankle, caused by a skiing accident on January 30 of this  year. I need to get it fixed as I am not walking properly, and as a result have developed lower back pain on the right side. Everything is connected …

At the end of two weeks, I am switched from cast and no weight on that foot to a boot, and a gradual re-entry into my life, but still no driving. I do imagine I will be able to return to the gym, for upper body work anyway. I expect to be a bowl of jelly by then. As I told the man who rented crutches to me on Friday, I will be playing the violin again before you know it. He said that is an odd outcome for an ankle injury.

You can bet I will be writing. It’s a way to pass time, that’s all.

19 thoughts on “Bobby throws Anthony and Bill under the bus, and other stuff

  1. My amateur hour: Dr. Fauci is Dr. Faustus and all the pond scum know this, he was cast in that role as a teen.

    Good luck with your recovery! And I personally look forward to the writing that might be produced by prolonged isolation and (re)reading of Russian aristocracy. I find it rather courageous. I need some some fall directives myself, I’m rather scattered about. You know, thanks to this blog, I tried to re-read the Bible this summer. That could’ve been a colossal waste of time had I not realized after 2 hour-long attempts that it’s just as pointless now trying to make sense of it as when I was twelve. Usually I re-read something of Kundera every fall, but I’m not feeling it this year. I’m at a loss and think of picking up my own old writings instead. What a thought. Do you ever do that?

    What are the 3M flags, please?


      1. It was a guest post, a few months ago, sorry I do not remember his name. But, I thought he made a really good case that the Bible is meant to be read at face value, start to finish, and not confused with all kinds of esoteric meaning and decontextualized to make vague and unsubstantiated claims.

        The problem is when I try to do that the narrative is so dull and clumsy-sounding and I don’t understand why anyone would be recounting such stories in order to be read that way for centuries—they seem unreal and lack purpose and modern significance, I guess.


        1. While I have not read this particular book (I Dare You Not to Bore Me with The Bible), I have read several others by Dr. Heiser and they have been very good including his fictional books The Facade and The Portent. If you do read this, let us know what you think!


        2. I have the same difficulty attempting the Bible. But remain interested in esoteric takes or commentary. Demolder, linked in the vaccine thread, has a few pieces on his site with his take. It’s too complicated to remember accurately, as someone unfamiliar with all the names and details, but quite fascinating how he views it.

          I like your connection of Fauci to Faustus, but what do you see as the meaning of that? I’m also no student of Faust..


          1. Thank you for the reading suggestions, I always appreciate that! Heiser looks like he has quite the large audience.

            The meaning of Fauci-Faustus for me is only that this is another scene of the staged play of civilization, kind of like ‘Killing of the King’ ritual or Twin Towers, or something. They perform these psycho-dramas for a larger/different audience because they can, and because they work. I suspect the Great Reset is another one that gets repeated whenever they want to shuffle the deck.

            What are your thoughts?


  2. K was on stage in Berlin, the day the (pathetic) “Storm on the Reichstag” happened. August 29 20. A few people from the C demonstration ran on the stairs, and were hushed away by the police. The media reported for weeks, as if the building had been burned down again, like ’33. The real show event was later, in DC, 1.6. Yes, it’s all planned, with little teasers.


  3. Re: Kennedy – nailed it. I believe you can take it to the bank that he was scheduled to intervene in this manner at this time. The bastards have a controlled operative to detonate at every conceivable opportune moment whether the audience is national or global. In the UK, two notorious and early examples were Peter Hitchens and retired judge Lord Sumption who were both wheeled out to torpedo opposition to taking the vaxx (Hitchens claims he got jabbed to go on holiday) having posed as paragons of virtue, resisting the 2020 diktats. A POS to pick up on one’s shoes every week of every year.


  4. Nailed it, MT. Part of the attack on the Toxic “I am the science” Weasel is to rub our noses in his impunity. “Yeah, he’s a psychotic murdering sadist who now is worth many many millions more than his “public servant” salary would allow, but whatcha gonna do about it?” The screams to investigate and prosecute him are as empty as the Orange Man Bad’s promise to jail Cankles.

    Gotta keep them injuns on the rez, eh lil’ Bobby?

    Mexican soap operas are better-scripted than this mess. Good thing you have Tolstoy! Best on the recovery, sir.


  5. Here’s some Leo Tolstoy that’ll put some hair on a man’s chest:

    Plenty heep good Tolstoy short story audiobooks as well on the tube. Two that I’d highly recommend while you’re laid up, “Ivan the Fool” and “The Candle.” “Anna K.” is a long haul, but well worth it.” My two recommendations are short and sweet, but will give the same sort of satisfaction in many ways.

    Dr. Tom Few


  6. I read Anna Karenina for the first time a couple years ago and I still think of it often. How he manages to paint no character as a true hero or true villain but as a complex human filled with the desire to do what they think is right, following the simple fact that ‘we’re all doing the best we can with the tools we have available’ is impressive.
    He makes every single character empathetic and relatable – I found myself sympathizing with everyone and blaming absolutely no one.
    There is an ending scene (no spoilers) that shows the juxtaposition between Levin’s new world view and Anna’s new world view that I find extremely poignant. The same objective reality was seen by both characters but through two completely opposite lenses.
    The world is a reflection of ourselves, for better or worse. We see our own mirror everywhere we go and if the world reeks foul at every turn, perhaps the smell is coming from within. And if the world seems a place of wonder and joy, perhaps the light shines from within. Maybe the world is simply a shape shifter and it is our individual focus and beliefs that transforms it into a subjective paradise or hell.
    A very inspiring book, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! Good luck with your surgery!

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    1. This comment ended up in trash. It takes a willful effort to move an approved comment to trash, and all I can say is that I did not do it, though it may have happened accidentally.


      1. Thanks Mark – no worries!
        I wanted to clarify quickly what I said here: “Maybe the world is simply a shape shifter and it is our individual focus and beliefs that transforms it into a subjective paradise or hell.”

        I think to some that may sound like a Stockholm Syndrome attitude because they may assume I’m talking about the Matrix world, “their” world. That if you just think happy thoughts, the bad guys will go away and stop doing what they’re doing. La de da, nothing to see here, everything is wonderful all the time! I’m not saying that at all, or even talking about them and their panopticon.
        I’m just talking about day-to-day life – our inner personal worlds, our private life. The life we live and feel when we’re alone, or at the grocery store, or talking to our family members, or just walking down the street. The world that exists outside of “them”, the little moments that make up most of out time here. The majority of my life has nothing to do with TPTB.. it has to do with making dinner, chatting with my mom, reading a book, having a cup of tea, crocheting a blanket, rubbing shoulders with strangers at the store, thinking, exploring…
        That world is the one I’m talking about that seems to be affected by our attitudes and inner beliefs that Tolstoy contrasted so well with all the characters in his book. In my personal, day-to-day, humdrum life, my world can appear radically different based on how I’m feeling (about myself) inside.
        Somedays the two kids making out in public appear immodest, vulgar, rude, and irritating. Ugh, get a room! Other days the two kids making out in public appear sweet, happy, full of hope and young love, just enjoying themselves and each other and I find it adorable. Somedays I’m cursing them, other days I’m rooting for them. And this has nothing to do with TPTB or whatever current agenda is going on, it has to do with me. Somedays I’m Anna, other days I’m Levin.
        I just don’t want people to misunderstand my musings as some sort of obeisance to TPTB. I’m simply not talking about them in this instance – that’s a post for another day lol.
        I recognize a private inner life that has nothing to do with them, something only I can control, and that’s what fascinates me and that’s what I was trying to talk about here 🙂


        1. I’m so glad you elaborated on your original comment, I was fixin’ to let out my full snark on you! 😂

          And it’s clear you’ve really teased out so much in your analysis of AK and that the characters he created have really lodged themselves in your psyche. I wouldn’t over-estimate the readership of this blog though! I, for one, am trigger-happy when it comes to all things “Positivity movement” — because that’s where I come from and had to painfully extricate myself from that brainwashing. I’m like a reformed addict I guess—any whiff of that drug and I’ve got all kinds of bees in my bonnet!

          But my question about what you think of Fauci’s views on reality would extend to Tolstoy as well. Why do you think he was motivated to create that kind of character? I studied diaspora literature quite a bit at uni, especially that of West Africa. One of the very valid critiques that has never left me and that I have found lacking in other genres is that of audience and historical context—who was his intended audience, what was he attempting to convey to them, and why? Also, why is his work internationally recognized and still replayed regularly to this day?

          “The book seemed to be showing how our day-to-day relationship with our personal and inner world and the day-to-day people we meet, can be radically affected by our own inner state.” While this is absolutely true and we would wish more folks would realize this and take care of their inner-state more effectively, at the same time we must also consider what might be preventing them from doing so. And what is it that makes folks so ‘dis-attuned’ from themselves. As an extreme example, I once dated a guy who would get horribly crabby every time he was hungry. His friends had to actually cater to his obvious lack for his own well-being which affected everyone around him, which even after they would tell him what was happening to him and his uncharacteristic and intolerable extreme mood swings, he was still not able to predict or alter this problematic but very obvious issue of nutrition and blood sugar levels. So it’s stands to reason, if a dude can’t even tell when he is hungry and how this manifests, how the hell are folks to be expected to garner more subtle levels of awareness??


    1. (I think this comment was meant for me, in response to a comment I made about Anna Karenina that has since mysteriously vanished. If it wasn’t, sorry for the ramble lol!)
      My comment was simply within the context of Anna Karenina – the character arcs and evolutions that Tolstoy illustrated so well. It was a commentary on the book itself and the characters within – just musings on a novel I enjoyed. Nothing deeper than that, really – not a commentary on Fauci or the other psychotic TV people, just discussing themes within the book like you would do in a book club. I’m just a book nerd and enjoy mulling over the themes and “lessons” the authors provide if for nothing more than food for thought.

      The two main characters, Levin and Anna, began seeing the world radically differently, even though they inhabited the same space, ran in the same circles.. By world, I mean their personal, day-to-day world – not the Satanic matrix world we were born into. The book is a character study, not a book about the demonic freaks who run this place. There are many books that deal with the universal Good vs. Evil.
      This book is about the inner personal demons that can haunt us and shape how we view reality, regardless of what type of matrix system we find ourselves in.

      (possible spoilers) And within that context, the characters’ personal worlds took on a new hue which reflected their inner state of peace or turmoil. When one character found peace and love for the first time in his life, he began to see the mundane world around him – women gossiping with their neighbors, a dog running down the street, a tree shading the road – as beautiful, miraculous, and happy things. He was crying tears of joy, seeing the world around him as an awesome place for the first time – like Ebenezeer Scrooge after his visits with the ghosts.

      Meanwhile, another character was feeling self-loathing and anger and so saw those same mundane scenes – women gossiping, dogs running, trees shading the road – as hideous false abominations. She was crying tears of pain, seeing the world around her as a disgusting beast – even the smell of a flower offended her and seemed like a cruel joke.
      The same objective scene – a woman chatting with her neighbor – was viewed and felt subjectively so completely differently by the characters because the scene took on the hue of their current inner emotional state.

      The self-loathing and despair that was forming within Anna began darkening every single thing she saw, even her own child. The light that was forming within Levin began shining on everything he saw – again, in his personal affairs. Nothing to do with the overarching Matrix system we find ourselves in. I’m sure Levin, finally filled with love and peace, would still have felt loathing and disgust at the Demons – but this book was not about outward demons but the demons we as humans struggle with within ourselves. The good ol’ human condition.
      The book seemed to be showing how our day-to-day relationship with our personal and inner world and the day-to-day people we meet, can be radically affected by our own inner state. Tolstoy wasn’t trying to make a comment on how one should feel about the TPTB or the dark state they are hellbent on sinking the world into – he was merely showing two people with two different inner beliefs, and how those subjective beliefs shaped and molded their perspective of the objective world around them.

      Maybe the comment was out of place as it was not about the matrix system or TPTB or anything of that nature, just about the character study illustrated in the book that I found very relatable because of my own personal experiences and demons. My comment wasn’t meant to imply that we should be happy with Satanic rulers and their agendas – It actually had nothing to do with that or them at all. I’m pretty sure all of us here reading this blog feel the same way about THEM and their twisted vision for the world and for us, lol.


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