RFK’s The Real Anthony Fauci: A progress report

I am on page 180 of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s book, The Real Anthony Fauci, and have been unfaithful to my pledge not to litter it with 3M Post-It flags, I have indeed done so. So far I used eight of them. Normally a book I like will look ready to take flight, so many do I use.

At Amazon the book has so far generated 21,365 comments, 89% favorable. I would never add to a mess like that, and could not even if I wanted to, as sometime in the not-too-distant past, I violated Amazon’s “community standards,” which seem to be this: Be as controversial as you want in commenting, but never stray from the mainstream lane.

I object to much of RFK’s writing, but it is not so much specifics, of which there are many, many that are truthful, but rather the undertone.

  • RFK does not question the existence of viruses. He does not question the existence of Sars-Cov-2.
  • He does not question the alleged national death toll from the alleged virus.
  • He so far has not delved into virology, and so does not understand that viruses have never been proven to exist.
  • He does not realize that the only “excess” deaths we have suffered have been from medical incompetence. Elderly people with influenza and colds have been put on ventilators, and most of them thereby die, a form of manslaughter. Rather than having an oxygen clip on their nose, and most often recovering (though for many, cold, flu, and finally pneumonia, are final illnesses), their bodies are violently invaded, they are put in a coma, and they seldom return. It is barbaric.

To his credit, he does not stipulate that the AIDS virus, HIV, is proven to exist, since it is not. To his discredit, he refuses to take sides on the matter. I regard that as an act of cowardice. If a man is going to be a crusader, he has to ride some treacherous roads. Yes, doubting the existence of either Sars-CoV-2 or HIV (or any other virus) can lead to a rocky path, severe criticism, even cancel culture, but being the child of one of the most powerful and wealthy families in the country must yield some advantage!

It is for this reason the I think of him as controlled opposition. Anthony Fauci is one of the most notorious criminals (even a mass murderer) in human history, yet RFK’s book does not ruffle a feather. It lands on our culture like soft snow on cedars. What RFK has done, then, is to herd the opposition to his camp, rendering us powerless. We can accompish no more that RFK himself, which is nothing.

So what of the eight 3M flags I have used in this book? One by one:

  • Page xiv: “… and often executed by Republican-controlled congressional committees…” He apparently believes that the political parties are real, when they only exist prevent the rise of a true second party.
  • Page xvii: “The US, with 4 percent of the world’s population, suffered 14.5 percent of total COVID deaths. By September 30, 2021, mortality rates in the US had climbed to 2,107/1,000,00, compared to 139/1,000,000 in Japan.” RFK, thus far, has not questioned the regimes that put together these numbers, nor the change in the manner that we do death certificates, effectively relabeling deaths from other causes as COVID.
  • Page 39: “Research suggests that ivermectin may work through as many as 20 separate mechanisms. Among them, ivermectin functions as an “ionophore,”facilitating transfer of zinc into the cells, which inhibits viral replication. Ivermectin stops replication of COVID-19, seasonal flu, and many other viruses…” The idea that viruses invade cells, replicate, and cause disease is unproven, never witnessed. It is speculation, nothing more, set atop “isolation” of viruses, itself never accomplished.
  • Page 72: “Second, as COVID czar, Dr. Fauci stubbornly refused to fix HHS’s designated vaccine injury surveillance system (VAERS), which systematically suppresses reporting of most vaccine injuries.” Here we are in agreement, but I wonder if RFK understands that VAERS is fulfilling its intended purpose, hiding vaccine injury and death from the public.
  • Page 132: “There have been zero cases of AIDS spread by ordinary close contact.” A known fact, but RFK at this point does not seem to understand what causes AIDS, a real syndrome: self-destructive life styles, malnutrition, and hemophilia. AZT, the long-preferred Fauci remedy for AIDS, merely hastens the deaths. Thus, AIDS is said to be a death sentence. It is not necessarily so. But in so saying, Fauci as able to extend the reach of AZT to people who merely tested positive for HIV, thereby sentencing them to death. That, in my book, is iatrogenic death, that is, caused by doctors.
  • Page 142: “In his unpublished history of the HIV era, Down the Rabbit Hole, author and historian Terry Michael …” Nothing important there, but I wondered why the book is unpublished.
  • Page 178: “A man living outside the circle of delusion which imprisons most men has a question of everyone he meets, usually asked silently. ‘Can you go outside of yourself for even a split second to hear something you have never heard before?’ Those who learn to hear will enter a new world.” (Khalil Gibran) – I like that quote.
  • Page 178: “Consensus is the business of politics. Science, on the contrary, requires only one investigator who happens to be right, which means that he or she has results that are verifiable by reference to the real world. In science, consensus is irrelevant. The greatest scientists in history are great precisely because they broke with the consensus. There is no such thing as consensus in science. If it’s consensus, it isn’t science. If it’s science, it isn’t consensus. Period.” (Michael Crichton) … I like that quote too.

Regarding the last one, RFK does not seem to realize that most of his book is in agreement with scientific consensus.

I’ll write more on this book as I work through the final 265 pages, perhaps saving people from having to or wanting to read it.

20 thoughts on “RFK’s The Real Anthony Fauci: A progress report

  1. “It lands on our culture like soft snow on cedars. What RFK has done, then, is to herd the opposition to his camp, rendering us powerless. We can accompish no more that RFK himself, which is nothing.”
    So well said! Powerless while with that glimmer of hopium, because it’s him, a great name, with his righteous persona, on the side of the people, working for justice, blah, blah. But it does work, and even though I’ve head it over and over, I still cling to it, because, well what else do we have? There’s no other ammunition even close to The Children’s Defense Fund of his to sway most folks. He was well-cast in that role, that’s for sure!


    1. Yes. the quote is perceptive. Fauci is, of course, not a “straw man” but a key player. By focusing opposition on him it detracts from pinpointing his handlers, the usual suspects. Let’s see if they hang him out to dry. I predict he will be spirited away with a fake death narrative in the near future. In the meantime, the huge numbers of awakening persons increases now that Drs. Vernon Coleman, Ron Paul, and Joe Mercola are speaking out to their sizeable mailing lists. I myself have a proposed solution at bigeye.org/internet.htm .. all is not yet lost.


  2. Greg Carlwood of “The Higherside Chats”, interviewed RFK last December. They do a good job of covering many of the topics in the book… though it isn’t a super easy listen, considering RFK’s vocal issues.

    here’s a link, if interested. it’s a little over an hour.

    FWIW, Greg does try and bring up the whole “are viruses real?” topic at one point, and RFK clearly was prepared to not go there, and gave his standard “I haven’t looked into it” response.

    IMO, It’s the type of book that we can get excited about, when we are smack, dab, in the middle of a “global pandemic and lockdown”, when we are desperate for any sort of hope among what are considered “mainstream” voices that hold any weight, at all.

    Now that we are seemingly in a respite from all the most intense, draconian measures around covid, we have the luxury of being a bit more harsh in our condemnation of someone like RFK, who is, beyond a doubt, a Knave…not a dupe.


    1. I think that is part of the reason why he was chosen for such a role—he can look heroic for coming to the rescue at just the right time, and then stall magnificently and indefinitely b/c he will get the benefit of the doubt from nearly everyone. Here’s one lawyer I follow with a comment that supports this notion:

      “Reader comment on a thread about the high-profile lawyers who aren’t yet interested in filing the kinds of cases I write about:

      Opinion only question: Why do you think they’re sitting on their hands? Don’t want to rock the governmental boat? Afraid they’ll lose? Lazy? — My personal opinion about Kennedy is fear. He’s got cajones, but doesn’t want to suffer his father’s fate.

      My reply, slightly revised:

      All those things are part of it I’m sure.

      But my best guess for the main reason, at this point, is that they’re stuck in a cognitive and ethical limbo.

      If/when they allow themselves to think through the implications of the already-completed, silent overthrow of the country and the Constitution/rule of law, they can hold onto it briefly.

      But the more you think it through, the more overwhelming it becomes to think about how to respond to the predicament.



      1. As much as I hate to say it, I sometimes think my own personal hero, Dane Wigington of Geoengineeringwatch.org, seems to have a similar effect, stalling indefinitely, getting nowhere in stopping it.


      2. “His father’s fate” … RFK Sr. was controlled opposition to the Vietnam war, used to gather people in one place as a presidential candidate, and then suffer the fate of his older brother, fake assassination. RFK Jr. is not, in my opinion, dynamic or charismatic enough to suffer the same fate. But he must know about fake assassinations, which is why I knew at the onset of reading this book that he is a phony and false leader. Runs in the family.

        Where do they go after a fake death? Consult Tyrone. He’s got some ideas.


        1. I would love to hear Tyrone’s thoughts on that! I always found it strange that so few questioned if JFK’s death was faked. So many questioning every angle of the event, but still circling around The Who/What/Where/How, and not the big IF. Even many of the more ‘extreme’ of conspiracy researchers start with the assumption that the assignation itself was real and he was killed dead. If you really wanted someone dead, instead of creating the shock and awe around the death, why go through all the theatrics, there would be just as much ‘fun speculation’ for the crowds if he was simply disappeared.


  3. I watched a video that showed that all, and I mean ALL, of the doctors, lawyers, talk show hosts and guests, etc. are part of some New Age network that actually ties back into the UN. If true, and I have not verified it myself yet, it would explain how all of these freedom fighters popped up right away, went on tours, had each other on their shows, held rallies and so on. RFK Jr is one of them too…


        1. Is this the ones linking Sasha Stone directly to the U.N.? If so, that was awesome, always doubted that dude. I saw one interview with him claiming carbonation (as in beverages) is the devil’s work. Good lord, and folks eat that shit up. He’s so popular in New Age circles makes any sane individual’s gag reflex on hyperdrive.

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            1. Good, thanks for linking those, might need to watch again.
              It is clear to me the function of the New Age movement is to herd the Christians into the One World religion. I am not religious myself. But I spent several years rather deeply involved with New Age indoctrination, and come from a Christian Science childhood, which is a definite pre-cursor to that worldview. Without those experiences I would not speak with such confidence about it. It is a religion like all others, based on artificial hierarchies, selective morality, a lack of universal principles and unpalatable dogma, which for the New Age is then airbrushed in purple haze. A sort of waking nightmare.


    1. Her real estate signature was exposed on 153news. A video poster that goes by Chad Chaddington had a video and some commentor showe d alink to th ereal estated purchase. I’d say she is still alive.


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