I do not like thee, Dr Fell,
The reason why I cannot tell;
But this I know, and know full well,
I do not like thee, Dr Fell.
I am just about through Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s book, The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health. It is inflammatory but heavily sourced. Fauci is, in my view, a monster, a criminal of historic proportions, while eugenicist Bill Gates could be a poster child for Asperger’s Syndrome. I like to connect dots, probably not warranted of course, but I wonder if Bill’s wife Melinda read the book. It came out in 2021 and she left him that year. One thing is certain – neither Fauci or Gates has glanced inside the cover. Also, they are shielded by a fawning press that attacks the attacker on their behalf.
I was curious yesterday if either Fauci or Gates had responded to the book. I found this article, in which Fauci has some juicy observations. Referring to RFK Jr. he says:
“…I don’t think he is inherently malicious. I just think he’s a very disturbed individual.”
It is classic ad hominem.
“And the thing that makes it even more painful about it is that ultimately that is hurting people, that will cause disease and lose lives for the things he’s saying,” So, I’m so sorry that he’s doing that not just because he’s attacking me – that seems to be the rage among some people – but because ultimately it is going to hurt people. So it’s really unfortunate that he’s doing that.”
I cannot help but suspect that both Gates and Fauci are fully aware of the damage they are doing. It would be their desired outcome. The world is that corrupt.
News reports say that Bill and Melinda are hoping for a Nobel Prize for their work. It would not surprise me. If Al Gore and the IPCC can win, anyone can.
By the way, the New York Post chimed in on the RFK Jr. book, calling him “the dumbest Kennedy.” RFK Jr. deals in great length in the book about how Gates has silenced not just some, but all media criticism of either him or Fauci.
And anyway, the dumbest Kennedy is Rory. That’s factual.