War on Democracy and Public Health

December 23, 2021 at 2:37 PM 3 comments

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Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., has just published a book that I think is important to read. It’s called, The Real Anthony Fauci. It is composed of 450 pages of material that is backed up with documentation. In other words, Kennedy does not simply (and stupidly), assess Fauci based on hearsay or rumors or the things conspiracy theories are made from, but has clearly done his homework and presents the evidence. Of course, each reader will need to decide for themselves regarding the content provided by Kennedy and there’s too little discernment going on today, in my opinion.

My wife has a co-worker who, from the time they get up to the time they go to bed, NPR is what they listen to in the house. That’s it. Just NPR. Clearly, they believe whatever NPR hands to them is truth, and it probably has something to do with the soothing tones used by the “voices” on the radio, TV or via their app. We have relatives who listen to CNN and Fox News only because they think that between the two, there is “balance.” No, there’s not. It takes actual, honest-to-goodness research by each person to determine what is true and what is not. Admittedly, this can be difficult today and a person is likely to run across many conspiracy theories or empty accusations before they find actual truth. It can be a difficult and frustrating process, but should still be pursued.

Nonetheless, what Kennedy provides in his book appears to be overwhelming evidence that more than suggests Dr. Anthony Fauci is not what he appears to be when he’s in front of the cameras. This guy, going back to at least the 1980’s with the AIDS epidemic seems to have left dead bodies in his wake and it appears to be happening again now.

I fully realize that many will reject Kennedy’s claims, even though they are well-documented. It stands to reason that this would happen because of many things today; cognitive dissonance, confirmation bias and other things work within every person to keep our own views protected and help us to defend against those views we do not like.

In fact, in recent days, Anthony Fauci has responded to Kennedy’s book by stating, “It’s very unfortunate because I don’t think he is inherently malicious. I just think he’s a very disturbed individual. And I … I don’t like to have to say that, but it’s very, very clear. And it’s a shame because he comes from such an extraordinarily distinguished family, many members of whom I know personally, and I was very close to Senator Ted Kennedy, who was such an extraordinary person and a real warrior for public health. And to have RFK Jr. just spouting things that make absolutely no sense.”

So, he’s in complete disagreement with RFK Jr. and says that RFK is “very disturbed” and “spouting things that make no sense.” Au contraire, Dr. Fauci. His book actually makes perfect sense, especially considering the fact that it contains overwhelming documented evidence to support Kennedy’s conclusions. Do you think Fauci will sue? After all, he’s being defamed, isn’t he? But no, he won’t sue because that would mean he’d be obligated to prove that Kennedy’s assertions are false. So, instead, he’ll sadly shake his head, relegate Kennedy to the “very disturbed” pile and move on, trying to look like the good guy in this when in point of fact, Fauci can and should be compared to Mengele, especially considering the experimentation he has personally funded on puppies, monkeys and even orphaned children from New York City.

People will sigh and go, “Oh, how mature and intelligent, Dr. Fauci is! While he could sue, he won’t because he simply feels so sorry for Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.” The truth is that while Fauci is pumping up the late Sen. Ted Kennedy, that guy literally got away with manslaughter in the Chappaquiddick tragedy, which could’ve been avoided if A), Ted Kennedy had not been having an extra-marital affair with a young woman, and B) had he not cared only about his own life as he swam away from the automobile that he drove into the Chappaquiddick River, leaving his mistress behind to drown in that car. He paid the family a ton of money and was never charged with anything. Ah, it’s good to be an “elite,” but unfortunately for Ted, after he passed into the next life, what he tried his best to keep hidden in this life, became fully known in the next. Fauci holds up Ted Kennedy while denigrating Robert Jr., because Fauci is at least as corrupt as Ted Kennedy was, if not moreso.

Steve Kirsch recently wrote an article on How RFKJr went from “a good guy” to an “anti-vaxxer” and it simply proves the way the Left especially will use words and phrases repeatedly to malign those with whom they disagree, doing their best to interject new meanings to old phrases and words, often changing them to their liking. It’s an old method that caught on with numerous dictators of the past and still works well today. Now, if a person does not want to take the experimental gene-therapy CV vax, they are immediately labeled an “anti-vaxxer” even though they might have had many vaxxes prior including a flu shot annually. None of that matters though if they also do not want the CV jab now.

It reminds me of 2008 when the same sex marriage issue was heating up in California. If you objected to it, you were labeled a H8R (“hater”). It was literally said that you hated gay people. This wasn’t true at all. Many were simply opposed to same-sex marriages and still are, but that didn’t and doesn’t matter. Now, we are well beyond same-sex marriage with transgenderism and a new push to accept pedophilia.

Back to Kennedy’s book, here is the Table of Contents:

  • Chapter 1: Mismanaging a Pandemic
    • Arbitrary Decrees: Science-Free Medicine
    • Killing Hydroxychloroquine
    • Ivermectin
    • Remdesivir
    • Final Solution: Vaccines or Bust
  • Chapter 2: Pharma Profits over Public Health
  • Chapter 3: The HIV Pandemic Template for Pharma Profiteering
  • Chapter 4: The Pandemic Template: AIDS and AZT
  • Chapter 5: The HIV Heresies
  • Chapter 6: Burning The HIV Heretics
  • Chapter 7: Dr. Fauci, Mr. Hyde: NIAID’s Barbaric and Illegal Experiments on Children
  • Chapter 8: White Mischief: Dr. Fauci’s African Atrocities
  • Chapter 9: The White Man’s Burden
  • Chapter 10: More Harm Than Good
  • Chapter 11: Hyping Phony Epidemics: “Crying Wolf”
  • Chapter 12: Germ Games

Obviously, I cannot cover everything in the book, but I want to simply focus in this particular article on the section on Ivermectin (IVM). I may come back to other sections in future articles. Suffice it to say that there is quite a bit of evidence that RFK brings to the fore that shows that Fauci knew about the efficacy of IVM way back in 2015 at least.

[By 2015], two Merck scientists won the Nobel Prize for developing ivermectin, a drug with unprecedented firepower against a wide range of human parasites, including roundworm, hookworm, river blindness, and lymphatic filariasis. That salute was the Nobel Committee’s only award to an infectious disease medication in 60 years. FDA approved IVM as safe and effective for human use in 1996. WHO includes IVM (along with HCQ) on its inventory of ‘essential medicines’ – its list of remedies so necessary, safe, efficacious, and affordable that WHO deems easy access to them as essential ‘to satisfy the priority health care needs of the population.’ WHO has recommended administering ivermectin to entire populations to treat people who might have parasitic infections – meaning they consider it safe enough to give to people who haven’t even been diagnosed. Millions of people have consumed billions of IVM doses as an anti-parasitic, with minimal side effects. Ivermectin’s package insert suggests that it is at least as safe as the most popular over-the-counter medications, including Tylenol and aspirin. [1]

Yes, the above paragraph talks about IVM’s efficacy with respect to parasites. But is that all IVM is good for? If you listen only to MSM and Fauci, you will hear, “Yes, IVM is only good for dealing with parasites in animals and possibly humans. The end.”

Kennedy goes on to cite study after study regarding the efficacious nature of IVM, including it’s efficacy as a prophylaxis drug. Studies were also done on COVID to see whether or not IVM would play any role in mitigating or even curing people of the disease. Many of these studies were done in 2020 in places like Argentina and Bangladesh.

Furthermore, a 2021 study suggested that a key biological mechanism of IVM – competitive binding with SARS-CoV-2 spike protein – was not specific to any coronavirus variant and therefore, unlike vaccines, ivermectin would probably be effective against all future variants. [2]

Kennedy notes that as early as March 1, 2020 some doctors in the ICU and ER started using IVM in combo with HCQ as part of their early treatment protocols They immediately began seeing improvement in their patients. In fact, Kennedy points out that unlike HCQ, IVM has efficacy throughout when a person contracts CV; the start, the middle and the end. He goes onto cite numerous other studies that all showed the general efficacy of IVM in treating CV-related illnesses; COVID-19, seasonal flu and other viruses.

One study “found that Ivermectin was found as a blocker of viral replicase, protease and human TMPRSS2, which could be the biophysical basis behind its antiviral efficiency.” [3] As I read through just this one section, I’m amazed at how efficacious IVM is purported to be. Kennedy includes tremendous documentation and charts showing outcomes of studies using IVM.

Six studies with a total of over 2,400 patients – all showing near-perfect prevention transmission of this virus in people exposed to COVID-19…Three RCT’s randomized controlled studies and multiple large case series – involving over 3,000 patients showing stunning recovery among hospitalized patients and four large randomized controlled trials involving 3,000 patients all showing large and statistically significant reductions in mortality when treated with ivermectin. [4]

I could go on and on with this, but I don’t want to ruin it for you and by now, you certainly have the gist of what Kennedy is saying and implying. He then deals with the question of why IVM was downplayed to the point that it became pretty much forbidden to use. Instead, Fauci highlighted another drug completely, saying virtually the same thing he said about AZT during the 1980’s AIDS epidemic (which Kennedy covers in his book).

The upshot is this: people are vehemently on one side or the other. Recently, I came across an acquaintance of mine from Bible college. I barely knew him because our paths didn’t cross that much. I sent him an email and he responded. We chatted briefly and then the subject of CV came up and I told him that I had CV but that IVM helped a great deal. He wrote back that it did NOT and that the doctor who prescribed it should lose his license.

The fact that society is seriously divided over CV and related issues should not surprise anyone. Two relatives just got vaxxed and the husband is now dealing with CV. I texted him to tell him we are praying for him. He actually brought up the fact that he used an online source to have IVM prescribed and he was going to pick it up today locally. I was impressed and told him how well it had worked for me. When I mentioned this to the acquaintance from Bible college, he essentially said that he eats eggs every day and did not get CV ergo eggs kept CV away. I didn’t bother to tell him that eggs are food (which certainly can help make and keep us healthy), and IVM is actually medicine, which I knew wouldn’t do any good.

My advice to everyone (for what it’s worth), is to do the research yourself in all areas. It’s fine to read books, to listen to people’s opinions etc., but in the end each person is responsible for what they believe and sometimes, what they believe can make the difference between living and dying just as what we believe about Jesus and His salvation can make the difference between eternal life and eternal death.

Choose wisely.


[1] pg 37

[2] pg 39

[3] Ibid

[4] pg 41

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