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Book Review: “The Real Anthony Fauci” by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

12 Jan
Book Review: “The Real Anthony Fauci” by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

Okay, this book is explosive. Let’s just say that from the start. There’s a whole side of the world I was introduced to in starting to read it. Here’s the story.

As you know, I have many friends in Canada. A good friend, even though he never attended Calvary, came across an interview that the author did with Tucker Carlson a few weeks ago, and sent me the link. That video isn’t available anymore, except if you create an account on FoxNews.com and watch it there.

The interview was difficult to listen to. I don’t know what the deal is with his voice. But, it was well worth the time and effort to listen. He rattled off some facts and information and statements and events in history that told a completely different story about public health than I’ve ever heard.

I was surprised to find out that he was a Kennedy, the son of Robert Kennedy and the nephew of both Senator Ed Kennedy and JFK. That was intriguing. I also didn’t realize that he was the anti-vaxxer that everyone has been talking about and trying to counter in the public square. I couldn’t figure out who they were talking about or where this information against vaccines was coming from. It was this guy! Alright, this is now the other side of the story, not only because he was a member of the Democrats, and Camelot, but also an anti-vaxxer.

My friend and I discussed the interview and then he sent me a copy of the book that was the subject of the interview.

I think it’s important to say at this point that I don’t believe everything in books. I’m actually quite sceptical. I’ve been known to not only dog-ear pages and underline while reading, but also to write in the margins how and why I disagree with the author. And, I was sceptical in picking this up and flipping through it because it was just so outside of my experience, and in that category of hard to believe.

All that to say, I tore through it. And, I’ve dog-eared lots of pages, and I’ve been sharing excerpts with others. I’ll share those same excepts with you in coming posts. I don’t know if I’m allowed to because of copyrights and so forth, but, we’ll give it a go.

One guy said that you can read this book in five minutes. Everyday, just pick it up, open to a random page, read a paragraph or two, and you’ll have plenty to stew on the rest of the day, and then do the same thing again the next day.

The way the book is structured, is he starts out by reiterating what we already know about Covid and Fauci from the beginning of 2020, and his argument is that Fauci has obviously mismanaged the response to the pandemic. It’s like he knows we have short memories, or busy lives, and don’t keep track of what we’ve been told, and what other countries and cultures have done.

And, then he starts to go back and tell Fauci’s story, how he ended up in the position he’s in, and what’s happened under his leadership over the last 40 years. Then, the story shifts over to Fauci’s relationship with Bill Gates, and then he gives Bill’s backstory, along with the context of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and their connection to the Rockefeller Foundation, and their connection to vaccines stretching back to the early 1900’s.

The book closes by pulling all these backstories, and contexts together showing the scope of the web of connections all across the globe and then through news articles details what they have been doing over the last 20 years. The footnotes are overwhelming.

Eye-opening isn’t a strong enough word. Blistering wouldn’t cut it. Stunned is still too tame. Astounded is too high-brow to describe how I felt. I’m still searching for the right word. It did change me.

I will say this. The Bible is right. There is evil in this world. There are godless people. People who have no fear of God, or of divine judgment. But, judgment is coming nevertheless. And, if justice doesn’t catch up to some of these people in this life, it will greet them in the life to come. Reality is undefeated.

I’ll share some excerpts in coming posts. But, only to tease you. As a citizen of an English-speaking nation, encountering the other side of the mainstream narrative is imperative. I can’t believe this thing got printed. And, I can’t believe the author is still alive.

 
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5 responses to “Book Review: “The Real Anthony Fauci” by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

  1. julyfirework

    January 17, 2022 at 10:05 am

    “Reality is undefeated”. Best sentence I’ve read in some time. I basked in that thought alone for a long while. It just was a breath of fresh air to my soul. So much injustice in this present life, it’s hard to remember that there’s something better coming.

     
    • andyfalleur

      January 17, 2022 at 11:55 am

      I love that line. It’s so clarifying. I probably heard it from someone else but don’t remember who or where or when.

       
  2. alangilman

    January 20, 2022 at 10:35 pm

    Hey Andy!

    I decided to check out your stuff on Kennedy. How do we know he’s legit and info is true?

    Alan

    On Wed., Jan. 12, 2022, 12:36 p.m. Go for a coffee…, wrote:

    > andyfalleur posted: ” Okay, this book is explosive. Let’s just say that > from the start. There’s a whole side of the world I was introduced to in > starting to read it. Here’s the story. As you know, I have many friends in > Canada. A good friend, even though he never attended” >

     
  3. andyfalleur

    January 21, 2022 at 8:27 am

    That’s a good question. Really, the only way, other than taking his account of these various stories he tells and checking them against the footnotes. The evidence is actually quite overwhelming.
    Have you read some of the excerpts that I’ve posted?

     

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