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Book Review: “The Man Behind the Curtain – Inside the Secret Network of George Soros” by Matt Palumbo

Book Review: “The Man Behind the Curtain – Inside the Secret Network of George Soros” by Matt Palumbo

There’s always an interesting story behind every book. And, this one doesn’t disappoint. I’m actually hesitant to share these details publicly because our society is so divided at the moment about some very important issues. Because of the animosity, the impulse is to protect, but that comes at the expense of sharing helpful information.

Because of my experience in Canada, I’ve been awakened to the need to be more involved in the political process. It’s part of being a fully functioning adult in our society and a mature Christian. Our ancestors gave us the privilege of self-government through a representational democracy (or republic) and not only do we have the right to vote, but to also run for office, lobby, petition and even protest. In the transition back to Florida, I knew I wanted to get involved.

In reconnecting with a long time friend, he introduced me to another friend of his who has joined CCDF-USA in Hillsborough County. She’s an almost retired attorney in Tampa and is now devoting most of her time to assisting a group of volunteers engage at the county level. I was fascinated to hear how they have been helping parents and concerned grandparents express themselves effectively with local officials and decision makers.

A week later, I had the joy of meeting the man who is working on getting a local county level organization going in more places around the country. He’s a local business man, who in the last half of his life was inspired by the work that the Alliance for Defending Freedom has been doing, and saw that there was a need for an organization that could help citizens engage at the county level. He shared some stories from some work that that they had been part of, and I recognized them because I had read about them in the regular news. They had been a part of making a good, positive difference.

He’s the one that gave me a copy of this book. He wants to assist citizens in their desire to “defend freedom.” He was alarmed to discover the role and amount of money that was being inserted into local, county level officials from international sources, specifically organizations and foundations that are funded by George Soros. I’ve heard the name, but like J. Edgar Hoover, didn’t know much about the guy.

This book is new. It’s only a few months old. The author, Matt Palumbo, has taken an enormous amount of time to research and footnote the myriad trails of money that originated in the fortune of George Soros. It’s a difficult book to read because of the amount of just raw data and figures.

He opens by giving a biography of Mr. Soros. Born in Hungary, raised during the Nazi occupation, and sharing significant experiences that must have shaped his worldview. He also gave an explanation of the influence of philosopher Karl Popper on his ideas of how the world should function. It’s where the name “Open Society” came from and why it’s used as a name on many of his endeavours.

Allow me to admit that I don’t understand this philosophy. It wouldn’t be appropriate to fault the author’s explanation. It’s quite possible that I don’t understand, because it’s not understandable. It may exist outside of rational thought. Soros seems to be the only one that purports it, yet, as the author argues, he’s often operating in contradiction to it.

The most powerful chapter of the book for me was the one describing the donations that Soros funded organizations and foundations have made in local politics. It’s mostly the story of District Attorney’s and how they have shifted their approach to a much softer view of petty crimes, attributed poverty to the cause of crimes, and chosen to not prosecute some categories of crimes, or crimes committed by certain segments of the population. It’s been very difficult on communities and we’ve seen that in the news recently.

The main argument of the book is that Soros is funding all of this, and it all comes from his worldview and what’s implied is that our society would be better off without him meddling in not only our affairs, but those of other countries around the world.

I was also interested in the chapter devoted to Soros’s involvement in the Ukraine, because the Ukraine is dominating our news these days. We know the Biden’s had some business there. And, now, I can see all the involvement Soros has had there. Soros was a hero there. It’s difficult to refute any arguments that they aren’t completely and hopelessly corrupt and it isn’t their fault.

Here’s the bottom line for me. I’m grateful to read this. I needed to know how pervasive Soros’s money is. However, I’m not convinced that he’s getting what he wants all the time, as much as people are getting money from him and doing all kinds of crazy things with it. The guy is 91 after all. And, there’s no way for him to control the size and scale of the operation he’s funding. Anyone that will lie and manipulate others can be sure to lie to himself. Money doesn’t cure that problem.

Leaving the topic of Soros, we don’t have a CCDF organization here in Pinellas County. It would be good to get one going. I would think that citizens here would be interested to know if and when one of our officials has betrayed their oath of office. It would also be good to know which County Commissioners, School Board Trustees, or if the Sheriff, or District Attorney, or Supervisor of Elections has been on staff at one of these foundations or organizations that Soros funds, or has received funds from them. That doesn’t make them guilty of anything. It’s just good to know what we might expect from them.

What about you? How involved in the political process are you? How involved do you want to be? Feel free to comment (publicly!) or send me a message (privately!).

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Posted by on March 17, 2022 in Book Review


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Book Excerpt: “The Real Anthony Fauci” – Chapter 12 – Germ Games

Book Excerpt: “The Real Anthony Fauci” – Chapter 12 – Germ Games

In my review of the book, I shared how the book starts out with easily observable characteristics of how Dr. Fauci had handled the Covid-19 pandemic poorly. That’s an easy argument to make, in spite of the fact that not many people in mainstream society have made it.

As the book progresses and the author begins to dig and answer the questions that arise in our minds, things become far more sinister and conspiratorial.

Much of the middle of the book goes back in history of Dr. Fauci himself through his long career at the NIAID and how he became the highest paid person in all of government. There’s a long section on the AIDS epidemic and HIV and how he handled that. We have such short memories.

Then, he shifts to Bill Gates, his history, and then details all of his connections stretching all the way back to the Rockefeller Foundation at the turn of the last century. Their ideologies are telling. They are worth an excerpt. And, then umpteen accounts of the hundreds of people that have positions of institutional power all over the globe, yet are working in lockstep concert with both Gates and Fauci.

The details of their first meeting and partnership are worth another excerpt, but I won’t do it, because I’m sure others have or will.

What I want to share is how the book comes to a close. And, that’s with the merger of the biomedical firms with the military and government.

In Chapter 12, the author gives the history of bioweapons and names the events and people involved that brought about the funding and institutions that are now dominating our day to day lives.

And, then pulling from news reports shows all the simulations that they have orchestrated over the last few years. Here’s the deal. All over the globe they have taken people from local law enforcement all the way up to government department heads through multi-day exercises to see how they would respond to a biomedical attack. It’s all under the guise of being prepared. But, actually, when you read what they do, it sure looks like what they were doing was training.

This is why it seemed like all the globe was running off the same playbook when it came to Covid-19 response. Within hours of each other, different nations came out with the same measures to contain Covid. Well, except for Sweden.

It was because of these simulations. And, here’s the names:
Topoff 2000-2007
Atlantic Storm 2003
Global Mercury 2003
Atlantic Storm 2005
SCL Simulation 2005
Lockstep Simulation 2010
Mars 2017
Spars 2017
Clade X 2018
Crimson Contagion 2019
Event 201 2019

It should go without saying to not research those on Google. Instead, use DuckDuckGo or something that’s not monitored by Big Tech. Qualified research on Google doesn’t exist anymore.

Here’s the excerpt. It’s from the results of the simulation they ran called “Crimson Contagion” in 2019.

“…organizers staged the Crimson Contagion exercise nationwide at over 100 centres. ‘Participation included 19 federal departments and agencies, 12 key states, 15 tribal nations and pueblos, 74 local health department and coalition regions, 87 hospitals, and over 100 healthcare and public health private sector partners.’ (footnote) The simulation scenario envisioned a ‘novel influenza’ pandemic originating in China labeled H7N9. As with COVID-19, air travellers rapidly spread the deadly respiratory illness across the globe.”

Crazy right? Did you click the footnote link? It’s to the NY Times.

Did you notice that it says: “Do Not Distribute” all over it? Robert F. Kennedy writes:

“…(The report) didn’t become public until the New York Times obtained a copy under the Freedom of Information Act and “published a front-page article on March 19, 2020, eight days after the WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic. (footnote)”

He continues:

“The Times story contained this paragraph: ‘The October 2019 report documents that officials at the Department of Homeland Security and Health and Human Services, and even at the White House’s National Security Council, were aware of the potential for a respiratory virus outbreak originating in China to spread quickly to the United States and overwhelm the nation.’ (footnote) The New York Times takeaway missed altogether the larger and more significant stories: that the Crimson Contagion’s planners precisely prédictives every element of the COVID-19 pandemic — from the shortage of masks to specific death numbers — months before COVID-19 was ever identified as a threat and that their overarching countermeasure was the preplanned demolition of the American Constitution by a scrupulously choreographed palace coup.”

Earlier on the page he writes:

“The Crimson Contagion exercise achieved eerily accurate forecasting with numbers that precisely predicted the official casualty data for COVID-19: 110 million forecasted illnesses, 7.7 million predicted hospitalizations, and 568,000 deaths in the United States alone.”

Specific death numbers. That’s crazy.

Of course, this little snippet is provided to whet your appetite. You really should read this book.

I won’t provide a link, but I’ve read reports that there was a simulation that just wrapped up that was about global economic collapse.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s book doesn’t end with much hope. But, we need hope. And, I’ve found great hope and comfort in another book, an ancient one, specifically, the book of Psalms. In it, people like you and me who have faced the prospect of danger, or the results of evil people’s machinations to reject God, disregard his imminent justice and wreak wickedness all over the world. They write about that, openly, poetically, emotionally, in these plaintive phrases to God, the just judge of the whole world.

Evil won’t win. It can’t. “There’s no wisdom or counsel that can prevail against the Lord.” He is the just judge, and he watches over the righteous and the innocent. His ways are past finding out. What we can do, is choose to trust Him to work and to move on the behalf of the oppressed and speak the truth to our neighbour.

This is my attempt at that.



Posted by on January 21, 2022 in Book Excerpts


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

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 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.


Posted by on January 12, 2022 in Book Review


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