Title: The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health
Author: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
Released: November 16, 2021
It took me two months and one week to read this book on Kindle—all 934 pages. I admit to not reading every one of the 2,200 endnote citations, but I read a few from media sources that are considered, by the mainstream, to be credible and reputable. It took me almost two months to decide whether to share this review. I am publishing it now because I believe in freedom of speech and expression, and it is up to the readers of this book to decide what they think.
Disturbing and anxiety-inducing, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health is a book that, no matter where you stand on COVID-19 restriction issues, vaccines, or government response to the pandemic, should be carefully read—preferably with an open mind. Anyone who leaves a scathing comment about this book when they haven’t read it—or based on their googling Kennedy and finding him discreditable without ever having spoken to him or listened to him talk live—should be discounted. But, unfortunately, their opinions are just that. Do you believe everything you read on the Internet?
I have followed Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., the Children’s Health Defense, and many of his well-known supporters since April 2020. I have trust issues and haven’t trusted Bill Gates, our government, or mainstream media for years because I have worked in social media marketing for thirteen years. I know that Big Tech leverages its algorithms to achieve its objective for the owners, world governments, and intelligence agencies. I did not know these things four years ago. I have always had difficulty with some authority figures and following rules that I think do not make sense. That probably puts me in a particular category. I am an empath and a truth seeker who knows people who believe in the “conspiracy theories,” I want to know why because I care about them. I also wanted to know what the so-called anti-vaxxers and misinformation/disinformation rebels had to say to decide what I believed.
I have to trust my gut because it’s difficult to discern between what is truth or misinformation and disinformation. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is someone I believe, based on my intuition. I have listened to Kennedy speak live on social media and private websites numerous times, and he articulates his truth. His career speaks for itself, and the man is intelligent. He has followed his truth to the detriment of family relationships. He is not perfect or without sin. I can understand why the mainstream media labels him as dangerous. He threatens their narrative. He has sold over 1,000,000 copies of this book. Before you get upset, I haven’t only listened to this group’s arguments but read legacy news and magazine articles about the pandemic. I listen to our Premier and Prime Minister and find their arguments flawed. Science is fluid. There will always be a virus. So, what have I come to believe?
There are many explosive facts revealed in this book.
While The Real Anthony Fauci may not be flawless, Kennedy did extensive research to support his argument. Unfortunately, there are some broken links in the endnotes. Many news sources will not be deemed credible by the mainstream (such as Kennedy’s foundation, Children’s Health Defense and its contributors). However, there is enough doubt cast in this book about the intentions of Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, the US government, intelligence agencies, heads of Silicon Valley Big Tech, and Big Pharma to make one raise an eyebrow. Some people think a carefully orchestrated plandemic of epic proportions deceived us. I suspect that truth is a very subjective concept.
I won’t write a detailed book synopsis, as there is one on Simon & Schuster, but if you are currently disturbed or displeased by the pandemic response or its often draconian restrictions, reading this book might give you hope. There are people in the world still fighting for democracy in the increasingly totalitarian world of the 2020s. It might also keep you awake at night. Read it at your discretion.
Trust your gut. If you think you see a red flag, it’s probably there. If you think there’s something rotten in Denmark, there likely is. Don’t decide under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
We choose to be activists and fight against the globalist agenda or listen to what they tell us. It’s up to us. I have had enough of this clusterfuck, and I want my life back. I have stopped reading the news because it is terrible and will destroy my mental health, and I cannot change what is happening in the world. I know who I will not vote for and to who I will not give my money. I know humans must dramatically change if we want this planet to survive. I believe a revolution is most likely inevitable.
Next, I must ask myself, what are you willing to do to fight for it?