This story is about curiosity, an open mind, and a personal loss of innocence.
Then later in the story, it’s about Fauci and the fascinating act of weaving history.
As such, the act of weaving history is truly fascinating and almost magical. In every moment, in each society, there is a mainstream-recommended interpretation of reality—and it is usually $$$$$ that shapes the widely accepted view. The “obvious” character of the mainstream perspective doesn’t mean anything except the fact that going against it can be either individually inconvenient or life-saving—or sometimes both, depending on the circumstance. As far as the actual facts, they could be either close to the mainstream interpretation or completely opposite—or anything in-between, and sometimes, we never get to know!
We really live inside a myth, and the only thing we have some control over is our own choices and our immediate circles. We’ve been living inside a myth for centuries. To me, accepting the mythological nature of the “majority opinion” (or the perceived majority opinion, for that matter) adds a sense of calm and stimulates thinking from the inside. (And yes, sometimes the majority is wrong. Didn’t “the masses” sincerely adore both Stalin and Hitler? Hey, as a preschooler, I personally wrote poems about Lenin, and I was sincere! And regardless of the majority opinion, it is important to understand what’s happening, from the inside—to the extent it’s possible—and decide our choices accordingly.)
(For instance, right now I am digging into the financial angles of the reform, from the traditional standpoint, beyond the digital currency and central banks and impact investment etc. etc. It’s really fascinating how theology meets money, for the thousandth time in history. And by the way, no matter how deep the web is, I still think that the only way to untangle it is with massive love and with personal choices rooted in love—because the people driving the reform have a lot more money and formal power than all of us combined—and realistically, they can impose any theology or economic system they desire, as long as we shy away from using our hearts in full.)
Interpreting reality from the inside—based on own senses, own experience, and own investigation of available facts—is a very practical approach. It is existentially pleasant—and I mean really, super pleasant, and that’s regardless of social pressures—but it is also practical, especially at a time like this.
And by the way, my own perception of, well, almost everything, has evolved significantly over time. Here is an example. I grew up at the ruins of the Soviet Union. It was a time when the entire country was going through a spiritual celebration of Western ideals of consumerist abundance and free expression. People believed that finally, there was truth in Russia—and savored the sweet, sweet taste of America-like freedom. Well, it all felt exceptionally pleasant and liberating—at least for me as a freedom-loving kid—and it took me many years to realize that the sweet, sweet taste of America-like freedom was really a symphony of multinational corporations moving in and biting into the post-Soviet market. Oops. But it was pleasant…
On a darker note: Originally, I had a much clearer, more idealistic view of the Western society. I assumed it was rooted in democracy, rationality, law and order, and so on. And then my abusive ex, in an effort to preemptively shut my mouth, used his respectability to land me in “immigration detention” based on a made up claim—and there I was, in jail, handcuffed, treated like a non-person with zero rights. The law enforcement people, who were, in my mind, supposed to stand for, well, facts or something along those lines, did dirty tricks and tried to pressure me and break me. It was very cruel and completely crushing.
Thus, I got a chance to look under the hood and see the machine eye to eye—and once that happens, you just can’t unsee or forget, even after you heal. Pain turns into a deeper understanding of the world. Once you discover with your own senses—as opposed to reading or hearing about it—that you, the relatively respectable person you, can be reduced to nothing and be at the mercy of people who are trying to hurt you, in the capacity of being representatives of a democracy, it teaches you—once you regain your senses—to rely on own devices when it comes to interpreting the world and protecting yourself from predators. That year, I lost my “proud intellectual” cocoon—and as much as I wish it never happened, as painful as it was, it helped me understand reality as it is.
And now, keeping all that in mind, let’s talk about Fauci.
On July 1, Dr. Fauci was named the “2021 Humanist of the Year” by the Humanist Association.
And then there is this crazy tune, strangely competing in my head with my childhood’ sweet stories and poems about Lenin as a perfect little boy. (There are other love songs about Fauci but… no.)
In case of Fauci, the act of twisting facts seemingly started long ago. It seems like twisting facts has been his specialty.
Many of us have seen the Gary Null interview with Kary Mullis—a Nobel laureate and the inventor of the PCR technology, who sadly passed away shortly before the pandemic—in which Mullis scathed Fauci as an opportunistic bureaucrat with an agenda who “doesn’t know anything about anything.”
[The video below is great, and it goes beyond the familiar Twitter soundbite that has been going around since last spring. I have to say, I feel so attracted to normal thought (normal = uninhibited), there is some otherworldly joy in verbal honesty and intellectual fearlessness. It’s just a good feeling. And observing really smart people with inner honesty makes me feel at home. So I try to spread the joy because honesty just feels so good.]
And here is a less known 1994 interview by Dr. Robert Willner—who was a medical doctor and the author of “Deadly Deception: the Proof That Sex And HIV Absolutely Do Not Cause AIDS”—in which he talked about what he believed to be Dr. Fauci’s “crimes against humanity” from the “AIDS epidemic” era. It is a really fascinating, thought-provoking interview. And it’s just stunning how many similarities there are between the AIDS storyline and the COVID storyline—and how blatant the industry incentives seem to be in both cases.
Now, one can say that Dr. Willner’s presentation is just an opinion, or a case of scientific rivalry, or that he has been “discredited,” any of those things. And yes, science is full of rivalry and politics. But it is important to remember that usually, the scientists who dare go against the grain are motivated primarily by how unbearable it is for them to witness what they believe to be untrue—and keep their mouths shut. It is a spiritual urge that moves the whistleblowers and the truth seekers.
Plus, in medicine, going against the “authoritative opinion” is not a great career move, due to the near total corporate capture of institutionalized science. Those who go against the grain risk getting their labs shut down, their licenses taken away—which by the way was the case for Dr. Willner—their practices closed, their names discredited, and so on. So it seems like while it is impossible for me to know whether the HIV virus causes AIDS or not, I do possess the ability to recognize and interpret behavioral patterns, and I do tend to trust the integrity of whistleblowers more than the integrity of bureaucrats who profit tremendously from the “authoritative opinion,” especially bureaucrats like Fauci who has told about a million lies on record over the past year alone.
Dr. Willner’s presentation is superb and really thought-provoking—not to mention the fact that he had himself injected with the HIV virus multiple times on camera to prove that the HIV virus did not actually cause the disease known as AIDS. Please watch the entire thing, it’s really good! [I scrolled it to a good starting point.]
The year was 1994, and this is what Dr. Willner said: “And now they are caught up in a storm where if the truth comes out, it will deal a blow to the credibility of the NIH, and the CDC, and the FDA… and my God, this blow is sorely needed… The lie is so idiotic and so compound and so unbelievable that you literally have to fight yourself out of the maze of these lies.”
But there is more!
Here is a Huffington Post story in which the author claims that Fauci actively discouraged an AIDS treatment (not the toxic AZT) that frontline doctors found effective: “Fauci refused to acknowledge the evidence and, according to one account, even encouraged people with AIDS to stop taking treatments, like Bactrim, that weren’t specifically approved for use in people with AIDS.” (See also this 1989 Spin reporting.)
Then here is a CBS News story about testing toxic AIDS drugs on foster kids: “Government-funded researchers tested AIDS drugs on hundreds of foster children over the past two decades, often without providing them a basic protection afforded in federal law and required by some states.”
And here is reporting by Liam Scheff, a citizen journalist who passed away a few years ago, about the role of the NIAID (Fauci’s agency) in unethical and very inhumane AIDS research experiments on children in New York: “The drugs being given to the children are toxic – they’re known to cause genetic mutation, organ failure, bone marrow death, bodily deformations, brain damage and fatal skin disorders. If the children refuse the drugs, they’re held down and have them force fed. If the children continue to resist, they’re taken to Columbia Presbyterian hospital where a surgeon puts a plastic tube through their abdominal wall into their stomachs. From then on, the drugs are injected directly into their intestines… This isn’t science fiction. This is AIDS research. The children at ICC were born to mothers who tested HIV positive, or who themselves tested positive. However, neither parents nor children were told a crucial fact -- HIV tests are extremely inaccurate. Most of us have never heard this before. It’s undoubtedly the biggest secret in medicine. However, it’s well known among HIV researchers that HIV tests are extremely inaccurate – but the researchers don’t tell the doctors, and they certainly don’t tell the children at ICC, who serve as test animals for the next generation of AIDS drugs. ICC is run by Columbia University’s Presbyterian Hospital in affiliation with Catholic Home Charities through the Archdiocese of New York.”
But there is more!
Here is a statement by David Martin saying that he has full records regarding the billions of dollars that were spent on the gain-of-function research by no other than the good doctor and his crew—but that no official body wants to touch it.
And then there is the entire past year over which we have been abused and frankly, shamelessly lied to about many things, on a massive scale.
And—here is where the conspiracy gets totally ridiculous—if we are to believe what David Martin says in his conversation with Fuellmich—which I cited in my previous story and which I tend to take seriously as he has been saying this in lesser detail for an entire year, and he is credible—every sequence and every aspect of the so called “novel coronavirus” has been patented through and through prior to 2019— and thus the entire thing is not what it seems at all.
So where do we go from here? Denial? Outrage? A loud scream?
A scream for sure, as far as I am concerned. But after the lungs are clear, we need to shake off the spell completely and remember who we are.
Life is meant for joy and love and truth.
Our love is a force that melts our fear.
UPDATE: There is also this (“Dr. Ardis explains how Dr. Anthony Fauci knew the experimental drug Remdesivir was deadly, yet he mandated it anyway as the only “allowed” CV-19 treatment to be used in American hospitals.”)
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