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Two weeks ago, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., an heir of the most famous family in America, released his blockbuster new book The Real Anthony Fauci. Despite the lack of any advertising campaign and virtually any media coverage, it soon spent ten days as Amazon’s #1 bestseller, and has now attracted over 1,100 reviews, 96% of them five-star.

“Dr. Joseph Goebbels wrote that ‘A lie told once remains a lie, but a lie told a thousand times becomes the truth.’ Tragically for humanity, there are many, many untruths emanating from Fauci and his minions. RFK Jr exposes the decades of lies.”

—Luc Montagnier, Nobel laureate

“Bobby Kennedy is one of the bravest and most uncompromisingly honest people I’ve ever met. Someday he’ll get credit for it. In the meantime, read this book.”

—Tucker Carlson

Although the mainstream media has almost totally ignored this blockbuster, we ourselves have just published two lengthy reviews by Pepe Escobar of Asian Times and Laurent Guyénot, a longtime French contributor to our website:

I’d also strongly recommend this hour-long interview of the author by Tucker Carlson:

Video Link

I’m now extremely pleased to announce that the author and his publisher have now authorized us to republish the lengthy Introduction to his book, where he sets summarizes his important project and sets forth the reasons he undertook it:


On an unrelated matter, I’m pleased to mention that we have recently added the following three downloadable eBooks to our available collection:

American Pravda: Remembering the Liberty
President Lyndon Johnson and World War III?
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American Pravda: Giants Silenced by Pygmies
Media Suppression of Our Leading Journalists and Scholars
12,200 Words • EPub Format⬇Mobi/Kindle Format⬇

American Pravda: Oddities of the Jewish Religion
The Surprising Elements of Talmudic Judaism
7,800 Words • EPub Format⬇Mobi/Kindle Format⬇

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  1. Charles says:

    TUR is the most important site on the ‘net. At the appropriate times I mention it to friends: “There’s something you should read; it’s on a site called The Unz Review, named after its founder Ron Unz…”

    • Agree: Kratoklastes, Franz
  2. all you need to know about Fauci is

    that a globohomo kabbalah in Israel

    gave him a check for \$1,000,000.

    • Replies: @Daniel Rich
  3. Emslander says:

    You can see the bind in which this book puts the establishment advocates. BKJ is a true prince of the beloved dynasty that continues to rule one side of our political dichotomy. Normally, those princes and princesses declare a position and the rest figure out how to follow. Moreover, BKJ has spent his life going after the really bad guys, the corporate polluters. He’s defied the New England judicial system in going after prominent figures close to his family.

    If this book isn’t substantially debunked, it will gradually shape liberal opinion toward Fauci, the CDC, big pharma, modern health care financing and university guided research. It will eventually rub off onto the current administration for its slavish devotion to all those other entities.

    It’s a big deal.

  4. MGB says:

    it is a big deal. and the non-amazon, online and bricks-and-mortar chain i often buy from is not stocking the book on its shelves. i did the online search and of the 30 stores within a 100 mile radius, 3 have the book in stock. a number 1 seller on amazon, their chief competitor, and that’s the response. fucking pathetic. and i just did the same search for the new Alex Danchev biography of Magritte. 30 of 30 stores have it.

    • Thanks: Emslander
  5. @Haxo Angmark

    all you need to know about Fauci is that a globohomo kabbalah in Israel gave him a check for \$1,000,000.”

    No can do, sir.

    We always do 6 million.

    No more, no less!!!!!!!

    • LOL: Bumpkin
  6. Anon[213] • Disclaimer says:

    Here’s an entertaining article this guy wrote about his rapist cousin, Michael Skakel. We’re supposed to believe that on the same night that one Skakel brother engaged in mutual masturbation with Martha Moxely and another Skakel brother climbed into a tree, stared into her bedroom and masturbated over himself even though she wasn’t there, some random crazy person took a gold club from the Skakel’s yard and used it to beat Martha Moxely to death for no reason.

  7. @Anon

    Which should we read first — that article, or his new book?

  8. There’s another extensive interview of RFKJr posted at Only about 40% overlap in substance, and his voice is better recorded.

    • Thanks: Kratoklastes
    • Replies: @Harry Pitts
  9. Franz says:

    Which should we read first — that article, or his new book?

    When I have no time to read the book, I consider the better Amazon reviews as book reports.

    The Kindle of the book is really cheap. Even people who only skim and flip will find tons of information, which is not typical.

    • Agree: Kratoklastes
    • Replies: @Greta Handel
  10. Erebus says:

    BKJ is a true prince of the beloved dynasty that continues to rule one side of our political dichotomy.

    Not sure about that. It seems to me that it may rule the remaining rump of the “Old Left”, but the rest of that side of the dichotomy has been hijacked by the NeoCohens, just as a large part of the other side of the dichotomy has been.


    It’s (certainly) a big deal.

    The long marginalized Old American Left has re-entered the field at a crucial moment with a bang. Suddenly the Deep State finds itself facing a Kennedy Problem all over again, but this time the old solution has as great a chance of causing a political explosion as it does of solving it.

    It strikes me as a pivotal moment. Maybe even as pivotal as 1963.

    • Replies: @Emslander
  11. SteveK9 says:

    What is shocking about the book (\$2.99 for a Kindle version on Amazon) is the absolute depths of evil that Fauci has plumbed. The guy is truly a psychopath, and a mass murderer.

    • Replies: @lydia
  12. JackOH says:

    Good going with this republication, Ron.

    As I mentioned, I believe the prospects for RFK, Jr.’s book are grim. I only scanned the review, but R’s two-fisted rhetoric is probably worth supporting.

    I recently wrote a local opinion leader:

    I’ve been writing a sort of health care commentary for 20 years, with maybe 400,000 words under my belt, a small portion of that published. If our demonstrably poor and very costly performance during the pandemic can’t persuade Americans to ask questions about our distribution of health care, I don’t know what can.

    We need to do something to bring American health care into line with basic norms of human decency.

    • Agree: Craig Nelsen
  13. lydia says:

    yes, Robert Kennedy Jr has given us the information we need to protect ourselves from this evil, he was courageous enough to publish the work of many scientists and investigators who would remain unknown but for Kennedy using his famous name to continue to help people know the truth about these monsters.

    • Agree: Iris, Orville H. Larson
  14. Harry Pitts says: • Website

    The entire medical establishment is corrupt to the core. It’s no surprise there hasn’t been a cure for any disease in over 50 years.

    • Replies: @MGB
  15. MGB says:
    @Harry Pitts

    ‘Catch and Kill’, ‘Killer Acquisitions’, etc. ker rupt.

    This paper argues incumbent firms may acquire innovative targets solely to discontinue the target’s innovation projects and preempt future competition. We call such acquisitions “killer acquisitions.” We develop a model illustrating this phenomenon. Using pharmaceutical industry data, we show that acquired drug projects are less likely to be developed when they overlap with the acquirer’s existing product portfolio, especially when the acquirer’s market power is large due to weak competition or distant patent expiration. Conservative estimates indicate 5.3 percent to 7.4 percent of acquisitions in our sample are killer acquisitions. These acquisitions disproportionately occur just below thresholds for antitrust scrutiny.

    • Replies: @Kratoklastes
  16. Bumpkin says:

    The Skakel brother who’s in prison for this murder was in a different house watching a movie when the murder happened, attested to by the others watching. RFK Jr claims it wasn’t “some random crazy person,” but likely the man who lived in the Skakel house watching over the kids, Littleton, who subsequently had such a sordid life that he was suspected of being a serial killer.

    What part of the long article do you disagree with?

  17. @Emslander

    It doesn’t have to be “substantially debunked” for the CNN semi-morons and the YouTwitFace retards to be convinced they should ignore it: if CNN gets Anderson ‘CIA stooge‘ Cooper, Wolf ‘Mossad Stooge‘ Blitzer and Don ‘Gay Rapist‘ Lemon to read ‘debunked’ off the autocue, that will suffice for their entire audience and the whole of YouTwitFace – especially once the pajeets at the top of YouTwitFace ban any non-debunking mention of the book.

    CNN won’t be able to get Chris Cuomo reading ‘debunked’ off the teleprompter, because they’ve pretty much had to fire him. Karma, bitch.

    BTW… I’m loving YouTwitFace as a composite noun for YouTube, Twitter and Facebook: I’m going to use that until I get sick of it.

    I can’t lay claim to the term: I have the originality of an autistic rhino.

    It appears to have been coined by WorkingClass (link is to the comment in which I first saw it, not WorkingClass’ comment history). Well played, suh.

  18. @MGB

    Back in the 1990s (and for two decades before) this was the well-understood concept of patent pre-emption – whereby the holder of some IP monopoly acquires a competitor in order to own the competing IP and prevent the competitor’s product from ever seeing the light of day.

    Of course some bullshitter had to slap a new name on it and pretend it’s new. These are the times we live in now.

    Not saying it’s you that slapped on the new label: just that the name ‘killer acquisitions‘ is 100% wank.

  19. @Emslander

    This is quite a crucial experiment. Can this book, with the prestige of RFK Jr behind it, move the needle of public opinion? The need is dire.
    Watching his interview with Tucker Carlson, I felt the purity of his soul. The glory of RFK’s manifest desire to go down swinging in support of traditional American freedom, civility and justice was thrilling. By contrast, the lies, greed, cruelty and squalor of Fauci, Gates and their lackeys and minions makes my skin crawl. RFK said he’s 67 years old. He’s been fighting the wicked and telling the truth for too long to change. If this were a real country he’d be president.
    But I don’t know if young people have it in them to stand up for their freedom and health. They barely read books. Realistically, if the MSM blackballs this book it might not make a difference. I think RU foresees this as another American Pravda incident. I hope I’m wrong but I’m not optimistic.

    • Replies: @Emslander
    , @Notsofast
  20. @JackOH

    I’ve been writing a sort of health care commentary for 20 years (…) If our demonstrably poor and very costly performance during the pandemic can’t persuade Americans to ask questions about our distribution of health care, I don’t know what can.

    Where could I find your work online?

    Why “grim prospects” for this book?

    • Replies: @JackOH
  21. Emslander says:

    Against all my political prejudices, I think you’re right about RFK,Jr. He seems to have a very long term consciousness. I’d say he’s got a spiritual strength, which is what you’d need with the experiences he has had.

    We may be entering a new spiritual era, if I can be a little “out there” for a moment. The old era, covering about the past thirty years, has had a pretty disastrous run. Maybe guys like RFK can be more influential.

    I think he knew exactly what he was threatening with this book.

  22. Emslander says:

    I like your insight into the Kennedy “old Left” v current Left. You may have something there. It takes shape easily in the mind.

  23. Notsofast says:

    he would make a great president, to bad we don’t get to pick our own leaders.

    • Agree: emersonreturn
  24. @Franz

    I was needling Anon[213] about the pathetic effort to derail discussion and discredit RFKJr.

    But thank you.

  25. JackOH says:
    @Dieter Kief

    Dieter, I’m not online, just essays and letters published in mainstream publications. The opinion leader I wrote to is the editor of our local newspaper, who seems to like my work and is willing to publish some of my “edgier” stuff. You really have to cultivate a fingertip feel for localized Overton windows and “micro-climates of opinion” to further your point of view. (Hope that doesn’t sound too bullshitty.)

    “Grim prospects”. Without putting too fine a point on it, America’s Big Medicine and Big Government are the same entity, with only occasional towel-snapping between them. RFK Jr.’s book won’t change that, but I like his combative language.

    (BTW-a cancer scare and bad health care experience around 2000 got me revved up.)

  26. Wokechoke says:

    Fauci ought to retire or be retired. At best he spectacularly failed to head off the pandemic after decades of planning and trillions of dollars. At worst he’s implicated in planning and engineering a disease. Somewhere in the middle he’s responsible for hyperinflation and economic collapse for contributing to panic about a disease that culls the old and very sick. He’s presided over declines in life expectancy and living standards as the government’s highest paid civil servant.

  27. Wokechoke says:

    He burned bridges with progressives a few years ago.

  28. Doctor Syringe

    They go in fear….

  29. I have RFK Jr’s. book. But neither Fauci or Kennedy explain that a virus is not contagious, it can only be contracted by injection or by the body making it to eliminate toxicity mainly from chemicals. A cold eliminates bad bacteria; a flu eliminates toxins by making a self-cleansing detergent called a virus. The body can make 300,000 “variants” of viruses for each different group of cells in the body. Viruses cannot cross species from animals to man unless injected with a virus and animals cells made in a lab. Self cleansing viruses appear in weather, sunspot cycles (see Arthur Firstenberg, The Electric Rainbow). We are in such a peak sunspot cycle now. That is how Fauci was able to forecast an epidemic in 2017. The implication of this is the Wuhan Lab leak is a psy op. To repeat: a virus is like Tide detergent. It is a soap. Cells make them to eliminate toxins. If the liver cannot handle all the toxins being dumped into it from cells along with all the soap, disease begins (fever being one of the main symptoms; pneumonia, hypoxia, etc.). Viruses have been used since the Spanish Flu for injections for depopulation and economic ruination as described by John Perkins Confessions of an Economic Hit Man.

    • Replies: @Lysias
    , @Mulga Mumblebrain
  30. Lysias says:
    @Wayne Lusvardi

    Smallpox is caused by variola viruses and is very contagious indeed.

  31. anon[271] • Disclaimer says:

    I would very much like to gain some hope but my cynicism built over many years of watching the sewer that is wash dc establishment weighs against any hope I can muster.

    Huge respect for RFK but they will either ignore him or grind him down.

    The major question that should be answered is why does fraud fauci still have a job and why is he not indicted? The answer is obvious: he is protected.

    The next question, ok, then, what the hell will it take to bring him down. I do not know, if the huge number of lies, of crimes, of fraud currently out there is not enough, then I do not know.

  32. I’m reading the book and happy I wrote in RFK Jr. for president in the last election.

    People may want to listen to my interviews with one of RFK Jr.’s medical and scientific advisors, Meryl Nass:

    And here is a transcript of her April 2020 interview on the COVID bioweapon coverup:

  33. Ironic that unscrambled, the new variant spells ‘Moronic’. Someone dreamed that one up working a Jumble puzzle in the paper.

  34. Ron, any chance you can reach Miranda Devine and examine her book just out, Laptop From Hell? This is the ultimate )but still ignored by MSM) narrative on Hunter and Joe Biden and by extension, Obama. Of course today Hunter has done a pivot to Asia in his corruption. Not to mention selling his shitty works of art for 500,000 dollars to various and sundry interests here in the States. Hideous corruption, all concealed perfectly by MSM, including FOX, if you ask me.

    I believe these two books define perfectly the death-grip these monsters have on our processes. Amazing to me RFK and Devine aren’t already dispatched with malice. I guess if no one covers your works, they don’t NEED to kill you anymore.

    Bob Kennedy, if you’re out there, you’re in a class with your Pop and Uncle John F.. Very important work, as much so as your Dad’s. Thanks, Ron.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  35. @JackOH

    Re: We need to do something to bring American health care into line with basic norms of human decency. JackOH

    Consider the progress the world has made. Newspaper excerpt from Nov. 15, 1918:



    Associated Press

    Camp Grant, Ill, Nov. 15: Morris Tinksy, a Chicago soldier at Camp Grant has been sentenced to twenty five years in the disciplinary barracks at Fort Leavenworth for refusing to be innoculated againt typhoid. Tinksy was a member of Company 6, 191st Depot Brigade.


  36. One-off says:

    If this book isn’t substantially debunked, it will gradually shape liberal opinion toward Fauci, the CDC, big pharma, modern health care financing and university guided research. It will eventually rub off onto the current administration for its slavish devotion to all those other entities.

    It’s a big deal.

    Agreed. The Left commands the heights and controls all the elite institutions of the United States, so if RFKJr and his book survive what inevitably will be a massive regime attack, to paraphrase the moron who is now president, it is a big fucking deal. America’s Dr. Rasputin deserves to fall and to fall hard.

    As an aside, thanks to Ron Unz. A free speech zone will attract lots of cranks and nuttery, and The Unz Review certainly does that, but it also can facilitate widespread dissemination of information otherwise hidden and censored. American Glasnost will be Unz’ legacy.

  37. @Jim Christian

    Miranda Devine accomplished the no mean feat of being, in my opinion, even more malevolent than her late, unlamented, father, Frank. Two metastases off the Murdoch primary.

  38. @Wayne Lusvardi

    Solar Cycle 25 began in late 2019. It will peak c. mid 2025. The rest may have elements of truth, or near truth, but they are fragments among the dross.

  39. egwin says:

    Regarding the fake Goebbels quote cited at the beginning:
    It is well established that this quote is made up. There is a non-literal German equivalent floating around (“Wenn man eine große Lüge erzählt und sie oft genug wiederholt…”), which is equally made up. It does not seem to exist prior to 2015 or so, so it was clearly made up on the internet, a couple of years ago, possibly in connection with the Trump Derangement Syndrome.

    Now, Kennedy doesn’t claim Goebbels said this, he claims that Luc Montagnier claimed that “Goebbels wrote” it. I don’t know where Montagnier is supposed to have said this, and the only source for the Montagnier quote appears to be Kennedy himself, but the attribution to a “Nobel laureate” clearly tends to lend credibility to the claimed quote, so it may make sense to remind everyone that, as far as we know, Goebbels never said or wrote anything of the kind.

    • Replies: @Iris
    , @Lysias
  40. Iris says:

    On the other hand, Pr Montagnier tells a fair amount of stupidities, which unfortunately tarnish the nuggets of truth found in his speeches, as well as his undisputable free-mindedness.

    Among other things, Pr Montagnier was one the very first public personalities to having accused China of a “Wuhan Lab Leak”, relying for that of a flawed report, produced by flawed Indian “scientists”, retracted for its errors and never re-published, and most possibly doing the bidding of India’s long-term ally Israel.

    • Agree: Mulga Mumblebrain
  41. Anonymous[369] • Disclaimer says:

    The RFK Jr. interview blew me away on so many levels. Even within that hour interview with Tucker he ripped away the curtain and explained some of the various cables, tethers, and levers behind the illusion.

  42. @Anon

    Now here is somebody who must, based on the official story, believe that Oswald shot JFK using a rfile with a misaligned scope; Sirhan killed is brother firing more shots than could be loaded in his revolver; OJ Simpson committed the Bundy murders when both of Nicole’s carotid arteries were slashed but there was not the slightest sign of blood spurting from the carotid arteries where her body was found as there necessarily had to be if the vessels were cut at the scene while she was alive or if they were cut while she was alive it was not where her body was found, and Goldman having two half inch cuts in his abdominal aorta that resulted in the medical examinar finding merely 200 ml of blood in his abdominal cavity when even Spitz the medical examinar who testifed at the civil trial acknowledged there would have been at least two liters there if the cuts were inflicted when he was alive, but alleged the medical examiner failed to spot it on the autopsy table because it was hiding behind the lining that encases the abdominal cavity when after the viscera are removed leaves the interior of abdominal cavity entirely open to view giving the blood no place to hide; Arabs did 911 and brought down three steels framed buildings into their own footprints by crashing aircrafts into only two towers; the North Vietnamese attacked the US vessels in the Gulf of Tonking in 1964 when there was no evidence of the attack on radar and the plan to launch a bombing campaign had already been decided and needed only a trigger to launch it; Saddam definitely had weapons of mass destruction; and that those convicted of killing Malcolm X really did it even though they were recently exhonerated; etc. etc, etc.

    The sordid story his defense attorney put on as an alibi defensae was beyond ridiculous and results in an almost 100% conviction rate if there is even the tiniest flaw in it. Naturally enough, the credibility of the relatives was undermined in the first place by their obvious self-interest in supporting their relative against the charges and in the second place by their failing to be able to remember exactly when the activities that made up the alibi occurred when asked to tell about it years after the event. That’s what convicted Skakel.

    His defense attorney should have been disbarred for incompetence, especially when the prosecution’s case was a thin as it was and all he had to do make clear to the jury it was nowhere near sufficient to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

    But your conviction about the truithfulness of official tripe sold to confound the masses really exposes either your lack of intelliigence or your role as a propagandist dedicated to shoring up the official line.

    • Agree: Mulga Mumblebrain
    • Thanks: Iris
  43. Lysias says:

    I read “Mein Kampf” a few years ago. (I read it in German because I was checking on Hitler’s use of the term “Weltanschauung”.). I am reasonably sure there is a passage on big lies similar to what is attributed to Goebbels. (And, if Hitler said it, Goebbels would have been quite capable of repeating it.)

    • Replies: @Stones
  44. Stones says:

    Much in the way RFK jr ‘s effort is against a big lie, Hitler’s reference to the big lie was a warning against the big lie, not an advocacy of it as the media generally presents it.

    Most here know this well. However it is a useful data point to illustrate the inversion of true often promulgated by the media

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