Interview 1675 - The REAL Anthony Fauci with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

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Joining us today to talk about his new bestselling book, The Real Anthony Fauci, is Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. of

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JAMES CORBETT: Welcome friends, James Corbett here,, in a conversation that is being recorded on the 19th of November 2021 here in Japan. And throughout the past couple of years of this generated crisis I have received, as you might imagine, many, many requests to do some sort of deep dive or exposé on the face of this generated crisis in the United States, Anthony Fauci. But as a Canadian in Japan, I have never felt that I am best situated to do such a deep dive. Luckily, I can do the next best thing . . . actually, an even better thing. I can bring on someone who has done exactly just such an exposé and has just released that to the public. I am talking about, of course, thought-criminal extraordinaire and a proud member of the "Disinformation Dozen" (I say that ironically, of course), Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. of, who has just written The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health. Mr. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., thank you very much for joining us on the program today.

ROBERT F. KENNEDY, JR.: And thank you for having me, James, and also thank you for all of your extraordinary work for keeping the public informed so that we can actually maybe restore some democracy to the world.

CORBETT: Well, I appreciate that. Let's start by talking about the cultural moment that we're in, in which I note, as we're recording this conversation it's the 18th of November there in the United States. As we are talking, this book, The Real Anthony Fauci, is currently the #3 best seller on Amazon. While people should not be lining the pockets of Jeff Bezos, obviously, I think [it] speaks to the fact that  obviouslysomething is happening in the zeitgeist right now where this information, speaking specifically about Anthony Fauci, but in a similar way, I would say to my Who is Bill Gates? documentary, using Fauci as a hub from which we can explore many spokes of the crisis that we're living through right now. Obviously people are hungry for this information at the moment. But first, can you just speak to why you decided to write this book specifically about Fauci?

RFK, Jr.: Well, I think for the same reasons that you've been exploring. We've seen, over the past 20 months, a coup d'état against liberal democracy globally, and one of the key players is this kind of medical cartel, and medical technocracy. There's an entire coalition of what I would [call]—I think we’re all starting to see it—sinister forces: pharmaceutical companies, the intelligence agencies, medical bureaucracies, the social media titans, and the mainstream media that are all wrapped up in . . . and the military, if I didn’t mention them. They’re all kind of wrapped up in the obliteration of constitutional rights globally and the use of a health crisis to impose totalitarian controls.

And one of the ways they've been able to get rid of it is this avuncular presence who is the face of the technocracy, the face of the demolition, [the face of] the obliteration of constitutional rights—this avuncular, you know, steady authoritative medical figure, Anthony Fauci, who is the leading panjandrum of the medical establishment for 50 years. He's kind of the J. Edgar Hoover of public health without J. Edgar Hoover’s bad reputation. He has been the trusted advisor to six presidents and is a person who is widely applauded. His medical opinions, as little sense as they make, are treated literally as gospel by the mainstream press, the social media, globally. Many—unfortunately—people from my political party, from the Democratic Party, have really seen him as almost a demigod.

And, well, I, because of my peculiar history . . . I have spent 40 years litigating on the issue of regulatory capture. I brought over 500 lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies and big corporations. And probably a quarter of the lawsuits that I brought have been against government agencies, like the EPA, that are subject to this dynamic of regulatory capture, which is very, very well documented in peer-reviewed publications and the popular press. But it's the mechanism by which regulatory agencies become the sock puppet of the industries that they're supposed to regulate. They become really kind of subsidiaries of those industries. And Tony Fauci is kind of the spearhead of an agency that has experienced regulatory capture in a way that is on steroids. And part of the reason is these unprecedented financial entanglements between the pharmaceutical companies and the agencies that regulate them that we do not see in the environmental space.

You know, EPA is a captured agency. It does the bidding of Big Oil, Big Coal, the chemical industry, the big industrial agriculture. And I spent a lot of time suing them when they did sweetheart deals to issue permits that were illegal. But in the pharmaceutical and the medical sphere, you have these financial links. For example, FDA receives 45% of its annual budget from pharmaceutical companies. The NIH has thousands of pharmaceutical patents. And the CDC spends about $4.9 billion a year out of its $12 billion budget, so about 40%, close to 40%, buying and then distributing vaccines. So it really is a front man—it is the biggest vaccine company in the world.

And the metrics that are used within the agencies to measure whether or not you're going to get promoted, whether you're going to get advanced, whether you're going to get your bonuses and salary raises, almost all of them have to do with how well you promote vaccine uptake. So, people do not get rewarded in those agencies for finding problems with vaccines. They get rewarded for covering up problems.

And then some of the agencies directly profit from vaccine sales. For example, as I’ve said, NIH owns thousands of medical patents, including half the patent for the Moderna vaccine. So, Tony Fauci’s agency stands to make billions and billions of dollars if they succeed in getting that vaccine approved, mandated, etc. And Tony Fauci was able to choose to designate four of his high-level employees, who each get individual patent shares, and they will collect $150,000 a year for life if the Moderna vaccine is approved, which it has been.

So, it’s like if EPA got half of its budget from the coal industry or from the oil industry and the amount of money that went into its budget was based upon sales of coal and oil, the mercantile impulses and the commercial impulses would subsume the [EPA's] regulatory functions. And that's exactly what's happened [to the NIH and NIAID]. They are no longer regulatory agencies. They're not public health agencies. They are vaccine and pharmaceutical companies. And Tony Fauci's agency, in particular, no longer does public health, and he doesn't do public health. He does pharmaceutical promotions. He will never talk publicly about the improvements in public health that have occurred since he came into office 50 years ago.

And it's not a good story. In 1984, when he became the big boss [of NIAID], 6% of the American public had a chronic disease. By 1986, 11.6% or 11.8% of Americans had a chronic disease. And today it's 54%. By chronic disease, I mean neurological disease (ADD, ADHD, speech problems like Tourette’s syndrome, narcolepsy, ASD, autism); allergic disease (like peanut allergies, food allergies, asthma, anaphylaxis); and then the autoimmune diseases (like juvenile diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis). When Tony Fauci took over that agency, nobody had even heard of those diseases, really. One in 10,000 people my age have autism. One in every 34 people my kids' age have full blown autism. Tony Fauci’s job is to make sure that doesn't happen and to find the sources of those chronic diseases. Why did food allergies suddenly appear in 1989? Why did we see all these people with celiac disease and peanut allergies beginning in that year? Why did we see rheumatoid arthritis and juvenile diabetes?

Clearly, there is an environmental toxin. Genes do not cause an epidemic. They may provide the vulnerability, but you need an environmental toxin. And his job is to identify the toxins so that we can then eliminate them. But that’s not what he does. And as a result, we've seen this dramatic explosion [of toxins] and decline in public health. You know, we have the worst infant mortality rate of the top 25 nations. When he came into office, we were the healthiest people; today, we’re the unhealthiest people in the industrialized world. We’re 79th in terms of the overall public health metrics. We consume three times the pharmaceutical products of any other Western nation, we pay the highest prices [for medicine], and we are by far the sickest.

And it's largely, as I show in the book, Tony Fauci [who] is responsible. He's not solely responsible. He, however, could have prevented the whole thing. He could have. His job was to identify those problems and lead the way to eliminating them. And he could have done that. And that's not what he's doing. He's turned that agency into an incubator for pharmaceutical products. Between 2009 and 2016, there were some 240 products approved by FDA—new drugs—that all came out of Tony Fauci’s shop. He has a $6.1 billion budget, which he distributes to colleges and universities to do drug research for various diseases. He has another $1.7 billion that comes from the military—that essentially is to do bioweapons research. And that's why he had to do the gain of function. He was locked into that. 68% of his personal salary comes from doing that military, bioweapons research, which used to be called dual use. It's illegal for anybody to do bioweapons development and manufacturing, but there's an exception in the 1972 Act. Research and development that is for dual use is, in other words, research that is useful for developing bioweapons but is also useful for vaccines.

So you can say, "I'm doing vaccine research," then you can do bioweapons research, backdoor bioweapons research, and that's what he did. And after the anthrax attacks in 2001, the Pentagon and the CIA began pouring money into bioweapons research. And the Pentagon was nervous about doing it itself because of the ban—the prohibition on it. So, those cohorts began funneling money to Tony Fauci to do it, because he could legitimately say, "Well, I'm not really doing bioweapons research, I'm doing vaccine research."

And then a bunch of his old bugs escaped in 2014 from his lab and from other people's labs, and 300 scientists signed a letter to President Obama asking him to stop Tony Fauci. And that's when he began funneling a lot of this money to the Wuhan lab and partnering with Chinese military scientists and teaching them not only how to develop—how to take bat coronaviruses and make them transmissible and pathogenic and virulent to human beings—but also his specialty with one of his chief scientists, Ralph Baric, from the university of North Carolina, developed a technique, called the "no-see'm technique" for hiding the evidence of the human engineering of those viruses. And Baric, who was funded by Fauci and shared that research with Shi Zhengli, the Chinese scientist known as “bat lady,” was able to master the technique.

And, you know, these people are all publishing on this stuff, and they weren't embarrassed about it. And the Chinese were very, very open that this was weapons research. They didn't pretend it was vaccine research. They were, like, "This is weapons research, and we are glad we're able to do it." Fauci was giving them millions and millions of dollars. But the biggest contributor was the CIA, which gave about $69 million, through USAID, to do that kind of research. And then the Pentagon, through DARPA, which gave about $39 million to do that. And the three of them were all working in tandem. Smaller amounts [of money were] coming from Homeland Security and the other agencies. And they were teaching the Chinese how to weaponize bat viruses.

CORBETT: Well, let's stop for a moment, because describing Anthony Fauci as "the J. Edgar Hoover of public health" is such a perfect description that I'm going to steal it, because I think it gets to the heart of what we're discussing here, which is that this man has somehow or other managed to take over a relative backwater of the Washington bureaucracy. As you point out, in 1984, who was talking about NIAID? No one; it was a "nothing" agency. It is now . . .

RFK, Jr.: Because infectious disease had basically stopped causing mortalities after the Spanish flu—and the "Spanish flu" was not a flu. And as Tony Fauci himself wrote in 2008, he really documented the fact it was a bacteriological infection. So, there's no reason to be scared of it anymore, because it can be obliterated in two days by antibiotics. Really, in this century, you've seen the complete decline of infectious disease mortalities. And by 1980, infectious disease mortalities were such an infinitesimal threat to Americans that the Reagan administration was talking about abolishing NIAID and CDC that year. And in those agencies, they were talking about: "We gotta find a pandemic in order to justify our existence."

And I show in the book, again and again, they fabricated pandemics. They fabricated a flu pandemic in 1976. And then, in 2005, an avian flu pandemic. Swine flu in 2009—a complete fabrication. In fact, in 2005, one person died in a pandemic, and they spent $40 billion on vaccines and had mandatory vaccine programs globally. They do this again and again, and I show it [in my book], again and again. Zika was Tony Fauci’s phony pandemic. Zika was completely unassociated with microcephaly. He went to Congress and said that Zika was causing kids to be born with small heads, and he got $2.2 billion for his agency to get a vaccine. And as it turns out, Zika was no threat to anybody and definitely did not cause microcephaly. It was all fabricated.

And he's done this again and again and again, the same playbook, to use it to clamp down totalitarian controls and to sell pharmaceutical products, use these fake pandemics. And I'm not saying COVID is fake, because it isn’t. But the response to it has not been a medical response. It's been a militarized and a monetized response that is very, very much pre-calculated.

CORBETT: Well, let's get into the specifics of how this type of scare can be manipulated, because that's something that we need to wrap our minds around to understand what's happening right now. And in chapter four of your book—in fact, several chapters deal with Fauci’s involvement in the AIDS crisis and AZT and that scandal. But in chapter four of your book, you specifically go through how the AIDS crisis that Fauci was at the helm of there in the 1980s was essentially the template for what was to come during the generated crisis of the past two years. And you talk about "pumping up pandemic fears to lay the groundwork for larger budgets and greater powers, incriminating an elusive pathogen, fanning hysteria by exaggerating disease transmissibility, periodically stoking waning fear levels by warning of mutant super strains and future surges," etc., etc. There's a list of about 20 different ways in which the AIDS crisis can be seen as a template for what has happened over the past couple of years. Can you elaborate a bit about that?

RFK, Jr.: One of the things that he did during the AIDS crisis, he was able to go through a struggle with the National Cancer Institute, because the initial signal of AIDS was Kaposi's sarcoma, which is a cancer. And so the AIDS went to the National Cancer Institute, and he was able to use studies that show that maybe it's a viral infection caused by HIV to get control of all that new funding. And he went up to billions of dollars and that really made him the boss. But he didn't know how to develop drugs, and the NIAID had no capacity at that time to develop drugs—and the National Cancer Institute did and knew how. They had big labs, you know, it was developing cancer drugs. His agency didn't know how. So, it really had to rely on a private pharmaceutical company, which is now Glaxo; it was then Glaxo Wellcome.

That drug appeared to kill HIV. But it killed HIV because it killed everything that it touched. It was a really toxic chemotherapy drug. It was so toxic, it killed all the mice in the chemotherapy experiment. And the guy who developed it actually had thrown it on a junk pile and didn't even patent it because he said, "This can never be used." Chemotherapy, if you give it for two weeks, kills every cell in the DNA in human bodies. But you're hoping that it kills the tumor first, before it kills the person. It was Tony Fauci’s idea to give that chemotherapy jab to people for life, which of course it means their life was going to be extremely short, which is exactly what happened. He had to shorten the clinical trial, because within six weeks, it was killing everybody in the clinical trial. And the way he kept them alive is by pumping the people in the AZT group with daily—in some cases, daily—blood transfusions and not giving the transfusions to the HIV-infected people in the placebo group. The transfusions kept them alive, allowed him to claim this was a miracle drug and he got it approved in record time. It was a rush emergency use approval. And at the end, he declares, "It's so effective that it's unethical to continue the trialsm and we’re going to unblind them and give it to all the people in the placebo group"—exactly what he did with the vaccines.

And then, by that time, there were community doctors all over America that were finding repurposed drugs that were really effective against the symptoms of AIDS, things that actually killed people—the pneumonia and, you know, all of these other symptoms that killed people. And in order to get his AZT approved for emergencies, he had to kill those drugs. So, he suppressed them, he punished doctors. He wouldn't allow FDA to approve any of them. He wouldn't allow fast-track approval. My uncle was fighting with him and fighting with him—Ted Kennedy, who was the chair of the health committee—to force him to do fast track approvals for those drugs that these wonderful community doctors were using. And what happened is people who had AIDS were quickly recognizing that AZT was killing their friends who got on it. And they were desperate to get these other drugs.

And so they had these buyers clubs that popped up all over the country. The movie Dallas Buyers Club was originally written about Tony Fauci as the villain because he was the one that was preventing all these people from getting their hands on these working medications because there was no profits in them for the drug industry. And so, you had these buyers clubs, where people would go to Mexico or they'd go to Europe, or they'd go [to] Canada and they'd get these drugs and bring ’em back and distribute them to people.

And so, it's the same thing he did now—suppressing Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, monoclonal steroids. You know, all of the things that we know are very effective against COVID—anti-inflammatories, the anticoagulants. You know, the antibiotics that work, actually work—vitamin D, zinc. And all those things get suppressed. So, there's only one solution. Back then, it was AZT for AIDS. Today, it’s the vaccine. It's always a deadly experimental drug that wipes out the . . . and then he has to abbreviate the clinical trials and declare it's a success. That's one of the times. He's done that again and again and again and again throughout his long career.

CORBETT: Right. As you say in the book, it's a well-worn, dog-eared playbook that he's playing from, precisely because it has worked in the past and it's continuing to work to this day. As you say, his avuncular attitude sort of deflects all the criticism that never seems to really land on him. But you paint a very vivid picture in this book of a particular instance of how Fauci has wielded his power over his fiefdom to suppress dissent against him. And that was the story of Dr. Peter Duesberg. Tell people about how the career of Peter Duesberg was completely derailed by Fauci.

RFK, Jr.: Well, Duesberg was the most brilliant virologist in the world. He’d won more NIH rewards than anybody else. He'd won virtually every award that could be won in virology. And he was clearly going to win the Nobel Prize for finding an oncogene, which is a cancer-causing gene which he discovered. And it launched an entire discipline in virology. And then he himself went back and looked at it and he said, "This doesn't make any sense from an evolutionary point of view." And he wrote the paper that exploded his own theory and lost him the Nobel Prize. But he didn't care about anything except integrity. And he was really—he is, he's still alive—this incredible, highly, highly respected scientist, and he did not believe that the deaths that were being attributed to AIDS from '81 to '84—he did not believe that they were being caused by HIV. He believed that they were largely the result of poppers and a whole constellation of drugs—of heroin, speed, methedrine, cocaine—that were the part of the fast-track, post-Stonewall gay lifestyle.

What he was saying is now accepted science. Kaposi sarcoma, which was AIDS, is no longer even listed as a symptom of AIDS. It's now understood that it is an environmental result and that it’s caused by poppers, which is alkyl nitrite, which was a ubiquitous drug that was used in the gay community. It was sold in every gay bar, and, at the end of the night, the gay bars would declare: "Last call for alcohol, last call for poppers." It was sold in the bathhouses and the nightclubs and everything else, and a hundred percent of the people originally diagnosed with AIDS were popper users.

And so, Duesberg did this exhaustive research and published a groundbreaking paper and then became a huge critic of Fauci. And I show in my book how Fauci was able to use strategically placed money to control all this research—$6.1 billion in research grants to get the universities to shut him out; to get him denied all awards, invitations to conferences; to punish his graduate students, so nobody would take his courses; and to destroy his career. And he succeeded at doing that. He really isolated him, and he made Duesberg a pariah. And he refused to debate him. He silenced him. And that's the problem. Whether Duesberg was correct or not, I don't reach a conclusion on that. I say, specifically, "I don't know." But Duesberg's arguments make a lot of sense, and his book is absolutely persuasive.

There's tens of thousands of articles on AIDS and HIV, and I haven't read them all, so I'm not eligible or competent to make a judgment. But what I do know is that science is dynamic and there ought to be debate. And any time somebody says there's a consensus in science, that person is a liar and they're manipulating you, because the phrase "scientific consensus" is oxymoronic.

I was part of the legal team on the Monsanto case, where we won $2.2 billion. We won three cases in a row—the last one we took $2.2 billion. And then we settled on Roundup. And in that case, Monsanto came to court with top scientists from the country—from Harvard and Stanford. And they made very, very convincing presentations on what they said was consensus science. And then we brought up our scientists from Harvard and Stanford who were looking at the same data and coming up with a different conclusion. And under cross examination, we were able to prove that their scientists were wrong, ours were right, and persuade a jury to give these huge judgments.

Medicine is about consultations, it's about debate, it's about conversation. It's not about one guy sitting up there and saying, "This is the answer." And if we want good policies for everything in a democracy, we need a free flow of information. And we need ideas to try them in the marketplace. And what Fauci has succeeded in doing in this country is really shutting down debate completely. And [there is] this extraordinary capacity that he's developed—the relationships with the media, the social media and the medical cartel and intelligence agencies—to literally shut down debate on any issue that he wants to simply proclaim as truth.

CORBETT: Well, let's move on to another part. I know we have limited time today and I want to cover what you talk about in chapter seven of your book, because I'm sure everyone by this point has heard—and if not, they should at least look it up about “BeagleGate,” as it has been termed, and the horrific experiments on animals that were funded through Fauci's agency. But not a lot of people have probably heard about what you cover in chapter seven of this book, "Dr. Fauci, Mr. Hyde: NIAID's Barbaric and Illegal Experiments on Children," which for me personally, as a father of two beautiful, wonderful, healthy children, whom I love more than life itself, this chapter was the most difficult to read through. But perhaps you can share some of this information with the listeners.

RFK, Jr.: Well, it’s a part of a pair of chapters—one of them about his experiments on children with these novel chemotherapy drugs that they were testing out for AIDS in the United States, and then the other one on children and pregnant mothers in Africa. And they were both just equally horrific. And in the United States, the only way he got most [subjects] of his experiment [was that] he has targeted, throughout his career, blacks and Hispanics for these kinds of medical experiments. And in this case, he was able to get control of foster homes in seven states and essentially turn these pharmaceutical companies loose on these children. And the experiments that were conducted were absolutely barbaric. The children were tortured. They did not have legal representation, which is illegal. They did not have guardians. You cannot put a child into a clinical trial in this country without an independent guardian, and he made sure that those kids did not have guardians.

And they were literally tortured to death. The children who refused—who stopped taking the drugs because they made them so sick—many of these kids did not have HIV. So they were getting no benefit from these drugs. They were just being used as guinea pigs, and the children who refused or were noncompliant were sent to Columbia Hospital and had feeding tubes installed in them so that the drug companies could continue to administer the drugs, even when the kids fought back. And at least 85 of these kids died during the experiments.

Celia Farber, who is an incredible researcher who worked with me on this chapter in the book, actually found a graveyard up in the Hudson Valley, north of New York City, in Hawthorne, New York—it's called Gates of Heaven Cemetery—where there was a pit. It was covered by an Astroturf carpet and it had hundreds and hundreds of tiny coffins haphazardly piled in that pit with the bodies of these children. And we don't know where a lot of those kids came from, but we know that at least 85 of them were casualties of Tony Fauci's experiments.

And then, after New York, he took that roadshow to Africa and ended up killing a lot of pregnant mothers in Africa—and getting away with it because of the power of his agency, his contacts. His whole thing fell apart at one point, but he was able to use his contacts with President Bush. They were really to get him out of a jam. And I talk about that, and I give detail there.

As you know, there's 2,200 footnotes in the book, and every statement in there is sourced—and cited—to government databases or to peer reviewed publications or to good sources. So the story's incredible.

I think the most important story in the book is in the last chapter, which is called “Germ Games,” which talks about the orchestrated, planned use of pandemics to clamp down totalitarian control. And it was a surprise to me. It was all new research. Nobody has seen this before, but the deep, deep involvement of the intelligence agencies in pandemic planning, which is weird because, you know, why the CIA? It’s not a health agency. It doesn't do public health. It does coups d'état. A lot of people know about Event 201, which was this extraordinary pandemic planning event, a simulation that was put on in October 2019. It was hosted by Bill Gates and by Avril Haines, the former director of the CIA. She's now the head of the National Security Agency—the top spy in our country. And the people—it's an extraordinary group of people—were simulating a coronavirus pandemic worldwide in October 2019.

We now know from the National Security Agency that the pandemic almost certainly escaped from the Wuhan lab on September 12th and it was circulating already in Wuhan, a month before this pandemic took place, and the Chinese knew about it. And at this simulation was George Gao, who's the head of the Chinese CDC. And then they have representatives from the drug companies, the social media companies, the mainstream media companies like Bloomberg and Washington Post, and health agencies, and they're simulating a pandemic. And they're not simulating, "How do you get vitamin D to people, and how do you get zinc and how do you stockpile Coricidin, and how do you create grids to hook [up] the 11 million doctors in the world, to figure out what protocols are working and what repurposed medications are working? How do you quarantine the sick and not the healthy? How do you preserve the Constitution in the midst [of a pandemic]?" None of that was discussed. It was all, "How do you use the pandemic as a pretense to clamp down totalitarian controls and obliterate and deconstruct democracy?"

And the last simulation, which is called "Seminar Four," was all about, "How do you get the social media companies to censor any discussion of a lab-generated coronavirus epidemic?" It's pretty amazing. You're thinking, "Do they think we're stupid?" when you read this. What I found out [and reveal] in the book was that [the October 2019 simulation] was not a one-off event—that they had probably around 20 of these events. I document, I think, 14 of them, beginning in 2000. They're called Operation Lock Step. It's: "How do you get all of the countries—all of the liberal democracies of the world—to pivot and turn into dictatorships overnight?" Many of them are sponsored by Gates and The Hopkins Population Center. The one thing they all have in common is a huge, huge presence by the CIA. And they are all orchestrated—the scripts are written by them. There are famous people involved in many of them: Madeleine Albright, Senator Frank Church, other senators and congressmen, [Bill] Gates, and they involved hundreds of thousands of people. They involve frontline workers—not only health[care] workers, but from the utilities, from the oil companies, from the police [and] firefighters in all the cities around [several countries]—Canada, the United States, Europe, Australia. And they did them all simultaneously in all these countries. It's really chilling, I think, for people to read.

CORBETT: Absolutely. Yes. And I was impressed by the thoroughness of that chapter, actually. You uncovered a lot of detail about a lot of these different drills, going all the way back to Dark Winter [in 2001], which I'm sure my audience will be familiar with by now. You have a lot of detail in there and how that then relates to the anthrax attacks of a few months later that were miraculously predicted by several of the people associated with Dark Winter.

RFK, Jr.: But the anthrax attack happened; there were Senate hearings on the Dark Winter anthrax attacks. It had prepared the whole country for an anthrax attack weeks before the anthrax attack. And it turns out the anthrax attack—although they blamed Saddam Hussein and we went to war—it turned out, when the FBI completed its investigations, [that the anthrax] came from the one of three US military labs. And I talk about the identities of the people who were highly likely to have been involved.

CORBETT: Exactly right. And you talk about the TOPOFF drills, which I haven't heard talked about since the 2000s. You even brought up one that I had never heard of yet—MARS 2017. So, I'm learning new stuff from that chapter as well. And as you say: 2,200 footnotes in this book! It is a treasure trove for researchers like myself, and I'm sure I will be making use of that research in my coming reports, so thank you for doing that research.

But let's take a step back to the bigger picture of what this book is about and what it represents, because hopefully—I would sincerely hope—this best-selling book will have an effect towards, hopefully, exposing Anthony Fauci and what he has been involved with over the years—the blood that is on his hands. And hopefully then, of course, prompting a resignation and a disgrace of that career. I would sincerely hope that. But I would assume that's not the end goal of all of this. Because, as I'm sure you know, if you got rid of a Fauci, there'd be a hundred mini-Faucis willing to take his place. So what is that end goal? What are we actually reaching towards when we're confronting this coming biosecurity state?

RFK, Jr.: Well, listen, I talk about the Milgram experiment as to how the intelligence agencies and the health agencies have really developed these extraordinary techniques for using fear to disable critical thinking. And if you look at the whole rationale behind this pandemic, all of these rationales collapse when you look at them. Why are we mandating vaccines that don't prevent transmission? What is the possible reason? And that's just one of the many, many absurdities of what we're doing today. But people who are subsumed in the orthodoxy, which is the product of orchestrated fear, misinformation, and propaganda, need to be woken up.

And, as they learned [from] the Milgram experiment, thirty-three percent of people will violate their own conscience, their own deeply held values, if they're ordered to do so by a medical authority. And I was able to connect for the first time in the Milgram experiment to the CIA—to the CIA ties. It's one of the things they learned: When you put everybody under house arrest and you impose this kind of Stockholm syndrome, that makes people grateful to their captors and believing that the only way to survival is through absolute obedience and compliance, those fear levels keep people in this state of mass psychosis or hypnosis.

And what we need to do, James—and I know this is what you've been trying to do for years in your work as well—is just to wake people up. Because, as you know, liberals in our country do not believe in censorship and they do not believe in mandatory medical products and giving things to children that are not proven to be good for them. And all of these things.

CORBETT: They don't blindly trust Big Pharma, right? Or the intelligence agencies, right?

RFK, Jr.: It goes against all of their values and all of their expressed aspirations as a party. And it's a war on the poor. Let's face it, many, many more people have died . . . we made this deal in 1990—the early 1990s, that is—globalists telling the developing world: "If you hook into our commodity or our economy, you start producing commodities rather than subsistence farming, we're going to lift you all out of poverty." One year we shut down the whole global economy, and we tricked them into joining it, and now they can't sell any of their products. There's a hundred million children around the globe that are put into starvation or food insecurity that is going to disable them for a lifetime with malnutrition. Their IQs, everything else, their functionality is far worse—tragically far more deaths from the lockdown than from COVID. And they're definitely young people as opposed to older people.

And where I live, the death rate from COVID in my community, which is Brentwood, is one-third the death rate in Compton. So, all these liberals who think they're doing the right thing by putting on masks and staying in their houses, they're killing people in the poor neighborhoods who are being just destroyed by this lockdown—and they're not making those connections. And what I think we need to do is to wake people back up. And once they wake up, they'll do the work for us of restoring democracy. But we need to wake them up. And the others know the perils for them in that—and that's why they're going out of their way to silence us, because they cannot afford to have those people woken up. It won't just be disgrace and firing for Fauci. It would be Nuremberg trials and, you know, playing with . . .

CORBETT: This is it. Yes. The charges that you not only bring, but document and really prosecute, in this book are extremely serious. And if we take them seriously, yes, there are some serious consequences to what's coming here. So, having said that, I fully agree and I'm on board with that agenda. Having said that, I opened today's conversation with a sarcastic reference to “the Disinformation Dozen,” which you've been enshrined in—because obviously my audience, my regular audience, will see that for the nonsense that it is. However, even within our movement—"our" movement?—of people who supposedly would be on our side, I guarantee you, there will be people, even in my own audience, in the comment section, screaming that "Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is controlled opposition and James is a shill for having interviewed him"—not really recognizing that we are in, I think, the most profound peril towards human liberty that we have seen in our lifetime, facing the construction of a biosecurity state that is going to undermine all of the tenets of Western jurisprudence that we have taken for granted all our lives. We are in the fight for our life, and people are busy fighting each other moreso than fighting the real enemies here. And I want to direct people to a speech that you gave at the Ron Paul Institute in Washington recently, "Pandemic and the Road to Totalitarianism" where you, I think, reach out and make that call for unity. Can you share some of your thoughts on that?

RFK, Jr.: I can go even further than you just went, because I think this is a historical jeopardy to humanity that we've never seen before. The Black Plague and World War II are arguably rivals for it. But I would argue, this is the worst thing that's ever happened to humanity, because the essential ambition of the totalitarian state is to control, not just conduct, but self-expression and thought. And for the first time in history, because of the technological revolution, the capacity for totalitarian forces to literally control every aspect of human expression and even human thought is now unprecedented.

Bill Gates brags that he's going to be able to watch, with his 60,000 satellites, every square inch of the earth, 24 hours a day. At least in other parts of history, you could run and you could hide and you could collect forces and begin an opposition. We can't do that anymore. The Chinese have already deployed this vast array of facial recognition that claims to be capable of reading guilt on people by looking at facial expressions from a distance and deciding whether somebody is guilty. So it's literally pre-crime. It's like Minority Report, and that's where we are today. In Hitler's time, you could run for a border. You There were always a certain number of people were going to escape and regroup, and there was opposition from other countries.

Today, we have this situation where the US military and the CIA are conspiring with the Chinese CIA or the Chinese CDC and military scientists, developing bioweapons together and lying, conspiring to lie to the public. We have communications between Fauci and the Chinese instructing him what to do and what to say in order to hide the origins of this virus. So, we have US federal officials who are conspiring with Chinese military officials to hide truth from the American public. And then you look at Australia and Canada: these irreplaceable democracies are now totalitarian regimes where they're literally building concentration camps.

So I would say this is Armageddon—the apocalyptical forces of ignorance and greed and totalitarianism. And this is the final battle. We need to win this one.

CORBETT: I agree with you. This is the fight for the future of the human species, because we are at that level where totalitarianism on a scale, never before imaginable is now not only imaginable, but is being implemented. And if we spend our time fighting with each other, then we lose, and we can't afford to lose this. So I really hope that people will understand the gravity of the situation. And I think you lay out a good chunk of that in this book. It's ostensibly about Anthony Fauci, but, as I say, that is just the hub from which you can explore many different spokes.

Finally, finally, before I let you go, I would be remiss in my duties if I did not ask you about something that's in the news at the moment. I'll note a couple of years ago, myself and James Evan Pilato of, we were covering, on New World Next Week, an Instagram post that you made in which you were talking about the compelling evidence that Sirhan Sirhan was not the murderer of your father, but it was Thane Eugene Cesar. And I will link to that edition of New World Next Week, if people are interested. But obviously, right now, as we are recording this conversation, I believe Sirhan Sirhan is still waiting to hear whether or not he was going to be granted parole. What are your thoughts on that?

RFK, Jr.: You know, Sirhan Sirhan obviously took some shots at my father, but it's also very clear that he did not fire the shots that killed my father. Thomas Noguchi, who is a classic coroner, iconic coroner, did not believe that Sirhan could have killed my father. There were 77 witnesses in the kitchen. Sirhan was six feet in front of my father at all times. He fired two shots at my father. We know what happened. One of them hit Paul Schrade, the UAW leader, in the head. He is still alive and fighting for Sirhan because he knows that Sirhan did not kill my father. He was one of my father's closest friends. The other one hit a door jamb behind my father and was later recovered by the police and then destroyed. Sirhan was then grabbed by Rosie Grier, Rafer Johnson, and four other men, who created a dog pile. They put his arm behind him, and they could not get the gun out of him. He had like a superhuman strength. And he fired six other bullets and emptied the chamber. All those bullets hit people. So, all the bullets are accounted for. My father was shot by four bullets from behind. One went through his shoulder pad, one went into his neck—his spinal cord—one was fired directly behind his ear and into his head, and one into his back. The ones that went through his body were fired in an upward trajectory and went into the ceiling. The one lodged in his brain—we have that, and we know it does not match Sirhan's gun.

Thomas Noguchi's autopsy is called in the medical literature "the perfect autopsy," because he did not want it to happen to my dad what had happened in Dallas, where everybody had questions. He flew in the best coroners from all over the country to sit in the theater, including the chief coroner from all the armed services—each one of the services: the Marines, the Army, the Navy, the Air Force—to sit in the theater and watch him. And what he found was that all four of those shots were contact shots. In other words, the barrel of the gun was touching my father's skin or clothing. They each left carbon tattoos on his skin, and whoever fired those shots was standing directly behind my father holding the gun against him.

And the man who was in that position was Thane Eugene Cesar, who was the security guard who had my father's elbow and who directed them towards the table where Sirhan was. Sirhan was clearly a distractor. And everybody was looking at Sirhan while these shots were fired. My father must have known that Cesar was shooting him, because he turned and pulled off Cesar’s clip-on tie, and he turned slightly. He was always facing Sirhan as he fell—died and fell. He had Cesar's tie in his hand. He fell on Cesar. And when Cesar got up, he was seen by a dozen witnesses with his gun out. He later claimed that he had pulled the gun out to fire at Sirhan. But he's changed that story again and again and again, and he disposed of the gun and lied about it.

Lisa Pease did her book on my dad this year, which is a wonderful book. It culminates in some controversial allegation, but I think her research is really impeccable. She was able to find employment applications of Cesar in which he admits that he worked for the CIA. His ostensible job was in the Lockheed plant in Los Angeles. He had gotten a security job a couple of days earlier. He had been the one who directed my dad toward Sirhan.

As you know, the police collected all the photographs that were taken in that room that night—2,800 photographs—and destroyed them before the trial—before Sirhan’s trial. They switched bullets to make it appear that the bullet that killed my father was from Cesar's [correction: Sirhan's] gun. They used a fake bullet that was fired from a gun in their repository, and the LAPD police, who were specifically assigned to investigate his death, were all CIA people who had been pulled out of service in Latin America and brought up to serve on this—it was called Special Unit Senator—and they did a cover-up.

CORBETT: They certainly did. At the very least, there is no doubt that there was a cover-up involved. You raise Lisa Pease's new book, which I know about [but] I haven't read. So, I will read that and hopefully get her on to talk about the case in more detail, but I wanted to bring people up to date on that. Obviously, again, as we sit here, recording this conversation, Sirhan Sirhan is potentially going to be released on parole, so [he's] obviously in the news at the moment. Other than that, most importantly for today's conversation, how do people get a copy of this new book, The Real Anthony Fauci, and please don't say "Jeff Bezos' Amazon"!

RFK, Jr.: I will not do that. The best place you can get it, from our point of view, is from your local bookstore. You can do that by walking in, or you can go online. Most of them have online presences, but the reason that's important is because The New York Times does not pay attention to [it and] we need to get on The New York Times' list, which we should, because we sold a huge, unprecedented number in the first week. If The New York Times is honest, they will put us as a #1 best seller. But they do their list in a strange way, which is, they base it on sales, not on Amazon, but on independent books stores. So, if you can buy the book from an independent bookstore, it is going to help us a lot, and we actually have a list on our website—on CHD's, Children's Health Defense's website—the stores that are the best ones to purchase it from. And it's the Harvard Coop and that wonderful, bookstore in Portland, [Maine]. I forgot the name of it, but I've been there many times. They're the big sort of well-known independent bookstores around the country. That's the best place you can do it.

But if you want to know what you can do for the resistance right now, buy a copy the book. I make no money on the book. I donate all my profits to Children's Health Defense. But we need people to read the book. We need the media, which shuts us out on everything else, to have to acknowledge that this is the bestseller and that people are reading it—that there is an alternative story narrative out there that people are interested in, and force the mainstream media to confront that fact. And the best way to do that, if you have family members who don't agree with you—and, like me, if you have friends who don't agree with you—one of the things that you can do is send them this book for Christmas. Ha ha. And next time they disagree with you, just say, have you read that book? So, it's something everybody can do.

And I know we have a lot of overlapping friends. And you've been out there longer than anybody. And you've educated a lot—the world—James, and I have a really deep, deep debt of gratitude for you, for everything you've done—the deep, deep level of research, but more important than anything else, your reliability as a researcher. I really have tremendous respect for your precision and your discipline about making sure that what you write about is as close to truth as is then available. And I think all of us at our best are engaged in a search for essential truths. People right now have their minds clouded by fear, by propaganda. You're a beacon of clarity in a world that is filled with confusion and lies right now. So, thank you.

CORBETT: Well, I very much appreciate those words. I am just a flawed human being doing my best, but I do do my best to be accurate when I can be. So, I do very much appreciate that acknowledgement and I will, of course, direct people once again to Children's Health Defense, where, obviously, not just your work, but the work of teams of researchers and writers are doing diligent efforts that we often highlight on New World Next Week. So, I will direct people there and to the book itself. I think we'll leave today's conversation there, but hopefully we can have you back on in the future to continue talking about this, the most important event of our lifetime. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., thank you for joining us today.

RFK, Jr.: Thank you very much, James.

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  1. keithk says:

    Excellent work, regulatory capture is the great scam of creating a fake opposition which gets people to ‘put down their swords’- just as people think the corporate press has something to do with exposing politicians or holding the powerful accountable.

    Kayfabe: In professional wrestling, kayfabe, as a noun, is the portrayal of staged events within the industry as “real” or “true”, specifically the portrayal of competition, rivalries, and relationships between participants as being genuine and not staged.

    • openlens says:

      “reality tv”- doublespeak- newthink- and vice versa….

      Who became famous as a reality tv show actor? Donald Trump

      • siamdave says:

        all the people in the corporate press and higher levels of the democratic-deep state party still become semi-hysterical when Trump’s name comes up – this is not a script of some sort, this is ‘reality’ – Trump represents a ‘clear and present’ danger to these people, if the truth of what they have been up to the last 5 – 20- 50 years comes out, they are all going to jail, if they’re lucky, if the guillotines don’t come out first. The great, great success of instilling their ‘trump derangement syndrome’ among so many who should be supporting him is one of the few things between them and justice

        • openlens says:

          This is the initial discussion of this in this section, the core: from The Abnormals: Michel Foucault

          or, if you prefer, the “Ubu-esque/’20 is not just a term of abuse or an insulting epithet, and I would not like to use it in that sense. I think that there is a precise category, or, in any case, that we should define a precise category of historico-political analysis, that would be
          12 ABNORMAL
          the category of the grotesque or Ubu-esque. Ubu -esque terror, grotesque sovereignty, or, in starker terms, the maximization of effects of power on the basis of the disqualification of the one who produces them. I do not think this is an accident or mechanical failure in the
          history of power. It seems to me that it is one of the cogs that are an inherent part of the mechanisms of power. Political power, at least in some societies, and anyway in our society, can give itself, and has actually given itself, the possibility of conveying its effects and, even more, of finding their source, in a place that is manifestly, explicitly, and readily discredited as odious, despicable, or ridiculous. This grotesque mechanism of power, or this grotesque cog in the mechanism of power, has a long history in the structures and political functioning of our societies. There are striking examples of it in Roman history, especially in the history of the Roman Empire, where the almost theatrical disqualification of the origin of power in, and the coupling of every effect of power with, the person of the emperor was precisely a mode, if not of governing exactly, at least of domination: a disqualification that ensured that the person who possessed maiestas, that is to say, more power than any other power was, at the same time, in his person, his character, and his physical reality, in his costume, his gestures, his body, his sexuality and his way of life, a despicable, grotesque, and ridiculous individual. From Nero to Elagabalus, the mechanism of grotesque power, of vile sovereignty, was perennially brought into play in the functioning of the Roman Empire.21 The grotesque is one of the essential processes of arbitrary sovereignty.

    • microsurfer says:

      That bookstore he couldn’t think of the name for is Powell’s Bookstore in Portland, Oregon. Powells

  2. Steve Smith says:

    It was a special privilege to watch this episode. My thanks to both of these great men. These prophets and freedom fighters of our times.

    • clr says:

      Amen! But I’m just trying to figure out how to pronounce “Comernaty” It seems that it would be pronounced “co-MER-na-ty”. Since I’ve never seen any of their advertisements, I’m not sure. It looks like there’s some pun intended, by means of understating “mRNA” in their stupid-sounding product name!

      • marka says:

        You’re close. The brand name Comirnaty (note the spelling) is a combination of various bits from COVID, mRNA, community, and immunity.

        • openlens says:

          nice….i think covid is an acronym for covert operation virtual insertion device.

          • clr says:

            Amen to that! It appears that, unless you’re lucky enough to get a placebo, you could end up being totally mind-controlled, according to Max Igan reports.
            Look, obviously, genocidal maniacs are never going to tell you much of anything, so you have got to figure out for yourself what a genocidal maniac, such as Bill Gates (I sit around and wonder what bizarre substances he might be on) is going to come up with next!

  3. LastHumanist says:

    Peter Duesberg, my fellow countryman, said some true and important things about HIV & AIDS. The good Germans always call out the scams, you know?

    • beaconterraone says:

      You: “The good Germans always call out the scams, you know?”

      Me: Ernst Zündel, Germar Rudolf, Fredrick Töben, Sylvia Stolz, and Horst Mahler come to mind, persecuted for “incorrect” thinking.

  4. inanna says:

    Superb interview. One of the best dives down into Fauci and the network of cohorts surrounding this awful scamdemic …and the dark history of his involvement in other crises. I salute the courage, honesty and integrity of both James Corbett and Robert F Kennedy in all they are doing to expose what can only be described as an unmitigated evil being unleashed on this entire planet. Your dedication to uncovering the truth gives me hope.

  5. HomeRemedySupply says:


    • candlelight says:

      “Wow” is right. In fact, in James’ preamble, I had simply assumed James was just going to discuss Kennedy’s work, but when I saw that he actually had Kennedy on as an interviewee, “wow” was exactly my reaction.

      I just want to say that I absolutely revered JFK when I was a kid, and remember vividly when the shocking news came over the PA system sitting in class. And I remember the precise moment converging with a schoolmate as we were walking to school one morning – “Hey, did you hear what happened- Robert Kennedy was shot…”

      Many years have now passed, yet my deep admiration and respect for those fallen brothers is unshakeable. That Robert Kennedy Jr. unmistakably and courageously follows in his father’s and uncle’s footsteps, makes it all the more profound the acknowledgement and bestowal upon James such amazing accolades as literally befitting that of a knight!

      It’s hard to put into words, but I was moved. Personally, it was as incredible as it was beautiful to hear it said.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        candlelight says:
        “It’s hard to put into words, but I was moved.
        Personally, it was as incredible as it was beautiful to hear it said.”

      • lovetodust says:

        It takes great courage to talk about the Military and CIA being part of this whole thing. Considering, in my opinion, their part in the original coup d’tat on 11/22/63. And the cleaning up loose ends for the rest of the ’60s.

  6. westerncivic says:

    I was named after his father…

    Glad these two are connected, though I wonder if when RFK jr says democracy, if he means real democracy. #RiC

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    August 2021 Sub-Thread of News (with Sept. updates)
    surrounding the release of Sirhan Sirhan and RFK, Jr.

    • TruthSeeker says:

      That was a nice touch to save the Sirhan Sirhan question to the end of the interview, and RFK Jr. did not disappoint. What surprises me is that 6 of RFK Jr’s 9 siblings do not see through the propaganda.
      Sirhan Sirhan was a victim of Mind Control who was lead to be at that place with that gun and conditioned to pull the trigger. He was “the distraction” the CIA/Oligarchs/Zionists plotters needed so that their real Hit-man could fire four shots at zero distance and actually walk away.
      In a way, the people that have bought into the EUA Experimental Injections are like Sirhan Sirhan. Those who have caused others to get the Experimental Injections have essentially fired shots at them, however they are not guilty of killing anyone. Fauci and the rest of the Plotters who skew Science for greed,power and other worldly desires are the ones that have to be brought to Justice. These are the ones that caused masses of people to died by way of their deliberate deception. Those giving the Injections did not know what they were doing.

  8. Unmani says:

    As a long-time visitor, but relatively new subscriber, I hope that Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s eloquent description of James’ service to humanity resonates deeply with James and all of us who have benefited from his tireless efforts.

    I may compliment the vast depth of primary sources offered to the Corbett Report community and the deft analysis and delivery of information, but it filled my heart with tearful gratitude to hear many of my same thoughts about James and his work out of the mouth of RFK, Jr. Good for him to recognize James in that way.

    I’m grateful for the opportunity to *completely* second what RJK, Jr. said about James and his work.

    Motivated by James’ repeated exhortations to do so and his shining example of courage, I am doing what I can to join the efforts to help people wake up and prepare for the fight to save humanity.

    Thank you.

  9. taw says:

    I can barely find the words to express my sincere and profound gratitude for what you do. Robert’s book on Fauci and his work with the CHILDRENS HEALTH DEFENSE is so very important. Robert’s book is the most important book anyone can read during this time. I am 72 years old and never have I been more concerned and frantic about our future and the future of our children and grandchildren. I will be buying a number of copies at my local book store. For those who cannot afford this book, please go to your library or online to HOOPLA to read the entire book. I will add that HOOPLA is a fantastic FREE resource available through most USA library systems. HOOPLA is an app that makes thousands of books available as Ebooks and Audio Books. No cost. I am also suggesting the following two books. The first is “THE DEVIL’s CHESSBOARD, Allen Dulles, the CIA and the Rise of America’s Secret Government” by DAVID TALBOT. This book is a must read for anyone who wants to understand how corrupt government works. The second book suggestion is extremely helpful to understand how the “new world order” operates and what they are planning. The book “TECHNOCRACY The Hard Road to World Order” by Patrick M Wood.
    As you and Robert reiterated, there are no safe places to live and no safe places to hide. Everyday we must all affirm to do what ever acts of resistance we can. Nothing is too insignificant. Fear is the enemy. Be kind to everyone. Extend your hand and heart to all. I can confidently say I am willing to give my very life for this endeavor. For this fight. For what good is a life lived in fear of what “they” will do. They only have the power we give them.

  10. loggin says:

    Fabulous interview. Armageddon it is then.

    The word ‘apocalypse’ means ‘revelation’ and as the dark ones extend themselves to control us, more and more of their methods are revealed.

    • anniees says:

      Good point. Armageddon is what is happening here, and it will end with the apocalypse.

      • beaconterraone says:

        Most Christians/”Christians,” including A LOT of “Christian leaders,” are still in denial of this reality. They are attempting to dismiss every unprecedented event and agenda to hold on to this worldly way of “living.”

        Our rulers on this fallen world are literally telling us they are bringing about a “New Man,” and implicitly, by overthrowing God’s “normal” and replacing it with transhumanism and all the foul products of “The Singularity.”

        I was very disturbed by a recent editorial pushed by Gab that the “vaccine passports” are not, at least, a prototype of the Mark. It is perplexing at how people who should have “eyes to see and ears to hear” cannot understand the plain “writing on the wall.” The “strong delusion” God warned us about via St. Paul?

  11. ClintTorrez says:

    James, Thank you so much for doing this interview!!! The gravity of our situation cannot be overstated. Great interview! Thank you for taking the opportunity in asking the pertinent questions of such an amazing guest.

  12. loggin says:

    Way off topic but anyone who despairs might wish to read this BBC article from 2000. Bill Clinton had said America would intervene if something like this ever happened. It didn’t. Massive people power.

    Monday, 10 July, 2000

    “Loyalist protesters closed more than 125 major roads and many other minor roads across Northern Ireland.

    Bus and rail

    Northern Ireland’s bus and rail company, Translink, said virtually all its services were brought to a halt.

  13. Congrats James on making this interview happen!

    You graciously and wisely let Mr. Kennedy have the floor
    for the most part so he could expound on the key matters
    at hand in a free flowing manner.

    Lots of wisdom coming from that man.
    I will certainly be buying several few copies of his latest book.

    Great bonus at the end as he filled us in re: Sirhan Sirhan.

  14. One thing I forgot to mention…

    RFK Jr. from this interview:
    “Science is dynamic and there oughta be debate”

    And so is law!
    And boy did RFK Jr. ever crush Dershowitz in his debate with him last year over the vaccine! 🙂

  15. claudia.p says:

    I’m eager to read the book, especially after listening to Robert’s speech in Milan last week and to this incredible interview. I wonder if the book is or will be translated into Italian and if it will be distributed through Italian booksellers, any information is much appreciated. I will read the original version but I would really like it to be available to non-English speakers. Thank you!

    • lovetodust says:

      Children’s Health Defense has a robust chapter in Europe. Catherine Austin Fitts is there right now, and Reiner Fuellmich. I bet the book will be translated.

  16. cu.h.j says:

    Awesome interview! I’m going to buy the book, sounds like an interesting read.

    Faucci has revealed himself to be a psychopath.

  17. BbobKS says:

    I am a friend and supporter of this good man and many of his causes !

    Spent day at JFK Assassination conference that got off to a rough start and lacked quality with many presenters using poor quality zoom !
    A great buffet of fruit and a complete taco bar with corned beef was wasted because no one was told to eat it, but me !
    Gordan Ferrie was star of the live show , and after listening to him I wonder if he represents my interest !
    I questioned the premise that DR David Martin proposed that common denominator between 911 ,Covid , and JFK assassination were all facilitated by life and health insurance deep state for profit and power , being a CIA man who made millions as banker David didn’t take question well !
    Go Figure !

    • pereira says:

      Would you (or anybody else reading this request) please have a link to the event where you questioned David Martin’s premise? I would like to witness his reaction to what you brought up there.

      • lovetodust says:

        Yes, I’d like to see that reaction, also. I’ve seen him speak about that before. Interesting but I’m not completely sold. Having said that, his info on Fauci, NIH, NIAD and the patents going back to 1999 is awesome.

        I was unaware Martin was CIA and a banker and a millionaire.

      • TracyPete says:

        I agree, many questions about Martin’s motivation. Deep knowledge, and masterful presentations. Martin gave similar presentations last weekend at the Weston A. Price convention and finished with Red Pill Expo. Find links about half way through the analysis at this link.

        WAP made Martin’s presentation accessible, Red Pill did not. At last check it is only available through payment, and the copy someone made available in one of the new video hubs.

        Regarding this RFK Jr interview, excellent. Both men are excellent.

  18. wolfgang says:

    Great interview! Beyond the important topical content I specifically applaud this kind of reaching out to each other and acknowledging the imporant work of each other to fight the fascistic global powers (despite having differences of opinion on certain points clearly). First: expose and bring down the tyrants (and their narrative) together, then discuss openly the best way to head into the future.

  19. SuperMom Belle says:

    I’m so excited to watch & learn even more from two of the greatest HEROES of our moment in history!
    “Needle Plunge” Injection Rejection ~ From 1905 Jacobson v. MA to the obscurity of Dershowitz v. RFK Jr. in 2020 vision (with links to the amazing debate (won) by Robert F Kennedy Jr and tie-in references to James Corbett’s work here).
    This interview, on this day, will be a treasured gift, & I hope to preserve and propagate, & propel it, in whatever small way I am able, for the future of my little ones, & their peers, their future spouses, neighbors, for liberty in their ways of living in their future.
    I may never meet either of you irl, but to me, you are heroes who don’t just report, or cheer, or talk, but actively, peacefully fight and advocate for MY young ones’ futures too, and at great cost & risks, I imagine.
    Thank You, James & RFK Jr.
    I pray for your protection & salvation, and a vindication which doesn’t have to involved a devastatingly bittersweet “we tried to warn you,” undertone, but instead, one of response & triumph that says, “We had ears to hear,” & We, The Many are in it till The End.
    “And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”
    Blessed and blessings are you both. Thank You.
    ~NC Liberty Belle

  20. Martin says:

    I would like to publish a book that challenges the established view of the events leading to world war 1 and 2. I have written to many of the well-known publishing houses and to many literary agents but no response/interest. I would be most grateful for recommendations.
    PS. James, should this be posted elsewhere?

  21. minnie says:

    I tried to buy the book about 10 days ago, but the only place I could find it (I’m in the UK) was Amazon, and they had no copies available. Amazon now has copies available, but I’d rather buy it elsewhere. The only UK bookseller that appears to be aware of the book is Blackwells, which has no copies available, and an Irish seller on eBay.

    • SilentCricket says:

      Personally i prefer physical copies of books but here is a link to download the book The Real Anthony Fauci by RFK jr for free (click on “GET” for PDF version). An alternative to A!-ma-son

    • Hotfoot says:

      You put me to shame, Minnie; As soon as I saw the book was released and before I had watched the interview, I bought it on Amazon. It’s not actually on sale here yet (I’m in UK too) and the irony is that after I ordered it the tracker informs me it’s on it’s way from the US and won’t be with me until 3rd December, anyway!

      I wonder how book sales in the UK are totted up?

  22. langmusiq says:

    James, I’m only echoing what the other comments have said; you do outstanding work and are one of the few sources that brings objective clarity to the many complex and extremely important issues facing us. The interview with RFK was excellent! I will buy the book right away. Happy to do anything to support you and RFK. It’s a small price to pay for an immeasurable benefit.

    • Will says:

      RFK,Jr The Defender Podcast: especially recommend “Eric Clapton and RFK JR Stand and Deliver” and “CIA and Totalitarianism Speech to Ron Paul Institute”.

      All RFK’s interviews_even with Tucker Carlson_keep hammering away at the elite capture of “regulatory agencies” by Pharma and Chemical, or “How/Why Big Oil Captured The World.” RFK, Jr is not only intelligent, well-versed_(backed by 2000 citations in the latest book)_but unflinching.

      One must assume he has somehow made plans to protect himself and family, and/or peace with his Maker. Or simply has nothing to lose, sfter having grown up with the assassinations of his uncle and father. His chat with Eric Clapton reveals the personal depths he’s survived. A man on a mission.

      James: would love to see a deep-dive into WWll through the 1960’s as precursors to the Scamdemic and its geopolitic machinations.

      Thank you for hosting a fellow warrior of truth-telling.

  23. postal says:

    OMG!!! I am so happy you got the opportunity to give this man a voice to a substantial audience!!! I absolutely love the both of you. RFK JR has a very special place in my heart<3 Thanks so much for an awesome morning!!

  24. Nick says:

    A grade conspiracy porn. And I mean that in the most genuine and endearing way. Maybe my two favourite public figures in the world. A great watch and a great microcosm of what is needed in my humble opinion. Two people from vastly different political perspectives, coming together for a common cause of taking on a seemingly insurmountable behemoth.

  25. Jimi says:

    This is a whale of an interview that will certainly bridge your life’s work (not just the Covid stuff) to a new audience. If we really are fighting World War III now, then this feels like a meeting between two of its generals. Congratulations, James.

  26. tsa696 says:

    James and RFK Jr – two outstanding and courageous heroes in the resistance working tirelessly and very ably to reveal the truth

  27. Alchemist says:

    It’s hard to find the words. What a wonderful surprise it was to see these two anointed warriors together. Bastions of truth. Heroes of our day. God bless you both.

  28. Arby says:

    I only know that capitalists (with any size and clout) are not going to attack capitalists. Bioweapons labs weaponize viruses (which don’t exist) because if they admitted that they weaponize vaccines and other medical products then they would be attacking big pharma, which, you may have noticed, is BIG. Also, RFK Jr isn’t going to note that Rockefeller health ‘care’ needs to go. He instead suggests that Tony Fauci could have helped, rather than hurt, health care for the country and the wider world.

    The gangster corporatocracy, which the transnational capitalist, steers, with it’s police chief, the United States, very much acting like a partner, is never going to contribute to the elevation of mankind (which it’s invisible, powerful ruler hates). But the real executive, in global human affairs, as faker Peter Phillips explains (and this is not unusual; controlled opposition can be amazingly informative), is the unelected transnational capitalist class.

  29. Arby says:

    I watched about half the show and then found that I couldn’t stomach the promotion of germ theory and Rockefeller medical dogma spewing from RFK Jr’s mouth. I just have no time for it. James can knock himself out.

    • Jimi says:

      Would be nice if James had Andy Kaufman and/or Tom Cowan on as guests to make their case for terrain vs germ theories of disease. The question is whether or not Corbett would be comfortable with the metaphysics of their worldviews. From what I see, JC has a distaste for all things “woo woo.” Maybe Jon Rappoport (who cracked the AIDS racket way back in the 1980s) would be a better fit for his style.

      RFK Jr does, to his credit, acknowledge in this interview that AIDS was mostly AZT poisoning and that historical plagues were more bacterial than pathogenic. And he is correct that people are getting very sick from something “new” over the past two years.

      • cu.h.j says:

        AZT is highly toxic and probably did result in many deaths, or rather shortened peoples life span. But there were cases of AIDS, in people who previously tested positive for HIV who were quite sick before AZT or other anti-retrovirals.

        There are cases of young kids born who test positive for HIV and develop AIDS. The only contact was sharing the blood supply from their HIV positive mother. Many of these cases became ill before any contact with AIDS drugs. What explains this?

        • nosoapradio says:

          Bacterial infections or parasites could make people sick, be transmitted by blood or other bodily fluids, surfaces etc, so they get tested for “viral infections”, predictably come up (false) positive and then the remedy for the “virus” kills them whereas had they been treated for bacterial or parasitic infections they would’ve survived?? maybe?

          People are saying that the Spanish flu was in fact bacterial pneumonia. I think I need to look again at what happened to the poor children in the Philippines who were offered up to the Sanofi Aventis Denguevaxia vaccine. Wikipedia reports hundreds of deaths from that vaccine as I recall… Dengue’s supposedly “a virus” but… could be some other sort of toxin… transmitted by mosquitoes… and vaccines…

          • cu.h.j says:

            The problem with this hypothesis is that antibiotics would have treated these infections effectively curing many people. However, if there are any studies you can find supporting this hypothesis, I would love to read them.

            Most of my beliefs about disease transmission is based on experience and clinical observation. I remember the 1980s AIDS scare and there were indeed people who got very sick and died after AZT and would probably have lived much longer without taking anything at all. But many people were sick before they ever took the drug at all, which is why they took an HIV test in the first place.

            From what I can tell, many of the terrain only theorists hypothesize that drugs and toxins alone cause AIDS, but this is not accurate. There are many people who’s only link to the disease was through sexual contact or contaminated blood. In the book Virus Mania, the author says “HIV does not cause AIDS, HIV is not sexually transmitted” This may be true for some people who are naturally immune, but not always the case.

            It would be a good idea for promoters of this hypothesis to examine the cases of people who were healthy before contact with HIV positive blood or body fluids. There have been people who have used massive amounts of drugs and alcohol who never develop AIDS or persisting organ damage.

            What my interpretation of Virus Mania is that causes of diseases are multifactorial, toxins and toxic pharma drugs can make diseases worse, but the idea that bacteria are the only pathogen is weakly supported in my opinion. Or rather the book promotes the idea that a person only gets ill when their terrain is weakened by toxins.

            As a person who exposed themself to massive amounts of toxic drugs, I came away unscathed whereas friends of mine who had risky sexual contact did not.

            Germ theory is financially promoted and propped up because it enriches pharma, and promotes elitist agendas, but this does not mean that there are not infectious non-bacterial pathogens that can be transmitted in vulnerable populations.

            • cu.h.j says:

              continuing…The book Virus Mania also hypothesizes that the SARS epidemic would have been exponential affecting more people if it was a virus. However, people have immune systems and genetic variation that may protect them from contracting diseases. Genetic variation may also protect people from toxic exposure, after all not every alcoholic gets liver disease. Some do not.

              False positive for HIV can and do happen, but confirmation testing is done by Western Blot. As an anecdote, my friend had a false positive, but the western blot was negative.

              • Jed says:

                I think the answer lies in some other transmittable pathogen, beyond our current understanding, that effects our immune systems. At least most of us don’t know, a shit-ton of government $ has been headed toward that area of research for over 70 years. We think we’re so smart, medicine is still just poison, knives sizers and bandages, just like the barber shops it evolved out of. Creepy barbers taking over the world.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Jed, I tend to agree with you “I think the answer lies in some other transmittable pathogen, beyond our current understanding, that effects our immune systems”

                I think that the HIV antibody test does pick up a pathogenic process, or at least a lot of people who have these antibodies confirmed by Western Blot do end up with immune disfunction over time. Certainly there are exceptions, but I have not personally known anyone who didn’t eventually get immune issues after confirmation of a positive test who eventually went on meds. And I bet there is a cure, but it’s not shared with the public, too much money being made on pharma anti-retrovirals.

                Like you, I do think there is a contagious pathogen involved. There are just too many people who got sick after contact with body fluids (blood, semen, vaginal secretions) that was their only identifiable link. There are lots and lots of women who got sick after sexual contact who were healthy before, non drug users, no pre existing conditions, etc.

                I really like the book Virus Mania and would recommend it, but I disagree with the conclusion that AIDS can not be acquired by sexual contact or exposure to blood products. Someone can easily research lots and lots and lots of experiential reports (and probably lab studies too, will try to find them) of healthy people getting sick after contact with someone who also is HIV+. The book provides the example of Magic Johnsons wife not contracting HIV, but that’s one case and he’s one of the lucky ones who is naturally resistant to AIDS. I don’t think he takes any meds at all. There are plenty of other cases of women who weren’t so lucky.

              • Jed says:

                A contagious something — my x wife is a nursery school teacher and those little ones spread coughs, colds, flu, she brought home more pestilence than I did working on an ambulance — there has got to be something that spreads it.
                For now though, all differences aside, these vaccine mandates have to end.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Jed, I completely agree. Including the observation you have regarding children. I do enjoy working with some little kids (the ones that don’t scream in my ear and kick and bite me), but they can be little germ factories. After working in the ER for many years now I rarely catch anything, even from kids. My immune system is like a well tuned machine and I am not going to screw it. It’s one of my most healthy systems.

            • MotherWit says:

              I can no longer find the video online, but I have seen the US first AIDS Czar stating, as he resigned, that “AIDS is not a health issue, but a political and social one.”

              Wasn’t there a Hepatitis B vaccine, given to gay men in New York, LA, and San Francisco in the 1970’s exactly where AIDS soon followed?

              • cu.h.j says:

                Interesting comment he made. In retrospect I think it was a definitely a political and social operation. It’s good to keep the money trail in mind. I just don’t think environmental toxins, pharmaceuticals and recreational drugs explain AIDS completely, or why many people with HIV antibodies develop AIDS.
                But I don’t think money was put into researching alternative hypotheses, because that does not generate profits and does not further agendas. So, AIDS as a contagion was incentivized and research opposing this idea was shut down. So we may never have a complete answer because the powers that be don’t want us to know.

              • Jed says:

                Yes, and the web has been wiped clean of it. Piles of links claiming to have “Debunked” the hep-b aids “conspiracy theory,” a glance at the dates of the administrations and onset’s of the outbreaks — so obvious.
                My own experience with these patients on my truck was a lot of poor sick people with multi system pathologies, thrush, those skin sarcomas, very sick, very sad.

          • cu.h.j says:


            My apologies, I misread your comment. Please forgive me. When patients present with infection, bacterial infections are often ruled out by drawing blood cultures and measuring white blood cell counts. I believe bacterial infections would have been easily identified and treated with antibiotics. This has been the standard of care for decades.

            Sometimes patients are even treated with antibiotics prophylactically just in case. Which is probably a bad thing to do because this creates antibiotic resistant superbugs.

            • nosoapradio says:

              Gracious cu.h.j! No need to apologize! Thank you for your clarification. My mind is molten confusion with regards to this topic and as I was sipping suave Saturday evening comfort some of the confusion came bubbling up, oozing out my fingertips, infecting these boards…
              various areas of medecine… infectious and non-infectious diseases… psycho-somatic, electro-magnetic… and the afflictions that allopathy can’t seem to treat satisfactorily, content with soothing symptoms… those that seem most directly related to immune system disorders: allergies, asthma and autoimmune ailments etc. the achilles heel of established allopathy that is being weaponized as humanity is forcibly transhumanized into lab rodents… It’s sorta funny that Luc Montagnier, the nobel prize winner for “discovering HIV” also managed a research institute in Shanghai and became a polemic martyr of the adepts of homeopathy…

              At any rate, I’m like you; I mean, I have a penfriend who is totally terrain theory, viruses have never been purified and isolated and all that… which wouldn’t surprise me… even seems probable but… it’s just that, in the absence of understanding the exact nature of spiky protein possibly pathogenic parasitic or self-produced poisons I sense somehow that

              we’re trapped in an engineered semantic spiral…

              SOMETHING or SOME THINGS are being weaponized, whatever we call it or them… Though statistical chicanery and classic perception management might’ve been quite enough to drive the crowds, scuttling like Disney lemmings to being experimentally injected en masse, I tend to think there was a deliberate lab leak AND poison injections… might be more than just a single “pathogen”, could be a process, over time…just as we know that in Covid Clown World (as TLAV puts it) the false positives of the PCR test are crucial for the pandemic hocus pocus… so perhaps a process of being sick, getting diagnosed, treated, and something I’m forgetting is depopulating but…I completely lost my sense of taste and smell almost exactly one year ago for about a month following my last trip by plane on Halloween 2020…

              like you, I’m reluctant to discard all of “germ theory” though no one will deny that terrain is also key…

              Watched my favourite movie again last night: Gilliam’s 12 Monkeys and of course certain lines jumped out and startled me… again?

              “Guess, I’ll go get vaccinated” and “So this isn’t about the virus anymore, it’s about obedience and doing what you’re told!” the tracking and tracing through your teeth, they see and hear everything… it wasn’t the 12 monkeys! “MERRY CHRISTMAS!”

              • nosoapradio says:

                Come to think of it… I’m pretty sure sugar plays a role in all of this…

                and the solar minimum…

            • Mungjam says:

              Dr. Judy Mikovits “Plague of Corruption”:

              “Let’s make sure we understand our terms. The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is linked to the condition known as acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). There was a brief time when the disease was known as gay-related immune disease (GRID), and many activists claim the name change to AIDS prompted a more balanced examination of the disease. Perhaps this is true. But what of the genesis of the retrovirus HIV? Where did it come from? We have a clear answer. It came from a primate. The field agrees the precursor to HIV was the simian immunodeficiency virus or SIV. To be more precise, the human virus came from a monkey or chimpanzee virus. ………They proposed that the jump from chimpanzees to humans came as a result of vaccine trials in the Belgian Congo from 1957 to 1960 in which more than five hundred common chimpanzees and bonobos (pygmy chimpanzees)chimpanzees) were killed so that their kidney cells and sera could be used to grow the oral polio vaccine. This vaccine was subsequently administered to more than a million Africans during that time period.”

      • “RFK Jr does, to his credit, acknowledge in this interview that AIDS was mostly AZT poisoning and that historical plagues were more bacterial than pathogenic.”

        Last time I checked, bacteria are pathogens.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Some bacteria are pathogenic, but some are “good bacteria” like gut flora. The good bacteria help us get nutrients from food and also prevent bad bacteria from taking over. Excessive antibiotic use can destroy good bacteria in the gut leading to bacterial infections like C-diff (Clostridium dificil).

          Bacteria are everywhere, in fact our mitochondria might have evolved from bacteria. They can be friends and foes.

        • Jimi says:

          I meant to say contagion. Apologies.

        • openlens says:

          And your body, in and upon it, contains approximately 70 trillion bacteria.

          Don’t you get it yet? YOU are the pathogen, in their agenda.

          • “Don’t you get it yet? YOU are the pathogen, in their agenda.”

            Oh of course I get that part, I have for a long time now.

            But I was replying to something different.
            It was this statement:

            “RFK Jr does, to his credit, acknowledge in this interview that AIDS was mostly AZT poisoning and that historical plagues were more bacterial than pathogenic.”

            Had Jimi typed “and that historical plagues were more bacterial than viral”
            I wouldn’t have made a peep. 🙂

      • cu.h.j says:

        That would be interesting as well. Interestingly enough, when I was at UC Berkeley, I think the scientist mentioned was still teaching there. He did not think HIV caused AIDS. I never took any of his classes. Not sure it’s the same scientist, but RFK mentioned that he taught at Berkeley in the 90s which is when I was there.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I have been reading the book Virus Mania and it’s really interesting. I’m not finished with it yet.

      I understand why people are so distrustful of Allopathic medicine and also how virology is funded by large wealthy interests. It’s similar to how Climate Change research is funded and propagandized.

      RFK mentioned the scientists who spoke out against the AIDS cartel and I thought that was cool.

      He said an open dialogue is a good idea in science and I think that is true.

      Let me say that there are some issues with some of the things I heard in the book Virus Mania that I will follow up on, namely that HIV is not sexually transmitted. I believe this is false. Also that, Amyl Nitrate or “Poppers” alone can account for AIDS.

      There have been plenty of AIDS cases in people who got it through sex and also health care providers who got needle sticks and got AIDS.

      Also, the idea that people got sick and died from AIDS anti-retrovirals alone. This isn’t true. A lot of people were sick before AZT was highly toxic and made things worse and did kill a lot of people, but many of these people were already sick.

      And what about all the people who were using Poppers and other drugs but never got AIDS? The common thread in many AIDS cases were contact with blood, or body fluids through high risk sexual activity, sharing IV needles.

      At any rate, Virus Mania is an excellent read and I’m not done with it but the argument that you can’t get AIDS from contact with contaminated blood was not proven and also that AIDS wasn’t sexually transmitted, or that’s not a part of it. I just am not convinced that HIV has nothing to do with AIDS and that it’s only a disease that you get from environmental toxins like drugs and malnutrition.

      I have an anecdote when I was in my 20s, I did a lot of experimentation with drugs, bad influences, traumatic past and bad choices. I never did opiates or poppers, but plenty of other drugs and in large amounts. I never did IV drugs but I have personally known IV drug users who after AIDS were careful to not share needles. I do recall getting sick more frequently and did get a very nasty flu and it was very bad, but I never developed AIDS from malnutrition and drug use. I didn’t use hard drugs for more than a few years though. But during that time I had contact with many people who did use them longer and never got AIDS.

      • cu.h.j says:

        I have two friends who dabbled in the same terrible drugs I did, heavy use, who did get HIV that made them sick. They were both gay and engaged in unprotected sex. They tested positive for HIV. I have never tested positive for HIV. They were sick before they started medicines. In fact, my close friend waited 15 years before taking meds. He only took them when he started to get sick.

        How would terrain only explain these findings? I would not advise anyone to have un protected sex without an HIV test and a test for other STDs because I do think you can get disease from sexual contact. Not everyone will get them, but some people will. Also, I would not advise coming into contact with blood products, i.e. getting stuck with bloody needles.

        In short, I remain unconvinced that there is not something contagious. I do still think that is a component of some diseases.

        Having said that, I’m not finished reading the book.

        • Mishelle says:

          My first reaction would be that ‘terrain only’ means these were bacterial transmissions. This is why it was able to spread through intimate sexual contact so readily and why it was spread through needles and anal intercourse.

          • cu.h.j says:

            Antibiotics should have cured it, theoretically anyway. Many people with HIV presented with immune dysfunction and started getting secondary infections or opportunistic infections associated with deficient immunity. Antibiotics should have cured both the opportunistic infection and the primary infection IF this was bacterial only. The opportunistic infections were often bacterial and were treated with antibiotics. The secondary infection might clear up temporarily but come back.

      • Alchemist says:

        A few months back, Duck posted an interesting documentary about polio vaccine development in Africa and AIDS. I’ll try to find it later when I have more time; unless someone else beats me to it.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Interesting, I’ll try to find it.

          • Jed says:

            The whole thing followed the Hep-b vaccine trials, they were running it on the gay community. AIDS followed the jabs like clockwork in every city they did the trials. That conspiracy is guarded like Fort Knox but as clear as a bell.
            This deliberate attack on the human immune system started in the 50s, resulting in Lymes disease, now they’ve got it down to designer diseases like the one I have, Alpha-gal, I can’t eat anything from any animal that has hooves, no beef, no milk, I can’t even eat gel-tabs. The allergic reaction follows after 8 to 10 hours. can be severe. Coming soon to your town, soon as the tics who administer it can crawl there. Viruses? Germs? Bacteria? Maybe spores and spirochaetes? I don’t know or give a fuck, I do know that they’re created by tyrannical murdering psychopaths and it is now time for us to work together, to mount them on pikes and feed the crows and ravens.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Interesting, I’ll have to look into this more. I got the Hep B vaccine for nursing school and still have antibody titers for it. I don’t remember getting sick from this particular one. I think the government certainly would inject people with pathogens. Glad I missed that injection.

              I know that there were a few health care providers who got needle sticks during the 80s/90s when safety needles weren’t a thing that ended up with AIDS. I’m not sure how many, but I’m going to look into it. I’ve had two needle sticks myself, but my patients didn’t have anything transmissible luckily for me.

          • Alchemist says:

            Found it.

            The Origin of AIDS

            • HomeRemedySupply says:

              Thanks for posting and highlighting this video.

              I watched it years ago, but in this unit of time and with knowledge gained, it provides much more insight.

              Stanley Plotkin is seen starting at the 42 minute mark.
              I never would have caught that years ago.

      • nosoapradio says:

        There was also the HIV contaminated blood scandal:

        uh sorry if you already ran this subject into the ground, I haven’t really been paying attention and I’m sorta just ruminating out loud here over a glass of vino tinto…

        Bayer specializes in chemicals…

      • seasons says:

        Immune system disorders and T-cell depletion matching the exact characteristics of AIDS was observed in human beings prior to the existence of HIV or AZT drugs. The only difference in the 1980s was that there was more way more cases. After the discovery of HIV, all the previously existing immune diseases were now all labelled as AIDS.

    • Steve Smith says:

      “ I watched about half the show and then found that I couldn’t stomach the promotion of germ theory and Rockefeller medical dogma spewing from RFK Jr’s mouth. I just have no time for it. James can knock himself out”

      You are choosing to ignore an opportunity to experience something special. When I was a kid they called that, “cutting off your nose to spite your face “. You’re the only one who loses in that deal.

      In my mind, those two men are valiant and noble warriors in what is likely a final war for a future for humanity anything like we have known it to be. They are extremely intelligent, have strong established principles that they have devoted their lives to upholding and sharing, are in uniquely strong positions to influence the course of events and are unimpeachably honest.
      I frankly don’t care if they believe in little green men, ghosts, the flat earth or even honest politicians. When they choose to speak. I will choose to listen.
      But you knock yourself out. Your loss.

      • “In my mind, those two men are valiant and noble warriors in what is likely a final war for a future for humanity anything like we have known it to be. They are extremely intelligent, have strong established principles that they have devoted their lives to upholding and sharing, are in uniquely strong positions to influence the course of events and are unimpeachably honest.
        I frankly don’t care if they believe in little green men, ghosts, the flat earth or even honest politicians. When they choose to speak. I will choose to listen.
        But you knock yourself out. Your loss.”

        Well-stated Steve!

      • openlens says:

        Yes. One must always listen attentively to “valiant and noble warriors”, regardless of what they say.
        It’s just that some of us were raised with the standard “..The WHOLE TRUTH”. And “valiant and noble warriors” are not in any way “the WHOLE TRUTH’, nor much of any truth at all.
        But the show must go on.

  30. HomeRemedySupply says:

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    Having once been in the book business, it has been my experience that most book publishers are very “approachable”.
    If you are interested in a bulk order with the intent to resale, this would be a good place to start.

    • openlens says:

      thank you for this advice. Looking at Abe Books list of best books for 2021, I wanted to puke.
      So, I was wondering, which “independent” booksellers do not order themselves from Amazon? Or any of its many subsidiaries?

      So, this is a good tip.

  31. pearl says:

    Enlightening and validating. A very good interview.

  32. reowen says:

    The global scale of this battle could make it the final battle if we don’t win. RFK, Jr. is not exaggerating.

  33. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I had to look up the following word which is used repeatedly in the interview…
    (Queue 3:45 minute mark for first mention.)

    avuncularAvuncular derives from the Latin noun avunculus, which translates as “maternal uncle”.

    “avuncular” can refer to uncles from either side of the family or even to individuals who are simply uncle-like in character or behavior;
    acting like an uncle, as in being kind, patient, generous, etc., especially to younger people.

    the avuncular, slightly condescending boss of a toy company.

  34. J.P. Wheeler says:

    Wow, it’s about time JC got RFK Jr. on here! The guy is a vast compendium of knowledge on vaccines/vaccine injury! And a true freedom fighter for real people in the crazy world we live in today! I would love to see a debate between RFK Jr. and Fauci!

    Also good on you for asking about his fathers assassination at the end, it was nice to get Junior’s perspective on it. Goes to show you all the major assassinations of the 60’s and 70’s involved patsies and the CIA.

    Thank you for this James, good stuff as always brother!

    • lovetodust says:

      Something Robert Jr frequently repeats when speaking about this current coup

      “My father always told me – people in authority lie.”

  35. nosoapradio says:

    program permeated with heavy hovering symbols of colossal good and festering evil

    the formidable charismatic weight of the historic Kennedy legend and legacy denouncing

    the unspeakable horrors conjured by the sickening syllables Fauci, Fau ci.

    Fauuu ci

    like Faust and foul and False, and a four-letter “F” word, tony Foul-cheap, foster children poisoned, tortured and tossed into ditches like so much discarded toxic waste, used plastic gloves and tainted vials, sullied syringes… the small cold stiffly smiling figure, Fau ci, lying smugly straight through the screen into your eyes

    catturato nelle fauci captured in the jaws of regulatory capture, the covid coup d’état, catastrophic climate colonialism and

    some no-see-um nauseam

    but who gives a dengue, who’ll come to your ADE,

    since genes don’t cause epidemics… yet.

    • anniees says:

      That last word sent chills running down my spine. GMO humans…

    • LastHumanist says:

      Faust is a good comparison. The deadly concoctions killed people. They are the real plague:

      “Hier war die Arzeney, die Patienten starben,
      Und niemand fragte: wer genas?
      So haben wir, mit höllischen Latwergen,
      In diesen Thälern, diesen Bergen,
      Weit schlimmer als die Pest getobt.”

      Polio is DDT poisoning.
      BSE is the consequence of rubbing cattle with the insecticide Phosmed.
      The “Spanish flu” was not contagious.
      Measles, pox, everything declined long before mass “vaccinations”.

      And if we see “small pox” this “dark winter” it might just be the consequence of messing up the immune system of the jabbed.

      I have concrete evidence to back all of this up!

      Allopathic Rockefeller medicine is built on falsified paradigms. It is a cult.
      It refuses to be scientific, as dogma rules.

      Disease is a complicated process. The more we learn, the less we really know.
      Which is why we must gather data and constantly refine our understanding of the underlying phenomena. This is the scientific method. If there is a sacred thing in this world, it is this alone. Scientific orthodoxy is where the real knowledge begins. The things we cannot explain are a challenge. An invitation to grow and triumph over ignorance. Once we reach the bedrock, it’s time to dig deeper. I have spent most of my adult life doing this and I will never yield to these cultists who scream “trust science” while being the true heretics of all it really stands for. Academia has become intellectually dwarfed again. How disgusting!

      • nosoapradio says:

        Dunno about intellectually dwarfed but academia’s certainly been silenced and usurped.

        Yes, an interesting point you seem to make: that here, the pandemic plague is merely the symptom of a much more ubiquitous, entrenched, foundational, timeless disease… that comes through in Fauu ci’s gaze.

        Isn’t it fascinating that through the maw of this mendacious, murderous creature devoid of humanity so much pain and suffering has been wrought,

        his wreaking rhetoric fueling a vast invisible corrupt war machine that has its tentacles reaching into our very being, our brains, our minds and neural networks…

        vomiting his poisonous propaganda, his mouth pronouncing so many falsehoods spewed, so many livelihoods destroyed, crushed by the machine activated by the fetid essence of his phonemes and fallacious connotations…

        He is the spiked protein that is clogging our human connections and catalyzing our collective disease of societal self-destruction

        I must admit I was flabbergasted to learn that his name actually means “Maw”, “Mouth” and “Jaws”.

        The Word in his Maw = Armageddon

        an invitation to grow and triumpho over ignorance… self-ignorance…

        • LastHumanist says:

          Fauci is just one of many such people.
          He is not the agenda setter but a tool for the set agenda.

          Mengele went to Auschwitz for the career, too.
          A career provided by an industry of death.

          Academia that cannot say what science even is anymore and links to some Wikipedia article instead to justify its compliance with the government has been reduced to something intellectually smaller than dwarfed.

          • nosoapradio says:

            Fauci is just one of many such people.
            He is not the agenda setter but a tool for the set agenda.

            Yes. That’s precisely my point. It’s a machine. He is the face, the spokesperson, the Mouth, the televised Maw, the propaganda Jaws that chew and spit out the lies of the death machine architects for compliant followers. We are all a part of that machine in one way or another, as architects and/or executives, proponents, opponents, victims and prosecutors or both and maybe all but not none of the above.

            Mengele went to Auschwitz for the career, too.
            A career provided by an industry of death.

            And just as Mengele made himself at Auschwitz, the Zionists made transfer agreements, making off with a much coveted country for which Zionist Edmond de Rothschild had already prepared the way wielding his colossal fortune as proudly explained by his friend Elizabeth Antébi in her book “The Man who Redeemed the Holy Land”.


            Academia that cannot say what science even is anymore and links to some Wikipedia article instead to justify its compliance with the government has been reduced to something intellectually smaller than dwarfed.

            Compliant academia is the only sort you’re allowed to see in the media. All others are well hidden, penalized, censored, persecuted etc etc etc. not the puniest minds

  36. lovetodust says:

    WOW. James Corbett and Robert Kennedy, Jr. I have learned more from these two guys – among a few of their friends – than anyone else in my long life.

    Great interview. I was going to link it on Offguardian but something tells me it will be a featured article, which will be great.

    I am off to my independent bookstore to hopefully purchase a copy. I so wish I was wealthy because I would by copies and just leave them everywhere.

    Even with having listened to Kennedy and Corbett ( and Fitts and Vagabond and Whitney and Kit et al) over the past 19 months I guess there is more to learn.

    Thanks James. And I LOVE that you let your guests speak without interrupting.

  37. G. Jingping says:

    Excellent and disturbing at the same time, kudos to James and RFK jr. The Corbett Report has forced me to open my eyes about what is and has gone on in the world. At first I was dismissive, but JC just does too good of a job exposing the lies that I have been fed (and believed) all my life. He uses open source material that you can reference yourself. His cheerfullnes, despite the seriousness of the subjects, helps the viewer deal with all this mendacity.

  38. mkey says:

    The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Audiobook – 2 parts

  39. lovetodust says:

    OK, how’s this for ironic – I just went to the independent bookstore in the next town to purchase Kennedy’s book.

    My town does not have the mask mandate anymore, but this bookstore does.

    I noticed the mask sign as I was walking in, and then the cashier held out a box of masks for me.

    I said “I have a medical exemption”. Didn’t matter – “We have lots of young children who are unvaccinated in the store”

    So I asked if they carried the Kennedy book. She called her manager to come talk to the lady who wouldn’t wear a mask.

    I said “I’ll stand right outside until the manager comes to tell me if you have the book that explains this farce”

    Manager showed up. They have had to order a second printing.

    It truly is dystopia.

    • mkey says:

      Maybe purchase three copies, one for the manager and another for the cashier. Or you can invest the cash more wisely, like blow it on crack cocaine.

    • LastHumanist says:

      Looks like they were never actually reading any of the good books over there.
      A most fitting example of the times.

      I know people who went along with this Orwellian nonsense who have 1984 sitting in their bookshelves without ever having read the thing.

      They were mindless drones long before Klaus came along. The well-conditioned follower of orders will buy the book but never actually read it and simply repeat the phrases: “Freedom, democracy, human rights” when prompted by the authorities. Likewise, these phrases will be forgotten whenever the state commands it. Drool on, Pavlovian bitches! There’ll be no NWO without you, after all.

    • pearl says:

      [gasp!] But think of the children! Yeah right.

    • beaconterraone says:

      If you buy the book from amazon, you support the Problem.

      Unfortunately, if you buy the book from a “local, ‘independent’ bookstore,” you support the Problem.

      So, buy the book from the cheapest source…which is probably amazon.

      I called our local bookstore for giggles a couple days ago. The woman had no clue about the book, unless she was lying; took her several minutes to find it. She said they did not carry it, and it was backordered for weeks from their distributor. I’ll give them a bit of credit, I actually expected to hear the book was “anti-vaxxer disinformation” from a “superspreader.”

      I’ve yet to discover a “local, ‘independent’ bookstore” anywhere that is not at least hard left, if not extreme left, supporting each and every outrageous and/or idiotic leftist scheme, “racism,” “sexism,” “homophobia,” “transphobia,” “anthropogenic climate change,” and now, of course, COVID-19(84). Their “support for free speech” has always centered on perversion and evil, not free thought and opinion on real issues.

      • nosoapradio says:

        Not sure demonizing other people you don’t know is the solution.

        If you buy through a local bookshop owner you’re helping someone, a person, who has been severely penalized by the engineered pandemic just as you’ve been.

        And it also opens a tiny opportunity for communication on this polemic subject.

        • beaconterraone says:

          I welcome you to point me to a “local bookshop owner” who is NOT enthusiastically on-board with COVID-19(84), including the masks, the “testing,” and, of course, the “vaccines.” Self-inflicted wounds should not invite too much sympathy.

          If one is really disinclined to giving amazon a single cent, one could always obtain the PDF or epub from somewhere like z-library, and send $20 directly to Children’s Health Defense.

      • openlens says:

        might go to show you what folks are reading these days?
        paper versions of netflix? I didn’t know that racism…a true idiocy, as there are no human “races”…and sexism are “leftist schemes”.
        How times have changed!!!

        One thing will never change, tho. It’ll all be some woman’s fault, in the end, as it was in the beginning. Mayber Gretchen Witchmer, or Jen Rag Doll Psaki, or Hillary “the face of evil” Clinton, whose partner in crime , of course….
        Ditto for homophobia, I didn’t realize that didn’t exist until the current woke leftists invented it.
        I guess all those folks writing about it for hundreds of years were doing some awesome predicting!!!

        Wonder how many say the same about your orientations and beliefs and acculturations? Do they tell you saying the vax isn’t a vax and that it kills a “rightest sheme”?
        I mean , there’s just two, right? Just two. That’s as big a number as we can handle.

        • beaconterraone says:

          You said: “I didn’t know that racism…a true idiocy, as there are no human ‘races’…and sexism are ‘leftist schemes’.”

          Yes, “racism” and “sexism” are inventions of the left, Marxists in particular.

          People have always found a reason to shun, dislike, or even hate someone else, and they always will in this current epoch. Look at the caste system of India; most Indians are a shade of brown, but they created a system of discrimination nonetheless.

          Of course “races” exist, and we see this in medical contexts often. Jewish Marxist “anthropologists” came up with the nonsense that “races don’t exist,” for the usual socio-political manipulation reasons. The fact races exist does not mean one should hate anyone; it’s just reality, and how one handles that is based on one’s morality.

          Likewise with “sexism.” It’s a weaponized meme intended to corrode society, not “liberate” anyone.

          You said: “Ditto for homophobia, I didn’t realize that didn’t exist until the current woke leftists invented it.”

          “Homophobia” is an absurdity and deceit in one. Disgust about behaviors is not “fear” thereof. I don’t know of a single person who “fears” homosexuals as homosexuals. They may fear their grooming tactics and techniques, but that’s another issue altogether. If homosexuals weren’t a major vector for a variety of nasty diseases, I couldn’t care less “what they do in the privacy of their bedrooms.” Trouble is, it DOES NOT stay in their bedrooms.

          You said: “I guess all those folks writing about it for hundreds of years were doing some awesome predicting!!!”

          Gee, interesting. “Hundreds of years”? Hmmm…a Jewish psychologist concocted the term “homophobia” in 1964.

          You said: “Wonder how many say the same about your orientations and beliefs and acculturations?”

          I couldn’t care less. LOL

          You said: “Do they tell you saying the vax isn’t a vax and that it kills a ‘rightest sheme’?”

          I’m usually the one telling people the sham “vaccines” aren’t actually vaccines, and that the Lying Menace who crafted Operation Ludicrous Speed is a deceiver. LOL

          In a certain sense, the “vaccines” are a “right-wing” scheme, since mainstream “rightism” is hardcore capitalist, and Pfizer is definitely demonstrating most of the failings of unbridled capitalism right now.

  40. anniees says:

    To be honest, I am surprised by the number of people who are shocked by Dr. Fauci’s experiments on dogs. This sort of animal torture is nothing new. As a matter of fact, grocery store meat sometimes comes from animals who have suffered about as much physical and/or emotional pain as those dogs. But, because vegans are the ones talking about it, it’s brushed off as just a bunch of emotional hoowey or a cult’s crazy ramblings. Maybe it’s time the average schmoe listened to what vegans say.

    • mkey says:

      Or, alternatively, watch the documentary Earthlings. I won’t link it as it’s very disturbing, but it is easy to find on youtube. I watched it once some 15+ years ago and can remember it vividly.

      • anniees says:

        And many others. Searching for vegan documentaries brings up a long list.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I would love to find a way to forgo meat and still get nutrition from my food. I have tried being vegan and got sick after two years. I went back to eating poultry and fish.

          The elitists don’t want us to eat meat. But just because they don’t want us to eat meat, does not mean that people might not be able to find alternatives. I don’t think animals need to be tortured to get meat, like animals hunted in the wild. Other animals eat meat after all.

          I do feel guilty for eating meat that I know probably came from unethical farming because I do love animals as beings. They have souls and feel pain and a range of emotions. They can be kind and altruistic.

          • LastHumanist says:

            They are delicious, too.
            I love them fried, cooked and roasted.

            Do you know how long I haven’t eaten a good Schnitzel because of this NWO BS? I have been barred from all the restaurants for months and months now.

            Much of my German culture consists in consuming a variety of meat dishes. I have not been able to live my life as my ancestors intended.

            I actually drifted off into being slightly underweight these past couple of months.

            Lockdowns work exactly as intended!
            Starving me out in this siege was a great success.

            • cu.h.j says:

              Maybe you can learn to make it yourself! I used to love going out to dinner. I was kind of a foodie for a while, but no more. I wish I could learn to love to cook, but I hate it!

          • Alchemist says:

            Buy farm shares directly from farmers that treat their animals well and don’t pump them up full of antibiotics.

          • anniees says:

            It depends what you eat. Many believe that the processed fake meats and cheeses replace meat and dairy, but most are terrible for your health. This is a subject I’ve researched since shortly before becoming vegan myself almost 14 years ago, when those alternatives tasted like crap. Relearning how to eat takes time, but it’s possible.

    • LastHumanist says:

      Animals also brutally murder other animals.
      It’s the way of the world. Eat and be eaten.

      Nothing morally wrong with using the incisors nature gave you for their intended purposes. I’d argue that, without meat consumption, the evolution of the human brain would not have come along well.

      Maybe that’s why they want to remove it from the plate now?

      I always listened to what everybody said. The point is, I don’t want anyone to tell me what to do. Especially when it goes against my very nature.

      Whether it’s Klaus telling me to eat ze bugs or some vegan telling me to eat whatever, it’s wrong either way. However, there is a better way to do things. Let’s return to yeoman farming. I’ll slaughter all the animals myself and will do so respectfully, praising nature’s bounty. I think that’s a good deal.

      • cu.h.j says:

        When animals hunt to eat, I don’t think this can be classified as “murder” in the true sense of the word. They are killing prey that they consume or eat as food to survive.

        I think there have been instances of cannibalism among chimpanzees where they one group will kill and then eat their rivals. That to me is murder. Eating to live is different.

        Factory farming can be very cruel and unethical and can be torture for the animals. That is wrong. It’s also wrong to try to force people to eat bugs and other things they don’t want to or that are unhealthy for them. I do better on a diet that consists of some meat, or at least have not found an alternative.

        • LastHumanist says:

          Have you ever actually looked at what spiders, dolphins and insects do?
          Check out what cordyceps does to ants.

          Nature is not some kind and benevolent force.
          All cruelty you see in humanity, you see in nature.
          Ethics do not come from a void of nothingness and nature’s moral standards are all about utility. When symbiosis works, it is rewarded. Same with competition. There is an order to it which we need to better understand if we wish to shift it towards a more humane pitch.

          Chimpanzees do form social hierarchies similar to ours. Hierarchies built on who can punch and dominate the other members of the species the hardest. Sometimes, they build a tribe based on tend and befriend strategies but those appear to seldom win against the more violent competitors. If anything, humanity is more sophisticated in that process and generally able to choose a better way. Both high and low morals can be taught. Sentience is the spark of divinity that enables such activities. Forming a culture from nature is, by itself, always an act of sublimation. Even if that culture later declines.

          We should protect nature only to protect ourselves. I want what’s best for humanity and care not for a world of spiders, brain hacked ants and rapist dolphins. If a natural equilibrium best serves the human cause, I’ll pursue it. Likewise, there would be no problem in devouring the entire universe if it were in humanity’s best interest.

          I am on team humanity. Life with similar or superior sentience would deserve the same respect but it remains a speculative matter, as I have seen no real traces of it thus far.

          • cu.h.j says:

            I happen to like dolphins and other animals and insects. I find nature fascinating and beautiful. Humanity has a place in the natural world, but without other living things, would be boring and sad in my opinion.

            In fact, if I had to do my education all over again, I would be a veterinarian. My second best friend is my dog. My mother takes first place.

            • LastHumanist says:

              The RKI lockdown chief is a veterinarian, too.
              What do you think veterinarians actually do?

              Make animals healthy? That’s mostly fantasy.
              It’s not what these people generally do.

      • mkey says:

        You have no idea what you are talking about.

        Animals are not bound by morality as they can not comprehend it. I find it incredible this point needs to be restated over and over again.

        Man is not just another animal, this is the poisonous mindset brought forward by Darwinist eugenicists so you might want to reconsider your position and stop playing that bad program.

        It is in your nature to eat meat, is it?

        • beaconterraone says:

          “Without God, all is permitted.”

          Morality without God is impossible, even if one makes their best attempt. Materialist/Darwinist faux “morality” systems always get many things wrong, inadequate, or inverse of that which is good, including the dehumanization of the unborn and exaltation of the absurd and outright evil.

          The Natural Order of things is cruel and brutal. One of the efforts of Christianity is to raise humanity above both.

          If one embraces God (via His Son, Jesus Christ), and follows the principles laid down for us, the sickness we see in “factory farming” and vicious cruelty to animals would not be happening. Most of it is due to the love of money. Some of it is the logical extension of the bottled-up anger of low-paid, overworked staff who punish animals for their own frustrations and misery.

          Meat-eating is not a sin, but there must be respect for the Creation He gave us, and compassion for the sacrifice of the animal, including refrain from unnecessary pain. Temple Grandin’s works, while not Christian, are good reads on this topic.

          • anniees says:

            Although I am not a Christian – I consider myself as gnostic (seeking but still not truly knowing the truth, alas), I agree that the divine spark is in each one of us. We all have the capacity to make it shine.

            I know certain branches of Buddhism refrain from eating meat either everyday or during periods of fasting because they believe that “thou shalt not kill” includes animals. Since we don’t need meat to thrive, they say, we don’t need to kill them. Some actually consider it a sin, although many believe that eating meat is OK, so long as you didn’t kill the animal yourself.

            We, unlike animals, understand compassion. I agree with you that Darwin got it wrong. It’s what sets us apart from them. I have not done much research on that aspect of spirituality yet, but I know that respecting God’s creations matters.

      • wolfgang says:

        There are many cultures actually eating insects and I wouldn’t discount them as a viable food source (during my university studies, 15y ago, I also “farmed” some locusts in a terrarium – they can actually be quite delicious) and veganism (as well as meat-containing diets) is nothing to be frowned upon generally speaking… Although I agree that it is hard to substitute a good animal-protein containing diet during childhood and adolescence. However the disgusting cheap supermarket meat, full of hormones, antibiotics and all kinds of toxins is definitely also not beneficial (neither for children, nor adults). Well-raised animals (or game) is a whole different thing (ethically and also on a nutritional level).

        • anniees says:

          Our closest cousins, primates, are frugivores who sometimes indulge in meat, but their diet consists mainly of plants. If they consume only plants, they get all their nutrients. So do we, including during childhood. Many mistakenly believe that kids need tons of protein, but they actually only need one portion per day up to a certain age. Our body makes most protein needed by using vitamins and minerals. There are only 9 types that are essential – meaning that we need to eat them – and they are all found in plants.

          The elite want us to go vegan in order to force the population to eat fake, processed crap like Beyond Meat. Legumes, fruit and vegetables are excellent for your health. I’m not saying everyone should go pure vegan because even herbivores aren’t – all animals eat, often unintentionally, a few bugs once in a while. But, learning about nutrition is crucial to good health and saying that your ancestors ate a certain way therefore you should too isn’t a good argument here.

          • LastHumanist says:

            I am as curious as anyone else to see where the soy culture will lead that part of humanity subjected to it.

            It needs to be a choice, though.
            You are free to choose the path of vegan goblins Matthew Liao has laid out.

            The early hominids all consumed meat. They even built tools and formed parties to hunt more efficiently. If they found that process so important that they even painted it on cave walls, then I respect their ways of survival in a hostile environment. Tradition does not compel us to follow it forever but we should understand it in its own context and avoid anachronisms.

            Where is the cave of berry picker murals?

            • anniees says:

              I invite you to read Graham Hancock’s “Supernatural”. The theory that says that those paintings are hunting rituals was debunked ages ago. I am currently reading it and those murals are much more likely related to spirituality. For instance, the animal bones found from those tribes were usually small, easy to hunt animals. Many murals depict large animals that they seemingly never hunted. Anyways, what about all the paintings of semi-human, semi-animals in the same caves? And why were there images of humans with spears piercing them?

              Plus, this theory of the hunter-gatherer has to be changed to gatherer-hunter since they ate far more plants than meat. Analysis of the feces and stomach content found in frozen caveman bodies clearly demonstrates a high fiber content, which means they ate mostly plants. Dr. Greger has a short video on the matter (to get you started on your research) called paleo poop (he has an interesting sense of humor).

              • LastHumanist says:

                The apologists of soy culture will attempt to rewrite history. Big surprise.

                Rather than retelling stuff and spreading hearsay, point at primary sources.

                What’s all this:


                This guy shooting an arrow at prey is a metaphor to you? The strata we excavate from these times have human bite marks on animal bones. It’s one thing to not like meat consumption but another matter entirely to pretend objective reality does not exist.

                You probably don’t know that Latin pecunia (money) derived from pecus (cattle/sheep/meat) and that the Greek currency (obolos) derives from the word for meat skewer.

                Meat consumption and humankind go hand in hand. Like it or not.

                You don’t know this because you don’t look at real history. Instead, you want a narrative to be true that is meant to give legitimacy to your life choices. Isn’t that approach the root of most evil society is facing today?

            • anniees says:

              It’s not soy culture since most new meat alternatives are made of gluten or isolated pea protein. Soy is now meant for tofu and milk alternatives, not for meat replacements. That is sooooo last decade!

              Plus, again, read the book I suggested or go do research. You’re just arguing without even looking at what I’m talking about. Yes, our ancestors hunted. I never said they didn’t! I am merely stating that these paintings aren’t about hunting. Again, that sad theory was debunked by the entire archeology and paleontology fields decades ago! Let go of old,,useless information, please!

              • LastHumanist says:

                I did the research. I literally excavated what you only read about. Looks like you’re not interested in making that effort and get to the bottom of things.

                Instead, you pretend that “the science is settled” because in your wishful thinking it is.

                Defining yourself over food choices is shallow, don’t you think?

              • beaconterraone says:

                LastHumanist said: “Instead, you pretend that ‘the science is settled’ because in your wishful thinking it is.”

                Sounds like you’re advocating Revisionism. Is that legal? LOL

        • cu.h.j says:

          I agree with your take on the matter and this is logically and concisely stated.

        • HomeRemedySupply says:

          Weston A. Price Conference – November 2021 – SUB-THREAD

          The first link on that Sub-Thread opens to the Home Page of the Conference.
          There is an embedded one minute video of a Vegetarian talking about transitioning to meat.

          At that conference, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. delivered a speech entitled:
          ‘This Is the Hill We Will Die On’
          (scroll down the Sub-Thread)

          The line-up of speakers included Robert F Kennedy, Jr., Del Bigtree, Stephanie Seneff, Sally Fallon Morell, Andrew Kaufman, Tom Cowan and more.

          • anniees says:

            Eating a healthy plant-based diet goes against this agenda, actually. Dr. Greger, one of the prominent doctors advocating for a whole-foods, plant-based and organic diet is regularly mocked and slandered by the powers that should not be because Dr. Greger sneers at alternatives like Beyond Meat. The only positive thing I remember him saying about those sorts of alternatives is that they have less cardiovascular-damaging fat than meat. Otherwise, he highly encourages fresh fruit and veggies from the organic section, so no frankensoy or frankenburgers.

          • anniees says:

            And one vegetarian explaining why she is going to eat meat again isn’t proof that we must all eat meat.

            • LastHumanist says:

              People should eat whatever they want, as long as they don’t eat other people.

              Companies should not poison food.

              And nobody should put out fake history and lie for a political agenda.

              • anniees says:

                So long as they know what they truly need to eat, and what are truly ingesting.
                Otherwise, you’re not really making an informed decision and are being lied to. We agree on that, point!

                I also advocate the removal of dangerous toxins such as many of the pesticides used in crops, as well as the addictive substances they add without our knowledge to make us buy more. Here, I am not referring to sugar and fat because several people are already aware of their dangers.

      • anniees says:

        Herbivores have incisors and canines, too. Ours are not meant to tear through flesh but to chomp on fruit like apples.

      • anniees says:

        Plus, doesn’t Corbett repeatedly state that we should always listen to both sides of the story before making up our minds? I am trying to point out that people ignore vegans without listening to them and some comments posted here demonstrate my point. I encourage those who are interested in listening to the other side to do so and at least learn why we say the things we say.

        • LastHumanist says:

          If what you say is propaganda meant to ameliorate the perception of your life choices, why should anyone listen to that?

          • LastHumanist says:

            It does not matter what we want to be true, you see.
            What matters is where the actual evidence points to.

            We need to face the facts. You cannot make a case for all those animal bones the early hominids dumped in their dwellings as being the result of a vegan petting zoo. It is not the likely explanation, based on all the available data.

            It is a weak case, when put under the required scrutiny. Rewire your brain to overcome confirmation bias. Confirmation bias is the death of true research. Presenting weak theories that go against objective evidence is nothing anyone needs to bother listening to.

            There is a whole lot we don’t know about prehistoric times but we can say, with great certainty, that veganism is not a thing that was entertained in any primal society we have been able to observe.

            • anniees says:

              Actually, I never said they were pets, I said they hunted them. I also said they hunted, just less than we imagined.

              Maybe you’re the one who has a confirmation bias here. You twist what I said into something completely different. I even stated that pure veganism doesn’t exist in nature. I doubt you’ll ever read Supernatural since it would disprove your bias.

            • anniees says:

              Plus, there were South American tribes who were vegans and relied on quinoa for protein.

            • Steve Smith says:

              “ Rewire your brain”
              I read a book a couple years ago by Joe Dispenza with that name I think.
              I learned a lot from that.

              I’m not sure how far back you want to go with our ancestors when trying to figure out how modern man should treat himself but if I’m not mistaken, if you go back far enough we were all living in trees and eating fruit and leaves.

              I came across a themtube channel years ago of a naturopath called Robert Morse who advocates fruitarianism.
              He has been doing his thing for forty years and has a pretty impressive record helping patients heal themselves of serious diseases including cancer and diabetes through diet, (fruit) and medicinal herbs.
              I adopted my version of this diet about four years ago. I had been vegan since giving up dairy and eggs maybe five years before that.
              I am in better health than I deserve to be after abusing my body for half a century. A couple issues but on the whole probably healthier than I’ve been since my 40s.
              I eat primary fruit and nuts. Small amounts of rice and beans occasionally. Small amounts of gluten free starches like a few crackers or a slice of bread.
              I eat mostly raw, use a lot of honey and hardly ever any processed food.
              I take supplements and lately vegan collagen because the nails on my picking hand started splitting.
              And lastly, I use my AquaCure religiously and drink tons of filtered, hydrogenated rainwater.

              As soon as the major issue is corrected I expect that the combination of my diet, the supplements, the Brown’s gas and the Florida weather will make my hair grow back.

              Its possible. I’ve rewired my brain!

              • anniees says:

                Congratulations. I’ve tried going raw, didn’t manage. I do eat lots of raw food, but it’s best when living in an area where you can grow food almost or completely year-round. I’m in Canada. 🙁

              • Steve Smith says:

                Thats one thing that is great about this climate. I eat food that I have grown every single day. Sometimes less sometimes more. But I always feel good about consuming things I know the full history of.
                Even medicine.

          • anniees says:

            It’s not propaganda. Eating Beyond Meat is propaganda. I talk about nutrition, which has been verified by skeptics. As a matter of fact, the old adage saying that we need meat to thrive is far more propagandist than saying that all our necessary nutrients are found in plants.

            • Jed says:

              I did it for a few years back and my teeth started to crack but I was living on pizza and the likes — now, being I can’t eat anything from animals with hooves anyway, I’m going to try it again. I love animals, I don’t want them to suffer. We have wild turkeys out here and they’re fun to see. My sisters chickens are hilarious to watch, I love them to death then eat chickens and turkey almost every day, wtf? It’s not easy to do, and other people don’t like it, sound familiar? No problem. Ever see a fish die after he’s caught? Nope, I’m done with it.

              • LastHumanist says:

                Everything that lives will die.
                Deriving sustenance from this process is the opposite of waste. A quick rock smash on the head and the fish is free of this mortal world, never to suffer again.

                Then you can smoke it or grill it.

                You should look at how human children are bombed with phosphorus. That is something that needs to stop.

              • anniees says:

                I only saw videos or photos of this, not in person. I was glad i was vegan already.

                Did you notice how we can no longer respond to LastHumanist’s comments? I hope he reads this one, because people who cut others off from being able to respond, such as taking down the dislike button on GooTube, aren’t winning an argument. They’re just not allowing the discussion to go on. Or they only want to hear certain responses and not others.

              • mkey says:

                Nobody is being cut off, this is technical limitation of the comment section, you can only go so deep in replying to replies.

        • cu.h.j says:

          Agreed. And there are many vegans who are healthy and strong. I was not able to be healthy on a vegan diet, probably because I am not a good cook and was eating all the processed soy products. My thyroid function declined and my skin was dry and I gained fat. I had to stop and resume eating some animal products like eggs, milk, fish and poultry.

          • LastHumanist says:

            What people have mostly forgotten is that the Greeks meant “lifestyle” when they said diet.

            It is literally the lifestyle, not just the things you eat.
            We are the sum of all the decisions we make.

            The prevalent corruption in body and mind is the product of lifestyle choices. Asceticism is a rare counter culture to the mindless hedonistic pursuits.

            • anniees says:

              Of course there is more to health than mere food choices, but many underestimate the impact of those very choices. Too many believe that you can burn off all excess calories consumed with exercise without calculating how much they ate versus calories burned by jogging. Too many forget essential nutrients when preparing meals, thinking that as long as they consumed protein and calcium and added one portion of veggies, they’ve covered it. Too many believe that supplements are sufficient to cover anything they’ve missed when all they are doing is consuming expensive urine because they don’t understand the dynamics of nutrient absorption. Trust me when I say that eating everything you need is a very complex matter.

              • LastHumanist says:

                I do not trust what you say because much of what you say is falsified by reality.

                You cannot make a statement that goes against all discernable evidence.

                Veganism is not a religion, is it?
                Then why be so dogmatic about it?

                I trust the human body’s craving for meat to be the authority on this matter. If animals were not meant to be part of our natural diet, they would not be delicious.

            • anniees says:

              I’ve compared both sides of the story before becoming vegan. I was raised by a nurse who sincerely believes meat and baby cow food are crucial to our health and I’m vegan now. I’ve heard how much data there is surrounding this.

              Now, when you say I go against all discernable science, I wonder what science you are talking about. Nowadays, those who are called pseudoscientists are the ones telling the truth, and those I have come to trust are labelled as cuckoo conspiracists or false scientists. When it comes to the plandemic, you agree the disinformation team is generally correct (they sometimes make mistakes because they are humans of course, but they are closer to the truth than Fauci), but when it comes to food, the official narrative is the discernable truth?

              • Steve Smith says:

                You make a great point. People become dogmatic about the science supporting their positions even while arguing that the established science about the virus is questionable.

                I am not casting aspersions at anyone. Especially since I can’t claim to be completely free of the affliction. But I like what James Pilato said recently about “if hypocrisy was a deadly condition, there’d be bodies piled everywhere.”

                I have discovered the truth in the saying “ the older you get, the less you’re sure of.
                Being open to conflicting ideas doesn’t in the least change how you choose to act in regard to an issue. But so often we choose to ignore information as if it has power over us. Its baffling even as I recognize the tendency in “ Rewire your brain”
                I read a book a couple years ago by Joe Dispenza with that name I think.
                I learned a lot from that.

                I’m not sure how far back you want to go with our ancestors when trying to figure out how modern man should treat himself but if I’m not mistaken, if you go back far enough we were all living in trees and eating fruit and leaves.

                I came across a themtube channel years ago of a naturopath called Robert Morse who advocates fruitarianism.
                He has been doing his thing for forty years and has a pretty impressive record helping patients heal themselves of serious diseases including cancer and diabetes through diet, (fruit) and medicinal herbs.
                I adopted my version of this diet about four years ago. I had been vegan since giving up dairy and eggs maybe five years before that.
                I am in better health than I deserve to be after abusing my body for half a century. A couple issues but on the whole probably healthier than I’ve been since my 40s.
                I eat primary fruit and nuts. Small amounts of rice and beans occasionally. Small amounts of gluten free starches like a few crackers or a slice of bread.
                I eat mostly raw, use a lot of honey and hardly ever any processed food.
                I take supplements and lately vegan collagen because the nails on my picking hand started splitting.
                And lastly, I use my AquaCure religiously and drink tons of filtered, hydrogenated rainwater.

                As soon as the major issue is corrected I expect that the combination of my diet, the supplements, the Brown’s gas and the Florida weather will make my hair grow back.

                Its possible. I’ve rewired my brain! myself.

              • Steve Smith says:

                I can only blame the previous post on fat fingers, tiny iPad screen and time running out to edit.
                I accidentally pasted a previous post I made.
                I was trying to type “tendency in myself “. The rest shouldn’t be there.

              • LastHumanist says:

                The scientific method is what matters.
                I do not care about who’s applying it.
                Just apply it.

                You either prove or falsify a hypothesis.
                How do you do that? Through objective research.
                You look at the world. You think about the world in a logical way and maybe run an experiment and see if it’s repeatable and proving an underlying natural law.

                Do dental structures of omnivores (humans, rats, etc.) all resemble each other, yes or no?

                Look at the teeth. I looked at them and the pattern is the same. What do we observe omnivores eating in nature?

                Flora and Fauna.

                Can we therefore say that it is natural for such creatures to eat this type of food?


                You have not been able to falsify any of this which makes your claims unscientific.

                You were just pretending none of these points matter because you think veganism is better. This is a subjective rather than an objective statement. You can have whatever opinion you want but you cannot pretend that you have just proven that it is unnatural for humans to eat meat. I have shown you that the opposite is true. You have diverged from the natural state. We all have, to some extent. I am not morally judging that. I am judging the lack of science in your argument.

            • Jed says:

              @LastHumanist, “a quick rock smash on the head”? Was that a Gates quote? I always said “just a pinch” when administering a IM shot or an IV.

          • anniees says:

            Cu.h.j, many people have either a soy intolerance or allergy and don’t know it. BTW, many meat alternatives are made with isolated pea protein or gluten, which aren’t any better, if you ask me. Oh, the taste is better, for sure, not to mention the texture, but isolating proteins won’t make anyone healthy.

            • LastHumanist says:

              The soy meme in general is very unfortunate given the widespread soy consumption in Asia.

              I am, at any rate, not an expert on food chemistry.
              My suspicion is that nobody here is.

            • cu.h.j says:

              I think because much of the products I was eating were still highly processed “fake meats”. As an experiment, I want to try to stop eating processed foods for a while and find out what my body likes, if you will.

              Our bodies have wisdom that many people ignore. When I was vegan, I was listening to the part of myself that believes that other living things should not be treated poorly in order for me to eat. So much of the meat that is affordable to your average person is probably not the best, ethically or nutritionally.

              I would like to get back to this type of ethic. I want to have hens as egg layers primarily. I think that people should know where their food comes from. I also think that people can learn a lot from how different food makes one feel, physically and emotionally.

      • beaconterraone says:

        You: “It’s the way of the world. Eat and be eaten.”

        Sounds like you got that from Mein Kampf. 😀

        In general, I agree with you about meat; God gave us animals to eat, and our dentition and digestive system demonstrate that truth.

        But “It’s the way of the world. Eat and be eaten” is the close sibling of “might makes right.”

        Right is right, and might apart from morality is usually wrong.

        • LastHumanist says:

          The last thing I will say to you, unfortunate soul who fails to commit to basic research on industrial mass murder during WW2 and church bigotry throughout the centuries, is this:

          Hitler has a whole chapter in “Mein Kampf” that tells of his descent into insane anti-Semitism. He narrates how he became convinced that the people he grew up alongside with are actually the root of all evil because the media hype said so. You have lived his experience and I feel somewhat sorry for you and your blindness.

          Only somewhat, however, because you have proven yourself to be an insane bigot and I don’t like your ilk at all.

          The strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must is the law I observe in this world. I believe that the strong should use their strength to protect rather than harm those who find themselves in less fortunate positions. Not because I want to be rewarded by a fancy man in the sky but because I want the world to be a more humane place for all. Basic human decency should be a common trait that everyone can agree on. It is a rational thing, too. It is, in essence, the core humanist principle. How utterly insane people are to pretend you are automatically “satanic” for not subscribing to Christian BS.

          Demons were a good, bad or neutral thing before Europe descended into madness for the first time in history. There was nuance in the old ways and a wisdom now sadly forgotten by many.

          • beaconterraone says:

            “The last thing I will say to you, unfortunate soul who fails to commit to basic research on industrial mass murder during WW2 and church bigotry throughout the centuries…”

            Are you senile, a liar, both, or something else?

            I’ve read dozens of books on the so-called “Holocaust.” None of the pro-narrative “evidence” is convincing. Much of it is absurd, and in some cases, self-evidently insane. The soap and lampshades lunacy was admitted false decades ago, yet taken as gospel at Nuremberg. Likewise with “gas chambers” at Dachau and other Germany-proper camps. Different color smoke from the crematoria based on nationality of the Jews was dismissable on its face. The Six Million™ Kabbalist magic number was used in World War I, and recycled, for religious reason, in World War II. The actual numbers of Jews who died in WW II is irrelevant.

            The Six Million™ is nothing but religion. Or, alternatively, as Norman Finkelstein asserts, an industry. “No business like Shoah business.” The existence of the “State of Israel” is built atop the Holocaust™ mythology. The permanence of Jewish control of “Western” governments is predicated on the sustenance of the Holocaust™ myth.

            As I’ve said before, COVID-19(84) is literally impossible without the precursor Big Lie of the Holocaust™. If you can get the masses to believe the absurd, you can get them to believe the gross absurdity we’re currently witnessing.

            “Only somewhat, however, because you have proven yourself to be an insane bigot and I don’t like your ilk at all.”

            You are the type of coward who loves Holocaust™ Denial™ laws, because you are unable to successfully argue against those who poke holes with the greatest of ease in your dogma. Oh, sure, you’ll claim you’re not in favor of them, but you’re perfectly happy to hide behind them.

            “Basic human decency should be a common trait that everyone can agree on. It is a rational thing, too. It is, in essence, the core humanist principle.”

            Без бога всё позволено – “without God, all is permitted.”

            We’ve seen your “basic human decency” from the so-called “democracies” right now, placing those who refuse to worship an unsafe, ineffective medical product into house arrest, with much worse coming. You spew much about “humanism” and “decency,” and we’ve heard all that from these “democracies” for decades. It rings hollow because it always means nothing when you people have the upper hand; “might makes right.”

            “Demons were a good, bad or neutral thing before Europe descended into madness for the first time in history. There was nuance in the old ways and a wisdom now sadly forgotten by many.”

            You and Himmler would have had much to enjoy conversing about. You sure you’re not in the closet, and are just pretending? LOL

    • openlens says:

      Naw, they’re all a bunch of “health nuts”, and “hippies” to boot!!


      Most of the mammals folks favor murdering for blood lust eat grass.
      Might take a hint from that when times get rough. Perhaps a bit of their intelligence filtered through, eh?

      Honey, it’s men’s RIGHT to kill. Take that away from them, and what do they have?

      It’s all blood lust. Central to the alien agenda, as we know. Once you’ve killed and consumed every other kind of mammal, well….it’s just another mammal, you know, and the young ones are sooo tender.
      Blood Lust. You can’t talk or reason with addicts. Just watch them die. Give them more if you want, to rush it a bit.

      • anniees says:

        Don’t forget baby cow food fermented into a solid block that melts when warmed.

        • openlens says:

          What I was shown, in 1979 when I was able to phrase the question correctly…I got help from spirit, on an early morning bus ride after a conversation regarding vegetarianism….”What was the impulse that caused humans to first see animals as a source of food?” ( The answer only comes when you ask the right question. )

          The answer:In an immediate vision, I saw through the eyes of another… a deer, and there was wordless communication between the two. The human perceived the deer’s light body, I could see it, and this is what they desired to capture for themselves.

          It’s not possible, of course. Tricked again.

  41. anniees says:

    Great interview. Kennedy Jr. has dedicated so much time to this endeavour, he can talk for hours without any notes. Like Corbett. 🙂

    I know this doesn’t relate to the topic here, but for those who want to dig into lies about the ancient past, I recommend Graham Hancock books and interviews. There is also Randall Carlson’s howtube channel (another alternative to Gootube). Robert Beauval also has some interesting information. This is mostly related to the times when Corbett refers to ancient civilizations when royalty used to claim that they are children of gods and should rule the masses.

    An interesting fact: in the language spoken in Mesopotamia, the words king and shepherd had the same root. The king is therefore responsible for watching over his flock. I found that tidbit in John M. Allegro’s “The Mushroom and the Cross”.

    • LastHumanist says:

      “The” language spoken in Mesopotamia?
      Was there only one? There were several, you know.

      Well, if you like ancient history tidbits, here’s one on the house:
      Egyptian “pharaoh” literally means “big house”.

      You know who first put royal mugs on coins? The Hellenistic Diadochi who came to rule after Alexander’s demise. Money is power.

      • anniees says:

        Yes, there was more than one language spoken in Mesopotamia. I don’t know why I wrote it in singular here.

        I see you’ve done research on ancient civilisations too. Do you recommend any books or authors?

        • LastHumanist says:

          Depends on the topic, really.
          There’s not a singular authority in any field that I can point to as the pinnacle of knowledge.

          In fact, most of the better researchers have long died.
          You should always read the actual reports of what’s been excavated and come to your own conclusions.

          There’s plenty of documentation.

          If possible, you should talk to the people who did that work directly. They tend to omit details like Iraqi police robbing all of Nineveh’s gold.

          Then again, there are more pressing issues these days than that and people getting shoved off the Ziggurat.

          • anniees says:

            I agree that getting the information from the ones excavating is one source, but as with any other aspect of humanity, you need to look at multiple disciplines so as to get the entire picture. Archeologists aren’t astronomers, and to decipher the meaning of some of the world’s most important sites, the information found by latter was crucial. Ancient civilisations worshipped the sun, the moon and the stars, especially constellations. Therefore, it made sense to set up their buildings of worship accordingly.

            Furthermore, the books I read are written by authors who not only speak directly with archeologists, but they contact geologists, astronomers, shamans, paleontologists, and anyone else who could bring pertinent details to the sites in question. So, all points of view are included, which is the ideal scientific research.

            • openlens says:

              Lots of info in the first half of the book, “Who Made The Moon”.

              In regards to the constellations, yes, the fixed stars.
              And yes, it is a frustration that folks are not more widely self educated. I suppose it gets one more kudos yet to be an “expert”. In one field. I find it so limiting tho.
              It’s all so much easier to understand if you’re willing to turn, and turn again, and get a full 360, and more even.

            • LastHumanist says:

              Contact the Q Shaman, then:


              Esoteric BS. You should see that this is one of the methods by which the real conspiracies are dismissed as being fabrications by people who seek “arcane knowledge” and end up looking at shamans who lick toads or whatever.

              I call for conspiracy orthodoxy.
              Inter-disciplinary research is the standard for anyone who’s serious. However, the standard must be the scientific method which excludes esoteric ramblings.

              Maybe those shamanic powers didn’t work so well when there are 1/3rd of the children dying malnourished before ever reaching adulthood in the community? I have been to plenty of grave sites and never got cursed once. If anything, those Etruscan graves with their rich Greek pottery imports are a true blessing. Though latrines remain cursed in their own way, even as centuries pass. That much I’ll say.

  42. openlens says:

    I am overwhelmed with the excellence of this interview.

    Mr. Corbett, in the last twenty minutes I felt great pain in the blatant courage of heart it takes for Robert Junior to speak of his father’s murder, which happened at a crucial time of his life. But it was not until I looked and saw your eyes, that I understood that you know what I know.
    When you said you would give your life gladly for your children…I know this as the most lucid and incisively determining moment of my life.
    When I held my firstborn in my arms, and realized, with great awe, that I would give my life in a quantum second without question for this being….everything changed. Everything.
    Keep the faith. In life. In what is real, and what continues.
    The Witness.

    And now, in my reality as witness, let’s get back to what’s actually in these “shots”, bullets you might say.
    A long awaited report. Enjoy, y’all.

  43. Sabex says:

    I have nothing of value to add to the conversation, except to say thank you for a wonderful interview with a great man.

    Absolutely fantastic.

    • LastHumanist says:

      That adds more positivity than 90% of online and irl conversations these days.
      The ending was great, wasn’t it? Humanity’s not lost just yet.

      There is still a point in humility and making an honest effort.
      The human spirit lives on.

  44. karlharvie says:

    Why does Mr. Kennedy continue to use the term (Kovaids) when there has been no scientific isolation of the so called new thing. This whole story is a hoax. A large scale distraction for some reason or another. Ridicule a hoax often enough and it will go away. Repeat hoax terminology enough and it may cement in as a reality for the dumb masses (dumbasses).

    • openlens says:

      “Lawyer-safe language”.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Perhaps he wants to respect the people who died of the syndrome named “Covid”. People die every year from all kinds of diseases and some people may be offended if you say “that disease is a hoax”. The loss of a loved one is a painful. I’m sure people have died from the lockdowns, which is not portrayed in the media much. My friend overdosed during the lockdown so it was painful for me and when people say things like we had to lockdown for Covid, I want to slap them hard. At any rate, I think that he was trying to be sensitive for people who may have lost loved ones from respiratory diseases called Covid.

  45. themichiman says:

    My god people, please stop giving one man such “glory” of evil… similar to follow the money, FOLLOW THE POWER!

    Who empowered Fauchi??!!

    Hang Fauchi. Sure, but find where the empowering was coming from, and, be public about that justice action.

    Not bring the justice to the person(s) but the person to justice.
    Justice is immovable, but the person(s) can be brought there.

    Thank you.

  46. Albatross Gnostic says:

    RFK Jr. for president!

  47. deb.h says:

    Splendid interview! I, too, feel that I have little to add to this thread beyond expressing my own admiration for — and gratitude to — both James Corbett and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. for their courage and perseverance in pursuing truth against all obstacles. That’s a service beyond measure to the entire world in this perilous and pivotal time. Blessings to both of you!

  48. frogsoup says:

    Fatastic work James. U da man.

  49. jamsurf says:

    Is Fauci being sacrificed to smother the real story and keep the virus theory alive in both the popular and alternative imagination? Congratulations on the interview but can’t people think through the Lanka/Kaufman/Cowan complaints about virology?

  50. nosoapradio says:

    I’d be lying by omission if I didn’t (predictably) (re)state that I sincerely hope that Mr. Kennedy, who has been bravely and laudably battling the colossal bullies behind medical and environmental regulatory capture,

    will look into Mr. Corbett’s impressive work on the mind-boggling manipulation of so-called “Man-made Climate Change”.

    And I wanted to gratefully echo some of the legendary guest’s parting words which are that

    Mr Corbett has indeed been my beacon of light in a tumultuous sea of engineered confusion over the last decade, offering solid outcrops for identifying and evolving my own perspectives on this pervasive perception we call reality.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Robert F Kennedy, Jr. – “Man-made Climate Change”

      I agree. I hope that RFK, Jr. will look into some of The Corbett Report’s work on Climate Change.
      Corbett offers a prolific number of links to Climate Change information in his recent Nov 14th article:
      Welcome to the New Economy
      — A Corbett CLIMATE CHANGE List of Videos —

      To Robert F Kennedy’s credit…
      Oct 21, 2021 – Children’s Health Defense – The Defender
      Personal Carbon Allowances: Who Determines ‘Good’ and ‘Bad’ Consumption, and Who Regulates the Regulators?
      The desire to preserve the environment and protect future generations is largely universal, but are Personal Carbon Allowances and a system of surveillance capitalism, with tremendous controls over human behavior, the way to accomplish this objective?

      in September 2021, The Defender ran this article:
      200 Organizations Ask Gates Foundation to Stop Funding ‘Failed’ Green Revolution
      which Corbett and Pilato talked about in Story #1 of
      Interview 1660 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

      I’m so grateful to RFK, Jr. for his past work against the U.S. coal industry, because the environmental effects are devastating (e.g. mercury in waterways.)

      Regardless of climate doctrine (not much unlike Catholic vs Protestant 😉 ), I feel very confident that Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. recognizes the Globalist Agenda for the evil that it is.
      I am so glad that we all are on the same team.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        Anthony Fauci Promoting The Davos Agenda | 25th – 29th January 2021
        [90 second VIDEO from the World Economic Forum]

      • nosoapradio says:

        (not much unlike Catholic vs Protestant ? )

        I see your point HRS. It’s just that Climate Alarmism is one of the two pillars of the Great Reset Religion, like Boaz and Jachin, Contagion and Climate catastrophe and this:

        Robert Kennedy Jr.: We need laws to ‘punish global warming skeptics’

        is a little unsettling. Now he’s targeting the Koch brothers and politicians and later…?

        A powerful and influential lawyer can wield great power as Kennedy, among others, has demonstrated.

        Wouldn’t want that power turned against Climate Skeptics such as Mr. Corbett or even just against the likes of my poor little self.

        It would’ve been somewhat reassuring had he at least commented on that aspect of his convictions.

        We can’t all agree on everything but gotta try to keep an eye on the blind spots…

        • nosoapradio says:

          oops, forgot this:

          Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said in an interview that he wishes there were a law to “punish” people who are skeptical of or deny global warming.

          • mkey says:

            It’s the second oldest sin on the books – blind belief in authority of government and morality of man made up laws. Maybe James can get another round for an interview with RFK when the climate change ™ hysteria kicks in full force (any day now) and see if he can coax the mummy out of its crypt.

          • cu.h.j says:

            Wow. I’m surprised, considering he said there should be an open discussion in science.

            • LastHumanist says:

              Talk is cheap. Did you think the Kennedy’s a saint?
              None who wish to rule over others ever are.

              Does that mean we should not unite with any power faction whose interests align with ours? Obviously not.

              The only thing you can trust is shared self-interest.
              There are enough people who will oppose this NWO for basic self-preservation. That’s good enough.

              Putting an end to giving children lethal injections will do for now. Indeed, the state must be stopped from encroaching on bodily autonomy. This is the most important issue. This is about life and death.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Not a saint. But I think this is comment is hypocritical. On the one had he says science should involve an open dialogue surrounding Covid and other diseases, but not on climate change.

                Maybe he’s changed his mind, or is changing his mind. Scientific debate should never be stifled as it hinders discovery and freedom.

                Stopping injections of children is not enough. They must end all restrictions, the injections, the testing, the temperature checks, the vaxx papers, etc. There must not be any “climate lockdown” either. People of all walks of life must unite to stop these things.

    • anniees says:

      Kennedy applauded Corbett for his work, so hopefully he’ll at least take a peek at it.

    • cu.h.j says:

      I hope he will too. Looking at climate change was hard for me too, because I was conflating disregard for the environment with skepticism about the man made climate change theories. It was an emotional issue and people often follow their emotions. The image of the starving polar bear and the BBC documentaries called Planet Earth that portray humanity as poisoning the planet and destroying natural habitats.

      And there are large corporations that are doing this and industrialization has harmed natural habitats with the smog and chemical pollutants. I was equating pollution, waste, disregard for other living things with the man made climate change hypothesis. And I think this is false.

      However I do strongly believe that humans should care about the natural habitat and be considerate of other species and trees and plants and so forth. Polluting ones own environment is a stupid thing to do, it’s like pooping where you eat in a way. So I am against doing this. However this has been conflated with carbon dioxide increase and that the controllers must clamp down on human activity and is absurd. How about humanity clamp down on these psychopathic controllers and put them in jail. That would be good for the climate.

      • nosoapradio says:

        Disagreeing about what’s driving climate change is one thing.

        A powerful lawyer from a legendary political family who says “Those guys are doing the Koch Brothers bidding and are against all the evidence of the rational mind, saying global warming does not exist,” Mr. Kennedy said…”

        and wants laws to “punish” people who are skeptical of or deny global warming” is quite another.

        • seasons says:

          I don’t know how to get it through to people calling us deniers that climate change always happens but human activity does not control it.

          Yes human activity can cause localized effects that directly harm living organisms and make certain environments uninhabitable. Changing the climate is a whole another beast that requires the expenditure of more energy than all humans combined have ever made.

          The way I see it, those believing and pushing man made climate change are the biggest deniers ever. And they are the unwitting Koch Brothers mouthpieces who help energy companies distract the public from the current, direct harm from pollution.

  51. padraig says:

    hey man. wow. i had to confirm you were actually talking to the dude when i first saw it…..congratulations. nice interview and wonderful praise from mr. kennedy. you must be thrilled. this old song is going through my head about the big time…… i guess rogan will be all over you now brother. hang tight. you’re the very best. well done

    • LastHumanist says:

      Spotify Rogan who called Alex Jones on 9/11 explaining that the government didn’t do it. People have no memory, it seems.

      • Steve Smith says:

        What are you suggesting?
        Are you saying that because Joe Rogan doesn’t or didn’t hold the same position on a particular issue that James Corbett should refuse to be interviewed by the biggest podcast on earth?

        I swear I just don’t understand this seemingly increasing tendency among folks to reject, in full or at least enough to disparage at every opportunity, other people who while maybe not being fully on board the truth train still have a lot to offer. For heaven’s sake, this is a war! And we’re all fighting the same enemy right now. Why refuse help from some of the most effective warriors?
        Please explain to me what I am missing here.

        • mkey says:

          What you are missing is that fact that vast, vast, VAST majority of human population have no idea what they are talking about.

          And yes, I do agree that information needs to be consumed from a variety of sources, every bit of it needs to be passed through filters and taken for what it is. James Corbett has also made this point a number of times, already and it is just common sense.

          • LastHumanist says:

            People like to talk about big topics. They do not like to make an effort to actually learn enough to have anything to contribute on them. Most of all, they dislike admitting their ignorance whenever it would actually count and lead towards progress and catharsis.

            The Rogan audience in particular tends to be young males who are easily manipulated by some stoner “bro dude” who pretends to be open minded about topics that are “fringe” within the smoking ruins of what we call society today.

            The youth needs another Socrates. Just some old veteran who’ll tell them they’re all dunces only to get murdered by the state for it.

            If you want to be a hero, you have to be dead for 2000 years.
            The living do not qualify.

            • Steve Smith says:

              I absolutely agree. Hero worship, or man worship is never a very good idea. Only the dead won’t disappoint you.
              Nevertheless, to deny that there are heroic, noble and honorable people who perform heroic and selfless work for the benefit of others isn’t honest.
              But should heroes have to be perfect?
              Heroes don’t have to be heroes every day or on every issue. And aren’t they allowed to evolve? They can be flawed and still be honorable. They can fail sometimes and still be noble.
              While some may be so accomplished in life as to be able to be unable to find anything in anyone to ever find heroic or inspiring or worthy of profound admiration. I am not one of them.

              I am in awe of what creation offers. Including humanity.

              • LastHumanist says:


                It’s a process informed by happenstance.

                What if it had turned out that the Athenians were right and the sun’s actually a god rather than a burning rock?
                Socrates would have looked dumb!

                A lot of good people do so much wrong because they honestly believe it’s the right thing. They become heroes for the wrong cause and posterity will judge them however it fits the times.

                You are here, so you are obviously wise enough to see the cracks in the wall of lies that our age was built upon.

                You’ll be a hero to those within posterity who value the unending search for truth and the modes of life informed by it. Even when they’ll forget your name, they’ll remember that group who resisted as the shadow of a totalitarian technocracy was cast on all humanity. Nobody here is perfect but everybody here is on the right side of history in at least one utterly crucial regard.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I think Joe organ should interview JC!! People can be mistaken in their opinions because they just don’t know. People can learn and change their minds.

        • LastHumanist says:

          You are missing that Joe Rogan is not your friend.

          • LastHumanist says:

            In fact, if you were wondering about “the enemy” in the war of government vs the people, both Joe Rogan and Alex Jones are very much on the side of the establishment.

            Do your own research, come to your own conclusions.
            Find out how this really works.
            I have, because I have not been asleep until 2020.

            I know a lot of people have been and it’s certainly a bad time to get started.

            I’ve pointed you in a good direction, though. Find his 9/11 call and look at his Spotify business if you want some truth about MK Ultra Uncle Joe. Pierce the web of lies, friend. You can do it! You’ll never unsee what you’ve seen.

            • Steve Smith says:

              Please just cut to the point. What did he do that was so bad and how is he gonna hurt the cause if he were to ask James Corbett to be interviewed.
              I would love to do a lot of research into this. As well as countless other subjects. But I simply don’t have the time or energy. I have a business to run, critters to tend, gardening to do, well meaning comments to post and a war on totalitarianism to wage in any spare time I get.
              Help an old guy out will ya. Lay it out for me.

              • LastHumanist says:

                I consider the whole Rogan operation an example of controlled opposition. Take the recent ivermectin nonsense. I assume you’re familiar with that. So how did it go?

                Rogan informed his audience that it was not what CNN said it is. He was the Yin to the Yang here in the endless spiral of BS that keeps the media world turning.

                So the argument went: Ivermectin horse dewormer (CNN, etc.) versus Ivermectin human medicine (Rogan, any sane person left in the world, etc,).

                The result is that nobody involved ever talks about the real elephant in the plandemic room. This sort of propaganda intends to capture a large swathe of the population that identifies with the left/right paradigm.

                The CIA has Rogan and the CNN spin this narrative together because they understand a lot of people will engage with it instead of calling out the whole scam.

                It’s just one of countless examples.

                Meanwhile, children are dropping dead from these jabs.
                Uncle Joe will not talk about that because his CIA handler does not like anything that upsets the status quo.

                I think every party involved here has a responsible to the general public that sustains them and their system. Their choice to not show any human decency is a betrayal. They cannot play this game anymore. Not after all these lines were crossed.

              • Steve Smith says:

                Okay, I understand what you’re saying. But I just don’t see it that way. I am honestly seeing an erosion of the public support of the narrative. And I’m not sure that the ivermectin thing with Rogan and the interview with the CNN dipstick doctor Gupta didn’t play a part in helping a lot of those young males to begin to awaken.
                I welcome the sports stars and the music stars who have at least realized that they are being lied to about this.
                They are reaching a lot of people that you or I will never be able to drop a truth bomb on. Even James Corbett doesn’t have the same reach.

                And please directly answer the question about how it could hurt, rather than further the cause of truth and freedom to expose Rogan’s audience to the wisdom of James Corbett.

              • HomeRemedySupply says:

                Last Humanist,
                RE: Joe Rogan
                Cite your sources. Otherwise, I consider it just your opinion and speculation.

              • cu.h.j says:

                I think this could be accurate, that Rogan is kind of sketchy. He did have Elon Musk on after all. Rogan is an entertainer, sort of like Alex Jones is, but Jones has had some really excellent shows in the past.

                Okay, maybe it wouldn’t be a good idea to have him interview JC because it might diminish the information on the website. Rogan needs to show that he is really trying to oppose the agenda.

                It’s hard when a popular person wants to oppose a large operation. Maybe he’s afraid and won’t go to far. Who knows. On the other hand, maybe he’s starting to see where this is headed. Anyone who’s a caring parent should be concerned right now. Actually everyone should be concerned about this and doing something, anything to oppose it. It’s like being hit really hard in the stomach. You’re stunned and have to gather your wits.

      • Hotfoot says:

        Joe Rogan has u-turned on more than one occasion. He spent years banging on about how the Apollo moon missions were faked and then as soon as he hit the big time he flipped on it. A more cynical person than I might suggest someone had had a chat with him. What’s more he went on to virtually lick the feet of that smug idiot ‘TV Scientist’ Neil deGrasse Tyson on his podcast. Like Chomsky on 9/11, you have to wonder if these people become gatekeepers of their own volition.

        • mkey says:

          I would say that once you predicate one’s ability to earn mon-eye on their inability to comprehend the truth, you can be certain they will do their earnest to stay on the right side of the fence.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      — Joe Rogan —

      Typically, Joe Rogan does “in house interviews”, so I doubt that he will have James Corbett as a guest.
      While I don’t follow him, I do enjoy occasional clips from him.
      He has his following and can be an influence for opening minds.
      I won’t diss him.
      He has much more substance than many.

      James Corbett mentions Joe Rogan as he introduces the “September Open Thread”. We all know the “Ivermectin – Joe Rogan Story”…

      Recently in mid-November, Joe Rogan, Alex Jones, Tim Pool, Michael Malice, Blaire White, Luke Rudkowski, Ian Crossland, Drew Hernandez and Lydia Smith were all in one room. I really enjoyed the energy. Rogan made the most salient points.

      On the Joe Rogan Experience circa May 2016, James Corbett’s “How Big Oil Conquered the World” was discussed.
      Don’t miss this 6 minute video…
      History of the Rockefellers told by Eddie Bravo to Joe Rogan

      On this ‘Fauci’ Tread, people have been discussing HIV and AIDS.
      Circa 2017 & 2013, Rogan discussed this topic…
      (The videos are set to “private” now.)

  52. maryesds says:

    I intend to but the book. We are at the end, we must wake up together, stand together, to beat them. Bless you both and all of us who have been awake for years, go in love, but stay strong and do not consent.

  53. MagicBullet says:

    James was well-prepared and you can see the awe in his eyes to speak with a luminary like RFK jr.

    Now, for a different motif, this will make you laugh your head off at the moronic
    narrative that is called the Corona Virus:

  54. reowen says:

    A message from a former Army psyops officer.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      June 26, 1988 – The New York Times
      An Angry Response To Actions on AIDS Spurs F.D.A. Shift
      …”The Commissioner has tried to be as compassionate as possible,” said a member of the staff of Frank Young, the Commissioner of Food and Drugs, who asked not to be identified. ”Yet it is diffficult for us to permit marketing of a drug that is not proven safe and effective.”

      In the last two years the use of AL-721 by AIDS virus carriers and AIDS patients has soared, promoted and organized by an impressive network. As many as 19 buyers clubs have sprung up around the country, purchasing AL-721 in bulk and even testing shipments to be sure they are pure.
      While it may not be dangerous, the substance is not cost-free. Patients pay about $135 to $250 a month for it, and the mechanics of taking AL-721, which requires refrigeration and, according to some, should not be taken within two hours of a meal, disrupts their lives.

      AL-721 was developed about three years ago by Dr. Meir Shinitzky and his colleagues at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel. Dr. Shinitzky explained in a telephone interview that the substance was composed of three lipids, fats found in egg yolks, soybeans and some other foods. The theory is that the compound reduces the level of cholesterol in the membranes of blood cells and the AIDS virus. This makes the membranes more fluid, which Dr. Shinitzky and others postulate hampers the ability of the AIDS virus to attach to and invade body cells….

  55. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Citing an onslaught of angry messages directed at Dr. Anthony Fauci, National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins wants online misinformation spreaders “brought to justice”.

    Friday Nov 19th – The Washington Post
    NIH director: ‘Conspiracies are winning here’

    The above article cites a previous Washington Post article…
    Fauci swamped by angry calls over beagle experiments after campaign that included misleading image

    • LastHumanist says:

      The Amazon post is right. The reality of this conspiracy is winning over the fake covid dreamland narrative that has completely fallen apart.

      “Your truth”, Francis Collins, does not align with reality and is therefore false.

      I always expected this personal reality derangement to lead down the path of totalitarianism but you do not find an audience if you don’t tell people what they want to hear, either. The feedback loop is vicious.

      Tell the fat lazy degenerates that they only need a jab to make them healthy and many will choose the path of least resistance.

      The most awful tendencies have been nurtured and grown by this system.
      The worse you were, the more successful you could become.

      Negative selection was the guiding principle.
      Money and power are a stigma, at this point.

  56. alexb says:

    Very interesting interview, I was both shocked and upset to learn that children had been used as guinea pigs. Maybe less shocked than I would have been prior to covid vaccination rollout to children.

    I was surprised to see that the BBC had reported on this and doubt they would do this today. Eric Arthur Blair, AKA. George Orwell, claimed that the BBC was a propaganda outfit from its inception, and that was its raison detre.

    However, having grown up watching and listening to its content, I got the impression that not all its employees were propaganda agents. That there must have been some free reign over its program production / content. That is in stark contrast with my impression of the corp. today, where one gets the sense of a very tightly controlled media organisation that is in lockstep with the prevailing outhodoxy. It would be interesting to understand that transistion.

  57. openlens says:

    What you have to understand, is that many people know everything, knew it all already, and always will. They cannot recall ever not knowing everything they think they know now. They cannot remember twenty years ago, or ten, or even five.

    Illusions of grandeur step in and comfort horrid realities of powerlessness.

    See, that’s Mercury…the intellect, the shape shifter:”Oh, I knew that, I just forgot!!” “Was that really a bulldozer that just ran me over? I better go back and make sure.”

    Some people…no names here…are just never ever ever wrong. No matter what. “Gods” don’t have “karma”, you know. (Rules for thee, not for me) Neither are their heroes ever wrong, they just make mistakes, and their chosen villains are never right.
    To admit that they ever didn’t know, is to invite complete obliteration of their egoic imaginary. In this regard, you may want to study abstract masculinity: money, sex, power.
    Those same persons will be able to tell you who doesn’t know one correct thing and never did and never will.(Most often females or “feminized” males. ) Without ever having met or spoken with those persons at any time. Amazing. “Opinions”are a dime a dozen.

    Also, if you want to call it a war, well, there’s only gonna be two sides, and they are both enemies. So, that’s war. More duality, more splitting, more rape. Is it difficult to call it rape? Why? Because rapists go free?
    It is very difficult to recognize all the forms of rape if one is in denial of the centrality of rape. Denial is the glue which holds together all systems of oppression. Denial is what has kept this death agenda in play for so long. They’re not monsters, they are “gods”, come to save us from being humans.

    Michael Kimmel, who has worked for years with major sports leagues as well as the militaries, claims he can start a fight/war in a schoolyard anytime quite simply….by asking a group of boys “Who’s the sissy? “

  58. catie says:

    Thank you for having RFK Jr on. I am reading his book now, and although I’m not that far into it, it is very engrossing already. I also read Julius Ruechel’s book “Autopsy of a Pandemic…” That one is really good too.

    I’m being told at work that I have to fork over my Vaccination status for Covid by Nov. 30th or they will log me in as un-vaccinated. I work 100% from home and never have any reason to go into one of their centers/offices; therefore according to OSHA rules I am exempt. They don’t care even though there is a stay on the entire “mandate”. They also state that they may share our information “as require”, and we all know that they will be submitting our vaccination status with the Government database that was prepared for this.

    Mr. Biden has made a point in declaring that people who are not going along with Covid19 narrative are potential Terrorists.

    I have decided to write my employer a letter and let them know that my medical history is not their business and I will not be submitting my status, and since they do not know if I am or am not vaxxed they do NOT have my authorization to tell anyone that I am or am not. At least I am letting them know that if they submit to the government that I am vaccinated, I have made it clear they do so without my authorization.

  59. catie says:

    Added note: I’m really glad you both are not afraid to Name this evil and openly state this is the big one. I always thought the “big one” would start with economics not a virus, but the economic aspect is still upon us….it’s just being helped along by the Covid operation.

    We are literally staring at our future; a Technocratic neo-Feudalistic totalitarian system. A Modern day Feudal system: where we will own nothing and be happy, as Klaus Schwab has assured us.

    I think humanity will prevail, but it’s a matter of when that will happen. Will it be 500-1000 years in the future? Do we still have a long way to go until we reach bottom? I’d say yes – but the bottom has a funny way of developing quickly.

    Or can we prevail NOW?

  60. cob says:

    James I have followed you for many years. At least a decade, probably near two decades. I found you back when myspace was big. I have subscribed for a couple of years to your website but this is my first comment here I think. I just finished watching this interview and I am failing for words. That was a huge deal interview! You were poised and prepared like journalists are. Your guest had very important information to share. And then at the end, RFK jr told you what great work you have been doing! That was a ‘watershed’ moment. You deserve journalist awards. I am glad we are in the same timeline.

  61. A57 says:

    I would follow Bobby in to the Gates of hell if he asked me too. He does nothing but help people with no help from the elites class and is shun by people who he points to doing criminal acts.
    Fuck the people who dislike Bobby, they are not reading him right. Ignorance of the law is no excuse.
    Fauci is a criminal and should be charged and jail awaiting trial.
    Also today is November/22/2021 and Bobby’s book is no. 1 on Amazon.

  62. EngineeredPhilosopher says:

    What happened to his voice?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Voice of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

      Kennedy has a condition called spasmodic dysphonia, a specific form of an involuntary movement disorder called dystonia that affects only the voice box. Spasmodic dysphonia experts estimate the condition affects only .02 percent of the population.

      On previous platforms, RFK states that his voice quality improves the longer he talks.

      Oprah interviews Robert F Kennedy, Jr (circa 2007)
      Oprah: I know that you have a genetic neurological condition called spasmodic dysphonia, which is straining your speech. Does it hurt when you talk?

      Bobby: No, but it’s an effort. The disease didn’t hit me until I was about 43. I used to have a strong voice.

      Oprah: So you just woke up one day and your voice was different?

      Bobby: It began as a mild tremble for a couple of years. After people would hear me speak, I’d get all these letters, almost always from women: “I saw you on TV and you were crying—it was so good seeing a man share his feelings!” I’d think, Oh God. I knew for every woman who wrote, there were ten men saying, “Look at this friggin’ crybaby!” [Laughs]

      Oprah: Did your voice worsen?

      Bobby: I’ve been told that it’s not supposed to, but I think it has. There’s a treatment for it: Botox shots. They put a needle into your voice box every four months. They still haven’t gotten my dose right.

  63. Nerd viking says:

    A new global censorship organization i`ve just come across.

    “The International Grand Committee on Disinformation (IGCD)” Founded by members of the British- and Canadien parliaments.

  64. SuperBobo says:

    I never would have dreamed that an episode of The Corbett Report would make me cry, but Kennedy’s words of praise for you, James, reflected exactly how I feel about your work and online presence, and I was simply overwhelmed to hear them coming straight from the beautiful heart of this legend of a man.

  65. HyperSimian says:

    99% loved it like usual.
    Beaglegate. Real, not real? Are we assigning blame to Fauci for signing off on the torture and knowing. Or. It was business as usual since that dog breed apparently has similar side effects as humans in certain situations. The story smells a little, faint whiff. Any thoughts on the validity of the story (not on animal rights or testing opinons). Thanks

  66. Fredric1001 says:

    Thank you MR. Corbett and MR. Kennedy. United WE Stand.

  67. HomeRemedySupply says:

    In case you missed it…
    …on November 1st, Corbett Report Member illbnice2u2 posted the following article which is very relevant to this ‘Fauci’ Thread…

    Dr. Anthony Fauci Funded Experiments On New York AIDS Orphans In 2004

  68. Mishelle says:

    I have become very intrigued by the ‘virology is a scam’ line of thinking and have decided to go beyond the Kaufman-Cowan camp and look at medical books published before 1920 or so. If anyone here has any recommendations, please do share them! I have found a couple in antique shops and they are most revealing that what ‘everyone’ was talking about then was blood. Good blood, bad blood, being able to ‘rejuvenate’ the blood, longevity through blood. Virology was a direct development from bacteriology and completely dependent on a fancy instrument whose creation ‘confirmed’ the hypothesis, and made it impossible to contest, kind of like a Bible written only in Latin, which I find highly suspect. It is putting ‘disease’ into a highly select group of experts dependent upon machinery, how is this considered so sacrosanct? How is this ‘sustainable’? To ‘believe’ in it, one is required to join the cult, with the High Priest class telling us all what to think, who to be afraid of, and to trust science and experts above our own experience.

  69. David H says:

    Congratulations James this is a brilliant and insightful interview, I would also like to add Mr Kennedy parse for you at the end of the interview is shared by your subscribers. Thank you for your work. All the Best.

  70. nom de guerre says:

    Book’s ordered and thanks much, James and Robert!

  71. CJ says:

    Fantastic interview. We live in dark times indeed. Thanks James and thanks Dr Kennedy.
    I’m hoping someone can recommend a solid UK seller for the book? All the ones I’ve found so far are owned by the big shot with the dick shaped space rocket.
    I’d prefer to get it by other means / anyone not affiliated with “Jeff cockrocket” if possible..?

  72. I told myself I’d never use Amazon again but in the interest of keeping this book in the top 10, I attempted to.

    Amazon demanded smartphone verification, so that was the end of that.
    Never again in my life will I use Amazon.

    I purchased the book on Books-A-Million instead.

  73. Fedor says:

    Great job!

    When RFK Jr. started ‘democracy this’ and ‘democracy that’, I can imagine how hard is it to keep calm with all the knowledge you have.

    But you dont need to confront all the views a person have to acknowledge the work he is doing.

    Looking forward to see more of such interviews and discussions on the most important topics of nowadays.

  74. HomeRemedySupply says:

    October 18, 2019 — Months prior to the official Pandemic, two Major Events occurred on that date:
    EVENT 201 and also the 7th Military World Games in Wuhan China.

    October 28-30, 2019
    Anthony Fauci was at a Future of Health Summit.
    Statement EXCERPTS by participants…
    “It’s time to stop talking, and it’s time to act.”

    “I think it is also because we haven’t had a sense of urgency.”

    “And if we take that scenario that Bill Gates in the Gates Foundation funded from the Institute for Disease modelling that says if we had another outbreak like a pandemic virus today what we saw 1918 in that six-month time period we would have 33 million people dead.”

    “Do we need to have lots of people die for that sense of urgency.”

    BOMBSHELL: Video Emerges Where Fauci and Others Planned for a “Universal mRNA Flu Vaccine” Which Became the “COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine” Because People were not Afraid Enough of the Flu Virus
    See the comment from Corbett Member stephen20 who provides the video which contains a well-written transcript.

  75. Chadders says:

    This is excellent work from RFK Jr. I bought the book.
    Without spending too much time on this, the ‘science’ we are seeing today is not science, and the way we are told that the politicians are ‘following the science’ and that those of us that are skeptical of what we’re told are ‘anti-science’ absolutely pisses me off. I know what the scientific method is; I grew up as a scientist. Most of what I’m seeing now in the MSM should make a schoolchild embarrassed by its poor methodology and reporting. Real science has been hijacked and for someone in the mainstream who is a trained scientist (Whitty/ Vallance etc) to continue telling these lies can mean one of two things: they are either being paid amounts of money they can’t turn down (shameful for any real scientist) or they are being blackmailed (I won’t speculate). The coverage we are seeing now to push vaccination is beyond bizarre. The stories in the MSM (The Guardian in my case) are simply embarrassing with their blatant propaganda. Obviously you can’t respond as anyone who disagrees (like me ) has been banned.

  76. hth says:

    In the process of reading the book now.
    He really has better insight into the American health system than anyone else i’ve heard of.

  77. Jonathan says:

    The last 5 minutes of this brought me to tears. Thank you so much James for everything you do. I have been a subscriber ever since you offered the option to be a subscriber over ten years ago at least.

    RFK jr doesn’t have to do what he does but he obviously cares about the future of humanity.

    Ever since I read Behold A Pale Horse in the mid 90s I knew this day would eventually come and here we are in the final battle for the existence of humanity.

    Thank you again James for this interview and for everything you do and have done to inform people these last 15 years and please tell James Evan Pilato hello from Jonathan of the band Doleful Lions.

  78. TimmyTaes says:

    Fantastic interview. I have the RFK Jr. book on Fauci and will read it next. I second what RFK Jr. said about the research of James Corbett over the many years. Yes, we are in the fight of our lives now.
    I also read RFK Jr.’s previous book “Family Values” and highly recommend it.

  79. kvc says:

    You seem to agree with RFK Jr that there is documentation to prove that leak came from Wuhan. What evidence do you have that the SARS-CoV-2 virus escaped from the lab at Wuhan?

  80. pill says:

    Unfortunately, except for Amazon, most online shops either don’t ship internationally at all or they charge more for shipping than for the book itself. Is there a recommended source for those who’re currently in Europe?

  81. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Wednesday Nov 24th, 2021 – The Defender
    ‘Dr. Fauci, Mr. Hyde’: RFK, Jr. Shares Details About New Book on ‘The Corbett Report’
    On a recent episode of “The Corbett Report,” journalist and researcher James Corbett interviewed Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. about his latest book, “The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health.”
    On a recent episode of “The Corbett Report,” journalist and researcher James Corbett interviewed Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. about his latest book, “The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health.”

    Asked why he wrote the book, Kennedy said:

    “Over the past 20 months [there’s been] a coup d’état against liberal democracy, and one of the key players in this medical cartel or medical technocracy is Dr. Anthony Fauci.

    “There’s an entire coalition of sinister forces [including] pharmaceutical companies, the intelligence agencies, the medical bureaucracies, the social media titans, the mainstream media and the military, which are all wrapped up in this obliteration of constitutional rights and the use of a health crisis to impose totalitarian controls.”

    Kennedy described Fauci as “this sort of avuncular presence who is the face of the technocracy and the demolition of constitutional rights.”

    Kennedy discussed Fauci’s role in helping Big Pharma capture federal regulatory agencies. “Fauci is the spearhead of an agency that has experienced regulatory capture on steroids,” he said.

    Kennedy told Corbett the financial links between the federal health agencies and the pharmaceutical companies are unlike any other federal regulatory regime. The metrics used within these agencies to measure whether or not an employee will get promoted, advanced or get a salary raise revolve almost entirely around how well the employee promotes vaccine uptake.

    “[These] people do not get rewarded for finding problems with vaccines — they get rewarded for covering up problems with vaccines … and some of the agencies directly profit from vaccine sales,” Kennedy said.

    “For example, the [National Institutes of Health] owns thousands of medical patents, including half of the patent for the Moderna vaccine,” Kennedy said. “So Tony Fauci’s agency stands to make billions and billions of dollars. And Fauci was able to choose four of his high-level employees who each get their own individual patent shares and who’ll collect $150,000 per year for life.”

    Corbett said the chapter of Kennedy’s book he found the “most difficult to read through” was the one titled, “Dr. Fauci, Mr. Hyde: NIAID’s Barbaric and Illegal Experiments on Children,” which details the role of Fauci…in illegal experiments on foster children….

  82. Ukdavec says:

    Fauci as Darth Vader of the Covid wars

    A rollicking review of RF Kennedy Jr’s The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health

    by Pepe Escobar

  83. quisutdeus says:

    JFK: Lets restore democracy!
    James: I appreciate it, so lets talk things now…


  84. ronnie.a says:

    After watching just 5 minutes of this interview, I bought the book. Little more than half way through right now. Mr. Kennedy has laid out succinctly many of the thoughts I have had regarding the so called “Medical Community” and the role of “Science and Scientists” for over 30 years. The belief in the pronouncements of this authoritarian cohort is truly pervasive in our “enlightened” society. Science is truly the new religion. Just as faith is needed in religion and money, science also requires faith without proof.

  85. Perhaps in addition to asking Mr. Kennedy about Sirhan Sirhan you might have
    probed his thoughts on climate change James?

    Robert Kennedy, Jr says climate change will bring “major disruptions” to civilization (Jan 17, 2020)

    • Viv Aldistaw says:

      I thought RFK was questionable myself, but you have to remember a lot of people (myself included) previously fell for that scam. I have more respect for RFK jnr now. Remember, he has lived his whole life personally affected by an actual conspiracy at the highest levels of the US control grid

  86. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Wed December 8, 2021 – MERCOLA
    “Who’s the Real Anthony Fauci?”
    We’re facing the greatest battle of our lifetimes, possibly of all time, according to Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in this riveting interview with James Corbett.
    I urge you to set aside 60 minutes to watch it in its entirety, as it succinctly sums up the coalition of sinister forces — intelligence agencies, pharmaceutical companies, social media titans, medical bureaucracies, mainstream media and the military — that are using a health crisis to impose totalitarian control worldwide….

    [Mercola goes on with details of the interview in his article, along with Corbett’s video.]

    ****VIDEO – How Rockefeller Took Control of the Medical School System
    (5 minutes)
    As Mercola explains:
    One of the important parts of Kennedy’s new book is exposing the connection of Fauci to Bill Gates and helping uncover how Gates patterned his strategy after Rockefeller.
    The information was so compelling that I had my team create the video above to put together the facts in the book into an easy-to-watch video so you can digest the material more easily….

    {Mercola details more in his article.]

  87. Steve Smith says:

    This article expresses an opinion of Mr Kennedy that is shared by many people.
    I found a new doctor, a naturopath and met with him yesterday for the first time. During the initial consultation the subject of the scamdemic was bubbling near the surface and I had the opportunity to carefully mention the book. I was trying to be good because he gave me the impression that he bought into some of the propaganda.
    As it turned out he was a lifelong supporter and admirer of the entire Kennedy clan. I didn’t venture there. But I did mention the book and offered to email him a link to download it to which he readily agreed.
    Hey you use what you got and do what you can.

  88. westerncivic says:

    I just received a return phone call from the operations manager of Powell Books in downtown Portland, Oregon.

    About 90 minutes ago I arrived outside the store with the intent of paying cash for a copy of the here described book.

    Given their mask mandate sign which included a number to call for ulterior accomodation, I called the number and informed the helpful staff I was standing outside the front door and was hoping for a copy of Kennedy’s book.

    After first saying it was out of stock, staff asked to call me back after further inquiry.

    The just completed conversation with the operations manager (third phone call of the day with Powell’s) includes a promise to get back to me upon further decision…

    Powell’s operations manager informs me that he can see the book is doing very well, but that they have never ordered the book. He says its available from Simon and Shuster but they have never ordered it. Prior staff indicated their supplier “Ingram” didn’t carry the book.

    I told him that I want to buy the book from them before Christmas. He said that isn’t possible given the time frame, but promised to get back to me on Powell’s decision, based on his promised positive order recommendation, on whether or not to order the book. ?‍♂️

    • westerncivic says:

      They never got back to me. As such I have described this bizzaro act of de facto censorship to the larger community in Portland, who respond that Powell Books has become an uncomfortable bourgeois security zone, lousey with rent-a-cops and mask karens.

      They’ve lost me as a customer forever.

  89. cjon says:

    Bobby, that bookstore in Oregon you are trying to remember is Powell’s. Oh never mind. I just saw the negative comments about Powell’s. Too bad.

  90. When you read Chapter 10 ‘More Harm Than Good’
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  92. candm says:

    I opted out of the Pepsi/Coke paradigm long ago and am skeptical of any hopium offerings, but I am actually tempted to put a RFKJr2024 bumper sticker on, if not just to bring attention to his life’s work at Children’s Health Defense.

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