A Discussion With Stew Peters: What Is Fauci-ism?
No Duty To Be Correct, Ever, No Duty To Predict, No Remorse, No Accountability (But isn't that the definition of a sociopath? I argue: Yes, BUT, it was an entire culture. It was called "HIV/AIDS"
I was on the Stew Peters show yesterday, discussing the end of Fauci’s reign.
Before the show, and after, I got to chat with Stew, and was left with a great impression of him as a human being and journalist. One thing I like is the way he allows himself full expression of the rage we all feel over what they have done. He doesn’t play the “I-don’t-get-emotional” journalist role.
The full podcast is here.
I’m getting clarity on thoughts I’ve had for a long time but could not bring to fruition. For example: What is (what I am now calling) “Fauci-ism?” Does it perish when Fauci resigns thank Christ at the end of this year?
What AIDS showed us all, with infinite and determined brutality, was that Fauci’s empire held power by refusing allegiance to factual reality. Epidemiology, “virology,” anything whatsoever. We are right even when wrong, and we have done away with “wrong.” That’s “Fauci-ism.”
It’s all documented in this piece, which I re-post now and again, because I think it holds a documentation of the battle that took place between “classical” science and “Fauci-ism.”
The one thing to truly understand about “Fauci-ism” is this: Fauci is never wrong.
Who is his forebear? Ah yes! Of course—
Fauci is a modern, postwar, American version of Trofim Lysenko, without the Stalin apparatus itself, using other tools and weapons of war. But the same spirit: War against biology in the name of progress and himself.
From Lysenko’s Wikipedia page:
“Outside the Soviet Union, scientists spoke critically: British biologist S. C. Harland lamented that Lysenko was "completely ignorant of the elementary principles of genetics and plant physiology" (Bertram Wolfe, 2017). Criticism from foreigners did not sit well with Lysenko, who loathed Western "bourgeois" scientists and denounced them as tools of imperialist oppressors. He especially detested the American-born practice of studying fruit flies, the workhorse of modern genetics. He called such geneticists "fly lovers and people haters".
“Scientists who refused to renounce genetics found themselves at the mercy of the NKVD. The lucky ones simply got dismissed from their posts and were left destitute. Hundreds if not thousands of others were rounded up and dumped into prisons or psychiatric hospitals. Several were sentenced to death as enemies of the state or starved in their jail cells (most notably the botanist Nikolai Vavilov). Before the 1930s, the Soviet Union had arguably the best genetics community. According to The Atlantic writer Sam Kean, "Lysenko gutted it, and by some accounts, set Russian biology and agronomy back a half-century". Lysenko's work was eventually recognized as fraudulent by some, "but not before he had wrecked the lives of many and destroyed the reputation of Russian biology" according to scientist Peter Gluckman.”