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OPINION

Dr. Fauci: ‘Good Without a God’ Creates a Frankenstein

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In Mary Shelley’s 1818 original version of Frankenstein, the brilliant but unorthodox Dr. Victor Frankenstein created his nameless humanoid by using a formula he concocted in a lab.  Obsessed with creating something beautiful, his experiment produced a hideous monster with yellow skin, watery eyes and exposed blood vessels who escaped the lab.  

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He was a 19th century gain-of-function research lab leak. 

But moviegoers are more likely to remember the way the monster was cobbled together in James Whale’s 1931 film adaption of Peggy Webling’s 1927 play.  His mad scientist used a stolen brain with body parts from freshly buried cadavers – some from hanged criminals – and electricity to bring the creature to life.  

Although later adaptations stayed true to the crux of Shelley’s original (a scientist creating a monster that escaped the lab and killed people), Webling’s play was the first time the name “Frankenstein” was given to both the scientist and the monster.

More than 200 years later, the real-life Dr. Anthony Fauci embodies both the “scientist” and the monster.  He’s a slithering gorgon coddled by a Medusa of creatures in government, media, Big Pharma, Big Tech, the global billionaire class, China, and armies of compliant physicians enslaved to their careers.

In the movie, the monster’s killing spree of 10 innocent people terrified moviegoers for generations.  But Dr. Fauci, with blood on his hands from the deaths of 1.1 million Americans (the same number killed in all our wars since the Revolution), struts around unscathed inside a sanctum of plausible deniably.

But we’re not stupid.

Fauci publicly advocated for using gain-of-function research to “juice up” bat viruses, which meant intentionally making the viruses worse, creating new strains, and making them so transmissible they could spread globally.  Real-life Frankenstein stuff.  

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The goal?  To make something beautiful – a vaccine that could save the world from a deadly pandemic when and if “nature” ever unleashed it.  Oh, and money.

“[T]he benefits of such experiments [gain of function] and the resulting knowledge outweigh the risks,” he wrote in a 2012 paper for the American Society for Microbiology.  “… it is more likely that a pandemic would occur in nature.”

When the Obama administration, in 2014, temporarily banned funding for gain-of-function research in 22 fields, including SARS, Fauci’s NIH in 2016 allowed Peter Daszak's EcoHealth Alliance, an NIH grantee, to craft oversight language that effectively evaded the moratorium.  It freed EcoHealth to divert $666,000 in NIH grants to China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology from 2014 to 2019, to study bat coronaviruses. 

Communist China and Frankenstein experiments.  What could go wrong? 

“There is no question that there will be a challenge to the coming [Trump] administration in the arena of infectious diseases both chronic infectious diseases …,” Fauci said in a 2017 speech at the Georgetown University Medical Center.  “You will understand why the history of the last 32 years that I’ve been the director of NIAD will tell the next administration that there’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that they will be faced with the challenges that their predecessors were faced with.  … There will be a surprise outbreak.”   

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As evidence and scientific common sense mounted early in 2020 that a Frankenstein-like bat virus had mostly likely been engineered in a lab, Fauci praised the goodwill of a nakedly uncooperative China as it cleaned up evidence that pointed to a lab leak.  Later emails revealed that Fauci spent those early days concocting a government narrative and insidiously threatening to defund doctors who disagreed.

Throughout the “juiced up” pandemic, Fauci pushed for China-inspired lockdowns and mandates no matter how it devastated people’s lives and livelihoods, killed small businesses and broke the spirit of American enterprise.  He discouraged early treatment and demonized cheap but effective repurposed drugs in favor of new one-size-fits-all COVID vaccines that protected its makers from all liability. 

With the help of the media and Big Tech, he led a sustained effort to make pariahs of doctors who challenged government orthodoxy and downplayed concerns about vaccine side effects. 

For the obsessed Dr. Fauci, engineered panic, suffering and deaths of otherwise healthy people – like stolen brains and freshly buried cadavers – are the accepted “risks” for the greater good of advancing scientific knowledge that, in his mind, could prevent more deaths than it intentionally causes.  Oh, and money.

“I speak about this being the largest experiment ever done on human beings,” said Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of mRNA and DNA vaccines.  “At a very fundamental level, we have no understanding of what we’ve done, and yet we’ve taken this synthetic molecule that’s not really mRNA and administered it to a global population.”

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This is playing God – justifying, in the name of the god of Science, the technological mass murder of millions of human beings, as if God does not exist.  Shelley’s Dr. Frankenstein, obsessed to create the perfect human being as if he were God, in the end became a monster far more hideous than the one he created.

That’s Dr. Fauci.

Of his many accolades, Fauci got the most telling when the American Humanist Association, an organization that advocates for “Progressive Values and Equality For Humanists, Atheists, and Freethinkers,” crowned him 2021 Humanist of the Year.

Its motto?  “Good Without a God.” 

Humanists believe that man, not God, is the measure of all things, and that the universe is “self-existing and not created” as stated in the Humanist Manifesto I, which frees men to achieve goodness, by any means necessary, without the antiquated restrictions of a non-existent God of the Judeo-Christian ethic.  In effect, man is god. 

“I look upon myself as a humanist,” said Fauci in a 2015 C-SPAN interview.  “I have faith in the goodness of mankind … and I’m less enamored of organized religion than I am with the principles of humanity and goodness to mankind and doing the best that you can.  I think there a lot of things about organized religion that are unfortunate.  I tend to like to stay away from that.”

Fine. This is America.  Believe what you want.  

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But what you absolutely cannot do is lead “the largest experiment ever done on human beings,” then define the “benefits” as outweighing the “risks” – injury and death to millions of human beings – in the name of some greater good, and just walk away without an ounce of accountability.  

If elected leaders let this happen, it is they, not the Medusa of creatures protecting Fauci, who will have the most blood on their hands from allowing the monstrous mess he created, to run loose and wreak havoc in America for generations to come.





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