Since January 2020, authors Peter R Breggin, M.D., and Ginger Ross Breggin worked fulltime for 18 months, examining what they call the “real” science surrounding COVID-19 and criticizing “the fraudulent science used to justify the suppression of personal and political liberty throughout the world.”
They reveal their findings in their new book, “COVID-19 and the Global Predators: We Are the Prey.” In it, they document what they term “the shocking corruption behind the pandemic catastrophe.” The Breggins detail “the motivations, conflicts of interest and deceitful collaborations of the major players behind draconian pandemic policies,” leading to what they describe as “the suppression of our personal freedoms.” They uncover what they say is the 2015-2016 master plan created by Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab working with leading health officials in the U.S., the U.N. and WHO, as well as billionaires, international corporations and Chinese Communist officials.
The Breggins also expose what they claim is Anthony Fauci’s role in the pandemic, including his funding of gain-of-function research creating SARS-CoV pathogens in collaboration with China. They share the currently reduced standards for drug and vaccine approval by the FDA. They highlight their findings that inexpensive, effective and safe treatments for COVID-19, such as hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin, are often suppressed in order to promote the vaccines. The government’s rampant fear mongering and totalitarianism disguised as public health policies, the authors say, “are fueling the demise of our health, our democracy and our freedom.”
The book has separate introductions by three of the world’s leading COVID-19 physicians: Peter McCullough, M.D, M.P.H.; Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko, M.D.; and Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D. The book has strong endorsements from Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Paul Alexander, Ph.D., former consultant to the White House Coronavirus Task Force and the World Health Organization, who says its “depth and reach is beyond reproach . . . the most detailed, scientific and rational analysis to date . . . stunningly comprehensive and broad.”
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. had this to say: “No other book than ‘COVID-19 and the Global Predators’ so comprehensively covers the details of COVID-19 criminal conduct as well as its origins in a network of global predators seeking wealth and power at the expense of human freedom and prosperity, under cover of false public health policies.”
COVID-19 and the Global Predators concludes with hopeful and inspiring messages, a call to courage, and examples and guidance about how readers can retake their freedom personally and politically. The Breggins conclude, “We must revive our trust in each other. We must strengthen our belief in loving one another and in supporting each other’s liberty.”
About the authors
Peter R. Breggin, M.D., is a lifelong reformer, called “The Conscience of Psychiatry” for his criticism of biological psychiatry and his advocacy for effective, empathic and ethical forms of psychological, educational and social approaches to emotional and psychological distress. He graduated from Harvard College with honors, and his psychiatric training included a teaching fellowship at Harvard Medical School. He then became a full-time consultant at the National Institute of Mental Health. Since then, he has taught at several universities, including Johns Hopkins, George Mason, the University of Maryland and the Washington School of Psychiatry. He has been a medical expert in more than 100 trials, many related to scientific issues in this book, and is now an expert in COVID-19 cases. He has authored 70 scientific articles, plus many medical books and bestsellers, including “Talking Back to Prozac” with his wife, Ginger Breggin.
Ginger Ross Breggin is also a lifelong reformer. She has been an editor of newspapers and magazines and has a background in publishing and public relations. She has been Dr. Breggin’s partner in all his reform work since they married in 1984. She has coauthored or coedited four of his 20-plus books, including “Talking Back to Prozac,” which sold almost 1 million copies, and has helped develop and edit several others. In 2009, she edited and published “The Conscience of Psychiatry: The Reform Work of Peter R. Breggin, MD,” based on testimonials and media reports about her husband’s first 54 years (1954-2009) of efforts to improve his profession and to advocate for the rights of patients. She manages most of their outreach and keeps in touch with innumerable individual leaders and groups involved in the treatment of COVID-19 and the movement to reinspire and to rescue freedom throughout the world.