Jon Rappoport


American Artist and Investigative Journalist, Publisher of

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Far from reality being this oppressive, constant, repeating, conventional consensus of unfolding and unrolling of events, reality can also be a kind of blank canvas on which one can begin to invent whatever, whatever, whatever.

Medavoy has recounted to me his role in shaping media response to HIV. "It was a false piece of science to begin with. HIV causes disease like a toy rocket can go to the moon. It was our job to make sure media, governments, scientists, and the public swallowed the idea that an unproven germ caused 'a new plague.'

Technocracy Is Failed Mind Control. Whether we know it or not, like it or not, want it or not, we are engaged in a struggle, and that struggle concerns the human spirit---understanding it, experiencing it, defending it against attacks. The spirit isn't some vague ghost or apparition. It?s front and center, even in this blind world. It animates action. It has great power. It defies reduction. The spirit proliferates thought and vision. It doesn't settle for simplistic harmonies that short-circuit its inventions. It isn't a happy-happy rainbow. It isn't a child's fairy tale. Human thought originates in a non-material sphere. A sphere outside conventional energy and space and time. That means the brain isn't thinking. It's performing calculations directed by ideas that are far more than chemical/biological reflexes.

You can enter imagination as if were an infinitely fluid medium, or you can give it sharp lines and edges. You can balance left and right, or you can tilt it eighty degrees to the right. You can do anything you want to. You can put a million pink quarks into a bowl and turn the bowl upside down in the sky. It?s Tuesday or it?s Thursday. It?s raining. The sun is out. It?s raining and the sun is out. You?re the king in that domain. You?re the one. If anyone ever suggested this would be a walk in the park, they were lying. On the other hand, you can supply yourself with great energies. You can fulfill your own destiny. And by destiny, I don?t mean something that is preordained. I?m talking about your recognition that you have power.

First, you can "download" information from the super brain. You can perceive it all and somehow incorporate it. Translation: the super brain will impose itself on you. This is called mind control, plain and simple. You'll be able to "think with the super brain," which directs your thought patterns and your conclusions. Again, mind control. The super brain is like a very, very wise parent who gives you "best information and best conclusions." You will obey, because the parent is right, correct, and is looking out for your best interests.

My book instead proved that HIV - wherever it came from - was a harmless retrovirus that was being used as a cover story to explain/conceal an emerging depopulation operation in the Third World. HIV was also a cover for other agendas outside the Third World. As long as AIDS is the target of WHO/UN "humanitarian" efforts, the actual causes - which are easily reversible - of death in Africa, Asia, and Latin America are allowed to remain and fester and expand.

Technocracy is the latest piece of insanity derived from the notion that you can have everything you want handed to you on a silver platter. I have news. At bottom, people don't want that silver platter. They want the fruits of their own efforts. They want the joy that comes from those efforts and freely made choices. Technocracy is the latest effort to explain "the genius mystery." It offers the lunatic notion that genius is a mere program that can be loaded into a brain. That's called a metaphor, but it's being taken seriously as a literal explanation.

You can imagine a cosmos that is a forgery of, and a substitute for, the individual. In fact, historically, people have done that on a continuous basis. It?s called organized religion. Contrary to the silliness that prevails in some quarters, the future is not written. It is wide open. It is a space that is waiting to be made. And no one can make it for you.

How did we get into this mess? The answer is simple. We forgot about what freedom is. For decades, we've taken it for granted. We've overlooked the study of freedom and its implications.

My prediction is that in the next three years the definition of AIDS will continue to expand. This will increase the numbers of cases being reported, and it will convince most people we are suffering from a new plague. When the vaccines and 'curative' drugs are introduced globally, newer definitions of AIDS will be framed. When the definitions are again narrowed, it will appear that suddenly the numbers of cases, owing to the miracle of the new drugs, has diminished. Heroes will be crowned, but in fact a few will realize that the drugs were worthless all along ? a few like you.

The august editors of medical journals have a game they can play. Suppose a drug company has just finished writing up the results of a clinical drug trial and has submitted the piece to a journal for publication. The editor knows the company carried out a half-dozen other such trials on the same drug...and they didn't look good. The drug caused wild fluctuations in blood pressure and blood sugar. There were heart attacks. Strokes. But this ONE study, the one submitted for publication, looks very positive. The editor knows if he prints it and forgets about "ethics," the drug company will order re-prints of the piece from him and distribute them to doctors all over the world, and to reporters, professors, government officials. The drug company will order and pay for so many re-prints, the medical journal can make $700,000 from publishing THAT ONE STUDY. Let's see. In one hand, the editor sees: I won't publish it=no money. In the other hand, he sees: I'll publish it=$700,000. What to do?

You can roll up Bilderberg, the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, the World Trade Organization, NAFTA, and the several current trade treaties nearing completion? you can insert all these Rockefeller Globalist forces into one great corporate agenda, and? There is a problem. A problem for Globalism. This is, behind the scenes, what the titans of control are whispering about. It starts here: understand that mega-corporations are the instruments of world domination. They move into countries where cheap labor, land, and resources are abundant, and they take over. This is what they?re meant to do. This is the plan. Intelligence agencies and armies may precede them, but the corporations are the most capable organizations on the planet, when it comes to exercising enduring control. The top three or four hundred corporations are responsible for at least 25% of all world trade. However? here is the rub. As Globalist policies allow corporations to shut down domestic factories in industrialized countries and open up those same factories in places where slave wages are the order of the day; as tariffs on imported goods are canceled, killing off businesses that try to compete with mega-corporations; as leading economies decline? The consumer base for these mega-corporations shrinks. To put it simply, the corporations sell products. They need buyers. All over the world. The top manufacturing corporations are running their assembly lines at about half-capacity. They could produce much, much more of what they sell. But only a tenth of the world population has the means to buy these products.

How is imagination torn down? Through disappointment. Through the ?practical? advice of those around us who are tied to conformity. It is also diminished through a loss of appetite for adventure. How can we possibly give power to our imaginations if we?ve lost our appetite for adventure? Why is it that people believe the odds they?re facing are insurmountable? Because they?ve devalued themselves. Consequently, we devalue our imaginations. Let?s get back to the best of who we are. One might say that to the degree which success has been attained in any area, there has always been a kind of quantum leap, a devil-may-care attitude. Jon invites us to renew our sense of the ?leap.?

Now, what about this higher hidden elite or elites, what about it, or them? We get a glimpse of this in organized religion. An organized religion is a sort of sewn-up, finished-off, complete cosmology of the universe at whose apex sits the ruler. Now, this really has little, if anything, to do with one's own personal relationship with what one takes to be God, whatever that may be if it exists for you at all. What organized religion offers instead is a map, a cosmological map, in which there is established a hidden elite that makes the game, that puts the time-space continuum here and keeps it going and adds to the confusion of the ebb and the flow of invented civilizations and destroyed civilizations by somehow insisting that its members undertake certain anti-human activities: cruel crusades, wars, conflicts, efforts to convert the great unwashed and all of that which play such a key role in the history of this planet.

The CDC has large numbers of vaccine scandals buried in their files. One of them involves a vast over-exaggeration of flu deaths in the US every year. As researcher Peter Doshi noted, years ago, the old canned figure for annual flu deaths, 36,000, was a gross exaggeration. One year, the actual number of confirmed flu deaths in America?where the flu virus was positively identified?was, wait for it: 18. Of course, the CDC uses those flu-death stats to convince Americans they must take the flu vaccine.

You can't deny the creative ability of a human being and then go on to say: "We will build a just and good world." Those two plans are incompatible; you can't do it. If there is any esoteric lesson in history, that's the lesson.

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American Artist and Investigative Journalist, Publisher of