Old president launches new revolution

by Jon Rappoport December 31, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) September 12, 2043. In a crumbling industrial district of a desolated city on the eastern seaboard, I finally found former President Jack Talmadge. He was standing behind the counter inside a dim storefront. People told me you were dead, Jack. Yeah, well, I wanted them to assume that. So what are you doing these days? Splitting things apart. What? I was faced with a choice, given the state of the nation. Try to glue together a new unity, or decentralize power. After a lot of thought, I went with decentralize. When the Constitution was canceled, back in ’39, and the Monarchy was installed, I saw no other option. So what are you doing? For one thing, individuals need cover. Lots of cover. I’m offering cheap ID packages. These days, a person needs to be at least six different people. I’ve got vaccine passports. You invent your name and I enter it on the passport and in databases. I back up your new name with other forms of ID. Insurance cards, tax records, military service records, voter registration, and so on. All that for each new identity? You

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Outside the Reality Machine

by Jon Rappoport December 29, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) READER: Mr. Rappoport, why do you sometimes write fiction/satire? ME: Because if you think non-rational reality can be solved simply by rationally setting the record straight, you’re sadly mistaken. Look around you. READER: Are you saying reality itself is non-rational? ME: That’s exactly what I’m saying. What we take to be reality is exported to us, and we import it and accept it. That situation is entirely irrational. At the deepest—and therefore—most important level, each one of us is capable of creating the reality we most profoundly desire. I need to catch a train and I’m late Finally a clerk directs me to a set of stairs But after I run down two flights I wind up on the wrong track I’m familiar with these set-ups —On board a pleasure yacht I’m alone in the dining room at 2 in the afternoon A waiter brings me a glass of champagne He looks like Al Capone He sits down next to me and pulls out his tax forms I spread them on the table and study them All in order, I say Nothing to worry about The

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The Extraterrestrial, the self-important Earth Person, and the Pig

by Jon Rappoport December 24, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) There was no ship and no landing. The ET just coalesced as a shining stick figure in the living room of James Smyth III, the chairman of the International Association of Art Museums. It was late in the evening, and Smyth was alone. The chairman registered no shock. The ET said, “I chose you as my initial contact, because you have connections in politics and media.” “I might be able to sponsor a conference.” “I want private talks.” “Oh. Yes. Of course.” Then this interchange occurred: You know, Mr. Smyth, the most significant subject I could broach is Reality. I’ve often thought about it while walking the lonely halls of an empty museum late at night— Reality is elastic. But in order to see that, a person has to deploy his imagination. Otherwise, Reality can appear to be a block of steel. You know, I’ve seen and talked with very famous celebrities. Some of them seem to have a glow around them. Is there a way to change my DNA so I can emit that glow? Mr. Smyth, if Reality had a plan, it would be to

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The non-existent virus: why I keep pounding on this

by Jon Rappoport December 15, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) Why have I spent nearly two years asserting that SARS-CoV-2 doesn’t exist? Because it doesn’t exist. And as my regular readers know, I’ve offered much evidence to back up that claim, and the claim that virology itself is a worthless sham. But there is a larger point. I’ve made the point for over 20 years. Reality is invented. I sometimes characterize the operation with this name: The Reality Manufacturing Company. It’s the oldest company on Earth. Propaganda? Of course. But more than that—the engineering of perception. Because if they can get people to see how they want them to see, nothing else matters. Once their perception-package is installed, people have no idea that anything else exists. And the main forgotten factor? Every individual has his own UNIQUE and DIFFERENT way of seeing. A way that exists outside of any programming. Which is why I continue to write about artists. THEY are the ones who express their own unique ways of seeing. They always have—when they weren’t bribed and co-opted into going along with the Reality Manufacturing Company’s perception package. I’ve often written, “Every individual is an artist

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Here comes the COVID Judge; staging life

by Jon Rappoport October 8, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) In the 45th year of lockdowns, under the dome of Mars Colony Two, in the city of Fauci, an appeals court Judge held a private hearing, for the purpose of questioning Dr. Wen Ho Goldberg, an eminent NSA psychologist on loan from the Earth Universal Surveillance Program. Dr. Goldberg, let me summarize the situation. On Mars, the Great Awakening took place 25 years ago. We realized there was no virus, the tests were meaningless, the case and death numbers were largely the result of relabeling traditional lung conditions and calling them “COVID.” And yet, our citizens PREFERRED living under lockdown and carrying on the better part of their lives virtually, without personal face to face contact. So the lockdowns have become Culture. Yes, your honor, I understand. And you want me to offer an opinion about what would happen if you tried to force the citizenry OUT OF lockdown mode. Correct. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That’s it? If you force people into public spaces, you’re going to get fear and panic, crime waves, acts of terrorism. In lockdown mode, people are compliant and calm.

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“It ignited a firestorm on social media”

by Jon Rappoport September 8, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) PART ONE: THE NEW INTELLECTUALS Welcome to the show. I’m your host, YouGluer the Magnificent. My guest today calls himself Brad Douchebag. Brad has 1.3 million Twitter followers. So Brad, what’s your secret to success? Thanks for having me. I scour the web for comments advocating individual freedom of any kind, and I scream against those comments on Twitter. Then my followers pile on with me and create a firestorm. I see. I’m told you’ve made quite a name for yourself in academic circles. Harvard offered me a teaching position in their Department of Social Sciences and Data Analysis. I had to turn it down. Why? I’ve parlayed my social media presence into a business. I sell cheap Chinese masks online. Managing a business requires a great deal of time and energy. Frankly, Harvard’s offer was an insult. 150K a year… PART TWO: APOLOGIZE OR STARVE Joe works for a major corporation. He’s an animal rights advocate. One day, on his personal Twitter account, he posts the following: “What they do to animals in labs is sheer torture. The lab-thugs poison them to discover a precise dose

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The Individual vs. the digital platform; the global rebellion vs. the machine

Washing away the stink of obedience by Jon Rappoport September 8, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) Using fascist vaccine mandates and passports, governments are expanding their digital platform, which is a surveillance and control system. The excuse is: “We have to keep track of everyone who receives the vaccine…we have to make sure they update their booster shots…we have to know the people who are refusing the vaccine… ” Of course, the platform reaches out into, and collects, all sorts of personal information about every person. Medical records, social media presence, consumer habits, political preferences, etc. Underlying this massive and ongoing effort is the assumption that The Individual is a social construct. A unit. An assemblage of data. This unit is entered into algorithms governing millions of units. Thus, the living individual disappears. He is now an abstraction. The repressive State takes on the shape of a technocracy: “We regulate what units (humans) can and can’t do. We fit these units into an overall pattern of enforced behavior that achieves the greatest good for all…” It turns out that many people, badly educated, trained to think of themselves as eternal victims, and resentful toward Constitutional liberties, are

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Covid madness and mass conformity vs. the Life Force

by Jon Rappoport August 26, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) The basic human immune system is HEALTH. VITAL LIFE FORCE. It ISN’T a germ-killing antibody-marching military machine inside the body. However, since modern society is based on a massive attempt to install Pavlovian stimulus-response as the basic principle for “better living,” professionals are going to view Health as a machine-produced outcome. The antibodies march and scout, the T-cell troops come in behind them and attack the invader, and so on. This preposterous bullshit becomes a model of life. And therefore doctors and public health experts are the messiahs who protect us every day from harm caused by the invaders (viruses). This load of gibberish forms the basis for the fake pandemic and the robot responses of the population. LIFE-FORCE, on the other hand, is a unique drive within the individual to express vitality and energy and imagination in the world. When it flows, health flows. Conformity is the “we’re all in this together” lullaby for the mesmerized masses sitting in a decaying common pool of mind control. For five minutes it looks like a superhighway and then you’re in a blind alley at midnight up against a

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The last vaccine resister in Australia

by Jon Rappoport August 26, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) 7News Brisbane, 8/21: “A man has ridden his horse through today’s protest at the Queensland-New South Wales border, encouraging crowds to cross through checkpoints. ‘Cross over! They cannot arrest all of us!’” ABC News Australia, 8/21: “More than 2,000 anti-lockdown protesters gathered in Brisbane’s Botanic Gardens before a planned march through the city…Thousands of demonstrators [in Melbourne] were seen breaking police lines near Parliament House in Spring Street, where the demonstration started…[A Victoria police spokeswoman said that] ‘For the first time during lockdown protests, police were forced to use a range of non-lethal options including pepper ball rounds and OC foam cannisters in an effort to disperse the crowd.’…Each person arrested will be fined $5,452 for breaching lockdown restrictions…” December 2, 2023: Hello, everybody. You’re shocked, right? I just cut in and interrupted the news broadcast you’re watching. I’m sure the cops are busy trying to pinpoint my location. I’m wearing a mask to make it a little harder for them. Not because I’m afraid of a virus. Here in the land down under we’re under the tightest COVID lockdowns in the world. Australian cops are busting

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The Artist against the Syndicate

by Jon Rappoport August 18, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) You’re an unemployed artist. The year is 2061. A series of bombings has rocked the Capitol in the Western White House District, which is located in the heart of Hollywood. The Eastern seaboard is uninhabitable, owing to a mysterious GMO accident, which rendered all plant life in that region poisonous… Reality is a nasty syndicate operation. The technical side is put together by high-IQ idiots. They like to fiddle. They like the con. They like to torpedo the mind. The syndicate is the Reality Manufacturing Company. You buy a ticket to Disneyland, which encompasses the area from San Francisco to Tijuana, go through the big gate, and book a small hotel room in Graphene Village. A note is taped to the back of the toilet, where you’ve been told to look. It’s unsigned. You read it while you’re preparing supper: powdered eggs, water, and a squirt of SweetHeaven: “Greetings, GuestL28. This to warn you the pillars of the community, the people who are supposed to be ‘doing good,’ are up to their necks in the operation. They’re hustling reality like porn.”

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A hundred years in the future: joy during the lockdown

by Jon Rappoport August 12, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) A dreamer dreams many things. In this case, he was merely walking from his living room to the kitchen, and a thought struck him, and he went AWAY for a few seconds, and a dream laid itself out like a fresco…then folded up and disappeared. He shook his head and resumed walking to his kitchen to make coffee. Crazy, he thought. Where did THAT come from? He looked at his watch. Another day in lockdown. THE DREAM: On May 14, 2266, the New England Journal of Medicine and Psychology published a paper titled: WHAT IS ‘A NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCE?’ A quote: “Brain research discovers common patterns of activity across a whole population. These patterns would be called ‘normal’. Exceptions would be classified as various categories of ‘disordered thought’. It’s assumed that only ‘harmonious and symmetrical’ brain patterns are positive and beneficial.” A reader commented: “This assumption is grossly false. It’s a stunted version of aesthetics. Creative force always breaks out of these little geometries. So does every new idea. Increasingly, Earth culture is unable to understand this.” —The reader receives a government notice and is summoned to a

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The Future of the Future

by Jon Rappoport August 9, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) “An artist who has no imagination is a mechanic.” (Robert Henri) “Without the playing with fantasy no creative work has ever yet come to birth. The debt we owe to the play of imagination is incalculable.” (Carl Jung) “What if imagination and art are not frosting at all, but the fountainhead of human experience?” (Rollo May) “Everything you can imagine is real.” (Pablo Picasso) “You cannot hear the waterfall if you stand next to it. I paint my jungles in the desert.” (Macedonlo de la Torre) Face it. For various reasons, the human race is addicted to solving problems, even where problems don’t exist. But imagination, unchained, would take us into a wholly different arena. At some point in the future, art will intersect with reality in a way that exceeds any transformation yet seen. I can’t put a number on the year or the century in which this will occur, but it won’t matter, because when it does happen, something will also happen to time itself… As a result of art, language will change. A new layer will be added to the way we think

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Disrupting the story line of the mechanical mind

Piero della Francesca, Antoni Gaudi, and Salvador Dali by Jon Rappoport July 30, 2021 (To join our email list, click here.) What city is this Whose moments tremble Azure sky and lime lights Walking in the intersections Through the squares of paradise People are solidly addicted to story line. Beginning, middle, end. They want to have it, over and over, in different guises. The ultimate payoff of that addiction? There is none. Except the need for more. Propaganda, media, announced government policy, education, religious messages, hundreds of medical treatments—the underlying theme is polished story line. Wrapped up and sold. When the wrong ending looms like a thundercloud, an order to goes out to hide it or lie about it. When a relentlessly creative individual disrupts story lines, an unlimited number of universes opens up. And every one of them causes tremors in the addict. “Don’t do that. I don’t understand what you’re doing. Stop. It makes no sense. You’re crazy. Where is the ending? Civilization is going to fall into the sea. What is your message? I can’t find it. Boil down what you’re saying. God will punish you.” The addict feels his mind is cracking. He runs screaming in

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