Jon Rappoport Interview With Andy Young & Jason Holmes Regarding Big Psychiatry, Drugs, Transhumanism, The Elections, & More

Source: AlteredGEMedia.com
March 17, 2016

It was a real honour to be joined by Jon Rappoport who has written for newspapers and magazines before freeing himself from the restrictions of the mainstream media by self publishing on the web.

We started off by having a chat about what is really happening behind the show and razzmatazz of the US elections.

We then moved on to discussing at some length trans humanism in it’s many manifestations and how we are all being slowly drawn into this creeping agenda.

Jon is a great speaker and we could have chatted with him all night had his busy schedule not prevented it.

We also heard from Jon about his research into psychiatry and how it is all basically pseudo-science and that all psychiatric disorders are entirely made up.

He has also done a lot of research into the damaging effects of the drugs prescribed for these “conditions” and how they so often lead those taking them to commit suicide.

A big thank you to Jon & to everyone for listening to our Jon Rappoport Interview , and supporting us through 2015 and into 2016 😀

You can keep up with Jon’s amazing work by visiting his website NoMoreFakeNews.com & JonRappoport.wordpress.com

How Politics Disempowers The Individual


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Zy Marquiez
June 5, 2016

“When I hear a person talking about political solutions, I know I am not listening to a serious person.”
– George Carlin

Let us explore why politics could disempower the individual.

One of the main ways politics sifts creative potential from individuals is by making it seem like solutions can only come via the establishment.  This is a classic “Don’t worry, you can trust authority/the government” type of situation.  Except, the government almost never takes care of anything notable, and almost always continues towing the party line.

For starters, politics, on paper, is a decent idea.

This is because the idea that a politician [a person that is not infallible, mind you] can, and will, do what’s best for ‘the people’ resonates with many folks.  How could it not? It offers hope and people cling to hope.

Regardless of what political party comes from – if you believe in such a thing – people believe that change can come through the political process.  Why else would a sizeable portion of the populace support politics?

The problem is, just because you believe something, doesn’t make it true.  This is why belief is the enemy of knowledge.

Just because politicians/politics promises positive change, doesn’t mean it will take place.

In fact, time and time again what’s happened is that the political process & politicians have shown how destitute and deletirious the system has become.  After all, administration after administration of both political sides keep supporting the same broken for-profit deteriorating system.

Even though unemployment keeps rising, underemployment keeps rising, more taxes abound, rights are taken away, jobs are shipped offshore, endless waves of illegal immigrants keep coming through taking American jobs, endless spying and privacy issues ensue and more,  what’s worse, many people  still make excuses for the politicians:

“They need more time.”
“It was the previous administration that was at fault.”
“That was all the republican’s/democrat’s fault” [read above]
“Not enough people are voting.”
“Only if we had such and such a candidate” [that’s always backed by the same Banksters/Corporations that continue to support  the evisceration of the constitution and the country]

Etc, etc, etc.

Couple the above with the fact that politics nowadays runs more like ‘reality tv’ scandals that feature  the he-said she-said tabloid-filler drama that people eat up like candy, and you got yourself the main ingredients for distractions, which serves the comptrollers a great deal.

As such, the political voting process of choosing the lesser of two evils [that’s never a bad idea, right?] has become a circus.

Rarely do tangible issues ever get talked about, and if they do, they happen to be swept under the rug at super luminal speed.

The theater of politics serves to keep the illusion that change is right around the corner, but only if you elect someone else in the process.   Another democrat, another republican, another sell out.

This is best exemplified by the quote, “Politicians should wear uniforms like race car drivers so we can identify their corporate sponsors.”

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Let’s hearken back to politics disempowering the individual.

People want solutions.  Solutions are good.

Politicians offer solutions.  Better yet, politicians offer hope.  Without hope, people feel lost.  So they’ve been indoctrinated that change can only come via politics.

See, individuals could never solve things by themselves.  That’s why they need government.  That’s sarcasm by the way.

Unfortunately, it’s the level of thinking government hopes the populace merges with, because intelligent, self-sufficient, BS-detecting individuals are the last thing people with power want.

All the “Trust us, we’re from the government” meme does is lead the boundless power of individuals to be castrated when people buy the ruse hand over fist.

There is no greater power than an individual asserting their inner self.    This can manifest many profound things individually.

A wise person once said don’t put all your eggs in one basket.

Knowing the track record of politicians, its highly likely that this latest s/election will make scrambled eggs of many people’s hopes.

Don’t let it happen to you.

Be inquisitive.

Be relentless.

Above all, assert your own personal power.  Nobody else is going to it for you. 

Don’t allow yourself to become stagnant by counting on others, which is the exact opposite that is needed to enact change.

Become a tornado of creation instead.

Be the spark-plug of your journey.

Pave the way for your own solutions.

That, or wait and see how it goes.

As if we haven’t seen this script already.

Ultimately, you hold the cards to your life.

The choice is yours.

Globalist Peril Vs. The Individual

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Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com
Jon Rappoport
May 4, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)

First, the Globalist peril.

“Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure—one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”
–David Rockefeller, Memoirs, 2003

The man who wrote those words represents a family that has dominated banking, oil, modern medicine, behind-the-scenes politics, and powerhouses of Globalism (e.g., the Council on Foreign Relations) for a century.

Globalism asserts that no nation can be independent from “the family” of other nations, as if it were a matter of fact beyond dispute. A nation claiming its sovereignty thus becomes a lunatic traitor to the natural order of things.

What really binds nations to one another is propaganda, and treaties which are based on the same propaganda, resulting in engorged super-profits for mega-corporations.

Globalism is a secular piece of messianic hype. A Disneyesque altruism is the prow of the ship. Spend 10 minutes educating any street hustler on Globalist principles, and he would recognize it as a standard long con.

Obama’s recent warning to the Brits, that their withdrawing from the Globalist European Union would put them at the back of the line in negotiating a separate trade treaty with the United States, was sheer fiction.

Britain, or any nation, that has goods to sell and a desire to buy will find trade partners. An agreement could be scratched out on a napkin over dinner.

Impending trade deals like the TPP and TTIP are thousands of pages and take so long to negotiate, because the heavy hitters at the table are looking for new ingenious ways to cut and paste the world into larger profits for themselves.

Globalism, hiding behind thousands of academic analyses, picks up jobs from one nation, where wages are reasonable and working conditions are tolerable, and dumps them in hell holes where wages are nearly invisible and conditions are poisonous. It’s that simple, and any moron could see how the job-exporting nations would suffer…if by nations we meant people.

Instead of criminal corporations and criminal investors.

But all this is layered over with “share and care” sop.

The United States government could repeal the NAFTA, CAFTA, and GATT trade treaties tomorrow, and throw current TPP and TTIP negotiating documents out the window…and all would be well. Better.

Much better.

For instance, without NAFTA, US producers wouldn’t have been able to flood Mexico with cheap corn, throwing 1.5 million Mexican corn farmers into bankruptcy, leading many of them to cross the border and come to the US to find work.

No US President since Nixon has disturbed the march of Globalist “free trade.” All Presidents since then have been on board with the Rockefeller plan. And the US economy—which is to say, jobs—has thus faltered. The 2008 financial crash was only one factor in the decline. The promise of cheap imports for sale in the US—the justification for free trade—doesn’t work when people here have no jobs and no purchasing power.

Major media, fronting for free-trade, have panicked over Donald Trump’s claim that he’ll reject Globalism. They would have panicked over Bernie Sander’s similar promise, if they thought he had any chance of defeating Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. The media have their orders from on high—the deck is stacked, the cards were dealt long ago.

Hillary Clinton’s pathetic promises about creating jobs reveal nothing of substance. Small tax breaks for small businesses that “share profits with employees,” the “removal of government red tape,” “funding breakthroughs in scientific and medical research,” “expanding job training opportunities”—the truth is, her basic method for stimulating the economy has always been: find a war, any war, and fight it.

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Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

 

Botched Panama Papers Leak Has Unintended Consequences for the Elite


Source: TheDailyBell.com
April 14, 2016

Panama Papers reveal London as center of ‘spider’s web’ … As-well as shining a spotlight on the secret financial arrangements of the rich and powerful, the so-called Panama Papers have laid bare London’s role as a vital organ of the world’s tax-haven network.  – JapanTimes

The Panama Papers leak has “revealed” London at the center of a “spider’s web,” according to this article, above. It is further evidence that the release of private information was a botched job.

Further down in this article, we’ll discuss the unraveling political system in the US, which is now clearly revealing that parties choose candidates not primaries. Taken together, these developments show once again the impact that the Internet is having on hitherto private structures and their propaganda.

The Panama Papers revelations have convulsed Britain in a variety of ways. The personal affairs of Prime Minister David Cameron have been exposed in the leaks, and he may yet have to resign.

And in the US, as powerful political forces fight back against popular electoral choices Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, anger over the entire primary process is growing and may eventually result in significant political change.

It is certainly important to note such developments – and take them into account when making personal and professional decisions on a variety of fronts. As Western mythologies evaporate, civil society itself becomes more tenuous and prone to disintegration.

We warn about this regularly. As verities self-destruct, a vacuum forms. One needs to be aware of this sociopolitical evolution and to realize that it is going to demand increasing “human action.”

This article in the Japan Times reinforces our argument. It is a clinical removal of the studied media pretense surrounding the City.

The Japan Times is a mainstream media outlet. As such, we are surprised to find an article critical of the City. We don’t often read items in the mainstream media that focus on London’s City, certainly not from the standpoint of white-collar criminality.

It provides further evidence – as has been broadly speculated – that the furtive release of the Panama Papers was a botched mission, possibly led by the CIA.

Why botched? Because of the obviousness of the results. Those who had their information released were often those who were in opposition to the West’s current financial structure. People like Vladimir Putin and the Prime Minister of Iceland who had led an effort to put bankers in jail for various financial transgressions.

Meanwhile, individuals like David Cameron, Prime Minister of Britain were caught up in the leaking. This was surely not its intended purpose and further reinforces the idea that the affair was neither smoothly conducted nor efficiently planned.

It certainly was ambitious in scope, a massive leak that encompassed some 11.5 million emails. The intention is ambitious as well, to embarrass enemies of the Anglosphere and further support international regulation shutting down “offshore” entities.

But the blow-back from this operation is exposing the City itself to an examination that was surely not the intended outcome.

It would seem to show that those behind such ventures still have not figured out how to control the free-flow of information on the Internet that accompanies such obvious manipulations.

In the US, the political process picking the next president is imploding and, as it does, it presents a more naked version of reality.

As Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have both pressed successful campaigns to be nominated as presidential candidates by their respective parties, the push-back has clearly revealed that primary results have little or no impact on the ultimate outcome.

That the political-industrial structure has allowed the veil to be ripped away from mechanism of power politics, thus exposing it, is a shocking development.

One can argue about intentions surrounding this development but one cannot argue with the result: A mythology of democracy has been decimated.

Throughout the US people now grasp the reality of the political process.

Continue Reading At: DailyBell.com

THE BOOMER RETIREMENT MEME IS A BIG LIE

Source: TheBurningPlatform
Jim Quinn
April 4, 2016

As the labor participation rate and employment to population ratio linger near three decade lows, the mouthpieces for the establishment continue to perpetuate the Big Lie this is solely due to the retirement of Boomers. It’s their storyline and they’ll stick to it, no matter what the facts show to be the truth. Even CNBC lackeys, government apparatchiks, and Ivy League educated Keynesian economists should be able to admit that people between the ages of 25 and 54 should be working, unless they are home raising children.

In the year 2000, at the height of the first Federal Reserve induced bubble, there were 120 million Americans between the ages of 25 and 54, with 78 million of them employed full-time. That equated to a 65% full-time employment rate. By the height of the second Federal Reserve induced bubble, there were 80 million full-time employed 25 to 54 year olds out of 126 million, a 63.5% employment rate. The full-time employment rate bottomed at 57% in 2010, and still lingers below 62% as we are at the height of a third Federal Reserve induced bubble.

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Over the last 16 years the percentage of 25 to 54 full-time employed Americans has fallen from 65% to 62%. I guess people are retiring much younger, if you believe the MSM storyline. Over this same time period the total full-time employment to population ratio has fallen from 53% to 48.8%. The overall labor participation rate peaked in 2000 at 67.1% and stayed steady between 66% and 67% for the next eight years. But this disguised the ongoing decline in the participation rate of men.

In 1970, the labor participation rate of all men was 80%, while the participation rate of women was just below 43%. Then Nixon closed the gold window, setting in motion a further debasing of the currency, unleashing politicians to promise voters goodies without consequences, and giving Wall Street bankers and Madison Avenue free rein to use propaganda to bury Americans in debt, while convincing them trinkets and baubles were actually wealth.

Continue Reading At: TheBurningPlatform.com

MSNBC Host Admits Democratic Primary Rigged, While Station Simultaneously Rigs Coverage

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Source: LibertyBlitzkrieg.com
Michael Krieger
March 29, 2016

While it might sound strange, a coronation of Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary will mark the end of the party as we know it. There’s been a lot written about the “Sanders surge,” with much of it revolving around Hillary Clinton’s extreme personal weakness as a candidate. While this is indisputable, it’s also a convenient way for the status quo to exempt itself from fault and discount genuine grassroots anger. I’m of the view that Sanders’ support is more about people liking him than them disliking Hillary, particularly when it comes to registered Democrats. He’s not merely seen as the “least bad choice.” People really do like him.

The Sanders appeal is twofold. He is seen as unusually honest and consistent for someone who’s held elected office for much of his life, plus he advocates a refreshingly anti-establishment view on core issues that matter to an increasing number of Americans. These include militarism, Wall Street bailouts, a two-tiered justice system, the prohibitive cost of college education, healthcare insecurity and a “rigged economy.” While Hillary is being forced to pay lip service to these issues, everybody knows she doesn’t mean a word of it. She means it less than Obama meant it in 2008, and Obama really didn’t mean it.

– From the post: It’s Not Just the GOP – The Democratic Party is Also Imploding

I just finished watching a surprisingly good and honest 14 minute segment on MSNBC’s Morning Joe which covered how the Democratic National Committee has been rigging the primary in favor of Hillary Clinton. Host Joe Scarborough even went so far as to admit the media’s complicity in the process with regard to superdelegates. He notes:

“And I know the Republican party wishes they rigged the process as well as the Democratic party did right now, because they could rig it against Trump — but the Democratic party rigs their process so that these superdelegates, which by the way can move any direction they want, actually skew the process and the reporting so badly that the voters actually don’t have their say when it comes to voting.”

This is a key issue that has been driving me up a wall lately. It is journalistic malpractice for media outlets to include superdelegates in the total tally when these Democratic operatives can switch their support at any point between now and the convention. As we learned in the post Did Hillary Clinton Really Win More New Hampshire Delegates Than Sanders Despite a Landslide Loss?

If Bernie Sanders & Trump Supporter Had This Conversation

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Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com
Jon Rappoport
March 16, 2016

wo years ago, on the 20th anniversary of NAFTA, the Globalist trade treaty, Lori Wallach of Public Citizen wrote, at the Huffington Post (“NAFTA at 20: One Million U.S. Jobs Lost, Higher Income Inequality,” 1/6/2014):

“…outcomes include a staggering $181 billion U.S. trade deficit with NAFTA partners Mexico and Canada and the related loss of 1 million net U.S. jobs under NAFTA, growing income inequality, displacement of more than one million Mexican campesino farmers and a doubling of desperate immigration from Mexico…”

Imagine that two guys (hail Bernie) (hail Trump), after pushing and shoving each other at a rally, crushing each other’s signs, screaming, throwing a few punches, accusing each other of betraying what America stands for, and so on, backed off, settled down a little, and actually (God forbid) started talking—

Hail Bernie Guy: So who the hell are you anyway?

Hail Trump Guy: What the hell are you talking about?

HBG: What do you do?

HTG: None of your business. What do you do?

HBG: Nothing. Not a damn thing. I’ve been looking for work since 2011.

HTG: Bullshit.

HBG: You find that hard to believe, you idiot?

HTG: No. I’m out of work, too. I had a job in a factory in Ohio.

HBG: I worked in a factory in Illinois.

HTG: You’re kidding.

HBG: They stole my job. My company shut down the plant and moved it to Mexico.

HTG: My company went to Bangladesh. The workers there make four cents an hour. If they’re lucky.

HBG: That’s why they relocate. Slave wages, no unions, no safety regulations.

HTG: Jesus, you and I are…

HBG: Looks like we’re in the same friggin’ boat. And it sank.

HTG: My guy Trump says he can bail me out with a job.

HBG: My guy says the same thing. Not sure I really believe him.

HTG: I know what you mean. My guy is a lot of flash.

HBG: My guy thinks the government can fix things. You mean the Congress is going to repeal all those fucking trade treaties that put us in a hole to begin with? I don’t see it happening.

HTG: Exactly.

HBG: Does it occur to you…

HTG: That we’re both being worked over? It sort of does.

HBG: I mean, how is it that, this year, there are two guys running for President who are opposite extremes, and both of them are talking about bringing jobs back to the US and how we’re being screwed? But they’re opposites. Total extreme opposites.

HTG: It’s like somebody wants to put us at each other’s throats, even though…

HBG: We both have the same problem. Caused by the same damn people.

HTG: The Globalists.

HBG: The fucking Globalists.

HTG: Can you imagine what would happen if all of us, all the Americans who’ve been getting screwed in the same way, losing our jobs, were on the same side?

HBG: We could be a fucking tidal wave.

HTG: So who wins by keep us at each other’s throats?

HBG: A Globalist.

HTG: A Globalist who’s running for President.

HBG: Who happens to have a husband who signed the fucking NAFTA treaty in 1993, and put a million Americans out of work.

HTG: Not only that. NAFTA put over a million Mexican farmers in the dumper, too. How many of them do you think have been coming up across the border because they’re broke?

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