Jon RappoportJon Rappoport, American author, investigative reporter, writer

Jon Rappoport Quote

“Think about the agendas behind universal vaccination, climate change, universal psychiatric treatment, GMO food, and other 'science-based' frauds. They all imply a false collectivist model, in which individuals give up their power in exchange for 'doing good' and becoming members of the largest group in the world: 'disabled' people with needs that must be addressed and satisfied. Instead of supporting the liberation of the individual, the controllers want to squash it. Why? Because they fear individual power. It is forever the unpredictable wild card. They want a society in which every thought an individual thinks connects him to a greater whole---and if that sounds attractive, understand that this Whole is a fiction, intentionally faked to resemble a genuine oceanic feeling.”

Jon RappoportJon Rappoport
~ Jon Rappoport

introduction to 'The Matrix Revealed,' by Jon Rappoport

Ratings and Comments

Mike, Norwalk

WOW! ! ! said extremely well and accurate. We hold this truth to be self evident. ! ! ! Explicit, simple and precisely correct.

Wolf, Washington

Give me a break! The, "individual," as Rappaport describes in a modern society is the atomization of the electorate for some imaginary political principle. The truth is that we are individuals in our personal lives, and we band together for the common good in our political lives. Even Libertarians have a party.

Ronw13, Oregon

Boy, this quote is a Hot Potato. Well done. For someone like Mike, Norwalk, his keen intellect and strength of observation to agree with such a quote, astounding. It would bring me to think he has more insight, than that spoken. That goes for others who speak in this blog also. Socialist indoctrination and the Mystery of Iniquity within the denominational Christian church at large. Sounds like a Good title for an upcoming release. The individual at true liberty with a purpose to save other individuals. WHAT IF, your wildest dreams and greatest hopes were Realized. At first the earnest must be perceived, then put to use. And for those that have it, they Know it. To what degree it is exercised is based upon desire. The success is governed by the degree of known access to the knowledge base. A very small minority among a large majority. Non profit, funded by free will donations. This is the type of association watched, by other leaders within the church at large, Church and State. I always wondered, Why, so many professionals from the military and industry were in these classes. Who was this teacher, other than an honest man? I knew then but now I Know, better. It is not the intellect that guides, but the Spirit that gives light to understanding. The quote as Mike states, simple and to the point. But, that type of gathering of the people, will only last for a short season. there is a predestination according to foreknowledge, concerning this United States of America, as with all nations. The scary part is when we find out, we are Not Alone. Semper FI

Jim K, Austin

A great quote.

Mike, Norwalk

Ron13 thank you. A favorite study of mine is ancient Hebrew natural law. At such, there are major differences between sin, transgression and iniquity. By way of extreme brevity: sin is the breaking of law, transgression is living a lower law and iniquity is that which is contrary to righteous substance. May be explained by Hebrews 11:1 use of substance - the Greek teshypostasis (a substantive foundation - such as rock, another analogy). All have the resulting same end, just different descriptions of events on how to get there. So, your 2 Thes. reference fits well this quote, especially when considering the last phrase; intentionally faked to resemble a genuine oceanic feeling. The mystery of iniquity has left not only the church with out the spirit, it is the description of a nation without natural law and its administrative face - common law To the quote, it references genuine oceanic feeling or, a maritime jurisdiction where the commanding officer is a totalitarian dictator over the collective - OUT SIDE common laws described liberty.

Patrick Henry, Red Hill

Underlying collectivism-progressivism is a fundamental denial of the dignity of the individuality of the Sovereign Individual.

A truly virtuous society is comprised of Sovereign Individuals who are at liberty to act in their own enlightened, right principle delimited, best interests.

Characteristically, collectivists cloak their power lust in an ostentatious mantle of affected altruism.

The wholly less than benign ambitions of collectivist-progressives are convincingly revealed in their furious cultivation of dependency on the State in those populations whom they would subjugate.

E Archer, NYC

Excellent!! When did we start to believe that institutionalizing people was the same as civilizing ourselves?

If a society subsidizes corralling people together and commanding them to line up, sit down, pay attention, see the school nurse, meet with guidance counselor, shower in groups, and general 'socialization' from age 5 to 18 (and longer for those ear-marked to 'lead') in 'institutions of learning' strapped to a desk for the rest of their lives (if all works out well), how 'sane' can the populace end up being?

It just boggles the mind to see how far collectivists have gone to eradicate nearly any true individuality, any true accountability, any true choice in life. Just a series of programs designed and tested to make obedient citizens that have been conned out of their power. Treating people like domesticated animals is the rule now -- it's just that some people are treated like polo ponies and others as mules.

People who have not been exposed to decades of 'socialization' are more apt to think for themselves and reject collectivist viewpoints on their face.


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