Podcast: Kill-Shot Psychiatry, George Carlin, hero Peter Breggin
And the Real Drug War That Is Eating America
The response to my launch of podcasts has been terrific.
Pay a few bucks to subscribe, and listen to something that is definitely unique. I assure you, I’m pulling out all the stops.
The recently launched and failed streaming debacle, CNN+, could only wish they had my podcasts to deliver. They would have built ratings through the roof---because people want to UNDERSTAND the real issues that radically change their lives. Issues I’ve been investigating and reporting on for 35 years.
These audio presentations give me a chance to blend my personal experiences with hard information. I can finally tell the stories behind the stories---how I came to discover hidden elements of the Deep Culture that has been transforming the West.
It’s far from doom and gloom, because there have been heroes I’ve met and known along the way. Men and women who’ve stood against the tide. So these podcasts are their stories as well.
It’s the story of one of my deepest and longest investigations.
I describe my first face to face meeting with Dr. Peter Breggin in Los Angeles. It was a major turning point for me. Peter is the pioneering psychiatrist who blew the whistle on his own profession and, by sheer force of personality and relentless intelligence, armed with a mountain of shocking facts, survived all the blows his colleagues could try to rain down on his head.
In person, and on-camera, Peter is a star. When he starts talking, he delivers truth as few people can.
George Carlin was a different kind of star. My one conversation with him, a few years before his death, shed light on something entirely unexpected. We spoke between sets of one of his electrifying performances in San Diego---and I realized how audiences were changing.
They were drugged---and not in a good way (if there is a good way).
They were casualties in the drug war. I go into the real nature of that war in my new podcast. At various times in my 84 years, I’ve seen, up close and personal, the effects of medical and street drugs on radically different groups of people---in normal small towns all the way up to corporate board rooms.
This is the real zombie apocalypse. And it has as much or more to do with big banks as it does with venomous street dealers.
I’m committed to making this war known and understood, in every possible way---and I pull no punches in the podcast.
There is another hero I talk about in the podcast, a DEA agent I interviewed off the record, who spelled out how the whole Congress and the President (Obama) opened the door wide to Pharma companies---traffickers in the deadliest drugs ever to hit America’s streets.
A significant amount of the insane and incomprehensible statements and actions we’ve been witnessing around us have their hidden roots in effects of drugs. The celebration of drugs (both street and pharma) took off 50 years ago. It was a planned operation, designed to destabilize and take down societies and nations.
In fact, much earlier, in the 1950s, the CIA, during its infamous MKULTRA mind control program, was consciously seeking out drugs that could disable populations. This was one of the secret aspects of MKULTRA.
The result of that plan and that search came to fruition---but not within the CIA. The overwhelming success was transferred to the field of psychiatry, which became the kissing cousin of the CIA---and psychiatry was medically justified (through fraudulent research) and enthroned with official status by national governments.
Psychiatry IS the official gatekeeper of the mind and consciousness.
And it is also the dispenser of killer drugs.
Originally, I planned to boil down and limit this podcast, time-wise, but I quickly realized that, of course, the material and the vital stories were the whole point…and as long as it took, I would tell the tale. In the fullest terms possible. No holds barred.
That’s what I’ve done.
If you know my work, you know I’m not out to bore people. Facts are supposedly to be ALIVE, and they are when you see the human effects behind the data.
As always, thank you for your support.
-- Jon Rappoport
Twitter and Gab: @jonrappoport