Podcast: The War in the Ukraine; How It Came to This
Tracing the death of PEACE
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Many analysts have weighed in on the “situation” in the Ukraine; the background on the war; Putin’s motives; who’s carrying out clandestine ops; who’s right and who’s wrong, etc.
In this podcast, I’m doing something different.
I’m going to explain what happened to the idea of PEACE.
I’ll trace the death of PEACE and how THAT happened.
Because, make no mistake about it, among all the self-serving motives and political maneuvering, there WERE once millions of people in America who genuinely wanted peace over war.
“Oh yes, I vaguely remember that…”
Why aren’t we seeing massive protests against US involvement in the Ukraine now? Very few people are even asking that question, and fewer still are providing answers.
If you don’t think the PEACE question is important, notice that we have war hawks all over the place who are quite willing to walk up to the brink of nuclear annihilation these days.
The answers I’m going to provide in this podcast explain why I’m on substack writing about CULTURE. The lunatic changes and reversals that have been happening in the culture account for WAR NOT PEACE.
Culture is where the action is. That’s where the action has been for the past 60 years. It changes minds. It dissolves minds.
And yes, for those of you who want dots to connect, there are dots. Key names, places, groups.
And yes, the war IS a gateway to further economic destruction, the precursor to a Globalist takeover of nations. I’ll also comment on that.
But the main event, which has become virtually invisible in society today, is the much-maligned desire for peace. That desire has been made so radioactive in this culture, you would think a blanket protest against needless dead bodies on battlefields is a sign of mental illness, if not treason.
Well, that’s what you’re supposed to think.
I’m going to challenge all the “reasoning” which has brought us to this point.
Which has convinced millions of people to now accept roles as walking talking lunatics.
Join me in this vital podcast.
-- Jon Rappoport
PS: Many people have developed an insatiable appetite for journalism that connects dots. That’s fine. But there are other levels of dot connection. For instance, the nooks and crannies in the mind and psyche where the bubbling brook of cultural messages flows and clots and gathers — leading people to buy new views of reality. Synthetic reality. Crazy reality. I’m walking that investigative road these days. And this podcast is a prime example of what I’ve found.
PS2: Some of you might be thinking, “Hmm. Peace. That idea doesn’t really move my adrenaline. It’s kind of boring. Now if Jon were taking about how the CIA secretly promotes war, I’d be more interested.” My comment: You want a “covert op?” HOW DO YOU THINK PEACE GOT TO BE BORING? That’s a hell of an op. It took a massive amount of planning and execution. In the process, there was a monumental clash of agendas — and the wrong agenda won. I’ll explain in the podcast.