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Podcast: How "THE VIRUS" is used as a CIA-type cover story
The fake story conceals enormous crimes; people still don't get it; I'll break it down
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So-called viruses aren’t discovered, aren’t isolated; but what’s the other half of the deception?
When I published my first book, AIDS Inc.: Scandal of the Century, in 1988, molecular biologist Peter Duesberg said, “I already knew about the science, but Jon taught me about the politics…”
Peter was referring to the use of the virus narrative as a cover story, a way of hiding major crimes.
Yes, THE VIRUS is a story, and it’s been used in many places and times to conceal what’s really going on under the surface.
As I’ve said a hundred times, the virus is the greatest cover story ever invented.
Outfits like the CIA deploy cover stories every day. They’re part and parcel of every covert operation. The stories invent a whole fake world to con the public into believing X is happening—while actually Y is the secret reality.
Medical operatives are even better at this con than the CIA.
AIDS and COVID are two of the biggest grifts.
It’s where fake science shows up to get government and corporate predators off the hook.
Exactly how do these VIRUS cover stories work? What crimes are they concealing? I’ll give you the details.
Fake science goes wild. Killers go free.
And I’ll describe how, in the spring of 1988, my book, AIDS INC., found its way into a diplomatic pouch headed for Russia. It was an attempt to counter the virus cover story coming out of East Germany.
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-- Jon Rappoport
(Rappoport Podcasts, Episode 045)