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Podcast: The Theatrical Stage Play called Election Campaign 2024
What it’s REALLY all about; Trump, Kennedy, and mind manipulators; Archetypes of candidates play their roles, and the American people are fooled again
I’m going still deeper into the staged event called Campaign Season. I’m going very deep.
The whole effort of the campaign is presenting the public with choices and men who will make no waves in the…
Ever-advancing power and control of the federal colossus, which has been steadily getting bigger and more predatory ever since George Washington.
In 2023 and 24, the public is supposed to believe this is a BETTER election season, with more choices, and a glimpse of light at the end of the tunnel. Because among the candidates, there is a wide range of differences.
You can order DeSantis from the menu. Or Trump. Or Kennedy.
But the true theme of the campaign season is mind control.
The public, the audience is being “taught” that among the candidates, they can find one who is a BREAKOUT from business as usual.
I’ll explain why that is not the case. I’ll explain what these archetypes of candidates actually represent, and why they’re convincing…when they’re really deceptive.
I’ll go into what our counter-revolution actually is. How it entails and demands DISRUPTION in the minds of the public. Disruption at a level that disturbs the status quo of consciousness.
I’ll describe how that disruption can occur during an election campaign.
IF people are willing to look at the truth, instead of what’s comfortable.
Having “the best of intentions” and “the highest motives” is the con job.
As I say, the campaign is a theatrical stage play, and we need to understand who’s playing which archetypal role, for what purpose, and how these roles have broad appeal…
Thus keeping the public inside a big bubble.
As a reporter and writer, I have 40 years of experience DISRUPTING the status quo, and I’ve traveled a long way in understanding how the status quo is built. It’s built in obvious ways and very non-obvious ways.
This podcast is all about the non-obvious.
It turns out that Kennedy is the most non-obvious actor on stage. And he doesn’t know it. He doesn’t know he’s a crucial part of the play.
Join me in this podcast.
-- Jon Rappoport
(Rappoport Podcasts, Episode 049)