What about the virus/vaccine movie? What moves people?
Jon, great point on the foreign naming of disease.
On a sidenote, in 1957, the Age of radar was launched, heaving millions of watts of microwave energy toward our skies. The Asian flu pandemic began in 1957.
Can I love this a thousand times? I adore you Jon Rappoport. You keep me sane with your genius.
Which is why I keep coming back here Jon. Nothing else out there even remotely doing what you're doing.
I haven’t had a flu shot in 26 years, and I haven’t had the *flu* in 26 years. I tell this to people and get looks of astonishment, as if that wasn’t possible. But in some people, I then see a glimmer of putting together two plus two...
very fine essay there Jon, TY
the evidence to keep away from shots for a plague virus
were evident in March 2020, for anyone with common sense
and some previous study of basic science.
[One of the toughest addictions is a thought process that keeps adding up evidence long after the case is already proven. ]
Yeah. The COVID thing seems to never end because so many don't want it to.
[For decades and decades, people have been saying they want DIFFERENT. But do they?]
Whether it's favorite bedtime stories, the latest superhero flick, the new pop song with the same sound effects as the last dozen "hits", or Fast & Furious XVIII, it's pretty clear that most people want a rehash with -slightly- different window dressing.
Even then you'll have s significant number of folks pining for "the good old days."
Excellent column, Jon! Much wisdom there to glean. It’s comforting to have this type of reassurance from a fellow traveler in this parallel outlier world we inhabit.
Yup. It's like watching your kids, despite your best efforts - even keeping the younger ones away from the school system (though they did go to university...) - slide gradually from being able to slice right though nonsense like a hot sharp knife to listening to irrational insanities and believing them, while looking askance at me when I make the most obvious and straightforward statement of actual fact.
It's quite the feat to be able to withstand the incessant onslaught, and twisty little bits do manage to seep in through any tiny cracks, or even breathing pores, of my armour, so that I find myself forgetting there's nothing actually there. They make the language such that it's hard to talk about it (when you can get away with talking about it at all) without TGAs pinging up in the minds of listeners (and even speakers).
😂 Jon, you’re the best! I’m so happy I found you.
Brilliant as always. I have never believed in viruses. Just common sense. I never catch anything from someone else. The only time I got sick is when I was unhappy or stressed out due too much whatever..Nowadays , I believe nothing until I research it myself. I know propaganda when I encounter it.
Demolition. Autophagy. Composting. Refactoring. Actively breaking down structures which have outlived their purposes. Still Life With Woodpecker. The career of an outlaw. Removing the matrices upon which disease attaches and grows. Bright green moss is attacking the roof. It will win the War.
Thank you, Jon. You rock!!
My proclivity for satirical responses, redemed.
Reminds me of the three most profitable words in advertising... "Lather, Rinse, Repeat"!!
New sanity. From the story that being passive makes one highly spiritual by as you put it melting into the cheezeglob.
From the story that the medical industry basically does no harm and is near holiness to the exact opposite.
From seeing where I am being AI predisposed to accept all of the rollout of the planned Technocratic death world be the language they speak.
So I finally started reading books Ive picked up like Sir Gawain and The Green Knight and feed myself with some freaking life!
Ridicule is a useful tool. Too bad the targets don't get it.