Wednesday, May 21, 2014

#1050: Jon Rappoport


Jon Rappoport is a deliriously insane “independent researcher” and blogger. According to his bio, he “has lectured extensively all over the US on the question: Who runs the world and what can we do about it?” For the last decade, however, he has “operated largely away from the mainstream” because, as he puts it, “[m]y research was not friendly to the conventional media.” Indeed. His independent research encompasses “deep politics, conspiracies, alternative health, the potential of the human imagination, mind control, the medical cartel, symbology, and solutions to the takeover of the planet by hidden elites.”

He is, for instance, a germ theory denialist, and in his post “Germ theory and depopulation” (discussed here) he argues that “[i]n general, so-called contagious diseases are caused, not by germs, but by IMMUNE SYSTEMS THAT ARE TOO WEAK TO FIGHT OFF THOSE GERMS” (yes, the capitalization is in the original). Indeed, “GERMS ARE A COVER STORY. What do they cover up? The fact that immune systems are the more basic target for depopulation and debilitation of populations.” The main tool is of course vaccines, which are weapons the nefarious powers that be use to kill off, well, it is a bit hard to see, partially because Rappoport’s post is mostly all-caps from there. At least HIV is a cover story as well.

He has a similar screed on flu vaccines on whale.to if that’s the kind of stuff you fancy reading. It is barely grammatical, but at least he gets his enthusiastic anger across rather well.

Currently Rappoport seems to write on various topics for InfoWars. Recently, for instance, Rappoport and InfoWars dubbed Rep. Tim Murphy’s bill seeking to reform the way the government addresses mental health services a “diabolical legislative package,” since Rappoport thought the legislation would require almost all children to take “psychiatric meds,” and that the bill will ultimately give the federal government “a monopoly of the mind.” Yeah, that’s the way he rolls.

Diagnosis: Hysterically crazy; and his influence is probably not quite as limited as his level of crazy should suggest.

28 comments:

  1. Has anyone taken on this man in a debate? I would love to see someone deal with his arguments.

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  2. Why don't you form an actual rebuttal instead of calling someone crazy? It actually makes you look unintelligent. This guy is actually right and the reason these people are able to get away with the things they are getting away with is because they have convinced you that anyone who opposes your oppressor, you will dismiss and isolate. Look up instructional videos from the 50s that were shown in schools. They were made by a corporation called McGraw-Hill. They so large they have divide their business into different units, telecommunications, banks, schools, agriculture, metals, publishing, and so on. Psychiatric medications have metals in them. There's a group of carefully selected scientists isolated at each pole. You can move metal with magnets can you not? All our food is enriched with metals, the lines in the skies you see from planes are metal. Seriously, do some frigging research and make connections. These days if you are able to focus on more than one thing they call it a disease and alter you through drugs. Or if someone cannot follow along with what you're saying they call you schizophrenic.


    Come on people, keep up. Look into it.

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    1. Right on Kasey Olivia! Interconnected thinking, joining the 'dots'..yes.

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    2. Ahhh...can you hear the loons? It's a beautiful sound....shhhh

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  3. Oh and let's not forget the mercury in your precious vaccines.


    Did you know that the CIA once posed as public health officials in the south and gave black people syphallis by pretending to give them free health care?

    Free flu shots at Rite Aid everyone!

    Fuq that.

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    1. There was never a good justification for using thimerosal in vaccines. The ehtyl mercury dissociates in aqueous solution and binds to the proteins in the vaccines. The sulfhydryl groups are very strong mercury ligands, stronger than almost anything. It is a well-known chemical fact that sulfur forms the tightest bond with mercury out of any element. Just look up the dissociation constant of cysteine and mercury.

      This is the main reason why it is not even a very good preservative. Molecules like phenol and phenoxyalcohol are much better in this regard since they don't break down. These two preservatives inhibit DNA replication in growing bacteria.

      The other reason not to use thimeroal is that it is way more toxic to humans than bacteria. It also accumulates and is difficult to get rid of. The ethylmercury binds to the methionine and cysteine groups of enzymes and other proteins interfering with them and sometimes denaturing them.

      They removed this inexcusable toxin from vaccine for the most part. This proves my point that it was never necessary to begin with. what justification do they have for using it for 80 years when it could have been supplanted by the cheaper and safer phenol this entire time?

      All we get are insultingly stupid answers the the CDC and their propagandists. Can you come up with a halfway decent rationalization?

      I bet you can't. If there was one I would have heard it by now.

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    2. My reason is that they made sure to keep it in their toxic and worthless flu vaccines and push them hard on pregnant women, new borns and the elderly, exactly the most sensitive populations to be irreparably harmed by the introduction of nano tubules of incredibly toxic potent Mercury and aluminum. We are not human to the powers that be. bWe are livestock animals to be exploited and slaughtered at their whim. The drugs, educational system, consumer culture and enforced conformity are all mechanisms of submission and control.

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  4. I'm with you Kasey! I think maybe G.D. has been affected by the vaccines he's taken.

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  5. This is noble but crazy money corrupts faster than fire

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  6. Don'the know how I got on Jon's e-mail list, but I get more content than I can keep up with... I share Jon's healthy mistrust of ever enlarging institutional momentum, so my curiosity is easily tickled by his topical content... still, I find myself questioning this mans ability to differentiate perception from reality. He teaches that private imagination is the most trustworthy reality, because, in his mind, the trajectory of tangible reality has been hijacked by strong-willed conspiritors who want to keep the masses dull of mind, so as to make it easier for them to strategically steer our allegiance into their tightly controlled schemes. It seems Jon has withdrawn himself into sort of functional paranoia where he seeks pure self-empowerment through imagination only. He evangelizes for the private world of "imagination" - where self-determined realities are birthed. These imagine-driven "realities" cannot be molested by any of the nefarious conspirators operating in what he calls the "matrix" dimension. In summation, I think Jon has been deeply influenced by ancient mystic philosophies of mind-over-matter; but he replaces 'mind' with 'imagination' - a twist that urges readers to believe that imagination is more powerful than matter. He venerates human imagination as GOD... a GOD without any guidelines or boundaries. According to him, the universe of the mind has no boundaries, therefore creations drawn by the imaginative mind are more powerful than fixed forces at work in the physical universe. His equation is simple: UNBOUND is greater than BOUND, therefore UNTAPPED IMAGINATION is greater than ESTABLISHED REALITY. He does not recognize the error in this premise, so he keeps adding to the narrative. All this makes him an interesting person, but I find his emphasis unbalanced in favor of delusion. Truth is, one does not have to unplug from reality in order to maximize the untapped power of imagination. Genius is wasted if it excites no one but self.

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    1. I do not think Jon is delusional at any level. He has uncovered the truth about GM crops, fake viruses, and how valuable depopulation has become to certain individuals. If you think that new diseases with unknown origin, radical increases of birth defects, radical increases of autism, and other unexplainable diseases are the cause of nothing, then you are the one that is delusional.
      When doctors have no explanation for a newly found disease or unexplainable reasons for a patient's illness, they give them pharmaceuticals. Prior to the mass increase in GM crops, disease was rather simple to indentify. Anyone that cannot connect the dots is part of the experiment. I have kept myself healthy over the years with natural remedies, clean food, exercise, and a keen eye to stay away from suggestive gimmicks. I consider flu shots, new vaccines, GMO ridden foods, newly marketed medications, tap water, and other highly publicized and pushed products to be harmful to the human body. The individuals that I know who use all of these products are in bad shape. They have fibromyalgia (unknown disease), rheumatoid arthritis (newly made-up disease), mental disorders (recently discovered), overweight/extremely bloated (very typical from GM posioning),loss of memory, and severe depression (formerly very upbeat individuals). There is no way the correllation between GM foods and sickness can be nullified. Scientists from around the world have verified Monsanto products and their GM crops cause several illnesses.
      You, as a pessimistic, unconcerned individual have nothing to offer the people who are unimformed and uneducated about the evil individuals in large governments that take bribes (contributions via lobbying) are corrupting the natural balance of God's creation.
      If you are not part of the solution, then you are part of the problem!

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    2. Well, Jon is on the right side of about 80% of the issues. the other 20% are waky tobaccy. After reading several of his rambling articles, I have come to conclusion that the man is or was clearly a genius, but he's lost his mind. there are dozens of independent investigative journalists out there doing better work, but Jon's contribution is that, despite is obvious need for so,escort of medical intervention, there is a fine journalistic mind and a deep sense of humanity driving his work. His "news articles" which are really more of a blog, since he seems to have no regard for his chosen mediums strict credos of impartiality, is that of a rambling but neatly folded up compendium of other sources, credible for he most part,vino have written the careful and well regarded articles for the respected alternative journalistic websites. Jon's is, unfortunately, not one of them, nor will it ever be, until he gets what I suspect is a bipolar condition properly looked after. I do wish him well.

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    3. don't forget the "(guess what?)" thats what..but why? because i said soo.the new consensus

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  7. "Barely grammatical"; did you mean to say
    "grammatically incorrect"? SOMEONE is quite
    illiterate, here, and it "ain't" Jon.

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  8. I've read a number of Jon's books over the years. He does not seem crazy to me. His discussions on imagination led me to spontaneously paint 5 paintings a few weeks ago. I'm not a painter! I have also fact checked his claims to the best of my ability and have found him to be accurate.

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  9. There is only one loon here and it's the blogger. Jon Rappoport's analyses of the HIV and Ebola hoaxes are clearly and cogently argued. You will notice that the blogger here instantly reverts to insults, the tactics of a child. He/she is incapable of arguing a rational case. I'm not surprised though, because when it comes to arguing the case for HIV/AIDS it really is a lost cause. The theory has more holes than a collander

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    1. Nobody can rationally defend the HIV/AIDS hypothesis. Duesberg and the Perth Group have made it clear that the HIV/AIDS hypothesis is a fraud.

      This is easier to prove than most frauds. There are so many holes that nobody seems to mention AIDS anymore; they just want to let this one fade from the public's memory.

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  10. I find John Rappoport to be a highly gifted writer with accuracy and passion. This blogger is a nutter.

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    1. I quite agree—especially with this blogger being a nutter. You can tell how proud he is about what he writes by his extensive profile. LOL! Here's an idea for you G.D., why don't you make all those you consider to be an “American Loon” two feet tall like Oliver Crangle did in the Twilight Zone episode “Four O'Clock?” Be forewarned though, you just might become two feet tall yourself. ;)

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    2. Well, GD just attacks anyone who doesn't agree with the government narrative, or anyone who isn't atheist. Facts aren't important to him (which is why he uses sources like Quackwatch and RationalWiki).

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  11. When Jon goes esoteric I tend to tune out but his natural/alternative health information is exactly right. I am a retired medical research analyst and I agree with everything he has presented regarding the predatory medical industry. Simply following the well documented history of the Rockefeller clan and Big Pharma is sufficient to understand what has happened and confirm Jon's information. Moreover, look up the credentials of Catherine Austen Fitts, and ask her opinion of Jon. They are great friends. He is very respected by everyone who knows anything.

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  12. The blogger is the loon. Jons one of the most readable cogent well informed writers it has been my pleasure to read in the blogosphere. GD stoopid might be a good suffix, to your initials. LOL

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  13. First and last time reading this crap. As the wise old statement goes, don't argue with stupid people! They bring you down to their level and beat you with experience. That's all the time I will spend on GD.
    Jon rappoport is only human, but quite a bright one for certain.

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  14. Unabelievable1 We're getting nutter Rappoport on climate denial and apparently he has a good few followers in these comments. It's a terrible waste of time, something we don't have a lot of these days on climate. Time will out the dangerous delusion, but time is running out. Time to pay attention to the world around you and notice the evidence is piling up.

    I'm not going to try to respond, just wanted to thank the author for identifying yet another person working against our human future.

    By the way, anti-vaxxers: congratulations on bringing measles back. Way to go!

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    1. Who says that measles is back? It's probably propaganda from the pro-vaccine crowd.

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