Jon Rappaport: ‘Starve The Swamp’

… Logicians… have a reputation for being pensive, detached, and a bit reserved. That is, until they try to train all of their mental energy on the moment or the person at hand, which can be a bit uncomfortable for everyone.

Sage Hana

Despite being aware of the AIDS hoax, ‘no virus‘ concept and decentralised understanding of sickness I was still discomfited by Rappaport’s logic in this conversation.1Realising I’m still harbouring some illusions about myself and others. You might be too.

… mass formation… is the easy way out… each person CHOSE to fall under the spell… there’s a moral choice involved… at some level all of these notions of mass whatever, negate the idea of free will and individual freedom.

Jon Rappaport

Starving the swamp…

… turning the oil tanker of culture… will take time, personal action and accountability. | |

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    Realising I’m still harbouring some illusions about myself and others.

Infighting – a historical warning

Steve Kirsch claims the ‘no-virus-people’1Drs. Sam and Mark Bailey for example weren’t prepared to defend their science in a recorded public debate.2But there’s evidence they were – even though some, like Jon Rappaport consider such debate inappropriate.

The Breggins are dissing Mattias Desmet and the mass formation perspective.

Dr. Robert Malone is fending off ‘controlled opposition’ accusations, citing the historical example of Jacobinism as he does so.

Psychotherapist Todd Hayen thinks this infighting, intolerance and polarisation is consciously fostered to help the agenda.