Who I write for

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Who I write for

by Jon Rappoport

January 8, 2018

“Imagination is the soul’s way of saying: I never give up.” (The Magician Awakes, Jon Rappoport)

I have published this piece before. It stands as my best description of why I do what I do. And now I’m adding a new introduction:

When I began writing seriously, in the summer of 1959, the idea that I would focus on The Individual was the farthest thing from my mind.

I assumed everyone was an individual. Case closed. Why bother to mention it? Why bother to think about it?

Even then, though, a massive propaganda operation was underway. It was aimed at replacing the individual with the group. Some people call this cultural Marxism. It’s much larger than that. It’s Collectivism at every possible level. It aims to eradicate the individual’s awareness that he is an individual. Why? Because if he truly…

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A UFO encounter for the ages (don’t worry, nothing happened, go back to sleep)

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A UFO encounter for the ages (don’t worry, nothing happened, go back to sleep)

by Jon Rappoport

January 3, 2018

(UFO archive, here)

In my work as a reporter over the past 35 years, I’ve studied how major media cover stories. One of their consistent blunders:

Failure to follow up.

But it isn’t really a blunder.

There is a boundary, and reporters aren’t allowed to cross it.

Therefore, it looks like these reporters are inherently stupid. They don’t ask the right questions. They back away from a story just when it becomes vital.

Well, many of them are stupid—but it’s often a trained response. Over time, they learn to act as if they’re clueless; and then, after years, they are.

What is this boundary? It’s the line beyond which “important people” would be damaged and exposed, if the reporter followed his instincts and pressed forward.

Important people, important institutions…

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UFO Disclosure: the insider game of “reliable sources”

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UFO disclosure: the insider game of “reliable sources”

by Jon Rappoport

January 2, 2018

(UFO archive, here)

In the current wave of UFO disclosures, the press (in particular, the New York Times) has decided to use Luis Elizondo, a career intelligence case officer, as its main source.

This choice reveals a time-honored strategy of elite news operations: cherry-pick who is reliable and who isn’t.

Of course, the press presents its case as flowing FROM the source. But that’s not true, because reporters and editors could have used other “reliable sources” to tell a different, or even contradictory, story.

Everything depends on who, at the moment, is pumped up and ushered on to center stage, and tagged as “reliable.”

I’m not saying Mr. Elizondo is telling lies from wall to wall. But, for example, where was the Times when reports began to emerge of UFOs appearing at a missile base…

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Contaminated chemo drugs, the FDA, and chemical warfare against the public

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Contaminated chemo drugs, the FDA, and chemical warfare against the public

By Jon Rappoport

Chemo drugs are highly poisonous to begin with. But suppose, on top of that, they’re contaminated and tainted?

Welcome to the FDA: the handmaiden to Big Pharma; the promoter of destructive medicines; the opponent of natural health; the agency that should have been disbanded and fumigated decades ago. Corruption Central.

In today’s episode, the Agency has issued a slap on the wrist to Fresenius, a major provider of health care in Europe, with two dozen drug-manufacturing facilities around the world.

Bloomberg reports: “U.S. regulators warned Fresenius SE after the company’s Indian plant that makes cancer-drug ingredients for the U.S. market aborted hundreds of drug-quality tests because they seemed like they were going to fail due to impurities.”

“When workers at the plant found potential tainted products, they halted the tests and said human or machine errors…

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The great virus hoax in modern medicine

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The great virus hoax in modern medicine

“It’s a virus, but we just can’t find it.”

By Jon Rappoport

“It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a UFO, it’s a virus from outer space.”

My previous article detailed: cooking up fake threats of viruses from outer space. This could be the next “UFO disclosure” coming on the heels of recent Pentagon reports of alien craft in the skies.

Now let’s come back to Earth.

Here is the basic background. If researchers say they’ve found a new disease caused by a virus, they’re saying people who have the disease have the virus in their bodies.

These people must have the virus. Otherwise, they don’t have the disease. Remember that.

I’m now going to detail two examples where VERY embarrassing information surfaced about so-called viral epidemics.

One: Swine Flu, the big epidemic of 2009.

The CDC was calling for all Americans to…

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What about the UFO metal no one can analyze?

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What about the “UFO metal” that no one can analyze?

Robert Bigelow, the “metal man” for UFO disclosure

By Jon Rappoport

This is a story out of a 1950s pulp science fiction novel. A story that purports to be quite real, now.

Las Vegas billionaire, Robert Bigelow, has been identified as a major player in the secret Pentagon UFO research group (2007-2012), exposed in the New York Times a few days ago.

Here are press reports about Bigelow, just to give you a few facts about the man, and the exotic flavor of this incredible tale—

Gizmodo (12/16/17): “The Pentagon quietly ran a $22 million program to study unidentified flying objects from 2008 to 2012 at the behest of former Senator Harry Reid, the New York Times reported on Saturday…”

“The unclassified but secretive Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was funded $22 million from 2008 to 2011, with the vast…

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