Jon Rappoport: On cognitive dissonance, mind control, vaccines, medical dictatorship

Two posts. Please read them both. The first points to how the use of confusion and contradiction in the major media promote subservience to authority (because it’s easier to give up and give in than to think for ourselves and try to figure anything out independently):

Mind Control Through Cognitive Dissonance

The second refers directly to what I’ve pointed out in the last two posts: this and this.

Adult Immunization Push: Medical Dictatorship

Beware. I.e., BE AWARE. Do not let the smooth-talking MSM “authorities” infect your mind with confusion and contradiction lest you give up and give in to whatever they’ve decided to do with us “useless eaters” when we get too fractious to agree to continue under their domination and control.

Turn off the damn TV! Throw away the “remote control” that is still “programming” your very soul!

Do I sound a bit hysterical? Very well, then, I sound a bit hysterical. To paraphrase Whitman: “I am large, I contain multitudes.”


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4 Responses to Jon Rappoport: On cognitive dissonance, mind control, vaccines, medical dictatorship

  1. Sylvia says:

    So, about the second article. Yes the push for more and more vaccinations is worrying and the freedom to opt out should be honored. But to then say that universal health care is a bad idea all in itself?! Will admit I don’t know much about Obamacare but living in the UK where we have the NHS (National Health Service) which means eg the midwives attending my two homebirths were fully paid for (without us having to pay first and claim later or anything) I can not help but think America’s situation is very backwards and any kind of development towards the availability (nothing compulsory) of ‘free’ (people’s salaries get deducted by a certain %) healthcare is a good thing.
    And yes I have opted out of the proposed vaccinatuon scheme.

    • Kieron says:

      Yes, America is very backwards, all ’round.

    • The problem with the way Obamacare ended up is, from what I read, apparently pretty much a gift to the insurance industry. Had it been single-payer, that would not be true. Also, you have to pay a tax to opt-out of Obamacare, even if, like me, you prefer to use non-allopathic healing methods (which of course are not included). So while it’s good to have medical insurance for all, it needs to be done the right way, and that’s not at all what we have here at this point. And of course, there are no incentives for people to stay healthy, plus, most doctors, these days, are in group practices, and only spend ten minutes per patient, if that! Weird, how it’s all evolved, or should we say, devolved?

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