John Rappoport: ‘Er is geen goede reden om te geloven dat een VIRUS ziekte en dood veroorzaakt’

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12-02-20 07:57:00,

Jon Rappoport schreef afgelopen weken een serie messcherpe nieuwsanalyses over de hysterie rondom het coronavirus. Vandaag vat hij ze in een nieuw stuk samen in een paar prachtige alternatieve krantenkoppen.

Hieronder volgt – voor wie het Engels onvoldoende machtig is – een snel gemaakte vertaling van dit artikel. Klik hier voor het origineel.

Aan het einde van de tekst neem ik een aantal links op naar zijn eerdere artikelen over het coronavirus.

Het virus als eerste, als laatste en altijd in het hart van onze landgenoten

“Cover stories zijn het levensbloed van het werk van inlichtingendiensten. Ze zetten een geheime operatie op, lanceren een cover voor het publiek en de pers en stimuleren dan het debat voor en tegen de details van det cover story. Diep verborgen in dit debat is de automatische acceptatie van de eersteklas leugen die is ingebed in de kern van de cover.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

In mijn recente berichtgeving over het coronavirus veegde ik de vloer aan met belangrijke mediaverhalen over de epidemie.

Eén van mijn belangrijkste punten was: er is geen goede reden om te geloven dat een VIRUS ziekte en dood veroorzaakt.

“Maar het MOET een virus zijn.”

Er zijn bepaalde leugens die mensen onder geen enkele omstandigheid kunnen afwijzen. Waarom?

“Als ik deze bewering verwerp en het een leugen noem, dan beginnen andere dominostenen om te vallen. Wat zou nog meer een leugen zijn? Welke andere grondsteen van de werkelijkheid zou uit de lucht gegrepen blijken te zijn? Hoeveel autoriteiten zou ik dan uiteindelijk niet geloven? Mijn hele leven heb ik op experts vertrouwd om me te vertellen waar de werkelijkheid om draait. Ik kan geen switch maken. Het is teveel. DUS, de experts hebben altijd gelijk. Dat is mijn logica. Of mijn gok dat ik zo goed zit. Mijn religie.”

In dit artikel ga ik niet alle bewijzen samenvatten die ik al over het coronavirus heb gepresenteerd als zijnde een nep-coververhaal. Maar ik wil wat details belichten over hoe het cover-upverhaal op dit moment wordt ingezet.

Sommige mensen gebruiken het bewust; anderen volgen dit voorbeeld, om hun eigen redenen of uit pure ‘verslaving’.

Let maar op: mensen debatteren nu over de vraag of het wel of geen weaponized virus is.

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Jon Rappoport — My Memories From The Fake News Business

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19-09-19 07:34:00,

By Jon Rappoport

“The true job of a reporter is using facts to overturn reality. Things are already upside down, and his job is to show that. In his work, he has to be relentless. This inevitably leads him to publishing his own words, on his own, because entrenched press outlets are in the business of propping up the very reality he aims to expose. He can’t go to them for publication. Once he learns that, he’s launched, and his life is never the same. It improves exponentially.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

There was the time a newspaper publisher inserted his own paragraph at the top of my story, under my name, as if I wrote it. He didn’t tell me. I found out later when the paper came out. I called him up. He was clueless. To him, his intrusion meant nothing. It was my story, but it was his newspaper. I learned something. If you want your own words, and only your words, to stand, publish them yourself.

There was the time I wrote a story about a dubious drug/supplement people were selling under the counter at health food stores. I took the supplement for a week and folded my experiences into the article, which was mainly about the unfounded “scientific background” in the package insert. The editor couldn’t fathom how a story could contain “two separate threads.” He axed half my story. I learned something. If you want your own words to stand, publish them yourself.

There was the time I wrote a piece about widespread fraud in psychiatric diagnosis. The editor claimed I had employed “too much logic” and not enough “expert opinion.” He said “original research” was “out.” To no avail, I pointed out that logic was in the public domain, and therefore my “original research” could be checked. I learned something. If you want your own words to stand, publish them yourself.

An editor once told me an article I’d written criticizing a senator wouldn’t be published. My harsh criticism was valid, he said, but readers might infer that the newspaper was turning against the senator’s political party. I learned something. If you want your own words to stand,

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Jon Rappoport: My 65 Years as a Free Writer — And Censorship | Light On Conspiracies – Revealing the Agenda

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18-06-19 12:37:00,

By Jon Rappoport

How would you like to be thinking this?  “I’m a censor.  I spend my waking hours keeping people from writing and speaking, by cutting off their access to the public.  That’s my job and I love it.  I love the feeling of shutting someone down…”

I picked up a pen and started writing when I was 16, in 1954.  I knew I had struck gold.  WRITING.   Freedom.   Words.   Sentences.  Poetry.  Images.  Ideas.  This was my universe.  It wasn’t run by some tin-pot teacher or official.  I could keep making worlds.  What could be better?

I’ve never changed my mind about that.  So when someone tells me—or a faceless company tells me—that I’m censored, I don’t take to it kindly.  And I immediately know the faceless ones are rank filthy idiots. Or scrupulously clean robots.  Either way, they’ve jumped species.  Downward.

Why did they censor me?  Was it my articles about toxic vaccines, about freedom of the individual vs. the State, about the CIA, about Obama, about Trump, about political liars, about medical drugs killing millions of people?  Lots to choose from.  Who really cares what it was exactly?  It was CENSORSHIP.

I wasn’t laying out charts for building H-bombs.  WordPress shut down my blog without notice or warning or explanation.  However, I see no reason to stop writing.  So I’m keeping on.  I’ve got people employing “other means” to get the blog back up.  Regardless, here I am.

You’re reading this either because you’re already subscribed to my email list or someone forwarded to you this email.

If you’re in the latter category, then the best way to get my daily articles is go to my home page, NoMoreFakeNews.com and sign up for the email list in the upper left corner.  You’ll get articles in your inbox.  Thank you for your support.

“If we don’t believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don’t believe in it at all.” —Noam Chomsky

The real job of society is educating people so they are “immune” to other people’s views.  What does that mean?  This immunity, what is it?  It’s the ability to understand and analyze someone else’s statements and make a decision about them. 

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Jon Rappoport: My 65 Years as a Free Writer — And Censorship

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16-05-19 03:21:00,

By Jon Rappoport

How would you like to be thinking this?  “I’m a censor.  I spend my waking hours keeping people from writing and speaking, by cutting off their access to the public.  That’s my job and I love it.  I love the feeling of shutting someone down…”

I picked up a pen and started writing when I was 16, in 1954.  I knew I had struck gold.  WRITING.   Freedom.   Words.   Sentences.  Poetry.  Images.  Ideas.  This was my universe.  It wasn’t run by some tin-pot teacher or official.  I could keep making worlds.  What could be better?

I’ve never changed my mind about that.  So when someone tells me—or a faceless company tells me—that I’m censored, I don’t take to it kindly.  And I immediately know the faceless ones are rank filthy idiots. Or scrupulously clean robots.  Either way, they’ve jumped species.  Downward.

Why did they censor me?  Was it my articles about toxic vaccines, about freedom of the individual vs. the State, about the CIA, about Obama, about Trump, about political liars, about medical drugs killing millions of people?  Lots to choose from.  Who really cares what it was exactly?  It was CENSORSHIP.

I wasn’t laying out charts for building H-bombs.  WordPress shut down my blog without notice or warning or explanation.  However, I see no reason to stop writing.  So I’m keeping on.  I’ve got people employing “other means” to get the blog back up.  Regardless, here I am.

You’re reading this either because you’re already subscribed to my email list or someone forwarded to you this email.

If you’re in the latter category, then the best way to get my daily articles is go to my home page, NoMoreFakeNews.com and sign up for the email list in the upper left corner.  You’ll get articles in your inbox.  Thank you for your support.

“If we don’t believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don’t believe in it at all.” —Noam Chomsky

The real job of society is educating people so they are “immune” to other people’s views.  What does that mean?  This immunity, what is it?  It’s the ability to understand and analyze someone else’s statements and make a decision about them. 

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