Investigative journalist Jon Rappoport of No More Fake News discussed his trailblazing research on the relationship between AIDS, mass media, and the medico-pharmaceutical complex with Dr. James Tracy (Memory Hole Blog). Rappoport’s important 1988 book AIDS Inc. explained how the medico-pharma-media complex essentially presented the alleged AIDS epidemic as something quite apart from what it actually was. Such research has allowed him to conclude that Ebola is a similar hoax being foisted on the public without adequate scientific proof that any such malady is the culprit.
Rappoport shares his research and gives his predictions regarding an ebola “pandemic”, forced vaccinations and medical martial law:
We’re moving in that direction. If you want to consider worse case scenario martial law, wide spread quarantines that sort of thing. When I say we’re moving in that direction what I mean is conditioning the public to accept orders. That’s what it is. On one level that’s what this is all about. And in this situation it’s medical orders which are extremely effective. But, it’s part of a larger picture. OK we want a compliant citizenry. We want people to go around doing what we tell them to do. And not doing what we tell them not to do. OK, the medical system is a fabulous way to do that. Because it doesn’t appear to be political or partisan or have any particular agenda. It’s all about share and care and hope and change and love and healing. So lets go. Let’s just keep on with these epidemics, these fake epidemics. Let’s keep on entraining minds, doing this kind of mind control on people so they become more compliant and obedient across the board.
Compliance and obedience are behaviors of consent.
Because the American people still believe they have a legitimate government, they continue to blindly (although sometimes begrudgingly) consent to its demands. Once they know and understand who is really running America, they will stop being so compliant and start denying their consent. All they will need then is a guide offering ideas for non-consent.