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Guest: Jon Rappoport
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Since I was a child, I perceived a certain robotism in society—people making rules and following rules and enforcing rules just because they could, and because they couldn’t see any other way to live. And then I started reading science fiction…and that was it. I was cut loose from the status quo. Many, many years later, I realized that imagination plus logic was such a potent combination, it bordered on sheer magic.
I remember the first piece of science fiction I ever read, Ray Bradbury’s Martian Chronicles, on a bus from Niagara Falls to New York City. I was 11. I opened the first page and dove in. Other worlds. At that moment, without knowing it, I was departing from the belief that all we have is here in front of us, in this reality, in this place, in this time. I was leaving that notion behind. I was entering What Could Be. What could be good, what could be bad, what could better, worse, more thrilling, more alive, more creative, more destructive, more true, more false. What Could Be is a key you turn in a lock that takes you into the next chapters of your life; the life you discover, the life you invent.
I became a reporter in 1982 because it seemed easy, much easier than writing fiction and poetry. I soon discovered I was able to crack the egg of normal reporting and see news behind the news—and there were outlets that wanted that sort of thing. But when I began to probe deep medical fraud, research fraud, I came up against a brick wall. I was challenging assumptions that were supposed to remain in place. I wasn’t supposed to look into how a particular virus was arbitrarily claimed to be the cause of a particular disease, for example. I wasn’t supposed to add up all the damage caused by medical drugs. I wasn’t supposed to find pseudoscience at the bottom of medical science. I wasn’t supposed to investigate vaccine damage. I wasn’t supposed to examine the Rockefeller roots of modern medicine, or perceive a global agenda of population destruction. Most of all, I wasn’t supposed to discover that medical cover stories were obscuring mega-corporate destruction of life. An editor once told me, “You’re saying this outbreak wasn’t caused by a virus? It was caused by pesticides? That’s not a story we want to take on…” But you see, I enjoyed this work. I enjoyed overturning apple carts. I always have. Since I was a child, I perceived a certain robotism in society—people making rules and following rules and enforcing rules just because they could, and because they couldn’t see any other way to live. And then I started reading science fiction…and that was it. I was cut loose from the status quo. Many, many years later, I realized that imagination plus logic was such a potent combination, it bordered on sheer magic…”