What today’s college activism is all about

What today’s college activism is all about

And the revolt against the empire

by Jon Rappoport

March 25, 2015


“Major pysops often contain the element of diversion. That is, the agents and propagandists are taking attention away from something they want to fall down the memory hole. This is particularly true when the thing-to-be forgotten was once a huge threat to the establishment. That thing must fade into oblivion. It must never surface again. So the people who could make it surface again are led into multiple distractions: substitutes for the real thing.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

In the 1960s, there was a fearful and terrible thing called college activism.

It was fearful and terrible for the US war machine, during the Vietnam disaster.

From that moment, the establishment decided: this must never happen again.

Flash forward to today. Political movements on college campuses—many of them funded by college cash—are all about anything and everything EXCEPT a revolt against:

The State;

The war machine;

Destructive mega-corporations.

This is no accident.

It’s a large op.

A diversionary op.

Student groups on campuses are pitted against each other as they battle for college funding.

Students operate under a cloud of government loans so huge they have to preoccupy themselves with a future in which they are basically debtors, trying to pay off the $$.

As a result of multiple Globalist treaties (e.g., NAFTA, GATT, and the upcoming TPP), the job market in the US is deeply depressed. Therefore, debtor students have to focus on strategies for landing employment after graduation.

Millions of students are inevitably wrapped up in college courses which, in one form or another, are bankrolled by corporate and government money.

The subliminal message: don’t rock the boat; don’t bite the hand that feeds you; don’t revolt against The Machine.

“Here are some approved issues about which you are permitted to protest. Go to it. But don’t step outside the line.”

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On top of all this, corporate and government money, which drives the agendas of many college teaching departments, results in curriculum slanted toward officially approved ideas, concepts, paradigms. The result? Students are programmed within narrow parameters.

The good news is: it’s darkest before the dawn.

There are students around the world who can see through all this insanity. They know their education and their college experience are being tilted, slanted, directed, and reduced.

They can imagine something else.

They’re at an age where shoot-for-the-moon still has vivid meaning.

A locked-down society isn’t their dream.

They can turn the op around and begin investigating their own colleges and universities. They can follow the money and find out where it’s coming from. They can expose their schools as arms of the Corporate State. They can support those few professors who buck the tide.

In my previous article, I strongly suggested a target: Monsanto.

That mega-corp has its hands and money deep in the entrails of many colleges. The corruption is foul. It can be rooted out.

Life is never what it seems to be, unless the order of the day is Surrender. There are always new roads and new possibilities.

Most people don’t want to know about that. But some do.

They’re the rebels against the empire.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at NoMoreFakeNews.com or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

13 comments on “What today’s college activism is all about

  1. onlyonemaui says:


    *************PLEASE PASS THIS ON…AND “WAKE UP THE WORLD”…..********************

  2. cazzograndissimo says:

    This “op” began in the 60’s as the Vietnam War drug on and on. So to sour the public ( our parents) on this the PTB did this: Protestors = drug influenced Hippies = Charlie Manson = mother stabbers & father rapers = protesters are BAAAAD. This psyop worked beyond their wildest dreams. Credit for this retro-revelation goes to Miles Mathis…

  3. ozziethinker says:

    Or were the students used as “PR” for the “powers that be” to pull out of Vietnam?

    For my research, the only way to really affect change is dereliction of duty. If the entire public service and essential private sector shut down for “as long as it took” with the demand that all Monsanto bosses [be brought to trial] and the company shut down with an anthem of hatred officially produced as its memory, the “powers that be” would have two options:

    1) Civil war

    2) Negotiate or bow down to demands

    Student protests will achieve zip, in my opinion…..as humble as it is.


  4. Greg Osborne says:

    How can an even exceptional student that is raised up in this stifling culture and educational system, rebel against anything worthwhile when they are not taught to think critically beyond what is “trending” at the moment on social media? They don’t HAVE the tools to rebel with.

    Any center of higher education that relies on speech codes to define their ethical stance is not a place where real societal problems are going to get solved. Places like this think that rebellion is mouthing socialist platitudes and having a Che Guevara poster in their dorm room. I’ve seen it first hand at Colorado College, a very respectable, so-called “liberal” private college in Colorado Springs. Students sacrifice their parent-ingrained values and tow the college/Marxist line in these schools or they’re in for a hard time. It’s generally like this in colleges and universities across the country from what I have learned.

    Just a few years ago, the Progressive-leaning Occupy movement had an ongoing and fairly active demonstration happening just a few blocks away from CC. I talked to very few people there who had anything to do with the college. Monsanto is an accepted target for the Left, yet where is the righteous outrage from academia on the scale that it needs to be for it to do any good?

    Where is the outrage in this nation of sheep — PERIOD?

  5. @ Oz
    Agree with you completely Ozzie.

    “In the 1960s, there was a fearful and terrible thing called college activism.”
    -Jon Rappoport

    Firstly…Hollywood, music, baby – boomers and the literature of the day have inflated the sixties to myth proportions. It was an experiment Jon.

    There were also, no pepper spray, or sound cannons, microwave weapons, or cameras and surveillance, so they might identify you…and come to you later at night, or a few days later. There was no future employment to worry about…and dossiers held and realized when it was opportune for the holder. Their were no viruses released into crowds to confuse and give participants the malaise, and that feeling of disorientation or disenchantment and hopelessness. People of those times did not have cell phones, so their was no electronic persecution. No frustration of the buggy and the glitchy. No nano-crap in the brain. There were no stringent laws on protesting. With real jail time and heavy fines. There were no pigs dressed for war, with taser, flack and shield.
    A education did not cost as much as much as a house…so there was no financial distraction from the real world.
    And…there was an Arts faculty in colleges and universities. And the ‘Piece de resistance’, you need artists…individuals. Critical thinkers. Passion. Poets. Love. And finally…WEED. An enormous pile of weed; to break down and free the individual from the OCD, group think, status quo, clusterfuck mindset.

    Love and hand grenades,

  6. From Québec says:

    I believe that the only way you can get America back, is trough Sheriff Richard Mack’s solution.

    Listen to this powerful interview done yesterday:

    MUST listen to:

    Can We Save The Constitutional Sheriff?

  7. Mervyn says:

    The destiny of these Satanic Globalists and their slaves is after they die their Guardian Angel forgets about them and they stay paralized in the Spiritual world.This is what happens to people who continually do consciouss evil.

  8. Mervyn says:

    They can only be released if another human forgives them and then their Guardian Angel allows them to expand into the heavanly planes where the planets become internalized.We eperience many things where our desires cannot be attained as we have no body to fulfull them. We also experience the pain and joy we have given to others.

  9. SamAdamsGhost says:

    The only way to reach young people, IMO, is to take on the responsibility for enlightening a few of them, yourself. To do that, you need to turn off the t.v. Educate yourself on the Trivium – the tools which are part of a true ‘liberal’ education, which is about liberating your own thinking. It’s for learning to think for yourself. The elements of the Trivium include General Grammar (defining one’s terms), Logic (recognizing inconsistencies and flawed reasoning), and Rhetoric (communicating ideas effectively so they can be put into action).
    Jon offers an excellent course in Logic as part of one of his Matrix series.
    Very few students will be exposed to any of this in ‘school’. If they do, you can bet that it will likely be taught in an environment which doesn’t really tolerate real & open inquiry. They will be ‘graded’ for their test replies – and that itself is a ridiculous notion if you really seek to think for your Self.

    Don’t be discouraged if you have to approach a lot of young people to find a few who might be interested in this. The rote ‘schooling’ they are subjected to today drains away their natural human curiosity and creativity. The have been told they know so much, but most that they ‘know’ is wrong.

    Good luck. Don’t give up.

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