After Harvey Weinstein; is Trump next to go down?

After Harvey Weinstein; is Trump next to go down?

The shape of a psyop

by Jon Rappoport

November 7, 2017

(This is Part 1. For Part 2, click here.)

My article here is not about guilt or innocence. Understand that.

It’s about how press reports can be used to build a sense of CONTINUITY, which is vital for the ultimate card that is then played.

Follow along and see how it can be done.

First, the Weinstein story. It is sordid. Ronan Farrow reports, in The New Yorker (11/6):

“In the fall of 2016, Harvey Weinstein set out to suppress allegations that he had sexually harassed or assaulted numerous women. He began to hire private security agencies to collect information on the women and the journalists trying to expose the allegations. According to dozens of pages of documents, and seven people directly involved in the effort, the firms that Weinstein hired included Kroll, which is one of the world’s largest corporate-intelligence companies, and Black Cube, an enterprise run largely by former officers of Mossad and other Israeli intelligence agencies. Black Cube, which has branches in Tel Aviv, London, and Paris, offers its clients the skills of operatives ‘highly experienced and trained in Israel’s elite military and governmental intelligence units,’ according to its literature.”

“Two private investigators from Black Cube, using false identities, met with the actress Rose McGowan, who eventually publicly accused Weinstein of rape, to extract information from her. One of the investigators pretended to be a women’s-rights advocate and secretly recorded at least four meetings with McGowan. The same operative, using a different false identity and implying that she had an allegation against Weinstein, met twice with a journalist to find out which women were talking to the press. In other cases, journalists directed by Weinstein or the private investigators interviewed women and reported back the details.”

“The explicit goal of the investigations, laid out in one contract with Black Cube, signed in July, was to stop the publication of the abuse allegations against Weinstein that eventually emerged in the New York Times and The New Yorker. Over the course of a year, Weinstein had the agencies ‘target,’ or collect information on, dozens of individuals, and compile psychological profiles that sometimes focussed on their personal or sexual histories. Weinstein monitored the progress of the investigations personally.”

Farrow’s story is well worth reading. By inference, it suggests the outline of covert ops that can be used in many situations:

The pipeline would go from the powerful guilty client, to a law firm, which hires the “security companies.”

Persons who work for the security companies can pose as sources for journalists, pretending to offer information. But actually, they’re fishing. They want to know what the journalist knows and what he’s going to do with it, and when.

Then, the first-hand real sources for the reporter can be contacted and pressured.

These sources—victims of sexual abuse—can also be contacted by “sympathetic helpers” who do more fishing.

The security companies will probe the background and history of the reporter and try find information that can be used against him—either to impeach his reputation, or even for blackmail purposes. Anything to stop negative stories about the client from being published.

It would be only one step from there to enlist the cooperation of “Mockingbird” people in the press—covert CIA assets who work as reporters—if the client is powerful enough.

There are many potential wrinkles in this scenario. I’ll give you one that far exceeds what’s revealed or implied in Farrow’s New Yorker piece. This is how Farrow’s tireless work can be used by others, in a larger context, beyond anything Farrow intended:

Weinstein, who is guilty of various sexual offenses, is used to start the ball rolling downhill. Other celebrities, equally guilty, are exposed by victims. The news stories take on the character of a growing fire storm.

The result? The press is seen as the hero, doing its job for once. No one can cast accusations of a cover-up. They even beat the Mossad!

Then, when the public firmly believes the press is shooting straight from the shoulder…

The Trump accusers surface on cue.

At least a dozen women emerge, with their attorneys. They give their testimony of sexual harassment and abuse.

They add fuel to what is already a roaring blaze.

The public, already in a state of outrage, automatically signs on to the latest revelations.

This is not to defend or accuse Trump.

I’m just pointing out the way the game can be played.

It needs a foundation. It needs prior public “preparation” and belief.

More than anything, it needs a sense of continuity.

Otherwise, women who would come forward and accuse Trump of sexual offenses would be dismissed quickly.

But in the wake of many, many stories exposing public figures, the Trump story would have force.

Aha. First there was Weinstein. Guilty. Then there was Kevin Spacey. Guilty. Then there was Mark Halperin. Guilty. Now there is Trump.”

“Look at how far Weinstein and his hired spies went to cover up his crimes—and they failed. The truth emerged. So now…who can doubt the honesty and sincerity of the press when they hold Trump’s feet to the fire?”

Read this from Washington Post (10/27), headlined: “All of the women who have accused Trump of sexual harassment are lying, White House says”:

“The question was posed during a White House briefing at a time when numerous men in high-profile positions have been undercut of late by allegations of sexual misconduct, including journalist Mark Halperin, who faced accusations this week from former colleagues.”

“’Obviously, sexual harassment has been in the news’,” Jacqueline Alemany of CBS News asked [White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee] Sanders. ‘At least 16 women accused the president of sexually harassing them throughout the course of the campaign. Last week, during a press conference in the Rose Garden, the president called these accusations “fake news.” Is the official White House position that all of these women are lying?’”

“’Yeah, we’ve been clear on that from the beginning, and the president’s spoken on it,’ Sanders said, before quickly pivoting to another reporter to ask a question.”

It’s a perfect news story. First, the headline, which suggests the absurdity of 16 women lying.

Then the claim that the press has slammed one of its own, Mark Halperin, without favor, on behalf of honest journalism. (“We’re fearless.”)


And then the answer: YES.

In light of all the recent revelations about famous sexual offenders, the Post story hits home. It scores.

Again, I’m not saying Trump is guilty or innocent. I’m showing how the game is played. Effectively.

If this follows the Weinstein playbook, one woman will come forward and tell her Trump story.

The press will play it widely and loudly, with details. “Weinstein had his Ashley Judd, Trump now has his (insert name).”

Then another woman will appear and tell her story. And so on.

Media psyops have nothing to do with intrinsic guilt or innocence. They have to do with a final goal—and how to get there. How to achieve credibility with the public.

Working with actual guilt is easier than working with innocence, but the objective is SELLING GUILT.

That’s the trick.

Stay tuned.

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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 NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

24 comments on “After Harvey Weinstein; is Trump next to go down?

  1. kwin123 says:

    Great post as always. The “black cube” & its significance could be a separate post all on its own. Black cube=Saturn=Satan. Schneerson & other rabbis wearing one of their head, collapsed cube in center of the so called Star of David, 911 Memorial, site of Princess Diana’s death, etc.

  2. truth1 says:

    What I will say here is shame on the average citizen for indulging in the mud slinging affairs on either side . . .unless you want to go for everyone since they all do it. There are no nice guys with power or wealth. 100% grade A evil all around. So lets just get the alien invasion over with (its going to be another Hollywood “reality TV” style psyop. I’m sure every one will fall for it. But I, for one, am going to sit it out.

    Bread and Circuses! The world is filled with morons.

  3. Sunshine2 says:

    This is interesting Jon, pointing out the possible track. I question how outraged the public actually is about Weinstein et al though. The media, yes the media is in a constant outrage storm. Doesn’t matter what the subject. If they can’t find something to be outraged about they’ll make something up. Personally I am exhausted by the media. I can’t help but think other people are exhausted by them as well.

  4. Good post…
    Ah yes and a nasty seed planted pre-election with the Billy Bush audio in Trump own words, his own voice…*in the voice of a Tom Waits* “Grab em by the pussy”. /0Fju9o8BVJ8

    Never throw away a good rouse; didn’t work on the election, ah well, shake it off; shine it up; lay down new pre-scenarios, lets roll that puppy out again..and this time we make it stick like napalm.

    Ah see, he’s guilty, he even said the bad words himself the bastard, before he was elected, “We have a history of abuse.”

    “Pfffft…men, white men.”

    Interesting to note, the reality makers are not really doing their best work with Hollywood movies lately; are they? Or so they’d have us believe. It seems intentional, these ridiculously scripted movies, when they have proven in earlier times that they can produce something of film noir value; they are capable of so much more…

    I watch the movie plots unfold and wonder, “Are movie watchers that fucking stupid, to believe this plot point. It doesn’t make sense at all.” These reality builders are very good at their job.

    I’m off the point, the point is; Why at this point when the cabinet is completely turned over to their liking would it be beneficial to present such a thing. Unless Trump is second guessing himself and realizing he is being lead to a certain point in the future, that one may not be able to return from; and the recent visit to Russia is placing doubt in his mind; Putin and the Chinese applying pressure in regards to North Korea and Iran,

    They like an ace in the hole, don’t they!

    And an op like this has a shelf like, with the butterfly attention span of the mob. Better to use it before it spoils. Make them connect the dots.

    And then Putin has spoken of Trump being impeded on performing on his election promises. 

    Love to be a fly on the wall for those Putin/Trump conversations.

    Laying plans to be on valid gounds and charges for legitimate impeachment of the president. And VP Pence that ridiculous idiot moves forward into the presidents chair. They have been working that op for a while.

  5. Sukijopa says:

    The same kind of thing goes on in “law enforcement.” There is a “good ol’ boys” club within the department I worked in, and I don’t doubt that it is common in other departments, too.

    Officers who are part of the good ol’ boys club (i.e. ‘I’ll cover for your crimes, and you cover for mine’), get away with criminal behavior and illegal acts. Officers who are not engaging in such behavior, but have shown ‘loyalty,’ such that they will not ever say anything against the good ol’ boys club) receive the next tier down of ‘protection.’

    Officers who are more independent, and not identified as being firmly ‘in the fold,’ are the ones whose mis-steps, however minor (compared with what the ‘big boys in the club’ do) get splashed on the front pages of the newspapers as examples of “the police policing their own.”

  6. IMNAHA says:

    Don’t worry about the Donald. Israel won’t allow him to be deposed at least until he has facilitated their war on Iran, which may be sooner than later. After that he will be dispensable, NOT before.

  7. From Quebec says:

    Oh, they will try, but it will not work. Folks, Trump is not going anywhere, he is here for 8 years.

    As a woman, here are my thoughts on the subject:

    Sexually harassed or assaulted means different things to the public.

    We all know that men are boosted with testosterone, that is nature’s laws. Every man I have met in my life, did at one time, tried to kiss me or touch my breast. That is not an assault since I could say YES or NO, and they respected my will. An assault would be someone who do not respect your will.

    An harassment is a man who keeps trying to assault you over and over again even when he knows you do not want him in your life. .

    Now, this been said, Let us look at some kind of women. Some of them try to seduce powerful and very rich men. They are greedy. They will do anything to reach their goal. If the man refuse them, they will look for revenge and pretend that he either harassed, assaulted, or raped them, so they can sue him and get a lot of money. I know these kind of women, they do exist, believe me.
    These women are the kinds that could go after Trump. But i doubt that it will work, since they have already tried it during the campaign and it did not stick.

    Now, Harvey Eisenstein, is a whole different story. he sexually harassed and assaulted young kids who were powerless. . But, he also did the same thing to grown women and men who prostituted themselves for the sake of getting a job.

    There is no comparison between Trump and Weinstein. Trump, if he likes you, he marries you..

    And take a look at Trump and Weinstein faces. Trump’s face is all about goodness and Weinstei’s face is all about evil.

    Faces tells a lot about people, Some cannot see it, but it do exist. It reminds me of Kenny Roger song The Gambler where he said:

    He said, “Son, I’ve made a life Out of reading people’s faces

  8. I realise it wasn’t specifically the point of your article (which is an interesting one, not for what you say, but what you don’t say), Jon, but my next will cover rape in a much wider context.

    Trump, if he’s “pulled up”, will appreciate precisely what I am going to say. “Sex” has been abused.


    • truth1 says:

      Ozzie, I am with you. Rape has been changed and blurred by being called sexual assault and problem is that any little thing is called sexual assault so that no one has any idea what might have taken place when that term is mentioned. Rape should only mean one thing and one thing only. Everything else should have its own name and definition. And while “touching is not great, its still a far cry from rape. Nothing is distinguished anymore. That is meaning of hell, too.

      • Sunshine2 says:

        Good point.

      • In reference to “children designate”, the terminology used is statutory rape. Effectively that means the “raped party” agreed to coitus but the action was against the law. In this case the law overtly persecutes in deference to “protection”. It’s the best example of government tyranny actually.

        • truth1 says:

          Well, even with adults, if a man pinches her @$$ or squeezes her breast, Its rape, I mean, sexual assault. Or a guy flips her skirt up. Sexual assault. While those are not healthy responses, they are a far cry from rape. But its all blended into “sexual assault.” Good law makes careful distinctions and tries to avoid fuzzy boundaries and definitions. We’ll call it precise definitions and boundaries. That its all blurred is good evidence that someone wants to abuse the entirety of sexual assault so that a man can be crucified without having hardly done a thing. Just saying sexual assault allows anyone to imagine anything they want. We live in an evil society where laws are not for order or benefit, but abused to accomplish diabolical agendas. As Tacitus once said, a corrupt nation has many laws. He dared not say Rome but if I was a betting man, I would bet he was at least thinking about Rome, who by his time, had seen incredible corruption as Rome ascended in wealth and power even before his time.

          • You didn’t mention it directly, but you do hint at the real problem in this comment. In fact the issue is not too many laws (per se). The is issue is “poor judgement”. Therefore, if someone is punished (jailed) for an assault (that wasn’t) they didn’t commit (because it wasn’t), those that JUDGE are to blame.

  9. SS NNN says:

    “Look at how far Weinstein and his hired spies went to cover up his crimes—and they failed. The truth emerged. So now…who can doubt the honesty and sincerity of the press when they hold Trump’s feet to the fire?”

    One observation…as a “deplorable” is that for this to work the MSM must be seen as credible
    and impartial….it is NOT SEEN by many many of us as anything but an establishment sound
    machine and a club of presstitutes. I always ignore anything I see in the “news” and I long ago
    tossed my TV and cut my cable….

  10. jon says:

    no, you are, you pedophile, Im going to enjoy taking you down.

  11. Eddie Herbert says:

    It was tried with the Billy Bush tape….. anyone who did not speak then will not be believed… especially since the Roy Moore story is collapsing.

  12. Theodore says:

    The New Sexual Puritans

    The sex abuse scandal is being hijacked to demonize all men

    • Sukijopa says:

      It certainly looks like more media manipulation, and mob mentality, to me.

      On the other hand, I have seen women turned into the “villain,” by judges, the public etc., after reporting being raped, especially when the rape is committed by a popular individual in the community.

    • IMNAHA says:

      … and to deflect attention away from the imminent indictments of thousands of high and low level pedophiles and child sex slave traffickers.

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