After mass shootings: they’re not just coming for guns, they’re coming for brains

by Jon Rappoport

April 22, 2018

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“Planners intent on deploying mind control follow a pattern. They claim they’re curing brain disorders. They’re doing valuable work. They’re only focusing on a tiny percentage of the population. But then, as you dig deeper, you discover they’re really talking about all human beings, who are, unfortunately, wired in the wrong way and can’t ascend to the next level of societal evolution. Therefore, ‘brain science’ has to engage in a wholesale program to retrofit the human species.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

A January 2018 National Geographic article runs a bold headline: THE SCIENCE OF GOOD AND EVIL.

The lead sentence carries considerable freight: “Researchers have found that the way our brains are wired can affect how much empathy we feel toward others—a key measuring stick of good and evil.”

Good and evil—suddenly transferred to the realm of science.

In the aftermath of mass shootings, it’s about guns. But hidden in the background is the notion that the bigger target is the brain.

Read this carefully from the National Geographic piece: “…in recent decades researchers have made significant advances toward understanding THE SCIENCE OF WHAT DRIVES GOOD AND EVIL. Both seem to be linked to a key emotional trait: empathy, which is AN INTRINSIC ABILITY OF THE BRAIN to experience how another person is feeling. Researchers have found that empathy is the kindling that fires compassion in our hearts, impelling us to help others in distress. Studies also have traced violent, psychopathic, and antisocial behaviors to a lack of empathy, which appears to stem from IMPAIRED NEURAL CIRCUITS…” (Emphasis is mine).

An unproven hypothesis emerges: brain deficits account for the majority of EVIL.

Fixing the brain is the answer, of course. How much do you trust medical authorities and societal planners to carry out that task? I’m not only talking about massive incompetence—I’m talking about their desire to go overboard and opt for a wide-ranging reconstruction of human beings.

In order to make humans good.

In order to make them empathetic.

In order to make them endless altruists.

In order to eradicate the notion that Self is a prime value.

We’re looking at an overreaching overhaul of the human personality.

“Don’t think about yourself. Think only about what others need.”

Infamous Yale mind-control researcher, Jose Delgado, spelled out the position in a 1965 interview with the New York Times: “The individual may think that the most important reality is his own existence, but this is only his personal point of view. This lacks historical perspective. Man does not have the right to develop his own mind…We must electronically control the brain…”

This radical refit is justified on the basis of “science”; and of course, the public has been tuned up to believe you mustn’t doubt science.

The National Geographic article quotes a 2011 published journal paper: “…the psychopath must think about right and wrong while the rest of us feel it.”

What? Really? Thinking is bad? The myriad philosophers over the ages who have written about good and evil instead needed to just FEEL? The men who framed the Constitution, instead of contemplating arbitrary power and limiting it, because it is evil, should merely have written a brief exhortation to FEEL empathy for others and then walked away from their work?

Hopefully, you see where this is going. Organized globalists are selling altruism like hotcakes, and they’re using brain research to justify it.

And they’re intent on rewiring brains to force it.

They’re not only focused on violent psychopaths. They’re focused on the human race.

They pretend that the independent individual is too close to the edge of psychopathy. Therefore—experiment on the brain until he is radically diminished and weakened, and becomes a card-carrying member of the share-and-care “human community.”

On that day, all will be well.


In his 1962 novel, A Clockwork Orange, Anthony Burgess wrote about this transformation: “Padre, these are subtleties. We’re not concerned with motives, with the higher ethics. We are concerned only with cutting down crime—and…with relieving the ghastly congestion in our prisons. He [the violent psychopath] will [after “adjustment”] be your true Christian: ready to turn the other cheek, ready to be crucified rather than crucify, sick to the very heart at the thought even of killing a fly! Reclamation! Joy before the angels of God! The point is that it [a brainwashing technique] works…The common people will let it go. Oh yes, they’ll sell liberty for a quieter life. That is why they must be led, sir, driven, pushed!”

Unfortunately, many people can’t distinguish between a person choosing to be good and being forced to be “good” through repellent methods of mind control. Only the appearance of an effect is important: “He is behaving. That’s fine. He’s acceptable.”

“Well, we had to rewire his brain in order to achieve this result.”

“What difference does it make? If that’s what you had to do, that’s what he needed.”

And then, one day in the future, that smug and comfortable person is told he, too, has a problem which must be fixed. For the greater good.

Suddenly, as a doctor hovers over him, he changes his mind about a wholesale program to cure civilization.

I’ll leave you with this quote from Andrew W. Saul, a nutritionist who has had much experience working in prisons. The Chicago Tribune published his op-ed piece on December 21, 2017.

“Fifteen years ago, the BBC reported that a double-blind, placebo-controlled study found that adding vitamins [and essential fatty acids] to the diets of inmates at a maximum-security institution cut offenses by 25 percent. The greatest reduction was for serious offenses, including violence, which fell by 40 percent. There was no such reduction for those on placebos. The study’s researchers claim that improving diets could be a cost-effective way of reducing crime in communities and also reducing the prison population. To quote lead study author Bernard Gesch, ‘The improvement was huge’.” [See (2002) British Journal of Psychiatry 181 22-8. The study reports a 35.1 percent “reduction of offences,” compared with baseline numbers, after prisoners took supplements for just two weeks.]

Somehow, those vitamins worked around the claim that the prisoners had defective brains, which predisposed them to EVIL, and impaired neural circuits, which blocked their empathetic responses.

But mainstream researchers aren’t interested in the slightest. They want to force brains into new shapes.

That’s their job.

On behalf of planners of a new world.

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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.

43 comments on “After mass shootings: they’re not just coming for guns, they’re coming for brains

  1. redneckdavinci says:

    The more I read the headlines, the more convinced I am that Ayn Rand was a prophet.

    • Greg C. says:

      I think it was Anthony Burgess who was the prophet of these particular headlines. But the “cure” he described was rather different – a conditioned response against violence, rather than enhanced empathy.

      But we all need the ability to over-ride our empathy impulse, because bestowing empathy on the wrong person can have disastrous results. How many people have been killed or fallen victim to people they were trying to help? Or were taken in by their sob-story? How many spouses have been abused because they had too much empathy for their abuser?

      • This dovetails better with Rand’s themes. Try Fountainhead.

        • Laurence Almand says:

          Redneck – Indeed! Programming people for “self-sacrifice” is part of the social exploitation process. The incompetent mediocrities, and the just plain lazy, want to exploit others in the name of “sharing” (stealing). Brainwashing people into being “altruistic” is just another exploitation scheme.

          • redneckdavinci says:

            Uh oh! We have another literate person here! I absolutely fell in love with her mind, though not her conclusion. After all, just how rational is it to try the same system that didn’t work before? I’m talking Atlas Shrugged here. But I became angry while reading Fountainhead as it explained all the insanity so well. Have a selfish day! 🙂

      • BDev says:

        Greg C. – Excellent comment. Genetic/anatomic/psychological lack of empathy, due to insufficient, inactive or missing neural wiring ( is clearly bad news. Couple psychopathy with a high IQ and you’ve got real problems ahead. And as you say, hyper-empathy can be just as dangerous, though at least the damage is limited solely to the possessor of it. I’d rather have a hyper-empathetic person than a hyper-psychopath!
        Nevertheless, your point is well-taken. True human maturity, meaning full development on all levels, not only was difficult in the past. It is damn near impossible today, what with all manner of immoral, unethical, harmful and degenerate behaviour becoming more and more acceptable, and this being pumped into everyone’s mind 24 hours a day. Couple that with fake food and poor nutrition, chronic disease, degeneration of the human genetic pool and the mass belief in illusions (govt, corps – fake, imaginary yet immortal ‘entities’ having been given “legal rights and powers” over actual living, breathing human beings)… I see no way out.

      • truth1 says:

        Exactly, Greg. All our traits have a use and purpose. There is a time and place for them all. We empathy at times and reject it at others. We have lust which has its place and has its dangers.
        But liars always twist everything.They can make love bad by redefining it. They can take something sensible like Border control or keeping taxes down, into us not being loving or caring or haveing any empathy for the downtrodden, as if we were the ones that made them downtrodden in the 1st place. and how did we end up being responsible for them, anyway? Easy! Another lie of white guilt and white privilege. We are monsters they say.

        Our real problem no matter which way we turn are liars and their incredibly stupid “useful idiots,” that have not enough brains to come in out of the rain.

        the real monsters are those in power who lie in every word they utter. They worship the father of the lie.

  2. Alex Anderson says:

    People are born genetically good or evil. They can learn skills, not change their brains.

    • Jeanne says:

      You base that statement on what? That’s a really ridiculous statement. Genetics don’t make you evil or good. Genes can however be turned on and off by the environment. Various components of the environment, i.e. diet, medications, drugs, pollution, toxins, can turn these on and off and therefore also cause a dysfunction in the body and brain. The gut has a direct influence over the brain and also behaviours. Still, one is not born evil.

    • Jeanne says:

      And furthermore, brain can be changed and are changed. Are you not aware of brain plasticity?

  3. Tim says:

    “Fifteen years ago, the BBC reported that a double-blind, placebo-controlled study found that adding vitamins [and essential fatty acids] to the diets of inmates at a maximum-security institution cut offenses by 25 percent. The greatest reduction was for serious offenses, including violence, which fell by 40 percent. …”

    That’s a key point, the essential fatty acids. Also minerals. The NIH, FDA, etc have no interest in getting better understanding of our essential nutrition. Understanding and real insight gets in the way of corporate agendas.

  4. Greg C. says:

    We don’t feel moral impulses through empathy. If that were the case, then the policeman could not do his moral obligation. Neither could many people, including physical therapists (getting people to do rather painful things for their own good), parents (punishing the children they love) – I could go on and on, but you get the idea Morality is complicated – if it could be reduced to empathy, then who needs philosophy or religion? Children are taught morality long before they are capable of empathy.

  5. MrDuncmck says:

    My 75 year old grandma became a violent psychopath while lifting nearly 700 pounds of a tree that had fallen on her grandson in order to save his life empathy there huh? so we can also quantify consciousness ..? funny .just horsing is a real story though..the magician follows?

  6. From Quebec says:

    Well, it looks like it would be much easier for them to kill us all and replace us with robots. Oh, wait, they are already doing it.

  7. truth1 says:

    Obviously, its our minds they want to control or affect and guide to their benefit, exclusively, and non for us. Imagine that! Talk about outrageous, arrogant and selfish! but before they can round us up, they have to disarm us. Some might resist with force or defend others. bu their programming still has worked well in that most will be happy to go along with whatever those in power want. and that ain’t very good, either.

  8. Sam says:

    “And they’re intent on rewiring brains to force it.” Psyche meds are a part of this.

  9. Jon

    You may feel this is a “moot point”, but humans are incapable of empathy.

    In fact everyone of us is instinctively selfish. And the powers count on the fact. That’s why they beat their “survival of the fittest” drum at every opportunity.

    A feature of selfishness is sympathy. “What if that was me?” has been crudely transliterated as “empathy”. We have no empathy. We care not a hoot for others; beyond our sympathy and this cultivates all manners of symptoms from pity… brotherhood.

    The play on “empathy” seems to be associated with the effectiveness of the marketing a “stress relieving” drug on great chunks of the American population. One of the side effects is the “removal of empathy” (sympathy), but I postulate this proposes very different behavioural analysis than to ones often speculated.

    In fact it seems to be a “symptom” of Americans “waking up”. No wonder they are ramping up attempts to haul in the weaponry.


  10. From Quebec says:

    Can we say Stockholm Syndrome?

  11. peter littlehorse says:

    Good and evil: no longer defined Biblically, now just a chemical imbalance in the brain, and what luck, they’ve got the drugs to fix it.

  12. The Watchman says:

    Good article, Jon, linked as usual today on my website

    Also not to change the subject but this short 45 sec. video needs to go viral to all your readers and everyone else. Also linked as well today. Have never actually heard the MSM actually admit it on air!!!

    MSNBC:Mika Brzezinski Our Job Is to Control Exactly What People Think

  13. Nelson says:

    I believe the experiences one has at home, are the parents empathic or not; the experiences one has in school; people who want to be Police or Soldiers, I think these people are probably not empathic, for example a Policeman friend of ours kills his dogs if they get sick or when they get old, shoots them in the head, other things about him have challenged our friendship. This is not a single case, I think, because every Police person we have come in contact with seems to have the same ‘care-less’ traits.
    I think Politicians and Judges who authorize these wars we have had lately, where the one being bombed is innocent of any wrongdoing, wars that are about the economics of a nation, rather or not the country uses a certain bank, or has resources another entity wants. Surely if the public understand this, the politicians and judges must. So, I think the people who are in charge of the nation must be anti-empathic, consider Madeline Albright or Hillary Clinton, or Donald Trump, certainly the Bush’s, ‘nope no weapons of mass destruction over here, none over there, where are those weapons of mass destruction’ we now know the people in the towers were being roasted alive…
    The doctors and scientist, ugh, every time I see or hear the words doctor, scientist, I get a sick feeling in my stomach. Doctors, knowing the effects of Chemo Therapy, maybe three in a hundred get what they think is help, but, never cured, still the doctors and the Government it seems demand Chemo, no matter the terrible misery it brings to a already miserable person. My wife and I have personal experience with this treatment and with these doctors, merciless.
    Maybe, we, the people, should do some figuring on our own, I am sure we will come to the conclusion, the system we live under, the people who have authority over us, these are the people needing a lot of looking at, a lot of, shall we say, care. We should take the guns and the needles away from them, I think. Anyone of us here can recall a bunch of instances when we were taken back by a statement someone in authority said, criminals are criminals, people who abuse their power and deny being criminals, these are the worst criminals, these are the criminals who do by far, a million times, and more, (count the bodies) damage, to we, the people, all over the world.
    Saw a video on You Tube last night, a story about Syrian refugees fleeing Syria going into Turkey, something like 18,000 children or more, once in Turkey they are taken to a place where they are told they will be examined for diseases, once there they are put to sleep their bodies ravaged for organs, one little girl had managed to get away from the rest and was wandering the halls, crying, a man and a woman in a nurses outfit found the little girl and started herding her back to the room where the organs are removed from the children, the little girl sensing the danger, smelling the blood, I suppose, was crying loudly, clinging tightly to the leg of the nurse who was busy trying to get her onto the table — bags of little, little judging by the size of the bags, bags of little dead children, all around the room, like trash, thrown here and there — I could take no more I turned it off and cried…
    Since, Rothschild War 1, the world has turned a corner, empathy, only fools have empathy for the people killing the world; Consider the “hunter” stores full of food yet these want to hunt and kill something they swear is food, so often, leaving the body of their victim to rot, or taking just the head and putting it on the wall, these people, scare me. Theodore Roosevelt and Thomas Edison, for examples, killers, and no doubt about it. How about the careless ways people use motor vehicles to murder wild life, even when they can avoid hurting, killing, an innocent creature that has wandered onto the road, nope, they run over it, often laughing about it, I suppose. These are very scary times, I believe intentional, the best advice I can offer anyone is beware, humanity, has gone insane.

    • cretins says:

      Good comment, look up a recent video (4/20/18) entitled ‘Chemotherapy is a Waste of Money!’
      Dr.s make a lot of money with chemo poisoning.

  14. Reblogged this on amnesiaclinic and commented:
    As food becomes more and more deficient in vital minerals plus the negative effects of GMO’s on the microbiome and gut health.

  15. Sidonz says:

    I can tell these halfwits where evil stems from.
    “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?”
    This is a quote from Jeremiah 17:9
    Pretty hard to refute that verse. Just look at mankind throughout the centuries.
    Unredeemed man always has been and always will be wicked.
    The only way to receive a new heart is to trust in the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

  16. redneckdavinci says:

    Just read this article and thought of this posting immediately. Oh, the certainty of scientists is so uncertain.:

  17. Sue Love says:

    Along similar lines, I had my yearly checkup today with my doctor, which my insurance company requires, in order for me to be covered by them. This time, though, there was something new. The insurance required that I (everyone over the age of 65) take a memory test. So, I complied, and I did what the person giving the test asked me to do.

    So, why are health insurance companies, or some of them, now requiring these memory tests? What do they get out of the results? What is their objective? If they decide we have memory issues, what is the plan? There has to be a plan. And, what concern is it of theirs anyway?

    And, what if I have always reversed numbers? What if I have always repeated back instructions to make certain that I heard them correctly, so that I would do exactly what the tester wanted? What if my brain has always not retained things of little consequence, and once I have done the required task, I move on to something else and I have no use for remembering 3 things said a while ago?

    Why, all of a sudden, is my insurance company concerned with whether or not I can repeat 3 things, then be given another task to do, which requires my full attention, and then a few minutes later still remember the 3 things? What difference does that make in my quality of life? Is this all about drugging people up? I have been pharmaceutical drug dependent free for 10 years, and they don’t like it that I won’t take their drugs. It really bugs my doctor. So, is the goal to get me to take their drugs? I won’t take their shots, either.

    • Theodore says:

      hmmm, I wonder what would happen if you had failed their “memory” test? would your monthly premium go up?

      on the “medical” side, they could possibly be “screening” for “Alzheimer’s disease”.

      • Sue Love says:

        I did fail it supposedly, though I don’t know why. I believe there is more to it than testing for Alzheimer’s. The test was composed of three basic things.

        She gave me 3 words to repeat, and I repeated them. Then she had me draw a clock and make the hands point to ten minutes after 11, so I did that, and then she asked for me to repeat those three words again. I had moved on. Those words were not there. Why should they be? I thought that part of the test was over. Then she had me walk to the door and back, and on the way back I had to say 1, 1000, 1, 1, 1000, 2, etc, and I did what she said. So, the only thing I missed was the second repeat of the 3 words, which I wouldn’t have been able to do in my 20s.

        And from that they determined I have memory issues, but everyone has memory issues. I have always had to write things down. But, they don’t care about me. They are drug pushers and it bugs them that I won’t take their drugs.

        I think the fact that I remember all those details shows my memory is fine. I do believe very much that this is about mind control. I am not one of their minions and they want me to be one. This is all about government control in our new world order.

    • truth1 says:

      Those are very good questions. 1st, if you are losing some skills or they are diminishing, they can jack your rate or drop you. Mental decline is also evidence of physical decline and further aging. And perhaps the intent one day is to say that anyone who can not pass test a or tests A-D will not be allowed to live in their own. The bar might be high initially and then be lowered to the point that anyone will qualify for “forced care” at great expense. They will take you house and property and make a bundle, resell, and give you lots of drugs to kill you off in great haste.

      Given all I have seen to now, this seems the most likely conclusion. First, drop insurance. 2nd, stay away from tests while you can. I am sure they will be mandatory eventually. Big Brother wants to invade your mind and use it against you. Your post was very interesting.

      • Sue Love says:

        Truth1, Thank you for your comments. Actually, the test was mandatory. The physical was mandatory, and the test was part of the physical. I had to take it or lose my insurance, I assume. And, insurance was mandatory, unless that has now changed.

        I am 68 years old. Certainly I am not as sharp mentally as I was in my 20s, but truly I don’t think I would have done much differently on the test than when I was in my 20s. Our brains are all wired differently, and we all have different ways of learning and remembering things. I remember things better that I see with my eyes, or that I am able to write down. Not as good with audio recall, which is what this test was about, unless words are put to music.

        I write a blog every day. Been writing daily on the internet for about 12 years now. I do a lot of reading, research, studying, etc. This requires a sharp mind and the ability to remember many things, which I do. I could not do what I do every day if I was declining mentally. I have always been slow, though, even as a child, to grasp some things.

        Anyway, I do believe there is a hidden agenda behind these tests which our insurance company requires we take, and you may have hit on some of it here. So, thank you for your input. I appreciate you sharing your thoughts.

        • truth1 says:

          I am 59 and analytically sharp, but in small things I forget where I laid something down. I find it again, but it might take a few minutes and moving on to something else. But my concern it like yours. Is what I did at 30, going to be said to be incompetent or diminished? Compared to what. I do not see anything good in forced tests. There were never required before so why now? I am one of those who has seen way too many encroachments by government “requirements.” I do not trust my government or any of its sanctioned associate “partners” in crime.

        • redneckdavinci says:

          Just judging from your writing, I’d say your cognitive skills are just fine. While it’s certainly true I can’t recall (2 mts shy of 58) pointless drivel easily, I don’t find those tests helpful except as part of a long running program (starting when you are young and continuing, as if I would ever submit to that one!). People keep trying to compare an older brain with a younger one and call the differences a decline in mental abilities. Hardly. The longer we live (and I am exempting mere existence in favor of real living) the more experiences we have to draw upon in order to reach a conclusion. This is going to require a different type of brain. One in which the thought processes branch out into a multitude of directions with every point of data considered. How can the two be fairly compared? How can they reach the conclusions they reach? Easy answer: They can’t. Science keeps their methods too simple for their conclusions. Just my opinion.

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