Trump/Biden: two bombshell breaking stories

And, why Trump must win

by Jon Rappoport

October 29, 2020

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ONE: Tucker Carlson announced, on his highly popular FOX broadcast, that a trove of Biden documents implicating Biden in illegal business relationships with China, the Ukraine, and other countries has gone missing. [1]

The documents were shipped through a major commercial courier, from Manhattan to Carlson by FOX staff, and somewhere along the route, the envelope was found open by courier employees—and the contents were gone.

The courier did an extensive investigation of the route and found no evidence to indicate how this happened.

Questions: Did no one at FOX make a copy of these documents? There was only one set? The docs couldn’t have been sent to Tucker electronically? Tucker should consider the possibility that someone at FOX was the culprit.

TWO: “Executive Order on Creating Schedule F in the Excepted Service.” Sounds meaningless, right? It’s not. [2]

President Trump has just released a new executive order which gives him the power to fire a wide range of bureaucratic federal employees who resist implementing White House policies.

The executive order strips these bureaucrats of all sorts of built-in job protections.

It’s no secret that, since taking office, Trump has been receiving huge pushback from federal agencies, all of which are part of the Federal Branch, under his command.

If Trump wins the election, his order will stay intact. If Biden wins, he’ll cancel the order and go back to federal business as usual.

For decades, these alphabet agencies have been exceeding their legal powers by essentially making law. They do this by taking newly passed Congressional legislation and fashioning enforcement-regulations that “fit” the legislation.

Except, in practice, the agencies interpret the laws to their liking. They pervert the meaning of laws.

The American Thinker quotes the Washington Post [3]: “The directive [executive order], issued late Wednesday, strips long-held civil service protections from employees whose work involves policymaking, allowing them to be dismissed with little cause or recourse, much like the political appointees who come and go with each administration.”

“Federal scientists, attorneys, regulators, public health experts and many others in senior roles would lose rights to due process and in some cases, union representation, at agencies across the government. The White House declined to say how many jobs would be swept into a class of employees with fewer civil service rights, but civil service experts and union leaders estimated anywhere from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands in a workforce of 2.1 million.”

There is major upside and downside to this executive order.

On the one hand, the president can fire bureaucrats who resist his policies because they want to undermine him. He can also fire bureaucrats who fashion regulations that pervert Congressional legislation.

On the other hand, the president can also fire bureaucrats who are simply doing an honest job which happens to get in the way of the president’s corrupt practices.

For example, the president wants a new class of dangerous pesticides green-lighted by the EPA. The EPA refuses to knuckle under. But under threats of being fired, EPA executives “reconsider.”

Of course, big-time corporations and other actors already exert corrupt influence over these federal agencies.

On the plus side, Trump might be able to fire Tony Fauci from his long-held throne at the National Institutes of Health.

Here are two backgrounders…

ONE: Why Trump must win.

For people who want to live free lives, who know what freedom is, it’s time to acknowledge that we’re living in a new age of tyranny.

It’s not coming, it’s already here.

Developments over the past nine months have shown this. On the back of a false pandemic, states have been locked down; over a million businesses have been closed; thus, millions of lives have been destroyed or taken to the brink of destruction; large cities have been decimated.

If that isn’t tyranny, I don’t know what is.

And it’s not over. Not by a long shot. At the drop of a hat, new lockdowns can be imposed.

But understand—-human society does pass through these episodes and periods of tyranny. We are in one now. We are not immune.

So at this point, there are questions about what to do, and these questions are strategic. They are asked from the basis of realizing what we are IN and UNDER. Rule by force. Rule through deception.

The last nine months were presided over by Donald Trump. There is no escaping that fact. He gave in. He stood aside. He was grievously and criminally derelict in his duty to freedom and liberty and the Constitution. He failed to keep America open.

He will never admit it, and neither will his most ardent supporters, who weave tales of imminent Trump-rescue by “citing” his unparalleled genius and his brilliant secret plans.

Popular leaders always have legions of true believers. This is nothing new. Don’t you think, in centuries past, when kings claimed to rule by Divine Right, that their followers concocted and believed extraordinary myths justifying their kings’ monumental acts of oppression?

But from where we stand now, and the questions of STRATEGY we are facing, in this new age of tyranny, we’re looking at two men who are vying for the presidency.

Who would be worse, Trump or Biden?

Trump passively gave in. He opened the door to a coup and then stood aside.

Biden is a complete puppet of the coup. He wants to take the tyranny to a whole new level, as his masters have commanded.

Biden doesn’t require his followers to make excuses for his criminal acts—as in the case of Trump. Biden’s followers WANT those criminal acts. They want more lockdowns. They want national mask mandates. They want forced tracing, testing, and vaccination, ORDERED FROM THE FEDERAL LEVEL, wiping out any resistance from brave governors, however few they may be.

Biden’s followers want climate change to move to the top tier of the federal agenda, in the form of reduced energy-output quotas for all companies. More destruction.

Biden’s followers want more riots in cities, and widespread defunding of the police. They truly believe “social justice” movements will effect beneficial change—when, in fact, these movements are funded by the super-wealthy, on behalf of socialism, which IS an illusion of share-and-care, a covert operation leading to even greater government of the rich, by the rich, for the rich. Because treacherous billionaires will end up owning all the means of production. If you need an education along these lines, start with Gary Allen’s 1971 classic, None Dare Call It Conspiracy.

For those who think Trump is an inveterate liar through and through, Biden is easily his equal.

Periods of tyranny come from the Right and they come from the Left. This one is coming mainly from the Left with its delusional Marxist utopian fantasies. But when all is said and done, all tyrannies, no matter their disguise, no matter their brand of rhetoric, come from power at the top. And power at the top has no political ideology. Ideology is merely a tool for propaganda and mind control.

Liberty and freedom are not ideological, either. They are the outcome of thousands of years of struggle. Their adherents know individual responsibility is a key corollary. The individual is free to live his life in any way he wants to, as long as he doesn’t encroach on another’s freedom.

Trump, even in his addled and manic state, understands some part of this. Biden has given up any pretense of understanding. He now comes from the school of, “Since we know what is best for you, we’ll impose it.” And that’s assuming Biden is mentally coherent, even on his best day.

On the medical front, Trump has shown some willingness to challenge the dictates of Fauci and the CDC. Biden is solidly in the camp of, “I’ll consult the experts and follow their advice.” That is a lethal position. For example, expect him, if elected, to push for a FEDERAL mandate to impose a toxic COVID vaccine.

If enough of the public demands freedom from lockdowns and masks and distancing, Trump will go along, at least part of the way. Biden will try to crack down.

Before his brain aneurysm and pulmonary thrombosis, in 1988, Biden was a highly intelligent political operator. His brand of globalism was similar to Bill Clinton’s, but without Clinton’s self-confident flair and big bullshit front. Since 1988, Biden has gradually deteriorated. If elected, there is every chance he won’t be able to finish his term, and the dangerously corrupt hatchet woman, Kamala Harris, would take over the Oval Office.

Trump modulates his failures by maintaining a relentlessly upbeat attitude. He covers his COVID betrayal (refusing to keep the economy open) with this super-salesman’s con and shuck and jive.

All in all, we are looking at a choice of opponents in the war for freedom. Trump and Biden. Strategically speaking, the choice is clear.

Trump is the lesser foe. With a large enough outpouring of public sentiment and demand on behalf of freedom, he could become, in certain but not all respects, an ally. Don’t trust him. Try to force his hand.

In a new age of tyranny, that’s enough for now.

Presidents are not messiahs.

BACKGROUNDER TWO: The Biden agenda.

I wrote this article several years ago. It spells out one of the central ruses of our time, and it is a ruse the puppet Biden prefers, because the men who control his strings prefer it…

There are “people’s” groups all over the world who advocate the overthrow of the Oligarchs who control nations.

These people’s groups want to install socialism as the answer to Oligarchy.

That’s preposterous.

The Oligarchs—bankers, mega-corporate CEOs, financiers, government leaders, intelligence agencies—collude to cut out competition so they can stand alone at the summit of the mountain. And they call this arrangement SOCIALISM. They PROMOTE socialism. They’ve staked out OWNERSHIP of socialism worldwide.

In other words, the “people’s” groups, who claim to be battling for a better world, are doing the Oligarchs’ bidding. Unconsciously, or on purpose.

Useful idiots.

Socialism has never been about toppling power-hungry leaders. Its pretension of equality and share-and-care is a cover for totalitarianism by the few, for the few.

Karl Marx, while predicting a coming utopia on Earth, expressed the absolute need for a “transition” phase called the “dictatorship of the proletariat.”

Of course, that was a partial misnomer. The “dictatorship” part was correct, but the proletariat would never run it. They would labor for it. They would look up from ground level at the leaders who were supposedly their friends and guardians—and soon realize they’d been taken in by a long con. There was no transition government. There was just the same old Oligarchy under another name, that’s all.

From Gary Allen’s classic, None Dare Call It Conspiracy, published 50 years ago:

“We are being socialized in America and everybody knows it. If we had a chance to sit down and have a cup of coffee with the man in the street…he might say: ‘You know, the one thing I can never figure out is why all these very, very wealthy people like the Kennedys, the Fords, the Rockefellers and others are for socialism. Why are the super-rich for socialism? Don’t they have the most to lose…?’ In reality, there is a vast difference between what the promoters define as socialism and what it is in actual practice. The idea that socialism is a share-the-wealth program is strictly a confidence game to get the people to surrender their freedom to an all-powerful collectivist government. While the insiders [Oligarchs] tell us we are building a paradise on earth, we are actually constructing a jail for ourselves.”

When a mega-corporate CEO, whose company is in deep financial trouble, magically secures a giant loan through a crony, and when that corporation continues to pollute the land and destroy lives, and while the government agency that should be hauling off the CEO to prison sits on its hands, that’s socialism in practice. That’s the real thing.

The government may not officially own such corporations, as in the classical definition of socialism, but at the top, the government and the biggest corporations are cooperating, as one. It’s a distinction without a difference.

Why don’t more people understand all this?

Because their minds are clouded with propaganda and feel-good New Age oatmeal. Because they’re convinced that believing in something that sounds good on the surface (“a better and more just world for all”) is enough, is a pinnacle of achievement for them. And since they’re told this belief is socialism, they’re for it.

They will fall for any program on that basis. If pernicious medical experts assure them that mandated mass vaccination will protect the planet from disease, they will snap up that vision in a minute. “A healthy Earth for everyone.” It must be true. It feels right.

Here is an astonishing statement from the Mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio [4]: “What’s been hardest is the way our legal system is structured to favor private property. I think people all over this city, of every background, would like to have the city government be able to determine which building goes where, how high it will be, who gets to live in it, what the rent will be. I think there’s a socialistic impulse, which I hear every day, in every kind of community, that they would like things to be planned in accordance to their needs. And I would, too…Look, if I had my druthers, the city government would determine every single plot of land, how development would proceed. And there would be very stringent requirements around income levels and rents. That’s a world I’d love to see, and I think what we have, in this city at least, are people who would love to have the New Deal back, on one level. They’d love to have a very, very powerful government, including a federal government, involved in directly addressing their day-to-day reality.”

The control of private property, from above, is of course one of the tenets of socialism.

Oligarchs, who promote their brand of socialism, who are also Globalists (no nations; no borders; global governance), want to sweeten their pot through floods of immigrants. No, they’re not thinking about “doing good.” They have propaganda operatives who spout that line.

They’re thinking about how they can blur and erase all sorts of distinctions surrounding private ownership of private property—and instead, disruptively resettle immigrants, make them dependent on the State, sink property values, and induce more and more citizens to accept the idea that “everything belongs to everybody.”

This gibberish phrase actually means: the Oligarchs own it all.

This is their premise and their goal.

They mean business, literally and figuratively.

On a much lower level, scratch the surface of any self-proclaimed socialist who happens own a home, and watch what happens when you demand he turn that home over to “the people.” He suddenly becomes a raw naked capitalist. He rails against the State…

The State—to whom, when the pressure is off, he claims every citizen should swear allegiance, so that money and property and services and goods and energy and every necessity and luxury of life can be managed, for the benefit of all.

This article illustrates the Biden agenda, stripped of pretense.

Echoing across 50 years, here is another excerpt from Gary Allen’s, “None Dare Call It Conspiracy”:

“What we are witnessing is the Communist tactic of pressure from above and pressure from below, described by Communist historian Jan Kozak as the device used by the Reds to capture control of Czecho-Slovakia. The pressure from above comes from secret, ostensibly respectable Comrades in the government and Establishment, forming, with the radicalized mobs in the streets below, a giant pincer around middle-class society. The street rioters are pawns, shills, puppets, and dupes for an oligarchy of elitist conspirators working above to turn America’s limited government into an unlimited government with total control over our lives and property.”

“The American middle class is being squeezed to death by a vise…In the streets we have avowed revolutionary groups such as the Students for a Democratic Society (which was started by the League for Industrial Democracy, a group with strong C.F.R. ties), the Black Panthers, the Yippies, the Young Socialist Alliance. These groups chant that if we don’t ‘change’ America, we will lose it. ‘Change’ is a word we hear over and over. By ‘change’ these groups mean Socialism. Virtually all members of these groups sincerely believe that they are fighting the Establishment. In reality they are an indispensable ally of the Establishment in fastening Socialism on all of us. The naive radicals think that under Socialism the ‘people’ will run everything. Actually, it will be a clique of Insiders in total control, consolidating and controlling all wealth. That is why these schoolboy Lenins and teenage Trotskys are allowed to roam free and are practically never arrested or prosecuted. They are protected. If the Establishment wanted the revolutionaries stopped, how long do you think they would be tolerated?”

“Instead, we find that most of these radicals are the recipients of largesse from major foundations or are receiving money from the government through the War on Poverty. The Rothschild-Rockefeller-C.F.R. [Council on Foreign Relations] Insiders at the top ‘surrender to the demands’ for Socialism from the mobs below. The radicals are doing the work of those whom they hate the most.”

Does that excerpt from “None Dare Call It Conspiracy,” written in 1971, sound familiar today? Of course it does. It reflects the same old strategy of pressure applied from both the top and bottom. The squeeze play.

The super-rich monopolists pretend to “bow to the socialist wishes” of the underclass and the protestors and the rioters.

It’s a straight con.

Don’t get caught in the word game which confuses Communism, Socialism, the Corporate State, Fascism, and Crony Capitalism.

When you put all these terms through the wash, they come out looking the same. They mean power at the top, disguised to appear as popular movements.

This is what lies beneath the “I have a plan” statements of Joe Biden.






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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.

99 comments on “Trump/Biden: two bombshell breaking stories

  1. Haniel Adhar says:

    I believe this executive order was created exclusively to fire Fauci and expose him. Once this happens, I think the order will be rescinded.

    • Don’t just, layout a dead fish and say look what I caught…extrapolate? Use your mind and tell me what you think, put some meat on…you are soundly weakly pro-trump.

      Why would he rescind something that has gained him so much power over the socialist ‘bad man orange crowd’ that generally dig into a bureaucratic job and stay there for life sucking up whatever they can get?

      These bureaucracies are filled to the brim with this kind of walking dead and Biden wants to create?…what? A million new green jobs…don’t those jobs exist already with prisons using prisoners to pick up the garbage in ditches and clean the landscape from all that corporate pollution.

  2. The Watchman says:

    Excellent article, Jon. I think it’s one of the best by you that I’ve ever read!!!! Will be linking today as usual @

    • Rick Potvin in Phoenix AZ says:

      His paragraphs could be longer. His style of writing panders to those who like one-sentence paragraphs. For example…

      The courier did an extensive investigation of the route and found no evidence to indicate how this happened.

      The executive order strips these bureaucrats of all sorts of built-in job protections.

      It’s no secret that, since taking office, Trump has been receiving huge pushback from federal agencies, all of which are part of the Federal Branch, under his command.

      There is major upside and downside to this executive order.

      Of course, big-time corporations and other actors already exert corrupt influence over these federal agencies.

      END OF QUOTES– All of the above, and there are more, are once sentence paragraphs that is today’s fashion in something called copy-writing. Advertisers figured out a long time ago that people with grade five average education become afraid to wade into a multi-sentence paragraph so they avoid using them. The problem is that the destruction of what we’ve known as “the paragraph” has the effect of destroying the notion of “the idea” as well. It takes a bright mind to grasp an idea which forms as a result of several sentences in a row. Jon ought to reconsider his writing style. I hinted at it before and now I’m coming out with it because I like him and his ideas.

      What Watchman calls “an article” as Jon has attempted above, would be graded C+ by my Grade 10 English composition teacher. It’s not really an article. It’s pretending to be an article using the modern marketing technique of punching the reading in the face with multiple one sentence paragraphs. It’s actually, in my opinion, an insult– but I’ve been too afraid to say it till now out of respect for Jon, his history and his knowledge base. One thing that Jon failed to do, however, that is a result of his perfuctory writing style is that he has failed to produce a book about the covid hoax that I can hand to someone in real-space. So the proof is thus in the pudding. I could go on– but I won’t. Well maybe one more thing. He failed to create an index here.

      But all of that is fine. I’m nitpicking in a world that’s going down right now. I’ve had a beer. I feel strongly in favor of what Jon writes but when Watchman said “excellent article”, that triggered me. I hope Jon approves this message because it’s done with respect but also with a daily recurring reaction I have to his style. It’s not my cup of tea. I read books with long paragraphs. I’m not in grade five.

      • Marty says:

        Rick, I think the one sentence paragraph is a hold over from writing for newspapers.

        Also, if you want something you can hand to someone, go to David Crowe’s website and print his Flaws in Coronavirus Pandemic Theory.

        Here’s the link for his website:

        Here’s the link for the essay

      • Paul says:

        I don’t know if you are a classical English teacher or not. In the end, it really doesn’t matter, but it would give you a different perspective on the written word.

        I grew up in a household that loved both the spoken & written forms of English. Mom, an English teacher. Sis, English Literature Major (back in the day, when a curriculum existed) with attention on The Bard.

        Jon needs not my defense. But your letter was respectful & thoughtful, & I’d like to offer my mere opinion. (Sorry for the ampersands). I am going to write in single sentences, NOT to irritate you, but to put TIME betwixt thoughts. It should be noted, Jon enjoys the musical “form” of jazz.

        IMHO, the times have changed. That is, I think Jon is writing “TO” us.

        Well…you may be thinking, “Gee Einstein…thanx for the revelation!”

        What I mean is, he must “contend” with “contemporaneous brain patterning” awash in a culture of “all-too-fast-media,” etc, etc.

        This juxtaposition, may be conscious or not, on his part. But I for one, find his style penetrating.

        And there is ONE GREAT REASON for THAT.

        He understands, most intimately, TIMING.

        He’s a MUSICIAN.

        Painting…, with a Pen.

        That’s what I Think.

        And Feel.

        (((Best Wishes)))

        • Pedro Jané says:

          Admit that most conversations between 2 people these days will hold both parties attention to the subject matter no longer than 2 or 3 minutes. The one focused on the original subject is often asked by the 2 minute mind, “What were we discussing?“.
          I’ve noticed that the majority of focused minds belong to intelligent teens, some of whom can stay on topic 30 minutes or more. The average adult is good for two or three minutes. It’s a conditioning imposed by today’s stoccato flow of news, ads and soundbytes that become imbedded in most everyone. Jon’s style is a necessary evil. He’s quite capable of long chainlinks of thought but would lose most readers if he stuck to that form of writing.
          Sad but true.

        • Paul says:

          To: Pedro Jane

          “It’s a conditioning imposed by today’s stoccato flow of news, ads and soundbytes that become imbedded in most everyone.”

          VERY ASTUTE!
          Thank you.

      • Pete says:

        I just have to ask why following old composition paragraph rules or a particular style of article presentation is what is important to you? Frankly, I”d rather be punched in the face with some kind of grammar anarchist with information that sinks in than try to muck through some stuffy ‘properly’ put together piece that has a hard time getting to the heart of the matter. It’s like saying “I love what you’re saying, I understand it… but I’d rather you did it the way I like it”.

        If you’re insulted, you could always find another journalist with another blog. For what my opinion is worth, the author communicates very effectively. I really don’t care if the information is conveyed like a classical musician or that of a punk rock band. Give it to me straight, doctor.

    • marty says:

      Yes, Watchman. I came to the comment section specifically to say the same thing. Well done, Jon.

  3. Invisible Man says:

    “Why don’t more people understand all this? Because their minds are clouded with propaganda and feel-good New Age oatmeal.”

    And why are their minds clouded? Probably because they attended a public school growing up, where they never learned how to think. State controlled public education is probably the biggest barrier to effective thinking that has ever been devised. Public schools simply teach the masses how to be cogs in a Machine, while ruling elites attend elite schools that prepare them for leadership positions. And it’s all done under the guise of “helping the public.”

    • CJ76 says:

      And dumbed down by flouride in water and god knows what in our food.

      • Lyn P says:

        Well we do know a few things…Glyphosate/pesticides, hormone-altering additives, trans-fats…all have impacts on brains and especially developing ones.

    • M says:

      This is the best article I’ve read of yours! Thank you! How do we educate everyone else before it’s too late?

    • Donna says:

      Invisible Man, I attended public school in Ohio, England, California, and back to Ohio. My dad was in the USAF. Critical thinking schools were encouraged by the teachers. Critical thinking is not a skill that can be taught like arithmetic and spelling; but, the teacher can help develop and encourage it.

      • Doug says:

        CORE MATH HAHAHA Critically thinking is required when a student is told 2+2 does not always = 4

      • Sam Shovel says:

        Yes, but consider all of your classmates and school, dare I say ‘mates’? Then let us know which generation you come from? Dates will work.

        • Invisible Man says:

          Donna, how old are you? Today, teachers aren’t even allowed to decide the content of their own classes beyond the most minimal considerations. Government bureaucrats decide what students are to learn or not learn. Teachers who are trying to open up their students’ minds usually burn out early or are driven out of the profession.

          You may have been taught critical thinking skills, but that is not something that is taught by public schools in general, and hasn’t been for many a decade.

          • Rick Potvin in Phoenix AZ says:

            Even in charter schools? I dunno. Aren’t charter schools in charge of their own course content?

          • Deanna Johnston Clark says:

            Isn’t it the responsibility of parents and grandparents to have conversations with the children? The whole point here was personal thinking through issues and personal responsibility.
            “Don’t take school so seriously…” was how I got through public schools. I got a SST score of 1267 with no PSAT and not caring. School ain’t real life.

  4. Jhon Eduard says:

    I want to Believe in the government system! I really, really want to believe! I voted with my feet and left the USA in 20005 after being born and raised in Washington DC. I guess I had too much experience with these political psychopaths, liars, and non-human entities to ever put trust in any government again. Whoever you choose, Trump or Biden I’m sad to think the “New World Order” agenda and Non-Human Interference moves on.

    • Rick Potvin in Phoenix AZ says:

      They’re alien reptilian shape-shifters. Don’t blame yourself. None of us thought they could have been real.

    • Bob says:

      I’m sorry to say you’re right. Either one is a horrid choice. Jon says that Biden’s socialism is really guided by and for the oligarchs but Trump’s actions are the same. Tax cuts that give away the store to wealthy and corporations. Elimination of laws to protect health and public lands that benefit only those that can afford to isolate themselves from the destruction. Both are corrupt, using their offices as family ATMs. My choice this Nov. is death by slow torture or a bullet in the head.

  5. Paul says:

    My God, THIS reads like Lightening!

    Just recently, you said of the media…

    “Oh, don’t look there, it’s too hot.”

    And NOW, you sear us with this!

    Sear away!
    We can take the heat.

  6. BS Detector says:

    Right on. When the choice is between a carefully orchestrated tyranny or bumbling inconsistency and bluster, I’ll take the latter any day and every day. All Hail Discordia!

  7. Eric Jacobson says:

    Jon, an excellent article! One contention. Will a “vote” for Trump really make any difference in the madness we are now experiencing?

    Is a last ditch vote for the “lesser of two evil puppets” really going to slow the bus down as it catapults over the guard rail and into the abyss below?

    Voting is a meaningless endeavor-allowed by our plantation owners- to give us slaves the illusion we somehow have a hand in how the plantation is run.

    • Piksil says:


      Have you seen “The Jones Plantation” animated short by Larken Rose? If not, it’s on YouTube. He is making it into a movie, from what I heard.

      Anyway, explains perfectly what you posit.

      I think all these renewed or re-escalating lockdowns and the second wave are designed to try to focus peoples’ attention on the (s)election, and away from what’s really going on. TPTSB will get raw data from voter turnout numbers confirming their diversion was successful. Any change will be welcome to the masses…no matter which ‘side’ ‘wins’ (is unveiled), because “it’s gotta be better than what we’re going through now”.

      Nope. Just different. Probably worse.

      • Eric Jacobson says:

        Piksil, I know this is a late reply, but thanks for your excellent input here. I have watched Larken’s “The Jones Plantation”. I was borrowing the plantation narrative directly from that short piece.

        What an excellent description of how the State gives the populace the illusion it somehow has a say in the way things are run. Meanwhile as the slave masters continue to pilfer, impoverish, and murder the slave peasants, they willingly go to the slaughter in the name of “freedom”, “prosperity”, and “fraternity”.

    • Lyn P says:

      A 25-yr. old video with David Icke – not long ago posted to his BitChute channel – details his studied review of Presidential elections and pretty convincingly describes how these men have been chosen to Win by global dictators/planners for at least 75 years and the Vote makes no difference in that. Other similar topics explored.

      It’s a long and dated talk but hits home currently in disturbing ways.

  8. ReluctantWarrior says:

    Jon: In light of what you have been saying recently I think you will find this article by Bill Sardi to be most interesting. ‘Is Infectious Disease Just a Shell game?’

    • Rick Potvin in Phoenix AZ says:

      Oh, I love that article at LewRockwell! Thanks! It deserves to be quoted slightly so readers get a sense of the writer’s ironic humor…

      A COUPLE OF QUOTES IN ONE PARAGRAPH so that it constitutes an ideational whole effect on the mind of the reader beyond fifth grade…
      “It is now revealed that the flu has almost vanished (98% decline) in this COVID-19 year of pandemic.  And not just here in the U.S.  According to a report in the DAILY MAIL, there were just 12 cases of the flu in Chile between April and October (7,000 cases of the flu were reported in the prior year).  In South Africa flu cases literally vanished. …. Cases of lung cancer also declined by 75%.  Or was lung cancer just coded as COVID-19?… Getting back to the vanishing flu act, actually there is a statistical trick going on. … Humanity has been brain-washed into thinking it has a “vaccine deficiency,” not a vitamin deficiency….

    • The Watchman says:

      Yes, Sardi posts a lot of great articles as well. Linked his article yesterday along with Jon’s at

  9. bleak says:

    As others have said, this is a great article. A ‘cards on the table’ article which needs to be read and reread.

    I read something yesterday that seems indispensable for understanding what is taking place.

    “History is Unerring, Redundant and Unforgiving: The Shocking Parallels of the 1917 Russian Bolshevik Revolution to 2020 US Leftist Rebellion”

  10. From Elsewhere says:

    Let me go on uncharted territory: cancel the elections, fire the candidates, hold the elections with other candidates, two or more! Is that so difficult? Unheard of, maybe. Feasible? Why not? Clearly, this is a trap. Choose now and you will choose the lesser evil. Why stick to that? The whole world is watching and waiting for the result. Stir it up! Shake it! Both, stir and shake! The greatest democracy still has a chance to win the applause of the whole world. Go back to the truthful roots of honesty, prosperity, all the liberties of the Old Constitution, founded and signed with blood by the Fathers. In God we trust! Not in the virus, the Faucis, the Trumps and Bidens…

    • Sam Shovel says:

      The “Founders” shed no blood for the Revolution and
      effectively killed it with the behind closed
      doors Constitution of 1787. Which make codification
      of the ‘American’ elites and system ( they were pretty much
      just as rotten then as they are now.)
      Just read the Anti-Federalists, We have the system
      now, pretty-much,that they predicted
      would happen.

    • eceres says:

      Beside your point on constitution, an item in article on executive order, there are now many orders, which function -only for central power. What three branches were to presumably prevent.
      Jon makes the point the order allows Trump to fire others though could also fire those who would act in interest to most people. Would further mention if Trump weren’t re-named president the order can be used by anyone, including Biden, or others. There are many executive orders now, none of them good, as again each of them controvert claim of system as three branches.
      Then again not that three branches amounted to anything since presidents and politicians also appoint the judges, so appears to be cycle, doesn’t it?

    • Paul says:

      Else & Sam,

      I agree TOTALLY, with BOTH your sentiments.

      But…THIS NOW MOMENT, we just have a few days.

      “Come On Man!”
      (That’s Joe, saying vote for Don).

      Waiting for better day.

  11. Paul says:

    “Don’t you think,
    in centuries past,
    when kings claimed
    to rule by Divine Right,
    that their followers
    concocted and believed
    extraordinary myths
    justifying their kings’ monumental acts
    of oppression?”

    I love the past-present re-casting.

    I can almost hear, the sliding metal plates, of armored Knights rebellion.

  12. BDBinc says:

    Central banking nations Presidents are appointed not voted in voting( fraud “he who counts the vote counts”) is a big scam maintaining the illusion of choice. As you can see from the media placement of a greater evil Biden in the medias election process (then a scandal) Trump looks set to stay in.
    He is just a corporate spokesperson, he makes none of the big decisions the Rockefeller’s and Rothschild’s call the shots ie tell him to lock up we the people.
    Trump like Clinton & Obama is just a puppet for the banking cabal.

  13. Peg B says:

    Dear Jon, thank you for explaining this so well – I have been really confused by the jargon.

    You said: “The super-rich monopolists pretend to “bow to the socialist wishes” of the underclass and the protestors and the rioters.

    It’s a straight con.

    Don’t get caught in the word game which confuses Communism, Socialism, the Corporate State, Fascism, and Crony Capitalism.

    When you put all these terms through the wash, they come out looking the same. They mean power at the top, disguised to appear as popular movements.”
    Again, thank you!

  14. Jeff Emory says:

    Great article Jon!! I do disagree about blaming Trump for “closing” the economy. I do not see anything in the Constitution about the President’s powers to override a governor’s lawless mandates. That is for the state’s citizens, and legislative, judicial branches to decide. I hold my governor (who is GOP) for her incompetence, and believe law suits are a comin!! Trump recommended for ALL states to open up, but I don’t see where he can force it. I could be wrong though 😉

    • Rick Potvin in Phoenix AZ says:

      Jeff, I lean toward your view but as Jon pointed out in an earlier post, Trump fell for the Fauci pitch derived from Ferguson’s glithy computer projection of 2 million deaths by declaring a national emergency. Trump renewed that emergency per requirements three months later. The gov’s and the cities are “legitimizing” their authority, somehow, from that original “national emergency”. Trump unleashed a force he could not control much like Mickey Mouse unleased the broomsticks and their bucket-carrying in Fantasia, no knowing what he was doing, in my opinion. He’s now attempting to double back but compared to Jon, only HALF doubling back.

  15. ken says:

    Is anyone aware that the CDC has suspended the monitoring of the Flu?

    “Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this system will suspend data collection for the 2020-21 influenza season. Data from previous seasons are available”

    Do not know if it is for all categories of collection or just one.
    Either way,,, why stop?

    Paragraph 3.

    • Invisible Man says:

      Why stop? Simple. The flu numbers were plummeting to record lows, which clearly is inexplicable unless you accept the obvious, that all the normal annual cases of the flu were being falsely relabelled as Covid.

      There IS no Covid outbreak. The flu numbers shrank to near zero because people sick with the flu were simply counted as Covid cases instead. Remember, the PCR test is not accurate. It’s sham science. But rather than admit this, the CDC is just going to stop counting flu cases so as not to shed any further light on the phone nature of the “epidemic.”

    • And we know what’s that for…makes this year’s conflation of data — unlike last years a lot easier to accomplish. Eliminates any chance of any intelligent person saying maybe the flu is the reason the numbers are so high, and it is not really a second wave…

      The CDC gets on board and in line for ‘Dark Winter’.

      “Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this system [State and Territorial Epidemiologists Report} will suspend data collection for the 2020-21 influenza season.”

      *my emphasis*

      • Lyn P says:

        Yet another example of They’re Telling You Outright What They are Doing (the “corona novel”). There have been so many examples of this it’s ridiculous.

        Dismantle the CDC immediately and health stats of the nation will improve. Because the CDC causes illness and death via medical dictra-cacy.

    • Peace says:

      Is anyone aware that this “novel” SARS-CoV-2 virus just “discovered” in 2019 was referenced along with SARS-CoV-3 virus in a paper in the Journal of Clinical Microbiology? Does anyone know this paper was written in 2007?? Does it truly matter who we choose as president? Big Pharma and unelected elites (Gates, Bezos) run the world, not just our country, the world.

      • Tim says:

        They’re all mad-scientists.(false authorities-pseudo-science=false religion+fake god)

        Jesus said; “Physician; heal thyself!!”

        This is why; They know not The Truth, therefore then,,,,, they know NOTHING!
        They are miscreators, pulling as many as they can into their erronious fantasy-world of DELUSION. Because? They know not what they do, they believe in unreal and untrue things.

        They know not what they are, they know not where they are, and they know not what this is. They believe the illusion is real, and they believe they are separate from what they see. They believe effect is cause.

        The only “virus” is fear, The father of lies. Guilt and false-judgements are it’s children…

        But they won’t believe this. They will dismiss it automatically, with a sneering contempt born of false pride and arrogance,, and fear…( “’s some religious nut..”)

        They are entitled the right to be wrong,, the problem arises when they seek to impose their beliefs and perceptions as absolute “truth” and “reality” on anyone(everyone) else.
        There’s gonna be a problem there…

        The Spirit Loves The Truth. The ego hates it.

  16. Rhonda Piccola says:

    Jon and Tucker, the check is in the mail, Yes, Really! Executive Order… Completely dismantle DoJ, FBI… The Orange haired one might be hiding out in another country if not nominated. All politicians take hush $$$ from big pharma.

  17. Paul says:

    “For decades,
    these alphabet agencies
    have been exceeding
    their legal powers…”

    “They pervert the meaning of laws.”

    Greg Gutfeld is no mental slouch. He often makes rather pointed observations.

    Some time ago, he re-played specific moments of Peter Strzok’s testimony before Congress.

    GG played these short clips, about 3x sequentially, just so viewers could see the facial expressions of Agent S.

    It was shocking, at the detail. The contortions. The underlying, simultaneous, mental processing, that invariably BLED THROUGH, no matter how hard the dear Agent tried to lay The Lie down unruffled.

    If you can find it, bear yourself witness, to a most unsuccessful, vain attempt & precisely what it looks like.


    You must understand that the muscles of facial expression are innervated by Cranial Nerve VII.

    These cell bodies are located in the pontine brainstem. That specificity, matters not, other than, know it’s a stones’ throw from higher cortical centers, that Generate Speech.

    Whose Original Design was invented for Truth Telling.

  18. NHNEC says:

    Broadcast to All Americans – You have never actually seen the lawful American Government in action in your lifetimes. Until now.

    Stop Drop and Read: Who represents you?

    If You Read Nothing Else…READ THIS: You Know Something is Wrong When…..: An American Affidavit of Probable Cause 1st Edition

    • Doug says:

      What about the Laroche PAC and the Quantum Financial System.

      Why stop with just Anna.

      Hey She is wonderful but a solution?

      Buy a gun shoot yourself before they get too close to shoot you

      • Rick Potvin in Phoenix AZ says:

        Hey! Larouche! Hello fellow Larouchie here on Jon’s blog. Anna is hard to follow and though valid, too archanely expressed for my patience and couple of beers. Larouche is great but his descendents don’t hold up his weight in my opinion. Furthermore, the entire moon landing and Mars projects are bogus. Let me tell you how Larouche can help Jon and us… briefly I promise.

        Write off the quadrillion in derivitives and re-install Glass-Stegall. That’s it. Got it? Jon?

      • JB says:

        A PAC? I don’t think that would help the people.

  19. JBW says:

    Being reminded of the basics is indispensable.

    1 a) the exercise of authority over a state, district, organization, institution, etc.; direction; control; rule; management b) the right, function, or power of governing
    2 b) a system of ruling, controlling, etc. b) an established system of political administration by which a nation, state, district, etc. is governed

    Wherever government exists, liberty does not. Take one of the biggest fallacies ever to be written:

    “WE THE PEOPLE of the United States (a lie; it was that remnant of the delegation appointed to revise and enhance, not convert the government) in order to
    1) form a more perfect Union,
    2) establish justice,
    3) insure domestic tranquility,
    4) provide for the common defense,
    5) promote the General Welfare,
    6) secure the blessings of Liberty to OURSELVES and OUR posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution FOR the United States of America.”

    According Bastiat, #4 is the only justifiable cause for uniting in common cause. #6 is a complete farce. Nobody NEEDS a government to enjoy the blessings of Liberty, or ensure that justice prevails. This is the great fallacy of the Anglo-Saxon/Norman heritage–that people NEED to be governed, i.e. CONTROLLED/REGULATED/DICTATED/HOMOGENIZED.

    Few students in American education ever learn that the majority of citizens in 1787 DID NOT WANT the Constitution with its “more perfect union” designed to serve the needs, fears, and ambitions of the mercantilists,bankers,traders,and speculators who had totally trashed the American economy and monetary system prior to and during the Revolution. (The New Nation/E Pluribus Unum/Novus Ordo Seclorum/We the People/On Power)It was crammed down their throats with a propaganda campaign coupled with back-room deals which has ever been the English way of manipulating the masses.

    “…there is not the slightest probability that there is a single man in the country, who both understands what the Constitution really is, and sincerely supports it for what it really is. The ostensible supporters of the Constitution, like the ostensible supporters of most other governments, are made up of three classes, viz.:

    1. Knaves, a numerous and active class, who see in the government an instrument which they can use for their own aggrandizement or wealth.

    2. Dupes—a large class, no doubt—each of whom, because he is allowed one voice out of millions in deciding what he may do with his own person and his own property, and because he is permitted to have the same voice in robbing, enslaving, and murdering others, that others have in robbing, enslaving, and murdering himself, is stupid enough to imagine that he is a ‘free man,’ a ‘sovereign’; that this is ‘a free government’; ‘a government of equal rights,’ ‘the best government on earth,’ and such like absurdities.

    3. A class who have some appreciation of the evils of government, but either do not see how to get rid of them, or do not choose to so far sacrifice their private interests as to give themselves seriously and earnestly to the work of making a change.” p26 No Treason

    Choosing the lesser of two evils is still choosing evil. When Reagan declared in his campaigning that government WAS the problem, everyone in the US should have stood up to abolish the Federal government with all its tentacled agencies.

    Laws are necessary to ensure justice (not retribution), which need no augmentation (sans politicians) past their simple declaration as the Sioux and hundreds of other tribes have done for generations. There is no form of government that has not been tried in the annals of political history. They are all subject to corruption from the inside, and a perennial lure to Utopianists and True Believers who want to inflict upon Man their peculiar notions of deportment.

    Liberty exists when people cease to control others. Justice exists when people make restitution for their offenses.

    • Doug says:

      Wow Great stuff. An now what?? Isn’t there more? Where do we go for your solution?

      People = all people. what if one person controls one other person? Liberty is gone then, yes?

      • jjtech says:

        Liberty of course doesn’t exist, if it did we wouldn’t be constantly forced to act against our own will. If govt. (and those behind it) force me to wear a useless piece of cloth on my face, than there is no freedom. Zero. The solution to current situation is civil disobedience. It’s out there to be used, but sadly people don’t seem to react. Like they’re zombiefied beyond repair. Those who can still think for themselves and make informed decisions could potentially create an “overgound country” ruled by the natural law/law of the land. We’d need to create our own minimalistic institutions – hospitals, banks etc. All based on the new currency, backed in somthing tangible – like food products for example. I can’t see any other option that gives us a chance to surivie and remain sane.

  20. Larry C says:

    Catherine Austin Fitts: COVID-19 = Disaster Capitalism.

    What we’re looking at is a Rico Conspiracy.

    • Lyn P says:

      She is astoundingly intelligent and talk about an inside scoop…

      If I have it right, she’s different in that her priority of attention/warning is on the financial picture side of this operation, rather than over-analyzing the medical con.

      It’s a MORE frightening story to hear.

  21. Paul says:

    Thank you for your post.

    It’s very comprehensive & I need time to digest.

    I have some education, but am sorely unfit regarding historical civics.

    I don’t know if you are Native American. If you feel that “they” (I do realize NA are composed of many, distinct & unique tribes. I mean NO disrespect in my usage of “they.”) have gotten a “raw deal” in this Nation’s founding, I would agree.

    No man, wants to see another suffer.

    Your last statement on, Liberty & Justice, conveys much.

    Thank you.

    • hayden says:

      Yes indeed the Native Americans got the full force of and old school fake narrative(Christianity) just like todays fake narratives(covid,911,ISIS ETC). ….

      Hopi have prophecys about there older brothers from the East….

      It is known that our True White Brother, when he comes, will be all powerful

      and will wear a red cap or red cloak. He will be large in population and

      belong to no religion but his very own. He will bring with him the sacred

      stone tablets. With him there will be two great ones, both very wise and

      powerful. One will have a symbol or sign of the swastika, which represents

      purity and is Female, a producer of life. The third one or the second one of

      the two helpers to our True White Brother will have a sign of a symbol of the

      sun. He, too, will be many people and very wise and powerful. [One will have

      the symbol of the moja, or cross.] We have in our sacred Kachina ceremonies a

      gourd rattle which is still in use today with these symbols of these powerful

      helpers of our True Brother.

      It is also prophesied that, if these three fail to fulfill their mission,

      then the one from the west will come like a big storm. He will be many in numbers and unmerciful.

      • hayden says:

        its a bugger that this happen…In 1890 a number of residents more receptive to the cultural influences moved closer to the trading post to establish Kykotsmovi Village, sometimes called New Oraibi. The continuing tension caused by the ideological schism between the “friendlies” (“New Hopi” to the traditional Hopi), those who were open to these cultural influences, and the “hostiles” (or “Traditionalists” led by Yukiuma) who opposed them (those who desired to preserve Hopi ways)[8] led to an event called the Oraibi Split in 1906. Tribal leaders on differing sides of the schism engaged in a bloodless competition to determine the outcome,[9] which resulted in the expulsion of the hostiles (Traditionalists), who left to found the village of Hotevilla. Subsequent efforts by the displaced residents to reintegrate resulted in an additional split, with the second group founding Bacavi.

        would seem Even Hopi became divided.

      • Paul says:

        There is a Legend of The Rainbow Man.

        He opens a hatch, & enters the arena of Earth.

        To accomplish his tasks.

        Thank you.

    • Piksil says:

      Kia Kaha:

      Thanks for posting, I had missed Alison’s latest post. Someone posted in the comments of that article a link to wrongkindofgreen. I highly recommend their (wrongkindofgreen) multi-part expose on the whole Greta Thunberg climate change scam.

      • Kia Kaha says:

        Yes, I agree. I’ve been reading at wrongkinofgreen too. There’s an army of NGOs and others up to no good. Twisted.
        There’s a prominent methodology used by the govt/corporate guilty appearing philanthropic or beneficial on the surface. Below the surface, a different story. The infiltrated channels do the same, imitate to disguise themselves while they mislead. They wait to see what the public says in protest against the harm they do to Earth and to the public, turn it around to blame the public, making the public responsible to pay for the correction that never comes while they make themselves out to be the do-gooders, as leaders of a recovery movement spreading nothing but goodness in the world, when what they are really doing is creating new revenue streams for themselves, more choices when placing their bets on the stock exchange to perpetuate their kind. About Greta et al, she tells their twisted story. Native Americans, native peoples worldwide, and the aware public have been exposing these crimes, sending out the warnings long before Greta, and without such generous media or financial backing. If the youth could see that it is the corrupt system at fault, then there’d be clarity and we’d be united in our efforts.

        Ronald Reagan Interview

        • Piksil says:

          “There’s an army of NGOs and others up to no good. Twisted”

          Kia Kaha:

          They are the new growth industry of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, ‘earning’ their fortunes on the back of a reduced, enslaved, imprisoned populace.

  22. Tim says:

    Honestly, the Fox story sounds fishy to me. Like maybe they’re taking a page out of the psychopathic liars playbook.
    Obviously if there is genuine evidential documents involved one wouldn’t send the originals by mail to a news media company, right? If so, then there wouldn’t be much point in going to the trouble of pilfering the package that could easily be replaced.
    I don’t believe it. No way are they going to risk loss in the mail without backup.

    • Paul says:

      “No way are they going to risk loss in the mail without backup.”

      I believe, it has since been reported, that TC was asked by UPS “do you have copies?”

      TC said “Of course.”

      But story is still developing.

  23. Arthur Danu says:

    Here’s a little entertainment while your watching the upcoming phony election:

    All the best to everyone!

  24. Sean says:

    Why cant we agree to respect one another values. For instance, if the law of the land, The Constitution, was socialist, and I wanted something different like Freedom, that would be my problem. And Id have a few choice to make a move to them. With joy!

    But since I do indeed resonate to to freedom, republic form of government, and that is what the law of the land coincidentally is, well I guess Im just going to have to stand by her and guild her.

    Outstanding article!

  25. Sue says:

    “Trump modulates his failures”: You mean like getting rid of the disastrous TPP and NAFTA? Or pulling out of the phony Paris Climate Accord? Cutting off U.S. funding to the completely corrupt W.H.O.? Replacing Fauci with Dr. Atlas? Flouting the mask mandates? He tried to tell us the pandemic was a hoax, but we have to take into account the backlash he received from the masked-minion public, the sleazy media, AND the powers-that-be. I’ll bet that was a quick lesson in how far you can take it with telling the truth, and where the brick wall emerges.

    Trump is a businessman. I don’t expect him to be as knowledgeable about vaccines as those who has made it their business to study the subject in depth. But he said very controversial things about them, which got him in hot water. He then tried to steer us in the direction of UV light and hydroxychloroquine and zinc. He has maintained that he will not make the vaccinations (which the majority of people are clamoring for) mandatory.

    I think there are too many armchair Monday morning quarterbacks imagining how he could do it, without being in his shoes and actually dealing with it all. And that includes the constant deep state efforts to get rid of him.

    Jacob Rothschild’s publication admits that President Trump …

    VIDEO EXPOSE OF THE GREAT RESET: Davos and the Plot to …

    • jjtech says:

      It’s all irrelevant. You will sit on your butt, immobilized by the gestapo type police watching needle plunged in your arm by a sold out “medic”. This is precisely what’s going to happen.

    • Sid says:

      Don’t forget MMS, the “chlorine” they refer to. The truth shall set us free. In pursuit thereof am I. Early voted and shot a R.E.D. round across the bow of the leftist luxury liner, the Non-USS Democratic P. It was a canister round, peppering the deck with Armor Piercing Incinderaries. May they burn in hell if they deserve it.

  26. Goin says:

    I am truly baffled!
    I appreciate all of your effort Jon, BUT how is it that you know the extent to which “the news” is manufactured and a bunch of lies and then you go quoting it as if it’s suddenly true!
    We admit that “they” lie, so how do we know when they’re telling the truth? We can’t!
    It’s all a scripted show. All the world’s a stage!

    The “hanging chad” fiasco in 2000 duped us into allowing computers to count the “vote”.

    Stalin: “It matters not how the people vote, what matters is who counts the votes.”

    This years “post office” fiasco will be addressed by this patent for “Blockchain vote tabulation” USPS received earlier THIS year:

    They must be psychic!

    Insanity: repeating the same thing expecting to get a different result.

    It’s over folks!
    It’s a criminal enterprise!
    I’m not addicted to hopium!

    • Paul says:

      “… how do we know when they’re telling the truth? We can’t!”

      IMHO, that is not completely true.

      I suspect, in the end (whatever that might actually be), if one is truly honest with one’s self, one ALWAYS SENSES the truth.

      Admittedly, the above is sketchy, the “signal” is not always clear.

      It’s a tired old saying, but we “walk by faith.”

      That is, “you’re smarter than you think & you already know better.”



      “They must be psychic!”


  27. Phil says:

    Trump is increasingly revealing himself to be a malleable wild card. He embodies the power of our minds to shape the universe. Ultimately, he will do what our quantum waves broadcast to him.
    It is VITAL to pray everyday that Light & Wisdom guide his decisions. Do NOT underestimate the importance of this. He may not be a Messiah – but he’s a Hammer nonetheless, wielded by our souls.

    • Paul says:


    • jjtech says:

      Keep deceiving yourself. Waves, light, wisdom – definitely not trump. Trump is a sold out clown who will bring you brilliant vaccine and fantastic meds and army on the street who will immobilize you while they’re sticking a needle in your arm.

      • Phil says:

        Hello, Shill 🙂
        I have just thanked Jesus Christ for unbinding you from any evil you may be suffering for. You are now free.
        Have an amazing & peaceful day.

  28. naomi116 says:

    Donald Trump was greatly influence by 33 degree Free Mason Normon Vincent Peale who I would not recommend to anyone, but I would do some research to get the picture. If anyone here is a Christian I highly recommend avoidance of Peale if your discernment is lacking.

  29. jjtech says:

    I’m long way past believing the actual voting can change anything. It never did and never will. Government needs to be abolished. Period. No more voting – just a waste of time. All politicians work for the same cast of gangsters.

    • JB says:

      Amen. What’s sad is that Americans act like you shot their mother when you tell them this. I said that to someone on a sports blog (they were talking about voting), and he called me a liar (and told me never to comment on his blog again). That is very sad and concerning. A lot of people believe (fallaciously) that voting is their only voice.

  30. Larry says:


    • Kevin says:

      Yes. Presidents and such are low on the totem pole. They are yes-men basically following scripts. The hierarchy of global control is centuries old and knows no international boundaries. One truly must take a journey back THRU time to Europe/Great Britain.
      Events in history have not just manifested. They have an evolution over time.

  31. Kevin says:

    In this particular piece there are 2 legal terms that should be reviewed in a Legal Dictionary.
    What is ” Federal” and what is “agency” (agent).

    Legal dictionaries do not establish a term and its definition. On the contrary; legal dictionaries use definitions set by lawmakers….the legislative branch.

  32. Sid says:

    Thanks for your contribution to greater understanding, despite the petty nit-picking of some.

    Notice the single sentence above. If it works?

    I believe that Trump has taken a stance to expose the extreme leftist/Marxist mentality with Blue State lockdowns and the non policing of the leftist cities. After the election maybe that will change. Strategic in nature on the tactical level.

  33. Derick says:

    I have not read all of Jon’s comments on political ideologies and so forth apart from COVID research, but I find this article has a couple of blind spots.

    1) The “riots” are mostly all “leftist socialists.” Patently not true as the more violent and common are clearly the alt-right/white supremacists, encouraged and emboldened by Trump, or a couple mentally ill (usually on some prescription drugs other). Hardly a universal behavior from “the left” which are overwhelmingly peaceful (JFK Jr’s visit to Germany for instance). I live very close to / within a major hot-spot of protests so I’m very aware of the demographics.

    2) Socialism is control by an all-powerful government. The only way a government becomes “all powerful” is when the private/corporacratic interests corrupt the government. This is called Fascism.

    I would suggest the readers and Jon consider that in that there are European/Scandanavian countries with functioning socialist governments that are not “all powerful.” And, furthermore, that where we may need to go is with a Social Democracy, which will protect the commons (which T. will never do), and represent citizens (which requires publicly funded elections).

    I find Libertarian views (Rand and Ron Paul, etc.) have a blind spot about how we can ever have freedom if large corporate interests are not strongly held in check with anti-monopoly control by a publicly represented government. Certainly handing over our country for 4 more years to a high-chair tyrant dereg’ing us into an environmental hellscape is not a very wise thing to do, even if we think he MIGHT not ramp up “operation warp speed” into a mass mandate run by the military (he though even so much as said he would and obviously only serves his financial oligarch funded interests!).

    I hardly think Biden compares to Trumps corruption – “come on man!” as Joe would say.

    • Lyn P says:

      A number of obvious critiques can be put forth on your paragraphs but you’ll either figure some of that out eventually, or you won’t…

      BUT, your last sentence?? Is this for REAL given the revelations of the last couple of weeks?? Do your sources on candidate corruption involve any information at all from the Biden poop-trail?

  34. hayden says:

    Sorry but i do not trust any of these bastards. And you want Trump to win does not matter they all brought and paid for. Trump Loves Israel get over it Donald Trump will not be a saviour.

    Death will be our saviour.

  35. TJ says:

    I’ve been critical of Trump in all this but based on some of the things he’s said in the last month or so, I am somewhat optimistic that he’s onto the scam and upon reelection will go in on it. The idea being, he did not catch onto it earlier or wasn’t paying good enough attention due to the impending election. He has also repeatedly said for months to open up America.

    If I’m wrong, I’ll go back to being critical, but there’s been a literal perfect storm of nonsense in the last 9 months. I’ll give him another chance to correct the ship here.

    But Biden is a total no-go. He’ll pivot directly to more Nazi lockdowns and restrictions.

  36. Bricius the mad says:

    I stated to as many as I could, that 2016 held something very different for anyone in power. It started in many countries, but America led the way. First, we need to understand that throughout history, one thing has kept tyrants in power – information. The possession of, the wielding of, knowledge. Centuries ago, it was easy for TPTB to keep such things for themselves, as communication networks were slow. Not so nowadays. Indeed, the very surveillance structure used developed by the intelligence communities is now being used by anyone and everyone. The speed of information has in fact freed up so many, on a global level.

    what I observed was this: that starting around 2015, the people had decided they had had enough. It isn’t about Trump. And he knows this. The people know this. They became aware that they could sidestep the powerful institutions of oppression, and choose who they wanted to run things. And make no mistake, the ‘Great Awakening’ is at the very simple level, the power of the people, the awareness that in a decentralized information network, they hold the power. That if they become dissatisfied with Trump, out he will go. Notice the intelligence of this resistance – not engaging with those who perform violence, or engaging on a sane level. When a skate park in California was filled by sand, the kids went and removed the sand, and turned one bowl into a sandlot for bmx bikes. And more than that, all over. The people are very aware. Here in my town, in Canada, the mandate was no mnore than six people gathering at a house for a party, or the cops will show up. So what happened? in a town where fireworks were not really a popular thing, suddenly there was a n immense amount of fireworks, even in my quiet neighborhood. A message.

    The signifigance of Trump being re-elected has somewhat to do with him, but more importantly, it’s a sign of a cultural evolution, where the people are staing what they desire, what they want, with a single voice. That’s what’s at stake here. As long as whomever is in power knows this, and respects it, they will continue to work in that regard. But we are entering a new age, one where information is at one’s fingertips, where any digital certificates implanted will be
    hacked within a short while, where individualism realizes it can agree on something, raise the voice on that, and make it happen.

    The globalists have lost most of their power, most of their control. They will decay into unimportance quite rapidly and those that think they can jump into the con and take the reins may have a struggle on their hands. As Bucky Fuller said: “Information wants to be free.”

  37. old hickory says:

    with a biden win at least we’ll know what we’re working with and the blicans will wake up. thinking is suspended when “our guy” is in charge, and, seeing the directions we’re going, the country would be better off with the blicans taking up oppositional stances.
    with trump the blicans (confused, stunned, amazed) are walking willingly into oblivion.

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