I’ve isolated the virus lovers

by Jon Rappoport

January 19, 2022

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As we know, there are many people who believe in the existence of viruses with all the certainty and passion they can muster.

After exhaustive research over a period of 14 years, in the lab, I’ve isolated, purified, and identified 16,768 distinct types of these virus lovers.

I’m now negotiating with Pfizer to develop a vaccine against each type. (Pfizer doesn’t care what a vaccine does; it only cares about marketing and money.)

From my vault, here is a profile of Type 6,659. See if he seems familiar.

Of course, he thinks of himself as “science-minded.” He likes models. He LIKES the notion of vast interconnected systems. Studying these systems feels stabilizing. Also feels like a warm bath with soft music in the background.

Closed systems—with the emphasis on CLOSED—appeal to him. Like crosswords puzzles.

Games are good. Chess, for example. If only the world were like chess. All the pieces on one board. Rules for their movements.

You can’t let someone move a piece off the board. That would be absurd. And you can’t let a person bring a piece on to the board from God knows where. We must have order.

Tight control.

Look at giant armies on parade, in the US, in the old Soviet Union, in China. Especially China. Perfect lines and rows. They’re heartening to him.

Look at a flower. It, too, is perfect. As you look deeper, into its structure, every tiny piece has its place.

What about its VITALITY?

Hmm. The microscope doesn’t show that. So this virus lover can discount it.

What about the vitality of a person? Must be a myth. Analysis only reveals interlocking structures. As in a machine.

Look at two people. The first one is sitting in a chair. His skin seems to be a shade of gray. He’s obviously fatigued. Not much going on. The second person is running through a field at top speed. But not just running. His stride seems to be elastic. He’s…what? Free? Alive?

This virus lover says: Nonsense. The only differences between these two people would be found and explained, inside their bodies, in the operating levels of systems.

One machine runs well; the other doesn’t. What else could be going on? Nothing. The first person needs to go to the shop for repair. That’s all.

Because closed structures are the totality of reality.

Of course they are.


You bet.

No doubt.


And when you take away a closed system from this virus lover, this addict who must have it, he shudders.

When he was a child, he played with a train set his parents bought him for Christmas. The train ran through a little village. It was breathtaking.

The world must be made into the train set.

The idea that systems and structures rest on something else—something ASTONISHING that can’t be plugged into equations—is alien to him. It doesn’t register.

Maybe someday, when he’s 90, and he’s sitting on the back porch dozing away, it’ll suddenly come to him. But for now, he has to have Closed Order.

Nothing can be disposed of. Certainly not the existence of the virus.

If you could send a vast parade by him; the works of thousands of artists who painted, for hundreds of years, beyond any system; he wouldn’t have a clue what he was looking at.

If you told him, LIFE SUPERSEDES THE GERM, he wouldn’t know what you were talking about.

When he enters his local Whole Foods, he looks for the hand sanitizer. He needs to have that goo on his hands.

In person, he seems friendly enough. But, for instance, if he owns a business, and you could walk in and stand in the corner and watch, you’d see he treats his employees like lowly peasants.

He’s in a rage. He really doesn’t know why. But he’s madly pursuing some sort of fictional perfection which should be met but somehow can never be met. Because it’s all in his mind.

He’s huffing and puffing because he must maintain his own mind as if it’s columns and rows of figures.

Take one number away and the whole structure could collapse.

It turns out he’s wrong. Dead wrong. His mind isn’t rows of figures, and nothing collapses when he stops obsessing, except obsession itself.

But he wouldn’t know that.

And he would say he’s defending the existence of the virus as just a matter of science. Good science. The best science.

Rounding out this portrait of what I would call a high-IQ-idiot, let’s say he owns a Rolex. He wears it every day. Prized possession. He looks at it the way an adoring child looks at his father.

As a lark, a joke, a little test, you tell him you want to remove a tiny piece of the internal works of this watch. Just one tiny piece.

You’d better step back.

If he’s packing heat, he’ll draw on you.

If he has the wherewithal and the clout, he’ll call in a drone strike.

This is a man who, standing in front of the mirror in the morning, takes ten minutes to trim his moustache.

And that’s just a segment of hair on his face.

You’re talking about his ROLEX.

Virus, virus, virus. His world MUST contain the virus.

To hold off the nameless Doom.

Let him go, walk away.

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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.

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33 comments on “I’ve isolated the virus lovers

  1. nadia says:

    Beautiful and so funny:)

    Thank you!

  2. Paul says:

    So very very funny Jon.
    And all-too-clever.
    It’s a gift!, to the moustache trimmers.


    They say, “matter cannot be destroyed.”

    Some say, “darkness, is merely, the absence of light.”

    I disagree with the latter. For I believe that Darkness is of its own Substance, possessing both Mind & Volition.


    It is said, that bodhisattvas possess the Power of Transformation.

    That is, these alchemical altruist’s can TRANSFORM darkness to Light.


    “Look Out”

  3. Low Voltage says:

    The concept of a “double-blind placebo study” refutes their entire premise. The mind and soul are more powerful than either the imaginary virus or the toxic cure.

  4. Eluard says:

    “Virus, virus, virus. His world MUST contain the virus.
    To hold off the nameless Doom.
    Let him go, walk away.”

    You know, I’ve been trying to engage with people like Robert Malone and Peter McCoullough on Gab–commenting under their posts (or creating new ones off of them) challenging them to at least speak of the work of Andrew Kaufman and his colleagues. They will not, they do not respond. Because the “obviousness” of the machine–the System (herein)–should be obvious to Everyone.

    I think with this piece of Jon’s–I’m done. I’m going to let them go. And walk away into my own spheres of energy and understandings. Thanks Jon, for that gentle push.

    • George McFetridge says:

      It seems to me that the fraud will have to die of its own accord. It’s the nature of it. Let’s all empty out while keeping alert.

      • Eluard says:

        Agree, George. It took me a while and Jon helped today, like a good Uncle. I like the way you put it, “empty out while keeping alert.” Very zen. And rings true. And let’s stay light in all senses.

        Siouxma, yes, we’ll never get anywhere with those people. I would ask them to read Jon’s recent pieces. It’s like asking a donkey to chant in Sanskrit (thanks Lou Reed). You get less than nowhere 😉 .

    • Siouxma says:

      Controlled Opposition never respond to legitimate inquiry. When Malone revealed he actually took his own poison twice and had a bad reaction, not to mention all the death and impending death among the Duped-Jabbed, a true Whistleblower would be shouting from the Rooftops to everyone: Do not take this poison or any other poseur vxx for whatever cooties of the moment. There is no killer cootie!!!

      Anyone telling us we must do this for the Greater Good or whatever total Buffalo Crap, you are facing your Enemy (employer, spouse, friend, bribed bureaucrats & shills like the despicable traitor DJT/MR. OPERATION WARP SPEED.

  5. R says:

    Could it Be? The High wire act I-Q guys, Whipping up Whirlwinds of front and center row rapt audience frenzy, In their orderly time in the shiny spot light, Just Another side of the Coin? The Music Men, in the circus of life. $tep right up ladies and gentleman I have some magic medicine man bottle$ Of… The devil has more than one face, or do they all originate from Chicago?

  6. R says:


    “The Covid pandemic could end next year, experts [Bill Gates] say — here’s what that looks like, and how the U.S. could get there”


    • George McFetridge says:

      The hold of conceptual garbage on the populace is staggering. It has to topple. But can one distinguish the garbage from the populace? General topple-time is the deal.

    • Jimmy says:

      The ‘pandemic’ ended for many long ago. It ends for the rest of the world when they say “enough,” and like Jon says, ‘walk away’.

      Oh yeah, and F#%& Bill Gates and all the other ‘experts’.

  7. trishwriter says:

    You’ve quite brilliantly captured the essence of the “covid” deception:

    It is a psychological operation extraordinaire; each person is affected in a way that draws on the psychological conditioning the person has received.

    It is quite astounding that the psychopaths could plan such an operation; and it’s even more astounding that so many are not seeing through it, perhaps because of the psychological blocks that have been throw our way for decades and perhaps centuries.

    Thank you for shedding light in a very dark world.

  8. Jim S Smith says:

    In a world where “beliefs” carry more weight than Facts,

    “The science” is long dead.

    The “virus”, indeed, has become the archetype of a “god” in the minds of many.

    • Alan Kwan says:

      Believing in, and paying heed to, a nonexistent entity of man’s fabrication, and acting accordingly – that constitutes idolatry.

      Believers who think that God is merely jealous of rivalry are underestimating God. The real reason God was so upset with idolatry was because God is true, while idolatry is falsehood.

  9. Mary M. says:

    Breaking News

    Starbucks nixes vaccine mandate after Supreme Court ruling


    Starbucks new age Nazi CEO and board members realized they were going to need file for bankruptcy by the end of this decade from all of the deaths and injuries that were going to be proven that they caused from their Hitler-Nazi-Germany-like medical experiment company policies!! Lol, Same time, guessing 5,000 to 20,000 of their employees quit in the last two weeks…and the best part…over 90 percent of them will not be returning…even as customers!!

    To the CEO of Starbucks: You exposed yourself again as being a true psychopath, you F’ed up! There is no pandemic. There is no “novel virus.” There never was a pandemic!! You made it into the history books and will be known for all eternity as just another useful idiot and one of the 1,000 most evil people to have ever lived!

  10. Roundball Shaman says:

    In the Michael Jackson song “Black Or White” are the following lyrics:

    “I am tired of this devil
    I am tired of this stuff
    I am tired of this business”

    While this song is originally intended as a comment on race, it also fits our current Covid Con Age of Delusion.

    The devil… the stuff… this ‘business’ as written above can be applied to the Covid Con.

    SANE people are tired of this ‘devil’ of massive social manipulation and re-arranging.

    SANE people are tired of ‘this stuff’.

    SANE people are tired of ‘this business’ of the entire Covid Con.

    The song goes on with the following lyric:

    “I’m not going to spend my life being a color”

    INSANE people have chosen to spend their lives living a Disease Delusion, in effect BEING the ‘disease’.

    INSANE people have decided to order others around who don’t go along with their mental and physical and spiritual pathologies.

    INSANE people are NOT tired of The Covid Con Industrial Complex business and are working tirelessly to institutionalize it fully within the main frame of American and World life.

    The choice today isn’t so much do you believe that Covid exists or not.

    The choice today isn’t so much to take the death jabs or not.

    The choice is: do you chose to be SANE or INSANE?

  11. homegirl says:

    “The idea that systems and structures rest on something else—something ASTONISHING that can’t be plugged into equations—is alien to him. It doesn’t register.”

    Many have lived in a box for some reason or for some ‘higher’ purpose. The scamdemic has widely exposed the very materialistic life of the herd who likes to be told what to think, eat, perform and value. It’s a copycat world with no imagination, no critical thinking and no spirituality. They LIKE it that way. It’s ‘home’.

    Soul and consciousness are foreign concepts—too indecipherable and fraught with potential danger for the vast majority.

    “Let him go, walk away.”


    • Cyrano says:

      Thanks, Homegirl-

      Fear of, Growing Up, and Leaving the False, but Easy security of the nest, den or Home, in order to strike out on one’s own, come what may, to fulfill one’s destiny is, truly an enterprise of the Brave. Looking around, do we not find that Nature Demands this of every creature, so to Come Into their own? Even, at the price of seeming cruelty, on occasion!

      But, Un- like our, “lower animal” brethern, We are fully Realized Humans…by Choice. The Culture of the Animal Kingdom, fully Supports and Nurtures their proper development/maturation. What can be said of Ours?! IF it is to be, each of us Alone and Together, must Make It So, would you not agree?

      • homegirl says:


        Yes, an enterprise of the brave, and the solo flyer. We won’t find too many ready to crush into the fast lane on that journey! And I’m not sure all of us are fully realized humans. We certainly have a base potential.

        What of ‘our’ kingdom … does it nurture and support proper development and maturation? Yes, but not in the way we might think nurture and support should happen. The difference between animal and human is individuation of soul. A spiritual endeavor. It seems that a process of maturation can only happen alone with some touch of togetherness along the way.

        “IF it is to be, each of us Alone and Together, must Make It So, would you not agree?”


  12. Canna Clatch says:


    Many thanks for your continued writing.

    I was curious to know if you had the essay written and released by Dr Mercola attempting to refute and banish the “virus isn’t real because it has never been isolated” crowd sent to you to read.

    He appears to feel that it is degrading to the movement to make such baseless statements.

    Here is the link:


    • Alan Kwan says:

      There is nothing new in Mercola’s article – nothing that has not been throughoutly addressed by Kaufman & co. Rather than the verbal dispute over what the word “isolation” should mean, the core of the matter is whether the virus has been scientifically proven to exist – and the answer is a clear, resounding “no”, as proven by Lanka’s control experiments.

      With that article, Mercola is strongly suspicious of being controlled opposition, with the intent to misinform.

  13. J Masters says:

    Thanks, Jon, for this jab of levity. Maybe tonight I won’t scream back at the TV “but there is no proof of any virus!”

    I would add to your clever virus-lover description that they attended a different history class from the one I attended. The following conversation I had last summer illustrates why.

    In June 2021, a virus-lover called me a “flat earther.” I quickly replied that I regard those who think like him to be today’s “flat earthers.”

    I reminded him that it was Galileo who, confined to his home, turned out to be correct; and that the “flat earthers” of the Inquisition, who burned books, turned out to be incorrect.

    I pointed out to the virus-lover that I’m NOT among those doing the censoring today.

    Needless to say I now avoid engaging with virus-lovers.

    • InnerCynic says:

      Isn’t that something. As I’ve had to point out, again and again, it’s the ones who promote their “final solution” upon everyone, jabs…masks… you name it, who are the goose stepping totalitarians.

  14. Courageous Lion says:

    I’ll tell you of one “Doctor” who is hung up on the “virus” is Dr. Mercola. He is CONvinced that it exists.

    And if you challenge his view, he will ban you from his forum. I posted a link to one of Jon’s articles and that was enough to “ban me temporarily”.

    Might as well be forever, because at that point I go somewhere where I can spread the truth. IF THE GERM THEORY were TRUE…NO one, not even Dr. Mercola would be alive to believe it.

    • InnerCynic says:

      Mercola couldn’t pimp his pills if he entertained any such thoughts. As much as I appreciate what he does it smacks as being disingenuous when you bury your lead story below an ad.

  15. Tobi says:

    I’d love to reply Jon
    but there’s too much to turn around in here
    Why do I feel opening things up gets me closed in?
    Am I not doing it right? Or is it just about abide..
    to the closed system of obey and control
    the old man rather goes for a stroll
    wondering how all your justifications roll
    to finally break through that 4th wall

    Getting closer I feel

  16. Prof. Federico Nazar says:

    Many believe, especially in homeopathic and Germanic medicine, that viruses don’t exist and that they are non-contagious exosomes. Those who don’t believe in viruses ignore how the tobacco plant Mosaic virus was isolated and separated from bacteria through porcelain filters and how healthy plants were infected by it, which proved it was the infectious agent

    “It took more than 20 years to appreciate its implications because it was inconsistent with the prevailing dogma of the time-Koch’s postulates. Although these ‘rules’ were actually conceived of as guidelines upon which to establish microbial causality and their implementation resulted in many new discoveries, they also had the unintended effect of limiting the interpretation of novel findings.”

    Others do believe viruses exist, but SARS-CoV-2 has never been isolated. Yet, the evidence is undisputable:

    In Jan 2020, the first isolation published in the world was from patients with pneumonia in Wuhan to study it in cell cultures.

    One of the first phylogenetic trees

    Without isolation, we’d never been able to discover ivermectin as a cure. The second isolation outside China was in Australia in 1 April 2020: only 2 days later, they proved that ivermectin obliterated viral load in the viral cultures.

    If there were no viruses, why would governments spend billions in virus weaponization through gain of function? What are those thousands of researchers doing all day?

    There are worldwide COVID19 sequence databases like the Global Initiative to Share Data on Avian Influenza (GISAID) and the Virus Pathogen Resources , which allows building Phylogenetic Trees.

    For instance, in Spain, 22 Jan 2021, the Ministry of Health and Instituto de Salud Carlos III published “Integration of genomic sequencing in SARS-CoV-2 surveillance”, which is regularly updated. About 30 institutions forming the SeqCOVID initiative have grown the virus and sequenced more than 23,000 SARS-CoV-2 samples in Spain.

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