Podcast: Kill-Shot Psychiatry, George Carlin, hero Peter Breggin

And the Real Drug War That Is Eating America

by Jon Rappoport

April 26, 2022

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The response to my launch of podcasts has been terrific.

Go to my substack page, pay a few bucks to subscribe, and listen to something that is definitely unique. I assure you, I’m pulling out all the stops.

The recently launched and failed streaming debacle, CNN+, could only wish they had my podcasts to deliver. They would have built ratings through the roof—because people want to UNDERSTAND the real issues that radically change their lives. Issues I’ve been investigating and reporting on for 35 years.

These audio presentations give me a chance to blend my personal experiences with hard information. I can finally tell the stories behind the stories—how I came to discover hidden elements of the Deep Culture that has been transforming the West.

It’s far from doom and gloom, because there have been heroes I’ve met and known along the way. Men and women who’ve stood against the tide. So these podcasts are their stories as well.

My new podcast, which is up at substack now, is: KILL-SHOT PSYCHIATRY, GEORGE CARLIN, AND HERO PETER BREGGIN; THE REAL DRUG WAR THAT IS EATING AMERICA. (Part-1 is here and Part-2 is here)

It’s the story of one of my deepest and longest investigations.

I describe my first face to face meeting with Dr. Peter Breggin in Los Angeles. It was a major turning point for me. Peter is the pioneering psychiatrist who blew the whistle on his own profession and, by sheer force of personality and relentless intelligence, armed with a mountain of shocking facts, survived all the blows his colleagues could try to rain down on his head.

In person, and on-camera, Peter is a star. When he starts talking, he delivers truth as few people can.

George Carlin was a different kind of star. My one conversation with him, a few years before his death, shed light on something entirely unexpected. We spoke between sets of one of his electrifying performances in San Diego—and I realized how audiences were changing.

They were drugged—and not in a good way (if there is a good way).

They were casualties in the drug war. I go into the real nature of that war in my new podcast. At various times in my 84 years, I’ve seen, up close and personal, the effects of medical and street drugs on radically different groups of people—in normal small towns all the way up to corporate board rooms.

This is the real zombie apocalypse. And it has as much or more to do with big banks as it does with venomous street dealers.

I’m committed to making this war known and understood, in every possible way—and I pull no punches in the podcast.

There is another hero I talk about in the podcast, a DEA agent I interviewed off the record, who spelled out how the whole Congress and the President (Obama) opened the door wide to Pharma companies—traffickers in the deadliest drugs ever to hit America’s streets.

A significant amount of the insane and incomprehensible statements and actions we’ve been witnessing around us have their hidden roots in effects of drugs. The celebration of drugs (both street and pharma) took off 50 years ago. It was a planned operation, designed to destabilize and take down societies and nations.

In fact, much earlier, in the 1950s, the CIA, during its infamous MKULTRA mind control program, was consciously seeking out drugs that could disable populations. This was one of the secret aspects of MKULTRA.

The result of that plan and that search came to fruition—but not within the CIA. The overwhelming success was transferred to the field of psychiatry, which became the kissing cousin of the CIA—and psychiatry was medically justified (through fraudulent research) and enthroned with official status by national governments.

Psychiatry IS the official gatekeeper of the mind and consciousness.

And it is also the dispenser of killer drugs.

Originally, I planned to boil down and limit this podcast, time-wise, but I quickly realized that, of course, the material and the vital stories were the whole point…and as long as it took, I would tell the tale. In the fullest terms possible. No holds barred.

That’s what I’ve done.

If you know my work, you know I’m not out to bore people. Facts are supposedly to be ALIVE, and they are when you see the human effects behind the data.

So tune in to my latest podcast (Part-1, Part-2) and listen to the raw truth about what happened when the CIA’s mind control program became America’s new Culture.

As always, thank you for your support.


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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.

14 comments on “Podcast: Kill-Shot Psychiatry, George Carlin, hero Peter Breggin

  1. PM says:

    Jon, you want us to subscribe using the NWO credit card system…don’t you have a bit coin address or other grass roots method?

  2. Barry Haslam says:

    The British government are also in collusion with Pharma to spread the prescribing of mind altering drugs ie benzodiazepines aka Valium, Ativan etc. The medical profession knew in the 1960/70s, that these drugs could create dependency for patients even in therapeutic dosages. Matters became even more damning and dangerous, when later research showed patients who have been prescribed these drugs have an increased risk of going on to develop brain damage, Alzheimer’s disease and certain types of cancer. Our government don’t give a damn for the victims of these neurotoxic set of drugs. They have just walked away from any accountability. Criminal and cowardly.

  3. SJ says:

    I realised that something was wrong with the concept of Freudian based Psychiatry when I was a medical student in London in the 80s. I thought and still do that in order to understand the nature of mind [the mind] we need to learn about meditation etc
    Simplistically put…a healthy happy childhood will produce healthy happy adults!

  4. SJ says:

    I like and recommend the work of Martin Seligman..A pioneer of Positive Psychology..Flourishing ….all great concepts and practical strategies to help us get through life.

  5. Arthur Danu says:

    Enjoy the ride while we’ve all got the time, my friends!

    For everyone of us, all things must end!

    May your last glance be filled with Love Divine!

    And all applaud as your reward as you step to the end of your line!


  6. William R Hall Jr says:

    I always thought that it was really wrong that shrinks have the name Doctor in front of their names when cartoonists don’t.

  7. Paul says:


    On WarRoom, Royce White (Candidate for MN U.S. House) made an excellent point about failing inner cities under Democratic control, & how the Republicans must address this mess.

    I wonder, & I imagine it would be a tremendous hard lift, but should each Congressional District be more uniform in shape, & closely local, such that, the people of those areas are close neighbors, likely of similar socioeconomic status, & might possess the same specific concerns, that they want their U.S. Representative to address.

    Example: inner city might want funds to improve streets, destroy old/unsafe buildings, with new, more attractive structures built. Builders & Architects should be from within or surrounding local area & workers from neighborhood are given first choice with employment in rebuild. This might foster pride in re-forming one’s personal neighborhood.

    I’ve seen some Districts drawn which make no sense, regarding their shape. Long, narrow drawn paths, simply to either reach or contain, certain racial groups of people.

    How about a District Map consisting of essentially squarish & rectangular shapes.

    Let natural structures (large bodies of water, mountains) delimit a perimeter of the District.

    Just a thought.

  8. Paul says:

    The Republican Re-Build:
    On The Ground &
    Battling For Specific
    Community Vision

    Individual & Small,
    Local Communities
    ala Jon Rappoport

    I have an audio of Jon’s, that he spoke about subjects of concern facing local communities. He utilized the term, “local heroes.”

    It could be tailored to each small community.

    It would be driven by HONEST LOCAL leaders [political, business, artistic, etc.] OF THAT COMMUNITY, who would work together, toward efficient, frugal, & well-constructed improvements.

    It would NOT be, throwing large sums of tax-payer money, toward monied interests, in a cookie-cutter fashion, resulting in minimal improvements & large waste.

    In it (from long ago memory) he discussed his ideas about sustainable long-lasting improvements, designed specifically around the REAL needs & reasonable/achievable wants, of the local individuated community.

  9. eceres says:

    Really appreciate your work on this Jon and the attention to and of Peter Breggin, is more important than people realize. And suggestion, I’ve read his site before, besides listen to Jon’s podcast a good idea is copy a few things from Breggin to keep as reference, never know how long things will be on the web. Is why immportant for us to make effort to keep what freedom we have. Others want to take it. Making claims of mental authority is one of the most devious things the cons do. More people need to know. Appreciate the article.

  10. Paul says:

    “The good building is not one that hurts the landscape, but one which makes the landscape more beautiful than it was before the building was built.”

    “We create our buildings and then they create us. Likewise, we construct our circle of friends and our communities and then they construct us.”

    “Art is a discovery and development of elementary principles of nature into beautiful forms suitable for human use.”

    “Architecture is the triumph of human imagination over materials, methods, and men, to put man into possession of his own Earth.”

    “Beautiful buildings are more than scientific. They are true organisms, spiritually conceived; works of art, using the best technology by inspiration rather than the idiosyncrasies of mere taste or any averaging by the committee mind.”

    “The thing always happens that you really believe in, and the belief in a thing makes it happen.”

    “Every great architect is – necessarily – a great poet.

    He must be a great original interpreter of his time, his day, his age.”

    ~ Frank Lloyd Wright

  11. Mark Williamson says:

    Hi Jon, thanks so much for all your ongoing work. I am happy you’ve found Substack and are using it to stay solvent.

    I wonder if you could please apply some pressure to them to allow crypto payments instead of only supporting the two big credit card providers.

    I’m sure it would allow more people to enjoy the content, including people who have been excluded from the regular banking system like I have.

  12. L Garou says:

    There never has been a war on drugs.

    There always has been a drug war on the competition.

    The collateral damage is witnessed in prisons, cemeteries and battlefields across the world.

  13. BDBinc says:

    Psychiatry IS the theory of mind.

    The theory reduces human beings to a separate body and brain meat machine( no spirit).

    Which is why it is used for political mind control.

    Fear and desire.

    On a positive note There are other branches of positive psychology that seek to listen with non judgement and love in order to empower you to heal (the past trauma). Essentially teaching mindful practices( meditation). No ego as the master =no suffering.

    No ego no past in you no way to control you. Freedom.

    Psychology works on understanding the personality traits /patterns (ego- the past in you) The Ego that operates on fear of loss and desire for gain.

  14. Did anybody else hear something falling?

    I’m sure I did.


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