The Drudge Report effect: a dumpster of social engineering and mind control

by Jon Rappoport

May 16, 2022

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In reporting on the Buffalo shooting, Drudge prints a series of headlines at the upper left of the page:

* Buffalo shooter targeted Black neighborhood…

* Was inspired by racist theory underpinning global carnage…

* Scene like Armageddon…

* Terrified shoppers jumped in freezers…

* Gov. calls for social media crackdown; ‘Instruments of evil’…

* Copycats becoming deadlier… Grim chronology…

* UPDATE: One dead, multiple injured in CA church shooting; Taiwanese congregation…

The key phrases are “inspired by racist theory underpinning,” and “social media crackdown.”

The whole point is convincing people to believe in the INCITEMENT narrative, when it comes to free speech:

“You see, we have to limit what people can post and write and say, because OTHER PEOPLE will be inspired by words to commit evil and violent crimes.”

This is the preferred method of social engineering and mind control these days.

Of course, it’s selective. No “liberal” in his right mind would suggest that leaking the Supreme Court opinion to overturn Roe v Wade incited people to gather at Justices’ homes to try to try to intimidate the Court. Of course not.

But racist posts online incited a white man to commit mass murder of black people in Buffalo. Sure. Right.

Taking the incitement narrative further, we’re supposed to blame the content of online racist posts for the mass murder, instead of focusing on the single shooter himself and saying he is solely responsible for the murders he committed.

Because putting responsibility on his head takes away the effect of the social engineering con.

We have to clamp down hard on social media and censor until the cows come home—to prevent mass murders. That’s what we’re supposed to believe.

Of course, any language in any context can be blamed for inciting someone else.

You write a series of tweets—and a few months later, a print-out of the tweets is found in a locker along with 6000 pages of other material; and the locker was rented by a man who just killed six shoppers in a mall—so you’re guilty of inciting.

Drudge goes for the tabloid effect. He could have posted links to any number of statements about free speech and the Constitution recently posted by authors…but where is the lurid payoff in doing that?

Here’s the picture you’re supposed to see: out there in the country, there are hundreds of men just waiting for the verbal trigger that will set them off. Without those triggers (posts, tweets), they would NEVER cause harm. It’s the triggers that are the problem. The triggers must be eliminated. Censored.

That’s what you’re supposed to see and believe, instead of realizing that a few men out there are already inclined to commit mass murder, and come hell or high water, they’ll FIND a reason to go on a rampage. And no amount of censorship will stop them.

And guess what? This is exactly the situation that applies to rabid censors. No matter what, they will find a reason to impose censorship on the population. They’ll find a reason, and it will align with their political and social agendas.

That’s called reality.

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16 comments on “The Drudge Report effect: a dumpster of social engineering and mind control

  1. ReluctantWarrior says:

    The Drudge Report is a great source for finding out what the ‘deep state’ is up to. I have not read one story on it recently that represents even a modicum of the truth. It is simply the main rag of state sponsored ‘news’ and a tool for fear mongering. The illegitimate government in Washington uses this to drive the sheeple over the cliff.

  2. walter says:

    Best check out if DRUDGE still owns and operates the DRUDGE REPORT. I seem to remember reading he SOLD OUT some time ago (years now).

    As for the “what” YOU are supposed to “believe”…the GOY will damn well “believe” whatever they are told…..

    OR ELSE.

  3. Paul says:

    Months ago, a man with a gun, took hostage a number of men at a synagogue.

    Purportedly, I think it was the Brits, warned our government of this man’s violent tendencies.

    A few days in the U.S., he took the prisoners. Thankfully, after a number of tense hours, they escaped, unharmed.

    The MSM, rather than simply explain the facts, raised the question of gun control.

    Lo these many years, hostages takers have used kitchen utensils as weapons.

  4. Susan says:


  5. Greg Ellis says:

    This shooting is almost certainly not FAKE. The crisis actors always give it away.

  6. Lauran says:

    Drudge sold out a long time ago…I wonder how much these people are paid to spew all their fake hysteria!

  7. Jim S. Smith says:

    THANK YOU JON! ! !

    All eyes and ears to the problem of “accountability” for one’s OWN actions!

    THIS very same convoluted thinking – is also of the same sort of blaming the “availability of guns” for the “increases in gun-crime”, rather than the actual perpetrators of those crimes.

    But let’s not stop there!

    Let’s also take hold of many of the “controlled operations”, which were originally presented as “drills” – but either got “reported” as IF real events – OR – those “exercises” that somehow became “live”!

    There’s plenty of room for sleuthing on those subject areas too. We truly ARE living a “surreal” existence, right now. How much of it is completely manufactured for effect, as opposed to those “convenient” events which just seem to “mysteriously” happen at the most opportune times? ? ?


    Everyone don their caps and capes, and let’s go by way of Sherlock Holmes, et al.

    Politics is in the business of selling fear, paranoia, AND “learned helplessness”. AND – what better way to sell a complete “top-down” global control system – than to push the People into clamoring FOR it?

    – JSSmith

  8. ICFUBAR says:

    By far the most egregious inciter of hatred are govts and other organizations that are controlled by those who wish to incite hatreds among the people along any and all societal fault lines real or created. If the people were left to themselves they would at once begin to act more and more civilly towards one another. This in turn would eventually have the people coming together to solve existing problems that affect their lives. Problems like the monopoly ownership of the money creation business where all money is created as interest bearing debt all owed to the infinitesimal small minority of bank preferred share owners. This ownership results in an omnipotent power that is leveraged by these owners to construct and control in their own dark interests. They could act for the good of all but instead choose to act solely for themselves such is their inner being.

  9. billy hill says:

    Maybe they will just change from a right to a privilege. You know the way a drivers license changed our right to travel freely to a privilege once we signed it. Then they can revoke it or allow it based on their whims and local statutes.

    • Courageous Lion says:

      The problem is that they will steal your car and put you in a cage if you refuse to follow their “drivers license” scam. It is ANOTHER right being infringed upon. I’d like to travel as a right, but I don’t really want to shoot a cop over it either and that is where it would lead.

  10. The Watchman says:

    Good article, Jon agree with you 100%. Have followed Drudge for many years and I don’t know what happened to him. He use to be a good alt media source and would link articles that questioned the narrative. Now he just links and pushes the narrative. Someone got to Matt in my opinion and it’s too bad!! Will be linking as usual tomorrow @

  11. Tim_2A says:

    NewSpeak, here we come. Doubleplus good.

  12. Opie Poik says:


    “That an anti-speech law was passed based on fake speech is a wonderful irony.”:

    “If there be time to expose through discussion the falsehood and fallacies, to avert the evil by the processes of education, the remedy to be applied is more speech, not enforced silence.”
    ~ Justice Louis D. Brandeis

    “Those who won our independence believed that the final end of the state was to make men free to develop their faculties… They valued liberty both as an end and as a means. They believed liberty to be the secret of happiness and courage to be the secret of liberty… that public discussion is a political duty; and that this should be a fundamental principle of the American government.”
    ~ Brandeis

  13. Brooklyn Dave says:

    Grand point about triggers. I am far from condoning the actions of the Buffalo shooter or the black guy in NYC a few weeks ago – or for that matter the Chinese guy that shot up a Taiwanese congregation. They should pay for their crimes. But at the same time I am against the idea of hate crimes because even though the actions are despicable, it is too connected to criminalizing “hate speech” and “thought crimes.” The left is always getting triggered – and over far less than murder. Yet the left loves those triggers and back them up to the hilt.

  14. Jim S. Smith says:

    A reference to the past “case law” by the SCOTUS – on the subject of “Fighting-words Doctrine”.

    HERE is an early example of “government” using the excuse of “incitement” in language.

    Whatever happened to the old saying: “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me”? ? ?

  15. Courageous Lion says:

    One of the statements made by the killer in Buffalo.

    He made the bizarre statement, when he answered whether he was a fed/shill/mossad agent/false flag/patsy/imposter/antifa/“three letter agent glow so bright” etc?, and said, “No, I don’t think so. Who knows maybe it’s the two shots of covid vaccine juice going through my bloodstream that’s really making me do this.”

    Since ONE OF THE SIDE EFFECTS IS MENTAL ISSUES, well, maybe this is true. Maybe the zombie shot is making zombies do zombie things.

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