“If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, we’ve flattered reality enough. It doesn’t need any more. Reality needs a massive injection of imagination.”
“If a person can’t imagine a better world, he’s stuck with this one.”
“Hopelessness is an op and it’s planet-wide.”
~ Jon Rappoport
By Catherine Austin Fitts
Jon Rappoport has been bravely calling out fake science and medical-pharmaceutical cartel trickery since the 1980s, the decade in which the cartel carried out its beta test known as HIV/AIDS. Each subsequent “dud epidemic”—from West Nile to Zika to Covid-19—has relied on the same recognizable pattern of propaganda and fake science, but at the same time has gotten progressively bigger and bolder. As I have often said, “Crime that pays is crime that stays.”
As soon as a “novel coronavirus” began making headlines in early 2020, Jon knew the narrative was about to begin anew, but with one key difference. China’s overnight lockdown of 50 and then 100 million people suggested that this time, the instigators felt emboldened and had the infrastructure—including unified “wall-to-wall” messaging and a previously inconceivable enforcement capability—to make the lies stick. Jon readily admits that Covid-19 is the biggest con he has ever covered—the “con of cons.”
One of the biggest barriers to inventing our own reality and rejecting the globalists’ dystopic vision of digital slavery is, according to Jon, people’s psychological propensity to want to boil complex phenomena down to just one thing—including swallowing the one-virus-one-disease reductionism that has driven every “dud epidemic” since HIV. If we are going to stop the control grid, it is essential to understand that “Covid” is a soundbite cover term for phenomena that are far more complex. And if you want to shed the overly simplistic explanations fed to us by the old media, this week’s interview—as well as Jon’s six-part Solari series from 2020 on the creation of a false epidemic—will be indispensable.
Jon’s clear-headed analysis can also help you connect the necessary dots between the multifaceted and long-standing “great poisoning”—of which “Covid” is just the latest installment—and the planet-wide financial and governance coups that we are now witnessing and must find ways to reject.
In Money & Markets this week, Catherine and John Titus will cover the latest events and market developments. E-mail your questions for Ask Catherine or post at the Money & Markets commentary here.
Please join us this Thursday, March 3, for How Do We Stop the Control Grid? with Jon Rappoport.
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