Jon Rappoport ~ Obama and the State of the Onion Address

Ahh, if only ….

Obama and the State of the Onion Address

by Jon Rappoport

January 28, 2014

http://www.nomorefakenews.com

Apparently, the President had ingested some kind of weird drug, because when he stepped to the podium he didn’t look at the teleprompter. He just started talking.

“…like every other recent President, when I take to this platform I’m expected to tell a certain number of lies dressed up as the truth. And believe me, folks, I had a few whoppers ready to go.

“But now I feel like doing something else. I’m not going to delve into the many scandals of my administration, because examining them and taking them apart and exposing the lies would keep us here all night and into tomorrow.

“Instead, I just want to explain my overarching agenda. It’s the same agenda every modern President has fronted for. I’m not really doing anything new. That’s a myth.

“You see, in order to become President in the first place, I had to sign on to the scheme to debase, throttle, and weaken this country. I have my methods. Every President has his own.

“Weakening America is part and parcel of Globalism. Ultimately, America will not the lead the way into what has been called the New World Order. International heavy hitters, bankers, and corporations will carry that ball. America will go along, with its population of sleeping masses.

“So-called Pax Americanus, or imperial American empire, has been shelved, in favor of a much larger operation.

“My basic job is allowing all this to happen, so we end up with a global management system, in which the individual is enmeshed.

“With some degree of accuracy, you could say that everything I’ve been doing is a smokescreen to obscure the march of Globalism.

“We politicians view humans at large as dangerous and badly programmed biological machines. Until new programming can be inserted universally, we keep things in check. We hold the fort.

“For the next two years, I’ll continue clamping down on rights and freedoms. I’ll support the Surveillance State. I’ll take away guns. I’ll step up psychiatric intervention. I’ll increase debt. I’ll keep unemployment high. I’ll probably launch a few more military interventions. Expect more mass shootings, which are covert actions, with appointed patsies to take the fall.

“I’ll allow the expanded militarization of local police forces. I’ll intercede, wherever possible, to stop individuals from living off the grid. I’ll try to mangle the spirit of self-sufficiency in whatever form it occurs.

“I’ll assist mega-corporations. I’ll keep as many doors open for Monsanto as I can.

“You get my drift. It’s business as usual. In my case, I’ll try to up the ante and intensify the collapse of America.

“Did someone put something in my cigarette or coffee? I’m telling the truth. It feels strange, very strange.

“Anyway, here’s to One World under one authority. It’s the only solution to our problems. Trust me, I wouldn’t mislead you. Give up, give in, take the ride. It’s not so bad. Resistance is a fool’s errand. The people who are running things are out to destroy independence. Let them. By the time they’re finished, you’ll see that ‘equality’ isn’t so bad.

“One final random thought. Agents of the US government killed Martin Luther King. In case you didn’t know that. Good night and good luck.”

Jon Rappoport

The author of two explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED and EXIT FROM 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 emails at http://www.nomorefakenews.com

6 responses to this post.

  1. This is funny – but I have a question, a thought. We all live on this planet, with its limited resources (e.g. fossil fuels, fresh water, minerals) and its renewable resources (e.g. crops, sunshine, art)—all spread across the globe, region by region. Shouldn’t the planetary resources be shared amongst all earthlings? Wouldn’t one way to do this be to have some type of nested global network/organization overseeing the distribution? Couldn’t this unifying network/organization be called a “government”?

    I want to suggest that the progressive movement starts to reframe and undemonize the idea of a “world government”. Because a loving, benevolent world government—created For the People/Plants/Animals/Elements/Earth—makes sense. A collective that connects and weaves local communities and local governments together for equitable sustainability. We ARE One World. One beautiful floating world, in a solar system, in a galaxy, in a universe. Let’s get it together!

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  2. In a perfect world with full accountability, I might agree. Daniel Andreev’s book, “The Rose of the World” presents such an idea. The issue — and it is a huge one — is that the people who want to be in charge of such systems tend to be sociopaths who use the kind, generous, eco-friendly intentions of their followers for highly manipulative ends. Until humanity awakens its ability to discern who’s lying — and that IS possible in someone not brainwashed, fluoridated, poisoned and shamed — anyway, until humanity starts exercising way better discernment, I don’t think we can move much beyond the local level for such initiatives, and I’m even wary of that.

    In theory, at the local, community level, people need to look others in the eye and live with the same consequences. Even that doesn’t always work out that way. I’m currently navigating the APA’s Sustainable Cities insertion of itself into Goshen. Having lived in Sonoma County and other places out West, I’ve seen the Stepford Wives nature of these “community-inspired” Comprehensive Plans. With all our moves, it actually became a joke between my ex and me that each of these towns expressed so much pride at their “local, unique vision,” which just happened to be nearly identical to all the “local, unique visions” of all the other places we’d lived where these planning agencies had come to town to “help.”

    On the surface, the plans look great. In actuality, they’ve had results of dispossessing organic farmers of their land, targeting off-gridders and homesteaders with ever changing zoning and code violations now under control of non-government organizations w/o citizen oversight. In their best incarnation, such plans reflect the sincere desires of local people to protect the Earth. In actuality, “sustainable redevelopment” tends to benefit certain corporations and NGO’s with interchangeable board members, crony contracts and the desire to grab as much land as possible. If you’ve seen the Wildlands Project maps, you’ll see what I mean: http://mtmultipleuse.org/wilderness/wildlands_map.htm All the red areas are intended for no human use. All the yellow areas are for highly restricted human use.

    There’s no recognition of things like permaculture in which people work WITH Nature. “The Green Mask” is cleverly designed to pull on heartstrings to get people to demand being rounded up into mega cities. This comes from the UN and their global “protecting” of the planet. “Behind the Green Mask” by Rosa Koire is tough to get into as a progressive, but if you read the book, you realize it’s written by someone who THOUGHT she shared those ideals … only to find those ideals were being used to manipulate people. IMHO, humanity has a long way to go before we will benefit from global governance. Progressives have done an excellent job of reframing and obfuscating the march towards globalism as a local movement. It’s downright depressing when you start digging into actual results rather than what’s promised. Having lived in some of the areas with the biggest gaps between promise and “unexpected” results, I can vouch for much of Rosa Koire’s book. I lived in Santa Rosa where she shares her personal struggle … and I was aware of much of the political wrangling as Sonoma County exists as an Agenda 21 target zone, just like much of the Bay Area.

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  3. Right On.

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  4. Grim. It’s too bad the wrong traits got selected for when humans were evolving / being developed. Though hope and idealism still exist, people like me are all too easy to exterminate. Oh well. Back to my sprout gardens and oracle cards and crystals…

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  5. If it’s any consolation, the energies do continue to shift and split. It just requires the genuinely kind people like you to step up the awareness a notch or two … to step into our own power so that there’s not such a vacuum at the top to be filled by the all too willing psychopaths and sociopaths. 🙂

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  6. Thanks. I’m running a personal ban on the lot of ’em. Access denied, no second chances 😉

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