What you’re supposed to think vs. what you think


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What you’re supposed to think vs. what you think

by Jon Rappoport

October 4, 2015

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)

I could trace my 30 years of investigative reporting as one long project emanating from what people are supposed to think.

What they’re supposed to think about nuclear weapons, pesticides, medical drugs, vaccines, presidential elections, major media, the CIA, US foreign policy, mega-corporations, brain research, collectivism, surveillance, psychiatry, immigration…

In each case, there are a set of messages broadcast to the population. These messages are projected to replace what people would think on their own, if left to their own devices.

And in many cases, these messages have the same underlying theme: feel unlimited sympathy.

Feel unlimited sympathy or else.

In the area of immigration, for example, people are supposed to welcome endless numbers of refugees to their shores and cities and…

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  1. Posted by Kieron on October 6, 2015 at 6:52 pm

    Ah yes. The shadow side of Aquarius, which is about the collective, and the danger is that the individual (Leo, the opposite sign) gets lost or suppressed. OTOH, too much individual can lead to selfishness, among other things.

    Sobering but invaluable essay.

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