by Jon Rappoport

June 29, 2012


(First, the article I just sent out by mass email to my list, HOW MEDICAL CRIMINALS FAKE MEDICAL REALITY EVERY DAY, was cut off half-way through, in transmission. I have no idea why. It’s there in full, from the same file, at my blog at So you can go there and read the rest.)


Okay. Here we go.


When NEED becomes the centerpiece of policy, you soon discover it is endless. That’s Real Politics 101.


Endless need slowly eats up everybody. If it isn’t stopped it becomes a fungus sporting a banner of humanitarianism.


People who don’t grasp that have no business trying to clarify politics. They should play checkers or golf or go into psychiatry.


Endless need creates a hive and a hive-consciousness. Surprising numbers of people like this. They want to live and think in a hive. They want to take their strength from the hive.


That is Collectivism on every level of life and experience and feeling.


The kicker is, this hive is always constructed by those who live outside it. Yes. The “leaders” who live outside it use the hive for their own ends. They care about the hive in the same way the moon cares about the New York Times. The people behind the curtain who created the hive fill it with platitudes, and these platitudes are gobbled up by the hive members like gifts from heaven. The hive is a religion and its followers worship it as the highest form of human experience, consciousness, love, and thought.


As time passes, the most ridiculous “fulfillments of need” are considered wonderful by the hive members. If a man who can’t see needs an elephant to lead him into a restaurant, the hive politicians will jump to it and pass a law requiring every roadside cafe to keep a ton of elephant food and four paid elephant-shit sweepers on board at all times, just in case.


And this is considered progress. For the collective, the whole, the All.


Hive members ARE EXPECTED TO BE DISABLED. It’s a requirement. The disability can come in many forms, not the least of which is “being human,” a condition celebrated as a death sentence in slow motion. Artists are expected to do their part in presenting images of humans as basically hopeless. Heroes are derided as cartoons.


Hive members share. If one or two members somehow rise to a level of prosperity that exceeds the norm, they must give away their excess to the rest, plus penalties. And that rule is, in many forms, enacted into laws backed up by force. This is the paradise of the Collective.


People are expected to be Nice, Nice, Nice, all the time, unless one of their members cracks through the ceiling of the Norm. Then the teeth are bared and the long knives come out.


The most complex operation a hive member undertakes during his life is the lowering of his own intelligence. He must do this. He must become a glazed apple. He must be able to grasp THOUGHT in very small pieces and BELIEVE he is seeing the whole picture.


Meanwhile, the men behind the curtain are manipulating the hive and extracting from it all the honey they can.


If hive members become aware of these men, they are duty-bound to complain and whine and never take action to leave the hive. They must stay and weep. They must stay and grumble.


If, by chance, members occasionally grab hold of a new idea, they must pursue it as if it is a new religion, a new revelation descended from the skies. That way, they will remain, at the core, passive receivers.


Most importantly, the hive members must NEVER see an externally imposed act of great kindness as a fake, a con, a gimmick, a ruse, a piece of fascism wrapped in lies. No, no, no, no. That is treason. That is a sign of a mental disorder.


Be simple like a child. When a gift is given, rejoice.


Welcome to Obamacare.


Welcome to the hive.


Jon Rappoport

The author of an explosive new collection, THE MATRIX REVEALED, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. 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.


  1. dwdial says:

    This column reminds me of a couple of Kurt Vonnegut short stories published over 50 years ago. The first is “Harrison Bergeron”, which depicts a future America where government-mandated equality and mediocrity is enforced by electronic devices that interrupt human thoughts lasting more than a mandated length of time. The second story is “Report On The Barnhouse Effect”, in which a professor discovers amazing powers of the human mind. The professor disappears after the military attempts to harness his abilities as a weapon. Both stories appear in a collection of Vonnegut short stories called “Welcome To The Monkey House” (1968), which you ought to be able to find in a local public library or online. God help us all!

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