Obama, Hillary/Bill, Bush, “income inequality and violence”

Obama, Hillary/Bill, Bush, “income inequality and violence”

The big lie

by Jon Rappoport

May 3, 2015


“There are lots of ways to destroy communities. One of the most successful is: take jobs away. Cancel jobs. Then, cover this plot with lies about poverty and inequality. Set race and against race: tap into human feelings and the mind in their vulnerable areas—where hatred and rancor can be stimulated. Thus, distract everyone from the truth.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

The US, England, Australia, Canada— everywhere you go you see the same specter and the same lying politicians:

The specter is Globalism and its effects—the open secret mainstream pols refuse to talk about.

The Globalist truth is simple, and it has been simple since the 1940s: If a government pushes a policy that sends jobs to foreign countries where labor is cheap, economic ruin follows at home.

It doesn’t take a genius or even an economist to figure it out.

Here in the US, Presidents and would-be Presidents babble on about wanting to reduce poverty while they covertly support stealing jobs and more jobs from US cities and towns.

This is Hillary Clinton. This is her husband, Bill, and George W Bush and Barack Obama.

“Weep for the poor. Pump in more welfare cash. Fix income equality. (Steal jobs).”

They know exactly what they’re doing, they know the lies they’re telling, they know the transnational corporations they’re backing, they know where the jobs are going.

In the process, whole nations are being sucked dry.

You own a company that makes widgets. Suddenly, a giant competitor opens up a factory in a country five thousand miles away and pays the workers six cents an hour.

That competitor floods the market in your country with widgets at his price. He gets away with it, because he pays no tariffs to ship the widgets into your country. The tariffs are illegal.

That’s one aspect of Globalism.

He wins, you lose. Your workers lose.

This is no accident. It’s by design. And the horrific consequences are part of the plan as well. The elite Globalist economic engineers aren’t idiots. They can see the future.

And the future is:

“Well, look at the world. Economies on the edge of a cliff, over the cliff. Vast inequality of income. There is only one way out of this. Central planning for Planet Earth, which will regulate the distribution of goods and services to all humankind…”

Totalitarian order from chaos.

Mega-corporations and governments in lock step, and behind them a small number of elite banks who create and loan money to favored cronies.

Welcome to Globalism.

The Matrix Revealed

When chaos breaks out in cities, pundits debate the “root causes” and manage to overlook the obvious, every time.

And political leaders, in a wretchedly failed attempt to sound noble, name their favorite “root causes” and their vague solutions.

The pundits, the political leaders, various academic dupes, talking news heads, foundations; they parrot the line: “Capitalism is causing all this, it’s evil.”

Capitalism is just the free and non-criminal exchange of goods and services for money. What’s causing all this is Globalism, which is the criminal and purposeful concentration of money and assets in fewer hands.

It’s the old Rockefeller/Carnegie pattern. First, by hook and by crook accumulate vast amounts of money. Then, attack that same unbridled money-accumulation (calling it capitalism) and promote “a more humane society,” which turns out to mean the Rockefellers and the Carnegies and their ilk run society from the top, “on behalf of the people.”

“We care.”

Sure they do. They care about control over the masses.

Globalism is David Rockefeller personified. Here is the kernel, in his own words, from his 2003 Memoirs:

“Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure—one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”

If you’ve been alert, you’ve noticed that, in the last 10 years, the word “Globalism” has been gradually drained from the vocabulary of the news. It’s replacement? “Capitalism.” This is intentional. It’s a distraction, part of the cover story.

Another distraction: “the national conversation about race.” It should be: “the conversation about who is stealing all the jobs and sending them elsewhere.”

A whole lot of people would have surprisingly intelligent contributions to make to that conversation.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE 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 NoMoreFakeNews.com or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

26 comments on “Obama, Hillary/Bill, Bush, “income inequality and violence”

  1. theodorewesson says:

    There is also the labor extracted — at a very low cost — from US citizens locked up for victimless crimes…


    The Prison Industry in the United States: Big Business or a New Form of Slavery?



    Thanks to prison labor, the United States is once again an attractive location for investment in work that was designed for Third World labor markets. A company that operated a maquiladora (assembly plant in Mexico near the border) closed down its operations there and relocated to San Quentin State Prison in California. In Texas, a factory fired its 150 workers and contracted the services of prisoner-workers from the private Lockhart Texas prison, where circuit boards are assembled for companies like IBM and Compaq.

    [Former] Oregon State Representative Kevin Mannix recently urged Nike to cut its production in Indonesia and bring it to his state, telling the shoe manufacturer that “there won’t be any transportation costs; we’re offering you competitive prison labor (here).”

    • Sherlock says:

      It’s so outraging to see so many people convicted of non-violent crimes and long prison sentence, especially when a crime is committed by a big corporeation, no one goes to jail. Some of them are even declared to big to fail. Eric Holder was the master of those “to big to fail”. I rememeber when I read this article… I was so angry. HSBC bank financed terrorism and narcotic traffickers + laundered money, then got a out-of-jail-free card.


      First, the crime is monstruous! We are losing all our liberties because we need to be protected against the same terrorists the bank has financed. The “too big to fail” is ridiculous and the reason given is illogic. They say: “an indictment would undermine the entire financial system”, but in reality, they have no clue + it would undermine a financial system RIGGED, and finally why they couldn’t put these criminals in jail? I’m sure we could have found some people ready to take their postition. How they can pronounce the word “justice” and convict someone for possession of microscopic quantities of illegal drugs after that?

  2. brad says:

    It took about 150 years or so, but it worked. First, take a mostly self-directed, self-sufficient population and convince them life is better (easier) working for someone else for a wage, luring them with ‘perqs’ and ‘benefits’; create, and make compulsory, a school system whose only purpose is to create workers; take it to the point where the population loses any skills of, or even desire for, self-sufficiency so they become dependent on having a ‘job’; then control the jobs (take them away, adjust wages, play with inflation, whatever you want) to make the population vulnerable and dependent on the ruling class. Simple, and done.

    A similar pattern was followed to destroy small business and remake the world of commerce into a corporate distopia — lure people in with ‘low prices’; drive mom and pop out of business creating a dependence on big-box stores; ring more and more profits out by slowly degrading the quality of goods and services (mostly by off-shoring manufacturing).

    When we allow ourselves to become dependent, we get what’s given to us.

    • Doug says:

      What you say is so true. I am glad I figured it out when young. I have worked for myself for many years now; worked hard to acquire skills which allow me to do that, and at 61, feel fortunate and thankful that I can still cut wood and fashion it into something functional and attractive. I work hard, perform at a high level, am easy to work with, and charge very fair fees – a recipe for continued opportunity. I cannot stand those who feel the need to squeeze every cent they can out of a situation. I am not one of those, and I have learned to spot ’em and run when I encounter them. Those of us still able to conduct proper business with a handshake are a dying breed it seems.

  3. From Québec says:

    Problem Reaction Solution. Governments alway use them. First they create the problem, then the public reacts badly, and governments come out with their solution. It’s a never ending procedure, since their new solution always brings back another bad reaction from the public… and so on.

    Wait till the new robots will take all of the jobs. Then what?

  4. mary says:

    as for the prison labor, now we know why so many have been incarcerated for so little a crime….we are in a cesspool,I wish I had a more positive statement.

  5. From Québec says:

    Capitalism is the best system ever invented:

    – You start a business, you have a good product, at a good price, and you give a good service to your clients. You also hire workers at a fair rate.
    Soon, you become very popular, you are successful and you make a lot of money and you deserve it 100%. Everybody is happy. You are happy, your customers are happy, and your workers are happy.

    – You start a business, you have a cheap product, at an over price rate, you don’t care about your clients and you pay the workers at minimum wage
    Your reputation soon fades. Nobody is happy. You loose your clients and your workers and you go bankrupt and you deserve it 100%. No bail out money for you, you degenerated scum.

    But, what we have right now, is not capitalism. It is fascism. Big corporations and banks in bed with governments. And when they fall, they are bailed out with citizens hard earned money.

    Talk about a fraud!

    • From Québec says:


      “I give you a billion bucks. I say “Jon what are you going to do with your billion bucks.”
      You say “Michael my clever and rather handsome fellow. I am going to set up schools to teach kids to imagine and expand imagination. Creativity and their personal power. I will educate kids to the higher standard of the Trivium.”


      But, you are right. It’s not about money, it’s about power.

  6. Sherlock says:

    They can also babble on about wanting your safety to push competition out of business. It’s hard to accept, but you’re still supposed to believe that they are concerned about your safety. Here’s a good example:

    Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-California) and Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) want you to be safe. Therefore, for your protection, they have created the Personal Care Products Safety Act (S. 1014). This bill would amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to ensure the safety of cosmetics.

    Dianne loves you so much that she stays awake all night trying to figure out how to make the world a safer place for you. In reality, this act will create requirements for fees, licenses, and inspections. Consequently, it will make it impossible for the small businesses to continue running, since they can’t afford these fees. By eliminating artisanal soap makers and other small businesses, Johnson & Johnson a proud supporter of this bill will be able to sell a lot more toxin-containing skin care products. For your safety! They are so concerned about your safety, that the FDA will oversight the ingredients used in your favorite personal care products, while during the year 100 000 Americans will be killed by drugs they approved to be safe.

  7. Bruce says:

    Cut Billary Bush OFF at the BILL$!

  8. From Québec says:

    Lee Ann McAdoo explains very well in that video, the Problem Reaction Solution that the Elites use. Here it is about Baltimore riots:

    INFOWARS Nightly News: with Lee Ann McAdoo Tuesday April 28 2015

  9. Greg O. says:

    Or as Inspector Jacques Clouseau might say: “Ah yes, the old Problem — Reaction — Solution ploy!”

    Sorry, don’t mean to make light of the criminals and traitors who are currently stealing our country right out from under us. I like how they’re starting to use the term “Global Governance”. It sounds so much nobler than that unseemly “New World Order” phrase that the conspiracy nutjobs are always yammering on about.

    • theodorewesson says:

      “I like how they’re starting to use the term ‘Global Governance’ [instead of the term ‘New World Order’].”

      You’re right. That slipped under my radar until now. Thanks for mentioning this!

  10. FreddyPenner says:

    The six insane ruler Clowns have promised re-incarnation to many of the elites in exchange for dedicating their lives to the globalist agenda. Are the elite being fooled or will they be rewarded with life everlasting? Answer: The Clowns don’t really care that much because they are so fucking high! It’s a crap shoot. What a crazy world!

  11. Plato says:

    Capitalism, (unlimited greed) always lays the foundation for a plutocracy, oligarchy, monarchy, theocracy and dictatorship!
    The free market is a good idea, but no individuals should amass more money than the masses and buy the governments.
    Capitalism with a maximum yearly income of about 15x the min. wage and a flat tax would be sustainable. I call that limited capitalism.

    • From Québec says:


      Nobody could buy any government if the politicians weren’t so corrupted.The problem is not the Free Market nor Capitalism, the problem is that the people who want to become politicians are hungry for power. So they take their money from big corrupted corporations, and you end-up with Corporatism (big corporations in bed with governments).

      The solution:

      STOP electing liars and tyrants. Know everything about a candidate before you vote for him, Put a limit on money to be spent on election campaigns . Ban all contributions coming from corporations, only accept contributions from citizens and fix a price not to be exceeded. . Put a term limit for politicians… no more lifetime career for them. Shorten election campaigns. A whole year in the U.S. for an election, this is so ridiculous. In Canada, a month’s campaign is enough. And only use paper ballots, it’s almost impossible to rig an election that way.

      What you are proposing “limited capitalism” is against the freedom of people
      Why do you want more laws for us? Why not make new laws for politicians and corporations instead? That would be a nice change!

  12. brandi says:

    Bushes, Hitlery and Obama all crypto [NWO agents].

  13. ramolad says:

    […] The whole issue of race problems that’s in our face these days–the crazy police action, the senseless brutality, the spurts of violence at protests, and then the Reaction with National Guard brought in, and police with riot gear and this whole Income Equality/Civil Unrest/Future Violence trope that’s trotted out is what’s mentioned here. There are hidden stories behind police violence that media doesn’t cover–the training of police with Israeli Mossad and military, the targeting of some police with EMR weapons–is there a movement afoot to make some police act more aggressively/brutally than they would otherwise? Stories to unravel there.

  14. R. Hawthorne says:

    Reblogged this on Tales from the awakened mind and commented:
    Behind the curtain of deception, things are working much different than voted. It’s not a country like phenomenon, we have consolidated fraud from the hidden hand in the background. If we become able to see it, we got the opportunity to elect or choose a better path. But first we all to to understand the system.

  15. Reblogged this on celestialmusingsblog and commented:
    let’s muse on this and form good belief systems that might serve US this time in stead of the fat cats in DC???? The Clinton’s are fat enough although I would love to see a woman be president but the woman has to think like a woman not patriarchal despot.

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