If this were a Presidential campaign speech

If this were a Presidential campaign speech

by Jon Rappoport

October 12, 2015

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

After a round of applause on the heels of the candidate’s remarks about the hideous effects of Globalism on national economies, he took a sharp turn in the road…

“And let me tell you about energy. You know, the stuff every human in the world consumes every day. The stuff we go to war over, while claiming we’re trying to install democracies. What a lie that is. And we all know it. Major media don’t report it, don’t face up to it, because they’re part of the problem. Does anyone watch the evening network news anymore? I don’t. It emits a putrid smell. A crippling foul stench.

“Anyway, we have alternatives to oil. We have them. People know about them, and they keep them on the shelf.

“For example, how many inlets are there on our coastlines where the high tide and the low tide are at sharp extremes? In each of those places, we could put turbines, and the tides would turn the turbines and produce electricity. It’s ridiculously obvious.

“In fact, JFK was very interested, for decades, in a project like that in Maine. It was called Passamaquoddy. People stopped that from happening. People in America and Canada. It’s quite a story. Look it up.

“You can also put small turbines in many, many rivers and deliver electricity to local communities.

“On a much simpler level, you can manufacture bicycles. You sit on the bike and pedal for an hour, and you produce enough electricity for 24 hours, in a small dwelling. There is a company right now that has them. They have a campaign going called Billions in Change.

“This same company is trying to use a substance called graphene, a marvelous conductor, a build a prototype that will bring heat up from below ground, anywhere on the planet, without energy loss. Heat is energy.

“Remember hydrogen energy? For a while, that was the latest thing. Then, for some reason, it wasn’t. Why? You can split water into oxygen and hydrogen. It isn’t rocket science.

“The point is, our leaders have been paying lip service to the idea of getting off the oil addiction, but they haven’t really done it. They haven’t wanted to do it. No matter what they say, they’re in bed with the oil companies.

“People bring up the issue of ‘cost-effectiveness’. They say, ‘Well yes, there are many alternatives to oil, but right now they’re too expensive to produce. Someday, of course…’ Has anyone stopped to figure out the total amount of government subsidies—I’m talking about tax breaks, loopholes, special favors (criminal collusions), grants, and so on—the government has doled out to Big Oil and Big Nuclear Power over decades and decades? And all of a sudden, when we start talking about real alternatives, there isn’t enough money. Gee whiz, we don’t have any money. That’s a stupendous lie.

“Can you imagine—and I ask you to try, really try—what would happen to the state of mind of the American people, if we went to brilliant energy alternatives and got away from oil? Can you imagine the upsurge of excitement?

“And we’re no longer fighting wars for oil. We’re no longer kissing the asses of certain people who give us oil. We’re not hobbled.

“A Manhattan Project for new energy. Not a fake one. Not a pretense. Not lip service. Not people pretending they’re cutting-edge scientists. No more naysayers. In my administration, all those people would be pumping gas at broken down stations in the desert and selling water at Seven-Elevens. I’d get some real individuals on board. No committees sucking away tax money to turn out some gibberish task force report in six years. No more university freeloaders pontificating and wasting our time.

“Oil companies are free to bring us oil, on their own dime, until somebody can provide energy more cheaply. At which point, I would use the Army, if necessary, to keep the oil companies from trying to enforce their monopoly. How many people would like to watch that confrontation? I would.

“Guess what? New energy is going to come from the private sector, from innovators. It’s not going to come from the government. The government is in the business of protecting oil. The last time I looked, that protection racket isn’t a real business. It isn’t making anything except trouble. I’m sick of those people. Aren’t you?

“See, I’m talking about what you already know, aren’t I? We all know it. I’m now making it part of the news. Energy alternatives are here. Liars and scumbags and the criminals are protecting cartels. We don’t like that. Americans are instinctively opposed to cartels. We want to put them in the dirt, where they belong.

“For that, we would need a real Attorney General. When was the last time America had one of those? I can’t remember. But I assure you, I would appoint one. A tiger. A balls-to-the-walls, fearless, righteous son of a bitch who is on the side of the angels. He would be my guy. He would use his full Constitutional power to crack cartels like walnuts.

“And while I’m at it, what about human energy? You know, that flow that gets you through the day, the energy that’s related to a state of good health? What about that?

“Am I giving you startling news when I say the whole medical cartel, including of course the drug companies, are treating anything that moves as a disease these days? Does that news come as a shock to you? And are you surprised to learn that many of the drugs Americans consume like M&Ms are toxic? Of course not. Everybody knows that now.

“Everybody knows these drug companies and their collaborators are in the business of creating diseases out of every human behavior, so we all look like and become drugged-out eternal patients.

“In the process, what happens to human energy? It’s depleted. Toxic compounds tend to do that, right?

“So why should the whole medical cartel have a monopoly on health care? Why can’t any human make up his own mind about how to become more healthy, more alive? Why can’t he go to any practitioner he chooses? Why is that a crime?

“As President, I assure you this insanity will stop. Doctors will climb into the real world and compete with any sort of practitioner out there, on level ground.


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“Anyway, are you people getting the message? Freedom. Lots and lots of freedom. New energy. Better energy. No more robots telling us what we can and can’t do.

“You know what the problem has been? There haven’t been enough of us saying what we think. There haven’t been enough of us giving voice to what we already know. We’ve been in trance listening to a parade of idiots and venal bastards.

“We can create better days. We can do it, I assure you…”

Seconds of silence followed the candidate’s words. In many, many minds, thoughts spun and turned over and ticked, until all at once, it became obvious that, yes, there was this thing called a trance, and we had been in it, and there was another thing called freedom and power, real power, and people were yearning for it, instead of a fake grotesque Mommy and Daddy called The State.

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 NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

6 comments on “If this were a Presidential campaign speech

  1. Tommy Wright says:

    I’m registered, and yes I would vote for you, Jon. I believe you are 100% correct in your assessment.

  2. Mia Manners says:

    As someone writing a musical called Beelieve – this is spot on Jon..Great imaginative and inspirational stuff….thank you

  3. From Québec says:

    “On a much simpler level, you can manufacture bicycles. You sit on the bike and pedal for an hour, and you produce enough electricity for 24 hours, in a small dwelling.”

    ———————————

    WOW! Believe it or not, I have invented that in my thirties. I was then working as a draft person for an engineering firm, and we were working on the huge Bay James Hydro project. All the engineers were so proud of that project.

    One day, I told them that this project is too costly and is so too long to build and that we were are all going to pay for it. And then, we will be paying again to use that electricity. Wouldn’t it be better if we could all generate our own electricity?

    They laughed and said, sure it would be nice, but it would be impossible.
    I said, I think it is possible. I thought of something. We could use a bicycle and pedal for a while and charge the battery enough for a day of electrical energy.

    Most of them laughed even louder, but one said: “You know, you could be onto something here. With a lot of money and technologies it could be done. ”

    Of course, it ended there.

    I have also invented in my mind, the Ski-Do (snow mobile) 10 years before Bombardier created them and put them on the market.

    I thought of so many inventions in my life. Most are done now by other inventors. I could never realize them. I didn’t know who to contact and how to make them come true. I guess I have the skills for inventing new things, but zero skills to make them happen.

    Another one of my inventions,8 years ago, was to transform a portable sleeping bag into a tent for the homeless. I had it all perfectly designed. Reading your post Jon, today, I thought maybe I should contact Manoj Bhargava, the founder of Billions in Change and present him this idea.

    But then, I thought that I better search the Internet before contacting him, to see if this has already been done. Well, yes, it also exists now, some other inventors realized it in October of this year. Students from the Carnegie Mellon University made it come true.
    See: http://www.ecouterre.com/insulated-sleeping-bag-expands-into-a-mobile-shelter-for-the-homeless/

    I have such a long list of inventions that only took place in my mind and never came true. Maybe some day, other inventors will create them, or maybe they have all been created already. I’ll check on the Net, to find out. But, at least now, I will know who to contact to make them come true if I have another brilliant invention…lol.

  4. Great post, Jon. Can’t fault it.

    Now here’s why, of course:

    Oil = pollution = viruses = illnesses = pharma/butchery = death of “useless eaters”.

    That’s the industrialist government model.

    “Back up plan” in case of too much pollution:

    Underground bases – lots of them.

  5. Gökmen says:

    okay let me place these speakers around. let me turn up the volume. there you go

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