The fear of individuality

The fear of individuality

by Jon Rappoport

February 11, 2016

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

Let’s start with this bit of background:

The fear of individuality comes from the apprehension that a human, unchained and alive, might create something that would expose the titanic hoax of the collective and the group; the apprehension that an individual might create something undeniably great and different; and, therefore, put collective human society in its proper perspective.

And so the individual is called upon to sacrifice himself on the altar of the group.

That is the directive.

The counter-force is the individual using his rational mind, his imagination, and his creative force to surpass this societal brainwashing.

The first step is realizing he is not part of the great collective Cheese Glob.

But most people in so-called “democracies” would not see things this way. They would object. They would claim “the needs of all the people” are not being met. They would claim no one has the right to rise above the standards of the masses.

And “the masses” now refer to wide-open borders in Europe and, as in America, the influx of huge numbers of people exiting from other parts of the world.

Many of these immigrating people hope for, and expect, economic survival in their new homes. They expect government assistance programs. This is no melting pot. This is a vast extension of the Welfare State, in which the concerns of the individual have no place. No place at all.

Stereotypes are the order of the day. “Which group do you belong to? What race are you? What ethnicity? What are your grievances and demands?”

On the surface, this vast program appears to be humanitarian in nature, but nothing could be further from the truth. Sowing chaos in the nations of Europe is the objective.

Why? Because Globalism, like every elite scheme in the history of the planet, lives by the motto, “Order from Chaos.”

Create chaos, then move in with tighter control, to “solve the problem.”

Wall-to-wall surveillance, militarized police, decimation of free speech.

In this atmosphere, it is very easy for the individual to forget and cast aside his own power and his own unique vision of the future, and his own capacity to invent the future.

It is very easy for the individual to forego rationality and logic as useless objects of a bygone era and simply sink to the level of a stimulus-response creature.

But if that happens, what is left?

Nothing.

During centuries of struggle, Europe carved out a mission of individual freedom, against all odds, and there were eventually many victories.

Now, there is the danger of all that going down the drain.

If the liberation of the individual from the State and the Church is now viewed as a mere fantasy, an old dream, an old lie of history, an old delusion, then the future is turned over to Globalist planners and their program of mass control.


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At its core, the entire Globalist operation is aimed at making the individual believe he is helpless.

Whether and to what degree this program succeeds is not in the hands of any group. It is in the hands, the soul of the individual himself.

Which is why my work, for the past decade, has focused more and more on the individual, his power, his life-force, his mind, his imagination, his uniqueness.

The future is up for grabs. Will the wide channel of individual freedom and power, which has been dug for centuries, in a great struggle, be the substance of the future, or will the coming century devolve into one great planetary Collective, mindless, begging for scraps, and shouting slogans?

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.

3 comments on “The fear of individuality

  1. The original survivors of Atlantis were the bandit outcasts forcefully ejected from the metropolitan mecca. In a sense the leaders today have refugee mentality. Splintered alien fragments (chaos) sought order after the wise guys atrocious arrogance caught up with them and left their mecca flattened under mountains of ice.

    The leaders today have their unforgiving attitude but only know chaos. They cannot see any other way.

    Best
    OT

  2. Lesha Martin says:

    Once more, Jon, the clarity this message brings is beyond word, and thought and lore… to the foundation of our being. Thank you for your clear voice – and one which seems to ever hold steady – through the storm. I love this energy.

  3. From Québec says:

    The fear of individuality comes from the apprehension that a human, unchained and alive, might create something that would expose the titanic hoax of the collective and the group; the apprehension that an individual might create something undeniably great and different; and, therefore, put collective human society in its proper perspective. They would claim no one has the right to rise above the standards of the masses (Jon)

    Exactly, Jon. And this is why the establishment is so afraid of Donald Trump. He rose above the standards of the masses. He used his imagination, creativity and the power to build things that were supposed to be impossible to build.

    This man cannot be controlled and cannot be bought. This is why he funds his own campaign. They cannot shut him down either, he is bringing back free speech in America. And what kills them, is that they have nothing on him to ruin his reputation.

    And now, he as created a movement that can’t be stopped in the country. They really fear him. In his speeches, he keeps talking about the greatness of the American people, how much they are the best creative people in the world. He wants to make America great again, and he will. That is what is so exciting about him. He brings hope to the individuals, This is what makes people so enthusiastic, because they feel they will regain their long time lost power.

    And this is also why a lot of people, especially leftists hate Trump. They hate his success, they envy his money. In their confused minds, if he was successful, it must be because he is a crook. When in fact, he didn’t break any rules. And on top of that, he is a very, very, very, generous man.

    This is one man who I could live with. Why? Because he wouldn’t need me and I wouldn’t need him. We would not be a couple relying on each other, we would only be two individuals who would enjoy living together, no string attached.

    There is not many men like him. Most men are dependant, possessive and jealous. And, I couldn’t care less about his money, I’m not into money. As long as I can meet my monthly payments, I’m okay with that.

    People here reading my last statement, will probably laugh and tell me that I wouldn’t have had a chance that Trump would have picked me up. Well, maybe no, and maybe yes, because all of my friends tell me that Trump’s wife looks just like me. And they are right, same face, hair and personality. Although I am older that her, it doesn’t show. I’m not bragging, I have no merit, I guess it’s genes, My mother died was 93 years old and she looked like 60.
    The only difference is the height, she’s 6 feet tall, I’m only 5 feet 3, but since I always wear high hills, I guess I could say that I am 5 feet 6…lol

    While, I’m at it, besides Jon, here are the kind of men I admired: Trump, Alex Jones, Matt Drudge. These people are the perfect incarnation of what Jon talks about when he refers to individuals with imagination,creativity, and power.

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    Wall-to-wall surveillance, militarized police, decimation of free speech.In this atmosphere, it is very easy for the individual to forget and cast aside his own power and his own unique vision of the future, and his own capacity to invent the future. (Jon)

    Right again! This is why, America has to regain its greatness. And I have no doubt she will, unless the establishment kills Trump or that the American people are too brainwashed to recognise that this is their last chance to take back their country.

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