Globalist peril vs. The Individual

Globalist peril vs. The Individual

by Jon Rappoport

May 4, 2016

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

First, the Globalist peril.

“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.” –David Rockefeller, Memoirs, 2003

The man who wrote those words represents a family that has dominated banking, oil, modern medicine, behind-the-scenes politics, and powerhouses of Globalism (e.g., the Council on Foreign Relations) for a century.

Globalism asserts that no nation can be independent from “the family” of other nations, as if it were a matter of fact beyond dispute. A nation claiming its sovereignty thus becomes a lunatic traitor to the natural order of things.

What really binds nations to one another is propaganda, and treaties which are based on the same propaganda, resulting in engorged super-profits for mega-corporations.

Globalism is a secular piece of messianic hype. A Disneyesque altruism is the prow of the ship. Spend 10 minutes educating any street hustler on Globalist principles, and he would recognize it as a standard long con.

Obama’s recent warning to the Brits, that their withdrawing from the Globalist European Union would put them at the back of the line in negotiating a separate trade treaty with the United States, was sheer fiction.

Britain, or any nation, that has goods to sell and a desire to buy will find trade partners. An agreement could be scratched out on a napkin over dinner.

Impending trade deals like the TPP and TTIP are thousands of pages and take so long to negotiate, because the heavy hitters at the table are looking for new ingenious ways to cut and paste the world into larger profits for themselves.

Globalism, hiding behind thousands of academic analyses, picks up jobs from one nation, where wages are reasonable and working conditions are tolerable, and dumps them in hell holes where wages are nearly invisible and conditions are poisonous. It’s that simple, and any moron could see how the job-exporting nations would suffer…if by nations we meant people.

Instead of criminal corporations and criminal investors.

But all this is layered over with “share and care” sop.

The United States government could repeal the NAFTA, CAFTA, and GATT trade treaties tomorrow, and throw current TPP and TTIP negotiating documents out the window…and all would be well. Better.

Much better.

For instance, without NAFTA, US producers wouldn’t have been able to flood Mexico with cheap corn, throwing 1.5 million Mexican corn farmers into bankruptcy, leading many of them to cross the border and come to the US to find work.

No US President since Nixon has disturbed the march of Globalist “free trade.” All Presidents since then have been on board with the Rockefeller plan. And the US economy—which is to say, jobs—has thus faltered. The 2008 financial crash was only one factor in the decline. The promise of cheap imports for sale in the US—the justification for free trade—doesn’t work when people here have no jobs and no purchasing power.

Major media, fronting for free-trade, have panicked over Donald Trump’s claim that he’ll reject Globalism. They would have panicked over Bernie Sander’s similar promise, if they thought he had any chance of defeating Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. The media have their orders from on high—the deck is stacked, the cards were dealt long ago.

Hillary Clinton’s pathetic promises about creating jobs reveal nothing of substance. Small tax breaks for small businesses that “share profits with employees,” the “removal of government red tape,” “funding breakthroughs in scientific and medical research,” “expanding job training opportunities”—the truth is, her basic method for stimulating the economy has always been: find a war, any war, and fight it.

—Now, let us consider The Individual. Is he just a tiny force pitted against a colossus?

No. Unless he sees himself that way.

But what can he do?

First: find the thing within himself that defies the odds, supersedes the “normal response,” casts aside all ordinary formulations of what he is.

That thing, that power is imagination.

Imagination has the ability to come up with solutions and strategies that have never been considered before. Imagination is the wild card.

Imagination belongs to The Individual.

—The individual is not the group.

“Exercises and techniques for accessing and deploying imagination…these would be essential. Exercises that allow the individual to reinstate his basic creative position in life. Exercises that allow the individual to use his imagination in many different ways. Ramping up power.” (Preliminary notes for Exit From the Matrix, Jon Rappoport)

What does the individual have to offer? He has everything he is capable of doing, when he liberates himself from petty ideas and limitations about what he is. That journey of liberation is his own. It isn’t anybody else’s.

It is, as I’ve pointed out many times, a journey of imagination.

Imagination lets a person know what could exist but doesn’t now exist. Imagination lets a person know what could be invented. Imagination lets a person know that, despite claims to the contrary, the future is open and unwritten.

Imagination lets a person know that he can think thoughts that have never been thought before.

The journey of individual liberation is, therefore, much more than discovering what already exists in one’s own mind.

The world as it is, things as they are, Globalism as it is, collectivism, the group—this is eventually the sensation of depleted imagination.

Of course, imagination never diminishes, it just waits. For you.

The deployment of imagination unlocks hidden energies. A power, sought after and never found in other endeavors, appears.

“Tiny imagination” is just part of this absurd culture. You don’t have to go along with it.

Imagination is larger than any universe. It needs no sanction from the world. It is not some secret form of physics. It is not religion. It is not cosmology. It is not any one picture of anything. It’s what you invent.

The Collective does not have imagination. It poaches on individuals with imagination.

The Collective is a graveyard where imagination has been downgraded and forgotten.

Imagination soars. It is the individual at the edge of his own exploration.

Imagination was the source for the building of modern civilization. But then civilization became dedicated to itself and the group.

The individual never goes away, and neither does his imagination.

Imagination can light up a room, a house, a city, a nation, a planet, a galaxy, a universe.

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—So what will the individual do about Globalism?

The challenge isn’t going to be resolved by taking mere traditional approaches. It isn’t going to be solved by thinking along traditional lines.

People tend to ask for answers—but what if the ordinary answers don’t work? What if something else has to happen?

What if many individuals have to wake up to the range and scope and power of their own imaginations…and come up with new answers?

What if that’s the case?

What if that’s the exit from the situation in which we find ourselves?

It IS the exit.

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.

17 comments on “Globalist peril vs. The Individual

  1. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    Globalism became tyrannical when frightened world leaders united nations and national academies of sciences on 24 OCT 1945 to “save the world from nuclear annihilation” by hiding from the public the source of energy in atomic bombs – NEUTRON REPULSION.

    That is, in fact, the main source of energy in the Sun, the Creator & Sustainer of every atom, life and planet in the solar system !

  2. From Québec says:

    Jon rappoport today on the Alex Jones Show:

    Trump Is The Anti Globalist Candidate

    • vaccineshurtbabies says:


    • Linda Goodman says:

      Bernie Sanders supports the big lie of climate change, the open borders and Common Core – ALL a key part of the globalist agenda, And his anti-TPP stance is likely as phony as his anti-FED stance. He KILLED Audit the Fed in 2010 and substituted it with a worthless amendment that he BRAGGED about. Sanders is a poser and anyone who claims otherwise is ill-informed or a poser too. Donald Trump is the only true populist – his words and actions leave no doubt.

  3. Oliver K. Manuel says:


    Neutron repulsion is indelibly recorded in exact rest masses of the 3,000 types of atoms that comprise all matter. It is not a theory, but an empirical fact. The exact rest masses of atoms are shown in Figures 1a, 1b and 1c of this paper on “Solar energy.”

    [moderator note: not able to accept links from “dropbox (dot) com”]

    1. The story began with Einstein’s 1905 report mass (m) is stored energy (E); E = mc^2

    2. Next was Aston’s 1922 Nobel Lecture on the exact masses of different types of atoms.

    3. Then Aston’s repeat of his Nobel Lecture at the Imperial University of Tokyo on 13 June 1936, attended by an unusually talented 19-year old student, Kazuo Kuroda, who later became my research mentor in 1960.

    Please read also references cited and contact me if you have questions

    [moderator note: phone number withheld, email preferred]

    • Barb says:

      Thanks, Oliver. I am not a scientist but am very interested in this. I’d love a detailed explanation of all this and the implications of it geared to a lay person.

      • Oliver K. Manuel says:

        Not allowed to post phone number or Dropbox links. Please email question to “omatumr (at) yahoo (dot) com” with subject QUESTION

  4. Another good post, as usual, Jon.

    However, I think imagination is needed not for individual “empowerment”, but to find lasting solutions to revolving door. As you are possibly aware, I cast a lot of history (not regularly referred to) on to “put things in perspective”.

    The first perspective I can mention is the “gold standard”. That was set up [ironically] just after Lloyd’s of London by Sir Isaac Newton in 1696. By 1797 it had proved inefficient at “controlling commerce” as England’s currency was reduced to emergency silver Spanish doubloons for a short while. Know your history is the key to this.

    The reason for this is new colonies such as the new world (hence “new world” order) opened up volatile commodities markets, such as tobacco, tortoise shell. Did you know a pound of tea cost around 60-70 gold coins in 1750? The “average” wage was about 10 gold coins a year. Boom…….BUST (South Sea Bubble, after the 1720 Bubble Act)!

    The next piece of history is 1913/14. The American banking system was famously centralised through (mostly British “Zionist” bankers). However, this didn’t impinge currency until 1932–33 after most of US gold had been plundered by the same bankers who bolstered Germany’s recovery. But hey, you know what they say, “what comes around goes around”. So, pretty much after 1933 Americans have been paid with worthless Fed-Res paper and that’s all thanks to “hero” Franklin Delano Roosevelt. What a guy?

    The next and final “coup d’état” is labelled the “collapse of the gold standard” (which, incidentally, NEVER, collapsed). In 1946 “they” (the powers) started swapping silver coin for worthless nickel, coz’ that’s what the “people” were worth. Ok, the “informed” will say copper (yes, that’s correct, just as the ancient Romans did).

    Australia only moved away from silver currency in 1963 and Prime Minister, Harold Holt, tried reintroducing sterling silver 50c “rounds” in 1966. He wasn’t murdered (?) in 1967 for that?

    The final piece of the puzzle and “invention” was the trading of thin air. Whereas stock “bonds” have been around since Babylonian times (and perhaps prior), in the early 1970’s, I’ll say 1973 (about the time the trilateral commission was set up), futures and derivatives markets could duplicate “invisible” stock by creating “options” for goods “presumed to be there”. Last time I checked the US “futures” debt was over $200 trillion.

    That, my friends, is why the world is economically f*cked and it actually requires imagination at the very highest levels to get out of the mess. Find me a country not “in debt”. How can this be so?


  5. binra says:

    I share the underlying concern but look for the core pattern to emerge from any disguises or trappings in which it has been set. In this sense trappings is an apt term for the result of masking or hiding the patterns of consciousness in terms of conflict, fear and blame is a kind of mind-trap that thought only winds up or reinforces, in its attempt to think itself out and force-identify such thinking as if it promises freedom.
    My individuality IS my relationship with you – at least it is never found where my relationship with you is invalidated or denied. That does not dictate the form and flavour of how I choose or accept myself to be with you. But I am ALWAYS in relation to something while I have any awareness of existence at all, and how I choose to accept myself in definition to each and any event or relationship is how I define and create my experience of myself in ‘the world’ of relation.
    One-ness can only experience itself through relation and in this sense are you ‘brother’ to me – though I don’t have a non-gender term for sharing the same Source. The capacity to recognize Self or Life in each other is our core or original Communication or Mind – yet we clearly have also a capacity to perceive a stranger in hateful or loveless terms of fear and threat and distrust. Once the identity is set in conflict, it is defended and protected from Communication and a reversal of the law of love operates in the minds of those who play out the roles of hate and blame, fear and pain.
    This reversal is a false foundation – yet from it is Everything filtered and distorted to serve or reflect an alloyed purpose of love and hate that co-fuse together until the loving to hate in blame joins with the hating to love, in pride or shame to set the polarities of a false and shifting sense of life and self in terms of good v evil. This narrative is the fight or flight mind that has a place in physical reality to move you when your mind is not available in time to react. But it is not the true or free basis of Life on Earth even if it is being given that place by our collective individual acts of alignment within it or from it.
    Creation of Unfolding sharing Experience is Free Imagination – along the lines of any meanings and values accepted and thus creatively engaged in for your sharing – for your life is a sharing – not a ‘thing’ unto itself nor unto some Objective Thing by which to validate or justify such a self.
    But the sharing is of a vibrational resonance that communicates itself through everything you accept for you, feel the nature of and think and act from. It is not a division of ‘stuff’ that diminishes as it is shared or an experience of sacrifice or loss of Life or Self in sharing – but rather the re-membering and re-minding of who and what you truly are. Being yourself – in forms of experience – is served by the contrast with what you are not. There is no necessary or inherent conflict in choosing what you want – or feel your true alignment with – unless you give a negative or fear-charged and invalidating meaning of rejection to what you are not choosing in this moment, in this life, to be the idea in expression of.
    Power-struggle is always first within your accepted definition of Self. A reflection of conflicted experience is the feedback by which to address definitions that are out of alignment with who you feel and know yourself to be. Fear of wanting what we want can seek power by using others as excuses or justifications for not being simply and directly open – and we communicate hidden agenda no matter how ell we mask our presentations to ourself and to each other.
    Truing up is not ‘resisting evil’ or ‘saving the world’ but it will leave less and less room for the reversals of thought that give rise to negative or fear and guilt-based experience – to manifest as your world. For the knowingly denied misalignments of Self are felt as self-betrayals, not as suffering at the hands of another.

    In all of this I appreciate that we do have practical communications within the experience of conflicted relationships, breakdowns of communication and emotional confusion that still have to be addressed wisely or otherwise – as wisdom is allowed into expression.

    Insofar as we have duty of honouring to the meanings and values that our true relationships are embodiments of – we have chosen this life regardless our mind may assert an emotionally forceful narrative to the contrary. Awakening true responsibility for our life – for our own unfolding experience of existence – as a sharing that is operating through us whether we know it or not – is our alpha and omega. To arrive at our beginning and know it for the first time… is our Divine Inheritance – as implied in ‘Behold I make all things new!’ You don’t have to accept any baggage with this meaning – for it is not more or less than a fresh perspective.
    Freedom is firstly a matter of perspective arising from actively accepted definition. The ‘mind-trap’ is a story that seems to demand you listen to its some more. But it is up to you where you give your attention. The yielding of our thought in pause to a true receptivity of being is simply ‘checking in’ with Source. To NOT do this as the natural response to the Gift of Experiencing Existence is a result of becoming a stranger to your Self.

    Global Consciousness is not the result of power struggle but rises in return to our awareness from of release of the conflicted foundation – as a yielding in open willingness for the guidance and support of knowing your right place or right timing in true relation within Earth Consciousness.
    To live this Experience is not merely to dream a life in concept. “Concept” carpets, curtains and blinds – as a fixed state of no real relational experience at all. It is the polarity of ‘forgetting’ the Movement of being as a result of identifying in form. Living Idea is much more of a dance in which the Universe joins in. Smile and the world smile’s with you – because your world is a vibrational reality to which you are tuned to share. But watch the mind of mimicry that learns to ‘smile’ as if to get something for itself alone. No guilt or blame. Just watch it when you notice it in-act. The false falls away of itself when you do not recognize yourself in it.

    Framing ourself in terms of fear is a false conviction. But denying the witnesses to undercurrent fears that conflict our lives until they are resolved or undone is no less false.

    True and false is a matter of moment by moment discernment – as a result of checking in. Because the forms of things do not equate their true meanings – and whatever stories we are participating in are for our own reasons – regardless what others choose to see in us.

    I am attracted to the stories of awakening from ancient hate to a present loving and of course I have no power to live anyone else’s life even if I had any room in mine to consider doing so. The words may be unrealistically idealistic – but a present loving is an unconditional acceptance of who I am experiencing myself – with you – to be right here and now. And like a smile, I cannot DO this by or for myself alone – but something rises spontaneously from the heart as a wholeness of being that goes forth without making demand on another, or a world, to conform or fit my demand or expectation. OR I am attending to such stories in place of embracing the moment as it is.

    The truly global or Universal, is the extension or sharing of the true individual. If you set this in the ‘future’ then a fleeting moment is all that you have as it is sacrificed to a past made in anger. Yet the moment expands as you open to it. Eternity is hidden in plain sight, and yet time can be used to restore its awareness as our own. There is a choice here on Earth as to whether we each want to embrace Life or not – and I mean the Movement of a relational transformative journey in being that some part of us felt called in or we would not be here at all. Heartbreak must yield to wholeness of being of a greater perspective – or it ‘chooses’ the idolisation of a fixed ‘perspective’ in which Life is not welcome. The reaction to error persists it. We have to learn to recognize it in ourself and live from a true willingness if we want freedom from the strange fruit of a false identity.

  6. Aljoša from the Đurić family says:

    Hello, really useful article.
    Here’s my approach to globalism:

    The Sovereign Man’s Notice Of Commencement Of Land Use

    Sovereign Man: Notice Of Conclusion Of The ‘Agritourism Farm Vivian’ Realization Contract

    • binra says:

      if fictional pretence aligns a common intent to assert power while seeming to embody a justified defence – then that intent is manifesting physical embodiments.
      I don’t see reality as being valid in terms of whether it is physical or not but in my, your and our alignments within ourselves. And ‘form’ of effect from choices I make or ideas I accept, is an experienced ‘reality’ – but of course I can review or re-vision my reality perspective by feeling the fruit as to whether it resonates and aligns with who I NOW feel and know myself to be. This is a reality check – in place of running on default beliefs and definitions that may not only be fictional but fractional or undermining to me sense of living purpose. In a sense it is ALL fictional – with Official reality at Individual, collective or personal level – but OFFICIAL in this usage is always a sense of should or must or compulsion. Fear based and guilt or blame driven narratives are tyrannical by nature.

  7. The fixation on the “individual” is a modern siren song mostly sung by unimaginative libertarians. They want to pit the virtuous individual against the evil collective. Before that it was probably predatory capitalists that championed the idea in order to destroy the family and the people and turn the result into consuming and producing units, i.e; “individuals.” Communists slightly modified this by calling them “workers,” but the object was the same. Before that maybe it was Christianity that sought to turn children against their parents and men against women to better isolate each “individual” from his tribe and his traditions, to make him a “sinner” in front of the “almighty.”

    The idea of the “individual” is the product of predators who see individuals as easier prey or deranged minds who see “tyranny” in duty and in the ties that bind us to our people.

  8. Dan S. says:

    There are different sorts of “globalism”. I certainly don’t want to see a small group of people or companies dominating the global economy. But at the local level, it is national borders that are artificial. For example, the course of the much-discussed U.S.-Mexico border was drawn where it is (via the Gadsden Purchase) because of the desire certain people had to run a railroad (the Southern Pacific) through land that was a bit south of the then-existing U.S.-Mexico border. It did not reflect an existing division between English-speakers and Spanish-speakers (people spoke Spanish on both sides of the new line), and certainly did not reflect any existing sense of “peoplehood” of those on the ground.

    The natural order of things is for people to be able to trade freely with each other, and even to move about freely, despite the existence of borders which were initially just lines on a map. If you want to put the individual first, you should support these rights. The alternative, that “economies” should be separate, that governments should tax the movement of goods across their borders (impose tariffs), rests on a kind of collectivism, the notion that people (individuals) are first part of “peoples” (national, effectively tribal, groups), and that individuals in different groups may not deal with each other except by permission of their respective groups. Whatever else such a view may be, it is not putting the individual first.

  9. Ivan K. says:

    The New York Times has a tool called Chronicle for telling you what percentage of Times article have included a particular word over decades and centuries:
    Yes: here you can see the frequencies of the use of words such as … family, individual …. reality, imagination, …. 🙂

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