Who I write for (updated again)

Who I write for (updated again)

by Jon Rappoport

September 19, 2016

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

Independent individuals are priceless.

I know they’re out there, because during the past 15 years I’ve been writing at NoMoreFakeNews.com, they’ve been reading my articles, signing up for the email list, and ordering my collections.

I know they’re individuals and independent, because I don’t write for The Group and I don’t support Group Think. I write against the grain of Group Think.

I have no narrow ideology. I’m on the side of freedom.

And I also know that, as the old saying goes, responsibility accompanies freedom. You make your choices and you accept the consequences.

Because I’m 78, I’ve watched successive generations of people become more gullible, more addled, as they’ve bought into various versions of the Great Glob—which is a collectivist counterfeit of “share and care” that leads to a dead-end of confusion and despair. This grotesquery accelerated during the fabled 1960s, when the notion of tolerance was taken to such an extreme, people surrendered their innate sense of morality and opted to accept everything and anything as a version of love.

When I began writing seriously, in the summer of 1959, the idea that I would focus on The Individual was the farthest thing from my mind.

I assumed everyone was an individual. Case closed. Why bother to mention it? Why bother to think about it?

Even then, though, a massive propaganda operation was underway. It was aimed at replacing the individual with the group. Some people call this cultural Marxism. It’s much larger than that. It’s Collectivism at every possible level. It aims to eradicate the individual’s awareness that he is an individual. Why? Because if he truly knows what he is, then he also knows that highly organized society is opposing him. It is dedicated to the creation and sustenance of groups. Groups are manageable. Individuals aren’t.

Needless to say, much has happened since that time.

Skipping ahead, by the late 1990s it had become apparent to me that many people were falling by the wayside. Their “universal tolerance” was a form of self-sabotage. They were sacrificing themselves on the soft buttery altar of “doing good.” It was obvious to me, for example, that the notion of repairing all past injustices of society was a well with no bottom. It was a covert op. It was an attempt to entangle minds in a case of amnesia about individual power. Rather than trying to raise people up, it was a plan to victimize a permanent (and ever expanding) underclass.

I wasn’t sure my message about all this would reach many readers. I wasn’t sure what their reaction would be. But I didn’t care. I was motivated to make my case. So I did. So I do.

And lo and behold, people have responded. Over and above the nonsensical static of trolls and self-appointed victims, a wave of confirmation reached me. People were still there—as individuals. They knew it. They were seeing the demise of society around them.

Beyond confirmation, though, what I was aiming at was (and is) expansion of individual power. Not just an acknowledgment of it.

Power. Creative power. The power of imagination. The capacity of the individual to conceive of his deepest desires, pursue them, and turn them into visible fact in the world. (This is shorthand for what I cover extensively in my collection, Exit From The Matrix.)

Since I was a child and read great sea-adventure novels and science fiction novels, I assumed that fleshing out a vision of what one wants for his future was the obvious and standard enterprise for every person. Of course, I was grossly overestimating the situation. But I never lost that fundamental understanding. And never will.

Societal reality, consensus reality, “world reality,” is basically a gigantic covert op. It’s designed to keep the individual inside a set framework of response and consent. It is hugely destructive. As a reporter for the past 30 years, I’ve investigated many cases and angles of this op, and I’ve published my findings without compromise.

But always, above and beyond that, I’ve been referring to the individual and his capacity to create and build better realities of his own choosing. Gorgeous, free, open, unfettered, majestic realities.




The individual.

Imagination. Creating new realities.

Society and civilization as a potential force for helping to liberate the individual.

Underneath all my articles, all my investigations into corruption and crime at the highest levels, these above factors have been my motivation,

Who do I write for?

I write for people who recognize they can do something for themselves and others, who can improve their lives and consciousness and power.

I write for people who want to increase their own power.

I’ve been at this for 33 years. I recognize there are people out there who dig down and discover massive chunks of corruption, crime, and conspiracy in the world—and then they twist that knowledge to say: “See, this is why I can’t make any progress in life. This is why I’m blocked. This is why I’m having trouble. This is why I can’t do anything.”

I’m not writing for those people.

They’re using their hard-won knowledge to doom themselves to a life they don’t want. They jumped out of one box and put themselves in another one.

Regardless of how bad things are in this world, there is always something a person can do. For himself, and for others.

In doing that, in moving toward the life he wants most profoundly, in taking creative action, he becomes more alive, more conscious, more powerful.

He is the person I’m writing for.

I’m writing for those men and women.

There is the Personal and the Planetary. They can’t be entirely separated and walled off from each other.

But that doesn’t mean one sphere should be absorbed in the other.

You can’t eliminate personal desire from the equation and expect to find all the life you want. It doesn’t work.

power outside the matrix

I write for people who have at least glimpsed the power of their own imaginations, and want to increase that power.

I write for people who, becoming aware of how fake realities are built, cross over and realize they can invent better realities and futures.

I write for people who can wake up to that.

I write for people who want to understand the details of how corrupt and deceptive realities are built. My investigative articles serve that purpose.

I write for the individual.

I write for myself.

I write to expose corruption to the light of day, because I want to.

I write for people who understand they can become more alive.

I write for people who are willing to consider something new, who aren’t trapped by the belief that everything important is ancient.

I write for people who hunger for adventure.

I write for people who know they have the strength to make something happen.

I write for people who suspect they have latent capabilities that can come to the surface.

I write for people who realize answers and solutions to their own lives come from themselves.

I write for people who refuse to relinquish their individuality.

I write for people who want to increase the power and range and scope of their own imaginations, in order to discover and invent new startling enterprises and adventures.

I write for people who are on a spiritual road that isn’t clouded by convenient slogans, who know their journey is unique to them, and not part of a system.

I write for people who’ve taken hold of their own freedom and want more freedom.

I write for people who can follow a train of thought.

I write for people who have done their best to make their way through life, who sense there is something more, who want knowledge that will be liberating, not entrapping.

I write for people who, acknowledging that systems and structures can be quite useful, reject the idea that all of life is encompassed by a system.

I write for people who want more power to think, do, create—rather than being told what to think and create.

I write for people who, understanding conspiracies, don’t fold up, but rather, as my friend Catherine Austin Fitts says, want to start their own (good) conspiracy.

I write for all these reasons and more.

I write for people who, when they discover how much corruption abounds, refrain from demanding that others tell them what to do about it—but rather discover/invent for themselves what actions they can take.

I write for people who don’t give up.

I write for people who have already found some answers and some success, and want more.

I write for pleasure and enjoyment.

I write for people who want to read.

I write for people who want to consider ideas that reach miles and miles past the borders of consensus reality.

I write for people who are sick and tired of how this world is being run, and want to do something about it, want to discover the creativity within themselves that will provide answers.

I write for people who never give up.

I write for people who want to make a better world, by their own definition, and will work toward that end.

I write for people who have thrown away this formula: a) blaming others for their own shortcomings; and b) using that blame to build their own personal prisons of despair.

I write as part of the business I run, the sole proprietorship called nomorefakenews. On that site, I sell my products. I’m an entrepreneur. I believe in giving value for value. Since I started nomorefakenews in 2001, I’ve written a stream of articles people can, in fact, read for free.

I write for people who can follow this train of thought: a) discover the nuts and bolts of how elites invent reality for rest of us (The Matrix Revealed); b) instead, extend the power of their own imaginations and invent better realities (Exit From The Matrix); and c) attain the power to operate inside and outside the Matrix (Power Outside The Matrix). Yes, that’s a plug for my three Matrix collections.

I write for people who aren’t afraid of having power.

I write for people who know the difference between belonging to a group that ultimately asks them to surrender their own individuality, and a group composed of true individuals.

I write for people who do their best to weather every storm.

I write for people born into a place that has been taken over by corrupt fascists.

I write to rise as high as I can.

I write to expose every restraint of freedom I can perceive.

I write to say this space-time box is not the only place there is.

I write to say every individual who inhabits a physical form is immortal, whether he likes it or not…and it’s better to face the truth than deny it.

I write to promote both logic and imagination—each in its own sphere of action.

I hope I write for you.

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.

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43 comments on “Who I write for (updated again)

  1. Ronald says:

    Shivers down my spine, tears in my eyes. You write for me.
    Gratitude, thankfulness. Deeply.
    Thank you for honouring and giving voice to Truth.

  2. Caroline says:


  3. David says:

    I’ve felt like a helpless and hopeless victim for most of my life.

    I’m not sure what I can do to change this.

    I know that I’m obsessed with wanting a girlfriend. I was bullied alot growing up and I’ve always been seen as ugly and repulsive to women.

    I’ve read so many things about “manning up” and “stepping up my game”, whatever that means. To me it’s all just empty cliches.

    I wish I could apply your writing to this because it’s the biggest problem in my life right now and nothing I do or say to change makes any difference.

    • Ronald says:

      Dear David, allow me to say a few words to your comment. It moves me.
      I can relate to a certain extent to what you say, and have certainly been where you are. I do not know your age – I’m fifty years old now. And for myself I have found a way.
      I could coach you. If you want you can write me at ronaldasard at gmail.com – maybe we could exchange some letters. Not for money, just because I care and would love to share my wisdom with you.
      For now I can reveal my bottom line, which will sound useless and impossible to you right now. Still.
      There’s only one way.
      Believe in yourself. Don’t allow anyone to judge you but You. And do what you Love to do. Their judgement is – believe me, I know what I’m talking about – just your own judgement coming back. Nothing else. Not because you would be ugly – you’re not. You just don’t shine, because of your own judgement. Love yourself and you will shine – and look what happens. You’ll be amazed.
      That’s way much easier said than done. But it’s there to be done. You’re great. And you’re brave. And hard as it may seem – if you don’t care about you, no-one will. Fact is – you DO care about yourself, otherwise you wouldn’t have posted this outcry.
      It’s all about you. Allow yourself. Love yourself.

      • David says:

        I’m 25 and never have been in a genuine relationship with anyone? How can you exit from the matrix without other people involved?

    • Deanna Clark says:

      David, most women want money and security. Many want it more than personal love. With men it’s wanting sex like that…more than personal love. You must decide if you want genuine love or what, exactly. Know yourself…truly. The advice given you was macho and objectifies women…the common cheap advice to get sex.
      You come on as disarmingly honest…now there’s a plus.
      Get a hobby or interests that take the place of obsessions. ( a cure also for addictions of all sorts) Then find others, not online, who share those. If you seriously want a girl friend, learn to love animals…some of the best females now are doing volunteer work or career work with animals. They aren’t “dolls” but you might meet some sweet people. Of course, you can’t be the fastidious type who prefers electronics to reality like cleaning dog poop. It’s just one example…but take a stack of old papers to a vets for the crates or blankets to the Humane Society…
      Art, music, folk song groups, local museums. Church is always good as long as it doesn’t have people arguing over stuff. That’s not only a turn off but also just another obsession. But a church choir in a structured church like Methodist, etc. is an idea.
      See, I’m a female and I’m interested in you!!! I’m a grandma and I’ve seen a lot!! Good going…

      • David says:

        I’m 25 and I don’t know how to make money…how do you exit from the matrix without people and money?

        Relationships I mean

  4. Ronald says:

    I was deeply moved once again by your post, dear Jon.
    You write for me.

    Thank you deeply. I spread your words on facebook. And let them ring in my Heart.


  5. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    Thank you, Jon, for sharing your insight. I am grateful. I will be 80 next month. I believe we were each designed to be members of a group whose survival depends on our ability to share information.

    Freely sharing information with others exposes the official matrix of deceit that engulfs society: We live 1 AU (astronomical unit) away from the pulsar remnant of the supernova that made our elements, birthed the solar system 5 Ga ago, sustained the origin and evolution of life on Earth after ~3.8 Ga years, and still controls every atom, life and planet in the solar system today. That invisible force that has been called God throughout recorded history.


    • Oliver K. Manuel says:

      One of my former students may organize a Skype discussion of “Reality” or “Acceptance of Reality” to celebrate my eightieth birthday on 13 Oct (Thur).

      My research mentor, P.K. Kuroda, noticed the misunderstanding of Nobel Laureate F. W. Aston’s Lecture on nuclear energy at the Imperial University of Tokyo on 13 June 1936 (Sat). Kuroda described the misunderstanding that isolated humanity from reality for eighty years on page 7 of his 1992 autobiography.

    • SanityClaus says:

      There is no invisible force controlling the universe. There is an infinity of universes and an infinity of possible pasts and futures. We are immortal in this life. There is no evil or stupid thing that we have ever done that we do not have the option of changing. The past is not fixed. There is no reason to change the past unless it is to improve it. Your body is not omnipresent nor is your time span extended infinitely. We are not infinite but we are eternal. We can self reincarnate randomly or we can rely on luck. Luck is cultivated by practicing charity towards those who are deserving of charity. The most insidiously evil thing about federal reserve note fake money slavery is that when people try to practice charity using fake money they despair of practicing charity because they don’t know the money is fake. They fail to cultivate their luck. We need luck to resist the traitors from the V.F.W. who pledge themselves to serve the British Crown/N.A.T.O. We need real money instead of military scrip printed by traitors.
      Humanity is a lie used to destroy loyalty to civilian authority and the supremacy of civilian authority which is the heart and soul of the American ideal. We are not responsible to the vermin of Saudi Arabia.
      They are human and evil. They teach their children that a child raping pedophile mass murderer named Mohammed was a holy man from god.

  6. JB says:

    “A successful shaman ropes himself first.” –Jubal Harshaw To Sail Beyond the Sunset

    Anyone else catch the contradictions? Two samples:

    “I write for people who, understanding conspiracies, don’t fold up, but rather, as my friend Catherine Austin Fitts says, want to start their own (good) conspiracy.”

    “I write for people who know the difference between belonging to a group that ultimately asks them to surrender their own individuality, and a group composed of true individuals.”

    Groups and cabals of conspiracy are the heart and foundation of mass movements–the surrendering of the will and destiny of the individual to the group. It is the person who surrenders a measure of their accountability and freedom for the exaltation of a cause.

    Crowds and Power by Elias Canetti. The True Believer by Eric Hoffer (The Mass Movement Mentality) Fire in the Minds of Men by James Billington. Laurence J Peter, Hannah Arendt, Karl Kraus, Thomas Szasz, etc..

    Individuals are not interested in associating in groups, parties, forming conspiracies (cabals), creating and perpetuating hierarchies, allowing priests (ideologues) to intercede in their destiny.

    • S says:

      Great post, is a good conspiracy better than a bad conspiracy? or is ‘better for who’ a better question? Groups are great, groups give support and affirmation. As social animals we don’t do well alone. People (individuals included) like to create and they like to create together, to share in creation. Even if that creation is self serving, as in the NEW WORLD ORDER. It’s a team effort with tangible results and a clear direction. Make a better conspiracy! Conspire to elevate the individual!

      • Grey says:

        No such thing as a good conspiracy since the definition is taking part in a crime with other conspirators. Good people sometimes have to do bad things, shadowy things, in order to destroy those who live in the darkness. The end shouldn’t justify the means.

        • S says:

          What about a conspiracy for a surprise party?

          On a completely different tangent, Grant Morrison related a conversation with a friend that went something like… “what if George Bush was a shortcut to global awakening…” you get the idea. The road to hell is paved with good intentions, perhaps the inverse applies?

  7. ezra70 says:

    Dear Jon,

    Your writings make me stronger so I can stay in the world today. Also I can help my grandchildren with whom I live together and make them strong at school.
    End of this month I am 74 and stay strong with your daily artikels.

    Thank you Jon!

  8. swo8 says:

    Keep writing Jon. Your thoughts and ideas are needed.

  9. Christy says:

    I’m so thankful I found your site a few years ago. Keep writing, Jon, for you write for many of us. Thank you.


  10. Karen says:

    OMGoddess!! That was BEAUTIFUL! Inspiring. Maaahveleous! I’ve been saving for Exit the Matrix. Next payday, I’m breaking free! Well, not that exact day, but shortly thereafter. Everyday, I check your site. Everyday. I never, ever want to miss an article or essay or investigative report. Your work inspires me to be whole, real and true to myself. Ah, the individual. Such a nice word.

  11. judgingjudi says:

    You definitely write for me and I have read every blog you have sent me over the past few years.

    I am especially interested in your views on psychiatry.

    Psychiatry nearly got its hold on me twenty years ago.

    Psychiatry is still trying to catch me in its nasty trap, but so far I have managed to get disentangled and become free. ( Free as we can be)

    The problem I have is: once an individual is labelled with one of those 300 psychiatric names, it is very difficult to remove that label. It is almost like being branded with a red hot iron , the scar will always be there and there is no way to ever remove it completely.

    I have recently filed a complaint to the Human Rights Commission here in New Brunswick, Canada. It will be my last stitch effort to try to gain redress for the way I have been abused by psychiatry this past twenty years .

    Once the complaint is heard or cancelled, I will publish my second edition of Judging Judi and then put it to sleep for another while or until I get assaulted again..

    When I read the part “for whom you write”. I can honestly say that I am all of them in one.

    You are 78 and I just turned 70, spending the last twenty years of my life fighting for what I believe in, taking blame if necessary, but never once giving up.

    I hope and pray I live long enough that ME/ (CFS in USA) will take its rightful place in WHO”s list of physical illnesses and the people inflicted will gain the respect they deserve among the chronically ill eg. MS. ALS, MD. And other neurological /endocrinological illnesses of the 21st century.

    You have a great day. Judith M.L. Day, author of Judging Judi

  12. Joy says:

    Dear Jon,

    I am definitely a person for whom you are writing! What you wrote here reads as a manifesto–the one I willingly and joyfully adopt as my own as a writer (who has yet to come out of the closet)! The first of your blog articles I came across that touched me so deeply and moved me into different realms of experience was, “To writers and aspiring writers.”

    Last Friday, I realized–once again!–how there is a very covert and deceitful genre of “activism” that is rampant, wanting to suck me and so many others into constantly “fighting the good” fight, as if that can actually change the world that way. Because of everything evil that is occurring around us at an ever-increasing speed, I was almost livid, and bordering for a few seconds on despair. Then it hit me! This is yet another way that the Matrix sidelines us as individuals and distorts and disperses all of the good we think we are doing. But (to use the entirely appropriate Italian word), basta! I have always been outlier, and I know how much my empathy and compassion have been imprisoned in this way within the Matrix!

    This weekend, I also realized that so many “teachers” and “movements” I have been drawn to are not to be trusted without a great deal of prior discernment and investigation; and this applies, no matter how “credible” I may have chosen to believe the source may be. (For instance, I have looked more than once at the “Ubuntu Liberation Movement” as a possible way to work together to form our new world. Yet last night, I was paying attention to that slightly nauseous feeling in the pit of my stomach, and I will not touch it or anything else until I do more thorough and in-depth investigation.)

    Jon, I am now deep into “Exit From the Matrix,” and next week, when I have the funds, I will invest in “Power Outside the Matrix.” I have been on a life-time journey (63 years so far!) of seeking for Truth, and everything I am learning from what you have shared, based on many years of unfaltering honesty, rings totally true for me! Thank you for proving to me that trusting in my own creativity, intelligence, and individual self is the ONLY source of truth for me, as well as what I can joyfully share with others who will no longer compromise based on unexamined lives!

    With much Love and Gratitude!

    • Ronald says:

      Beautifully spoken Joy and I couldn’t agree more.. Thank you – you add to my bravery to stand alone, speak out and bond – with others who stand alone, speak out and bond, with others who…

      • Joy says:

        Ronald, you add to my valor, as well. It is so easy to succumb to the lie that we are “alone” in this way of leaving the Matrix (they intend it to be so!), and yet we must remember how many of us are out there, learning to re-create our reality with vision and imagination!

  13. RAW says:

    Great work as always Jon – As a student and ally, I find myself immersed in your matrix series now. Highly recommended: Terrific insights and lessons for anyone with a desire to step away from the insanity of the matrix and embrace their own creative and imaginative powers.

    My 2 cents – Locking horns with the system only keeps a person entangled within the system. Learn to step away from the conflict BUT be open and free to dance around the edges with a clear mind and strike the collective mind-madness with precision using logic, common sense and creative power.

    Witness – No More Fake News is one form of this expression – one way to strike. A true Renaissance Man uses all of his creative faculties with passion and power. He uses art, poetry, music and any other creative means to strike… and this he does to the best of his abilities. Sound like someone we know and love? yes indeed. JR the renaissance man, a true modern day Miyamoto Musashi (Book of Five Rings).

    Personally I am Honored to learn from you!

    • Joy says:

      RAW, thank you for sharing your perspective, your “2 cents” worth more than its weight in pure gold!

    • Jacqueline says:

      Your second paragraph best and concisely summarizes the most effective way to alter the imposed structural configuration of the existing Matrix.

      It truly is the individual who can exert the greatest impact, albeit via one small ‘bite’ at a time. Multiply this single effort by thousands of individuals simultaneously operating in this self-empowered manner and… well, I picture it as countless little ‘Pac-men’ nibbling away at the edges of a pancake…nibble enough in sufficient numbers and eventually the pancake is gone.

      The key is for individuals to recognize the power they hold as individuals and act on it.

  14. August says:

    I always look forward to reading your thoughts and viewing things from your perspective.

  15. From Québec says:

    I guess you have also wrote for Donald Trump, because he seems to be doing everything you are preaching here.

    What a great individual model he is!

    • Joy says:

      Dear Quebec, unless you are being facetious here, I would kindly suggest that you reconsider what you have just said, in light of everything Jon is sharing about the Matrix.

  16. Prescott says:

    Thanks Jon. You have helped move my mind out from mainstream pseudo-spirituality and into individual efficacy and freedom. At the age of 21, there’s a long road ahead. But it’s my road; I get to decide what trail to blaze.

    Touching imagination once, feeling the spontaneous creativity and understanding the limitless potential, inoculated me against the many heads of the collectivist hydra. Whether its religion, government, new age gumbo, or the simulation argument; it all stems from the same collectivist root.

    Thank you. I know I am an individual.

    You are truly wise.

    • Joy says:

      Dear Prescott, you cannot imagine how much joy it brings me to know that, at age 21, you are already so much awake. It gives me great hope that there are others like you in the younger generations, and I thank you for being so brave, intelligent, and creative!

  17. Dear Jon,
    A mere couples hours ago, you were unknown to me. After listening to an old THC episode with Greg (#66) and especially reading this article, I am deeply thankful for your journey and your message.

    I like to think I’ve walked astray of my confused path since this February. The truth is, this has been a life-long journey (I’m 24). Every day I make mistakes or act hypocritically to my views.

    I guess what I want to say is, it takes a certain discipline to become free, free of my own shackles.
    But boy, every day, I am in awe of how everything is, whether good or bad. Because in the end, we are here on this existence and reflecting on that and the wish to do something to improve our condition is what guides me.
    I’ve been all the things you mentioned above, including reclusing in my victim-of-it-all-box, Complain-but-too-afraid-to-think-of-solutions and all kinds of escapisms.

    One of the most powerful recollections I have of my last acid trip was the divine realization that happiness and grief are all within my powers. I and I alone only have the responsibility on how to react when faced to a situation. Not God, the System or schisms. No, I have the power and responsibility to be happy or grieving if I chose so.

    So thank you for writing this, because together we are resonating the frequencies of freedom onto this morphic-field and making changes.

    I wish you good luck and look forward to read your articles/books in the future.
    Take care mate and all others here.

  18. Travis says:

    Just as I had suspected, Jon is a real person. For this reason alone, this site is better than 95% of the world-wide-web.

    Most websites are devoted to creating a false reality that only benefits certain groups of people.

    This site is real. Jon Rappoport does a great job in exposing the Orwellian machinations of modern society.

  19. You write so well, Jon, I regularly plug you too and you are my only blog subscription that I read every post (even the “shameless” advertising ones!).

    Talking of advertising….I had this silly idea that there might be a few nice, humble people out there in the big bad ol’ world that would make the enormous sacrifice of giving a few seconds of their precious time to wishing all mothers of this world (including mine) a happy birthday to come. All I have managed to collect is a link offering wildly inappropriate espionage info on the Ayatollah Khomeini.

    It’s only a 600 words long pretty article that includes a joke. Here’s a snippet:

    “Birthday compliments are always nice as expressions from nice people. There’s also plenty of reason to celebrate because she’s achieved an enormous amount over and above her wildest dreams; including and beyond all the goals she has set for herself to date. Mums need to do that, you know, set goals, even if they have no kids. In fact, the dads may as well join the fashion, given their SNAG status.”


    There’s a comments section available for birthday wishes.


  20. rabbitnexus says:

    Thanks but I already assumed you wrote for me, and I appreciate it. 🙂 Now I know a bit more about you which I didn;t need to, but glad of it anyway. I’m only 53 so plenty to gain from older brothers. Here’s something from me to them and my peers, since cardiovascular problems are the new normal.

    Anyone out there who has blocked arteries, heart disease, high blood pressure etc. Here’s the cure. Knocked my angina on the head first day and allowed me to sleep better than for years. Three weeks later off all meds, feeling twenty years younger and stamina such that I can exercise again. Also seems to have gotten rid of a small kidney stone I’d had for years. On Ebay. Comes from India. Thousands of years usage and native to the old trade routes. Dhamasa. (Fagonia Arabica) Just for the love of God don’t tell Hillary or that war criminal Peres. Oh and it also is claimed it cures hepatitis, some cancers and much more. It’s not even expensive. I just reccomend doubling the dose of 3 grams twice a day, as its what I did.

  21. Beth says:

    Thank you again Jon, we hear you and we are grateful for you.

    When my own personal veil was lifted (I was dating a guy who said 9-11 was an inside job. I didn’t believe him and set out to “prove him wrong” with my own investigation. Only to wind up realizing he was right. And that was just the tip of the iceberg), rather than feeling despondent I (surprisingly) felt empowered. Rather than feeling upset (ok I was a bit upset at first but after awhile) I felt joy, peace, and a renewed faith in my inner voice… It all makes sense now… There actually IS order in the universe! You write for me Jon, thank you so much.

    Ironically I wound up marrying a hardcore republican who not only refused to believe any of my “conspiracy theories,” he would get very angry when I brought them up. Accused me of always being “doom and gloom” and acting like I knew everything (when I felt opposite). I knew it was because he wasn’t ready yet and because I loved him I didn’t want to be the one to open his eyes to “ugly” truth – I tried not to say anything when I felt like he was too easily buying the “official” stories in the news, and he felt me “patronizing” him at times (I guess I was). For that and other reasons we had major problems and grew apart, we separated. I never thought it was important in romantic relationships to agree with my partner on things like “politics” and never anticipated those kinds of topics would cause such a rift in my own marriage but they did… And I lost him. He left me and I was heartbroken. Turns out so was he. We have since gotten back together and… Now much to my surprise he is actually politically/socially “aware” in a way he wasn’t before – at least willing to consider alternatives to MSM reality or “conspiracy theories” if you will. And it has made all the difference in the world in our relationship – finally we are “happy” again now. I’m not altogether sure how that happened for him but maybe it’s because there are finally ENOUGH “individuals” like you expressing themselves rationally and eloquently and publicly that something finally broke through to him.

    You write for me and you also write for people like him, and others who just aren’t/weren’t quite aware/awake yet… You write for us. You are making a positive difference in the world helping to bring all of us readers to a higher awareness of truth and reality, and our individuality. Thank you so much for your contributions… Please don’t stop, we need you 😉

  22. Chris Banks says:

    I thank you for all that you do Jon and I had no idea that you were 78 years old, you Sir are 31 light years my Senior, but you sound so much younger on the podcasts that I listen to like The Conspiracy Show with Richard Syrett. I’m also subscribed to the Gralien Report with Mikah Hanks and since I haven’t made it all the way through those archived podcasts, I’m wondering if you have ever been on Micah’s podcast? You have opened my eyes so to speak with things like Monsanto, the “Zika Virus” in parenthesis because it’s a complete myth just like swine flu, SARS, Ebola, and all the rest that the CDC tries to scare us with. I really like your style and your method of investigation and “Enlightening” me to theories and facts that I probably wouldn’t have otherwise explored. The world needs more investigative journalists like yourself because as we All Know the main stream media MSM is Complete Crap.Just a few words from a “Thinker” and Not a “Follower” we Are Out There my friend. Take Care.

  23. JM says:

    I have been listening to you for years in various interviews. The way you explain topics so simply and clearly is rare. There is something very good and very powerful in your message. It does inspire and strengthen those who read what you have to say.
    Keep it up sir and thank you.

  24. I appreciate your efforts.

  25. elxroflife says:

    Yes you do indeed, and thank you John!

    Had no idea you are 78. Of course you appear wise, but also younger, because you also explore life outside the “space-time box”, and other imaginary boxes or labels.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you dear John. For being who you are, a true friend who will not shrink back for anything to share your keen observations. A true and passionate lover of humanity, an absolute gem of a conscious being and free thinker.

    I Love you. You make it easy.


    • Michael Burns says:


      He’s not 78…he older than Methusalah.

      And the son of gun, he does this once a month …and I must say “He’s milking itttt.”

  26. elxroflife says:

    That makes two of us… older than Methusalah. So what?

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