Matrix logic and Real logic

Matrix logic and Real logic

by Jon Rappoport

October 26, 2016

Included in the The Matrix Revealed is a full 18 lesson Logic & Analysis course, with a teacher’s manual, detailed lesson plans, and a final exam. It’s not a seminar or a workshop or a quick “survey.”

Logic, these days, has been replaced in schools with a mind-control apparatus that involves the following:




If you favor this new formulation and think it’s useful, I have condos on Jupiter for sale.

The point of modern education, more and more, is the GROUP.

“Good people belong to the group.”

“The Group is everything.”

“If you don’t belong to the Group, you have a mental disorder.”

Why is all this emphasis put on the Group?

The answer to that question also gives you the reason logic isn’t taught in schools anymore:

The independent self-sufficient individual is being phased out.

The independent individual who knows how to think and make lucid judgments on his own is a threat to the EMERGING RELIGION OF GLOBALISM.

The emerging religion of Globalism is a fuzzy image of THE GROUP.

The hive.

The colony.

The nest.

The planet.

Mother Earth.

Some people think education has been hijacked for the purpose of training children to become robotic workers for the State. That’s partly true, but I beg to differ. Actually, education is the proving ground for the religion of the Group. That is its real goal. And it’s been the goal for some time.

This religion doesn’t need or want logic. Logic would be disruptive. It would differentiate one student from another. It would reveal there are ways to analyze information that actually come to valid conclusions. Logic isn’t fuzzy. It doesn’t promote the all-inclusive hive.

A few years ago, I spoke to a teacher who was introducing his class to logic. He told me, “These are very bright kids. They’re all going to college. They said they couldn’t learn logic. They couldn’t do it. They had some kind of mental block.”

As we talked further, it became obvious that the mental block was an idea of THE GROUP. These kids had already been indoctrinated into “cooperative thought.” They instinctively realized that, if they studied logic, the Group would break apart. Each student would have to stand on his own, and that prospect was frightening.

In the religion of the Group, one of the key concepts is “the sustainability of the planet,” which is, after all, the largest group. This “sustainability” catchphrase is the leading edge of a vast movement to decide how you, as a UNIT, an energy-consuming UNIT, will be regulated in the overall scheme of things.

Your life will be ruled by decisions of the “wise ones,” who understand how to distribute all the available resources of the planet.

This is a perverse machine, but it needs to be presented as something soft and spiritual, in order to be sold: the “needs of the Group.”

I’ve actually had students tell me, in their fumbling way, that they have an obligation to think like everyone else. Or if they’re rebels, they have a duty to rebel like other rebels.

When I started writing this website twelve years ago, I explained that the elite Plan was “ant colonies of the 21st century.” I’m glad to see other people are catching up and realizing this really is on the agenda.

Logic is a sword that cuts through all that. It wakes up the sleeping mind. It doesn’t paint vague and pretty pictures. It has nothing to do with what the Group thinks or has been taught to think.

Logic isn’t a cooperative enterprise. That’s why it was exiled from school systems a long time ago.

I’ve talked to many teachers (I used to teach school) who tell me they lead their students on this basis: “we’re all in this together.”

It sounds nice, but it has nothing to do with education. It’s a con. It’s a way of avoiding teaching. Once a teacher walks down that road, he’s finished. He’s regressing back to being a child. He’s forfeiting his position. He’s involved in socializing. It can work for a picnic but not for school.

The cooperative spirit in the classroom is really the prelude to the religion of the Group. “We’re all in this together” is the initial sales pitch.

I remember, 40 years ago, I had an argument with a teacher who was very annoyed that I was attacking the “spirit of the group” concept. He was absolutely convinced that the atmosphere he promoted in his classroom was instrumental in making education work. He was deeply offended that I was questioning it. For him, it was inconceivable that I couldn’t see the value of “sharing and caring” in the classroom. Hadn’t I ever played sports? Didn’t I know what a team was? Hadn’t I ever experienced the joy of friendship in a group?

I told him many of his kids were scoring quite badly in his class exams.

Apparently, this was beside the point. He was heroic, he was a good guy, he was a cheerleader for friendship and tolerance, he was concerned about feelings and self-esteem, he was doing his best to make good human beings out of his kids.

I knew all his moves. I had heard them before.

They didn’t make a dent, because in my college days the most compassionate professor I’d had taught me logic. He was also the most exacting professor. He put his students through the mill, and it was exciting. And when, years later, I started working as a reporter, I was already ahead of the game.

A person either wants to think for himself—and knows how to—or he prefers the hazy hive-like existence of belonging to something that is less than he is.

It’s that simple.

Logic gives you the option of making the first choice and avoiding the second.

Shortly before I graduated from college, I had a talk with my logic professor in his office.

I told him that, from what I could see, the whole path of Western history, starting from ancient Athens, where logic was discovered, involved individuals separating themselves from groups. This was the keynote of progress. These individuals could and did think for themselves and rejected group consciousness.

He paused for a few seconds. Then he said he’d give me a little friendly advice. If I started making a big deal out of it and shooting my mouth off—as I was prone to do—I was going to encounter unpleasant resistance.

That was 1960. The brainwashing campaign, based on The Group, was already well underway.

I finished my formal education just before the really big wave hit. The educrats and the elite planners were putting the finishing touches on their blueprint for “participatory education.”

Under that system, the students would be encouraged to believe their ideas and feelings were just as important as their teachers’. By extension, the students were really in class to make their feelings known and help lead the way to a more just world.

Like any social movement, there was a little truth in the notion. Otherwise, it wouldn’t have gained traction. But the larger part of participatory education is anti-learning. Learning is supposedly done more through some magical osmosis, the result of the students and teachers rubbing off on each other. “It’s a process.”

Slice that baloney any way you want to, it’s still baloney. And when the meal is over, the students have no knowledge of logic, which is the foundation for rational thought. They’re cut loose on a river with no paddle. They have an inflated sense of self-worth, and no understanding to back it up.

Out in the world, after school is behind them, what do you think these graduates are going to be attracted to? Anything and anyone who sounds like he’s talking about the GROUP, who praises and elevates the GROUP, who promotes the Collective, who emphasizes how we’re all in this together for a better world.

Only it isn’t a better world. It isn’t, because these half-educated young adults never became truly independent individuals. And because “better world” is the flag behind which sits the actual scenario: self-appointed priests directing devotees in the Church of Sustainability. All life, all resources, “for the sake of Mother Earth,” being guided and run from Central Planning.

Some day, unless we turn this around, these ex-students will be complaining, “We didn’t think we were signing up for this!”

Small correction: you didn’t really think at all, because you never learned how.

As I put together The Matrix Revealed, I made sure to show Matrix as a work in process, an ongoing enterprise, a work of art, as it were, that can be dismantled—as a person takes another road of his own.

This is vital. It transforms victimization into inspiration.

In my work, I was assisted by interviewees who profoundly understood all this.

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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.

8 comments on “Matrix logic and Real logic

  1. n3angus says:

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  2. Prescott says:

    As a student instructor for an introductory finance course, I’m on the front lines of the war on rational thought. It’s getting bad, real bad, and the Common Core Kids are still gestating in the pipeline.

    What you don’t touch on here is the attention span factor. The constant technological stimulation is even worse than the poisonous ideals that have been propagated in their minds. Now, the average attention span is 8.25 seconds, less than a goldfishes’ 9 second attention span.

    Hyper-exposure to screens, information, and media is bringing in a “Brave New World” type of mindset, where not only are the ideas wrong, but people barely have the capability to create a coherent train of thought. The majority of students I see today are mindlessly scrolling through news feeds, media zombies who only consume more and more.

    Thankfully, I’ve been able to realize how my attention span has been destroyed. Jon’s ability to delve so deeply into these topics and conduct a thorough analysis really inspires me. My worldview and knowledge are based on a lot of assumptions, generalizations, and prejudices that I really can’t give specific details about because I’m too scattered to read articles, instead jumping from tab to tab consuming bite-sized tidbits of data.

    A week ago I downgraded from my smart phone and cut off all screens after 8 p.m. It’s helped a lot, and at least I’m getting better, hopefully my peers will catch on eventually.

    As long as you’re getting better, you’re not getting worse.

  3. Greg C. says:

    I teach piano, and I have noticed that when my students return to school in the fall, they regress – they don’t know what they want to do. What would you like to play first today? “I don’t know.” How about such-and-such? “I guess.” They are as vague as a cloud. In the summer, they have no problem making decisions. But when school is open, they can’t make any decisions without being around their group. They don’t know where to focus – on their hands, the page, they keys – they are off in limbo. Much of the time spent in lessons is getting them to focus where they need to.

    Of course, the best students are home-schooled, hands down. They have their own ideas. They know what they like and are aware of what they are doing. They notice things all by themselves. They are not passive learners.

  4. Patricia says:

    The Borg will be overcome and we will not assimilate!

  5. Blake Conley says:

    Jon, I saw an amazing documentary yesterday (just recently released on DVD) entitled “Under the Sun”. I found it to be simultaneously fascinating & horrifying. The Russian who directed it was given permission to film in North Korea – but, guides/handlers decided on the trajectory of the story they wanted him to film (supposedly of a family encountering actual/normal life circumstances but, in fact, it was all scripted and an utter fraud). What the not-so-tech-savvy North Koreans did not know is that it is possible to film WITHOUT the red light on. As such, the director managed to obtain a lot of footage illuminating the fraudulence – not only of the scenarios/people he was filming – but of the society at large. One witnesses (while squirming) enforced conformity, the ubiquitous obligatory rote participation of leader worship, an incredible dumbing-down of seemingly an entire populace (although they do have concentration camps and mass executions, so some residual individuals must not be playing along with the Program) and a general ambiance of unspoken despair.
    It is all very sad to watch – especially in light of the degree to which American society has already capitulated to its own possible version of such a hive-society.

  6. Kathy says:

    This was in a 10th graders class room lesson book, this was the question:
    Imagine that you work for a human microchip company. The president has given you an oppurtunity to make a televised
    speech to the nation. What would you say to persuade people to get a microchip?

  7. Lulu says:

    From the time I was in love with Spok, watching the first stat trek episodes back in the early 70ties I just knew that logic was the key to practical resolve. There is no question nor debate necessary concerning logic as all actions and outcomes are metaphysically and reactionary logical results.
    There has never been anyone really special from the array of inventors, philosophers and revolutionary philanthropists that were the heroes and icons of intelligence that did not stand on their own or could prove their logic to be correct. There are no multiple outcomes when it comes to physical logical process as it should only allow for the most effective, least time consuming and priority orientated results. The individual usually chosen for such tasks has never been a group thinker. There is no real argument for the group think theories as these would only apply in a world of disarray where the team effort would secure the survival of the species. I have never lost an argument in my live as I cannot even think anything that is not logically interpreted. In fact I have looked down on most people as they are no longer special, they seem like a bunch of indoctrinated sheep. The worth of a person depends logically speaking on his IQ and his independence as this provides direct proof of his genealogy and good breeding, after all I am really proud of my all so intellectual forefathers, a lot of them really stuck out of the crowd regarding their intellectual abilities, this is what good memories and pride are all about. As the human species differs vastly in looks and characteristics it would be going against the grain of nature to make us all the same, the answers here are quite logical and are not up for debate. I have been fighting for logical thinking all my life and therefor was able to literally predict all outcomes of scenarios through logical
    ( sequential ) dot connecting, this is only possible by remaining outside the box. Even though I have worked in the formal medical industry I was able to really change things around me including keeping a certain popularity by simply proving that I had mathematically speaking always the better solution. It takes a bit of effort standing on your own feet but it was never a problem for me as I do not need the approval of anyone once I am convinced as really 99% of people are just not qualified to make decisions. Just look at the total absence of class and intelligence in our leaders today, they cannot even give a free speech. Do you rally think that this is not proof of the absence of originality and intelligence? There are only very few people born leaders and to become one you have to dismiss most of what the world has to offer as these perks are not really important, are they? The aim here is that the more you know the less you need. It is anyway high time to move away from consumerism with its planned obsolescence, this is what made them rich and the controllers of our world in the first place. Don’t let them ! Read the old philosophers, now there is a start, I did that in my teenage years.

  8. John says:

    A society crumbles when the very soul and integrity of its citizens ceases to exist. There is not a government in creation which will satisfy a citizenry devoid of virtue or critical thought. When a society chooses moral relativism over truth, it devolves and eventually self destructs. History has proven this time and time again.

    Samuel Adams said: “Neither the wisest constitution nor the wisest laws will secure the liberty and happiness of a people whose manners are universally corrupt. He therefore is the truest friend of the liberty of his country who tries most to promote its virtue.”

    Patrick Henry stated that: “A vitiated [impure] state of morals, a corrupted public conscience, is incompatible with freedom.”

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