My second open letter to Steve Bannon, Trump’s inside man

My second open letter to Steve Bannon, Trump’s inside man

by Jon Rappoport

November 21, 2016

Yesterday, I published my first open letter to Steve Bannon: Trump’s chief strategist, special counselor, and, yes, avowed enemy of major media and their fake news bubbles.

Here is a follow-up. Like the first, this one involves solutions aimed at improving life in America.

And believe me, I understand that Progressive vampires and their allied subalterns are very nervous about workable solutions, especially as they empower people to succeed beyond permanent dependence on government, The Universal Teat and Provider. So be it.


Again, I remind you, there are millions and millions of people out there who aren’t polled or counted or factored into the algorithms of political calculations. Some of them voted for your man, some didn’t vote at all. All of them want a role in the political process, and if sufficiently motivated and encouraged, they will suddenly show up and support you with an energy that will knock you off your chair.

They are against the multitude of lies big government has been feeding them for decades—lies that come back to the basic issue of HEALTH.

Here is an introductory list of what these millions of Americans are burning about:

GMOs in the food supply (never proven to be safe, never proven to increase crop yields). Toxic pesticides drenching the food supply. The lacing of our water with toxic fluorides (forced medical treatment with no informed consent). Harmful vaccine after vaccine injected into our children, and the cooked studies that claim these substances are universally safe and effective (watch the film Vaxxed (trailer) for a window into the fraud). The pharmaceutical assault on the population with toxic and unnecessary drugs (killing, at minimum, 106,000 Americans every year, a million Americans per decade—see Starfield, JAMA, July 26, 2000).

Let’s start with those. There are more.

I assure you, Steve, people with stacks of evidence, beyond official pronouncements, could come forward and make a case for the destructive toxicity of these substances. They already have. The crazies in this situation are actually the corporate and media front men, who are parroting what sold-out scientists at the FDA, CDC, and other agencies are feeding them.

Ridding the country of poisons, to put it frankly, would certainly rank as a solution. Healthier adults and children, filled with energy, alert and alive? Isn’t this a fundamental?

Of course, I’m showing you a tall hill to climb here, given the ubiquitous special interests who have been squeezing America for so long. But I would point out that you and others have been taking the fight to the proponents of global warming and exposing them for the frauds they are. That’s a big hill, too.

The toxic items I listed above are on the same hill.

Part of the solution? Serious DOJ prosecutions against FDA and CDC personnel for fraud, reckless endangerment, and waste of enormous federal funds.

You want to see a massive silent majority explode in support of your administration? Carry out those prosecutions. Extend them to pharmaceutical executives who have knowingly foisted their highly destructive drugs on the population.

At this point you’ll be thinking you can’t go that far. It’s too much to take on. Well, you took on climate change because you saw the agenda involved torpedoing the economy. What I’m giving you here (massive and unending toxicity in various forms) torpedoes the right to life itself.

This isn’t some wild-eyed appeal from the fringe, Steve. As an independent reporter (one of many) who has been covering these issues for more than 30 years, I assure you there is a whole library of evidence to support the points I’ve sketched out here.

You’re an expert on corrupt media. I guarantee there is no greater media corruption than in the area of health and medicine. Those boys and girls are locked up tight. If they aren’t lying, they aren’t living. From what I can see, you take great pleasure in overturning apple carts. Here is the big one. Flip it over, and you’ll watch some of the weirdest and slimiest creatures on this green Earth come crawling out.

You want a real revolution? It’s there.

Talk to the mother of a child whose brain has been hit and damaged with a vaccine. Listen to her. Look in her eyes. This is the fire of truth no liar can contradict. This is devastation.

It’s time to do something about it, come hell or high water.

Whether it’s your time, Steve, is up to you.

Exit From the Matrix

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

PS: I attach a letter about the fluoridation of our water supplies. It’s self-explanatory. It’s a bombshell.

Here is what the EPA Union of Scientists (!) had to say about fluoridation:

Quoting from a May 1, 1999, statement— “Why EPA’s Headquarters Union of Scientists Opposes Fluoridation” —written by William Hirzy, PhD, [Union of Scientists] Senior Vice-President, Chapter 280:

“…our opposition to drinking water fluoridation has grown, based on the scientific literature documenting the increasingly out-of-control exposures to fluoride, the lack of benefit to dental health from ingestion of fluoride and the hazards to human health from such ingestion. These hazards include acute toxic hazard, such as to people with impaired kidney function, as well as chronic toxic hazards of gene mutations, cancer, reproductive effects, neurotoxicity, bone pathology and dental fluorosis.”

“In support of this concern are results from two epidemiology studies from China that show decreases in I.Q. in children who get more fluoride than the control groups of children in each study. These decreases are about 5 to 10 I.Q. points in children aged 8 to 13 years.”

“Another troubling brain effect has recently surfaced: fluoride’s interference with the function of the brain’s pineal gland. The pineal gland produces melatonin which, among other roles, mediates the body’s internal clock, doing such things as governing the onset of puberty. Jennifer Luke has shown that fluoride accumulates in the pineal gland and inhibits its production of melatonin. She showed in test animals that this inhibition causes an earlier onset of sexual maturity, an effect reported in humans as well in 1956…”

“EPA fired the Office of Drinking Water’s chief toxicologist, Dr. William Marcus, who also was our local union’s treasurer at the time, for refusing to remain silent on the cancer risk issue. The judge who heard the lawsuit he [Marcus] brought against EPA over the firing made that finding—that EPA fired him over his fluoride work and not for the phony reason put forward by EPA management at his dismissal. Dr. Marcus won his lawsuit and is again at work at EPA.”

“…data showing increases in osteosarcomas in young men in New Jersey, Washington and Iowa based on their drinking fluoridated water. It was his [Dr. Marcus’] analysis, repeated statements about all these and other incriminating cancer data, and his requests for an independent, unbiased evaluation of them that got Dr. Marcus fired.”

“Regarding the effectiveness of fluoride in reducing dental cavities, there has not been any double-blind study of fluoride’s effectiveness as a caries preventative. There have been many, many small scale, selective publications on this issue that proponents cite to justify fluoridation, but the largest and most comprehensive study, one done by dentists trained by the National Institute of Dental Research, on over 39,000 school children aged 5-17 years, shows no significant differences (in terms of decayed, missing and filled teeth) among caries [cavities] incidences in fluoridated, non-fluoridated and partially fluoridated communities. The latest publication on the fifty-year fluoridation experiment in two New York cities, Newburgh and Kingston, shows the same thing. The only significant difference in dental health between the two communities as a whole is that fluoridated Newburgh, N.Y. shows about twice the incidence of dental fluorosis (the first, visible sign of fluoride chronic toxicity) as seen in non-fluoridated Kingston.”

“John Colquhoun’s publication on this point of efficacy is especially important. Dr. Colquhoun was Principal Dental Officer for Auckland, the largest city in New Zealand, and a staunch supporter of fluoridation—until he was given the task of looking at the world-wide data on fluoridation’s effectiveness in preventing cavities. The paper is titled, ‘Why I changed My Mind About Water Fluoridation.’ In it Colquhoun provides details on how data were manipulated to support fluoridation in English speaking countries, especially the U.S. and New Zealand. This paper explains why an ethical public health professional was compelled to do a 180 degree turn on fluoridation.”

“…mutation studies…show that fluoride can cause gene mutations in mammalian and lower order tissues at fluoride concentrations estimated to be present in the mouth from fluoridated tooth paste. Further, there were tumors of the oral cavity seen in the NTP cancer study…further strengthening concern over the toxicity of topically applied fluoride.”

“So, in addition to our concern over the toxicity of fluoride, we note the uncontrolled — and apparently uncontrollable — exposures to fluoride that are occurring nationwide via drinking water, processed foods, fluoride pesticide residues and dental care products…For governmental and other organizations to continue to push for more exposure in the face of current levels of over-exposure coupled with an increasing crescendo of adverse toxicity findings is irrational and irresponsible at best.”

“We have also taken a direct step to protect the [EPA] employees we represent from the risks of drinking fluoridated water…the union filed a grievance, asking that EPA provide un-fluoridated drinking water to its employees.”

“The implication for the general public of these calculations is clear. Recent, peer-reviewed toxicity data, when applied to EPA’s standard method for controlling risks from toxic chemicals, require an immediate halt to the use of the nation’s drinking water reservoirs as disposal sites for the toxic waste of the phosphate fertilizer industry.”

Steve, does that make you pause?

This is just one piece of evidence in a vast library, pertaining to every American’s right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Free from disastrous toxicity that is, at this very moment, undermining that right.

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.

22 comments on “My second open letter to Steve Bannon, Trump’s inside man

  1. Brigitta Waller says:

    Thank you Jon for pointing out everything that needs to be done to the people that may be able to actually bring about change. I for one hope that Mr. Bannon pays attention to what you suggest.

  2. Joy says:

    This book is the most complete truth about the lies behind all GMOs (including the fact that FDA broke the law with its rogue approval of the first one allowed to enter the market).

    I have been able to convince a few of the most hard-core supporters of fluoride with one viewing of this documentary.

  3. lesha says:

    Wondering if there is a way to post this for lots and lots of signator/supporters…..

  4. California Native says:

    May God continue to protect you as you fight to reveal the threats to the health and well-being of all of us “deplorables” — you are truly a voice in the elite wilderness, and we will stand firmly behind President Trump if he will only heed your cry and not fall for the lies of the corporate leaders (like Monsanto and big Pharma) that he is probably so used to listening to. My prayer is that his love for God and for us common folks will overcome his millionaire mindset friends’ advice.

  5. Eliana Jantz says:

    Thank you Jon for representing the ‘awakened’ people who want a healthy planet and a healthy life!

  6. The Hirzy quotes are from this letter:


  7. henry says:

    Steve is probably very busy nowadays. It might be more effective if this information is sent to Breitbart. Steve may be keeping his finger on the American pulse and that would be one place he does this.

  8. Fabulous !
    Although I live in Canada, how can we add our name in support of your letter to Steve Bannon and Donald Trump ?! .. to show your prediction of massive support is, indeed, immediately realistic –

  9. asmith says:

    […] these people (right or left) don’t give one iota about the common man. And all the actions you’re proposing, they’re antithesis to Big Gov’t, Pharma, Business. And you think Trump’s the man to bring this house of cards down? I appreciate your effort, but I’m not going to hold my breathe. To quote the Beatles, “You say you want a revolution…”

  10. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    Please ask someone to talk privately with Henry Kissinger to find out exactly what he surrendered to China when he secretly flew there in 1971 and agreed to cancel Kennedy’s Apollo program in exchange for world peace with China and the USSR. I was a Principal Investigator for NASA, and I think Kissinger agreed to end the US rocketry program and rely on Russian rockets for future space travel.

  11. Susa Glenn says:

    Please add to the list of atrocities against the people of the United States the deplorable falsehoods/dogma concerning polyunsaturated oils including fish oil. Fish oil is known to cause brain damage and lower IQ. It is now impossible where I live to buy infant formula without DHA added to it. This is damaging the brains of the most vulnerable of the population. This is madness. Please see these articles: and

  12. Jon, I have read those words you have presented in different formats many, many times before.

    Noble sentiment indeed. You, in your own way, follow the science route, academia, credentials, the people that “know what they are talking about”. It’s painfully obvious to anyone that visits my blogs, I don’t. Worse still, neither do I like statistics because these are the most misleading and worst kind of lies – sometimes. Other times they will highlight but obscure problems at the same time.

    On my political blog, I have run with toxic vaccines and regularly referenced you, Jon. I used you as “the other view” in my coverage of Ebola. Conclusively we were almost identical, but, ultimately we disagreed on “causes”. You said microcephaly was caused by pesticides and I said radiation. We both research widely, considered the data and drew independent, contemplated conclusions.

    Podesta demonstrated we were capable of representing both sides of “the coin” and, consequentially, I was vehemently in disagreement with your philosophies on that one.

    Everything you have run with, I have run with. I have even “promoted” your promotion of Trump on FB, for what it’s worth. BUT, never once have I written about the ills of fluoride specifically (and perhaps only the occasional satirical reference). In fact, conclusively, I find no evidence supporting the dental conspiracy outlined in alternative (and, unsurprisingly, mainstream…people would be shocked just how much “alternative” propaganda is also hidden/buried in the mainstream) Medias.

    That is because to add fluoride to household water supplies in an effective way is impossible. I’ll reiterate that again. It is IMPOSSIBLE to regulate a constant supply of fluoride infused water. My own mother worked as head of quality control for a national water company, so I do have “people on the ground” if you want “credentials” so to speak.

    The fluoride story is a cover. For the less articulate, that means BULLSHIT. So what’s the cover?

    You must have heard of all those groups of scientists that were behind “global warming” and now, somehow, aren’t? There’s an example. Credentialed people can change opinions from north to south, eh? Black holes always traditionally sucked matter, but now the Hawking from say they are grey holes that transmit matter!

    Anyway whether you call it global warming, climate change or nothing at all, it does not avoid the problem (for which “fluoride” in the water and “chemtrails” in the sky are the cover).

    The problem is POLLUTION and, you know what? It is the BIGGEST PROBLEM THIS PLANET FACES. Period. Forget Ebola. Forget Vaccines. Forget pesticides. Forget ISIS. Forget Clinton.

    I don’t go the science-route because the science route is bullshit and that’s how scientists can reverse their opinions in the blink of an eye, credentialed or not.

    So how did this pollution get into the atmosphere, water? Good question. Here’s the answers in no particular order:

    a) industry
    b) domestic households

    A more common euphemism for fluoride or pollution is “carbon”. In other words it is a very special type of pollution, because, guess what? All living things are made of carbon and when become dead things they say carbon. Like, oil, coal, petrol, gas and that sort of thing.

    Do you know how much pollution 100 million fuel guzzlin’ road vehicles running 24/7 over a year could generate? Where does it go? Has anyone considered the short, medium, long term impact?

    No? Well I have. A useful statistical graph to look at is the production/distribution of road vehicles against the increase of cancers since 1905. For those that “believe in” statistics that makes scary viewing.

    I get my information from much purer “other worldly”, perhaps “extra-terrestrial”, sources and I can tell you I am alarmed how bad a shape we are in. The standard problem reaction solution won’t work. When people started dropping dead in the street for the next virus “they’ll” pretend to invent, the shit will have already hit the fan. No “reversal” possible. I’d prefer not to be in that position. I’m rather fond of my life.

    Perhaps you can convey the message to Steve? Can Mr Trump set the eradication of pollution as his priority number one?


    • Arisen Ryan says:

      […] So what are the administrators putting in the water when they believe the product to be fluoride? A placebo? Is it just not happening? There are legitimate conspiracies and then there are delusions.

      Anyway, modernity can’t just do away with “pollution” without completely overhauling and dismantling the world’s energy production mechanisms. The world’s economies would crash like a meteor. There would be a nuclear war before the powers that be would allow that to even begin to happen. Trump is only one man. Individuals need to make the green switch-over on their own.

      • Spoken as a total idiot that doesn’t read or attempt to comprehend.



  13. littlefish says:

    excellent letters Jon. if you ever made it a collective piece, i’d gladly co-sign under your Hancock.

    i heard the urban farms idea from you on infowars last week as i was making a compost pile for winter 🙂 the amount of potential soil coming out of urban areas daily (in the form of food waste and paper products) is mindblowing. Will Allen in Milwaukee proved you can grow on an abandoned parking lot with a giant pile of it. huge cost to haul that out and bury it which could be diverted to keeping it in the cities and processing. Will’s got the process down to a science. so simple yet powerful.

  14. littlefish says:

    slightly OT but not really since the subject is solutions :

    is there an out-of-the-box solution to the pipeline issue in ND that recognizes the necessity of oil-and-gas in our current reality but does not endanger the fresh water supplies of 17M people?

    why does that oil need to travel 1000 miles down to the Gulf anyhow? to export to China?

    why are we endangering one natural resource so another natural resource can be shipped offshore? isn’t that just the other side of the globalism coin?

    why can’t new state-of-the-art refineries be built up in ND/SD/etc. closer to the source of the oil and away from the water supplies?

    if people still want to export petrol, why not use the recent largest discovery ever in American history down in TX, closer to the Gulf refineries?

    this doesn’t make sense from a business perspective (close proximity of vertical production processes), a libertarian one (do no harm), let alone a spiritual one (water is life).

    it’s a shame this issue has degenerated into another false left vs. right dogmatic dogfight. is there a way we can turn this on its head and find a solution that sidesteps the ideology and oligarchical interests behind it pulling the various strings?

  15. Steve Terry says:

    Yes, it will require breaking some eggs for this omelet.

  16. Good for you, Jon. Tell him to see how Karl spells the health scam out over at market-ticker. All this stuff is a scam on the people and must stop!

  17. flyingcuttlefish says:

    Study Reveals Just How Much Doctors Make Pushing Flu Shots

  18. Tony says:

    I so wish that policy makers could understand – really take time to absorb – what even some ‘establishment’ voices are saying:

    Richard Horton (Lancet editor):

    “The case against science is straightforward: much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue. Afflicted by studies with small sample sizes, tiny effects, invalid exploratory analyses, and flagrant conflicts of interest, together with an obsession for pursuing fashionable trends of dubious importance, science has taken a turn towards darkness.”


    The science journal Nature:

    “Nevertheless, scientists understand that peer review per se provides only a minimal assurance of quality, and that the public conception of peer review as a stamp of authentication is far from the truth.”


    I highly recommend anyone interested in the reliability of medical research checks out the work of Dr John Ioannidis, Stanford Professor of Medicine and of Health Research and Policy:

    “Even when the evidence shows that a particular research idea is wrong, if you have thousands of scientists who have invested their careers in it, they’ll continue to publish papers on it […] It’s like an epidemic, in the sense that they’re infected with these wrong ideas, and they’re spreading it to other researchers through journals.”

  19. Angel Herrero says:

    As a naturalized American of European stock where, politics is a real and serious exercise of democratic values, where the Left is a real Left and the Right is a real Right, I find the American Electoral Cycle a laughable business about nothing. A system established on the power of the dollar, special interests and and corruption that finally backfired.

    Mr. Trump is the anomaly that has got all of us with crossed fingers 24/7. But things are so bad in our Republic that Mrs. Clinton would have made things even worse.Mrs. Clinton, the ultimate entrenched average career politician who was offered the WH on a silver plate, was rejected.

    Even before this election began it was a ”done deal”, it was arranged that she would win this election but, the Democratic Party was collapsing, the unity so often spoken about was purely cosmetic.

    Mr. Bannon may be another anomaly in our battered political system, another backlash against the American Left. Shall we see Mr. Trump become a politician and fool us, one more time, like is has been done before by other inept elected presidents?

    Mr. Trump, still is a huge question mark. Soon, the mystery will be resolved,

    Angel Herrero
    Non-Affiliated Voter

  20. mary says:

    Geoengineering Deniers!

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