My position on Donald Trump

My position on Donald Trump

by Jon Rappoport

December 22, 2016

I’ve written many words about the man and what he’s been doing. To repeat a few of them, his two most important achievements are: he’s contributing, in a major way, to the ongoing destruction of the credibility of big media; and he kept Hillary Clinton out of the White House.

Concerning the media— I am tremendously enthusiastic about what Trump has done. I pop champagne corks on that one. He’s provided a public service for the ages. We would be light years beyond where we are now, if the world of conventional journalism hadn’t sold its soul, its morality, its intelligence, and its hunger for getting to the bottom of things so long ago. In his own improvisations and riffs, Trump has turned the media stars on their heads looking out of their asses. He has been merciless. He has worked acrobatic tricks worthy of a Salvador Dali. When they thought he was here, he was there. When they thought they had him pinned against the wall, he vanished and there was no wall. When they thought he was done, he was starting. When they assumed they were occupying a higher position, he was poking them in the solar plexus of their pretensions and exposing them as rank amateurs. They go sober-serious, he laughs. They deride and mock him, he reminds them they’re supposed to be professional. They scream and go ballistic, he walks away. He’s supposed to be in Washington, he’s in New York. He’s supposed to lay out his schedule for them, he vanishes. He shouldn’t talk to a foreign leader, he talks to a foreign leader. The Washington Post reports the Russians hacked the election, he says the CIA is making it up.

Make no mistake about it, Globalists of every stripe and disguise infect Washington like the plague. Their goals, reputations, connections, and paychecks are on the line. They want to neutralize Trump by any means possible. He has hammered the TPP, and said he’ll cancel it (Chuck Schumer has already said it’s dead). He is raising the banner of nationalism, not Globalism, and he promises to bring back jobs to America…everything he promises in this regard is running counter to the Rockefeller agenda of destruction.

Will he change the pernicious culture, which is devolving to the point where “free-everything” for nothing is considered the most illuminated version of political philosophy? He will try, but indirectly, by opening up new levels of employment.

Will he continue to slam major media control of the information flow? Yes. In that regard, he has already done more than any president in modern history.

And if language is important (and it is), his communication with the American people, in its direct colloquial style, is a distinct departure from the polished, empty, grotesque media/politician mechanical mind-numbing bullshit that has all but taken over the landscape.

Will he try to curtail the divide-and-conquer “race-war” mentality that has been heavily promoted over the last eight years? Again, his basic strategy is: give people jobs. Renew the economy. Float all boats.

Will Trump curtail open borders and reduce the reality of terrorists and criminals entering the US? Will he knock aside the unproven claims of global warmists and erase the absurd and dangerous carbon-tax plan? Will he rebuild the fading infrastructure of this country? Will he put Common Core out of its misery? I believe he will make progress in all these areas. How much progress? Impossible to predict.

Will he refuse to launch wars and covert ops of Empire? Will he bring massive numbers of US troops stationed abroad back home, kick the neocons out on their asses, and scale back the enormous influence of the military-industrial complex, which, after JFK, encircled America with its dream of a forever World Empire? This would be one of the most important actions he could launch as president. And the effort is like trying to turn an oil tanker around in a small space. To the degree he rebuilds the military, he’ll keep pouring $$ into the maw of the military-industrial machine. I think it’s possible that he and his advisors see, from a purely pragmatic viewpoint, that American Empire has reached an end-point. It is a failure. It can’t go further. The blowback on America has outflanked its lists of Empire-conquests. However, until Trump shows he’s really going to try to cancel the neocon American Empire, and means it, I’m not making any assumptions whatsoever.

Is Donald Trump more than a puppet in the hands of Globalists? I believe he is more than that.

Is he a mere tool who was handed the election by Globalists who realized Hillary Clinton was too sick and deranged to stay the course in the White House? I believe he is not a mere tool in their hands, even if they ended up supporting him.

Does he want the job of president ONLY for the purpose of feathering his personal nest and stroking his own ego? I don’t think that’s the case now, if it ever was.

***However, unraveling his myriad business interests is necessary, in order to discover whether his decisions as president add to his wealth. Handing over those businesses to his family isn’t a barrier against self-aggrandizing policies. Trump is, after all, a real estate hustler from way back.

One question in this regard: Trump appears ready to give US corporations a tax holiday, so they can bring back huge amounts of money they’ve stashed overseas, for the express purpose of buying shares of their own companies. This practice has been a way CEOs can make their operations look good (share prices go up) while actually producing nothing new. As a reader of mine suggested (and I ask), will this Trump policy of share-buying do nothing to rejuvenate those businesses, thus creating no new jobs? And will this policy enable Trump’s family to buy shares in whatever piece of the Trump empire is publicly traded, pushing up its stock price? This needs serious attention.

Will Trump roll back the many local incarnations of the UN’s criminal Agenda 21 blueprint for closely monitored, extensively planned technocratic towns and cities? I’m not sure he’s even aware of this massive incursion on life in America—aside from sanctuary cities fronted by virtue-signaling liberal snowflakes and paid operatives. He will take steps to reduce those bastions of hope and change.

Is it possible that, when all is said and done, Trump’s most important action will have been his merciless attack on major media—and by extension, their Globalist handlers? Yes. And by my measure, he would then have achieved a step toward freeing information and truth from its century-long prison of mind control. The consequences of such a liberation could be titanic. In the long run, Trump is far less important than the millions of people who could wake up from their deep slumber.

I believe Trump’s plan to bring employment back to America will involve a kind of FDR/New Deal program of trillion-dollar government contracts to rebuild the infrastructure. This is by no means free-market America. If his plan gets through the Congress, many new jobs will be created, yes. On the other hand, the $$ power of the federal government will increase. It’s never a great idea to give the feds more control as the number-one employer in the nation.

I think Trump favors jobs, all jobs, and will go to extremes to create them. This includes giving the green light to tech giants to keep carrying out contracts to expand the Surveillance State. He’ll find ways to allow the FDA to license new drugs more quickly, thus maiming and killing more Americans. He’ll cast a blind eye toward big corporate toxic GMOs/pesticides. He’ll overlook and ignore major areas of agricultural and industrial pollution, and permit them to expand.

Will Trump curtail the disturbing trend of militarizing local police forces across America? Doubtful.

Will he root out and eliminate the power of vicious gangs in inner cities—gangs who are holding residents hostage in their own communities? I believe he’ll make at least a minimum effort. Even if a president is motivated, that’s a very tall order.

I assume that as a businessman he has committed criminal acts of one kind or another. Do they rank as high as the pay-for-play Clinton Foundation and the mass obliteration of Libya, two of Hillary Clinton’s favorite operations? No. Not even close.

Will Trump favor big-corporate cronies with the gift of government contracts? I would think so.

Will he make deals and side-deals, some of which go beyond the literal bounds of law, to advance his presidential agenda? I would certainly think so. What president hasn’t?

Could everything I’m mentioning in this article go by the boards, because Trump’s enemies create sudden disasters for him to manage—disasters which dwarf all other issues and programs? Absolutely.

Could Trump himself make a fatal error that brings his house down? For example, could his advisors convince him to make a wide-ranging deal with Russia that includes the extradition of Edward Snowden to stand trial in America? Maybe.

Could Trump be convinced to start a dangerous war somewhere, perhaps in response to a planned false-flag operation designed for that very purpose? It’s possible.

Does he see that so-called liberals, who are really socialists and Globalists and technocrats, have come very close to taking over this country, under the banner of “share and care” and “empathy” and “love”—behind which they hide an endless supply of venom for those people who believe in a) working for their own rewards; b) individualism; and c) independence of thought? I think he plans to approach that gigantic reality with jobs and more jobs; his blanket solution. Put America back to work. Is that a real solution? Yes, it certainly helps. But here we are talking about the culture, and what he can possibly say to the American people to restore a sense of traditional values (life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness) that doesn’t come across as vapid sentimentality. He is a clever man. I believe he wants to sidestep a direct confrontation with “the values issue.” Instead, he wants to cure the genuine desperation many Americans feel because they can’t find decent work. He wants to create a boom in the domestic economy that floats all boats. I can’t fault him for that. However, a major part of the US economy has long been predicated on jobs that either produce nothing or produce toxic outcomes. Those engines aren’t going to go away.

I believe Trump can make progress in decimating the political-correctness disease. I believe he can help reverse the obsession with parsing people’s words and finding “hidden racist content.” And the issue where all this rubber meets the road is: immigration.

His opponents will keep saying that anything less than wide open borders is Hitlerian. His point is: there is a threat and a danger. Letting in felons; letting in potential terrorists and actual terrorists; letting in people who hate America and want everything they can get for free in America; letting in people who take jobs from Americans (including legal immigrants); letting in people who overburden the economy via all the free services they can obtain—this is wrong, this is suicide, this is crazy. It has nothing to do with racism.

If he succeeds in reducing this immigration threat—wall or no wall—he will go a significant distance in proving that protecting America has nothing to do with hatred.

At the same time (and I have to stress this again), he can’t decide to keep forwarding Empire abroad, thus exacerbating the desire for revenge against America among many people who feel the destructive force of the US military machine.

If he turns into just another jingoist, he’s finished. And he should be.

He needs to talk to Ron Paul. At length.

What about draining the swamp in Washington? This is another case of trying to turn around an oil tanker in a small space. He needs to provide vivid examples. For starters, he should pursue, with all speed, the gathering of specific evidence for the prosecution of Hillary and Bill Clinton, vis-à-vis the Clinton Foundation and its nefarious activities. No stone should be left unturned. That would set a new tone.

For people who need a heavy dose of who and what the Clintons are, I recommend immersing yourself in everything the late Christopher Hitchens wrote and said about them. (I’m sure Hitchens would hate a Trump presidency.)

Exit From the Matrix

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

—If I were in charge of everything from the beginning of the Republic in the 18th century (!), my goal would have been to make a hundred Republics with severely limited governments on this continent—with virtually no foreign entanglements of any kind (political or commercial)—instead, opting for self-sufficiency as the primary value. But that’s another story for another time. Meanwhile, I see a glint of light here, and I see risks and possibilities, and I see that perhaps we can make steps toward ridding America of the festering woes that have beset it: Empire, on the one hand; hideous liberalism masking a technocratic Globalist takeover that would sink us, on the other hand.

At no time over the past 30 years of working as a reporter have I felt all is lost. At no time have I felt that the forces arrayed against us are too great or too smart. At no time have I felt that all doors are closed. I take the long view. Many things can happen to wake people up—mainly themselves when they finally feel their way of operating and living has become self-defeating.

Rather than opting for pure hope now, I believe Trump’s feet should be held to the fire. He made promises. Those promises are clear. We should see authentic efforts from him in those directions.

I’m aware that some readers can only accept extreme views of Trump or any politician. Wonderful or terrible. Messianic or hideous. That’s not what I’ve presented here. I’ve presented what I see. So be it.

Stay tuned…

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 or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

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96 comments on “My position on Donald Trump

  1. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    Thank you, Jon, for explaining your position on Trump. I agree with you. Regardless of style, Trump has exposed the hypocricy of politically correct group-think in Washington, DC, like a bull in a China shop.”

  2. don wleklinski says:

    viewing trump as a globalist tool is not extreme. i don’t think one can enter the world stage without being placed there by one of the globalist factions donald trump is eddie haskell all growed up.

  3. jjsanto1962 says:

    It is not “extreme” to note Donald Trump’s sexual obsession with his own daughter, Ivanka. This is a calling card of sorts. It speaks volumes of his character as a human. It is not “extreme” to note that he has called Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted pedophile, “a great guy”. He thinks Jeffrey so great that he has flown to Epstein’s pedo island on the ‘Lolita Express’. It appears that even Ivanka thinks Epstein a “great guy” too because her name has been found on a guest list at pedo island.

    In the real world, the one that I fervently hope 99% of humanity belongs to, these actions alone are an indictment on the quality of their character. It is evidence that morality is not something they value.

    Then there is that video of Trump bowing and scraping to AIPAC. Why would anyone running for an American office need the approval of a foreign organization?
    It becomes obvious that AIPAC has more control over our political system than we Americans do. What does it say about a person when they pander to a lobby group for support? It says a lot about their character.

    This flawed reasoning, that many Americans share, that Trump actually is sympathetic towards American’s outrage over corruption is quite disturbing. This man has nor moral high ground. As a matter of fact he dines with the criminals and pariah of this world so his allegiances would be to them, not the American people.

    So what that Donald openly bashes the main stream media. What does this prove? Nothing.

    Then there is that problem with Trump supporting the findings of the 9/11 report. Over 500 Engineers and Architects have a problem with the official report yet this obviously stupid man does not even take the time to question experts on the veracity of the 9/11 Commission’s report? Ridiculously stupid.

    I could go on and on to name the many, many shameless, ignorant and reprehensible behaviors and actions of Donald Trump but it would fall on deafened ears.

    Trump is obviously playing the American people like a Georgia banjo. We know the tune and we know what is coming to us……at least, those of us who have suffered the brutal injustice of financial rape know. We did not just see but felt how the bankers created a false housing market and then collapsed it, leaving millions of us homeless, jobless and financially in ruin. Those scars do not heal quickly. At least, not for the burned and scarred.

    So, I am a realist, Jon. Not an “extremist”. I have no problem with facing reality. Many do.

    Good luck to those who refuse to accept the fact that those at the top ( Donald lives in a golden penthouse, no? ) possess absolutely no character, no morals and no compassion for the struggling masses.

    • Conny Lundberg says:

      I cannot, nor do I want to reject what you says here, but I can say this, I think it is unrealistic to expect a Messiah with 100% integrity to show up in this corrupt political climate and I even find it near to impossible! On the other hand I can say that all this corruption could never have grown to this magnitude without the silent agreement of the people. No leader will ever save us if we do not work at it ourselves and if we do not take action to show our support for that which enhances survival of life on Earth and disagrees with actions that harms life.

      • Terri says:

        I agree Conny. The people are responsible for the degradation, for this is their republic, they are supposed to have and exercise their power and inherent rights. Ron Paul ran for president and he was one of the few who supported the constitution, unlike the rest of the traitors in congress. The people rejected him, and elected a psychopathic criminal instead. Dennis Kucinich was another who should have had much more support from the people, but got very little. the people get the kind of rulers that are a reflection of them. just look at these crazies who are out of the closet because Hitlery lost. They are delusional and evil by default, as are the majority of the peasants, which is why they would feel comfortable around her.

        Corruption has exploded due to the perverse nature of the obamas bush’s and clintons. Government has become more corrupt than ever and the people participate and dont do anything about it. Humans need to really look in the mirror and start working on ridding themselves of the decay and choose what is good, such as honor responsibility, love and kindness.

    • Greg C. says:

      JJ: I have to question someone who wants to slam the door shut on the hope of a Trump presidency. Look at what he has already done for us in this last year. The damage he has inflicted in exposing the presstitutes, the Clintons, the Globalists. Does it make sense that this is just a sham? I can’t understand that kind of cynicism, that won’t recognize obvious positive achievements. If it does turn out that Trump is taking us for a ride, we will know it soon enough, after he has been president. It would be incredibly remarkable, the biggest con ever, if it were to unfold like that. But to pretend to know in advance that it’s all a con, simply because the man does not have a spotless record, is ridiculous.

      • Suzie Palmer says:

        Greg C – I echo your thoughts 100%. So many people draw insane conclusions on the basis of nothing but supposition extracted from craftily edited headlines. The current administration, along with a complicit media, have left a sour taste in America’s mouth, and I for one look forward to Trump washing it all away.

    • Oliver K. Manuel says:

      Perhaps you paint with too wide a brush. I have the same character defect myself

    • My ears heard you. However – are you intimating your preference would gave been more years of “the same”?

      Trump is an imperfect human as we all are – however his imperfections & accomplishments are so damned grand – they’re hard to even imagine.

      And as many pointed out – he’s NOT Hilary.

      All the same – yes – we did get thrashed roundly by the banksters in collusion with the last several decades of administration’s.

      Will anything or much become better – crap shoot there. If (& I hope it will) does improve – just getting rid of/curtailing this PC/racist/freebie/open border garbage will be a breath of cleaner air.

      But I heard you.

      Great article and assessment Jon – thank you

    • Michael Burns says:


      “It is not “extreme” to note Donald Trump’s sexual obsession with his own daughter, Ivanka.” – jjsanto

      What are you some mexican with a grudge; jjsanto is mexican, are you a wet-back jj hm…what? unfair prejudgment? racist even? Yes I agree totally, and as unfounded as your above fucking statement.

      I am no Donald Trump voter, I am not even American, or someone who is completely blown over by the grand upset Trump has caused. But could you please provide links and evidence to your otherwise bitter and slanderous assumptions. You castigations against a young 35-year-old woman who is married and has small children is confounded.

      “…financial rape…” Wow what’s that one like, it pulls up imagery that is uncalled for in such contention. Rape is such an extreme, to be placed next to financial…

      “on deafened ears.”  Are you positive of that, highly assumptive again, because what you are is disgruntled Clintonista. And you figure you’re in, what, Trumpland.

      “Over 500 Engineers and Architects” is that anything like the 3500 supposed scientists that back the dis-information of the IPCC..don’t get me wrong, 911 is a dirty dam trick. But false merit does more harm than good here.

      “Then there is that video of Trump bowing..” What?…What video?..there you go again, presumptive ,show me your evidence.

      In conclusion what you express is unintelligent, it’s just gas coming out of your ass. Speak intelligently, prove what you say with sources.

      You speak of Ivanka as if you know her personally,…you don’t.

      …I think your part and parcel of the above linked bullshit. Clintonistas have tried ever conceivable way to cause a coup and now you try the attack his family. Attack his married daughter. What happened to that peaceful transition of power…hm, jj.

      So why shouldn’t I classify you as a dirty godam lying wetback jj. I don’t know you.

      ” It is evidence that morality is not something they value.”

      Really…are you suffering from cognitive dissonance jj. I think you need to repeat the above as a mantra a few hundred times, to those that you hang around. Maybe at some point you will hear a click, the true meaning engages into that brain, and you realize what you just said…

      • MB – Cwapp!!! THAT was pretty damned good!!!

      • jjsanto1962 says:

        I am a blue eyed Caucasian. A mother of a fallen soldier, A grandmother of eight grandchildren. I am married to a European, but, you have ignorantly pegged me a “wetback” and a “clintonista”.
        I was born in South Carolina. A Naval Base to be exact. My father is of Anglo descent and my mother Russian and Sicilian. You could not have been further off in your ignorant rant about who I am.

        As a mother who lost a son to this wicked system I feel that I have more right than many to voice an opinion about the political system and those who infest it. Most Americans shun their Civic Duty to hold their politicians accountable so I value not their opinions. If they will not even do this then they certainly deserve what they get in a ‘politician’.
        My son believed, as I did, what we were taught about America being a Republic. We believed that our country was noble and therefore the military a noble extension of the political system. In my blind ignorance and slavish acquiescence to the power structure I gave my son poor advice in his choice of career. A choice that cost him his valuable life.

        The entire system is rotten to it’s core, Michael Burns. Every political parasite exists to feed off of the American people. I am sure it is the same in all countries.
        That you came to the erroneous and ignorant conclusion that I am a supporter of anyone in this fetid system is understandable though. Your racist remarks are endemic of an ignorant society, one easily manipulated to serve such a vulgar system.

        I am not going to post links to what I have cited above because it is Jon’s blog and he may take issue with me posting them. You can, however, google any of those statements. They are available to the public.

        As for Ivanka, her pictures speak volumes of her low , moral character. I said nothing that she did not say about herself. I know many mothers who would have a problem with posting their breasts……spilling out of the clothing…..on the Internet. These kinds of mothers have respect for their children and for themselves.

        • John says:

          Great job on the article and I feel your loss. Our family has suffered the sme type of event.

        • Michael Burns says:

          First, answer the question to yourself, not to me, it serves me no gain…Did you vote for Hillary Clinton and, if you did, are you angry because she did not win?

          You mis-read or did not understand my using vitriol to make a point to you…guess it went over your head.

          “My son believed, as I did, what we were taught about America being a Republic. We believed that our country was noble and therefore the military a noble extension of the political system.” -jjsanto

          Noble to what? Go over and aggressively blungeon those in another country into democracy. Without having America be in any peril from that other country. There is nothing noble to being in a mercenary force… regardless if your ubiform is American or not.

          “As for Ivanka, her pictures speak volumes of her low , moral character. I said nothing that she did not say about herself.” jjsanto

          You will never learn jj…your the walking dead. And offer no solution at all. No apology.

          You think your the first that has lost in war? We all have…

          Don’t ya know fake is out, so making shit up and avoiding having to give evidence…

          “I am not going to post links to what I have cited above because it is Jon’s blog and he may take issue with me posting them.” -jjsanto

          Nice try grandma, but I am way too old of a cat to be messed up by a kitten…you’ve been here enough times to know, Jon Rappoport has never censored anyone, as a matter of fact he encourages individualism.

          And besides… you think he will take issue with a few links posted on what you state, he would welcome it , that’s important news if it’s true; but then he would not have issue with you and me in this ad hominem, setting the place on fire at christmas.

          “I feel that I have more right than many to voice an opinion about the political system and those who infest it.” -jjsanto

          And you call them elitist…but can’t prove a thing. Or offer solution. I need proof!

          Everything that you believed is coming down around you, and you find yourself finally waking up, at this age believing in what? Hell on earth, bitterness and hatred of others till you give up the ghost.

          Waking is a hard thing, the shock subsides though…

          • kelley elkins says:

            chill dude… I’m a ‘Nam vet… I too was raised believing this country was the best… it is total bs… i can only name two members recently of congress I would have voted for and neither of them ran… smart. This country can’t get much lower… there really isn’t any direction but up. Otherwise i have brothers and sisters in arms that will make a new difference. Does Trump have our back? I doubt it but certainly leaning more that way than hillery. I believe we as a nation are waking up to a new consciousness that may change everything (or not). The battle must be fought in the mind and heart not on the street… we desire a revolution in consciousness not a spit fight… so chill dude.

            • Michael Burns says:

              Chill dude?…not fuck you grandma for being a slanderous liar. Honour her for what..because she is the mother of another dumbass vet. Who over to play a video game out in his head and kill Iraqis or Afghanis. I’m supposed to respect you…why is that..cause you kill people because it’s fun slick.

              You think you deserve respect because you went over to some developing country and killed/or participated in the killing of some brown people I should acknowledge that kind of cheapo patriotism.

              I’m Irish and have I been awake since day one, slick…I saw your cheapo patriotic brothers and sisters come over to Belfast. You think I’ll respect you.  

              Your late to the argument…slick…so don’t tell me to chill, we are talking about uncalled-for -slanderous-bullshit by Grandma, without any facts, we talking about bitter hatred and cynicism for another reason, heaped on someone who is not involved in what she professes, regardless of proof.

              You think I care about any of it…I couldn’t care less if America folded up and fell of the end of the planet. 

              The chickens are coming home to roost, and it seems Trump is the messenger. 

              Make America great again, that’s a delusion in your own minds.

        • thsinger says:

          JJ Santo, I totally understand where you’re coming from. As much as it hurts to do so, I agree with what you have said. Trump is part of the quagmire, the establishment and he will operate from within it. I think more people have to wake up before we get anything near to the kind of leader we all secretly pine for deep in our hearts. From the outside looking in, I see this whole sorry mess as a kind of process that we have to go through to unravel centuries of human bondage at the hands of this ‘establishment’.. I say ‘this’ because this is a borderless group of extremely wealthy elite people who have set up these systems by which we all live by. We have put our blood, sweat & tears into these systems that do nothing but undermine us at every turn. Trump has played an important role in the awakening process because he has called certain things exactly what they are, (the media for example) and those with ears to hear have responded. This is a good thing, but I suspect it will be mainly business as usual after his inauguration with the chess pieces reconfigured.

    • dunc says:

      there seems to be an abundance of (whats).grand assumptions with zero continuity ,,it seems this is your opinion of trump? of the great indicators of the wake up is this simple premise..
      GUESS WHAT ? answer THATS WHAT! BUT WHY?? BECAUSE I SAID SOO.. the days where opinions cease to be facts…halalooya!!

    • rabbitnexus says:

      Since I have looked at everything said about this alleged obsession with his own daughter, I would have to say that it is EXTREMELY perverse to see such a thing. I do not in fact agree there are any such signs, it takes a very determined eye to see anything wrong in anything out of which you idiots make a number in this respect and I suggest it is similar to the case of all the clowns who think our prophet Muhammad had sex with a six year old. Actually there is nothing which suggests this yet it persists. Even less reason to suspect what you say, sorry sicko, you’re alone there, it is extremist and perverted and tells me you have an unhealthy obsession actually.

    • morris kaplan says:

      ah, the smoke and mirrors world of illusions is playing out in classic hollywood style.
      we are in trans! michael robinson obama, ivan trump, erica trump? we can no longer
      trust our 5 senses to inform us of what is real. and the sixth…has been usurped by
      the information provided by the 5th. on one hand we are watching the play of the teams
      in the national and international politburro ping pong. the league owners and players
      don’t want the season to end; everyone needs a ricebowl!
      the world owners who direct the powers that be…need their fleshbowl! we human chattel
      are one level of the farm production and are managed to a fairthewellfearthewell!
      any surprise to find human child flesh in the macdonald ‘meat’ processing plant?
      “heavy on one side…light on the other!” ie. focus on the material/mundane fills our conscious
      mind with various illusions and leaves little space for God Almighty, Yahshua ha Moshiach
      and the Holy Spirit. the history of human existence must be understood. evolution science,
      like climate science and globe earth is the program they have indoctrinated us with for
      500+ years. in pingpong the spins the most important thing! if me/we do not recognize
      the spin…chances are good, their spin will win. the bible complete with or without commentary
      is one of the best preparation manuals for the life and death struggle all souls are in.
      choose wisely.
      praise the lord Yahshua ha Moshiach our saviour…if we want him to be.
      damn satan to hell…for he has damned himself through his actions.
      no heaven, no hell? some may wish it were so but they know in their heart it is not!
      we all are receiving our reward now and will continue to do so in the future…
      that is the law of karma that is immutable and not off by a hair.
      wishing you a merry christmas!

      • rabbitnexus says:

        Agreed on all fronts. Flesh bowl indeed! Why I’ve become increasingly vegan oriented. Can’t complain if I’m doing the same thing now eh? Also any beings kind enough to offer me a ride off this rock (Got my thumb out as we speak) will preferably have vegetarianism as a requisite for travel. Not taking the chance of being on the menu. Out of the fire into the frying pan so to speak.

  4. JoAnn Dolberg says:

    President Elect, Donald J. Trump, has many right ideas for righting the wrongs we have caused for ourselves. However, no one man will be able to fix the entire American system unless his name is Jesus Christ. It would be a seriously good thing if American Christians would either re-new their own relationship with Him of at least begin to be interested in the power of the Word of God in their own lives. Donald Trump can do a lot of things, but America’s problem (in my opinion) is a spiritual one, and until we each, individually, straighten that issue up, the swamp will engulf us and drown us, regardless of Trump’s efforts. 1 Corinthians 15:3-4; 2 Chronicles 7:14.

  5. jjsanto1962 says:

    You know, Jon. I had an epiphany after rereading my post. You speak a lot about victimhood and how to stop being a victim, no?
    Well, believing that someone has our best interests at heart IS being a victim. I might have been a victim of the system at some point in my life but am no longer subject to such emotional and physical manipulations.

    All who believe that Trump is in their corner ARE playing the victim to the hilt.

    Did you, by any chance, Jon, create your own social infrastructure that is unrelated to the one we currently have? Do you own your own utility company? Financial Institution? Are you in control of any aspect of your life? Do you grow your own food? Do you create all of the things that you need to survive ( forget about thriving )?
    If you do not then you, too, are a potential victim of their social engineering. Everyone is that has no control over just the simplest of needs. Food being one of them.

    Being a victim means being slavish, ignorant and irresponsible. I was once two of those things and rectified that to the best of my abilities when the housing market was intentionally crashed.

    Even though I know the reality of those at the top and what they truly are I can imagine a world where such filthy animals do not exist. I can imagine a world where men and women can guide their own lives through self responsibility….if they only stopped placing all of that responsibility on their chosen ‘messiah’s’.

    Helen and Scott Nearing’s life’s work should be read by everyone who wants to know how to stop being a ‘victim’ to this social construct.
    They were some of the first victims to fall during the take over by the Zionist bankers.

    Imagine, that was over 80 years ago and not many of us have heard of Helen and Scott Nearing.

    Read ‘The Good Life’ if you want to know how to stop being a victim. Nothing else will suffice.

    • Michael Burns says:


      Ok jj you pissing in the pool. Take your statement, your manifesto of contempt fold it it four ways and shove it up your ass. Your the victimizer, you aim to upset an otherwise peaceful platform because mommy didn’t get in…do you have crayons? how about play doh?…do you have a safe place son. Somewhere were you can lay down and come to terms with those agressed feelings.

      I know it hard but we have to man up and see truth, rather stamp our feet, knee-jerk and yell at all the bystanders.

      Now you need to go away and think about what your wrote…remember “The internet never forgets”.
      Now when you have come to your senses come back, and talk about this intelligently.

      • Tribes_natturelaw says:

        This ‘pissing the pool’ belongs to you, burns. JJ has at least taken some personal responsibility and is doing things in real life, the last think this jj is doing is ‘safe space’ this person is posting hard fact, as said, easily searchable, but thanks to yes, the zionist factor soon the ‘internet’ will be more shut down than it is. You are doing what trolls do, you attack the messenger but have nothing of substance. You claim you don’t care about this terrirory the same time you attack jj’s post. Your rants are unhinged and useless, and, you don’t live here. Finally, you are not Jon, this isn’t your site, you don’t tell anyone to ‘go’ anywhere.

        For others, as to doing things, rather than sit doing nothing ‘watching’ as yet more ‘govt’ cons to do us in, and that is what Don is, a con, the best thing I’ve found to be doing something in real life is to put sites or links on notes with ‘copy pass on to others’ at the bottom and hand them out, so others can be informed and pass it on and we can do things ourselves. I include on mine info o nano chip chemtrails, can see aboutthesky on that, very heinous, and also zog info, and the fact the ‘consititution’ is a con and all paper ‘law’ is also. Search “No Treason” by lysander spooner, fourmilab has copy. They all like to hide that one, or tell you ‘what it means’ but not show the paper itself. Read it, copy save it. We are free to live by natural law instead, make our own small clans tribes whatever we want to call it. Take back the water, electric, everything they’ve conned away from we who did the work to build this territory. They can control big ‘groups’ that’s why they made bogus ‘religions’ and ‘govt’, fake ‘parties’ fake ‘activist’ groups etc – to control others, but the can’t control a million tribes of ten people. Fake ‘money’ is their con, and is the root of all they scheme. No fake money, no govt = self government and natural law. Using notes is a good way to inform, and meet people where you live. Don’t let useless eater parasites who deny or refuse to do anything get in your way, once you realize it only takes ten percent to make change, then you get on with finding others like yourself. Mutual support, handing out notes together and doing other things together. That’s how we do it. No ‘leaders’, every man woman leads themselves. Real life solutions. We need to stop them from killing the planet. They are killing everything, the bees, moths, trees, sealife, everything we need to live. Do something.

  6. Richard Browning says:

    The comments by jjsanto1962 are right on the mark. As a member of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth and someone who has recognized that Israel (and AIPAC) has taken over government, unless more people are willing to stand up and speak the truth we are going to continue down the road to destruction. While I agree with Jon that Trump kept Hillary Clinton out of the White House, which may have saved us from a fatal bullet, I am extremely disappointed with some of his nominees for high offices.

    For anyone wanting to know the truth regarding 9/11, I would invite you to read the booklet by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth titled “Beyond Misinformation”. This can be obtained by contacting our website:

    • Michael Burns says:

      @Richard Browning

      How many working, and certified Architects and Engineers do you really have?…fess up now tell the truth.

      How much money do you collect in a year to fund you activities?

      Are you a tax exempt society…would that be the correct word; society?

      And lastly what have you really gained since 911…and I am not talking about the independent research that A&E uses in their argument.

  7. will iam says:

    Its a tall order for one person wouldn’t you agree?

    If he achieves one thing however it may minimize the relevance of the others and that is…..”take steps to reduce those bastions of hope and change”.

    Change is the only constant, it has no relationship with hope. Why does the WE still insist it can change that fundamental truth?

    Self importance??
    Nobility???………expect more of the same then, just a different dressing on the same ol window.

    Hope is where individual power is gifted away because it has no degrees. YOU cant make it bigger because it does not exist in reality no matter how much WE try. The bastions of hope and change will always be there to remind ‘you’ of that however if that is what ‘you’ need, for ‘those’ need ‘you’ as well!

  8. Conny Lundberg says:

    Thank you, Jon, for an excellent article which is neither overly optimistic nor overly pessimistic about Donald! Whatever one may think about Donald, one thing is very clear, he has opened the door to straight talk about what is going on in the world and challenged the academic BS that is only a smoke screen for what actually is going on and that alone has made people around the whole world more hopeful about the possibility of changes of the corrupt political system that tie together the globalist agenda of a one world government and a fullblown slave planet!!! This alone has opened the door to exposure of the hidden shadow government and made folks enthusiastic about the possibility of a better world!:)

  9. muchmadness says:

    Excellent analysis by a pro, and since it has a bearing on “fake news” aka mainstream media, I’m reblogging it.

  10. floridaborne says:

    Excellent post. You ask questions and provide answers that every one of us need to consider.

  11. vince kemp says:

    If he makes progress on any of that long list you mentioned Jon he will end up dead. The last great president you had , JFK tried and look where it got him. Even Bill Gates said so in a convoluted way. I also think you have to look at who or rather where the long list of advisers etc he has appointed come from. Not really inspiring confidence, same as always, connected insiders. My gut feeling he is part of the shell game. Remember Obama was supposed to be this great hope and he said all the right things until the day he was sworn into office and then did pretty much the opposite.

    • From Quebec says:

      I also think you have to look at who or rather where the long list of advisers etc he has appointed come from. Not really inspiring confidence, same as always, connected insiders. My gut feeling he is part of the shell game. Remember Obama was supposed to be this great hope and he said all the right things until the day he was sworn into office and then did pretty much the opposite. Vince Kemp)


      If you do not understand Trump Cabinet nominations, then you don’t have any imagination. I think his picks are absolutely genious. Just wait and see.

      Also, about Obama, no one knew where he came from and who he was and what he ever accomplished.

      But, Everyone knows who Trump is. In fact, we know everything about him.

  12. John says:

    Donald Trump’s greatest legacy will be exposing the MSM for what they are, shills for globalism and the status quo. I take great joy in seeing these puppets for globalism cry like babies and fidget like cockroaches now that the light has been shined upon their sick and vile propaganda. No other candidate could have done what Trump has done. He had the balls to call out these scumbags and their Globalist masters for what they are.

    Whatever Donald Trump will be as a President remains to be seen. If Trump just does two things I will be happy, secure the border and cut the EPA’s budget by 90 percent. Open borders and the climate change cult are the two greatest dangers to freedom in this country. The globalists are using open borders and the climate change cult to take down the US.

    It is about time the people/drones wake up to this psychotic plan to destroy every fabric of America’s middle class and economy. Memo to the people/drones of society, get off your damn cell phones and wake up to what is happening to this country and the world.

    • A Smith says:

      I don’t know about the EPA. Sure, waste up the wazoo, but I live in the land of Wahoo, and this is what it used to be like…

  13. swo8 says:

    We can only hope that things will work out for the better. Thank you for your continuing insights, Jon and may you have a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year.

  14. A Smith says:

    Trump. can’t say it yet because he hasn’t done anything as POTUS, but the “story” being crafted reminds me of Teddy Roosevelt. Roosevelt was a trust buster so good at his job that he made Rockefeller richer by a factor of 10, or more. He also played the role of spoiler in 1912 to allow Wilson, the “handled globalist toady” (google Edward Mandell House) the presidency. That being said, TR did do some good for this country. It will be interesting to see what DJT does.

  15. From Quebec says:

    Jon Rappoport hosted the 4th hour of the Alex Jones Show today (December 22, 2016)

    Great Job Jon!

  16. Ultrawoman says:

    Donald Trump has called for the US to “greatly strengthen and expand” its nuclear capabilities.

    The president-elect, who takes office next month, said the US must take such action “until such time as the world comes to its senses regarding nukes”.

    His spokesman later said that he was referring to the need to prevent nuclear proliferation.

    Uhhh–What about this??? This can’t be good.

    He also appointed Dick Cheney to a staff position.

    This was an excellent article.

  17. Ann says:

    You can tell the Trump team how to make America great again.

    How about reintroducing “Scientific Methodology” into academia. Some folk in the medical area would love that, since they too are sick and tired of all the lies, like viruses exist, vaccines are great, cholesterol is bad, etc. It’s all nonsense. Demand the CDC proves the existence of any virus they are pushing, instead of showing us another stupid watercolor with ordinary cell particles. Germany has had such a law since Jan. 2000. Some doctors, dentists and ophthalmologists know that none of these viruses exist, yet can’t speak out about it. How about ending TV commercials on drugs, especially for non-existing diseases dreamed up by advertising agencies. The US amounts to less than 5% of the world population, yet requires access to 80% of the drugs produced. Maybe we could finally have some real scientists return to academia, the ones that understand that you have a right to make a claim, but always the burden of proof (scientific methodology), instead of asking people to take your word for it. We should clean up Big Food, Pharma and Med. Some of the numbers I’ve seen, indicate that 1 million Americans die each year from just meds.

  18. Theodore says:

    I love it when Trump pisses off the Billionaire Chinese Communists…

    “Beijing fires trade warning after Trump appoints China hawk…”

    “Chinese officials had hoped that, as a businessman, Trump would be open to negotiating deals,” said Zhu Ning, a finance professor at Tsinghua University in Beijing. “But they have been surprised by his decision to appoint such a hawk to a key post.”


  19. John says:

    Don’t forget The Jews owns and controls CBS,NBC,ABC,CNN,NPR and most of the newspapers here in America. If you think for one second the Jews are going let Trump have his own say in the media, you people are really dumb. Most of the people Trump has picked for his cabinet are all tied in with Bush,Clinton and Obama Military Industrial Complex. Trumps pick for Secretary of State was picked by Robert Gates and Condi Rice and the rest of the other Neocons from the past who were involved in the 9-11 planning with the help of the Israeli Government and the Mossad. You people have to wake up and take back your government. I also voted for Trump to keep Clinton out of the White House. The whole 9-11 was an inside job and the Pentagon was hit by a Tomahawk Missile. A family member was stationed at the Pentagon on the day of 9-11-2001 and he and a few other military people witnessed the event. Cold blooded murder by your own government and Trumps knows this and will do nothing about it.

    • Read & understood John.

      And can think of no real response to most of what you say. To part of it – many are awakening to this nightmare – however as to what can be done is a question without an answer as yet. (Ever?)

      Do you agree – a bit at least – that a draught of moving air is felt? Which is a change from the stagnation of the former administrations (plural & inline).

      May all blow up.there us so much dissension from ‘the losing competitors’ – but after ALL of the disgusting things that our former governments poured onto us – I, for one need to have this bit of breathing space; knowing it could be short lived.

      Best wishes.

    • icare2day says:

      This is exactly what disturbs me most are the people DT has chosen to surround him!
      Be vigilant!!

  20. Eduardo the Magnificent says:

    I said it, right here on this site, the day after the election: we have to hold Trump’s feet to the fire. We did our part getting him in there. He needs to realize he works for us now. He made an awful lot of promises. Personally, I don’t think he wants the embarrassment of being fired in 2020. But let’s not wait to find out. Never let him forget. Drain the swamp and build the wall if you desire your reputation, Mr. Trump.

  21. rbcadd says:


    No mention at all of the opportunity for Donald Trump to completely re-shape the Supreme Court, by replacing the fake liberal judicial activists with a majority of constitutionalist “strict construction” “original intent” justices, which would have tremendous positive and protective effects for decades and generations to come?

    How could you overlook that one?

    If that is the only thing Donald Trump accomplishes, his presidency could be called a resounding success.

  22. Jon, I can’t honestly say for sure what Trump will “Do” and nor can you.

    I can say that he’s said a lot and, whereas I rate YOUR integrity, I don’t rate his.

    The signs are not good right now.

    For instance, which of those promises to the people will he break first? Will he honour all that crazy stuff he was talking about? These politicians, once IN OFFICE, work off a different barometer. We’ve seen it before again and again. You don’t give an Olympian a medal until AFTER the race is OVER. The Trump term hasn’t run yet and already he’s been issued with 5 golds, 4 silvers, a couple of bronzes and an old boot for good measure.

    As for the neo-cons being “booted out”, I think that’s sheer fantasy; a wet dream. Trump’s key position selections, assuming they go ahead, are becoming more worrying by the minute. I see potential horrors lurking.

    Remember there are two brands of Globalism:

    a) Marxist-socialism

    b) Nationalistic-Fascism

    A popular Fascist leader was a German guy by the name of Adolph Hitler. Many may remember the legacy of his “final act”.

    I’m not going to “judge” Trump before his act begins, but I don’t share your confidence in him….by a long chalk.

    Best seasonal wishes

    • vince kemp says:

      Ozzie Thinker- Agreed – you said what I was trying to say but better. All I know is that I don’t know about Trump. Greetings from Perth WA all the best to all for this festive season.

    • icare2day says:


    • wjrevere says:

      You’re dead wrong about nationalism and Hitler.
      I wrote about him on my blog to dispel the lies from you and yours.

      • jeff says:

        “The truth is like poetry– And most people fucking hate poetry,” – supposedly overheard in a Washington D.C. bar by Michael Lewis, author of The Big Short

        They LOVE that WW2/hitler lie and will never let it go.

        They fucking hate freedom too when you get right down to it.

      • Your blog looks something like an anti-Zionist “truthers” empire *which is somewhat ironic as the truthers are pawns in the pharisaic agenda”.

        You need to look up the word “nationalism” (goyim are “nationals” BTW) and understand it’s many meanings before being critical. In a simple way, this article states the case

        As my empathy with “Zionism” (or gaol planet), I am its nemesis. I suggest you start with this article of mine BEFORE hurling an more accusations

        • wjrevere says:

          Bullshit. JOOS are scared to death of nationalism as they well should be. Their agenda is white genocide/ethnic displacement, which nationalism diametrically opposes

          • Sorry, bullshit back at you. The JOOS love Nationalism when they CONTROL it.

            Hey and guess what, clown, they do a pretty good job at it. Read your papers!

            • wjrevere says:

              Operative word WHEN They control it, which they never do or have, at least in recent memory. Spain, Italy, Germany, Japan. THEY Promote Globalism, NOT Nationalism as they fear a United, cohesive group of people. You HAVE To know this, or you belong reading a different blog than this..

            • Theodore says:

              …and, all within a universal equivalent of one great Big Hospital where the only modality is Harmaceuticals!

            • Oh dear, split hairs and split infinitives….

              You need to go back to school me laddie. Jon does a lot of work to promote critical thinking. So, as a for instance, you are saying all America’s wars (undeniably geared to benefiting “globalism”) have not been foddered by nationalist propaganda? All the efforts by Soros and others to fuel nationalism in the Middle east were “accidental”?

              If so, you are more stupid than I had initially calculated.

            • wjrevere says:

              Correct. nationalism was the natural response TO Marxism. Sadly, the USA sided with the Barxisrs in ww2. The other cjbtruvedvwars were fought over money and boundaries.

    • Terri says:

      What if what is important is that the people start to think, ask questions, have debates, like we do here? What if in initiating this dialogue as has happened, whether intentional or not, will serve the people more than anything, if they so choose. So many things have been exposed to those who were/are so ignorant. This allows space for change, and an opportunity for those to direct the change so it does good, not more harm.

      What if who is in the white house becomes irrelevant, because the people decide to remember they are in charge, and start from wherever they are to take back their power? The power of Words and the Imagination can not be underestimated or ignored any more without even more dire consequences.
      Ask and you shall receive is Law. Its up to each individual to become conscious in their asking and take responsibility for their world. How can each one of us make America great again (or your own country). Instead of asking what can Trump do for me? Its far more fruitful to ask What can I do to make this world better. That is a question worth thinking about.

      The people must become involved with their own lives as if their lives depend on it, because they do. Anyone who is aware has witnessed the poison and sickness that has overtaken this world, and it has escalated in the last decade. We now have a generation who thinks its normal. What will it take for this to rectify? What else is possible?
      How can it get better than this?

      I love the movie LOTR,it is very inspiring to me, and especially the two scenes in the lord of the rings when Frodo and Gandalf are speaking privately to each other. This wisdom is always something I return to when everything becomes too much, and then I begin again, to bear the burden of the ring I have been given to carry in this world, that is not so unlike middle earth. This is the level of courage all of us are being called to.

      • Terri, it is important to do less “asking” and more “taking responsibility” but, otherwise, noble words 🙂

        • Terri says:

          OT, the asking is taking responsibility for creating and receiving what you choose and doing so consciously. its a fundamental part of access consciousness, which has helped a lot of people clear much garbage out of their lives and return to who it belongs to the many beliefs that were never ours. The premise is that a question opens up our awareness and experience to infinite possibilities, and a statement closes us off and limits us to only those possibilities within the statement.To say what else is possible allows the possibilities of what we may not have thought of to happen. instead of saying how can it get any worse, which is what we are taught, far better to say how does it get better than this? i hope that clarifies what i said better! 🙂

          when using these tools and following thru with divinely inspired action, you become more aligned with All that Is and access the zero point or no mind which is the realm of the masters,and then become a master yourself. This creates what others, who do not know, call miracles.
          this, and many other tools have helped me immensely. i share this so others can try it out and allow themselves to have a better life than they can imagine.

          • Terri,

            Here I see the problem.

            You see for me “asking” is irrelevant. Imagine everyone was dumb and you had the fundamental choice of demonstrating through doing or not as the case may be. “Asking” is half way there, but actually not there at all. It’s like the Christian that “follows Jesus Christ” but never bothers to observe any of his teachings.

            I hit some problems over Christmas. You know, lost my job, no pay over the “holiday” (sic), got some other issues I can’t finance. In the spirit of the “giving season”, I put out there thinking one of two, how you say it, “asking”, Christians might put their hands in their pockets to help a Samaritan in need, donating for my book. Yeah, silly of me, I know.

            But you know what, I collected two “prayers”. The miserable fuckers had the gall to “big note” God for me as clearly I hadn’t been heard by his divineness. I’m too unimportant. They had the gall in “asking” Him for help when they were, under no circumstances, going to do ANYTHING.

            I am wondering whether I can sue people that fail to deliver their prayers for me. Can I say I “counted on your prayers. I got nothing. Now where’s my compensation”?

            Clear enough?

            Best seasonal wishes

    • Michael Burns says:


      Very good points…his election has done a lot to possibly wake the brain dead…but I’m with you completely.

      • Michael, I think election has transparently shown up the system for what it is this time. I never believed that was the point behind “2017” but, there you go, even I’m occasionally “wrong”.

        From here a big enough percentage of the population are “awake enough” to realise they have a simple choice: to comply or non-compliance. The gauntlet has been issued. I feel that Trump will be the last President given the opportunity to react to it. How he reacts will determine the fate of America and the rest of the World.

  23. George Tirebiter says:

    Jon, Come on now….you’ve got to know that Trump is in on the game…..since no one gets to this point unless they are approved by the puppet-masters.
    As you say, he may not actually be a puppet, but a willing participant….like the Clintons, and ‘Alt News’ folks like Alex Jones (a limited hangout), Breitbart, Drudge, Goodman, etc, etc.
    Haven’t you sniffed Jones out yet, or are you too interested in getting air time, like the shills in the MSM?
    Can’t you already see that trashing the MSM was part of the operation here, in order to drive the malcontents over to controlled opposition on the Internet, where user tracking is much easier.
    Can’t you already see that putting a foreign born homosexual, black muslim, with a tranny ‘wife’ in the White House, was a perfect choice in order to rope in the liberal contingency for 2 terms to advance the One World Order agenda, and to ultimately drive the ‘deplorables’ into the arms of a Reality TV bullshit artist for the next phase of their agenda?
    Anybody who didn’t see the cynicism of the puppet-masters when they shoved the actor Reagan in the White House, will have a tough time sniffing out this latest con artist.
    Could this describe a lot of the Trump voters?
    Fool me once……
    The whole game is hiding in plain sight.
    The country has been Trumped.
    You wouldn’t think you could make this shit up…but you’ve got to know that the puppet-masters are laughing their asses off on this one.

    • jjsanto1962 says:

      Brilliant assessment of what is actually transpiring before our very eyes.

      “You wouldn’t think you could make this shit up….but you’ve got to know that the puppet masters are laughing their asses off on this one.”

      This is what is so disturbing about the mentality of most Americans. They actually believe that those in this powerful cabal are so unorganized, so stupid that they depend on our input in social engineering.
      We have no say in any part of this system and it is better to own up to this reality so that we can really begin to make changes in our world.

      Dick Cheney has been identified as a child rapist by one of his victims, Cathy O’Brien, so it means that nothing will change. Donald seems to surround himself with child rapists. Jeffrey on the right, Dick on the left , so I can only imagine who he is “stuck in the middle” with.
      Pizzagate is one of the most horrendous and evil scandals to break and it lends credence to what Ms. O’Brien has reported. Cheney was a ‘fixture’ in the George Bush, Sr WH which was also implicated in the Franklin Scandal. It was found that young boys were brought from Nebraska to DC for drug and sex “parties”. Boys as young as 8 were sexually assaulted and tortured by these filthy degenerates.
      I would not think it a stretch to believe that these scandals, Pizzagate and Franklin, are all linked back to the same monsters. Very possibly James Alefantis is one of those little buggered boys of the Franklin Scandal? I am sure there are perks for some who keep their mouths shut about their abuse.
      Most of DC appears to be involved in child sex trafficking in some manner so I hold absolutely no confidence that the filthy swamp will be drained.

      Thanks for chiming in and sharing your thoughts, George. They were well worth reading.

      • Greg C. says:

        JJ and Tirebiter: You don’t just paint with a broad brush, you just pour the whole bucket of paint onto Trump and hope that it sticks. That’s typical of the hysteria we have seen post-election from the left. We’re tired of it. All of the rape allegations against Trump were exposed as phony from the get-go.

        I’m also sick of the view that the NWO “cabal” is super-intelligent, omnipotent, and invincible. It’s not a cabal – it’s right out in the open. They publish papers and resolutions that clearly document what they are after, and they really believe it is for the good of humanity. That alone tells me that they are not super-intelligent.

        • Terri says:

          I agree Greg, far better to be “happy than right”. why would anyone want to insist that the world is doomed? they are just like the wizard of oz, all smoke and mirrors who have no power which is why they need to harm others to feel good about themselves. Many of them are evil, but as always happens, evil always implodes on itself, some never learn. This is why I focus on the average person and the fact that they have the power, if they only develop the courage and heart to use it.
          the buddhists teach this is a hell world. but that doesnt mean we cant rise above it. We always have a choice, and if it wasnt for the capitulation of the masses, this would be a beautiful world. all that is going on is a wake up call and many are awakening than ever before.

          Unless we know trump personally, we can not know. I would far rather choose to believe in myself, than anyone else. I also will not agree that they are intelligent, invincible or superior. Its obvious they are not. They only have one card, and they play the same card over and over for the unconscious peasants. If they had real power or wisdom, they would have no need or desire to enslave others.

      • Michael Burns says:


        Come on now shut my big Irish mouth for good Grandma…and give me some proof of any of it…any kind of proof.

        Pizzagate…too funny. Prove it or shut up.

    • From Quebec says:

      I feel so sorry for you George Tirebiter
      Please come back in 4 years, so we get a good laugh

    • Michael Burns says:

      @ George Tirewanker

      Listen Shit for brains, can you prove this…it’s obvious your a Clintonista. And you came over here to raise shit cause momma got a spankin.

      With grandma jj follows with her “Brilliant assessment’, I know something is afoot…You people are like the plague…your like cockroaches under a rotten piece of wood. Disturb it and ya’ll come running out screamin foul.

      Anyways…..this is astounding. I have no love for Obama or his wife; but let us all in on how a twit like yourself got here…I mean logically take us through this Einstein.
      Show us the photos, or the medical data…show me any proof.

      Tirewanker is that a redneck white supremist name…too bad your not in front of me. I’d give ya the ole three stooges, two-finger in the eyes wake up.

      I think what you do is put everything you hate; black, homophobic, muslim into this expiration of gas that comes out of your mouth.

      So prove this, or any of what you spout

      “Can’t you already see that putting a foreign born homosexual, black muslim, with a tranny ‘wife’ in the White House, was a perfect choice in order to rope in the liberal contingency for 2 terms to advance the One World Order agenda, and to ultimately drive the ‘deplorables’ into the arms of a Reality TV bullshit artist for the next phase of their agenda?”

      …Did’nt think so…gas out of your ass. SFB’s

    • John says:

      you are smart! i thought all the Americans are stupids! so, it seams, there could be one or two smart as well.congratulation.thus one eyed man in the city of blinds is miracle!

  24. wjrevere says:

    Trump bought us time.
    If he does nothing but deport and build a wall we owe him gratitude. I think he’ll do far more than that.

  25. bob klinck says:

    I’m very glad to see you exploding the statisticians’ idiotic precept that a job is a job is a job. Let’s hope that Trump will perceive that there is a critical difference between work that builds up and work that tears down and that the latter sort currently constitutes an immense portion of the “employment statistics”.

    • John says:

      You mean like the great green economy in Europe, for every two jobs created by green energy, basically three other jobs just disappear. Not too mention the increase in utility billls, that is a “bonus.”

      Liberal economics and the climate change cult, they go well together.

  26. Helene says:

    presently reading “Hitch-22” Christopher Hitchens’ memoir; well, it is amazing. He was attacked by “the left” for taking some “right-wing” positions & time has shown so much of what he described observed experienced personally and analyzed is nearly 100% right on; the only reason it’s less than 100% is because he’s not around to experience the phenomenon of Wikileaks all the other leaks, Manning & Snowden & the other heroic whistleblowers, pizzagate Anonymous and so on. He did the best he could with the info he had at the time. IMO he has proved to be among the most astute of observers and commentators. And yes, he even suspected Bill Clinton was a CIA anti-Vietnam War informant at Oxford which we now know to be true, among the more minor of his heinous crimes against women and children, the USA and the world. I am very proud to say that while so many on “the left” were quick to condemn Hitchens for his stances on the Iraq Wars among others, I always gave him the benefit of the doubt. Among the many things I’ve learned this year is that “the left” and “the right” have little meaning any longer. It’s possible to hold all sorts of ideas and positions from differing “sides” simultaneously and attempts to categorize people one way or the other is no longer valid and a complete waste of time. In countries where there are Parliamentary democracies, people are expected to vote for their MPs and other elected officials based on what they think of them as individuals rather than what Party they may belong to. That is the ideal anyway. As for Trump, I will wait before I condemn or praise him. My hope is he goes after all the members of the Clinton Crime Syndicate especially those involved with child kidnapping/trafficking, raping/molesting/torturing/murdering children and blackmailing adults who are not otherwise willing participants in this sick enterprise.

  27. Bryce Rasmussen says:

    It seems JJ might be coming from the well known angle of the so-called puppet masters having absolute control. They do not. No such thing in the heavens or on earth exists. It’s an impossibility. I myself understood a simple thing upon election night – that the globalists, while not having absolute control, did, however, have a dangerous amount of control. And that a complete outsider, even within their ranks, did a once though impossible thing: he gave the people a ray of hope. The people of the world, because everybody was watching. It signaled a shift in the world of almost staggering proportions, a true change, unlike Obama’s fake change. The people, JJ, and other naysayers, the people are where to look. Not Trump, or his cabinet. The American people are waking up, and waking up tends to be somewhat painful, in the initial stages. But make no mistake, what has happened is happening on a global scale. The people are awakening. Looking to Trump to solve, or not solve, and trying to predict what he will or won’t do, ignores one’s own power.

    It aint about Trump, although he has done some brilliant things. Did you not notice how he did them? Very nearly biblical. Look to the people, gain strength from the people, ignore Trump – he is merely a gate opener. Our strength derives from us, and ourselves.

  28. A very good article. Donald Trump needs to talk to Ron Paul.

    Of course, Ron Paul should be the president. NOT Donald Trump.

    Unfortunately, Donald Trump is NOT going to talk to Ron Paul. He isn’t going to be some kind of Constitutionalist. It’s not going to happen. We’re lot better off from not having to deal with the neo-liberalism & neo-conservative disease of Bush/Clinton clans. But we’re NOT going to be restored to a Constitutional Republic (or true Representative Democracy).

  29. John says:

    Jon you have arrived, congratulations!! The George Soros algorithm “crowd” has arrived in full force over this holiday weekend and has taken over your site. More likely one computer geek masquerading under a “million” different names. “Trump is in on it, Alex Jones, Breitbart are all supposedly in on it.”

    The brain force, aka the globalists are so infallible and genius like, we have no chance. We are just to give up and accept the fact we can do nothing.

    These punks or should I say one punk who eventually mutates onto various social media sites, starts this BS no matter where you go nowadays. One paid Soros geek who wants us to believe there are more than one, patting “each other” on the back for comments. I have seen this game played on numerous sites. Create the illusion that hope no longer exists, promote the left wing propaganda incessantly and just expect people to give up. Seriously, the paid Soros propagandists need a new gig. They don’t realize it but people have woken up to this bull crap that has been going on for the last ten years or so on social media.

    Jon, keep writing and expressing your opinion, the Soros scumbags will soon have no job. These social media geeks will actually have to go out and do some real work in the coming year.

    Such soulless vile creatures they are. Illusion, propaganda, algorithms, social media. Fake, fake, fake, fake.

  30. John Smeresky says:

    While I hope you are wrong about some things you believe may happen I give this article a big thumbs up. I just hope he can stay alive long enough to make most of what you predicted may happen, can be revealed. Best wishes,

  31. nwqfk says:

    The oligarchical establishment will always put a controlled right or left puppet in as a US leader, and it was not very hard to calculate that in 2016, these same controllers would put forth a ‘republican’ (right establishment) to move the agenda forward.

    In 2012, I simply reverse engineered the Obama deception, and I actually predicted every aspect of the 2016 campaign with a candidate just like Trump being presented as the ‘false savior’ to the liberty / pro constitution / american movement. I also understood (back in 2008) that the globalists would never allow Hillary access to the white house and that she would never get elected no matter how much BS the corporate media put out to the contrary.

    I am in the process of writing my thesis ‘The Trump Deception’ which takes the reader back to the late 1980’s to the present. My hope is that it will allow people to see that the right / left paradigm work separately, yet together as one, moving the globalist agenda forward.

    The corporate media will continue it’s, “don’t throw me in the briar patch” operation as Trump moves the globalist agenda forward. It should be an obvious red flag that this ‘Fake News’ legislation is being timed, rather conveniently, just before Trump takes the reins. How will ‘true’ organic alternative media get the word out on how Donald Trump is going against every principal that got him elected if these ultra police state censoring laws are past?

    I will leave you with this little nugget on how the globalist / neocon machine financed the Trump campaign clandestinely through the #NEVERTRUMP money bomb misdirection operation.

  32. Terri says:

    nwqfk, interesting point of view. when the people who claim to be true patriots walk their talk,it shall not matter who is in the white house.. for in our constitutional republic, it is the people who are sovereign and have all the power and our public servants must be reminded of and held to their oath legally and lawfully. its is the duty and responsibility of every American to educate themselves and exercise their inherent rights. when they refuse to do so, they are the ones who are ultimately responsible for lawlessness and the demise of our republic, not the idiots who take advantage of them.

  33. William Zabel says:

    Forget Trump, this country is done. It does not matter if he is sincere or a shill for the NWO, we are almost twenty trillion dollars in debt, a wrecked economy, millions of illegals who have no intention of going anywhere, federal, state, and local government corruption beyond anything a third world peasant can imagine, and Trump is going to fix things? […]

  34. JOHNNY Baldor says:

    Very good article!!!

    At least,you are honest to doubt donald will do any good for USA
    and the Americans. I agree with you!

    May I point out that donald TRUMP (original jewish family name
    is DRUMPF) is another marrano jew– ,also known as a


    Would anyone in his sane mind expect a member of the jewish
    tribe to put America and Americans ahead of israel –the wprst
    enemy the free People of the USA ever had?

    Expect donald to keep sacrificing American lives to serve the
    evil zionist jews — actually, it is harder and harder to find any good,
    honest jew. The very few ones left are TOO afraid of the evil zionist
    jews and prefer to keep quiet in order to survive.and avoid being persecuted by their own people.

    Keep posting your very good and thought-provoking


    • elliottjab says:

      Jon’s been posting one to three (+/-) per day on this site since 2001 – he’s objective as you alluded, and not about to quit; thankfully.

      Your comments regarding Trump – very interesting. Will research this also. Thank you.

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