Healthcare bill defeated: the world ends

Healthcare insurance scheme bill defeated


by Jon Rappoport

March 26, 2017

Reuters: “In the past few years, the House has voted more than 60 times to repeal or alter Obamacare, but Republicans had no hope a repeal would become law as long as Obama was president and could veto their bills.”

But now that the new version of national health insurance has failed to pass in Congress ONCE, well, according to press accounts, obviously the world is over. Mountains are falling into the sea. An asteroid just struck the Pacific Ocean. And oh yes, Trump is finished.

On top of the world ending, there is this: no one seems to know exactly what is in the new bill that just failed; Congress had to pass it to read it.


This lunacy is one of a string of lunacies since Trump was elected. If you believe the press, his reign has already ended a hundred times. It ended when somebody said somebody else had proof Trump desecrated a hotel room in Russia where Obama once stayed. It ended when Michael Flynn talked to a Russian on the phone. It ended when Trump allowed a few non-mainstream reporters into press conferences, and it ended when he excluded a few mainstream reporters from a press gaggle. It ended when a judge, ruling on behalf of all America, decided Trump’s EO limiting immigration should be temporarily suspended. It ended when the CIA implied Trump was a Russian agent. It ended when somebody on The View said he should be impeached.

Of course, it had already ended, during the campaign, when George Clooney said Trump would never become president, and when Alec Baldwin said he hated Trump. It ended when Hillary “won” the first debate.

Since the attention span of half of America is about as long as a kitten’s, all beginnings and endings must happen very quickly. There is no time to waste.

“Isn’t Hillary the president now? Didn’t we already have another election? Isn’t Trump in prison? Hasn’t global warming taken away the coastline of America?”

Trump must be out of the White House by now and in handcuffs, because Twitter has had a hundred thousand tweets demanding it. The final judgement.

Newspapers and broadcast networks are fighting over who can assess Congress’ failure to pass a new healthcare bill as the greatest possible humiliation for Trump.

Other reasons why Trump is toast: James Comey, head of the FBI, came to the White House to talk to Trump, for reasons as yet unclear. Trump’s wife didn’t immediately move into the White House after the inauguration. Trump shuttles between the Oval office and Trump Towers. Rioters smashed cars, lit fires, and threw rocks through store windows in Berkeley. Mexican officials say they won’t pay for The Wall. Trump hasn’t yet brought five million new jobs back to America. He hasn’t cut taxes yet. The stock market, riding on new highs, dipped in the last few days.

The press isn’t pounding on Trump’s new Goldman Sachs appointees in his administration—which would be real reason to worry. They aren’t pounding on his failure to bring any American troops home from overseas. They aren’t pounding on his plan to gut environmental safety rules to protect genuine corporate polluters. They aren’t pounding on his plan to speed up FDA approval of new (toxic) drugs.

And of course, they express no joy at his proposed budget, which would slash US funds for that diabolical self-styled world government on the East Side of Manhattan, the United Nations; which would slash even more billions doled out to those self-styled princes of medicine at the National Institutes of Health, where the vaunted (toxic) War on Cancer has been failing for decades. Nor is there a scintilla of support for his possible investigation of vaccine safety.

But mixed bags aren’t permitted. Trump must either be the messiah or the devil, after two months in office.

We must already decide to what precise degree he is a Nationalist, a Globalist, or a neocon. The word must be final.

As I’ve pointed out on these pages, I admire Trump for three reasons: Hillary Clinton, arch-Globalist and destroyer of Libya, isn’t president; Trump is relentless in attacking fake-news mainstream media; and whether sincere or not, his anti-Globalist message has awakened untold numbers of people to the fact that the enemy is trying to destroy this country and fold it into a single planetary management system.

Other than that, everything is up for grabs.

Many months ago, I said he should establish his own avenue of direct communication with the American people, via the Web (see also this from Robert Steele, here), where he makes several reports a week on the content and progress of his agenda; and where he can receive feedback from the people who elected him. So far, there is no sign of that happening. It’s a major mistake. If he is going to circumvent the media who are trying to destroy him at every turn, he needs to talk often to those millions who want genuine freedom and prosperity. If he’s going to dump the media, DUMP THEM.

If Trump is going to be an embattled president as long as he’s in the White House, then he should take the battle all the way. That’s a rule. If you’re going to go up against the establishment and the Deep State (and not just pretend you are), then GO. Don’t hold back. If that means you fail to pass one significant piece of legislation, if that means your whole agenda falls flat, so be it. Explain why it’s falling flat. Tell the American people who is trying to stop it. Name names. Report frequently and in detail what is happening in The Swamp.

The people who desire freedom and prosperity for America; who are sick and tired of foreign wars and endless enemies; who want to smash Rockefeller “free trade”; who know the system is rigged; who know the military-industrial complex is a mad leech sucking on the soul of America; who never wanted collectivism; who believe in striving for what they earn; who refuse to embrace psychotic political correctness; who want to limit immigration because they see its effects; who know wide open borders isn’t a utopian “share-and-care” policy, but instead is a grand Globalist deception meant to sow chaos within our borders, making it easier to incorporate the US under “international governance”; who know banksters (including the private Federal Reserve) are stealing us blind; who know climate change is pseudoscience intended to choke off national energy production and torpedo the economy; who, yes, want to stop egregious corporate polluters from getting away with murder—all these people want a president who is on their side and will go the distance, who will keep them informed every step of the way, who will invent his own media outlet to do it…

Note to Trump: There is a difference between appointing an administration filled with people who know how the inside game is played, and surrounding yourself with people who fully intend to keep playing that game.

Washington DC is not just a swamp. It’s a den of obstructionists and parasites and thieves and liars and traitors and killers who have risen up through the ranks and guard their positions with venomous determination. What America has become is of no concern to them. They already live in a world of crime. An underworld. They are satisfied to be there. It’s what they fervently want.

Dislodging all THAT is a voyage of a lifetime. Many lifetimes.

Overcoming THAT is an enterprise of extreme radicalism.

The more radical (and thus honorable) a president can be, even if he fails to plant one definitive flag of policy-victory during his tenure, because of his enemies, the greater the chance of ultimate victory.

Victory would require a string of radical presidents, and a population willing and eager to support them. Nothing less.

The people who rallied behind Trump want something more than a few wins on the scoreboard.

Many of those people once rallied behind another man, Ron Paul, who is far more radical than Trump. They rallied behind Paul in great numbers, and the media giants cut him off at the knees and excluded him from having a voice, once it became apparent how far he wanted to go.

The word “radical” comes from the Latin, meaning “root.” As in championing the root of life, which is liberty. As in digging up the root of corruption and destroying it.

This goes beyond the art of the deal. It goes beyond clever maneuvering.

The people who are truly for freedom and prosperity and honor must understand THEY themselves are the driving force, whether the man in the White House is with them all the way or not.

That movement must not end.


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Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

35 comments on “Healthcare bill defeated: the world ends

  1. Oliver K. Manuel says:


  2. George says:

    “Washington DC is not just a swamp……..”
    Jon is describing the “Iron Law of Oligarchy” and is spot on.

    The “iron law of oligarchy” states that all forms of organization, regardless of how democratic they may be at the start, will eventually and inevitably develop oligarchic tendencies, thus making true democracy practically and theoretically impossible, especially in large groups and complex organizations.
    Iron law of oligarchy – Wikipedia

    The iron law of oligarchy is a political theory, first developed by the German sociologist Robert Michels in his 1911 book, Political Parties. It claims that rule by an elite, or oligarchy, is inevitable as an “iron law” within any democratic organization as part of the “tactical and technical necessities” of organization.

    According to Michels all organizations eventually come to be run by a “leadership class”, who often function as paid administrators, executives, spokespersons, political strategists, organizers, etc. for the organization. Far from being “servants of the masses”, Michels argues this “leadership class,” rather than the organization’s membership, will inevitably grow to dominate the organization’s power structures.

    By controlling who has access to information, those in power can centralize their power successfully, often with little accountability, due to the apathy, indifference and non-participation most rank-and-file members have in relation to their organization’s decision-making processes.

    Michels argues that democratic attempts to hold leadership positions accountable are prone to fail, since with power comes the ability to reward loyalty, the ability to control information about the organization, and the ability to control what procedures the organization follows when making decisions. All of these mechanisms can be used to strongly influence the outcome of any decisions made ‘democratically’ by members.

    Michels stated that the official goal of representative democracy of eliminating elite rule was impossible, that representative democracy is a façade legitimizing the rule of a particular elite, and that elite rule, which he refers to as oligarchy, is inevitable. Later Michels migrated to Italy and joined Benito Mussolini’s Fascist Party, as he believed this was the next legitimate step of modern societies.

    The thesis became popular once more in post-war America with the publication of Union Democracy: The Internal Politics of the International Typographical Union (1956) and during the red scare brought about by McCarthyism.

    As a note the “Iron Law of Oligarchy” became a tenant of Benito Mussolini’s Fascist Party.

    • Terri says:

      This is why democracy doesn’t work and America was founded as a Constitutional Republic. They are Not the same thing. It also requires the people to take responsibility and not give their power away and revel in whiny victim hood. That is why the oligarchy rules, because the common people remain common. There can be no dictators without those who identify as victims.

      The leaders of the oligarchy like to think they are superior, but they only appear superior because the average human is so so inferior.

  3. Gadsden Gurl says:

    We can only hope that Trump and his liberal, globalist, elitist, illuminati agenda is defeated and done for and that he will soon be impeached for his crimes… Then he can go to some island with the Rockefellers and Rothschilds to whom he owes billions and continue to abuse children.

  4. David Crowe says:

    But what was the purpose of the AHCA? A vicious racist attack on Obama’s legacy? The result of the ‘party of no’ being cornered. A vicious attack on poor people, denying them health care so that taxes could be lowered on the rich? Explain what was in the bill that was actually going to increase access to healthcare for a single person?

    • Michael says:

      Choice! Doctors who actually except a government health plan.

      A cure for collapsing Obamacare.

      Fair and appropriate care…do old people need maturnity care.
      Do young people need prostate an hip replacement.

      • Alan C says:

        Are they replacing prostates now??

      • Norm says:

        Are you serious? Do you understand how insurance works? What good is choice if you can’t pay for it. Some of you guys here need to get real. Trump is pushing a bill he didn’t read and does not understand and I don’t see the outrage?

        There is NO intent in Wash to get the cost of healthcare down, as people are being gouged to death by the medical mafia….yet all I see is partisan claptrap here. No wonder things can’t improve. Switch on your brains, people.

    • betty says:

      I guess you didn’t get the memo that the Democrats and Republicans are working together, true the republicans did not vote for the ACA but they have funded it all the way. One day maybe your eyes will be opened to the horrific results of our modern medical care.

      • Larry says:

        Right on, betty …in truth there is no “loyal opposition”, no forces on opposing sides of the aisle battling it out fighting the good fight…the aisle itself is merely a piece of expensive carpeting. It’s all a dog and pony show and our role has been to play the RUBES: helpless, hapless and hopeless.

        Our political system has devolved to become a commodity FOR SALE to the highest bidder.

        I suppose our only consolation is that we have the best politicians that money can buy.

        Wait a minute ….shit.

  5. John says:

    I think this is the best thing you have ever written since I have been coming here over the last six months or so.

    The establishment is finally getting some punches thrown in their faces. They don’t like it much, so they have to keep preaching the world is about to end. These scumbags are not going to stop this liberty movement. Just a matter of time before the dam breaks here in the US and freedom of thought reigns free again.

    If there was any time to take down these self-absorbed liberal utopian freaks, the time is now. We can not let up, their lies and propaganda need to be mocked incessantly. They are the big joke and they are too arrogant and narcissistic to realize this.

    We are not looking for heaven on earth, just reality. So the freaks can keep on inventing false narratives of doom and division. It isn’t going to work anymore. Anybody worth waking up is now awoken and will continue to battle these anti-humanity, anti-free speech, fascist nazi, liberal global pukes.

    • Neal Schwartz says:

      Love your comment. Can I plagiarize it to my personal friends? I also agree with you on the article as written.

  6. betty says:

    IMO the most important thing they can do is eliminate the individual mandate. No one should be forced to pay for or participate in our crazy and dangerous health care system.

    • Terri says:

      betty, the whole health care farce is unlawful and illegal. It is not listed amongst the limited delegated powers given to the government by the people, therefore its unconstitutional and null, void and without effect.
      If the people educated themselves they would address this lawfully and none of this would be happening.

  7. MrDuncmck says:

    Plain and sweet..Betty nailed it!!

  8. Aron says:

    If only…

    Well, if more and more people start reading your blog and viewing videos from our guy Jordan B Peterson up here in Canada, logic would dictate a course correction is possible.

  9. From Quebec says:

    What The Democrats Don’t Want You To Know About The Obamacare Repeal

  10. Larry says:

    HEAR, HEAR, JON!!!

  11. elliottjab says:

    Thanks Jon. Again – any comments – some may add – a few attempt to detract. But your assessment of current issues are truth to the core of matters.

    Still on the side of the mesa in NM.

  12. himagain says:

    @Jon is describing the “Iron Law of Oligarchy” and is spot on.
    Every adult (persons over 25) needs to read this book/paper: Robert Michels in his 1911 book, for what it really was: a Howto for the Germanic future. (Excluding females – they already know).
    So, is there any hope for us?
    Yes, the simple “Alchemists’ Choice”: ALWAYS do the right thing…. for YOU and yours. Which includes reading Michels to understand Reality and THE Plan and not just read, but pass on the information/analyses that Jon Rappaport spends 28 hours a day 28/8/366 hunting.
    Then get outta town….

  13. I hope Trump learned not to run with the RINO herd.

    • Norm says:

      What has Trump to benefit anyone but himself and his paymaster?

      I mean, really people….he is the most flawed “messiah”, I have ever seen. He was useful to get rid of Hillary, now we ned to get rid of him. Both abominable.

  14. Joe Nieroski says:

    Didn’t they need to pass this bill in order to know what was in it?

  15. will iam says:

    !!!”The press isn’t pounding on Trump’s new Goldman Sachs appointees in his administration.”!!!

    If any press is ‘”real” in its diligence and fortitude that little gem speaks volumes, and its not being widely known in the main stream is likely all any one needs to know about the new prez and the new and improving press!

    That is real news, the rest is all fancy footwork to keep ones eye off the ball.

  16. S. Englert says:

    Clear thinking and clear writing.Thanks Jon! I needed that.

  17. They say that when you have nothing to say it is best to resort to blame, Jon.

    I saw a lot of “pro-Clinton” talk in the lead up to the election. Much was not a celebration of crowning achievements, rather slanderous attacks on “the other side”.

    Trump’s goodwill amongst the masses is slipping. People are feeling and saying, his backbone doesn’t support his banter.

    This was going to be a difficult presidency. That doesn’t negate blame.


    P.S. now old “hell water’s” dead, WHAT’S CHANGED?

  18. bob klinck says:

    You refer to Trump’s “reign”. Surely a more ‘American’ term would be appropriate?

  19. all absurd all the time says:

    The evil Vlad Putin had elite Russian hackers Boris and Natasha hack the brains of the congress members.
    The plan was concocted at the North American KGB headquarters aka Trump Tower.
    Elite hacker guru Bond villain Rasputin was seen laughing with Krazy Ivan as they slammed vodka shots until they fell over.

  20. I largely agree with most of this post, except — “… climate change is pseudoscience ”

    This is an ignorant comment to say the least.


  21. Norm says:

    I fail to see how Trump is the hero of this or any piece…Just the leader of a new/emerging crony wannabe elite. From the frying pan, into the fire. No better herring, no better barrel.

  22. Mr Darcy says:

    DEAR GOD! What an article! Yee-HAW! Made me want to stand up and cheer!

  23. MB says:

    Exactly, FDR had his fireside chats.
    D’s got a bully pulpit now if he wants it and it ain’t Twitter. The Repugs in the past have failed to articulate their programs and we don’t need a repeat.

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