The political movie projected on the screen of the subconscious

The political movie projected on the screen of the subconscious

by Jon Rappoport

March 28, 2017

This article has to do with people who pick a political side or candidate and refuse to budge an inch, no matter how much troubling evidence is presented to them.

Their filter is firmly in place.

They have a vague impression of a politician—but vagueness is not an indicator of weakness. In this case, vague is mighty and powerful and immovable.

Such people feel an attachment, which they adore. The politician reflects back to them a belief they already hold. That belief, too, is vague. For example, “We must be kind to everyone.” But again, the vagueness is not a weakness. It is unshakable. Can the believer consider evidence that, in a particular situation, kindness is inappropriate or wrong? No. Never.

Based on a vague impression of a politician, and a vague belief, the person will go to his grave and beyond, gripping his attachment to both politician and belief. The entire power of the universe, focused on him, wouldn’t alter his stance.

“But you see, your candidate was instrumental in launching an unnecessary war that killed a hundred thousand people and turned a country into a hell hole, and here are the specifics…”

“Doesn’t matter. A few mistakes may have been made along the way…”

It’s vague, it’s forever, it’s adoration, it’s love. Or a perfect imitation.

“Do you see that giant rock sitting on top of the hill above our village? It’s getting ready to fall. Let me show you some video and measurements.”

“I always loved that rock. It looks like a heart. Have you ever noticed? Don’t you dare try to split it in half or disturb it! When I was a child, I used to sing a song about The Granite King. We’d sit around the fire and roast marshmallows…”

It’s as if the person’s eyesight is becoming hazier as time passes, and yet his belief and attachment are gaining in strength.

“I’ve got my perception-filter, and I’m seeing everything through it, and I never put the filter aside and look at things as they are. Now, what was it you wanted to discuss?”

Of course, most politicians and their handlers capitalize on this hazy crazy psychological condition. Their prime goal is to impart a vague impression to the constituency. Why bother to strive for more?

George Bush the Elder spoke of a “kinder, gentler” society. Bill Clinton said, “I feel your pain.” These are rational political positions in the same way that the Rockefellers are, first and foremost, philanthropists.

Once a person’s perception-filter is fixed in place, he can be whipsawed without let-up. His candidate is good and glorious, and the other candidate is a monster. No facts necessary.

Evidence? Never heard of it.

One side endlessly good; the other side endlessly evil.

Even if that proposition were true, it wouldn’t matter. What matters is how perception can be managed.

Now we’re talking about real triggering. Actual Pavlovian stimulus-response. The mere mention of the “monster’s” name or a cartoon of his face or a quote from him about the weather is sufficient to set off a foaming drool of rage.

Is this externally induced programming? Yes. But at a deeper level, the person is shaping his own response. He’s the author. He’s installing the conditioning.

And at a high enough perch of power, the opportunities are abundant. “We can set both sides against each other and provoke warfare. We can make the most ridiculous claims and feed them to the rabid dogs…”

Again, the degree to which one politician or the other is a monster or a proponent of virtuous progress is irrelevant. The divide-and-provoke-and-conquer operation is all that matters to controllers who are running the op.

Then there is this factor: the all-important initiation of an adrenaline reaction.

When people become tuned to that feeling, they seek it out. This is what they want. If a situation isn’t fight or flight, they’re not interested. They yawn and turn away.

“Where’s the action? I need the action.”

“I don’t want to see a movie. I want to see a movie with fifty titanic explosions and bodies strewn on the street and buildings collapsing. And there’d better be athletic sex, too. And the hero has to experience at least ten close calls. I’m talking imminent death.”

Linking adrenaline surges to politics is vital.

“Supporting my candidate has to feel like love dangerously poised on the edge of a cliff, and the other candidate has to have a live nuclear bomb in his hand. That’s the movie I want to watch. I want to be inside that movie…”

The mere suggestion that one candidate might have a small flaw, while the other candidate is not quite Satan incarnate in every aspect, ruins the show. It dampens the hormonal rush.

“Who wrote that script? Give me my money back.”

Politics must be a movie projected on the screen of the subconscious. It must enter that territory unimpeded. Once there, it must take root and give birth to uncontrollable impulses.

Movie studios and high-level political manipulators are looking for this sweet spot. It’s cash and psychological payoffs and lines around the block.

“Look, we want love versus hate in this script. But it has to be ramped up to a fever pitch. No holds barred. We have to make the evil feel like EVIL, and the good feel like GOOD. At the same time, the hero and villain have to seem real. The audience has to experience being in their shoes and pants and underwear. We’re spending three hundred million on this piece of dreck, and it has to work…”

If the movie-studio gods can make half the audience root for the hero and the other half root for the villain, that’s pure gold. If they can provoke serious animosity between viewers, THEY CAN DEGRADE THE WHOLE NATURE OF THE ENTERPRISE and, when we’re talking about politics, that’s exactly what they’re shooting for.

“We can pit people against people and create a stalemate, where very little gets done—except the provocation of conflict. Then we’re home. Everyone sinks lower into a stimulation-response universe. We own that universe. We built it.”

Yes, they did, and they do. Ushering people into it makes it easier to control both sides and ultimately lower an apolitical boom on their heads. Otherwise known as erasing freedom.

“Political policy? Ideals? We don’t have that kind of agenda. The only agenda we have is installing chains around the mind.”

Achieving this goal, in the current American political landscape, only requires a quick inventory of: ratings. Where was the real heat? Where were the real numbers? Why, of course, it was during the campaign leading up to the election. Everybody was tuned in. Therefore, the campaign must never end. We must return to that time. Trump must never be president, and Hillary must never go away. Her shadowy presence and symbolic value—and surrogates—must persist. Thus, the endless challenge to Trump’s legitimacy. He didn’t win. The election was fixed. Perfect. That throws us into the furnace. Again.

Let us return to those days of yore, when families split apart, when the dire flow of energy and desire and vague impression and eternal attachment were King. That’s where we have to build the flames. That’s the subconscious target.

That’s the bulls-eye.

The mind.

Issues and scandals are gasoline pumped into the conflagration.

THIS person’s subconscious will veer THAT way, and THAT person’s subconscious will veer THIS way.

Those people who can see and argue actual evidence will be swallowed up in the noise and the roar.

The movie is called Degradation.

The box office is sensational.

It’s surround-sound and holographic.

Move past partisan payoffs to understand such a strategy. Even move past divide and conquer. The purpose, intent, and objective is eventual mental, emotional, hormonal, and energetic exhaustion.

The whole movie is a trap. The ending, if it ever comes, creates profound passivity in the mind.

Therefore, stepping outside the theater is an absolute necessity.

It’s the first move toward clarity.

And actual choice.

Exit From the Matrix

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

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.

11 comments on “The political movie projected on the screen of the subconscious

  1. kt1111 says:

    So true, as I know from personal experience with my family and co-workers – I don’t even bother to argue with anyone anymore, logic just doesn’t even start to sink in and it’s a waste of energy unfortunately. I sure hope that the big cosmic event that’s expected might be able to shake things up, because right now there’s no getting through. Great article though, you must get pretty depressed at times being a lonely voice of reason! 😉

  2. Fabulous title! Is that not the whole 9/11 illusion brilliantly encapsulated? Read it again: “The political movie projected on the screen of the subconscious”. That my friends is a perfect summary of the deceit of that day, and, of course, a cipher.

  3. Joseph Doud (@josephdoud) says:

    Brain Computer Interface (BCI) from 2011. Given a wireless receiver, how will you stop an autonomous AI in the cloud or some other system of governance from wirelessly broadcasting into your field of vision, from controlling your reality? Each year, such “prostheses” are further miniaturized. The target size is the size of a red blood cell — even smaller. When considering brain computer interfaces, think in terms of brain channels, like the trigeminal nerve complex, not billions of neuronal bursts; think in terms of mental and motor imagery and mathematical transforms.

  4. From Quebec says:

    Jon, it very nice of you to advertise Infowars health products. Especially that they are so great and do work. I buy a different product every month. I have tried many and was never deceived

    It is so infuriating what AdRoll did to Alex Jones.

    The advertiser sent a vaguely-worded email to the Infowars legal department saying it was ending its ad campaign in part because “all political content should focus on the merits of the candidate,” implying that corrupt, establishment candidates such as Hillary Clinton should be showered with praise and her scandals ignored.

    That shuts down the way the self fund themselves.

    Infowars wonders if: Will AdRoll likewise ban ads from appearing on mainstream media sites that constantly attack President Trump?

  5. RunProgram says:

    Obviously, you’re not talking about my candidate. He’s not like those other candidates. He’s …

  6. Excellent article, Jon.

    People use the word “love”, but they really mean “wilful infatuation”. That’s why reality has turned into a grotesque picture postcard – two dimensional and fake.

    I see it, you see it….does any else see it?


    • Larry says:

      Ozzie Thinker – I believe that tens of MILLIONS of folks across the planet are waking up from the fairytale that is daily spun out via the ubiquitous mainstream media.

      They may not be able to quite articulate their inchoate intuitions/hunches/feelings with the clarity and precision they’d prefer, but they are definitely waking up from the somnabulence induced by the Deep State.

      • That’s the problem, Larry.

        You have two types of people that “wake up”:

        They are the “yawners” and the “fighters”.

        If the fighters have woken up, where are they? The “big mouth” doesn’t rule when not in power. I have been faithfully standing by for “call up” by revolutionaries, but the more draconian the law rulings, the more pitifully compliant is the response. Holus bolus.

        Currently the world revolves around “next man” syndrome. Next man’s gonna do it, ‘cept it turns out next man was the same as the last one.

  7. Steven says:

    Jon, you are spot on.

    A friend of mine and I have been at war
    since the presidential election
    because his candidate lost.

    It wasn’t that my candidate won.

    It’s that Mr. Trump is the devil himself to him
    And I too, sound too much like the devil.

    I did not vote for the female candidate.
    There was, once again, no one to vote for.

    I ask, how can you know so much
    that is evil about someone you have
    never met and do not know…?
    What is your source of information…?

    My friend has a timer on his I-phone that
    tells him when the main stream news is
    coming on….and he is religious about tuning in.

    I have not watched the news in years.
    I’ve said there is something poisoning
    this country to cause good people who
    agree on 98% of things, to draw lines
    and fight.

    I have a feeling I am not alone.

    How will this craziness finally come to an end.

    • artemisix says:

      i have a friend like that too…. except she WANTS TO HATE RUSSIA and Assad SO BAD, so i think it can work for love and, like Orwell said —- 15 minuets of hate….i suppose differing persons focus on a different emotion more. It is the MSM that poisons people…..a sweet little old lady who watches like religion.

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