Medical propaganda headlines for gullible minds

Medical propaganda headlines for gullible minds

Warning: don’t use common sense in judging medical pronouncements. You’ll lapse from The Holy Order of Mystical Research.

by Jon Rappoport

May 24, 2017

Medical public-relations people keep a steady stream of stories flowing to the press, day after day.

Aside from filling space, their main function is to assure the public that “advances are always being made” and “good things are right around the corner.” It’s much better, for example, than, “Well, this month we didn’t discover a single important datum. Here’s hoping for better luck in June.”

A brief examination of medical-story headlines reveals that these stories are lacking in a little thing called reality; or they announce something so obvious it hardly merits mention, much less a full-blown study to establish what any person with a few working brain cells already knows.

Here are a few such headlines from a popular medical site (medicalnewstoday). They represent a mere few days’ worth of vital…baloney:


Well, poor sleep makes it harder to concentrate the next day. End of study. Thanks. We’re newly enlightened. Where’s my check?


Another stunning revelation. The boy is lonely. He doesn’t sleep well. We never would have imagined such a connection without a meticulous study.


The insights keep coming. A person already in a state of chronic pain reacts more severely to new pain than a person who isn’t suffering from chronic pain. Give the researchers a Nobel and a trip to Disneyland.


Someone with respiratory disease could experience trouble when breathing diesel fumes. Wow. A mind-bending correlation. And we need to know the exact mechanism of the flare-up because…? Researchers are going to develop a drug that will eliminate the problem? “Do you have TB? Now you can walk through diesel fumes without a reaction.” Sure. The drug is called Thorazine. You’ll still have a severe reaction, but you won’t know it. Or anything else.


I love stories about “breakthroughs” in gene research. First of all, try to find one version of gene therapy for any disease that works across the board. Good luck. But you can find thousands of articles about “advances” in the research. They hint at glorious innovations coming to your neighborhood soon. So let me know when this genetic discovery about heart disease results in a treatment that actually reverses the condition. And as for genes associated with intelligence, it’s easy as pie to make claims, as long as you don’t have to try to increase IQ with an injection. Getting the point? Researchers can obtain all sorts of money to do studies that then posit some correlation between a condition and various gaggles of genes—as long as they don’t have come up with an actual gene therapy that works. It’s a great con. Nice work if they can get it, and they can.


Yes, it may. Or it may not. Who can say? We’ll have to wait and see. Give the researchers another decade. Meanwhile, read about lots of “maybes.” It’s possible that a steady diet of “maybe” articles will increase your intelligence, help you sleep better at night, reverse heart disease, and decrease your reaction to diesel fumes.

It’s also possible the articles will turn you into a creature with the IQ of a tree-dwelling sloth.

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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.

15 comments on “Medical propaganda headlines for gullible minds

  1. Sue says:

    How dare you criticize the esteemed “researchers” who are receiving billions of dollars of our taxes every year? Leave them alone, so they can go back to torturing animals in their laboratories, and publishing nonsensical reports.

  2. Greg C. says:

    “Flare-up of respiratory symptoms” is medical lingo for coughing. I don’t want to think about how they tested the brain’s reaction to new injuries. Sounds like a great idea for a Monty Python sketch.

  3. elliottjab says:

    We’ll, it’s the truth – so there! Bunches of chuckles given to us by chuckle heads. And we’re the ones paying for much of it…

  4. Psychopaths Rule the World says:

    Walking around the city, one often encounters tables with signs such as “Donate money to help us find more cures”, and pictures such as a woman in a white lab coat holding a big titration device so it looks all “sciencey” and focused on the latest “breakthrough”.

    I’m thinking, “WHAT cures?” What can Rockefeller medicine actually cure? Apart from minor infections with antibiotics, NOTHING. So why all the talk of “more cures”?

    There are cancer tables, diabetes tables, Alzheimer’s tables, Parkinson’s tables, and so on. But wait. They have been trying to find cures for all of these things for so, so, so long. You would think that after so many years, people would be getting somewhat impatient and suspicious. How come there are so many technological breakthroughs, but almost nothing ever happens in medicine? If you were 70 now, you would have seen this going on as an adult for half a century! Even if you are much younger, it still looks like a joke after not many years as an adult when you learn the history. But we’re almost there, just give us a few more billion – if you don’t, YOU’RE responsible for all those people dying. It could be you next!

    Royal Raymond Rife on the Kinnaman tapes from the 50s: “As far as I’m concerned, there is no AMA. There’s an American Drug Syndicate. Now I have never made statements of claims of cures. That’s one of the worst things you can possibly use – that one word: CURE. They hate that word as the devil hates Holy Water – this cure proposition.”

    A few months ago there was a huge headline on the front page of one of Murdoch’s rags – “Medical Breakthrough!” I’m thinking, “OK, since Flexner it has to be either a drug or a surgical procedure. I wonder which it will be?” It turned that out a bunch of neurosurgeons were going to drill into an epileptic woman’s brain and deliver some drugs deep inside it through her stomach. How original! Drugs AND surgery! Wow! Of course this “breakthrough” was just an experiment. There was an announcement months later after just two people had this done that there were less side effects than from taking the drugs orally, but personally I would never allow any doctor to do such a thing, or go anywhere near any of them if I could possibly avoid it. It must have been so much fun for the woman to have her brain drilled into like that.

    I don’t know how anyone with any self-respect could be involved in so-called “medical research”, at least as far as pharma goes. It’s a joke. Pretty much ALL that’s ever allowed is trying to alter biochemical processes with toxic drugs to alleviate symptoms while causing more diseases through side-effects to make the psychopaths in Big Pharma billions more. Every time anyone really does find a cure, they are either murdered, have their lab burnt down, are jailed or are destroyed through whatever means necessary.

    The medical mafia really is just that – a bunch of gangsters. As for the donation tables, as Eustace Mullins said, it’s “the little people collecting money for the big rich”. The pharma companies already make over a TRILLION dollars per year. Why do they need donations from the public? Most donations organizations just embezzle almost all of it on “administrative costs” anyway, while using pictures of cute kids smiling with no hair after being injected with mustard gas to show how much they “care”.

  5. Sunshine says:

    I read your article last night, then woke up thinking about how nothing in our world today is safe/clean/healthy/honest/real, nothing. The more I learn the more I realize how much more corruption exists that I don’t even know about, and may never know. It’s endless. Lead in our pipes, dishes, baby bottles, toys. Poisons in our food, in the air, in our water. Corrupt regulations, corrupt oversight, corrupt studies, corrupt news, corrupt corporations, corrupt government, corrupt medicine, corrupt banking, corrupt school system…it has no end. Is it all because man loves money? Does he want it enough to willfully harm his fellow man? How many wars, murders, deceptions, thefts has man performed over the last few thousand years for money?

    And funny, my son woke up thinking about politics, poli-tics, many-bloodsuckers.
    (He knows “tick” is the bloodsucker, but still – I love that he loves thinking about words, and enjoys making fun of Greek words.) So far man’s corruption in this world hasn’t killed his health or spirit 🙂

    Thank you for your articles Jon.

  6. victoryintruth says:

    GENES RESPONSIBLE FOR SEVERE CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE IDENTIFIED BY RESEARCHERS…..There’s already a cure: stop eating crap “food” and eat whole, preferably organic vegetables, grass-fed beef, free-range chicken, wild-caught fish, cultured vegetables, sourdough bread, kombucha, kefir, raw milk…….choose honey, maple syrup, sucanot over sugar; eliminate high fructose sugar, any form of MSG and NO GMO stuff. If you eat fresh pork, be sure to marinate it in apple cider vinegar because it is one of those foods that is very detrimental unless treated first.

  7. Every time when you read in the media about a “breakthrough” at closer inspection it appears that it’s nothing more than an idea, a theory, an assumption. That needs more research. If assumptions become breakthroughs it shows the status of medical research. Medical research costs trillions of dollars a year and the results are close to non-existing.

  8. Ray says:

    I used to blame Big Pharma. Lately, I’ve come to see them as filling a void. Experience taught me that gullible minds is the general rule, not the exception. As long as their business model is successful, they have no reason to change.

    • Ray says:

      Another observation. The same gullible minds give no or little thought to the relationship between food and health. When something goes wrong, they’re programmed to go to a doctor. They don’t have the confidence to try something else even when they know the side effects.

      I have a sister-in-law who was diagnosed with cancer. I couldn’t convince her to try some changes in her diet first. She was in a panic. So my words had no effect.

      • Merlene C Cover says:

        Ray, some people will never accept thinking and acting outside the box! How can one honestly chose poison over eating natrual organic food for HOMEOSTASIS? They need to link-up with the Global Networking TTC- The Truth About Cancer( Ty Billinger) Joel Wallach-The Natrupathic DO who fought the FDA tooth and nail and eventaully won. Because of Joel Wallach baby formula now contain Selenium a VITAL mineral.Every day that someone comes to my place of employment and buy a formula, I take the initiative and educate them about the person-Joel Wallach who FOUGHT the FDA tooth and nail. Dr. Joel Wallach-also a Veterianrian, who did hundreds of autosies and discovered that many people died from lack of vital minerals such a Selenium etc. Joel Wallach came to lecture at a confrence in Nj last January and I had the privelige to see and hear him deliver his experience with these discoveries.Knowledge is power!

    • Theodore says:

      for me, you bring up an excellent point as a starting point of discussion.

      gullible = easily deceived or cheated.

      ignorant = uninformed; unaware.

      * the tendency for some to misdirect individuals (through words, chemicals, chemicals in the food and water, and electro-magnetic radiation) to keep them gullible and/or ignorant.

      * the tendency for some to take direct advantage of the gullible and the ignorant.

      * the tendency for some to try educate individuals to help them overcome their gullible tendencies and/or ignorance — with varying degrees of success.

      * the gullible and/or ignorant individual himself taking action to overcome these deficiencies.

  9. flyingcuttlefish says:

    J.R., some on The Malaria Vaccine Funders Group in the lower 1/2 of this page …

  10. tlarremore says:

    Pending: Research results for the “Bureaucratic Psychopathy of the ICD-10, Revealing New Standards for Pathocracy.”

  11. Bunny says:

    Wanted to post about Pinhole Glasses. Many people who get blurry vision as they get older are helped by these glasses. They are wonderful, you do not have to have fifty different glasses for different tasks. Many of you probably already know about these. They may help slow age related degeneration.

    There was a definite FDA conspiracy to get these glasses removed.
    More info of the many uses

    Anti-pinhole conspiracy

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