Is sanity between the US and Russia possible?

Is sanity between Russia and the US possible?

by Jon Rappoport

May 30, 2017

There is an apparatus that supports war. It’s composed of intelligence agencies, propaganda departments, think-tanks, military contractors, legislators, presidents, armed forces leaders, lobbyists, media companies, foundations, religious organizations, banks, and so on. The myriad connections among these entities form a system.

What happens when opposing countries, both giants, try to find a way toward sanity? What happens when each country has an enduring system dedicated to war?

And what happens when many minds are addicted to systems?

For the sake of argument, let’s eliminate the current personalities; let’s take Trump and Putin out of the equation and say two other nameless people are the heads of government in Russia and the US.

And let us say that one of these leaders, the US president, asks this burning question of the Russian head of state:

“What would I have to do…to convince you…that my government wants to…end every shred of opposition…to you and your people?”

After a suitable period of shocked silence, the Russian leader, playing along, enumerates 40 or 50 items. After all, Cold War or no Cold War, US-Russian theatrical gamesmanship has been playing to packed houses for a long, long time. The actors have launched numerous antagonistic strategies.

A discussion ensues.

And the two leaders discover this: the undeclared war between their two countries has given birth to a support system—a stupefying gargantuan apparatus that weaves through numerous agencies and departments of government. Its size and scope are difficult to comprehend.

Worse still, on each side, the special apparatus is intimately connected to the every-day functioning of myriad institutions of government.

The prospect of untangling the special apparatus from business-as-usual swollen bureaucracies is daunting, to say the least.

It appears, organizationally speaking, that dissolving the “undeclared-war apparatus” might collapse government in general.

The Russian leader says, “Maybe we can’t get there from here.”

The American president concurs.

And they haven’t even begun talking about the ripple effects on mega-corporations on both sides of the Atlantic.

Of course the solution is: the leaders would begin a sane journey with one step; and then another step.

But still. One of the great invisible drivers of continued antagonism is the system that has been built to express it.

The system is there. It functions.

The system is a kind of technology.

Once you have a highly complex system in place, minds cling to it, as the addict clings to his settled chemical of choice.

I have written and spoken at length about systems and the addicted mind. This is a whole ignored branch of psychology; the real thing, not the fake garble.

It doesn’t matter what a system is designed to do. Many minds will cling to it.

A mind attached to a system and the system itself mirror each other.

Beginning in the early 20th century, several art movements—cubism, surrealism, dada—recognized this highly strange and numbing state of affairs, and responded by taking apart familiar elements of reality and putting them back together in shocking disjunctive ways, with the intent of jolting public consciousness into recognizing the absurdity of the “system.”

The so-called New Age movement of the 1960s was, in part, a program designed to nullify “waking-up” effects on consciousness, by instituting instead a vague, soft, all-embracing “cosmic whole”; a soft machine. A train route for the mind that would pretend to take it out to the far reaches of the cosmos.

We see this same propaganda effort now in the promoted Singularity, in current high-tech myths about brain-computer merging. Here the mind and the system are frankly married, with no reservation. The mind is physically connected to a super-system of systems. And the absurd promise is cosmic consciousness, universal in scope, somehow leading to the visible emergence of God.

Notice that the underlying premise of the New Age and the Singularity is the preservation of the mind that has been trained toward addiction.

As long as the entrained mind can sniff out a system, it will move toward it and embrace it, no matter what the system is designed to do.

Globalized economics and finance; the dissolving of national governments into expansive regional unions; departments of war; vast religious and corporate organizations; top-heavy federalized law; coordinated official science; collaborating major media; medical cartelization; international drug trafficking; any system at any level will do.

Once upon a time, the day-to-day Roman Church held sway in the West. Its cosmological system offered the prime Welfare entitlement of eternal life in heaven, as long as the devotee’s acceptance of the Church was complete, as long as his adherence to doctrine was ironclad, as long as his communication with the prescribed ultimate deity was carried out through the good offices of a certified priest.

Any system will do.

Now the computer is the deity. Now the Cloud is King. To reach ultimate spiritual and material possibility, given the (perversely applied) canon of greatest good for the greatest number, the devotee must accept the operation of the Surveillance State (God is always watching), so that he can be profiled and thus, eventually, assigned a correct position in the overall scheme of things, as adjudicated by Central Casting (God’s plan), for the benefit of Earth.

For the entrained mind, any system will do.

Even a system designed to move to the brink of war, or perpetuate endless stalemate, or go to war, between two old enemies, Russia and America.

CODA: The question of who benefits from this system requires, and has received, much analysis. Clearly, elite Globalists benefit, since the long-term opposition of Russia and the US poses the “problem that needs a solution”: a new world order.

Beyond that, however, the mind’s magnetic attraction to systems is a different problem.

I have been researching and writing about this subject for many years.

My three collections, The Matrix Revealed, Exit From The Matrix, and Power Outside The Matrix explore the subject in great depth—with a host of exercises and techniques designed to free the mind and expand individual power.

Let me be clear, I’m not writing a diatribe against all systems here. This is about the mind’s addiction to them that results in perceiving reality and life itself through filters and constructs. Far worse, the addict will protect his systems, no matter for what purpose they are designed. Purpose is irrelevant.

The drama surrounding Edward Snowden’s escape from America with a trove of NSA documents inspired a torrent of outrage. More than just reacting to the exposure of secret programs, the NSA guardians felt the visceral threat of losing their systems.

If a person’s psychology depends on having a system in the same way that he has a bank account, the threat of loss is great and profound.

Underpinning all of this (and there is no way to avoid it), the addict’s existence is bound up in the belief that his system gives him his only access to reality.

“I see reality and know it through my system, and there is nothing else to do. If I gave up my system, I would give up reality.”

Now we are talking about actual psychology, not the frivolous academic and professional brand.

If the addict’s subconscious could speak, this is what it would say: “I have two pillars. My system and Reality. The system allows me to know reality. If I surrendered the system, reality would be lost to me.”

That statement of dedication is worth contemplating. A person’s emotional life and energy are riding on it.

Another analogy: a rock climber is poised in a precarious position under an overhang on a high cliff wall. He is strapped and buckled in, connected to a sturdy line. He has a pick in his hand. He is connected to his group by a two-way communication device. He has water and a few energy bars in his pack. And now you come along and suggest that he should shed this entire SYSTEM while standing under the overhang…

This is how the addict’s subconscious sees the stability of his life and potential threats to it.

This is not power. This is an elaborate avoidance of power, an avoidance of the center of an individual where his power resides.

The Matrix Revealed

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, 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.

17 comments on “Is sanity between the US and Russia possible?

  1. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    I deeply appreciate your site, Jon, and your effort to make sense of an insane world.

  2. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    From almost 81 years of life, I have regretfully concluded the most powerful governments are dangerous when they openly compete for total control, as in world wars, . . .

    and even more dangerous when they secretly cooperate to hide Reality/Truth/God from the public, like now.

  3. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    These so-called rulers of the world are in fact cowards and imposters who control absolutely nothing. They have only the power we grant.

  4. Ginny Sing says:

    Avoidance of our authentic power within, by way of countless scenarios which appear to be “real”, depend entirely upon an individual’s belief in fear and all its’ manifestations. We are a child of fear or a child of love, at any given moment. The human heart cannot harbor fear and love at the exact same moment. We get to choose which we will harbor each moment of our lives.

    Although the world is on fire with the lies born from fear, we are each born with an inner authority which is available to us every second of our lives. When we become “ready”, we will begin to doubt the veracity of what the world “system” offers up. And, then, we become open to the possibility that there is something more powerful than fear. This is the first step on the road to “reality”… which lies within.

    This first step is accompanied by an expanding sense of “courage”. Love and respect for truth inform this expanding courage. Untruth (and all its’ fear based manifestations) is unreality. Unreality is literally insanity.

    Love is truth. Love is omnipresent. Love is omnipotent. All else will fade away.

    • Oliver K. Manuel says:

      Thanks for sharing a beautiful message of hope and truth.

      • will iam says:

        Hope is your belief that the creator made a mistake and is capable of making mistakes
        Government is your validation of that belief

        Hope futilely creates unreality
        Government maintains it

        You cannot have one with out the other so do not expect anything to change while your are invested in either……….no matter how much you try

  5. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    This is the simple, logical error Dr. Carl F. von Weizsacker made in calculating atomic nuclear energy in July 1935 and Dr. James Chadwick endorsed to receive a Nobel Prize on 12 Dec 1935.

    Six months later, the late Professor Paul Kazuo Kuroda recognized the error on 13 June 1936. The error was never corrected but was inserted in nuclear physics textbooks after WWII and used to isolate humanity from Reality/ Truth/ God so arrogant fools could pretend to rule the world:

  6. Greg C. says:

    John McCain is the poster child for anti-Russia insanity. He says that Russia is worse than ISIS. Twisted. The insane mind never questions itself – it senses danger there. It shuts off inquiry and dialogue, and is reduced to spewing inflammatory rhetoric.

  7. Diogenes Shrugged says:

    Quoting from the article, “… the devotee must accept the operation of the Surveillance State (God is always watching) …”

    Speaking of which (less than one minute):

  8. Diogenes Shrugged says:

    By the way, when I just tested that clip, I got a commercial first. Then the clip failed to load. You might have to click on the title of the video, and then see if you can advance it to 3:08:04. The whole video is very worthwhile if you have the time. If the problem is foul play on the part of YouTube, I won’t be surprised if the whole video is taken down soon.

  9. IMNAHA says:

    All one needs do is watch the movie “The International” with Clive Owens etal. Then ask yourself “What tribe controls international banking?”

  10. Eochaidh OghaChruithne says:

    I drink too much alcohol; Except when I follow a “system.” The “system” works. For example, I found system for learning to read and write the 3 Japanese scripts (2 syllabic and 1 ideographic). So, everyday now, I practice writing 3 new characters. Presto, I no longer want to drink alcohol.

    Let’s get a tad neurological. The left hemisphere of the brain concentrates on serial communication, especially binary, which is the most serial before getting to the “One.” Maybe, a system is an obsession which requires numerical digits or separate units which one can follow (and count), step after step with going step after step, another “system” which reinforces the other “system” – it certainly helps me when working-out with dumb-bells: 8 reps, then 8 reps with less weight then a 3rd set of 8 with less. From Jon’s writings, if not Japanese, then logic would be a good system to free oneself; keeping in mind to find “the number” of all of it.

  11. mac says:

    It takes a bold actor to go to a drunken Saranac Lake festival and order a coney island. Careful, Jack Ma could be watching.

  12. From Quebec says:

    George Carlin Breaks Down How the System is Rigged

  13. God is watching – what you can eat, say and how long you can have your hair and if you are ‘chosen’ or not.
    Religion, the opium of the people as a famous person once said.
    Just social control…

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