The individual on trial

The individual on trial

by Jon Rappoport

February 27, 2018

THE SCENE: COURTROOM OF THE FUTURE

A PROSECUTOR ADDRESSES THE JUDGE. THE DEFENDANT IS WAITING FOR THE VERDICT IN A JAIL CELL FAR FROM THE TRIAL.

PROSECUTOR: Your Honor, I have a document written by the defendant.

JUDGE: Why do you present it here?

PROSECUTOR: Because it reeks of ideals which the State does not support. It speaks of the individual.

JUDGE (choking on his coffee): The individual? That old tune? I thought we’d gotten rid of it. Read it to me now.

PROSECUTOR (reading): “As always, I return to the individual.

“Without him, there is no meaning to civilization or the future.

“It was once established that society and civilization existed to liberate him, to remove the shackles of the State from him, so he could pursue his own destiny. This victory was massively opposed by combines, monopolies, and cartels, who seek control over populations.

“It is now up to the individual to stake out his own territory, his own power, his own virtue.

“In doing so, he can settle on little ambitions or great ones. He can develop his mind as a seeking instrument of penetration, or he can absorb himself in shallow ideas. He can make his way along huge trails of adventure, or he can occupy himself with ordinary details of a huddled and mundane life.

“To say these choices are his is obvious. But he has to make them.

“He can imagine and envision tiny advances, or he can view great ascendance.

“He can go down with any number of small ships, or he can build a vessel for himself that will take him across an ocean of invention.

“He can discover what he already knows, or he can create new knowledge.

“He is building the reach of his own spirit, or he is living in a welfare state of mind.

“He is discovering the immortal impulses that reside beyond the language of the crowd, or he is trapping himself in the crowd.”

JUDGE: Treasonous, to say the least. The author is obviously psychotic. Where did he get such ideas?

PROSECUTOR: I do not know, sir.

JUDGE: It must have been the Russians.

PROSECUTOR: I hadn’t considered that. Yes, it must be so. Of course.

JUDGE: We’ve caught them at this before. They recruit dupes and being them under their control. They’re trying to undermine our way of life.

PROSECUTOR: I recommend a life sentence for the defendant.

JUDGE: A life of silence in an institution. It is so ordered.

PROSECUTOR: Perhaps we could turn him.

JUDGE: Make him into a double agent? I’ll leave that to the psychiatrists. If they believe they can achieve it, they could set him adrift in our cities and let him attract others to his cause. He could help us identify enemies.

PROSECUTOR: A brilliant idea, Your Honor.

JUDGE: Do you remember names like George Washington, Tom Paine, Thomas Jefferson?

PROSECUTOR: Vaguely.

JUDGE: They were Russian spies who tried to subvert the United States at the birth of the nation. They spread vile ideas and fake news to the people.

PROSECUTOR: Fake news? That’s a capital crime.

JUDGE: Indeed. It took our leaders many years to discover the plot.

PROSECUTOR: Thank goodness we now have a strong court system.

JUDGE: The loopholes have been eliminated. Next case!


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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.

6 comments on “The individual on trial

  1. flyinggabriel says:

    Good morning, Worm your honor
    The crown will plainly show
    The prisoner who now stands before you
    Was caught red-handed showing feelings
    Showing feelings of an almost human nature
    This will not do.
    Call the schoolmaster.

  2. johnbarleycorn12 says:

    Our future if we are not careful

    • Michael Burns says:

      You don’t think we are their already JBC12..?

      Everyone I see, has their heads down looking into a little fondle slab, pushing buttons and finger-swiping like rhesus monkeys on crack in a test lab–their opinions and tastes are being presented to them, on the little screens. What they will like to eat, the new colors of their clothes this year–all this at light speed past their wanting eyes. The style of clothing. Whither it is going to snow this weekend– snow shovels are on sale at Rona and Home Depot — “you need to get one its going to be deep. “Winter is a market, not season, don’t ya know. ‘We’ your controllers are not finished with it as yet.”

      I was once given a ticket for jay-walking on a city street at 4 o’clock in the morning. Not a soul in sight–the foul smell of the previous day lingering in the air. And so…the light was red no-one was about and so I crossed quickly. A cop lurking in the shadows saw it and gave me a ticket–I was about fifty some odd years old. The cop was younger than my son. I took it ( the ticket) to court and argued with an obstinate judge, on whither I was capable of making the decision to cross the street at four in the morning by my self. He argued fake scenarios and ‘what if’s’, and, you are not special — the law is for everyone.

      Oh we are definitely there already –Jon’s version is simple to this complex Matrix one fathoms on a normal day.

      George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Paine, brought to mind the Revolutionary War and 1776. And the fight for freedom and invidualism.
      I would argue that in those days individuals that were strong and quite capable of making personal decisions about themselves and their families; the future; and understood the meaning of freedom and opposing the crown to the point of rising jointly as a army to fight of the that oppression.

      One would hard spent to find many individuals amongst the young today–willing to give up their lives for freedom — they have no definition of that word. People who were not constantly thinking about their victim-hood, their physical and mental problems at such young ages. Their broken spirits that fashioned neuroticism that has created the modern human. That is so weak and lacking of the courage needed to stand up as an individual. I have my own thoughts.

      Oh we are there already JBC12. We have been their for a while now.

  3. chefjemichel says:

    I especially like: “He can develop his mind as a seeking instrument of penetration”!

    According to “Human Design” one of the main right functions of the mind is research.[1] Another function is to communicate[2]. Decision-making most always works best with other Human Design centers (according to the unique design of the Individual) however once a decision has been made the mind can perform its functions in support of that decision.

    [1] “Based in the anterior and posterior pituitary in the brain, the Ajna is an awareness center … Its function is to research and to conceptualize.”:
    https://birthdaypersonality.org/human-design/chapter-03/
    [2] “The greatest value of the Mind is its capacity to explore the world, to transmit knowledge as the foundation of human culture and society and to communicate in language.”:
    “Human Design System – The Centres” –
    By Peter Schoeber.

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