by Jon Rappoport

September 22, 2016


Selling perception of terror attacks (and everything else) on the mind-control superhighway—and immortal you

I’ve written several introductions and postscripts to my collection, Exit From The Matrix. Here is the latest postscript:

Public relations adepts understand that you can take a genuine positive sentiment and make a cartoon out of it.

And then you can make a cartoon out of THAT, and you can go on with this multiplying process for many years. And people will totally lose track of where and when the genuine was replaced by the fake.

Worse yet, people will sculpt their own personalities to fit some sixth-generation “positive” cartoon, believing all the while they’re embracing the highest Good in the cosmos.

This article is about selling perception, not fact.

When enough images, cues, and symbols are placed in the mind, the owner of that mind will basically have an excuse to sacrifice his independence, surrender, and adopt a “peaceful” role in the stage play of his life.

He will even go so far as to embrace a wholly fake messianic agenda for a “better world”—because it looks like it fits his new role.

Now he’s inside a cartoon bubble.

Social propaganda operatives understand these factors. On this basis, they pick up their paychecks. One such retired operative once told me, “I made my living from the idea of unity. That’s it. I sold it for years like Big Macs.”

—The bomb in NY, the bombs in New Jersey, the stabbing attack in Minnesota…no matter what major media call them or don’t call them, the American people call them terrorist acts.

And that seems to play into the hands of Donald Trump.

But you can be sure Hillary Clinton’s inner circle are telling her a different story. A familiar story, because they’ve been operating on this basis for a long time: “You, Hillary, are the moderate candidate. You’re in the center. You’re for unity. That’s how the majority of the voters see you. So these attacks benefit you, not Trump, because America wants peace and unity and caring at any cost. And they see you as the President who can give those things to them. Trump is the wild cowboy. He stands for retribution and violence and revenge. That’s not what the people want, because they’re afraid his actions would bring down more terror attacks. Don’t worry, be happy, Hillary. You’re going to win the White House…”

For decades now, the mood in America has been shifted over into endless compromise and political correctness and counterfeit love and caring—as a result of a purposeful multi-front propaganda operation:

“Everybody is good, respect diversity, automatically love everyone who is different, be nice, think positive, embrace hope, don’t make waves, and peace will come.”

I hope you understand that all the key words in the preceding sentence are crafted as fake versions of the real thing. I can’t say it more plainly than that.

“No one is evil. When met with love, all differences and enmities dissolve.” This is another crafted propaganda cartoon. Its purpose is to convince people to surrender.

This is how defeat is sold on the superhighway of PR.

Then, another step is taken. Cues are installed in people’s minds that trigger surrender as if it is “love.” Cues such as: waves of migrants (among whom are un-vetted terrorists); inner cities devastated by a combination of Globalism and gangs; violent riots in the streets—these and other cues bring about a response of “share and care” surrender.

—Love them, care for them, give them everything they want, and all will be well. (And even if it isn’t, you’ve donned the visible and admirable cloak of a “good person,” and what else matters?)

To the degree that this massive society-transforming mind-control op works, political candidates who present themselves as cartoons of faith, hope, charity, love, peace, and equality gather much, much support.

Facts don’t matter. Perception matters.

If Hillary Clinton, present or absent and ailing at home, can be sold as that all-kind and all-caring cartoon, she will win the election.

“She’s even-minded, she won’t go to extremes, she cares about everybody.”

Her ultimate backers are quite of the aware of the decades-old propaganda op I’ve outlined above, and they’re betting their candidate will be the caricature that fits the bill.

How many voters will buy Trump as the “brutal cop on the beat,” looking to “shoot an unarmed boy?” And how many voters will buy Hillary as the candidate of peace who can “bring unity to a divided nation” and “greet well-meaning immigrants to our shores?”

This op goes further than Hillary and Trump. Politicians and their advisors all over Washington DC and America are sculpting their positions based on which set of cartoons they believe the people of this country have bought.

The actual safety and security of the United States is not the issue. “Actual” isn’t in the political playbook.

Meanwhile, on another level of false perception, since the assassination of JFK, a coterie of what we now call neocons has sold its aggressive wars as “defending freedom” and “establishing democracies.” This propaganda op targets, at home, American individuals who refuse to accept fake cartoons of peace and unity. This op is for those who want action, decisive victories—another whole set of cartoons.

So we have two ops on the propaganda superhighway, and together they form a pincer movement, a squeeze play. “You must pick one side or the other.”

But whether it seems possible or not, the truth is: the long-term future of civilization rests on the independent individual who rejects fake cartoons, no matter what their messages are.

Through his rational powers, and his innate imagination, he becomes an island in the stream of history. He works to turn the False upside down and shake out the True.

He conceives of, and projects, and builds new and better and freer realities in the world.

It may seem he is working against impossible odds, but if that is so, why have propagandists been laboring on and on, with such great resources behind them, to win their war of mind control?

The answer is: the soul of freedom, logic, and creative force offers awesome resistance to the takeover.

The individual is far more potent than even he believes.

Binding him with false caricatures and false idols forever…turns out to be untenable and impossible.

That is what I’ve concluded after 30 years of research and investigation.

As I keep saying: the game is afoot, time is long, the game is never over.


The physical shell you inhabit may receive slings and arrows, but like it or not, you’re immortal, and nothing can change that fact.

Get used to it: you’re in it for the long haul.

The only question is, what will the haul look like? Or better put: what will you create?

What will you create now, ten years from now, a hundred years from now, a thousand years from now?

Absurd? You’re just organized dust with a few years of action and thought before you fall back to disorganized dust?

You, who knows right now you’re conscious and reading these words; you who feeds your family, who drives to work, who jumps in the ocean and swims; you who who stands in the forest and looks at the trees as the dawn breaks; you who stands at your bedroom window at 3 in the morning and looks out over the city and envisions a fabulous new enterprise and future—you’re just the organized dust of remorseless atoms flowing in unconscious cause-and-effect, and after a few years you’ll fall back into disorganized dust?

Now THAT’S supreme high high level propaganda. That’s the crown of propaganda, brought to you by the scientific materialists who insist you’re nothing more than an accidental temporary machine outfitted with faulty programming, who needs to be returned to the factory for complete restructuring.

And if you buy that one, I have a company building space rockets made out of sand in the Sahara, and I’m looking for investors who recognize a tremendous opportunity when they see it….

exit from the matrix by jon rappoport