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Arrested development as mind control: the children’s army

Arrested development as mind control: the children’s army

Arrested development as mind control: the children’s army
November 13
07:25 2016

Arrested development as mind control: the children’s army

by Jon Rappoport

November 12, 2016

“If a person sees a light at the end of the tunnel, he is looking at freedom, rationality, imagination, responsibility, creative power. Why should he abandon all that for some pathetic substitute?” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

This is a broad and vital subject. Here I am presenting a few of my notes.

“First of all, I have to write about Donald Trump for a few seconds. I don’t care what you think of him. I really don’t. For the purposes of what I’m pointing out here, it doesn’t matter who he is or what he really stands for or what his motives are. What matters is, during the campaign, he spoke words that touched a nerve in many, many young people, and they didn’t like the sensation, to put it mildly. What he said seemed like a reference to individual freedom and responsibility and power—and that had the effect of a silver bullet traveling toward the heart of a vampire. Why? Who are these young people? What has been happening to them?”

“The problem for social engineers: how to impose a top-down system of control on a population. The answer: prepare the young for that system by making it look like endless childhood.”

“College student everywhere are now entitled infants. This is the rapidly expanding trend. As such, they are ripe for any ‘philosophy’ or program that justifies their endless needs. For them, government is more than mommy and daddy. Government is a non-judgmental truck that pulls up and delivers an endless stream of consumer items…”
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(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)

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