I sure can’t find this virus anywhere…

… which is not the case …

there would be no way to stop it.

It would have spread so far and so deep … that the only thing to do is to live with it.

Take a look at the open borders of the U.S. Take a look at the packed soccer stands every weekend in the U.S. Take a look at Israel, where blockades and high vaccination rates have failed to stop the progression of cases. Of course, those cases are nothing more than false positive tests. However, you get the idea.

The very concept of the virus and its spread implies “IMPOSSIBLE”.

The war against the virus was always unwinnable. And, anyway, there never was such a war. It was always a war against the people and against freedom.

The planners calculated that freedom had been so reduced that nothing would prevent overturning what little was left.

The war against the virus is much like the war against freedom of speech, also known as censorship. Governments can never stop the flow of independent ideas. The seal is never airtight.

Of course, as I have been demonstrating for the past year, the virus does not exist. It is a fantasy. It is the ghost in the dark closet at night, when the child is lying in bed thinking that random noises are a threat to his safety.

A well-known scientist with impressive conventional credentials recently confided to me that he believes the virus (which he accepts as real) will eventually infect everyone. EVERYBODY. Therefore …

There’s nothing to be done. LIVE WITH IT. LIVE WITH IT.

Even the false premise that the virus exists implies the continuation of freedom.

The notion that you can win a war against a virus is on the level of the notion that you can win a war against the natural flow of air on the planet.

The nations that have fought a relatively benevolent battle against the virus (Sweden, Denmark and Norway) have officially declared that they are going to end that battle. Why? Because only a small number of people get sick. Those numbers reflect the last few years before the pandemic was declared.

In those countries the nightmare of the ghost in the closet is over, for now.

Meanwhile, America’s leading fear-monger, Anthony Fauci, is still churning out his little movies. Every week, he “tweaks the data” to bolster his claims. And every week, media sales people put him on TV to spread the message:


Fauci is the envy of sadists everywhere.

For the past year and a half he has been the de facto president of the United States.

His style mirrors the machinations of the CIA for decades: invent infinite enemies and then attack them. All for the purpose of implementing control.

Some nights, as I sleep, a part of my mind that operates on entirely conventional premises calculates the odds in the war against the virus. It calculates, on its own, fragmented scenarios: the rate of infection, the degree and extent of blockades, the barriers against the virus created by the masks, the vaccinated versus the unvaccinated, etc. That ridiculous part of my mind is a reflection of the Pentagon.

Upon awakening, I realize the fantastic nature of these calculations during the war. I see them clearly for what they mean. A rooting interest, no more meaningful than sitting on the sidelines watching a marbles contest, with a bet of a few cents depending on the outcome.

It is instructive to have these dreams. They convey a very simple message:

If the virus existed, there would be no way to stop it. Since it does not exist, there is nothing to stop it.

However, the war on freedom is an entirely different matter. It has always existed and will always exist.

There are certain men who have lost their own life-giving creative freedom, and have chosen, as their only substitute, the path of destroying the freedom of others wherever they find it.

They are the virus.

Jon Rappoport

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