by Jon Rappoport
March 26, 2014
Here’s a short quote from my unfinished manuscript, The Magician Awakes:
“How do you view a single life? Is it a platform from which a human launches his future, or must he double back and find out what is wrong with him?
“Is he compelled, through social training, to think of himself as flawed? Is that what we’re all coming to? Three or four generations from now, will everyone automatically see their lives as a mistake that demands correction?”
Whether it’s the administration of toxic psychiatric drugs; experiments in changing thought and behavior through electromagnetic transmissions to the brain; genetic modifications, transhuman hook-ups between humans and machines; or other forms of operant conditioning; the message from corporations and government and society is clear:
Something is basically faulty with human beings, and it needs to be…
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