Imagination and lawyers and parents and vaccines
Vaccine wars: Lawyers? We don’t need no stinkin’ lawyers.
Wait. Yes we do.
by Jon Rappoport
August 2, 2015
(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)
First, a brief excerpt of an interview I did with an attorney several years ago. I’m keeping his name private. He was a recent law school grad who went to work for several large firms and “nearly died of boredom,” as he told me.
Here are a few of his remarks:
“My colleagues have zero imagination beyond filing cases and searching out legal precedents, something a robot could do.”
“They [his colleagues] seem to have no personalities. They’re very tight. They have no charisma. When I ask them about bigger-than-life lawyers like Melvin Belli, Gerry Spence, Bill Kunstler, they roll their eyes, as if those guys were nothing more than publicity hounds. It’s insane. When you’re up against it in a big case, you need publicity. You need to cause trouble. You need to raise public ire in your favor. These lawyers now…they’re like accountants. Very cautious. It’s like someone has beaten them with a stick into submission.”
“Most lawyers these days can’t conceive of what it takes to win a big case when the deck is stacked against them. They draw a blank. They pick a losing strategy and stick with it. Again, no imagination.”
Basically, it’s all about destroying vital CDC documents. Literally throwing them in a garbage can. The documents reveal that a 2004 CDC study actually showed a connection between the MMR vaccine and autism.
But the documents were thrown out.
Now, in states like California, in countries like Australia, the MMR vaccine is mandated for children. It’s compulsory.
This means governments are endangering children. Playing Russian roulette with their brains and nervous systems.
That’s called a crime.
What to do about it?
In the past, I’ve pointed out, in detail, how wrongheaded GMO labeling campaigns are (see also this) and how they require a completely different approach. I’m doing the same thing now re the vaccine wars. Follow me along this road.
First, the whole point is to create a major uproar on behalf of the truth. Not merely by filing one class-action suit against, say, the state of California for endangering millions of children by commanding that they take the MMR vaccine. That’s not enough. Not by a long shot.
We need lawyers who want to go for broke. Lawyers who can and will talk in front of media cameras. Lawyers who have large personalities (as opposed to sober, faceless bean-counter personalities). Lawyers who will hold press conferences several times a day for anyone who’ll listen. Lawyers who will bark and bite and stir emotions. Lawyers who will punch holes in polite oatmeal “dialogue.” Lawyers with big and bigger balls.
And then we need parents, many parents, who will, with their lawyers, file separate and individual lawsuits against California Governor Jerry Brown and individual members of the California legislature—because they passed the recent law mandating vaccines (including the MMR) for all public and private school children in California.
File hundreds of lawsuits.
Worried about whether some of these lawsuits will be turned back and thrown out of court? Don’t be. The whole enterprise is about making justice, in this matter, very visible, on all fronts.
The talking point? The truthful talking point? The state of California is demanding that children take the MMR vaccine, which was shown to have a connection to autism, in a 2004 CDC study—and that study’s vital details were buried, on purpose, by its authors, in order to protect the vaccine. That’s called a Story. And it’s true.
All these lawsuits would represent that point. And the parents filing the suits would talk publicly and at length about this crime and its effect on their children. So would the lawyers.
Lots of passionate talk. Outrage. In public.
“Governor Brown, you want me to have my two-year-old daughter shot with the MMR vaccine and risk autism. You want to risk sending her to hell on Earth.”
Think about the Internet. What are the chances that this story will spread from one end of the planet to the other? Are you kidding?
And then all sorts of official experts and bureaucrats and doctors and pseudoscience bloggers and execrable talking media heads and other bullshit artists will push back with their brand of outrage. Good. Splendid. That’s exactly what we need. Stir the pot. (For more information on who and whose money we’re really up against, click here.)
When imagination is applied to a free-wheeling campaign like this, all sorts of possibilities would spring up spontaneously.
That’s exactly why we need more people with imagination…to create a circus.
But as the society becomes more inhibited and people stick to “the rules” more closely, they react against spontaneity. Automatically.
As if it’s a sin.
Then, within their little box, they flail and flounder around for a solution which, of course, will never come.
Imagination releases emotion. No imagination induces what Wilhelm Reich called “armoring.” A thick crust of repressed emotion and energy.
This is one reason why I developed hundreds of imagination techniques and exercises. To crack open up that crust and dissolve it. To liberate the energy of emotion.
Life has a major, major component of theater. People who can see that and grasp it have a chance to make some big changes, because they invent theatrical situations that penetrate the addiction to “playing the game as it’s laid out and prescribed.”
The current, main, long-running, central piece of theater in our society is: let the rules be your guide, be a robot, be an android, play that part, eyes straight ahead, don’t consider the big picture.
That’s the stage play.
Inventing new stage plays that run across the grain of this play is paramount.
That takes imagination.
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.