Crazy sh*t coming out of nowhere
by Jon Rappoport
December 15, 2017
Henry Kissinger: “John Doe is the most dangerous creature ever born to a mother on Earth. He must be hunted down and brought to justice. He seeks to overturn the international order and the structure that holds us all together. So I sayeth.”
Is it possible that…how can I put this…is it possible that because you know where you are, you believe that every idea that comes to you comes from SOMEWHERE? Do you get this? Your Honor, what I’m arguing here is that my client, John Doe, has been receiving ideas from NOWHERE. He has stated this in no uncertain terms. This is his position. The essay he wrote, which has now been censored by the Facebook-Google government, should be reinstated. The prosecution has called the essay “corrosive and disturbing to the official order.” Why? What is wrong with NOWHERE? I submit to the court that NOWHERE would be a place the government could not control. That is why we see the fear. That is why my client has been charged. He claims NOWHERE is real. The whole basis of official reality is that EVERYTHING comes from SOMEWHERE. But my client states this is just an opinion. Furthermore, he states it is an oppressive opinion, because it locks us into a prison of the mind. Don’t you think he has an interesting point? Of course he has been fired from his teaching job at Harvard. We would expect that. But so what? Why should Harvard have the last word? Harvard controls a large piece of SOMEWHERE. Therefore, it has an inherent conflict of interest. Its authorities make their reputations by publishing about one SOMEWHERE or another. On the other hand, my client makes no claims about having a monopoly on NOWHERE. How could he? NOWHERE is open to anyone. It can’t be owned. Nor can it be adequately defined. However—and I think this is where the rub occurs—imagination imagines out of NOTHING. Imagination has that capability. This is a very close cousin to what my client is talking about. Imagination invents. Well, how do you invent? You make something up. You concoct it from NOTHING. This is a hard idea to understand. Especially when the government and its allies maintain that EVERYTHING comes from SOMEWHERE, and they own every possible SOMEWHERE. Do you see what I’m driving at? Why are you frowning, Your Honor? Why are you closing your eyes? Where does individual power come from? It comes from the individual. And where does he get it? He invents it. From NOTHING.
The courtroom was silent for the space of a minute. Then a roar broke out. It had no subject or purpose. It was as if the spectators in the gallery had found a reason to express a cosmic frustration.
The judge pounded his gavel. To no avail. He wept openly. He covered his face with his hands. He tried to stand, but he couldn’t.
John Doe and his lawyer strolled out of the room.
They have never been found.
George Soros promptly funded the JOHN DOE IS BULLSHIT movement. Millions joined. They staged protests on college campuses. They demanded action. The NY Times officially supported the movement, stating it was the purest form of democracy in action.
Bill Gates wrote an op-ed claiming John Doe was anti-vaccine.
Paul Ryan came out of retirement and ran for a senate seat on a platform of JOHN DOE IS EVIL.
George W Bush and Dick Cheney said they would shoot John Doe if they knew where he was.
A hundred students at Harvard filed a class action suit against the University, on the grounds that they were irreversibly triggered by John Doe.
Scattered NOWHERE supporters were arrested and sent to detention centers.
Supreme Court Justice Judy Al-Ibrahim Goldberg held a press conference at which she asserted that John Doe could set back two centuries of case law.
Stephen Hawking proposed mounting a mission to several black holes, to search for Doe and his lawyer.
George Clooney told the Daily Beast that John Doe was a racist agitator who was opposing humane immigration policies. Clooney said he would leave the United States and move to China if Doe wasn’t arrested within six months. China, he said, had a “good grip” on how to deal with anti-government terrorists.
James Comey said it was all about the Russians. John Doe was a Putin agent. A “puppet advocating chaos.” Robert Mueller agreed. His permanent committee was looking into a Doe-Uranium One deal.
Bill Kristol remarked that Doe was working for Donald Trump. Trump had been soft on Syria, and so was Doe.
Yale psychiatrist, Dr. Plum Simulacrum Dulles Fortunato, stated: “I strongly doubt the existence of the John Doe we’ve been told about. But if he does exist in that way, only crazy shit can come from him, and that’s all you need to know.”
An investigative reporter named Jon Rappoport said he made up John Doe, but no one believed him, because nothing could be made up. EVERYTHING came from SOMEWHERE.
A reporter looking for a story approached Rappoport and interviewed him: IS THIS THE MAN WHO INVENTED JOHN DOE?
Q: Why did you invent John Doe, as you claim?
A: It was a slow Friday and I wanted to have a little fun.
Q: But why use the idea that things can come from nowhere?
A: Because they can. People invent things. The invention comes from nowhere.
Q: On the backs of others who made breakthroughs.
A: Even if that were always true—and it’s not—the INVENTION does contain pure imagination, which makes things up out of nothing.
Q: You really believe that?
A: I know it.
Q: Perhaps you’re very wrong.
A: Or not.
Q: You couldn’t have made up John Doe. Look at all the coverage and the chaos that’s ensued. That doesn’t happen just because a person made up stuff.
A: It happens all the time.
A: Government leaders invent a reason to go to war, and then they invade and kill huge numbers of people.
The interview was never published.
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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.