Last Saturday, I woke up to the sounds of my pigs squealing out on the land. My wolves were herding them back into their pens.
I struggled out of bed and plowed through the 16 messages on my cell. FOX, CBS, NBC, CNN, etc. They somehow knew I was on to The One, and they were clamoring and pleading for an exclusive.
My agent and lawyer, Gloria Torquemada, showed up as I as was downing my 4th cup of coffee. Her CIA contacts had located Jordan Walker, the suddenly infamous Pfizer exec. He was now waiting in Mick Flaherty’s bar 16 miles away from my farm. I called Tucker and told him to hold on, I’d get back to him by nightfall.
I donned my white coat, hung a stethoscope around my neck, pinned an old Blockbuster member card to my chest pocket (“Jon Rappoport, MD”), and we were off in the Bentley.
An hour later, Jordan and I were sitting in Mick’s back room. We had a few drinks and chatted. Maybe more than a few.
Then this is what followed:
What about the virus, Jordan?
What about it?
The isolation problem.
You get right down to it, Jon.
Time is money.
Of course. Well, you have to promise, first, that none of what I tell you in this conversation will go public. This is on background only.
Of course. I would never reveal your comments.
OK, good. So, the virus. Well, scientists never actually FIND a new virus. They INFER its existence.
Infer it from what?
A bunch of presumptions about their own lab procedures.
What they’re doing in the lab—
Is really just a hodge-podge of mumbo-jumbo. They don’t isolate anything. And then, using computer programs, they stitch together genetic sequences for “the virus.” These sequences are metaphors.
So there is no proof SARS-CoV-2 exists.
No more proof than, say, “demonstrating” there is a bath house on Mars. Or a gay caballero is roaming the galaxy singing Country and Western.
But we need these metaphors. They satisfy so many interests.
Not least of all, vaccine manufacturers.
Right. If there are no viruses, why would we produce and sell vaccines?
Then all this talk about Pfizer intentionally mutating the virus and giving it more power…which is what you told Project Veritas…is sheer nonsense?
No, not nonsense. High level bullshit.
It’s simple. 99.999 percent of virologists in the world believe their own bullshit. They really think they’re discovering new viruses. They really think they can increase the power of those viruses. They’re actually doing METAPHOR, but they think they’re doing LITERAL.
Yes. It’s a WOW. And it works brilliantly. No one wants to rock that boat. Too many people are making too much money and exerting too much political power.
So there is no need for a COVID vaccine.
No. And it’s not actually a vaccine. It’s a shot of nanoparticles. They supposedly instructs cells of the body to produce a spike protein. The nanos contain RNA, which does the instructing. So I’m told.
A lot of rigmarole.
So why is the injection injuring and killing so many people all over the world?
I don’t know. There are all kinds of theories. The point is, when you screw around with the human body, forcing unnatural processes on it, with genetic material [RNA], there is a ripple effect down the line. Things happen.
Yes. The processes of the body are interlocking. Disturb one process, and you get bad reverberations.
Does Pfizer understand this?
All legitimate researchers realize it. It’s not a secret. The COVID injection is experimental. The open medical literature is very frank about the dangers of putting nanoparticles in humans.
In a sense, Pfizer is a marketing firm.
I would call it a PR firm that is also injuring and killing huge numbers of people. We front for an operation that aims at political control of populations. Hence the lockdowns. The lockdowns were a prime political objective. The fake science—which Pfizer peddles—was the cover story.
So you’re personally corrupt.
You don’t care?
I’m just trying to make a good living.
With no conscience.
Having no conscience helps.
It occurs to me that this claim Pfizer is doing gain of function research on the virus could send people up a blind alley.
Well, sure. Because legally, Pfizer can quite probably get off the hook. They can say they’re protecting the public by mutating the virus and developing new vaccines that prevent these more dangerous variants from harming everybody. Whereas, a real court case that attacks the VACCINE for the harm it’s causing…that would be a jackpot. A verdict against Pfizer THERE would be devastating. If you could ever get the case into court…
Then why did you tell Project Veritas about Pfizer mutating the virus?
I was speaking metaphorically.
In what sense?
I was telling Veritas what Pfizer is doing with an imaginary virus. Think of it this way. This is a rough analogy: At the end of World War Two, an exec at a major American corporation tells the New York Times his corporation supplied badly built weapons to US troops in Europe. There is no truth to that, because his company didn’t make weapons—but the real story is, his corporation was supplying vital parts to the US AND Germany. Parts used in factories that manufactured planes. Making money from both sides. But the exec says nothing about THAT.
He pointed the finger at his own company. But for the wrong reason.
And that’s what you did when you talked to Project Veritas.
Sort of. Yes.
I was pissed off about a few things at work I don’t want to go into. And I might have been a little high.
Absolutely not. On one drug. Maybe.
You fucked up.
So what are you going to do now?
I think the question is, what are they going to do to me?
Will you testify in front of Congress?
I doubt they’ll invite me. Pfizer has a lot of clout. And several hundred Congressional legislators and other federal officials don’t want me in public under oath. But if I had to appear, I’d lie. I’d say my comments to Project Veritas were misinterpreted, with no context.
You’d try to bullshit your way out of trouble.
Yes. It’s a time-honored tradition. And think of how many journalists would come to my aid.
Pfizer is evil.
I thought we’d already established that.
Why do so many people work there? Some of them must know it’s a nest of evil.
They have bills to pay. They want to live a comfortable life.
It’s that simple?
For most people, it always is. Look, there’s a guy at Pfizer. He knows everything I’ve been telling you here today. He makes about 700K a year. He snitched to the head of security about a woman in his department who was about to go all whistleblower. He snitched because he wanted to protect Pfizer, the cash cow, who hands him his paycheck every month. That was the long and short of it for him. His paycheck. His standard of living.
The truth, the facts, the crimes meant nothing to him.
Less than nothing.
Were you always corrupt?
I’d say I went through three stages. As a child, I was pretty much like other children. After I went to work for Pfizer and gradually saw what was really happening there, I was troubled. But when I was promoted and got a substantial raise, I settled in. I experienced the perks of my new life.
“The banality of evil.”
Yes. Hannah Arendt’s phrase. To describe the Nazi bureaucrat, Adolph Eichmann.
Didn’t Arendt say Eichmann was unaware, detached? He was following orders in order to advance his career. You’re aware.
I am, but it doesn’t SINK IN. I’m like a researcher who’s designing a death ray shot from space, but focuses on the MATH problems in front of him. In a sense, he knows what he’s doing, but it doesn’t bite him.
The vaccine. It’s a killer.
Yes. But you have to remember, it’s the first vaccine given to so MANY people. I dare say if this was, say, the HPV [Human Papilloma Virus] vaccine, the results would be even worse.
If nobody from the company goes to prison—
We never do. We’re aliens.
When you settle into one of the big pharmaceutical companies and work there for a decade or more, you’re not quite human anymore.
Is it cold in here? I just felt a chill.
You’re not the first person I’ve talked to who’s told me that.
— Jon Rappoport
Episode 34 of Rappoport Podcasts—“We Are Living In the Era of Nanotechnology, Science Beyond Our Control; A Clear and Present Danger”—is now posted on my substack. It’s a blockbuster. To listen, click here. To learn more about This Episode of Rappoport Podcasts, click here.