The Batman Op Expands: You Shot Those People!
By Jon Rappoport
Aug 3, 2012
The Batman-murder psy-op is expanding.
It aims to blow up one horrible crime into a vicious general lie.
Now we’re told that a U of Colorado “threat assessment team” was aware of “problems with James Holmes” in June, a month before he committed murder and mayhem in the Aurora theater.
The covert op is unfolding. “Threat assessment team” is a way of claiming that problems Holmes was having are not unique to him; in fact, this is a society-wide problem. Otherwise, why would a threat assessment team exist in the first place?
And what is the supposed problem? Mental illness. It’s a chronic epidemic.
The subliminal psyop asserts that derangement is in the nature of the human condition; more specifically, it’s in the nature of the brain.
“Threat assessment team” becomes a symbol that lets the public know the Batman murders are a symptom of a wider situation. According to the promoted story line, we the people need threat assessment teams, and not just at the U of Colorado.
The op called the Aurora massacre isn’t just about taking people’s guns away. It’s about inventing a pressing need for controlling mental illness before it manifests as violence.
And once that fallacious concept is planted, the psyop pros can not only suggest we have to snitch on “suspicious behavior,” they can demand the government expand threat assessment throughout society in order to make predictions and grab people and “treat” them before they spin out of control and do something horrible.
Who assesses and predicts threat? Who develops algorithms that can identify potential murderers among us? Psychiatrists.
In 1988, in my book, AIDS INC., I warned that fascism would stand the best chance of spreading across the world through medical operations, because “medical science” flies no partisan political banners, seems to take no side, appears to be all about objective research and healing.
So YOU are reinvented as a potential Batman murderer. You could go off. You could snap. You could fall victim to a brain malfunction. You could give way to your darker impulses. No one is immune.
Therefore, I have to be protected from you, and you have to be protected from me.
That’s the lie and that’s the op.
What is the op hiding? The fact that the psychiatric drugs cause violence. It’s not mental illness. It’s the drugs used to treat invented and concocted and fabricated “mental disorders.”
In other words, we’re looking at a self-fulfilling prophecy.
In the widest terms, the op involves randomly seeding society with the violence-causing psychiatric drugs, and then, when inexplicable murders and suicides occur, step in behind that and call it “mental illness” and implement far-reaching threat-assessment strategies to put the whole society in a straitjacket.
When I say “concoct and invent mental illnesses,” I mean that literally.
These so-called disorders are put in place by committees of psychiatrists, who slice and dice and chop human suffering, pain, and confusion into fancy categories, for which there are no diagnostic tests.
So it may look like Dr. Lynne Fenton, James Holmes’ psychiatrist, and her threat assessment team missed the boat on Holmes and should come in for heavy criticism, but the truth is: the Aurora massacre will only serve to strengthen psychiatry’s position as the preeminent authority on violence prevention.
Here are two examples of how this bogus “prevention” will be achieved. Soon, we will see drugs planted with tiny transmitters that remotely let “health providers” know whether people are complying with their prescribed medication schedules.
What better way to pretend that patients with mental disorders are being kept in line, before they can commit egregious crimes?
The other example is far-reaching to the extreme. It is Obamacare itself. Under the new law, the US Dept. of Health and Human Services is tasked with compiling, yes, a comprehensive list of all diseases and disorders. Step two is listing the approved treatments for these conditions.
At some point, we will see both the diagnoses and the drugs for: prevention of those (fictional) mental disorders that “could lead to violence.” The assumption that you or I or anyone could be the next Batman killer will be built into the system. So will the drug “cure.”
On that day, the Brave New World will reveal more of its ugly countenance.
The basic and strongest argument against what is coming is the freedom to choose or refuse medication. Universally, people still recognize this principle. They understand it. They support it, intellectually and viscerally. This is a freedom anyone can grasp. It must be pursued without compromise.
Otherwise, it could be you who are said to be potentially dangerous.
It could be you who are sedated into being harmless and therefore a Safe Citizen.
They might even give you an ID package which designates your preferred status. And in your addled condition, you might wear the ID as a badge of honor.
What we are witnessing here is Clockwork Orange reconfigured. The jumping off point is James Holmes. But unlike the key figure in Stanley Kubrick’s film, Holmes doesn’t have to be the actual killer. He could merely be a designated patsy left holding the bag. He is, either way, the occasion for implementing medical strategies to condition people into androidal “inner peace.”
Which means passivity, and the acceptance of the Psychiatric Society.
The author of an explosive collection, THE MATRIX REVEALED, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. 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.
About the author:
The author of an explosive new collection, THE MATRIX REVEALED, Jon
was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of
California. 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.