Ok folks, put down your TV remotes, log out of your Netflix and Hulu accounts for a little while, and listen to these 3 podcasts by freelance journalist Jon Rappoport if you want to understand what is probably really going on with COVID19 and the disruptions to our lives and economy.
Jon Rappoport has been an a journalist for 38 years. He has written articles on politics, health, media, culture and art for LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, Village Voice, Nexus, CBS Healthwatch, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe.
In 1982, the LA Weekly submitted his name for a Pulitzer prize, for his interview with the president of El Salvador University, where the military had taken over the campus.
Jon has hosted, produced, and written radio programs and segments in Los Angeles and Las Vegas (KPFK, KLAV). He has appeared as a guest on over 200 radio and television programs, including ABC’s Nightline, Tony Brown’s Journal (PBS), and Hard Copy.
Jon has lectured extensively all over the US on the question: Who runs the world and what can we do about it?
Since 2000, Jon has operated largely away from the mainstream media because, as he puts it:
“My research was not friendly to the conventional media.”
As a journalist and editor myself, I have spent countless hours the past few weeks reading and digesting everything I can on this COVID19 situation. I watch all the White House Press Briefings everyday so I can hear directly from our leaders what is being said to the public about COVID19.
Jon Rappoport is an expert on epidemics and pandemics, and ever since COVID19 has captured the attention of the world, he has been churning out articles and commentaries on a daily basis drawing from his many years of experience in covering topics like this.
It has been hard to keep up with everything he is writing, and apparently I am not the only one who feels that way.
So what Jon has done is summarize everything he has written on the topic so far in easy-to-understand audio podcasts.
These were just published yesterday (April 2, 2020), and at the end of my long day late at night, when I was tempted to turn on my TV to relax for a bit just before retiring for the night, I decided to instead listen to the first podcast, because I knew from following Rappoport for years that what he had to say would most likely be more interesting and riveting than anything I would watch on TV, and keep me awake even though it was late at night.
I was correct, and my intention to just listen to Part 1 was easily overcome as I could not help but listen to all 3 parts before ending my day.
I don’t think you will hear anything like this anywhere else, and it is worth your time to listen to what Jon has to say, and then share it with everyone you know.