by Jon Rappoport
February 27, 2020
In my ongoing coverage of the “epidemic” (archive here), I’ve written about the covert-operation aspect of the brutal game.
I want to add a few notes.
By its very nature, a covert op is meant to CONCEAL its true goals and details and players, so it’s no surprise we have unanswered questions. Rushing to supply all the answers in five minutes is a futile exercise.
A covert op can be invented and planned from the get-go; or players, seeing an event unfold, can jump onboard in mid-stream, take control, and use the event to launch an operation.
A covert op has cover stories and false trails. These are standard in the intelligence business.
A cover story is designed to divert attention from what is actually going on. It is basically a false picture floated to obscure the truth. The intent is: get people dividing into camps and arguing with each other about VARIATIONS of the cover story—thus taking them further from the hidden facts and motives.
In this case, the cover story would be: a contagious virus jumped species in China and started harming and killing people; it’s spread.
People began taking sides: the contagious coronavirus is a natural microbe; it’s a leak from a biowar lab; it was weaponized in a lab and intentionally released; it’s rather harmless for the most part; it’s deadly; its effects are somehow magnified by interacting with chemtrails; because people are dying, the virus must be the cause, etc.
Once people have divided into camps, the covert operators can twist several of these cover-story variations, thus creating false trails, down which people can travel, without ever reaching an end.
For example, a loose study might appear “which proves the coronavirus is a bioweapon.” If you read the study carefully, though, you realize the authors aren’t claiming the virus has been weaponized. Further, the study authors are saying the virus has a peculiarity which MIGHT mean THIS or COULD mean THAT or POSSIBLY IMPLIES something else. And there appear to be no other studies which confirm any of these equivocal findings.
But within an hour of the study being published, fifty thousand people on the Web are circulating this “proof of weaponization.”
In any so-called epidemic, you will see some ex-military or ex-intelligence spook appear out of nowhere with “expert insider testimony” about the virus. He “knows it’s a weapon.” Therefore, it must be.
Likewise, other authority figures will show up to capture audiences with unproven revelations about the “bioweapon virus,” or “the leak of the virus from a lab,” or the “theft of the virus.” Their audience, having rejected conventional media and government authorities, is looking for alternative substitutes. And they’ll get substitutes.