Using “alternate realities” as a form of analysis
By Jon Rappoport
When I finished putting together my collection, The Matrix Revealed, I wrote several prefaces to it. Here is one:
—Start here: if things weren’t the way they are, if they were quite different in specific ways…
What implications would follow?
This can be a very instructive question.
Most people automatically reject alternate realities on the basis of: “Well, they don’t exist, they’re fantasies, so who cares?”
That reaction speaks to a paucity of imagination and little else. It’s a profoundly low-IQ response.
I’ll flesh out an example of an alternate reality and trace the implications. You’ll see it illuminates “things as they are” in an interesting way. This example is based on my experience writing, reading, and watching news for over 30 years. It’s also based on numerous off-the-record conversations I’ve had with mainstream reporters.
Suppose the NY Times…
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