It is an age old, philosophical question that has gone around and around the planetary block for millennia: how can we best usher in a socio-spiritual dispensation that is truly cooperative and inclusive, where societies can be sustainable and basic economic and social needs are met with a minimum of unnecessary suffering? Is it even possible?
From the 1990s to the turn of the millennium, there has been an increase in conceptual paradigms which herald a “Re-enchantment of Reality” or the coming of a “New Earth.” There is an air of anticipation and yearning for change, where a genuine desire for human betterment is clashing with the dominant force of materialism and selfishness. There’s nothing new in that dichotomy but the information revolution that is currently underway could prove to make this particular period of history a pivotal one for the fortunes of the human race.
There are reasons to be proud of humanity’s numerous accomplishments within science and medicine; technological innovation and the important rediscovery of ecological awareness. The latter field of discovery has shown that our nations, regions, villages, communities and the rich diversity of human endeavour operate under dynamic pathways of interrelated and interdependent connections. We have seen that the human family has more in common than the divisive beliefs which seek to continually bind us to conflict.
There are more people on this planet actually thinking for themselves than ever before. Individually and collectively we are just beginning to realise how powerfully creative we are; that we can literally bring forth worlds of immeasurable beauty and genius or the more familiar formula of horror and hell. The latter cycle of suffering and destruction has seemed to characterise human desire for thousands of years where real, positive and lasting change has rarely surfaced. The sensitive psyche of the human being has remained padlocked from its enormous potential, never quite soaring free from its shackles.
So, what are those shackles?
The politician would have an answer, as would the artist, philosopher, scientist and priest. We might hear all kinds of reasonable explanations which would satisfy our head and heart from which we could deliver various rationalisations as to why our history is largely one of genocide and war, starvation and poverty, over tens of thousands of years. Perhaps each in their own way could offer a slice of truth and taken together could form a theory that would cover all the points of contention. Humanity is apparently evolving after all.
Nevertheless, there’d be one line of reasoning which wouldn’t surface in our group of thinkers but nonetheless, remains a profound truth. It could even be at the root of all the major conflicts of the ancient and modern world, a source of negative influence spreading through societies and nations as a cancer upon its host. Many are waking up to the fact that our problem is primarily a psychological one and the historical lack of knowledge regarding the presence of the psychopath and its unimaginably toxic presence within humanity.
Psychopaths in positions of power have been at the forefront of destruction since time immemorial. We are living through a special period of history where we are just starting to realise the implications of having such individuals and groups directing the lives of the global population. There is no greater knowledge humanity can have than to know the presence, behaviour and methods of the psychopath in daily life and on the international scene.
In one sense, there is no such thing as good or evil. I don’t mean to imply that moral relativism has a place in our world. But these qualities could be said to be expressions of ancient beliefs seeking to understand reality by highlighting our need to choose. If we were to experiment with our existence and view ALL manifestations of life as neither intrinsically good or bad, then the evil wouldn’t necessarily disappear but would be seen, literally, in a different light with its power for dominance withheld. In other words, it is the awareness of context in any given moment which offers choice and what action eventuates. To strive for balance is the key, where an excess of either pole – light or darkness – is avoided.
Meantime, understanding the dynamics of evil is the greatest protection one can give oneself and one’s family and friends. The profound implications of cultivating awareness of psychopathy and how it continues to shape our perceptions has yet to be fully grasped. The application of new cerebral band-aids to any spark of illumination regarding the psychopath and his behaviour has characterised the most disastrous periods of history. Flares of progress do occur, yet a comprehensive change in humankind’s willingness to awaken from what can only be described as a learned psychosis has not been forthcoming.
On the one hand, there is a growing awareness of how important is the subject of psychopathy and its effects on societies’ development. We are witnessing a flourishing creativity and connectivity between people sharing new forms of knowledge on the subject, mostly thanks to the internet. The quest for Truth is on the rebound once again. However, parallel to that welcome change, the spectre of ignorance and the refusal to see threatens to overcome us once more, as it has many times throughout history. It seems new generations of children are being born into a world that is experiencing a psychological devolution of extraordinary proportions. It is nothing more than a battle for the survival of Truth, Light, Love and Goodness taking place through us, a reality that is being reflected everywhere in the external world. Whether we acquiesce to darkness and the refusal to see, will define the quality of our future. Indeed, it is my own relationship to that realisation, among many other factors, that prompted me to create this blog.
In recent years, the subject of psychopaths in power has begun to bleed through into collective awareness, most obviously on the internet and thanks to pioneers like Hervey Cleckley, Martha Stout, Robert Hare and most importantly Polish clinical psychologist Andrzej M. Łowbaczweski and his new book finally published by Red Pill Press titled Political Ponerology: A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes (2006) the concepts of which form the bedrock of this blog.
Łowbaczweski’s treatise on psychopathy and related categories of pathology has in my view, done more to elevate the neglected field of psychopathy than any other book today. As a result of the increasingly illogical and bizarre behaviour of our global leaders and the many rapid changes taking place in societies at this time, journalists, academics and the lay public are being introduced to the deeper causes of our seemingly intractable socio-political problems.
To truly understand just how deeply the machinations of the psychopath have penetrated social constructs, most particularly in the modern West, we must take a broad look at many of the places psychopathy has lain undisturbed, hiding behind apparently democratic and well-intentioned ideologies. These have gradually been so eroded within, so infected by the psychopath’s touch that the original ideas have been completely reversed so that only the label or signposts of the initial intent remains. We are at a stage now where we are so inured in the top-down influence of psychopathic discourse that we seem to be suffering from a mass case of Stockholm Syndrome, where we come to love our authoritarian masters and government dictates as the only pathway to comfort and freedom, despite the painful lessons of history. Psychopaths are also masters of adaptation and create new systems of control to subvert and pre-empt our natural will to autonomy, independence, cooperation and most importantly – critical thinking.
From around 4 – 13 years old, my parents used to ask me to recite the Lord’s Prayer before going to sleep. Looking back, they were able to give me a strong spiritual “programming” during those key developmental years which, though I rejected organised religion very early on, served as a vital foundation upon which I could build in later years. But the more I thought about this prayer the more none of it seemed to make sense to my young mind.
What were we forgiving if evil kept doing the same things over and over?
Why wasn’t God’s “will” done on earth, when so many people were praying for it?
Instead, it seemed to invoke just the opposite. How were we to deliver ourselves from evil if it seemed to be seeded inside us? The source of these shadows was so elusive but the net results were more than proof of its existence.
I wondered how it was that humans suffered so intensely. How did Jesus look upon the droves of innocents who were claimed during the crusades and jihads, during famines and genocides, the First and Second World Wars and the legion of manipulated conflicts that are kept alive by an equal number of self-serving despots?
Since the message of Jesus Christ had been disseminated across the globe not only was there the continuance of death and destruction but a refinement of its methods so that the cycles of suffering were prolonged. The message of Judeo-Christian religion had not been used to elevate and better humankind, instead, a monolithic structure of authoritarianism had been erected ensuring perpetual conflict through a mask of compassion and Godliness.
I thought that if God was merciful then he had to have had his reasons why he allowed all this injustice. Maybe He had his hands full or taken on too much; Creation was over-stimulated and the cosmic cup overflowing …
… Unless, God was the zenith of hypocrisy Himself, playing a cruel game of randomicity, letting the dice fall where they will.
Then there was the concept of two faces of God: one dark and vengeful and the other burning bright with compassion and love and we had to choose which one we wanted to follow. When so much deception seemed to blanket everything, how could we know which choice was the correct one? Clearly, the passage of history has shown us that our ability to choose a path that offered a union between humanity, Nature and a living spirituality was lacking.
What was it in modern society that we were not seeing?
Translating this into the pain that men, women and especially children face was something that initially sent me scurrying back into my own void in order to keep it at arm’s length. Isn’t that what we all do for the most of the time in order to function in our lives? If we didn’t maintain such a filter and allowed ourselves to tune in to the sheer scale of suffering then we wouldn’t be able to survive such a psychic onslaught. That maybe so for many of us with highly sensitive natures who pick up on every emotional nuance, but is it so for all of us? Could it be that we have all been gradually programmed to care less and less and to see our brothers and sisters around the globe as inevitable victims of a world that is cruel, selfish and unfair?
We have chosen to be trapped into such a view from a minority who are not from the world of conscience. This realisation must surely lie at the centre of what it means to be human.
Like almost all of us, I was no exception in erecting internal barriers as a means of survival against all the strange influences which didn’t make sense. As war cries were created and slogans of belief were plastered across my vision I fabricated a personality made up of the outer layering of lies that seems to contaminate the human world. Unconsciously, and to different degrees most of us do this in order to exist in a world etched out by fear and as a reaction to the absence of genuine human bonding; where life no longer holds meaning. Mediocrity and artifice become a feedback loop between the outer world and the emptiness of our inner world from which there seems to be no escape. Inside these cultural bubbles, we create a façade that is borne from all the little hurts, humiliations, traumas and fears which we then take for reality. We may even believe that we are happy with our little fabrication, but it is not us – not the real “I” that exists deep down inside that is wholly untouched by the toxic elements pressing in on our psyche on a daily basis. As author Kakuzo Okakura stated: “We take refuge in pride because we are afraid to tell the truth to ourselves.” And self-importance is just a defence against the unknown, uncertainty and the insecurity that it breeds.
This persona, this pathetic facade that we create for ourselves to survive what is fast becoming an Official Culture of normalised pathology, can result in a barrier to authenticity so strong that no shocks can penetrate. Only a shock that is sufficiently crippling, a complete collapse, can offer the hope of renewal. The stepping stones of depression can then offer the potential to see the light at the end of such a tunnel to which we can slowly walk towards, one careful step at a time. It was certainly true in my case and I suspect it may be true for collective humanity in the coming years.
Sometimes as a child or young adult we instinctively become aware that something is wrong with this world in a way that is not explained through current social, philosophical and educational systems. Indeed, anger, sadness and depression can result when we attempt to find meaning and purpose in a world that actively encourages often subtle conformity to authority and beliefs which have no connection to inclusive modes of living and awareness expansion. Those individuals whose awareness flowers early in childhood and toward what they thought was natural and beautiful, sacred and spiritual is quickly crushed under the heavy weight of post modern cynicism and an all pervading scientific materialism. The result is a childhood waiting for a metaphysical revelation that never comes. Instead, a soul-destroying anti-climax arrives that pours scorn on feelings and intuition in favour of a severe intellectualism.
Yet, the cultivation of empathy, emotional healing and thereby conscience is vital for our individual and collective survival. When married to true, objective seeing of our reality AS IT IS and where the intellect is a servant rather than master, it can lead to a perspicacity which allow us to develop true consciousness, by-passing negative constraints and our current imposition of socio-cultural norms.
The character of Morpheus Played by Lawrence Fishburne in the Film The Matrix (1999) perfectly sums up how so many of us feel but cannot put into words:
“What you know you can’t explain, but you feel it. You’ve felt it your entire life, that there’s something wrong with the world. You don’t know what it is, but it’s there, like a splinter in your mind, driving you mad.”
The film became a cult classic not just because it appealed to the glamour of guns and computer generated effects but for the many-layered ancient wisdom to be found in the story and images. It addressed the unconscious and universal archetypes thereby connecting viewers to a vast sub-stratum of repressed truth. Trite as it may be to quote from such a Hollywood movie, the message is acutely relevant regarding the shadow lands of psychopathy and the individuals whose nature it is to control and coerce others. Knowing how evil works in our world is crucial in order to avoid and defend against it.
One of the most potent avenues of manipulation by psychopathic leaders and their minions is the vital force of sexuality. Since this force may be the same as the creative impulse it may explain why it has been targeted by the psychopath and inverted towards an entropic view of life, manifesting as a negative and selfish version of the human drive. The level of how unconscious we are about our sexuality and its deeper meaning in our lives is indicative of the socio-cultural mores which have developed around it.
The philosopher and esotericist George I. Gurdjieff said of this sex drive:
“‘[S]ex plays a tremendous role in maintaining the mechanicalness of life. Everything that people do is connected with “sex”: politics, religion, art, the theater, music, is all “sex.” Do you think people go to the theater or to church to pray or to see some new play? That is only for the sake of appearances. The principal thing in the theater as well as in church, is that there will be a lot of women or a lot of men. This is the center of gravity of all gatherings. What do you think brings people to cafes, to restaurants, to various fetes? One thing only. Sex: it is the principal motive force of all mechanicalness. All sleep, all hypnosis, depends upon it.’ “
The above quote illustrates well the nature of our sexuality and the importance it plays in daily life, for good or for ill. Gurdjieff also hit the bulls-eye when he described human psychology as predominately ordered by “mechanicalness.” He believed that we all live through a consciousness which is kept in place by a socially conditioned personality. This acts as a coping mechanism which seeks to reduce the dissonance between the unconscious and the outer world. As a result, we are “asleep” to our potential, living primarily in major or minor states of dissociation, entirely unaware that this is the case.
Gurdijieff re-introduced ideas from the ancient past that could help us be more aware and thus more alive and conscious. In my view, he was one of the very few that saw exactly what was going on, though his practical methods for taking man closer to his potential appeared too advanced for the time. He understood how difficult it was to “re-wire” human beings away from the pathological nature of society and towards a way of Being that was as deeply spiritual as it was practical.
Perhaps it is indeed true that the power inherent within each human being is sourced from the sexual drive that flows through the physical, intellectual and emotional “bodies” of our being. With the right knowledge and awareness such a drive can be precisely focussed, much like a laser, towards fundamentally inclusive and creative acts instead of being dissipated through activities sourced from ignorance, fear, anger and apathy. Obvious perhaps, but seldom is this potential actualised because we have been closed to the idea of someone or something constantly preventing a more creative and free expression of the human will.
We have been taught to view our sexuality as an addiction to instant gratification or as an exclusive biological burden, the former being seen as a normal expression by a rapid growth in social networks and info-tainment technology, while the latter promoted as scientific dogma, that we are just biological machines without rhyme or reason. We horribly confuse notions of love and sex to the point that children are either highly sexualised or made to feel that the sexual act is dirty. The sexual impulse can birth high art, innovation and improve the quality of our consciousness, or it can be diminished towards an essentially entropic perception of reality which is of course, the domain of the psychopath and various categories of induced pathology.
Whether you agree or disagree with the hypothesis that our sexuality and creativity are bound up together, a key theme which underpins all other dynamics of human relations is the subversion of our highest potential by authoritarian and socially dominating figures who have grafted an anti-human ethos onto our own. Our notions of right human relations are deeply embedded in that conundrum.
If the sexual drive doesn’t necessarily denote procreative impulse but is linked to creativity, intent and perception across all of our mental and emotional faculties then the control of that inheritance in the mass population is of high importance. Such knowledge of mass psychology is held by those who wish to remain at the top of the social pyramid they have so carefully crafted. This need to control and exploit by the relatively few has given rise to ever more extreme forms of sexual exploitation and social control which have flowed like a polluted river through contemporary cultures and past civilizations alike, and which have had a direct bearing on the recording of history and the shaping of myth. The very genetic survival of psychopaths demands mass control, the primary currencies of which are established through our emotions and the stimulation of our lowest instincts. It is the sexual and emotional energy of us all that determines the outcome of boardroom struggles, playground spats; the decision to wreak havoc on the battlefield and the growing commercial success of human trafficking.
As the world’s interstate wars and level of social crime recedes the shadow economics of exploitation ascends. Overt predatory behaviour seems to be streamlined. Human trafficking for forced labour and sexual exploitation is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world, second only to the profits from global drug trafficking. It is a potent symbol of our times. Pornography for example, has now become so mainstream that its imagery can easily be accessed via the internet, while in advertising it has in some instances, become a form of soft porn. This is perceived as a bit of fun, maybe even sexually liberating despite data that suggests it is far from healthy and actually detrimental to the developing mind.
We know very well what it is like to view the shadow side of human sexuality where greed and love of money turns all things into a commodity. But what is the true nature of the sexual illumination that goes beyond mere physical, even hedonistic notions? Can our sexuality become transmuted into something quite different depending on the intent and perceptions cultivated in any one individual or group? En masse, perhaps we have yet to really experience that promise?
On the academic side we can take the Freudian approach and nod sagely that our descent is all a product of sexual repression from the blockages of a patriarchal society. Yet, is this really how the unconscious always works? Not to say that Sigmund Freud’s conceptual framework did not offer valuable insights and useful tools, but the widespread psychoanalytical approach eventually inflicted considerable harm upon the Western psyche by offering cover to psychopathological processes. The school of psychoanalysis conformed to the definition of a cult and offered a pseudo-scientific and extremely narrow view that drowned in its own subjectivity. This interpretation of the unconscious that Freud instigated prevented alternative views from reaching the light of awareness when it was desperately needed. A study of the adaptive, unconscious mind by experimental cognitive and social psychologists was pushed back in favour of Freud’s unconscious approach which, rather than offering genuine healing and long-term liberation from psychological maladies by embracing a multitude of clinical and psychotherapeutic modalities, introduced further layers of pathology that were well-suited to the socio-cultural milieu of the time. Worst of all, as stated, it was to be the perfect cover for psychopaths who would continue their predations while being “misunderstood” with a reliance on gender myths and the hope that there would be an eventual cure found for their affliction.
There are even some who think that Freud himself was a text book case of a psychopath designing a pseudo-psychology for his colleagues who harboured conscience and did not see life as a purely mechanical, nihilistic expression of repressed sexual desire from childhood. For Freud, the release of instincts “inhibited in their aims” was primary, just like any psychopath worth its salt. As a consequence, what resulted was a cult founded on Freud’s own authoritarianism, pessimism, fears and neuroses which he projected onto the world at large.
Though one might say it is unfair to single out Freud and no other practitioners of mass psychology (the scourge of psychiatry for one) it is fair to say that he is the only one who set up an invasive social movement which amassed more power and did more for the protection of psychopaths than any other school in the modern era. As such, the negative effects of psychoanalysis cannot be underestimated in contemporary culture.
Alfred Kinsey‘s “sexual revolution” founded on wholly erroneous data provided by an equally dubious methodology capitalised and extended the hierarchical structure of manipulation into the very core of the human sexual identity, thereby increasing the psychological distortion in generations of people. It strengthened the social authority and its establishment institutions that had everything to gain from such widely propagated delusions, the effects of which we live with today. Psychologist William Reich stated more than fifty years ago that the “character structure … is the congealed sociological process of a given epoch.” Neuropsychological discoveries have indeed shown that if our personalities change, so too can our bodies. We are the walking packets of electro-chemical organisms primed for molding and shaping. Similarly, if the perception of our bodies represent a biological tool or a commodity for attraction or distraction this too must contribute to a change in our personalities. And it is this sociological process brought forth by the pathogenic quality of psychopaths which ultimately determines the fate of our sexual, emotional and intellectual destiny, indeed, the very quality of our consciousness. This fact is not lost on those who are groomed to be power brokers, where form and quantity is consistently lauded over quality and essence.
Just as we must know ourselves in order to navigate with assurance and integrity through life, there are those who know humanity very well and depend on the fact that we remain ignorant of our psychology and mind/body complex. For these Elite to be secure, we must become habituated and inculcated in a strictly materialistic view on the one hand and a highly subjective and “New Age” and / or overtly religious perspective on the other, none of which provide a grounded, pragmatic and meaningful vision of human capabilities. This tactic is both purposeful and learned; a legacy of class and Elite-based perceptions atop a natural human propensity to shun the deeper forces at work in favour of comfortable beliefs.
When populations are “encouraged” along carefully prepared Pavolian lines, transmarginal inhibition (where the body-mind shuts down from stress) will ensure all manner of new strictures to be accepted which would otherwise have been quickly rejected. Information is everywhere yet the time to fully process it is increasingly absent. When an individual or a large demographic is placed in a state of hysteria through carefully marketed forms of fear-inducing propaganda they become abnormally suggestible and one set of behaviour patterns can be replaced by another without any need for persuasive indoctrination. In states of fear and excitement, we human beings will accept the most outrageous suggestions, whether it is the invasion and rape of other nations or the justification of torture all wrapped up in the flag of “democracy.”
Psychopaths act as pathogens on individuals and organisations and once allowed to seed, invert any and all towards a negative or entropic pathway. The knowledge of this fact may help to prevent and protect against an endless cycle of return or what Lobeczewski called the “ponerogenesis of evil.” It is the psychopath’s conception of reality and sub-categories of pathological deviancy that has come to define the nature of human sexuality in the 21st century and sociological pathways traditionally resistant to freedom of the human mind.
As a tried and tested precursor to “breaking” a population “The Shock Doctrine” is timelessly effective for initiating the kind of change you would like to impose on normal people, those with the potential for conscience, whether it be through economics or entertainment. Anyone taking a sober look at the United States today can look back and see how easy it was to induce the kind of hysteria that was needed during and after the events of September 11th 2001. In a country where superficiality has tended to mean substance, where secondary and High School education has been systematically dumbed down by corporate interests it goes some way in explaining the ease by which a conditioned populace jumped aboard a neo-imperialism which would irrevocably change the democratic landscape within America and Europe and continues to do so.
In my view, the very notion of government, its agencies and our post-modern culture are largely psychopathological constructs designed to harness and suppress not only true psycho-sexual and creative freedom but to limit and distort the natural capacity for normal people to self-organise and cooperate; to express love, intimacy, compassion, plurality and conscience – the natural indicators of a healthy communion of human beings. This diversion of our potential causes us to think that we live according to much-lauded constructs of ethics and morality. These, if effective at all on paper, have almost no part to play once filtered through present social strictures, though we live with the illusion that they do. It is easy to think that all is well with the world when buffered and insulated by technology which, while bringing people together and extending connections, we are in danger of being lost inside its allure, where quality is rapidly lost to an “age of access” and the sheer speed of innovation for innovation’s sake. (This is aside from the very real health issues of technology in reshaping our neurology in alarming ways).
If we are all so enamoured of our emerging “SMART society” forging ahead to integrate all and everything into one seamless vision of accessibility and efficiency, where we will seldom have to make any effort at all, what will this say about our ability to think critically and discern truth from lies? Will we in the West and increasingly in the developing world, as Aldous Huxley prophesized, begin to: “love our servitude” and become surrounded by pharmacologically-bound leisure time trapped in mega-cities?
Do people with conscience decide the direction we take or is it still a psychopathic minority? If the latter, as seems to be the case, then we must assume that technological innovation will remain tied to the psychopath’s desires and thus a world steered away from conscience. To that end, the mass consciousness appears to be undergoing a vast experiment from a dominant minority that seeks to draw everyone towards a particular brand of centralised control under the cover of bureaucratic jargon and various polite-sounding euphemisms. The energy needed to fuel such a road to hell does not simply come from those whose nature demands the exploitation and profit from his neighbour, but from minds conditioned to believe that such exploitation is normal and indicative of a “cultural adaptation,” thereby allowing exclusive and unsustainable modes of living to continue. When you have grown up in a world that is “inside the devil” it is difficult to imagine anything else can be different, let alone that we can have a part in changing it.
Psychopaths in leadership roles have been slowly chipping away at the collective conscience of humanity for some considerable time. In the 21st century most of us do not see how narcissistic our way of life has become and that much of what we consider “culture” is merely mandated as the “official” one tied to the market place. Control via dogma and official consensus pervades all domains, whether religious or scientific. It serves as a means of papering over the cracks to a more meaningful and empowered set of values, values that much of the Establishment consider dangerous for the masses. Too much freedom and thinking threatens their existence.
We in the West are just as immersed in abuse as the child labourer in India or the sex slave in Moldova. The latter examples of exploitation are overt and tangible, the more covert and subtle forms which exist in affluent societies are no less toxic or pervasive. By highlighting sexual abuse in particular, I hope to use this as a metaphor for the deeper battle that is being fought within our own minds: whether we choose to accept the abuse of Truth that takes place on a daily basis and to which have become accustomed or, if we choose to take on the mantle of aligning ourselves to Truth within ourselves and in so doing how we manifest it naturally in the external world. Then, I think qualitative change may come and wash over generations of such abuse. But it cannot arrive from seeking change before there is some level of change within.
In the blogsphere the subject of sexual abuse and exploitation is generally written from the humanitarian perspective and/or from the point of view of the child advocate, Christian conservative or liberal-minded academic. There is a polarisation from each camp which usually reinforces personal beliefs and assumptions. It is the “divide and rule” maxim that appears more frequently in sexual exploitation than any other subject I have seen. It is precisely this dynamic that ensures that injustice and victim-hood continues. Reverse psychology ploys frequently operate to retain pervasive clouds of misunderstanding and confusion. These continually act as a cover for those who know exactly how to play on the good intentions of those insufficiently grounded in the objective realities of our world.
Children, our hope for the future, have had little chance to react against the social conditioning that inevitably uses their waiting creativity for the mass market; before they become the wardens of a system that is sewn into their very cells. The question why child abuse and exploitation continues is answered when we realise that it stems from a core pathology that is seeded in us all, drawn from an “Official Culture” – a natural state of psychopathy, a manifestation of which is cartel-capitalism, politically correct social engineering and a toxic loss of meaning and values. We adapt to this dominant paradigm of materialism and artifice because role models and movements founded on truth and meaning have been eroded away. We absorb these ways of being from education, our peers and our parents who have, in turn, suffered from the same inculcation. Each generation is immersed in the ocean of psychopathology which makes sociopaths of many and narcissists – by degree – of us all.
The depth of distrust, suspicion and fear causes us to cling to the mollification of authority and the denial of feelings. We become misplaced cynics fond of rationalisations and elaborate theories to keep reality at bay. True thinking becomes rare. This has laid the ground for what Andrew Łobaczewski calls a Pathocracy: “a system of government thus created, wherein a small pathological minority takes control over a society of normal people. The name thus selected, above all, emphasizes the basic quality of the macro-social psychopathological phenomenon, and differentiates it from the many possible social systems dominated by normal people’s structure, custom, and law.”
This has the very real danger of emerging globally over the next decade.
Or is that too “conspiratorial”?
President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, gave an explicit warning to both government and the public at ‘The President And The Press’, event on April 27th 1961 when he said: “[W]e are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy…” As we know, he was assassinated by persons unknown on Friday, November 22nd 1963. One of the instant gatekeepers preventing constructive discourse is the reality of conspiracy. If you wish to discredit someone then the rhetorical labelling of “conspiracy theorist” certainly does the job. It is a cynical trick and an effective one.
However, Machiavelli and the bloody course of history attest to the fact that we live in a world where the corporate, political and institutional systems are all conspiratorial by nature. Academics often ensconced in their specialist domains attribute “natural” shifts arising from socio-economic factors alone and somehow think it quite impossible that there could be any secret or conspiratorial planning involved in setting the direction of societies. Any historian with an open mind will concur that our past is replete with manipulations behind closed doors. Whether in ordinary relationships or the corporate boardroom – conspiracies not only exist but they work in partnership with the aforementioned socio-economic influences. One begets the other. It is the height of naivety to insist that this isn’t true. Though more often than not, such a perspective is simply a refusal to see. Who wants to dig so deep? Change is painful especially when ones beliefs are based on maintaining an emotional comfort and the certainty that this provides.
Conspiracy doesn’t have to mean aliens on mars or moon hoaxes. Indeed, there are literally scores of conspiracy theories which have since been proven to be conspiracy fact after the passage of time. Conspiracy is simply a product of the world in which we live yet routinely ridiculed precisely because it is an illustration of a fundamental truth.
I’d like to include a lengthy passage from Oxford University historian Richard M. Dolan, an expert on U.S. Cold War strategy and Soviet culture who presents some pointed insights on the subject:
The United States comprises large organizations – corporations, bureaucracies, ‘interest groups,’ and the like – which are conspiratorial by nature. That is, they are hierarchical, their important decisions are made in secret by a few key decision-makers, and they are not above lying about their activities. Such is the nature of organizational behaviour. ‘Conspiracy,’ in this key sense, is a way of life around the globe.
Within the world’s military and intelligence apparatuses, this tendency is magnified to the greatest extreme. During the 1940s, […] the military and its scientists developed the world’s most awesome weapons in complete secrecy… […]
Anyone who has lived in a repressive society knows that official manipulation of the truth occurs daily. But societies have their many and their few. In all times and all places, it is the few who rule, and the few who exert dominant influence over what we may call official culture. – All elites take care to manipulate public information to maintain existing structures of power. It’s an old game.
America is nominally a republic and free society, but in reality an empire and oligarchy, vaguely aware of its own oppression, within and without. I have used the term ‘national security state’ to describe its structures of power. It is a convenient way to express the military and intelligence communities, as well as the worlds that feed upon them, such as defence contractors and other underground, nebulous entities. Its fundamental traits are secrecy, wealth, independence, power, and duplicity.
Nearly everything of significance undertaken by America’s military and intelligence community in the past half-century has occurred in secrecy. The undertaking to build an atomic weapon, better known as the Manhattan Project, remains the great model for all subsequent activities. For more than two years, not a single member of Congress even knew about it although its final cost exceeded two billion dollars.
During and after the Second World War, other important projects, such as the development of biological weapons, the importation of Nazi scientists, terminal mind-control experiments, nationwide interception of mail and cable transmissions of an unwitting populace, infiltration of the media and universities, secret coups, secret wars, and assassinations all took place far removed not only from the American public, but from most members of Congress and a few presidents. Indeed, several of the most powerful intelligence agencies were themselves established in secrecy, unknown by the public or Congress for many years.
Since the 1940s, the U.S. Defence and Intelligence establishment has had more money at its disposal than most nations. In addition to official dollars, much of the money is undocumented. From its beginning, the C.I.A. was engaged in a variety of off-the-record “business” activities that generated large sums of cash. The connections of the CIA with global organized crime (and the de facto trade of international narcotics trade) are well established and documented for many years. – Much of the original money to run the American intelligence community came from very wealthy and established American families, who have long maintained an interest in funding national security operations important to their interests.
In theory, civilian oversight exists over the US national security establishment. The president is the military commander-in-chief. Congress has official oversight over the CIA. The F.B.I. must answer to the Justice Department. In practice, little of this applies. One reason has to do with secrecy. […]
A chilling example of such independence occurred during the 1950s, when President Eisenhower effectively lost control of the U.S. nuclear arsenal. The situation deteriorated so much that during his final two years in office, Eisenhower asked repeatedly for an audience with the head of Strategic Air Command to learn what America’s nuclear retaliatory plan was. What he finally learned in 1960, his final year in office, horrified him: half of the Northern Hemisphere would be obliterated.
If a revered military hero such as Eisenhower could not control America’s nuclear arsenal, nor get a straight answer from the Pentagon, how on earth could Presidents Truman, Kennedy, Johnson, or Nixon regarding comparable matters?
Secrecy, wealth and independence add up to power. Through the years, the national security state has gained access to the world’s most sophisticated technology sealed off millions of acres of land from public access or scrutiny, acquired unlimited snooping ability within U.S. borders and beyond, conducted overt or clandestine actions against other nations, and prosecuted wars without serious media scrutiny. Domestically, it maintains influence over elected officials and communities hoping for some of the billions of defence dollars.
Deception is the key element of warfare, and when winning is all that matters, the conventional morality held by ordinary people becomes an impediment. When taken together, the examples of official duplicity form a nearly single totality. They include such choice morsels as the phony war crisis of 1948, the fabricated missile gap claimed by the air force during the 1950s, the carefully managed events leading to the Gulf of Tonkin resolution… […]
The secrecy stems from a pervasive and fundamental element of life in our world, that those who are at the top of the heap will always take whatever steps are necessary to maintain the status quo.
[S]keptics often ask, ‘Do you really think the government could hide [anything] for so long?’ The question itself reflects ignorance of the reality that secrecy is a way of life in the National Security State. Actually though, the answer is yes, and no.
Yes, in that cover-ups are standard operating procedure, frequently unknown to the public for decades, becoming public knowledge by a mere roll of the dice. No, in that … information has leaked out from the very beginning. It is impossible to shut the lid completely. The key lies in neutralizing and discrediting unwelcomed information, sometimes through official denial, other times through proxies in the media.
[E]vidence [of conspiracy] derived from a grass roots level is unlikely to survive its inevitable conflict with official culture. And acknowledgement about the reality of [conspiracies] will only occur when the official culture deems it worthwhile or necessary to make it. Don’t hold your breath.
This is a widespread phenomenon affecting many people, generating high levels of interest, taking place in near-complete secrecy, for purposes unknown, by agencies unknown, with access to incredible resources and technology. A sobering thought and cause for reflection.”
This is indeed sobering. So much so, that many of us have no wish to go there, least of all to reflect on it. And this helps to keep these secretive cabals of criminality in place. What is even more objectionable is that “conspiracy theory” is a phrase that was coined as part of a campaign launched in 1967 by none other than the CIA to discredit those with such “theories.” In response to a Freedom of Information request by the New York Times in 1976, a dispatch was revealed outlining a precise psychological operation (PSYOPS) against what was described as a: “… trend of opinion [that] is a matter of concern to the U.S. government, including our organization,” [CIA]. The dispatch was designed to: “… provide material countering and discrediting the claims of the conspiracy theorists, so as to inhibit the circulation of such claims in other countries.” (Read the full post at Washington’s Blog).
Most deception takes place through a little tweaking and tinkering within social systems already suitably tenderised. These need only slight adjustments to direct the currents of beliefs and their reactive emotions along specially prepared pathways and designed to elicit responses that will increase the strength of that collective flow towards specific goals already planned in advance. In other words, this is the Hegelian dialectic, more commonly known as the formula of “problem-reaction-solution” or “Strategy of Tension”, much favoured by the Anglo-American Establishment and its Zionist counterparts.
Vatican directives under the crusades and against the 13th century Cathars included the use of rape and slaughter which were politically expedient methods, fitting for the common good and justified under God’s mandate. What has really changed? Psychopaths wear suits and ties and accomplish similar goals under the cover of “humanitarian” and “Christian” objectives. Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and a legion of other countries put to the sword under British, American and Israeli crusades are testament to the fact.
The Mainstream media (MSM) has not only been complicit in allowing innumerable lesser cover-ups and covert operations to go unquestioned and undetected, it has permitted the overarching conspiracy of perception management and social engineering that defines much of European and American history of the last 200 years. Real investigative journalism that seeks the truth above all else is a tragic myth shackled by the monopolisation of five corporations and the cynical greed of politics and ideology. Conspiracy has been traditionally seen as the province of the lunatic thanks to the media empires that control what we see, hear and think.
But why does it still persist?
Professor James F. Tracy has this to say on the subject:
“The conspiracy theory/theorist soubriquet is reflexively feared by professional journalists and academics alike who believe (with some justification) their reputations will be undermined by such thought crimes against the state. Thus, like an instrument that would easily be at home in the most extreme totalitarian regimes, intellectual workers self-discipline themselves as the “conspiracy theory” mechanism determines the trajectory and parameters of public discourse, dissent, and recollection.
Intellectual cowardice is reinforced by a set of circumstances whereby even if alternative accounts questioning the official line are exhaustively researched and documented with credible information and sources, mobilization of the “conspiracy theory” label by state censors and their journalistic accomplices will render the counter-arguments suspect. And, in an on-the-go culture where citizens are heavily reliant for information on headlines and sound-bites versus deliberate analysis, such lines of reasoning are destined for the memory hole.”
It is this “memory hole” that maintains the status quo and can be applied to all power structures predicated on fear and ignorance. Words such as “anti-Semitic”, “paedophile”, “Climate change denier,” “Communist,” can all evoke instant emotional reactions that have little or nothing to do with the facts. Conspiratorial machinations large or small, are the foundation upon which geo-politics lives and breathes yet to suggest such a thing is tantamount to believing the moon is made of green cheese. Conspiracies conjured up by sensationalist journalism miss the point that the most successful conspiracy operates by being an open one, where society and culture are so inured in pathological constructs and the ignorance upon which they thrive that the public cannot hope to anything approaching an objective view of the situation.
The vast majority of conspiratorial beliefs are on show and readily accessible. One just has to do the research and develop a healthy respect for objective and dispassionate analysis. That is no guarantee, once you have connected the dots that you will be able to share your research without meeting considerable resistance. It is precisely because belief is such a powerful barrier to any empirical and deductive proof that social control – by those outside any democratic accountability – can continue unimpeded.
It seems the more comfortable you are in this society the less likely it is that you will be open to objective truth.
More importantly, the will to conspire is the everyday nature of the psychopath and the “official culture” that dominates our world-views. It is this that has been allowed to determine the nature of our societies, not the notions of democracy, liberty and the ideals of romanticized revolution. Labels can cover a multitude of ideologies and altruistic intentions that have long since withered and died behind their noble facades. Again: “Deception is the key element of warfare, and when winning is all that matters, the conventional morality held by ordinary people becomes an impediment.”
The deep and visceral understanding that we live in the psychopaths’ world made in their image is the first step to real freedom and liberation from their thrall, a genetically determined nature that forces this beautiful earth into a living hell of perpetual war, environmental degradation and a poverty of the mind that sees all sentient life as cogs in a machine to be mercilessly exploited. Journalist and former university lecturer Kevin Barrett summarised it perfectly:
“The only conspiracy that matters is the conspiracy of psychopaths against the rest of us.”
We are living in the information age, The Third Industrial Revolution where choices to liberate ourselves from a very real stranglehold on our potential exists. There is a great opportunity to pull ourselves up by the bootstraps if we have the courage to embrace our fears, shed cherished beliefs while keeping an open but sceptical mind as this ocean of information laps at our awareness. The hope resides in the emerging generation of young men and women who will not tolerate exploitation and injustice and for whom applied knowledge is the antidote to ignorance.
The pathogen hitching a ride on the host never understands anything more than the will to feed and is blind to the fact that it will die should the host’s life blood be drained dry. To free humanity from this consciousness prison may require enormous change at the deepest level of the human condition. The Philosopher Michel Foucault put it in these terms: “If repression has indeed been the fundamental link between power, knowledge, and sexuality since the classical age, it stands to reason that we will not be able to free ourselves from it except at a considerable cost.” But this cost will not come from rearranging and re-ordering our external world to fit a fragmented and subjective view of reality. It must come from within ourselves and a willingness to shed beliefs about how we think the world works and to have the courage to lift the veil that presently shrouds so much of our socio-cultural heritage.
I make no apologies for the fact that this is not easy reading. The reader will be looking into a very real abyss, depending how much of the information is new to you. It is a dangerous lie that is often seen within the Human Potential or New Age Movement that by focusing on the negative we somehow “give it energy” and thereby increase its power. It is precisely due to our lack of understanding about the nature of evil and our very human tendency to find a safe place within which buffers us from unpalatable and shocking truths thereby allowing the evil to breed and expand unhindered. I am no stranger to that and live with the guilt and shame of my own contribution to that denial, hopefully left firmly in the past.
The prevailing line in so many ontological debates is to try and suggest that evil does not exist and there is only moral relativism and good which encompasses all. The latter may be true but it has little relation to the actual events on the ground. It amounts to a dangerous fallacy which gives more energy for its camouflage. Moreover, if that is the case and we should all just think positive thoughts and deny evil exists, can we not say that love and goodness are also nothing more than illusions? In fact, in the correct balance, the negative and positive polarities are intimately part of each other, just as the symbol of Yin and Yang describes so beautifully. As one writer mentioned: “Shadow defines light.” Once we face the possibility that we harbour each polarity within ourselves and our daily lives, once we see ourselves as we really are we, we will be better placed to see how deception and objective truth manifest in the outer world that mysteriously connects us all. As C.G. Jung wisely told us: “No tree it is said, can grow to heaven unless its roots reach down to hell.”
An extreme of “love and light” is just as damaging as the pinnacle of negativity: the former allows the other to continue unimpeded where the fear of this primal truth is covered up with wishful thinking; a fervent belief that evil cannot exist in its purest form and that all we need to do is heal it. Well, perhaps evil has just as much right to exist as Love? Perhaps our job is to recognise it, call it out and defend against its voracious presence as best we can. It is not our job to deny it and propel its nature into the realm of abstraction. That way lies cancer and all manner of auto-immune diseases sourced from the psychic stress this denial creates. This glitch in the human psyche has always allowed such darkness to slip unnoticed into the next phase of feeding and it will continue to do so if we let it.
Each and every voice from every walk of life counts and has the uniquely creative potential to change its environment for the better. We do not have to become like those in power, nor do we need to become victims of evil, but we must understand it to be free of its machinations, and in doing so, we liberate our awareness to choose decisively in favour of truth, freedom and love. That’s the theory. Are we, the human family able to make that leap? I have no idea. Bottom line: Unless people are aware of the existence of pathological types in their midst, anything that is genuinely creative and qualitatively enduring has no chance. This is the primary lesson of history. As the quotation goes: “Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it.” It is for this reason that the profundity of the psychopath’s effects in the world cannot be overstated. Yet, it takes time to fully grasp the profound implications.
Perhaps in time, you may lend your voice to the growing chorus of those who will not acquiesce to psychopathic actions carried out in our name and arrive at a more refined understanding of just how vital is the knowledge of the psychopath for the survival of contemporary cultures.
The creation of this blog is an attempt to find out, by pin-pointing the ways in which organised evil – psychopaths in power – have taken over the steering wheel of humanity’s destiny. To that end, these essays offer a way to reflect on the world I see before me. It was both a cathartic exercise and an investigative one. However, whilst offering a certain healing balm any form of creativity, intellectual or otherwise can also be an escape from some inner demon or another; a distraction against locating the issues we have within ourselves. Just look at the legion of artists and tortured souls who find solace in the creative act and produce elaborate expositions on the nature of the human condition. Writing about such themes opens up cracks in one’s own self-concept which can cause change or contraction. I hope at this stage, a greater understanding of my reasons and motives for writing and has helped to understand and modify my own behaviour in daily life.
While this blog is very much a personal journey I have tried to limit my subjective analyses by including as many sources as possible. I’ve had to be selective in what I chose to include and omit. As such, it is inevitably missing many pieces of the overall picture. It is also important to state that this is largely a derivative exercise in terms of reference. It is designed to be a synthesis of the current streams of pathology in our modern world not to create a Universal Theory of Everything. I have sought to make this blog as accessible as possible without it being too simplistic so that most people with a passion for questioning will find something interesting.
I’m also not seeking to set myself up as any kind of authority or expert. Far from it! It is simply my personal view, drawn from my own experiences and many individuals’ and current schools of thought from geo-politics, social science, culture and psychology. I present many pioneers and trail-blazers of wisdom and courage for whom I have the greatest respect and who provided me with clear windows on the nature of the world. So, it’s a big pic ‘n’ mix of views and hypotheses which I hope will provide you with food for thought in order to help you to look at your own life and actions in this context.
Lest the reader think I am a cynic, pessimist and simply searching for ways to tear down and criticize – I am an optimistic-realist with absolute faith in human beings and our potential for immeasurable acts of altruism and dynamic change. Nothing will be accomplished however, until we are prepared to see thing as they really are not as we would like them to be. Believing the lies in ourselves helps to support the lies in the external world – that is one fact that is beyond dispute. When you believe a lie, even if it is a minor one, this can lead to a greater erosion of the ability to discern bigger lies. The net result is that you become part of the deceit and most certainly integrated into an often unconscious embrace of that pathology. Once our cherished beliefs have been shattered and we experience the pain of loss we also have the potential to know freedom of the mind and the unlimited scope of Knowledge. I am taking my own very small steps toward that process like so many others during this exciting period of history. The commentator Henry Louis Mencken had this to say about those who think outside the box “without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos” and as such, is perceived as dangerous to any authority and therefore:
“Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane and intolerable, and so, if he is romantic, he tries to change it. And even if he is not romantic personally he is apt to spread discontent among those who are.”
So, this blog is an attempt to spread some positive discontent…
I’d also like to mention that while reading, do not identify with the horrors to the extent that you feel dis-empowered and victimized. That is not the intent. After all, the most common way we all give up our power is by being persuaded that we don’t have any! If this drawing together of information truly informs then it will, in a very small way, add to pushing that door to freedom a little more ajar so that together we can apply the pressure against the historical weight of the psychopath’s dream. The only way the darkness can lessen is to shine a light on it. To do that with precision we must know where, how and why it manifests.
With that new understanding perhaps we may be able to offer a blueprint for coming generations; a psycho-spiritual gift that not only transcends the bloody rivers of history but builds bridges for the future; where destruction is no longer a way of life, but a distant memory kept in place by truly understanding the past.
The present offers this opportunity.
This blog can be broken down into 8 sections. A very brief summary of each follows:
Part I: Official Culture Posts 1 – 24
This section deals with the theory of an underlying pathology that presently informs Western societies. A section on the plague of Narcissism which is currently plaguing populations is followed by brief explorations of art, mainstream media, technology; the corporate sector, pornography, Big Pharma, entertainment, economics and education. This section also studies the propensity for politicization, fraud and the gateway to pathology often permitted through good intentions via the charity sector and non-governmental organisations. UNICEF is studied against the backdrop of the Iraq war and the NSPCC in the United Kingdom and their handling of abuse and PR related campaigns. The “Live Aid” concerts and UK Government’s role in food aid and myth-making on Africa are also analysed.
Part II: Psychopathy and Ponerology Posts 25 – 31
This section explores the currents of ponerology as expressed within the ruling classes often termed the “elite” or the Establishment and the basis of a rapidly forming Pathocracy.
The male and female psychopath is defined and the methods by which they go undetected, thus able to warp normal human’s concepts, ideas and geo-political directions towards strictly pathological lines.
I will look at ponerology as a “rape of conscience” and how it is expressed through the a tool of warfare in Africa and in the United States and European military, politics, academia and related institutions. The invasion of Iraq and the normalising of torture will be explored in this context, set against an introduction of psychopathic and psychopathological views of reality.
Part III: Psycho-Sexual Subversion: Chapters 32 – 61
There will be special attention paid to the statistics, psychology, history and current status in society of paedophilia (male and female) and child molesters as well as so-called “paedophile apologists” in some sectors of academia. Homosexuality, feminism and gender stereotyping are studied as reflected through pathological dictates and how sexual behaviour and gender norms have been distorted and used as social engineering tools.
Sexual abuse in suburbia in the UK and the US is reviewed prior to studying the legacy of Alfred Kinsey and his “Sexual Revolution,” which in turn, gave rise to the “Sex Establishment” and the mainstreaming of sexual pathology and perversion.
A brief look at media reporting of child rape networks with figureheads such as Jerry Sandusky and Jimmy Savile are briefly covered.
The influence of Freud and psychoanalysis is briefly placed under the microscope and its contribution to the camouflaging of psychopathic dynamics in society.
The dogma of anti-sexuality and overt sexualisation of the younger generation and the relationship to eroticism and civil rights is reviewed from the American and British perspective. The New Evangelism of the “War on Terror” and the erosion of civil liberties have leeched over into a new criminalisation of sexual behaviour on the one hand and an underlying promotion of sexual pathology on the other.
We will then turn to the technique of scapegoating the public to create “moral panics” in order to maintain and protect criminal deviant networks at the Elite level. This is followed up with a study of organised paedophilia networks and intra-familial ritual sexual abuse in a suburban context and in law.
The corruption of the British and US justice system and family courts will be studied from the female and male perspective, with case studies of each.
An exploration of gender bias against fathers in custody battles will be looked at as well as the relationship of gender stereotypes and myths which serve to support the presence of female and male psychopaths in the law courts.
Domestic abuse and child murders will also be reviewed. Statistical analysis will be supplied on the nature of gender bias and the roots of radical feminism and its present day influences.
Finally in this section, a study of online child pornography and paedophilia networks in Europe along with an analysis of the scapegoating and false accusations directed at the public mentioned previously. I will also pay special attention to joint European and US operations that targeted individuals and paedophile rings using highly controversial methods of entrapment. Questions are asked about the nature of such operations, (Do they create paedophiles?) their connection to civil liberties, censorship and intelligence objectives in both the US and the UK.
Causes of the rise in child pornography in society and the government’s role in stemming or encouraging its presence is questioned. The internet culture of helping police track down paedophiles is also explored as is the nature of surveillance and privacy issues.
We finish this section with a look at False Memory syndrome and the devaluing of abuse testimony.
Part IV: Networks Posts: 62 – 82
Follows several cases of organised paedophile / child rape networks operating predominantly in Europe but also across the world.
A major focus is the Bryn Estyn Abuse in Wales, UK and the controversial police trawling techniques used and review of the scapegoating, moral panics and witch-hunts that ensued.
This follows a discussion of the economic influences in Britain as factors leading to child abuse and the propensity for children to become easy prey for sexual predators. This precedes an analysis of the handling by police and social services of The Dunblane School Massacre. Questions about the paedophile Thomas Hamilton’s links to freemasonry, top government officials and the massacre itself are explored.
The Marc Dutroux case will be offered as a case study for understanding how organised child abuse networks may operate as well as presenting evidence suggesting such abuse is the norm at higher echelons within hierarchical power structures. A “top-down” approach to influencing society’s sexual and emotional behaviour is implied. The severe corruption of police, law and the justice system and the presence of satanic ritual abuse networks are all also reviewed.
A further look at paedophile network operations in Europe is summarised (the Casa Pia scandal in Italy in particular) prior to looking at government paedophile and child abuse accusations in Australia’s government and the cover-up which followed.
There is also an overview of some of the worst child sex rings in the United States of recent times. This includes a look at modern slavery and the missing set against the backdrop of the corruption of the Bush Administration. Two scandals are analysed in this context including the homosexual prostitution ring otherwise known as “Gannon-gate” and the connections to the Franklin child sex abuse cover up.
The United Nations sexual abuse and trafficking scandals comes under the spotlight along with their relationship to outsourcing companies. Private armies such as Dyncorp, Wackenhut (now G4S) and Blackwater (Xe) are examined along with their relationship to US Federal and European governmental organisations. Dyncorp’s role in Latin America and the reasons why it has been implicated in narcotics smuggling and the sex trade, as well as human rights abuses and corruption is explored.
The relationship between the Pentagon and its private armies is discussed and the new phenomenon of out-sourcing PR and propaganda techniques to these same security companies.
Part V: Angry Gods: posts 83 – 104
The child abuse scandal in the Catholic Church and various cases brought against the institution is examined in detail as its hierarchical structure, its sexual mores and the corruption that gave rise to paedophilia, child molestation and other abuses.
This leads us on to the nature of religious authoritarianism in the United States and how it is presently guiding both American domestic and foreign policy. Religious fanaticism as expressed through the dominionists and Christian Zionists and their influence on contemporary US politics is also discussed.
An historical comparison is offered between the rise of the heretical sect Catharism and the actions of the Catholic Church of the Middle Ages in order to show the existence of an early example of religious Pathocracy.
In this section there is also an analysis of Zionism, Judaism and the intelligence apparatus of the MOSSAD and their social, cultural and geo-political influences on the world stage. Sexpionage, spying and false flag attacks of the agency are studied as well as the influence of Jewish extremism from Chabad Lubavitch presently ensconced in US political system.
The Russian-Jewish mafia, its history and its present activities are looked at and its links to contemporary politics and the underworld. A brief history of Judaism will be reviewed in this context along with an analysis of the Jewish, socio-cultural influences largely drawn from Jewish academics not fearful of criticizing Jewish Identity. Circumcision, the Kabbalah, sexual abuse, the legacy of the holocaust and the parallels of Nazism with Zionism are some of the subjects under discussion.
Israel and its exploitation and oppression of the Palestinian people – including organ trafficking make up the final series of posts in this section.
Part VI: Establishment Dynamics: Posts: 105 – 177
An exploration of the Nazi-occult influences working in the United States today including the CIA’s involvement with programs of mind control targeted against the American population and the existence of military occult homosexual sex rings; prostitution and child rape networks is also discussed. The presence of existential Satanism in society and at the highest levels of government is also explored.
We next to turn to the occult roots and the evolution of its presence in the United Nations and the highly influential strains of the occult and New Age Movement within its agencies. The Lucis Trust, the nature of its beliefs and its related affiliations will come under particular focus.
Occult precepts of world revolution and its origins are reviewed with attention given to the era of Enlightenment or “Age of Reason.” Parallel to this, the now popular mythology of Illuminism and how it relates to the Establishment world stage in the 21st Century is also highlighted. The French Revolution and its genesis is analysed in this context and the evolution of Elite belief thereafter.
This section further outlines the some of the historical roots which inform the current frameworks of a global totalitarianism or “World State” of psychopathy, otherwise known as Pathocracy.
We run through all the main players most likely to have a hand in its genesis. A detailed look at each of these organisations and groups is followed by a basic extrapolation of their ideas and the roles they play on the national and international scene.
The ideas and ideologies underlying pathocratic conquest and social engineering are reviewed in the US and Britain and the emergence of their designs in many fields of geo-political policy. The convergence of capitalism and collectivism; the 4Cs (commercialisation, consolidation centralisation and control) and the evolution and application of their belief systems.
The purpose of social engineering in economics (corporatism and collectivism dichotomy) and the use of the “scientific technique” in society up to the present day, is reviewed and its marriage to “new-genics” in contemporary society.
Planned Parenthood, UNESCO origins and the geopolitical tool of “food as a weapon” agribusiness and uses of genetic engineering under the umbrella term of the “Green Revolution” are also analysed. Genetically modified organisms, (GMO) play a huge part in the game-plan of psychopaths in power and we look at what they hope to achieve under the guise of philanthropy and “feeding the World.”
The hijacking of the green movement and environmental activism by eco-fascistic principles and a form of “eco-Intelpro” is reviewed and its history and origins in British and German royalty and the Anglo-American establishment. We appraise how a fusion of authoritarianism, corporatism and eco-fascist ideology has infiltrated the United Nations and many environmental organisations and institutions.
We look at how eco-fascism has been updated and applied in present day politics, activism, economics and green agendas such as sustainability, agenda 21 and climate change science.
This is followed by a detailed look into the rise of SMART-Surveillance society (SSS); UN Agenda 21 and Sustainable development, as well as an exploration of a rising technocracy under the steerage of transhumanism and its influence within government, military and society as a whole. The concept of a fusion between the occult and transhumanism as an alchemical metaphor for elite designs is introduced.
Part VII: 9/11: Posts: 178 – 214
The final chapter will deal with the events in the United States on September 11th, 2001. Perhaps, more than any other event since the First and Second World Wars, the so-called terrorist attacks on 9/11 both symbolically and objectively changed the world forever and opened the door to the prospect of global pathocratic rule.
These posts attempt to understand some of the forces behind the attacks and to show how the official story was a carefully engineered fantasy. We will Edward Bernays and the Tavistock Institute, and their part in the application of propaganda; how the mind can be programmed to believe almost anything.
We then turn to the results of this decades old mind control techniques inflicted on the population by looking at the Terror industry in the USA. Examples will be given of the use of entrapment by the FBI and the actual creation of terror plots.
This is followed by an analysis of the police state that is America, with a look at social networks infiltrated by police and intelligence, no-knock raids by SWAT teams, police brutality on the street and the steady militarisation of law enforcement.
Primed with negative programming currently being played out in contemporary America, we return to the events of 9/11 and a brief analysis of the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, Building 7, Fflight 93 and Shanksville.
We return historical precedents, the neo-conservatives and PNAC, the history and part Al-Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden had to play, the war on drugs, the Western intelligence’s Muslim Brotherhood, as well as the important role of the Jewish messianic cult Chabad Lubavitch and the presence of Israel and Zionist involvement in 9/11.
An exploration of occult Zionism is undertaken in the context of 9/11 as an occult mega-ritual, exploring the history of ritual sacrifice, blood libel and the wider ancient history of Judaism, the Kabbalah and its relationship to the Zionist Establishment of today. This includes the interconnections to techno-sorcery and symbolism of based around catastrophism, the four ages of man and the possible evolution of occult Zionism and its elite up to the present day.
The final section will end with an overview of the ritualistic, occult symbolism inherent in the 9/11 attacks offering up the possibility that the September 11th attacks represented a long planned, mega ritualistic sacrifice on the part of an small number of occult or “ceremonial psychopaths” operating at the highest levels of power.
Part VII: Crossroads: Posts: 215 – 225
The final section offers a summary of what has gone before and an exploration of the psycho-spiritual aspects of the topics discussed. Change is upon us and who we are depends on what we choose to SEE.
The concept of authoritarianism matched with collective wilful blindness and ponerological influences (including the legacies of George W. Bush and Barack Obama) are re-visited as they play out in contemporary America and the reasons for their success.
A deeper look at the possible psycho-spiritual reasons we are all in this mess is offered, along with a discussion regarding a defence and purposeful move away from psychopathic influences.
Catastrophism, as related to earth changes and the human-cosmic connection is reviewed and the implications for all of us.
Networking, prepping and the formation of communities form the last few posts.