Why would anyone want to control the world? Is that a normal human need or desire? Or do you have to be especially mischievous – or maybe even devious – to want that and to even work toward that end? I vote NO.
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“Psychopaths derive their power from the complicity of the general population. Most people still get suckered in by the manipulation of psychopaths, and most people still admire them. The only answer to eliminating the power of the psychopath is to educate the public…
The better informed you are, the better you are able to spot psychopaths, and then distancing yourself from them, cutting them off from your money, your attention and your devotion.”
– Stefan Verstappen
“Countries ruled by psychopaths become corrupt and brutish police states constantly at war with created and imaginary enemies. The population becomes paranoid, neurotic, and ultimately secondary psychopaths. In a psychopathic culture, everyone must adopt a ruthless attitude as a survival strategy.”
– Stefan H. Verstappen
“The prevalence of sociopathy in the United States seems to be increasing. The 1991 Epidemiologic Catchment Area study, sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health, reported that in the fifteen years preceding the study, the prevalence of antisocial personality disorder had nearly doubled among the young in America.”
– Martha Stout
“Psychopathic behavior seems to be on the rise because of the very nature of American capitalistic society. The great hustlers, charmers, and self-promoters in the sales fields are perfect examples of where the psychopath can thrive. The entertainment industry, the sports industry, the corporate world in a capitalistic system, are all areas where psychopaths naturally rise to the top.”
– Laura Knight-Jadczyk
“The American way of life has optimized the survival of psychopathy, and in a world of psychopaths, those who are not genetic psychopaths, are induced to behave like psychopaths simply to survive. When the rules are set up to make a society “adaptive” to psychopathy, it makes psychopaths of everyone. As a consequence, a very large number of Americans are effective sociopaths.”
– Laura Knight-Jadczyk
“The US and its allies will turn into authoritarian police states. They’ll all be perfectly fascist — private ownership of both consumer goods and the means of production topped by state control of both. Fascism operates free of underlying principles or philosophy; it’s totally the whim of the people in control, and they’ll prove ever more ruthless.”
– Doug Casey
“Few Americans are disturbed that 1.25 million Iraqis and an unknown number of Afghans have died as a result of American invasions… For many Americans, war is like a sports contest in which they take vicarious pleasure and cheer on their side to victory.”
– Paul Craig Roberts
“Look at the United States. The two parties are mirror images of each other. To preserve the image of democracy, both are needed, both serve the same masters. But there are no leaders in the US who are standing up and speaking about the genocide of the Palestinians. The deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis are passed over in silence. There is no room for conscience in the US government, in either party, and the control of the press, not to mention other means such as blackmail and threats, ensure that those who might speak up, don’t.”
– Henry See in The Trick of the Psychopath’s Trade
“In a country in which much of human culture has been rendered into machines for the manufacture of money, psychopaths are the ideal leaders. They are very focused. They are outcome oriented. They are frequently charming, and usually very bright and able. They can lay off thousands of people, or deny people health care, or have them waterboarded, and it does not disturb their sleep.”
– David Schwartz
“Our society is moving in the direction of permitting, reinforcing, and in some instances actually valuing some of the traits listed in the Psychopathy Checklist – traits such a impulsivity, irresponsibility, lack of remorse.”
– Robert Hare
“The problem is that authoritarian followers are much more active than the rest of the country. They have the mentality of ‘old-time religion’ on a crusade, and they generously give money, time and effort to the cause. They proselytize; they lick stamps; they put pressure on loved ones; and they revel in being loyal to a cohesive group of like thinkers. And they are so submissive to their leaders that they will believe and do virtually anything they are told. They are not going to let up and they are not going to go away.”
– Robert Altemeyer
“Money is the glue of movement conservatism, which is largely financed by a handful of extremely wealthy individuals and a number of major corporations, all of whom stand to gain from increased inequality, an end to progressive taxation, and a rollback of the welfare state – in short, from a reversal of the New Deal. And turning the clock back on economic policies that limit inequality is, at its core, what movement conservatism is all about.”
– Paul Krugman
“In the world today where information is controlled by a small number of media outlets, and those media outlets have much in common with the pathological governments, greater numbers of people can be influenced and infected with pathological thinking… Madeleine Albright in 1996 was asked about the 500,000 deaths in Iraq, mostly of children, due to the Iraq embargo. She responded that she thought ‘It was worth it’, that is, those deaths were the necessary price to pay to bring down Saddam. That is unquestionably pathological logic, and yet how many Americans would have heard that response and thought nothing of it? Anyone who, on hearing that statement, was not outraged has been infected with pathological thinking, they have been ponerized. Their thinking has become distorted by the pathological infection.”
– Henry See in The Trick of the Psychopath’s Trade
“American foreign-policy makers are exquisitely attuned to the rise of a government, or a movement that might take power, that will not lie down and happily become an American client state, that will not look upon the free market or the privatization of the world known as “globalization” as summum bonum [the highest good], that will not change its laws to favor foreign investment, that will not be unconcerned about the effects of foreign investment upon the welfare of its own people, that will not produce primarily for export, that will not easily tolerate the International Monetary Fund or the World Trade Organization inflicting a scorched-earth policy upon the country’s social services or standard of living, that will not allow an American or NATO military installation upon its soil. Given the proper pretext, such bad examples have to be reduced to basket cases, or, where feasible, simply overthrown.”
– William Blum
“Stop talking so much about democracy and instead support dictatorships of the right if their policies are pro-American.”
– U.S. Treasury Secretary George Humphrey, 1954
“If the U.S. is to survive, long-standing American concepts of “fair play” must be reconsidered. We must develop effective espionage and counterespionage services. We must learn to subvert, sabotage and destroy our enemies by more clever, more sophisticated and more effective methods than those used against us. It may become necessary that the American people be acquainted with, understand and support this fundamentally repugnant philosophy.”
– Hoover Commission report of 1954
“There is a single theme behind all our work. We must reduce population levels. Either they do it our way, through nice clean methods or they will get the kind of mess that we have in El Salvador, or in Iran, or in Beirut. Once population is out of control it requires authoritarian government, even fascism, to reduce it… The quickest way to reduce population is through famine like in Africa. We go into a country and say, here is your goddamn development plan. Throw it out the window. Start looking at your population …if you don’t …then you’ll have an El Salvador or an Iran, or worse, a Cambodia.”
– U.S. Latin American Office of Population Affairs [OPA] case officer Thomas Ferguson
John Todd – The Rothschilds are children of Lucifer – YouTube. (“John Todd” is the pseudonym of Lance Collins, a high priest of witchcraft, and a member of the famous thirteen bloodlines.)
Edward Alexander Crowley was born into a wealthy family on October 12, 1875 in the United Kingdom. When the boy was only eleven years old, his father died and the boy rebelled against God and religion. Crowley had no need to work, so he changed his name to Aleister and dedicated his life to writing poetry and books that glorified and proselytized a decadent lifestyle.
Crowley was initiated to the highest level of Freemasonry and was a high priest of the Golden Dawn. He once said, “A white male child of perfect innocence and intelligence makes the most suitable victim.” See more at EXPOSED!
Much of what Crowley wrote has inspired what is known today as the “new age” movement, Satanism and Luciferianism. “Do What Thou Wilt” is reflected in “If it feels good, do it”.
Of all the mega-corps running amok, Monsanto has consistently outperformed its rivals, earning the crown as “most evil corporation on Earth!” Not content to simply rest upon its throne of death, atop a mountain of rotting corpses, it remains focused on newer, more scientifically innovative ways to harm the planet and its people.
As true champions of evil, they won’t stop until…well, until they’re stopped! But what is Monsanto and how did they get to be so obscenely evil in the first place? I think that’s the best place to start this journey, so grab a few non-GMO snacks or beverages and let’s go for a ride into the deep, murky sewers of their dark past.
See more and read more at Thinking Humanity: Complete history of Monsanto, one of the world’s most evil corporations.
Alex Shore, who worked at the Bohemian Grove for 11 years, speaks out about what she learned from working there. Mark Dice is a media analyst, political activist, and author who, in an entertaining and educational way, gets people to question our celebrity obsessed culture, and the role the mainstream media and elite secret societies play in shaping our lives
The movers and shakers of governments and corporations come together every summer just north of San Francisco in Marin County at Bohemian Grove. They leave behind their clothes and frolic in the woods.
“The Most Faggy God Damned Thing You Could Image” – Richard Nixon
They also hold a “Cremation of Care” ritual.
Peter Alexander Chernoff explains more about his witness of Sacrifice at Bohemian Grove. Anthony Hiilder calls for a "Dig" on the property with ground penetrating sensors to see what remains are there. The Grounds are a Retreat for the Influential, Rich, Powerful and Secretive …. the modern day HellFire club of old London.