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America’s Declaration of Schizoidia and Denial

“Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for nothing.” Albert Einstein

There aren’t many people who understand the genesis of evil that I am aware of except that of the late Andrew Lobaczewski who brilliantly describes its processes and manifestation.

We now live in what he would classify as a pathocracy imposed by force. This is described by Lobaczewski in “Political Ponerology” on page 213 of the first edition entitled “Pathocracy Imposed by Force”.

“The genesis of pathocracy in any country is so lengthy a process that it is difficult to pinpoint when it began. If we take into consideration those historical examples which should be qualified in that regard, we will most frequently observe the figure of an autocratic ruler whose mental mediocrity and infantile personality finally opened the door to the ponerogenesis of the phenomenon. Wherever a society’s common sense is sufficiently influential, its self-preservation instinct is able to overcome this ponerogenic process rather early. Things are different when an active nucleus of this disease already exists and can dominate by means of inflection or the imposition of force.

“Whenever a nation experiences a “system crash” or a hyperactivity of ponerogenic processes within, it becomes the object of a pathocratic penetration whose purpose is to serve up the country as booty. It will then become easy to take advantage of its internal weaknesses and revolutionary movements in order to impose rule on the basis of a limited use of force. Conditions such as a great war or a country’s temporary weakness can sometimes cause it to submit to the violence of a pathocratic neighbor country (against their will) whose system did not exhibit such wide-scope infirmities earlier. After forcible imposition of such a system the course of pathologization of life becomes different; and such a pathocracy will be less stable, its very existence dependent upon the factor of never ending outside force.”

In a minute, I will send you over to another site to partake in a “Site EDU Video” series that describes examples of these terms, but first let’s define the condition that most Americans now live in. Lobaczewski describes the schizoidal psychopathy on page 123 as follows:

“Carriers of this anomaly are hypersensitive and distrustful, while, at the same time, pay little attention to the feelings of others. They tend to assume extreme positions, and are eager to retaliate for minor offenses. Sometimes they are eccentric and odd. Their poor sense of psychological situation and reality leads them to superimpose erroneous, pejorative interpretations upon other people’s intentions. They easily become involved in activities which are ostensibly moral, but which actually inflict damage upon themselves and others. Their improverished psychological worldview makes them typically pessimistic regarding human nature. We frequently find expressions of their characteristic attitudes in their statements and writings: “Human nature is so bad that order in human society can only be maintained by a strong power created by highly qualified individuals in the name of some higher idea.” Let us call this typical expression the “schizoid declaration.”

Lobaczewski goes on to say: “Human nature does in fact tend to be naughty, especially when the schizoids embitter other people’s lives, When they become wrapped up in situations of serious stress, however, the schizoid’s failings cause them to collapse easily. The capacity for thought is thereupon characteristically stifled, and frequently the schizoids fall into reactive psychotic states so similar in appearance to schizophrenia that they lead to misdiagnoses.”

Strangely, those affected by this phenomenon are mostly Jews according to Lobaczewski, and lowest among African Americans. We may now begin to see why the events of 9/11 have had the effect of direct labeling with the tag “conspiracy theory” which is in effect a metaphor phenomenon occurring in the mind of the observer (see this also).

Now, take some time and please view the various videos included in the series from a sane man who expresses true curiosity and logic, but was labeled by Huffington Post through the above mentioned ponerogenic processes.

Policing thought in America: Why can’t we discuss the events of 9/11?

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