…[admin: Jews Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin, and other Jews set up the destruction of liberty in WWII when they destroyed Germany. The stronghold of decency and love for the people of a nation, as in Germany, is out the window in just about all states of the West when Germany’s power was eliminated and more evil leaders took over the West. The U.S.’ leaders and Russia’s leaders are tools of the Chabad Lubavitchers who want Armageddon. These types have brought down the Roman empire with the Tribulations described in the bible (use your logic, Revelations in the bible is a “near future event” therefore, it was about the planned Jewish destruction of the Roman empire and not a future event two thousand years later, but is now cleverly replayed as a future event (arranged by the Jews), one more time, since it worked so well for their conquest the first time around. Revelations was the Jews’ first world conquest plan written into the stolen history book of the white race, the bible, and everything therein re-written with lies and deception to help their world conquest. Since they were so successful with bringing down the Roman empire with lies, deception, bribery, and driving the white man out of Palestine, they are using the same M.O. for the next planned Armageddon, nearly two thousand years later, and are expanding their goal to conquer the whole world as we know it today. Communism is Jewish, in case you’ve missed this fact. Most wars are tools of dark shadow governments controlled by the Jews to rob countries of their resources, gang rape the desperate population, eliminate patriots, and genocide the population, primarily the best of the lot.
I think, what we see before our eyes is a theater play, Russia against the USA and visa versa. They all work for the one-world government of the Jews, Putin knowingly, Trump apparently having no idea what he got himself into. He is trying to make the American people happy with his internal actions, but in the international playing field he is a “babe in the woods,” simply because he never learned the true history of WWI and WWII, and before. If he had, he would not suck up to the Poles and ignore the Germans. He is the perfect tool of the Jews.
What’s really strange is that Trump wore a red tie and gave the communist fist when he won the election! Perhaps Trump is a Jew, after all.
It might just be that factions of the Jews are fighting with each other over who gets what piece of the pie (the earth). We, the gentiles on the earth, are merely animals to them and what we need for our well being and happiness is of no concern to them. For the most part, they want to eradicate most of us. For they say in their holy book, “Every Jew a king; every gentile a slave.” Or dead. “The best of the gentiles shall die.” There are many proofs that they want to eliminate most of the population; but foremost their laws tell it in the Talmud and the Old Testament as god Satan’s chosen children with the order from their god to eliminate all peoples of the earth except the Jews.
This plan/teaching is truly psycho-babble of the most evil and most illogical kind! At the same time, it’s very manipulative to dummies!]
A Synthesis of the Russian Textbook on Psychopolitics
THE FOUNDATION OF HUMAN UNDERSTANDING
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Printed in the United States of America
Edited by Dorothy Baker – Cover Design: Yuri Teshler
The following treatise on communist brainwashing, which has been published and republished since the 1930s, is an edited version of an actual textbook on Russian “psychopolitics.” It was used as a primer, here in America, to teach communist agents how to brainwash people, and, in fact, how to subvert entire populations. While the wording of this particular treatise and there are any number of them may or may not be completely authentic, two things are historically certain: 1) Such brainwashing activities really occurred, and 2) this volume accurately conveys the principles and techniques employed.
Today it is fashionable to consider the twin Soviet threats of the past nuclear attack, and subversion of America’s people and institutions as having been either exaggerated by the West, or downright imagined in the first place. Yet, ironically, the upheaval in the communist world is bringing with it startling revelations confirming many of the most serious accusations ever made against Moscow.
For instance, two major books were recently published detailing for the first time Soviet complicity in Americas drug epidemic. It turns out that all those “paranoid, right wing” fears that the Soviets were intent on demoralizing America’s youth through drugs were well founded. For years, America’s liberal intelligentsia considered such notions as paranoid delusions.
An objective look at the state of America today her institutions, her socialistic political-economic drift, her young people’s values shows precisely the results that the Soviets, for decades, bragged they wanted to achieve. It is almost as though, while communism is dying (as a political system) throughout most of the world, the seeds of corruption it planted here in the U.S. have germinated and borne bitter fruit.
Don’t take my word for it. Read the following treatise on psychopolitics, and see whether the conditions predicted back then are not exactly what America faces today in the 1990’s. Consider the methods described herein the degradation of youth through sex and drugs, the seduction of this nation’s media, educational, and religious institutions, the discrediting of her leaders and decide tor yourself whether or not they are the very means that have been employed to accomplish these ends.
Is it possible that the disastrous discrediting of America’s values that has taken place over the last three decades has not been some sort of accident, but that it has been the deliberate development of an agenda? I leave the reader to determine that for himself.
lt is my hope that contemplating what is written here will help each individual, and ultimately our nation, to rediscover the moral principles that once made America shine so brightly, and hopefully will do so once again.
Roy Masters August 16, 1991 [admin: Beware of Roy Masters’ spiritual teachings.]
An Address By Beria
American students at the Lenin University, I welcome your attendance at these classes on Psychopolitics.
Psychopolitics is an important if less known division of Geopolitics. It is less known because it must necessarily deal with highly educated personnel, the very top strata of “mental healing.”
By psychopolitics our chief goals are effectively carried forward. To produce a maximum of chaos in the culture of the enemy is our first most important step. Our fruits are gown in chaos, distrust, economic depression, and scientific turmoil. At last a weary populace can seek peace only in our offered Communist State, at last only communism can resolve the problems of the masses.
A psychopolitician must work hard to produce the maximum chaos in the fields of “mental healing.” He must recruit and use all the agencies and facilities of “mental healing.” He must labor to increase the personnel and facilities of “mental healing” until at last the entire field of mental science is entirely dominated by Communist principles and desires.
To achieve these goals the psychopolitician must crush every “homegrown” variety of mental healing in America. Actual teachings of James, Eddy, and Pentecostal Bible faith healers amongst your misguided people must be swept aside. They must be discredited, defamed, arrested, stamped upon even by their own government until there is no credit in them and only Communist-oriented “healing” remains. You must work until every teacher of psychology unknowingly or knowingly teaches only Communist doctrine under the guise of “psychology.” You must labor until every doctor and psychiatrist is either a psycho-politician or an unwitting assistant to our aims.
You must labor until we have dominion over the minds and bodies of every important person in your nation. You must achieve such disrepute for the state of insanity and such authority over its pronouncement that not one statesman so labeled could again be given credence by his people. You must work until suicide arising from mental imbalance is common and calls forth no general investigation or remark.
With the institutions for the insane you have in your country prisons that can hold a million persons and can hold them without civil rights or any hope of freedom. And upon these people can be practiced shock and surgery so that never again will they draw a sane breath. You must make these treatments common and accepted. And you must sweep aside any treatment or any group of persons seeking to treat by effective means.
You must dominate as respected men in the fields of psychiatry and psychology. You must dominate the hospitals and universities. You must carry forward the myth that only a European doctor is competent in the field of insanity and thus excuse amongst you the high incidence of foreign birth and training. If and when we seize Vienna you shall then have a common ground of meeting and can come and take your instructions as worshipers of Freud along with other psychiatrists.
Psychopolitics is a solemn charge. With it you can erase our enemies as insects. You can cripple the efficiency of leaders by striking insanity into their Families through the use of drugs. You can wipe them away with testimony as to their insanity. By our technologies you can even bring about insanity itself when the people seem too resistive.
You can change their loyalties by psychopolitics. Given a short time with a psychopolitician you can alter forever the loyalty of a soldier fallen into our hands or a statesman or a leader in his own country, or you can destroy his mind.
However, you labor under certain dangers. It may happen that remedies for our “treatments” may be discovered. It may occur that a public hue and cry may arise against “mental healing.” It may thus occur that all mental healing might be placed in the hands of ministers and be taken out of the hands of our psychologists and psychiatrists. But the Capitalistic thirst for control, Capitalistic inhumanity, and a general public terror of insanity can be brought to guard against these things. But should they occur, should independent researchers actually discover means to undo psychopolitical procedures, you must not rest, you must not eat or sleep, you must not stint one tiniest bit of available money to campaign against it, discredit it, strike it down and render it void. For by an effective means our actions and researches could be undone.
In a Capitalistic state you are aided on all sides by the corruption of the philosophy of man and the times. You will discover that everything will aid you in your campaign to seize control, and use all “mental healing” to spread our doctrine and rid us of our enemies within their own borders.
Use the courts, use the judges, use the Constitution of the country, use its medical societies and its laws to further our ends. Do not stint in your labor in this direction. And when you have succeeded you will discover that you can now effect your own legislation at will and you can, by careful organization of healing societies, by constant campaigns about the terrors of society, by pretense as to your effectiveness make your Capitalist himself, by his own appropriations, finance a large portion of the quiet Communist conquest of the nation.
By psychopolitics create chaos. Leave a nation leaderless. Kill our enemies. And bring to Earth, through communism, the greatest peace Man has ever known. [*admin: Yeah, the 100 Million Russians Jewish Communism has exterminated, they have experienced peace, not on the earth, but under it.]
CHAPTER I: The History and Definition of Psychopolitics
Although punishment for its own sake may not be entirely without recompense, it is nevertheless true that the end and goal of all punishment is the indoctrination of the person being punished with an idea, whether that idea be one of restraint or obedience.
In that any ruler has, from time beyond memory, needed the obedience of his subjects in order to accomplish his ends, he has thus resorted to punishment. This is true of every tribe and state in the history of Man. Today, Russian culture has evolved more certain and definite methods of aligning and securing the loyalties of persons and populaces, and of enforcing obedience upon them. This modern outgrowth of an old practice is called Psychopolitics.
The stupidity and narrowness of nations not blessed with Russian reasoning has caused them to rely upon practices which are, today, too ancient and outmoded for the rapid and heroic pace of our time. And in view of the tremendous advance of Russian culture in the field of mental technologies, begun with the glorious work of Pavlov and carried forward so ably by later Russians, it would be strange that an art and science would not evolve totally devoted to the aligning of loyalties and extracting the obedience of individuals and multitudes.
Thus we see that psychopolitical procedures are a natural outgrowth of practices as old as Man, practices that are current in every group of men throughout the world. Thus, in psychopolitical procedures there is no ethical problem since it is obvious and evident that man is always coerced against his will to the greater good of the State, whether by economic gains or indoctrination into the wishes and desires of the State.
Basically, man is an animal. He is an animal that has been given a civilized veneer. Man is a collective animal grouped together for his own protection before the threat of the environment. Those who so group and control him must then have in their possession specialized techniques to direct the vagaries and energies of the animal man toward greater efficiency in the accomplishment of the goals of the State.
Psychopolitics, in one form or another, has long been used in Russia, but the subject is all but unknown outside the borders of our nation, save only where it is used for the greater good of the nation.
The definition of Psychopolitics follows.
Psychopolitics is the art and science of asserting and maintaining dominion over the thoughts and loyalties of individuals, officers, bureaus, and masses and the effecting of the conquest of enemy nations through “mental healing.”
The subject of Psychopolitics breaks down into several categories, each a natural and logical progression from the last. Its first subject is the constitution and anatomy of man, himself, as a political organism. The next is an examination of man as an economic organism, as this might be controlled by his desires. The next is classification of State goals for the individual and masses. The next is an examination of loyalties. The next is the general subject of obedience. The next is the anatomy of the stimulus-response mechanisms of man. The next is the subject of shock and endurance. The next is categories of experience. The next is the catalyzing and aligning of experience. The next is the use of drugs. The next is the use of implantation. The next is the general application of Psychopolitics within Russia. The next is the organization and use of counter- Psychopolitics. The next is the use of Psychopolitics in the conquest of foreign nations. The next is psychopolitical organizations outside Russia, their composition and activity. The next is the creation of slave philosophy in a hostile nation. The next is countering anti-psychopolitical activities abroad, and the final one, the destiny of psychopolitical rule in a scientific age. To this might be added many subcategories, such as the nullification of modern weapons by psychopolitical activity.
The strength and power of Psychopolitics cannot be overestimated, particularly when used in a nation decayed by pseudo-intellectualism, where exploitation of the masses combines readily with psychopolitical actions, and particularly where the greed of Capitalistic or Monarchial regimes has already brought about an overwhelming incidence of neurosis which can be employed as the groundwork for psychopolitical action and a psychopolitical corps.
It is part of your mission, student, to prevent psychopolitical activity to the detriment of the Russian State, just as it is your mission to carry forward in our nation and outside it, if you are so assigned, the missions and goals of Psychopolitics. No agent of Russia could be even remotely effective without a thorough grounding in Psychopolitics, and so you carry forward with you a Russian trust to use well what you are learning here.
CHAPTER II: The Constitution of Man as a Political Organism
Man is already a colonial aggregation of cells, and to consider him an individual would be an error. Colonies of cells have gathered together as one organ or another of the body, and then these organs have, themselves, gathered together to form the whole. Thus we see that man, himself, is already a political organism, even if we do not consider a mass of men.
Sickness could be considered to be a disloyalty to the remaining organisms on the part on one organism. This disloyalty, becoming apparent, brings about a revolt of some part of the anatomy against the remaining whole, and thus we have, in effect, an internal revolution. The heart, becoming disaffected, falls away from close membership and service to the remainder of the organism, and we discover the entire body in all of its activities is disrupted because of the revolutionary activity of the heart. The heart is in revolt because it cannot or will not cooperate with the remainder of the body. If we permit the heart thus to revolt, the kidneys, taking the example of the heart, may in their turn rebel and cease to work for the good of the organism. This rebellion, spreading to other organs and the glandular system, brings about the death of the “individual.” We can see with ease that the revolt is death, that the revolt of any part of the organism results in death. Thus we see that there can be no compromise with rebellion.
Like the “individual” man, the State is a collection of aggregations. The political entities within the State must, all of them, cooperate for the greater good of the State lest the State itself fall asunder and die, for with the disaffection of any single entity through distrust we discover, at length, the entire State falling. This is the danger of revolution.
Look at Earth. We see here one entire organism. The organism of Earth is an individual organism. Earth has as its organs the various races and nations of men. Where one of these is permitted to remain disaffected, Earth itself is threatened with death. The threatened rebellion of one country, no matter how small, against the total organism of Earth, would find Earth sick, and the cultural state of man would suer in consequence. Thus, the putrescent illness of Capitalist States, spreading their pus and bacteria into the healthy countries of the world could not do otherwise than bring about the death of Earth, unless these ill organisms are brought into loyalty and obedience and made to function for the greater good of the worldwide State.
The constitution of Man is such that the individual cannot function efficiently without the alignment of each and every part and organ of his anatomy. As the average individual is incapable, in an uninformed and uncultured state, as witness the barbarians of the jungle, so must he be trained into a coordination of his organic functions by exercise, education, and work toward specific goals. We particularly and specifically note that the individual must be directed from without to accomplish his exercise, education, and work. He must be made to realize the need for this, for only then can he be made to function efficiently in the role assigned to him.
The tenets of rugged individualism, personal determinism, self-will, imagination, and personal creativeness held by the masses are equally antipathetic to the good of the Greater State. These willful and unaligned forces are no more than illnesses which will bring about disaffection, disunity, and at length the collapse of the group to which the individual is attached.
The constitution of Man lends itself easily and thoroughly to certain and positive regulation from without of all of its functions, including those of thinking, obedience, and loyalty, and these things must be controlled if a greater State is to ensue.
While it may seem desirable to the surgeon to amputate one or another limb or organ in order to save the remainder, it must be pointed out that this expediency is not entirely possible of accomplishment when one considers entire nations. A body deprived of organs can be observed to be lessened in its effectiveness. The world deprived of the workers now enslaved by the insane and nonsensical idiocies of the Capitalists and Monarchs of Earth would, if removed, create a certain disability in the worldwide State. Just as we see the victor forced to rehabilitate the population of a conquered country at the end of a war, any effort to depopulate a disaffected portion of the world might have some consequence. However, let us consider the inroad of virus and bacteria hostile to the organism, and we see that unless we can conquer the germ, the organ or organism which it is attacking will itself suffer.
In any State we have certain individuals who operate in the role of the virus and germ, and these, attacking the population or any group within the population, produce, by their self-willed greed, a sickness in the organ, which then generally spreads to the whole.
The constitution of Man as an individual body, or the constitution of a State or a portion of the State as a political organism are analogous. It is the mission of Psychopolitics first to align the obedience and goals of the group, and then maintain their alignment by the eradication of the effectiveness of the persons and personalities that might swerve the group toward disaffection. In our own nation, where things are better managed and where reason reigns above all else, it is not difficult to eradicate the self-willed bacteria that might attack one of our political entities. But in the field of conquest, in nations less enlightened, where the Russian State does not yet have power, it is not as feasible to remove the entire self-willed individual. Psychopolitics makes it possible to remove that part of his personality which, in itself, is playing havoc with the person’s own constitution as well as the group with which the person is connected.
If the animal man were permitted to continue undisturbed by counter- revolutionary propaganda, if he were left to work under the well-planned management of the State, we would discover no sickness in the Stare. But where the individual is troubled by conflicting propaganda, where he is made the effect of revolutionary activities, where he is permitted to think thoughts critical of the State itself, where he is permitted to question those under whose natural charge he falls, we discover his constitution to suffer. We would also discover, from this disaffection, the disaffection of his heart and of other portions of his anatomy. So consistent is this principle that when one finds a sick individual, could one search deeply enough, he would discover a misaligned loyalty and an interrupted obedience to that person’s group unit.
There are those who foolishly have embarked upon some spiritual Alice- in-Wonderland voyage into what they call the “subconscious” or the “unconscious” mind, and who under the guise of “psychotherapy” would seek to make well the disaffection of body organs, but it is to be noted that their results are singularly lacking in success. There is no strength in such an approach. When hypnotism was first invented in Russia, it was observed that all that was necessary was to command the unresisting individual to be well in order, many times, to accomplish that fact. The limitation of hypnotism was that many subjects were not susceptible to its uses, and thus hypnotism has had to be improved upon in order to increase the suggestibility of individuals who would not otherwise be reached. Thus, any nation can experience growing well again, as a whole organism, only by placing sufficient Force in play against a disaffected group. Just as in hypnotism any organ can be commanded into greater loyalty and obedience, so can any political group be commanded into greater loyalty and obedience should sufficient force be employed. However, force often brings about destruction and it is occasionally not feasible to use broad mass force to accomplish the ends in view. Thus, it is necessary to align the individual against his desire not to conform.
Just as it is a recognized truth that Man must conform to his environment, so it is a recognized truth, and will become more so as the years proceed, that even the body of Man can be commanded into health.
The constitution of Man renders itself peculiarly adapted to re- alignment of loyalties. Where these loyalties are indigestible to the constitution of the individual itself, such as loyalties to the ‘petit bourgeoisie,’ the Capitalist, to anti-Russian ideas, we find the individual body peculiarly susceptible to sickness, and thus we can clearly understand the epidemics, illnesses, mass-neuroses, tumults, and confusions of the United States and other capitalist countries. Here we find the worker improperly and incorrectly loyal, and thus we find the worker ill. To save him and establish him correctly and properly upon his goal toward a greater State, it is an overpowering necessity to make it possible for him to grant his loyalties in a correct diction. In that his loyalties are swerved and his obedience cravenly demanded by persons antipathetic to his general good, and in that chest persons are few, even in a Capitalist nation, the goal and direction of Psychopolitics is clearly understood. lo benefit the worker in such a plight, it is necessary to eradicate, by general propaganda, by other means, and by his own co-operation, the self-willedness of perverted leaders. It is necessary, as well, to indoctrinate the educated strata into the tenets and principles of cooperation with the environment, and thus to insure to the worker less warped leadership, less craven doctrine, and more cooperation with the ideas and ideals of the Communist State.
The technologies of Psychopolitics are directed to this end.
CHAPTER III: Man as an Economic Organism
Man is subject to certain desires and needs that are as natural to his beingness as they are to that of any other animal. Man, however, has a propensity to exaggerate some of these beyond the bounds of reason. This is obvious through the growth of leisure classes, pseudo- intellectual groups, the ‘petit bourgeoisie,’ Capitalism, and other ills.
It has been said, with truth, that one-tenth of a man’s life is concerned with politics and nine-tenths with economics. Without food, the individual dies. Without clothing, he freezes. Without houses and weapons, he is prey to the starving wolves. The acquisition of sufficient items to answer these necessities of food, clothing, and shelter, in reason, is the natural right of a member of an enlightened State. An excess of such items brings about unrest and disquiet. The presence of luxury items and materials, and the artificial creation and whetting of appetites, as in Capitalist advertising, are certain to accentuate the less desirable characteristics of Man.
The individual is an economic organism, in that he requires a certain amount of food, a certain amount of water, and he must hold within himself a certain amount of heat in order to live. When he has more food than he can eat, more clothing than he needs to protect him, he then enters upon a certain idleness, which dulls his wits and awareness and makes him prey to difficulties which, in a less toxic state, he would have Foreseen and avoided. Thus, a glut that is a menace to the individual. It is no less different in a group. Where the group acquires too much, its awareness of its own fellows and of the environment is accordingly reduced, and the effectiveness of the group in general is lost. The maintaining of a balance between gluttony and need is the province of Economics proper, and is the fit subject and concern of the Communist State.
Desire and want are a state of mind. Individuals can be educated into desiring and wanting more than they can ever possibly obtain, and such individuals are unhappy. Most of the self-willed characteristics of the Capitalists come entirely from greed. They exploit the worker far beyond their own need as Capitalists.
In a nation where economic balances are not controlled, the appetite of the individual is unduly whetted by enchanting and fanciful persuasions to desire, and a type of insanity ensues, whereby each individual is persuaded to possess more than he can use, and to possess it even at the expense of his fellows.
There is, in economic balances, the other side. Too great and too long endured privation can bring about unhealthy desires, which, if allowed to be gratified, lead to the accumulation of more than the individual can use. Poverty, itself, as carefully cultivated in Capitalist States, can bring about an imbalance of acquisition. Just as a vacuum will pull into it masses, in a country where enforced privation is the lot of the masses, and where desire is artificially whetted, need turns to greed, and one easily discovers in such states exploitation of the many for the benefit of the few.
If by the technologies of Psychopolitics one were to dull this excessive greed in the few workers who possess it, they would be freed to seek a more natural balance.
Here we have two extremes. Either one of them is an insanity. If we wish to create an insanity we need only glut or deprive an individual beyond his ability to tolerate the extremes and we have a mental imbalance. A simple example of this is the alternation of too low with too high pressures in a chamber, an excellent psychopolitical procedure. The rapidly varied pressure brings about a chaos wherein the individual will cannot act and where other wills then, perforce, assume control.
Essentially, in an entire country, one must remove the greedy by whatever means and must then create and sustain a semi-privation in the masses in order to command and utterly control the nation.
A continuous hope for prosperity must be indoctrinated into the masses with many dreams and visions of glut of commodity, and this hope must be counter-played against the actuality of privation and the continuous threat of loss of all economic factors in case of disloyalty to the State in order to suppress the individual wills of the masses.
In a nation under conquest such as America, our slow and stealthy approach need only take advantage of the cycles of booms and depressions inherent in Capitalistic nations in order to assert increasingly strong control over individual wills. A boom is as advantageous as a depression for our ends for during prosperity our propaganda lines must only continue to point up the wealth the period is delivering to the selected few in order to weaken their control of the state. During a depression one must only point out that it came about as a result of the avarice of a few and the general political incompetence of the national leaders.
The handling of economic propaganda is not properly the sphere of psychopolitics but the psychopolitician must understand economic measures and the Communist goals connected with them.
The masses must at last come to believe that only excessive taxation of the rich can relieve them of the “burdensome leisure class” and can thus be brought to accept such a thing as an income tax, a Marxist principle smoothly slid into the Capitalistic framework in 1909 in the United States. This even though the basic law of the United States forbade it and even though communism at that time had been active only a few years in America. So successful was the income tax law, that had it been followed thoroughly, it could have brought the United States and not Russia into the world scene as the first Communist nation. But the virility and good sense of the Russian peoples won. It may be that the United States will not become entirely communist until past the middle of the century, but when it does it will be because of our superior understanding of economics and of psychopolitics.
The Communist agent skilled in economics has as his task the suborning of tax agencies and their personnel to create the maximum disturbance and chaos and the passing of laws adapted to our purposes; and to him we must leave this task. The psychopolitical operator plays a distinctly different role in this drama.
The rich, the skilled in finance, the well informed in government are particular and individual targets for the psychopolitician. His is the role of taking off the board those individuals who would halt or corrupt Communist economic programs. Thus every rich man, every statesman, every person well informed and capable in government must have brought to his side as a trusted confidant a psychopolitical operator.
The families of these persons are often deranged from idleness and glut and this fact must be played upon, even created. The normal health and wildness of a rich man’s son must be twisted and perverted and explained as neurosis and then, assisted by a timely administration of drugs or violence, turned into criminality or insanity. This brings at once someone in “mental healing” who could then by his advice or through the medium of wife or daughter, guided by his opinions, direct the optimum policy to embroil or upset the economic policies of the country and, when the time comes to do away forever with the rich or influential man, to administer the proper drug or treatment to bring about his complete demise in an institution as a patient or dead as a suicide.
Planted beside a country’s powerful persons the psychopolitical operator can also guide other policies to the betterment of our battle.
The Capitalist does not know the definition of war. He thinks of war as attack with force performed by soldiers and machines. He does not know that a more effective if somewhat longer war can be fought with bread or, in our case, with drugs and the wisdom of our art. In truth, the Capitalist has never won a war. The psychopolitician is having little trouble winning this one.
CHAPTER IV: State Goals for the Individual and the Masses
Just as we would consider an individual to be ill, whose organs, each one, had a different goal from the rest, so we consider the individuals and the State to be ill where goals are not rigorously codified and enforced.
There are those who, in less enlightened times, gave Man to believe that pals should be personally sought and held, and that, indeed, Mans entire impulse toward higher things stemmed from Freedom. We must remember that the same peoples who embraced this philosophy also continued in Man the myth of spiritual existence.
All goals proceed from duress. Life is a continuous escape from pain. Without the threat of punishment there can be no gain. Without duress and command there can be no alignment of bodily functions. Without rigorous and forthright control, the State can achieve no goals.
Goals of the State should be formulated by the State for the obedience and concurrence of the individuals within that State. A State without goals so formulated is a sick State. A State without the power and forthright wish to enforce its goals is a sick State.
When an order is issued by the Communist State, and it is not obeyed, a sickness will ensue. Where obedience fails, the masses suffer.
State goals depend upon loyalty and obedience for their accomplishment. When one discovers a State goal to be interrupted, one discovers inevitably that there has been an interposition of self- willedness, of greed, of idleness, or of rugged individualism and self- centered initiative. ‘I he interruption of a State goal will be discovered to have been the work of a person whose disloyalty and disobedience is the direct result of his own misalignment with life.
It is not always necessary to remove the individual. It is possible to remove his self-willed tendencies in order to effect an improvement in the goals and gains of the whole. The technologies of Psychopolitics are graduated upon a scale that starts somewhat above the removal of the individual himself, concerning itself first with the removal of those tendencies that bring about his lack of cooperation.
It is not enough for the State to have goals. These goals, once put Forward, depend for their completion upon the loyalty and obedience of the workers. These, engaged for the most part in hard labors, have little time for idle speculation, which is good. But, above them, unfortunately, there must be foremen in one or another position, any one of whom might be sufficiently idle and lacking in physical occupation to cause some disaffecting independence in his conduct and behavior.
Psychopolitics remedies this tendency toward disaffection when it supplants and overrides the common persuasions of the immediate superiors of the person in question.
Continue on CHAPTER V: Psychopolitics – The Lawful Path-33pg.