Saturday, December 13, 2014

Psychopolitics on the left....Psychopolitics on the right...........Everywhere Psychopolitics...........David Risselada

Capture one or both of the political parties in the United States. (Communist Goal #15, entered into the congressional record in 1963)
As expected, the nation just witnessed Speaker of the House John Boehner, (along with several other Republican Party members) cave into President Obama’s demands and vote to fund not only amnesty, but Obamacare as well. Also voted on was a bill containing language that gives police explicit authority to spy on your private communications, and possibly use them in criminal charges. Representative Justin Amash (R-MI) had this to say about the law the Republican controlled house voted for.
Even though this bill blatantly violates the Constitution, (just as all the others do as well) “certain” Republicans’ loyalty to Boehner and big government trumped their loyalty to defending your freedom. Many Americans find themselves very frustrated with the fact that many of our elected representatives demonstrate absolutely no loyalty to the Constitution they are sworn to defend. The answer to this can be found by once again, by referring to the words of Anton Berea and the art of Psychopolitics.
The Communists believe that “loyalty” means exhibiting values and goals that align with the interests of pursuing a Communist state. Any individual that is seen displaying goals that are antithetical to these ends, is viewed as being in “misalignment.” While the roots of this concept of alignment can be a bit confusing, it has everything to do with the way Communists view man as “political organism.” It is as simple actually as it is evil. Man is viewed by the Communist as being a collective cluster of cells and organs that must all function “harmoniously” in order for the whole body to be “functional.” When it comes to their belief that the state should be the “end all, be all” of human aspirations, they view anybody not working to better the state in the same manner they would view the way a murmuring heart affects the rest of the body.  Just as a doctor would work the heart to bring it back to alignment with the rest of the body, so must the psychopolitical operator work to bring those not loyal to Communist goals into alignment as well.
Many Americans already suspect that several Conservatives are being “blackmailed” into submission. The way Supreme Court Justice John Roberts caved in on Obamacare is a good example. The truth is that blackmail is being used to change the loyalties of our so called “conservative leaders,” and in ways you would have never imagined. Take the following quote from the book “Brainwashing- A Synthesis on the Russian Textbook on Psychopolitics.”
“The changing of loyalties consists, in it’s primary step, the eradication of existing loyalties. This can be done in one of two ways. First, by demonstrating that  previously held loyalties have brought about perilous physical circumstances, such as imprisonment,lack of recognition, duress, or privation, and second, by eradicating the personality itself.”
The strategy of always accusing the Republican’s of racism, or not caring for the little guy has paid off immensely for the Communists in this manner. Through propaganda and the media’s absolute loyalty to them, they have convinced many congressional leaders, through their own desire for power no less, that failure to compromise will cost them favor with the public. Even an overwhelming win at the polls is not enough to undue the fear of appearing to be the “uncompassionate, evil capitalist.” Consider these words as well-
“As a part of this there is the creation of a state of mind in the individual, by actually placing him under duress, and then furnishing him with false evidence demonstrating that the target of his previous loyalties is itself, the course of that duress.” “Brainwashing- A Synthesis on the Russian Textbook on Psychopolitics.”
Even though it backfired, this strategy was not only employed by the Democrats, but by the Republican establishment as well. In an attempt to win the loyalty of conservatives, the establishment carried on the Communist narrative that patriots and constitutionalists were what was holding the Republican Party back; and because the politician cares for nothing but his own advancement, the term “loyalties can be bought” takes on new meanings.
In closing, I would like to leave you with some final thoughts. We all understand what is meant when we are referred to as nothing but “pawns” in an epic struggle for absolute power. Sadly though, we don’t even register as pawns on the scale of anything that matters. We are not the main targets of the psychopolitical operator; people like John Boehner, those who hold power and influence and seek more are the true pawns here.
“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”“Brainwashing- A Synthesis on the Russian Textbook on Psychopolitics.”
“The petty official, the maker of laws alike can be made to believe the worst. It is not necessary to convince the masses. It is only necessary to work incessantly upon the official, using personal defamations, wild lies, false evidences and constant propaganda to make him fight for you against the Church or any practitioner.”  “Brainwashing- A Synthesis on the Russian Textbook on Psychopolitics.”

America, we are a nation marked for slaughter by one of the most brutal, oppressive political systems man has ever known.   Through this art of “psychopolitics” the Communists have rewired our instincts and brainwashed us through fear, to act against our own best interests. They have turned many of our citizens into loyal Communists and they don’t even know it.

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