|The Hidden Evil: The Psychopathic Influence|
Both the financial elite and their servants who maintain this system, appear to exhibit behavior that is consistent with symptoms associated with a medical disorder known as psychopathy.(*)
Psychopaths, also called sociopaths, are categorized as those who exhibit superficial charm and intelligence, and are absent of delusions or nervousness. Their traits include:
|Clock Work Orange meets American Psycho|
The United States will protect its people and advance our prosperity irrespective of the actions of any other nation.… - President Barack Obama in National Security Strategy of the US, 2010
The American Empire is not in decline. It is rebooting for a new era of dominance.
The American Empire's success depends on successfully converting the national American psyche into a sociopathic national consciousness (SNC). Once completed, America's empire will be as successful as it is ruthless.
This conversion process is ad hoc and always the consequence of an "outside" event or "crisis" and the fear it engenders. The sociopath, as individual or collective, is opportunistic and reaps advantage from uncertainty. Sociopaths are in abundance at every level of American society.
For example, the response to 911 was mostly ill-conceived as the world now knows. But the fallout from that, though, is irreversible: state secrets, wire tapping, torture, leaders inciting fear in American society, terrorists around every corner threatening life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, fusion centers, laws conceived for punishing terrorists used on common criminals/vandals, war as meaningless, etc. Now more war is needed and so it's cyberwar, helicopter gunships into Pakistan and Yemen, and that pesky homegrown terrorist problem (antiwar activists).
There is no end game for this state of affairs just as there is no stopping the conversion of America to a totally sociopathic empire.
|Dreamtime of the Baby Boomers||Source|
I can see all of you scratching your heads out there and I know exactly what it is that you are thinking: "Why the hell are we taking this detour to the Moon? What happened to Laurel Canyon? Have you completely lost your mind?"
… I found a new source of inspiration when my wife e-mailed me the recent story about the fake Dutch Moon rock, which I and many others found quite amusing, and which also reminded me that I had a lot of other bits and pieces of information concerning the Apollo project that I had collected over the nine years that have passed since I first wrote about the alleged Moon landings. After taking that first look, back in 2000, I was pretty well convinced that the landings were, in fact, faked, but it was perfectly obvious that the rather short, mostly tongue-in-cheek post that I put up back in July of 2000 was not going to convince anyone else of that. So I contemplated taking a more comprehensive look at the Apollo program. Toward that end, I pulled up my original Apollo post along with various other bits and pieces scattered throughout past newsletters, threw in all the newer material that had never made it onto my website, and then combed the Internet for additional information. In doing so, I realized that a far better case could be made than what I had previously offered to readers. I also realized that a far better case could be made than what is currently available on the 'net. – Center for an Informed America
Dominant Social Theme: You have lived your life at an excellent time and more excitement is to come.
Free-Market Analysis: We stated the other day that it "seemed" the US moon-landings were real and immediately a feedbacker sent us a link to the Center for an Informed America which is run by David McGowan. As a result of reading McGowan's extensive dozen-part series called "Wagging the Moondoggie," we have a much harder time believing NASA or its astronauts went anywhere at all, other than to some sort of lunar-look alike Hollywood set. Dominant social theme: "America's pioneering spirit brought us to moon, and that's all you need to know!"