‘We the Police State’: The Rise of the Political Psychopath

When our own government no longer sees us as human beings with dignity and worth but as things to be manipulated, maneuvered, mined for data, manhandled by police, conned into believing it has our best interests at heart, mistreated, jailed if we dare step out of line, and then punished unjustly without remorse—all the while refusing to own up to its failings—we are no longer operating under a constitutional republic. Instead, what we are experiencing is a pathocracy: tyranny at the hands of a psychopathic government, which operates against the interests of its own people except for favoring certain groups. In other words, the Corporate elite and the shadow government are working behind the scenes to control us.

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Show Notes

Are Politicians Psychopaths?

Q: What's the difference between a politician and a psychopath? A: None

Congressmen Come and Go, but Corruption Is Here to Stay

The Startling Accuracy of Referring to Politicians as Psychopaths

The Road to Pathocracy

Dirty Tricks, Traffic Studies, And Why Sociopaths Flourish In Politics

In Praise of Empty Souls—Can We Learn From Psychopaths?

You’re as Evil as Your Social Network—What the Prison Experiment Got Wrong

From Democracy to Pathocracy: The Rise of the Political Psychopath

Battlefield America: The War on the American People

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  1. Ludovico Doebbeling says:

    Thank you John, great message message as always, I could hear from you a couple of hours and love every minute of it.

  2. B. F. EARL says:

    Pretty perplexing to evaluate if your objectivity is being used against you by psychopaths much like junior Senator Joe McCarthy or the Templar Grand Master Lucas de Beaumanoir in Ivanhoe. Jesuits take an oath that warrants a lack of ethics to make themselves official assassins for Christ. The ends justifies the means only if a good outcome is immediate and compassionate if you compare Loyola’s instructions to his soldiers with Roger Williams’ principles of government in the Rhode Island Royal Charter of 1693:
    1) “The civil sword may make a nation of hypocrites and anti-Christians, but not one Christian…Evil is always evil yet permission of it may in case be good.
    2) Forcing of Conscience is a soul-rape. Persecution for Conscience hath been the lancet that letteth the blood of kings and kingdoms.
    3) Man hath no power to make laws that bind Conscience. The civil commonwealth [the State] and the spiritual commonwealth, the Church, not inconsistent though independent, the one of the other.
    4) Persons with less sin may be forced to marry whom they cannot love, than to worship where they cannot believe. The civil magistrate owes two things to false worshipers–1) permission, 2) protection.”

    Liberty of Conscience carries the weight of heavy responsibility.

  3. I often wonder how all the psychopathic scheming actually plays out. Do they get together and say outright ‘let’s kill thousands of people, demolish a square mile of NYC and blame it on the guy the people are too stupid to know is a bogeyman we made up’.

    Or are they so twisted in their minds, they see reality quite differently and see themselves doing something patriotic and humanitarian. They do seem to be afraid of the masses too. Guilty conscience I assume. When young did they pull wings off bugs, torture their pets?

    While we are asking questions of pyschology – why do adults keep looking for a saviour in their politicians or role models in celebrities?

    The right of self-determinism is a natural by-product of self-responsibility.

    I have no doubt all the documentaries on the rise of the Nazis touch on all of the subject mentioned in this video.

    John, the big picture is important. Good topic.

    I went to school with someone who became a national level politician. Sad to say, they were a compulsive liar, and did seem to live in a reality of their own. Alienated school mates because the lies were so obvious and pathetic for someone of graduation age. Arrived in politics after careers in the MIC. Say no more.

  4. John Phillips says:

    I look forward to your production every week! This, as with last week’s is incredible. Very provocative! However, it is long on reasons to act, but short on solutions.

    I’m writing a “Solutions” article that I would like to share with this site. It suggests about a dozen different ways we can begin resisting today!
    If we try to “win” by playing their games…like writing Letters to the Editor, or writing to our beloved Congressmen and Senators we will surely waste our time and get no where.

    Collective resistance by as many citizens as possible; doing everyday acts that resist not participate may bring about real change. To try to change the way our Government is run by trying to change the politicians is ridiculous. We must lead not follow!
    All the Best

  5. stan wasserman says:

    Well said glad i found ya.

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