The Importance of Conscience

According to Knight-Jadczyk (cited in Lobaczewski, 2006, pg. 14), the presence of conscience is a more significant indicator of profound divisions within humanity than gender, race, religion or even intelligence is.

Below is a 60 minute segment (aired 16/09/2007) about a technique called “a form of syntax destruction” which refers to a way of answering questions, without answering the questions.

According to Lobaczewski ( 2006),

When a ponerogenic process encompasses a society’s entire ruling class, or nation, or when opposition from normal people is stifled — as a result of the mass character of the phenomenon, or by using spellbinding means and physical compulsion, including censorship — we are dealing with a macrosocial ponerologic phenomenon. (pg. 173)

When three “egos” govern, egoism, egotism, and egocentrism,
the feeling of social links and responsibility toward others
disappear, and the society in question splinters into groups
ever more hostile to each other. (pg. 177)

References

Lobaczewski, A. (2006). Political Ponerology (A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes). Canada: Red Pill Press.

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