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Quote: Lobaczewski on Pathocracy and Ponerology

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The Future Shape of Things

Sebastian Friebel | lockdownsceptics.org Dear fellow citizens, I am addressing you as a non-partisan former employee of the German Bundestag with the function of a parliamentary adviser. As a result of my work in parliament and in a parliamentary group, … Continue reading

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The Empire Doubles Down: Open Society Foundations Will Now Be Run by Lord Malloch Brown

Matthew Ehret | strategic-culture.org The hubris of empire has always struck me with shock and awe. I mean it really takes balls to get caught with a prostitute and instead of apologizing to your wife, to instead buy the hooker … Continue reading

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Leadership is ‘meant to inspire’ and not ‘fill people with fear’: Jones

Sky News Australia | youtube.com Sky News host Alan Jones says right now there is a crisis in Australia which isn’t the coronavirus but rather a “serious crisis in political leadership”. Read More: Leadership is ‘meant to inspire’ and not … Continue reading

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The Plot Against the President

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PETER HITCHENS: The dictators have taken over – and we didn’t even notice

Peter Hitchens | hitchensblog.mailonsunday.co.uk There was once a famous Chinese executioner so skillful with his razor-edged sword that crowds would pay to watch him behead criminals. One day he came to a small provincial town where the authorities had given … Continue reading

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PLANDEMIC INDOCTORNATION



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Hunting the Psychopath – Mike Cross Interviewed on Freedomain Radio

Stephan Molyneux Freedom Radio The nature, coloring, stripes and habits of the most dangerous human predator… Also — are there some among us born evil? More: http://www.hare.org Freedomain Radio is the largest and most popular philosophy show on the web … Continue reading

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Necessary Lies

Source: RSA Comment: As documented in Political Ponerology by A. Lobaczewski, all lies eventually lead to pathological behavior corrupting whole groups/countries/societies and turning them into pathocracies through society’s tolerance of pathological leaders. The concerning point is that the initial tolerance … Continue reading

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Lobaczewski: Macrosocial ponerology

According to Lobaczewski (2005: 173): Source: Lobaczewski, A. (2005). Political Ponerology: A science on the nature of evil adjusted for political purposes. New York, NY: Red Pill Press.

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