Politics today consists of a confused mixture of irrational and rational human ideas and drives. This hodgepodge is erroneously called ” political science.” However, it is now possible with our political knowledge of orgonomic sociology to have a genuine science of politics. There are two requirements that must be fulfilled for this to happen: 1) A capacity to think functionally about natural, including political, processes. 2) An in-depth knowledge of socio-political characterology including an understanding of the emotional plague of mankind and the effect that people’s various socio-political character types have on social processes. These requirements are necessary to separate the rational function of politics from the irrationality and the widespread destructiveness of socio-politics.