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"A must read for all who value freedom."
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reviews of neither left nor right
"Spot on. Insightful, brilliantly researched and written, a book that anyone who loves this nation needs to read."
-former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft
"A book that all Americans worried about the fate of this nation should read before it is too late."
-Dennis Miller
"A must read for all who value freedom."
-Penny Nance, Concerned Women for America

Will they ever “get it” ?

Will people ever “get it” that politics as it is currently practiced is an illusion, that it cannot truly provide satisfactory solutions to the enormous social problems that confront them?

This way of doing politics operates opposite to it’s original function: 1. Under their First Amendment Right it gives the masses a chance to express their personal, opposing political ideas and attitudes about social issues of which they have no clear understanding. 2. It functions as a powerful distraction and it helps to perpetuate their state of cluelessness about what is actually happening in the moment. 3. It feeds people in the world of politics as usual, including politicians, the media, pundits, advertising industry etc., who operate from their secondary (middle) and superficial layers to stay economically afloat. 4. It serves as a vehicle to actualize the emotional plague, the left’s socialist agenda for America.5. It keeps leaders of the world from uniting and destroying their common enemy, The Islamic State.

4 Comments

  1. If you look at history, the masses have never really “gotten it”. Getting it is unfortunately reserved for just those few who have the ability, circumstance, good fortune and determination (and possibly some other unkown factors) to stay the course of the facts and have the structure to tolerate all that comes with that.

    I regretfully think that human armor would have needed to be discovered, understood and accepted by the mainstream medical and health professional community well in advance of the advent of the mass communication industry in order to have had any reasoanble chance to take hold in the social arena and in the social agreements that keep societies functioning in a life positive way. Unfortuantely this was not the case.

    • And with human armor, an understanding of the emotional plague. These are essential public education functions of the American College of Orgonomy.

      • Because we are living in an anti-authoritarian society, I believe the ACO will have to make an adjustment in the approach to educatiing professionals in training at the Collage and in its outreach program to the public about the Emotional Plague activity in the 21st Century.

        I am more convinced than ever that your discovery, description and labelling of anti-authoritarian society and the identification of the period of transition from authoritarian to anti-authoritarian society in the U.S. are the most relevant topics in approaching the public about the current emotional plague outbreak that we are witnessing in the Islamic world (i.e. jihadism) and in the U.S. (i.e. the pseudo-liberal/communist tool of indioctrination known as political correctness).

        In order to get complex, indepth ideas across to the public in a digestable and comprehensable way, it is necessary to develop some kind of simple “label” to describe the point you are trying to make so that people can go back to it time and again when they get “lost”.

        Many times I have written and spoken about the need to find a way for some decent influential people to shine the light on “PC” so that the public can begin to “demand” that “PC” be “banished” from the social arena.

        In order for this to happen, PC will first need to be recognized for what it actually is, repudiated for its destructivenss to both individuals and Amercian social institutions and replaced with a more funntional life positive social agreement. This got me thinking that this could be the new 3 R’s of our times. When I was young it was reading, “riting” and “rithmatic”. Today and for the next few decades the 3 R’s could be Recognize, Repudiate and Replace

        This type of catchy phrase is what I am referring to when I say that public education has to be thought of in a new way by the College when it comes to a topic as all encompassing and emotionally provoking as the emotional plague

        As the “civil war” that the Allinskyites have dreamed of for decades continues to play out on the streets in America and in the halls of government on a daily basis, an accurate understanding of anti-authoritariansim is desperately needed today to provide the public with some kind of life positive perspective in the face of persistent horribly destructive acts

        • Thank you for your understanding and your effort to help the College in this monumental task.


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