The Politicalization of the Department of Justice. January 14, 2023.

The following clear example of functional thinking is given in the August 2022 issue of IMPRIMUS by attorney Harmeet K. Dhillon.

“Laws such as the Patriot Act were designed to fight the unique problem of terrorism. But they quickly morphed into a mechanism by which the government keeps constant tabs on law-abiding Americans and threatens to disrupt their ives if they dare act contrary to those in power. It’s within this world of omnipotent oversight and control that the U.S. Department of Justice now operates”

She continues, “Breaking into homes of political opponents and depriving them of their possessions was common practice under the rule of the British King in America. The use of general warrants and writs of assistance by the Crown was the ultimate interference with the Colonists’ right to political and persona autonomy. Such invasions were so pervasive, and so universally despised, that the founders saw fit to ensure that the Constitution expressly forbids such practices.”

The laws contained in the Constitution worked well in the past authoritarian era to protect people because their secondary layer was effectively contained in armor Because of the breakthrough of people’s destructive secondary layer to the social surface in todays antiauthoritarian society, the laws made to contain the plague cannot stop the plague from encroaching into people’s lives. Therefore, the only possible way to address this form of destructiveness and to prevent further social disintegration is to first recognize the plague’s existence as a human illness and see its destructive effects.

Wilhelm Reich’s distinction of the layering of the bio-psychic apparatus (the biological core, the destructive secondary layer and the superficial layer or facade), is necessary to prevent any core function such as the Patriot Act from being twisted and used to express secondary layer impulses by emotional plague individuals.

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