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Government And Revolt - 12 May 1969

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“It is no coincidence that psychiatric front groups teach that men are only animals to be herded, used and butchered at a whim.
“The Roman equestrian order, the upper classes of France and Russia, the Nazis and the psychiatrists all fixated on this mode of idea. Man was an animal.”

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he history of revolts has had one thing in common: a policy of government by the few, for the few and oppression of the many.

     Special privilege groups dominated and were listened to by every government in history which has fallen to a peoples’ revolt.

     The keynotes of such special groups is help for nobody but themselves and hate for everyone including themselves.

     The equestrian order of Rome, the aristocracy of France and Russia, the super select Nazis of Germany, the international financiers and the psychiatric front groups now dominating Western governments had much in common.

     They operated for themselves alone and used the people as though they were animals.

     It is no coincidence that psychiatric front groups teach that men are only animals to be herded, used and butchered at a whim.

     The Roman equestrian order, the upper classes of France and Russia, the Nazis and the psychiatrists all fixated on this mode of idea. Man was an animal.

     By this of course they meant man was their personal animal. Anyone else who sought to communicate to man was looked on as an animal thief, an interloper.

     But aristos and Nazis and psychiatrists have another thing in common—they are fixated, snobbish people—they cannot change, they do not believe others change and they overlook utterly that times change.

     Such people easily go out of date. They get stuck in yesterday. The “old times were best” attitude stops all progress. For instance the psychiatrist is stuck utterly in the 19th century. His practices and attitudes have not changed in all that time.

     He considers himself a “best people.” He associates only with the rich. And he considers man his personal animal to use or slaughter as he wishes. And he thinks of himself (towers of madness) as part of the government, which of course he is not any more than the local butcher is.

     Governments composed of “the best people” (or snobs if you will) are in actual fact very unstable.

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