The Unspoken Epidemic — Immaturity — Dec 13, 2017

some-people-are-like-trees-they-take-forever-to-grow-up-quote-1The epidemic has a name. Arrested development. Failure to mature in a timely fashion.
Why did it take me 68 years to achieve maturity?
I welcome your thoughts on arrested development and how maturation works.

by Henry Makow Ph.D.

When I reflect back over my life, my overwhelming sense is one of WASTE due to a case of arrested development.
Simply stated, I took too long to grow up and now I am old. I expended my precious time, money and energy on specious causes and chimeras. Yes, I accomplished a few things, but much time was squandered.
I am not alone. George Bernard Shaw said, “Youth is wasted on the young.” My youth was wasted because I didn’t believe in myself, my own ability, instincts and perception. I believed what other people wanted me to believe. I was depressed much of the time.
Society has been subverted by a satanic cult, Cabalist Judaism (Freemasonry.) One of its goals is to infantilize humans. The Protocols of Zion (15) states that the superior intelligence of the Chosen People proves “nature herself has intended us to guide and rule the world.” It describes a paternalistic despotism. The peoples of the world and even their governments are “only children under age.” 
SEXUALHARASSMENT-DOMINOEFFECT.jpeg  Society suffers from arrested development. Grown men expose themselves to horrified women. Adults play childish video games. They date and pursue sex until advanced age. Movies are based on comic books. Schools are dumbed down and used to indoctrinate. Standards are abolished. There is no spiritual education; no serious attempt to educate or uplift society. Humanity is trapped in a perpetual adolescence.
In 1975, 57% of young adults aged 18-34 lived with a spouse, while just 26% of adults lived with parents. In 2016, only 27% of young adults lived with a spouse, while 31% lived with parents. (Source)
However, I came of age before the worst of this. Why was I such an extreme case? I was extremely idealistic by nature and took society at its own estimation. I respected my elders, worshipped “great men”. I imbibed the liberal media and thought society was benevolent.
I didn’t discover that we are run by a satanic cult until I was in my early fifties. If you don’t understand the world, and yet take your cues from it, you will not grow up.



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