Political Ponerology – A False Explanation for Evil

henrymakow.com — Feb 26, 2014

I’m posting this review even though I disagree with the premise that our political leaders are psychopaths, and the way to save the world is to diagnose and prevent psychopaths from holding power.
Author Andrew Lobaczewski completely overlooks the obvious, that our “leaders” belong to a satanic cult, the Illuminati (Cabalist Judaism/ Freemasonry) and are dedicated to enslaving and destroying humanity.
To define a psychopath as someone born without a conscience is absurd in a society dedicated to eradicating the source of conscience, the knowledge of God.

This review appears on the book’s web site.

Our modern Western culture lacks an adequate framework to understand the causes and processes of what we commonly refer to as evil in our history. The Third Reich, the Bolshevik Revolution, Stalinism… Our body of literature, social sciences, and our common sense of morality only scratch the surface of a true comprehension of the nature of evil. Thus, the very people who are, in fact, the initiators of the greatest ponerogenic activity pass undetected. Our lack of understanding will inevitably lead to the very problems that the majority of humanity seeks to prevent.

Tony Blair meets with the last pope to exchange Masonic handshake. Click to enlarge

In literature and film, evil is romanticized; portrayed as mysterious, yet beautiful; dark, yet conflicted. There is always a heart of gold beneath a cold-blooded exterior. The Hollywood psychopath, rarely depicted accurately, evokes both our disgust and our sympathy; war heroes slaughter their enemies ruthlessly, yet live loving lives as husbands and fathers. If the villain did not have a rough childhood, or does not show any signs of a struggle of conscience, he is seen as “two-dimensional” and “unrealistic”.

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