September 26, 2012 By Joseph P. Farrell

Mr. V.T. shared this one with me, and I thought this was such an excellent sort of analysis, that I had to share it with all of you here, even though it is rather long. But sometimes, in this age of sound byte superficiality, long is good:

The psychopathy of control

The sociological dynamic of this psychopathology is almost as interesting as the "theological"(or if one prefer the "philosophical") one. First, sociological: I have contended in a number of interviews, most specifically on my friend George Ann Hughes' The Byte Show, that the globalist elite, with their secret meetings, their journals of geopolitical affairs, their study groups, their foundations, their positions papers, their organizations like The Royal Institute for International Affairs or the Council on Foreign Relations, are in a certain sense, living in their own box. By pushing their own disinformation memes so heavily, by living in a culture of untruth, deception, and lies so constantly, and all for the purpose of the ultimate lie (which we'll get to in a moment), they have themselves become incapable of doing anything but living in their own lie: they really do think petroleum is a fossil fuel (because they started the meme), they really do think diamonds are scare, they really do think there's too many people and should be a limit to human progress, and on and on we could go. The biggest psychopathology of course is that they - the western oligarchs - are inherently more capable than the other guy's oligarchs.

In short, these people could not think outside their own mental boxes if they tried (think of David Rockefailure here, getting a PhD from his very own Rockefailure founded and funded University of Chicago).

Which brings us to what I think is the essential lie of all psychopathologies of control in my opinion: the idea that one free, conscious, intelligent agent, can, and should, control every last bit of conscious minutiae and behavior of another, when in fact, on any but the materialist view of consciousness or personhood, such a thing is a  metaphysical impossibility (and hence, unnatural), and even on the materialist view of consciousness, damned difficult when it gets right down to it.Witness the psychopathological projects of DARPA that I've been blogging about lately.

Thus, we end up with a culture of gross deception and a kind of cultural schizophrenia:

"When the politics of lying becomes normal, paranoia and alienation become the “normality” of the day. The government, as the principal liar of the 1960s, was, of course, more deluded than anyone else, since its reality-map had become a classic disinformation system."

In other words, these people believe it when they see it on Faux News or read it in The Washington Post, because they own them. They believe in global warming because they fund the studies that they want to show it. I begin to suspect that the real reason that they hold their Bilderberger meetings in secret is because should their proceedings ever become public, they would simply be laughed at, before being institutionalized. There are other words for what these people are besides "psychopathological"; these people are nuts, looney tunes, and a few flies short of a Happy Meal. It's no wonder there's not a dime's worth of difference between Barmitt Obromneyack and his opposite number, Barmitt Obromneyack, because there's only so much one can do with such simple material.