Living In Our Age of The MOB
Our Globalist Elites - starting with the Bush/CHENEY Administration - have believed UNDIFFERENTIATION is the way to World Unity/Peace with Enlightened Elites in Charge of the Whole. Thus, they have given us Programs like U.S. Government Gang Stalking/MOBBING to enforce conformity through the threat of it.
They have never heard of philosophers like Martin Buber who distinguished two ways of relating - I-Thou or I-It. They have never heard of Murray Bowen who talked about Differentiation and who showed how its opposite was due to Emotional Fusion. These people don't read Philosophy or Depth Psychology, so there are many ideas they are completely unaware of.
I'd like to introduce them to some - Freud on Groups.
Freud Explains the Ferocity, the Hatred, the Primitiveness of MOBS.
Konrad Lorenz was the first to describe the very primitive behavior we see in Government Gang Stalking - mobbing.
But it is to Sigmund Freud in his book, Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego, that we must look to understand the ferocity, the hatred, the primitiveness that only targets of Government Gang Stalking ever get to see and experience.
- Some of Sigmund Freud’s ideas on groups from the book, Group Psychology and the Analysis of the Ego
- Being a member of a group produces a unique mental phenomena – the group mind.
- The people who make up a group have a collective mind that is different from the mind they have as individuals who feel, think, and act as individual persons.
- “There are certain ideas and feelings which do not come into being, or do not transform themselves into acts except in the case of individuals forming a group.”
- A group acts differently than individuals.
- The unconscious motives of the group, like the unconscious motives of an individual outnumber the conscious. The hereditary foundation of behavior exerts a profound influence.
- The characteristics that are the inheritance of the human race constitute the motives of group behavior of which we are not aware.
- Individuals each possess unique predispositions due to unique genetic endowments. That uniqueness is lost in a group where our common predispositions are most apparent.
- Hence groups manifest a “common character.”
- The group gives the individual a feeling of power which permits him to express instincts he might have been able to restrain had he not become part of a group.
- “He will be the less disposed to check himself, from the consideration that, a group being anonymous and in consequence irresponsible, the sentiment of responsibility which always controls individuals disappears entirely.”
- (Freud quoting LeBon)
- The new character that a group shows that the individual doesn’t is the absence of repression of unconscious instinctual impulses.
- So individuals display characteristics as part of a group that they don’t display as individuals.
- The group acts without conscience, without responsibility.
- “In a group every sentiment and act is contagious”.
- In groups people do things that is uncharacteristic of them, that is not part of their personal repertoire of habits.
- In a group the conscious personality vanishes, individuals lose consciousness of their acts.
- There is a tendency to immediately transform suggested ideas into acts.
- “Isolated, he may be a cultivated individual; in a crowd, he is a barbarian – that is, a creature acting by instinct.”
- “by the mere fact that he forms part of an organized group, a man descends several rungs in the ladder of civilization”
- “He possesses the spontaneity, the violence, the ferocity, and also the enthusiasm and heroism of primitive beings.”
- A group is almost completely unconscious in its behavior.
- “The feelings of a group are always very simple and very exaggerated.”
- “It goes directly to extremes; if a suspicion is expressed, it is instantly changed into an incontrovertible certainty; a trace of antipathy is turned into furious hatred.”
- The only thing a group respects is force.
- “groups have never thirsted after truth”
- “They demand illusions, and cannot do without them.”
- Behavior of groups is based on fantasy, not truth.
- Groups are dominated by feeling, not thought.
- “A group impresses the individual as being an unlimited power and an insurmountable peril.”
- “The loss of the leader in some sense or other, the birth of misgivings about him, brings on the outbreak of panic, though the danger remains the same; the mutual ties between members of group disappear, as a rule, at the same time as the leader.”
- Freud also explains how groups can help an individual to transcend himself. But those kinds of groups have mastered the art of I-Thou relating and are held together by a spiritual core.