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6/14/22: UNSER KAMPF – OUR STRUGGLE WITH THE EMOTIONAL PLAGUE

Ron Patton | June 14, 2022

It appears that recent diseases are being used to discourage intimacy and the demand for recognition of certain sexual proclivities is turning people off to the idea of connection, which breeds this emotional plague. We are now being infantilized to the point of being told we are fragile and that everything we do should be approved by the critical parent known as science or the other parental figures in government. The technocrats know how to frighten us, separate us and lock us down, rendering us passive and emotionally spent. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks about UNSER KAMPF – OUR STRUGGLE WITH THE EMOTIONAL PLAGUE.

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6/14/22: UNSER KAMPF – OUR STRUGGLE WITH THE EMOTIONAL PLAGUE

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There are many people I have quoted on my show that has shaped the thinking of those who have read their works. I have talked about Carl Jung, Robert Anton Wilson, Philip K. Dick, H.G. Wells, Huxley, and of course, George Orwell.

Rarely have I talked about Wilhelm Reich.

Wilhelm Reich was an Austrian doctor of medicine and a psychoanalyst, along with being a member of the second generation of analysts after Sigmund Freud.

Reich developed a system of psychoanalysis that concentrated on overall character structure rather than on individual neurotic symptoms.

Reich was a Communist and believed in the power of Orgone energy — meaning that the Orgasm was one of the most powerful things in our existence.

Granted it has become a nuanced theory that in sexual magick rituals — the orgasm can empower sigils and can be used to summon powers of mental control.

In last night’s show, we spoke of Aleister Crowley and his summoning of the Homunculus which is similar to what Jack Parsons and L Ron Hubbard attempted to do with their sexual ritual known as the Babylon Working.

These rituals were meant to change the world paradigm, to usher is a new way of thinking but there are those who have contemplated how this abrupt change in the zeitgeist can trigger and emotional plague.

It was Reich that coined the term emotional plague/ pest or also artificial/ affect-disturbed thinking.

He stated that the emotional plague is basically an old virus pandemic, which is not related to material gene viruses, but to mental meme viruses.

These can be triggered like a latent psychosis, discharge explosively or just resonate subtly, subliminally all the time.

He believed that psychosis could be triggered by oppression; basically, sexual oppression and the need to be affectionate and intimate.

If this ever were oppressed we would see more people become emotionally triggered into doing whatever they are told because they lose the ability to feel human — they lose their ability to connect.

This can also trigger addictions as well.

He continues to say that It is characterized by neurotic thinking, character armor, self lying/denial/compensation, thus also dualism (through compensation) and nihilistic belief (today in materialistic science, which confirms people in living out their emotional plague).

He believed that the loss of the orgasm and intimate love breeds conformity and that we become sterilized observers of activities (sexual or Otherwise) rather than those who participate willingly to make changes and to love life and freedom.

Even Orwell believed that neurologists and social engineers would outlaw the orgasm and declare it unpatriotic — as it is easier to render a group passive when we wage a psychological war on humanity, from birth to the bedroom.

It appears that disease like HIV, AIDS and COVID-19 and now Monkey Pox are being used to discourage intimacy and the trends in forcing attention to the plight of the transgender, the changing of pronouns, and the demanding of recognition of certain sexual proclivities is turning people off to the idea of connection, which breeds this emotional plague.

We are now being infantilized to the point of being told that we are fragile and that everything we do should be approved by the critical parent known as science — or the other parental figures in government.

The technocrats know how to frighten us, separate us and lock us down –rendering us passive and emotionally spent.

It is becoming quite obvious to me that the people of the United States have decided to become emotional spectators of the process in which this country is hemorrhaging and dying a slow death.

Yes, this sounds pessimistic but history has shown time and again how radicals are eventually deemed as terrorists and the emotional upheaval tends to generate a panic much like the red scare or satanic panic.

We can all agree that there is evil in the world but that evil is compounded by emotional image and action parameters that have been warped and bent to serve the needs of the elite and in this process — those who see themselves as virtuous want to be a part of the next big thing so that they do not look unsympathetic.

In the process, they are losing to what William Reich called the Emotional Plague,

While there are many people who always tell me that they are waiting for that moment where they will fight against what is happening – I can also see that as with any other takeover of a  rogue ideology people would resort to self-preservation rather than rolling up their sleeves and rising up against it.

It is obvious that this is the case as many people would rather observe the rioting in the streets and condemn the so called insurrection or January 6th, than to move ion and deal with the problems that will eventually destroy them.

The process of proving that Trump is Hitler is being compounded daily with the usage as such terms as “The Big Lie” and “Fascist Dictator” and Coup d tat.

These are words that trigger emotional response and to say that these are overwrought triggers and uproar the emotionally imbalanced and soon you find yourself having to apologize for being insensitive to those who have succumbed to this emotional plague.

It is becoming quite obvious that the powers that be have tapped into a part of the brain that responds to fears of death and not being safe.

They have taken old tricks and have repackaged them using Nazi phraseology and so people who do not wish to be labeled stand down and allow radicalized factions do the work for them — and as they do we see them as the new enemies of the state.

However, someone needs to step forward and ask “where do we find the modern Hitler?”

His name has been mentioned more so by the left describing the right than in any other time in history; meanwhile, tactics that were used By Stalin, Hitler and Mao are ignored as those who support the permanent revolution become useful fits into plunging us further into what can be called a new and rebooted Marxism.

We were told for four years that Donald Trump was either a Russian Spy or the new Hitler and since he did not live up to that moniker — there now has to be show trial in order for the elite to have the last word on the matter. With all of the tantrums being had, we are now seeing the house of cards fall and eventually he will be Hitler — our Hitler — but only because those vexed with the emotional plague will declare it — the question is whether or not historians agree.

The vote was supposed to dodge that fascist bullet — but it really hasn’t because everything we were told Trump was is what we now have in Joe Biden but it is not politically appropriate that a leader that demands the silencing of free speech, allows a never ending war, and wishes to disarm the citizenry is not at all like Hitler, or Stalin or Mao.

You can whip up a four-year frenzy of mindless hatred and paranoia by screaming “Hitler!” over and over, and then not produce evidence of a Hitler  in our Whitehouse.

And then when we see the problematic Hitlerian attitude in the elite  –we are told that we are believing in irrational conspiracy theory.

The Show Trial is to call attention to the failed Hitler –and engender the emotional plague that will distract us from seeing the real fascists taking away our freedom bit by bit.

It is psychological treachery.

Does anyone remember that the media warned that Trump was sending secret anti-Semitic “dog whistle” signals to his underground army of Nazi terrorists by talking about “international banks,” “global elites,” the “political establishment,” and even “corporations” and “lobbyists” … all of which was supposedly code for “the Jews,” who he was going to exterminate if won the election?.

Well if you are paying attention to the show trial — they seem to be saying it again but this time the “dog whistles” were aimed at nationalist extremists.

The show trial wants you to believe that white supremacy is the reason for what happened on January 6th, that and Alex Jones and others who they claimed radicalized a large group of people to become weaponized for their version of Hitler.

Surely, you remember when the corporate media reported that Trump was emboldening white-supremacist terrorism with his Hitlerian Tweets … as if homicidal racist psychopaths had been sitting around in their mother’s basements, semi-automatic rifles in one hand, smartphones tuned to Twitter in the other, just waiting to be “emboldened” by the president.

But do we address that we are seeing an epidemic of shootings and attempts at killing conservative supreme court justices under the watchful eye of a non fascist Biden regime? Do we address the riots of the summer where government buildings were burnt down and people were shot in the streets?

What they are ignoring is very telling — and it is evident that more people are now afraid to say anything because they are being emotionally beaten up by those who are already on the path of psychochondria.

Jack Del Rio, the Washington Commanders’ defensive coordinator tweeted his thoughts about the January 6th event –and was condemned for his thoughts.

He compared the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol to the 2020 summer riots –which the media now call social Justice protests.

Del Rio told reporters “People’s livelihoods are being destroyed, businesses are being burned down – no problem. And then we have a dust-up at the Capitol, nothing burned down – and we’re gonna make that a major deal?”

First came his public apology. Then came the $100,000 fine. And now, Jack Del Rio’s Twitter account has been deleted.

Del Rio’s comments were disavowed by head coach Ron Rivera. In a statement released Friday, Rivera said he had fined Del Rio $100,000 and would donate the sum to the U.S. Capitol Police Memorial Fund.

“His comments do not reflect the organization’s views and are extremely hurtful to our great community here in the DMV,” Rivera wrote, using a regional acronym for the metropolitan area around Washington, D.C.

But after Del Rio’s comments, a group of D.C. council members closed the door on one proposal to build a new stadium in the District, and lawmakers in the Virginia State Assembly dropped legislation intended to lure the team to northern Virginia.

Del Rio — had expressed his opinion. Well you can’t do that on The United States — in the middle of an emotional plague where we have to have a show trial to focus on a former President’s alleged sins.

Lawsuits? Recounts? Audits? Angry tweets? and now encouraging a riot on the capitol — when will it end?

Is this the last we will hear of these “We have found Hitler” show trials?

People have chided me for wanting it to end — they have told  me “You of all people should see this as a historical moment.”

I do recognize the history of this — but in a broader way — because the idea of pinning the tail on the jackass is not my idea of history making — it is taking sensitive topics and trivializing them for emotional and political points.

Fascism, Hitler, the Holocaust … these used to be sensitive subjects. now they are just convenient emotional buttons that you can press to whip folks into a frenzy of mindless paranoia and murderous hatred whenever you feel like demonizing some foreign leader or  a political leader you do not agree with — it is by action we should make our critical decisions — an orange man on the toilet saying mean things on twitter is not Hitler

The same goes for racism and anti-Semitism. These are real issues, which people care about. They’re not just glorified marketing buzz words that you can pull out of your bag of cheap tricks and slap onto your enemies like they don’t mean anything.

This is a chumps argument, using cheap talk for a bad attempt at social engineering.

There are countless examples of past and present monstrous regimes in the real world. And they all raise the question of why people didn’t just rise up against their rulers. Some of us are quick to judge those who conform to such regimes as evil psychopaths or at least morally inferior to ourselves.

But what are the chances that you would be a heroic rebel in such a scenario, refusing to be complicit in maintaining or even enforcing the system?

Let me just say history dictates the answer is very low.

The show trial that we are seeing airing on various news feeds is evident of how we treat those who decide to rebel — we live in a country now that sends a signal to rebels “if you think you are a freedom fighter, you will be regarded as a terrorist.”

This sends the message — that we are no longer a free country. The silencing of dissent is also a sign that we are devolving — that act of endorsing a government that insists on communist era show trials also demonstrates that we are certainly on a road to oblivion as a country.

We are starving, we are poor, we are losing or businesses, and we are being forced again into our homes.

It is no longer about a plague like COVID-19 we are now in the midst of an emotional plague. We are in a struggle –and yet we cannot see a way out of it because to do something –would make you look like you support those evil rioters that went to the capitol on January sixth.

This is an emotional trap.

Human social interactions depend on our tendency to conform to unwritten rules of appropriate behavior. Most of us are truthful, polite, don’t cheat when playing board games and follow etiquette. We are happy to let judges or football referees enforce rules. A recent study showed we even conform to arbitrary norms.

The feigned virtue and altruism that people are demonstrating now is being done out of fear — it is being enforced as appropriate even though we see the slippery slope of our complicity.

The logic of appropriateness is self-enforcing – we disapprove of, ostracize or report people who lie or cheat or even speak against the mainstream .

Research has shown that even in anonymous, experimental “games”, people will pay a monetary cost to punish other people for being uncooperative.

We also have learned through the example of the Milgram Experiment how people are okay with torturing someone if they are told to do so by someone who appears to be an authority.

Stanley Milgram, whose papers are held in Manuscripts and Archives, conducted the Obedience to Authority experiments while he was an assistant professor at Yale University from 1961 to 1963.

Milgram found that most ordinary people obeyed instructions to give what they believed to be potentially fatal shocks to innocent victims when told to do so by an authority figure.

His 1963 article on the initial findings and a subsequent book,  Obedience to Authority: An Experimental View and film, Obedience, catapulted Milgram to celebrity status and made his findings and the experiments themselves the focus of intense ethical debates.

The debate continues over whether or not people would rebel against authority now and again, the overall opinion is no.

Both logics are required to create and maintain an authoritarian regime. To ensure that we make the “right” personal choices, an oppressive state’s main tools are carrots and sticks – rewarding conformity and punishing even a hint of rebellion.

But personal gain (or survival) alone provides a fragile foundation for an oppressive state. It is easy to see how the logic of appropriateness fits in here, turning from being a force for cooperation to a mechanism for enforcing an oppressive status quo. This logic asks that we follow the “rules” and make sure others do too – often without needing to ask why the rules are the way they are.

Regimes, therefore, supplement rewards and punishments with self-policed norms, rules, and conventions.

Are you following orders or ordering followers? That is the question and now there are plenty of people out there that are ordering followers to do all sorts of crazy things that challenge what can be called appropriateness.

We have been emotionally beaten to the point where people and ideologies have been weaponized for compliance.

Words like conspiracy theory are now weaponized for convenience — and now the term is a pejorative that has worn out its welcome — as it is said with glee to attack those who question by young reporters who no longer have the talent to tend bars or work at Hooters.

Where “conspiracy theories” were once understood to be the driving force of world history (both for good or for evil), today’s dumbed-down populus has increasingly become induced to believe that the term is synonymous with either insanity at best, or domestic terrorism at worst.

The fact is that the social engineers attempting to “nudge” humanity into a Great Reset of technocratic control  have set their sights on “conspiracy theories” as the primary threat to their agenda which they assert, must be destroyed says a lot about accountability and the way conspiracy theory used to be an integral part of keeping history from reporting those ugly details the press does not.

Without the right to question and speculate — the emotional plague can be achieve through mass mind control techniques that are already in play.

The end goal of these mind control campaigns—packaged in the guise of the greater good—is to see how far the American people will allow the government to go in re-shaping the country in the image of a totalitarian police state.

Are you part of the party, comrade? Are you part of the cult?  Always remember a good cult member or party member follows orders no matter how crazy they sound.

A good member of the cause obeys orders, roots out opposition and does not question authority – and enforces these norms on their fellow party or religious members.

The authoritarian state is therefore concerned above all with preserving ideology – defining the “right” way to think and behave – so that we can unquestioningly conform to it.

George Orwell once made the statement that, “Circus dogs jump and do somersaults when the trainer cracks his whip. But the really well-trained dog is the one that jumps and does somersaults when there is no whip.”

All they want is for us to behave — and do what we are told — and people will because they have a fear of what rebellion will do to their homes. businesses and families.

Those who rebel wind up in these show trials and they are told that they are the Russian sympathizers — the new Hitlers — and no one calls them out for their usage of archaic phrases that should be sensitive but now that most holocaust survivors are dead — it is now the fashion trend to be insensitive to history and those who gave their lives for fighting against oppression.

We should see how our backs are certainly up against the wall.

How can evil be embraced by the mass majority without a fight? It is simple people do not want to lose their homes, their property or their lives.

The atrocities of the Holocaust were made possible by normal people, manipulated into conforming to a horribly abnormal set of behavioral norms.

People conformed – some felt discomfort about it and others were easily manipulated into seeing Jews as less than human and that they needed to be eliminated because they were taking up too many resources.

It is a sad history — it is the emotional plague and the powers that be have released it as yet another gain of function exercise

Whatever else it may be—a danger, a menace, a threat—the U.S. government is certainly not looking out for our best interests, nor is it in any way a friend to freedom.

When the government views itself as superior to the citizenry, when it no longer operates for the benefit of the people, when the people are no longer able to peacefully reform their government, when government officials cease to act like public servants, when elected officials no longer represent the will of the people, when the government routinely violates the rights of the people and perpetrates more violence against the citizenry than the criminal class, when government spending is unaccountable and unaccounted for, when the judiciary act as courts of order rather than justice, and when the government is no longer bound by the laws of the Constitution, then you no longer have a government “of the people, by the people and for the people.”

Nobody has taught you in school that throughout your entire life that behind the scenes an organized plutocracy will be working to control the thoughts in your head using a highly sophisticated arsenal of psychological operations funneled into your mind via their near-total control of the media. Nobody warned you as a kid that if you ever really want to grow up, you’ll first have to extricate the vast network of lies which have been deliberately sewn into your consciousness since birth.

This is why a lot of Americans do not value their freedoms enough to fight for them.

Younger generations have now been manipulated on a mass scale by the same people who have been granted immense power and wealth by the existence of that status quo.

However, the responsibility of the older generations has not been greater.

It is our responsibility to share the information which counters the disinformation, doing our best to throw sand in the gears of the propaganda machine and show people the little gaps in the code of the matrix in the hope that some light sleeper might spot it and begin waking up from the dream.

This should be the cure for our emotional plague.

 

 

Written by Ron Patton

Comments

This post currently has 5 comments.

  1. Theo Maragopoulos

    June 14, 2022 at 9:55 pm

    Rugged yet fragile,
    The Being: Human,
    Has a complex assortment of durable and susceptible series of systems that hold us together.
    Lymphatic, circulatory, …we know of most of them, but how much do we REALLY KNOW about the system which is unseen, but felt,
    Often studied but majorly misunderstood.
    The system by which we take in data and information, and process it to form an opinion on matters of life?
    Right and wrong and the ability to understand what the difference between them is , is as much a viable system within us that is the most vulnerable to attack.
    It would seem that the entirety of the current administration is causing a full overload on we, the people.
    Causing many to miss interpret what they feel such as people calling the bad, good, and the GOOD bad, only to fall into that broken way of thinking and understand..
    Great intro and perfect closing paragraph.
    Theo…new sub.

  2. STEPHEN

    June 15, 2022 at 1:21 am

    THIS IS THE BEST MOST POWERFUL EXPOSURE, ANALYST & REALITY OF OUR PRESENT SITUATION, DILEMMA & WAY OF LIFE T/Y

  3. Greg

    June 15, 2022 at 4:32 am

    A lot of people never had to exercise their critical thinking skills. I know quite a few older people who collect social security, have low cost or free health care and watch abc, nbc or cbs. They just parrot off whatever they hear on the news. Whenever i challenge them they just get upset so I dont anymore. I did hear some liberal city people at a place that i eat talking about how much biden sucks and trump was way better. That gave me some hope, brainwashing loses its effect when the cost of living goes up, now people have to think more about everything like budgeting money and why they have to budget. Generaly speaking people are tired or lazy or both and will take a handout even if it means lowering themselves. The stock market is crashing now and many will lose their retirement funds. A person can only work so much. To be truly strong into old age a person must exercise mind and body and eat right.

  4. R.H.

    June 15, 2022 at 9:49 am

    Right on, Clyde. Boy, do I evermiss hearing you on terrestrial radio, but with culture-cancelling that is going on today, it is not surprising. Just a few notes to you about spelling errors in your text: 1) “opression” actually has 2 p’s, not only 1. And “‘trigger and”‘ should read : ‘”trigger an”‘. But great stuff, nonetheless

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