The "dependent victim" psyop
The psychological operation to destroy the individual
By Jon Rappoport
February 28, 2015
"American and British feminism has amazingly collapsed backward again into whining, narcissistic victimology...Too many of today's young feminists seem to want hovering, paternalistic authority figures to protect and soothe them, an attitude I regard as servile, reactionary and glaringly bourgeois..." (Camille Paglia, the National Catholic Review, 2/25/15)
I could have titled this piece: "What government fears: the black entrepreneur."
But the situation is much wider than that----
Any person who comes out of an "officially designated victim-group"...and then succeeds in life on his own...and then goes one step further and refuses to identify his entire existence with his group...but instead stands as a unique individual...why, that person, at the very least, must be a criminal, if not a terrorist, right?
That's the crux of the issue: never leave your group.
That's how society, civilization, and culture are promoted these days.
The wildly exaggerated threat of so-called Islamic terrorism is being shamelessly used by some western governments to boost their flagging fortunes at a time of economic malaise.
Marketing fear is a sure-fire political ploy, as the Bush
administration showed. But if you think promotion of “terrorism”
hysteria in order to curtail democratic freedoms is something new, have a
look at Germany, 1933.
In that year, Germany’s democratic Weimar republic was foundering
under economic depression, mass unemployment and raging hyper-inflation.
The Reichstag, or parliament, was deadlocked between bitterly feuding
parties, including the minority National Socialists, led by Adolf
Hitler, the Catholics, Socialists, and Communists.
In Berlin, on the night of February 23, 1933, the Reichstag was
burned down by a massive fire set by an arsonist. A young Dutch
Communist found on the premises was charged with the arson attack.
Germany was outraged and horrified by the crime – as much as was America
The Communists, of course, quickly blamed the National Socialists (or
Nazis, for short). But the most likely culprit was indeed the Dutch