Feeling traumatized by the news? It’s easier not to get sucked in emotionally when you understand how this was planned in an institute decades ago.
The research I cover in this video is as follows:
1932 - German psychologist Kurt Lewin, founder of the National Training Laboratories at Tavistock and director of the Harvard Psychological Clinic, researched mass brainwashing, applying the results of repeated trauma and torture in mind control to society at large. Lewin maintained that society must be driven into a state equivalent to an "early childhood situation." He termed this societal chaos "fluidity."
A Dr. Sargent of the Tavistock institute was quoted as saying, "Various types of beliefs can be implanted in many people after brain function has been sufficiently disturbed by accidentally or deliberately induced fear, anger, or excitement. Of the results caused by such disturbances, the most common one is temporarily impaired judgment and heightened suggestibility. Its various group manifestations are sometimes classed under the heading of ’herd instinct,’ and appear most spectacularly in wartime, during severe epidemics, and in all similar periods of common danger, which increase anxiety and so individual and mass suggestibility." Put it another way: By the creation of controlled chaos, the populace can be brought to the point where it willingly submits to greater control. “If terror can be induced on a widespread basis into a society,” German psychologist Kurt Lewin had stated, “then society reverts to a tabula rasa, a blank slate, a situation where control can easily be instituted from an exterior point.”
Eric Trist, the chairman of Tavistock’s governors, in 1963 described his and Tavistock’s work on mass brainwashing, delineating in detail his theory of "social turbulence," based upon the theories of Hegel, although again, Trist is far more quick to cite Lewin.
Trist postulated that the administering of a series of traumatizing shocks upon a society would destabilize it, lowering the overall character of the society’s reasoning. Trist suggested that by late 1963 the world had moved into a condition of "permanent social turbulence" that would serve to usher in a new condition of society, a new paradigm, and a new possibility for remaking the face of the planet.
The nature of the permanent social turbulence that Trist foresaw is further defined in a book published in 1975 by one of Trist’s associates, Fred Emery. The book, Futures We Are In, likens the condition of current day society to the violent punk welfare state of Anthony Burgess’ novel, A Clockwork Orange, written in the 1960s.
Emery, in reflection of Trist, also trumpets Hegel. He describes the first stage of the breakdown of society as being "superficiality," in which previous societal values are questioned and discarded. He uses as an example of this the death of the Judeo-Christian paradigm.
The next inevitable state is "segmentation," in which societal institutions break down, resulting in a reversion to paranoid groups of individuals hostile to each other.
The next stage in the breakdown of society would be the launching of a fascist movement akin to the Nazis.
The final and most disrupted state of society is termed disassociation, in which the individual becomes the entirety of society for himself, and is isolated from other members of the group. The dominant culture of the society becomes "fantasy and superstition." According to Trist, the current "wired society" where the main interaction of the individual is with electronic media is only a metaphor for disassociation.
I add my own personal testimony and commentary along the way.
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