Thursday, August 27, 2009

Peter Mandelson – An example of the pussycat that toys with the mouse before killing it?

Some times there are socalled coincidences, where it is like the universe is trying to show you something. One such incidence came to me the other day, when I was reading an interview by Silvia Cattori with the editors Laura Knight-Jadczyk and Henry See of the book Political Ponerology, A science on the nature of evil adjusted for political purposes by Andrzej Łobaczewski. In the article, the genesis and propagation of evil is well laid out and it is clearly demonstrated, how psychopaths have taken over the places of power in todays world.
The psychopath is someone without conscience , who is a master at manipulating and using others for his or hers own needs. And it is only in rare cases that they end up in jail. Many manage quite well to get into power positions by the use of one of their trademarks: the Mask of Sanity. What caught my attention was the reference to psychopaths and their lack of emotions as being like the cat that tortures the mouth before eating it. Simply, because that is what a cat does and like the cat having no conscience about the event, so too with the psychopath.
The same day I stumbled on another article which again was an interview, but this time it was an interview with Lord Mandelson done by Decca Aitkenhead in the Guardian. The title of the article was ”Peter Mandelson: I had to be the hit man”., and it describes the man  as a very powerful man, but also one with many of the hallmarks of a true psychopath, who likes to pull the strings from behind the curtain, and one who is able to outmaneuvre any opponents as he is not constrained by moral or ethical codes. Actually, the title given by another place, where I also noticed the article, was perhaps more fitting: Peter Mandelson: Preparing for Pathocracy.
The interesting thing was that Peter Mandelson in the article, in order to endear himself to the readers, says of himself:
"I don't really see myself as a big beast. More as a kindly pussycat."

Yes, like the cat that tortures the mouse before killing it. What is more, in the very next paragraph, he goes on to say:
"I think 10 years ago, and also 15 years ago, I was a very hard-nosed, uncompromising figure who was manning the barricades of change in the Labour party, and prepared to take down anything or anyone who stood in the way. I don't feel in that mode now. And secondly, I've learned from experience that you can defeat people without killing them. There aren't the life and death struggles we were engaged in in the Labour party 15 or 20 years ago. I've learned that there are different ways to take people with you. That you can disagree with people, and even defeat them, without leaving them badly bruised or destroyed."

So he has since learned that he can defeat people without killing them! That is a very telling remark, especially when you are aware that it was 15 years ago that the incumbent Labor leader John Smith suddenly died at the age of 55 of a heart attack.
It was especially eery to me as I just moments earlier had read the other article where Laura Knight-Jadczyk says:
“For many years this system has been covert because there were still people in high positions with conscience, but over time, they have all been replaced or disposed of in one way or another, and now the pathology of the system is out in the open, but nobody cares. If you look back over the history of the past fifty years or so, you will find that nearly every public figure who has died tragically was one who had conscience, concern for people, and influence enough to make waves against the pathological types.

Henry See makes it even more clear in the article, when he says:
“…psychopaths are better prepared to succeed than people of conscience because they have no ethical or moral sensitivities that will put a brake on their actions. They are quite willing to step on anyone necessary to get to the top: backstabbing, lying, spreading stories about their rivals, are fine, with never a moment lost in remorse. “

So was Peter Mandelson making a semi confession out of self satisfaction that he will never serve time for it, as he is the most powerful figure in Britain today and knowing that no evidence will ever surface? Heart attacks can be caused without leaving any traces!
The death of John Smith caused the complete takeover of the Labour party by Peter Mandelson, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown and the subsequent rise of what they called New Labour. A labour party, where the name is all that is left of what it originally stood for, and one which has gutted the British society, served the elite power structure and made it  almost indistinguishable to the rule under Margaret Thatcher.

It is a classic example of the ponerization process, by which psychopathic deviants infiltrate an ideology, a party, a religion or any other organisation and turns it into a shadow of itself. We have seen how the New Labour have been employing countless spin doctors to sell their policies to the support base.
This use of language,often an inner, or esoteric language to intentionally deceive, is a trademark characteristic of the psychopathic personality or psychopathically dominated group. Lobaczewski summarises this nicely in his book Political Ponerology:
"An ideology of a secondarily ponerogenic association [secondary stage of infiltration by psychopathic individuals] is formed by gradual adaptation of the primary ideology to functions and goals other than the original formative ones. A certain kind of layering or schizophrenia of ideology takes place during the ponerization process. The outer layer closest to the original content is used for the group's propaganda purposes, especially regarding the outside world, although it can in part also be used inside with regard to disbelieving lower-echelon members. The second layer presents the elite with no problems of comprehension: it is more hermetic, generally composed by slipping a different meaning into the same names. Since identical names signify different contents depending on the layer in question, understanding this "doubletalk" requires simultaneous fluency in both languages.

Average people succumb to the first layer's suggestive insinuations for a long time before they learn to understand the second one as well. Anyone with certain psychological deviations, especially if he is wearing the mask of normality with which we are familiar [a psychopath], immediately perceives the second layer to be attractive and significant; after all, it was built by people like him. Comprehending this doubletalk is therefore a vexatious task, provoking quite understandable psychological resistance; this very duality of language, however, is a pathognomonic [specific characteristics of a disease] symptom indicating that the human union in question is touched by the ponerogenic process to an advanced degree." [ p.116]

And change is not going to happen by exchanging one person for another. We have seen and some are still in the process of waking up to seeing, what real change happened by exchanging Bush for Obama – NONE. It is necessary to recognize that this a system and knowledge of this is the first step out of the stranglehold of their rule. A rule that is slowly being implemented step by step. And we are only free of that system, when people with conscience are no longer ruled by people without conscience!
The last words goes to Lobaczewski who sums up the importance of this subject:
“Morality and humanism cannot long withstand the predations of this evil. Knowledge of its nature - and its insidious effect on both individuals and groups - is the only antidote. “

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