I had intended to do this some 2 years ago. I got side-tracked. Back then, it would have been important; now, it is imperative.
The monstrous evil, and the bottomless stupidity, are driving humanity to the brink of genocide and a prison planet.
The human prey will already have stopped reading - by far the deepest stupidity must be a prey that doesn't know it's a prey.
I shall be going through the book, Political Ponerology, by the late Andrzej Lobaczewski - a book that has so far failed to be the canary in the coal mine, might still be the dissonant hammer-blow needed to wake up the prey.
"The book you hold in your hand may be the most important book you will ever read; in fact, it will be."
So starts the Editor's Preface, and this is no puff piece by a publisher. When I first read it, it struck me as the reality of how we could end up with Orwell's 1984 as our future, on the way to a totally sterile Brave New World.
It is so important, that very few people have read it.
This is what happens to truth these days - it is either buried or killed. When Lobaczewski was still alive, there were many free pdf copies of the book, including from his own site - a site that has now disappeared, replaced by a redirect to the publisher. The Wankipedia entry for the book has shrunk to a minimalist mention, while the author's page has disappeared.
Let us not forget that publishing is very much part of the elitescum pathocracy - books are the manipulators of knowledge - no book, no author, no knowledge. You may think they just publish trash, but it is a deadly serious business at the level of manipulating perceptions. Always has been, from the very first books.
From Red Pill Press, the only independent publisher willing to take the risk of bringing this book alive.
The first manuscript of this book was thrown into the fire just minutes before a secret police raid in Communist Poland.
The second copy was personally delivered to a contact inside the Vatican, only to mysteriously vanish.
The third was pieced together in 1980s New York by the last surviving member of an underground research team, only to be banned from publication . . .
The "now" was 1984 for the Polish original, and 1998 for the English first edition. There is a newer edition, just published in March 2022, but with the author dead, I wouldn't necessarily trust it. I haven't read this new edition but it is mightily suspicious that it waited until the author could no longer profit from his labours.
You can still get a free copy of Political Ponerology - just go to z-lib.org and search for it.
You can also get an essay from the original editor, Laura Knight-Jadczyk, that seems to be an extended version of her preface to the book. Has some interesting insights into which chakras hit her hardest!
So, I shall be going through the whole book. I do not wish to spoil the fun by creating dry summaries, instead I shall copy and discuss some of the most insightful and powerful paragraphs. I hope the punches land in people's most sensitive chakras. This is nothing to the pain caused by abject ignorance.
I think that the mass media has done a good job in desensitising most people to the damage and horror done by genuine psychopaths. There are even books on the "wisdom" of psychopaths. I must admit, there is one wise thing - they totally don't give a shit about you. So how is it possible that few seem capable of defending themselves - or even reciprocating the the total lack of empathy.
Let me explain this as in as few words as humanly possible.
Psychopaths are human predators.
From their point of view, everybody else is fair prey.
The vast majority of people believe that such predators do not exist.
Even worse, the human prey do not believe they are prey, hence they fall prey to every psychopathic scam.
How many other creatures on this planet are prey but don't know it? How totally disconnected from reality can one get? How suicidal is that?
Hence, psychopathic predators have been able to predate on their human prey for centuries without that human prey even noticing.
Now, it's global.
Hence, we are here.