Politics And Shadow Politics: Understanding The Elite’s War on Humanity

Saturday, October 22, 2011
By Paul Martin

SAMAN MOHAMMADI
THE EXCAVATOR
OCTOBER 21, 2011

A mass grave site in La Macarena, Colombia, that was unearthed in 2010 outside a Colombian military base overseen by the U.S. military. Human rights lawyer Dan Kovalik said that, “The discovery of this mass grave by sheer accident raises the prospect that there are more yet to be found,” in his April 2010 article called, “U.S. and Colombia Cover Up Atrocities Through Mass Graves.”

“Politics is the management of people. It is important to understand the psychology as well as the symptoms of problems.” – Henry Kissinger. The quote is from a Time Magazine article by Hugh Sidey called, “The Presidency: Majesty, Poetry and Power,” that was published on October 20, 1980.

“People first feel things without noticing them, then notice them with inner distress and disturbance, and finally reflect on them with a clear mind.” – Giambattista Vico; The New Science, pg. 94.

“No, the demons are not banished; that is a difficult task that still lies ahead. Now that the angel of history has abandoned the Germans, the demons will seek a new victim. And that won’t be difficult. Every man who loses his shadow, every nation that falls into self-righteousness, is their prey…. We should not forget that exactly the same fatal tendency to collectivization is present in the victorious nations as in the Germans, that they can just as suddenly become a victim of the demonic powers.” – Carl Jung; The Postwar Psychic Problems of the Germans (1945).
“Politics,” said Henry Kissinger, “is the management of people.” Based on this definition, shadow politics is the management of the mass death of people. Specifically, it is the management of public perceptions about acts of mass destruction and mass death as carried out by government leaders.

The premeditated destruction of Iraq by the United States government provides a present-day example of how government leaders justify the mass murder of foreign populations to their own people. Neoconservative thinking was the ideological source of both the destruction of Iraq and the destruction of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001.

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