What's wrong with the "Desmet Pyramid?"
It's a Riddle
I’m sure many readers are familiar with the terms “mass formation” and “mass formation pyschosis” used by Desmet and Malone by now.
Recently I heard a very strong criticism of Desmet’s book by Dr. Peter Breggin on the Stew Peters Show. Breggin: “Desmet specifically says that the media is not a conspiracy. There are no conspiracies. … there’s an agenda here. The agenda is do not dare blame anybody in power.”
I have a copy of Desmet’s book. I only read the first few chapters before I heard Dr. Breggin speak about Chapter 8 in The Pyschology of Totalitarianism, “Conspiracy and Ideology.”
In the first few chapters, I thought Desmet’s discussion on “free floating anxiety” made sense. I wasn’t really sure where he was going with it though. It had occurred to me before that generating anxiety was the role that mini-Mao in North Korea played for the Globalists. My anxieties disappeared after he and Trump started sending love letters to each other.
I turned to Chapter 8, and sure enough, Desmet began with a quote from Alexandre Solzhenitsyn: “If one there were evil people somewhere insidiously committing evil deeds, it were necessary only to separate them from the rest of us and destroy them.”
Here is the text associated with what I call the “Desmet Pyramid.” This is how the Desmet Pyramid is created:
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