Attempting To Eradicate the unpredictability of man
Totalitarianism, the most radical denial of freedom is the goal
Our Greater Destiny
Ascendancy to power means primarily the establishment of officially recognised headquarters for the movement and acquisition of a kind of laboratory in which to carry out the experiment with or rather against reality, the experiment in organising a people for ultimate purposes which disregard individuality as well as nationality, under conditions which are admittedly not perfect but are sufficient for important partial results.
Totalitarianism in power uses the state administration for its long-range goal of world conquest and for the direction of the branches of the movement; it establishes the secret police as the executors and guardians of its domestic experiment in constantly transforming reality into fiction; and it finally erects concentration camps as special laboratories to carry through its experiment in total domination.
According to Hannah Arendt the nature of totalitarianism is the “combination” of “its essence of terror and its principle of logicality” (see “On the Nature of Totalitarianism“). As “essence” terror must be total, more than a means of suppressing opposition, more than an extreme or insane vindictiveness. Total terror is, in its own way, rational: it replaces, literally takes the place of, the role played by positive laws in constitutional governments. But the result is neither lawless anarchy, the war of all against all, nor the tyrannical abrogation of law.
Arendt pointed out that just as a government of laws would become “perfect” in the absence of transgressions, so terror “rules supreme when nobody any longer stands in its way” (see The Origins of Totalitarianism chapter 12). Just as positive laws in a constitutional government seek to “translate and realize” higher transcendent laws, such as God’s commandments or natural law, so totalitarian terror “is designed to translate into reality the law of movement of history or nature,” not in a limited body politic, but throughout mankind.
So long as totalitarianism exists in a non-totalitarian world, however, it needs the processes of logical or dialectical deduction to coerce the human mind into “imitating” and becoming “integrated” into the “suprahuman” forces of nature and history.
In other words, the logic of the idea of an ideology forces the mind to move as inevitably as natural and historical processes themselves move, and against this movement “nothing stands but the great capacity of men” to interrupt those processes by starting “something new.”
It is not the political isolation that always prevents action, however, but the loneliness of socially uprooted, “superfluous” human beings, their loss of common sense, the sense of community and communication, which attracts them to logical explanations of all that has happened, is happening, and ever will happen.
Thereby relieved of any responsibility for the course of the world, world-alienated masses are unwittingly, beneath the crust of their lives, prepared for totalitarian organization and, ultimately, domination.
Arendt concluded that Hitler and Stalin discovered that the eradication of the unpredictability of human affairs, of human freedom, and of human nature itself is possible in “the true central institution of totalitarian organizational power,” the concentration camp.
In concentration camps the combination of the practice of terror with the principle of logicality, which is the nature of totalitarianism, “resolves” the conflict in constitutional governments between legality and justice by ridding human beings of individual consciences and making them embodiments of the laws governing the motion of nature and history.
Terror and logicality welded together equip totalitarian regimes with unprecedented power to dominate human beings. How totalitarian systems accomplish their inversion of political life, above all how they set about destroying human conscience and the plurality of unique human individuals, staggers the imagination and confounds the faculty of understanding.
Hanna Arendt described how totalitarian regimes take total power over individuals by showering them with contradictory information until they have no way of knowing where the truth lies. https://memory.loc.gov/ammem/arendthtml/essayb7.html
Internment camps across Canada
Internment camps were announced by the media in Canada. https://ourgreaterdestiny.org/2020/10/nternment-cmps-cda-w0rld-helth-p0lce-quebec/
Concentration camp survivor Vera Sharav draws parallels between Nazi Germany and now
Thanks to Judy for the video.
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SARS-COV 2 Contradictions
Constitutional lawyer Rocco Galati Tweeted: Wow. Revolutionary. He should be in jail. For 50 years the vaccine have incanted the herd immunity mantra to justify vaccines and now this? Now, the science is the weekly, contradictory diarrhea they espouse by the week, by the day…
TEDROS: “Herd immunity is achieved by protecting people from a virus, not by exposing them to it”. https://twitter.com/roccogalatilaw/status/1316232767244558336
A BIG lie is a propaganda technique
The expression a BIG lie was coined by Adolf Hitler, when he dictated his 1925 book Mein Kampf, about the use of a lie so “colossal” that no one would believe that someone “could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously”.
Totalitarianism can only succeed with consent of the majority of people, most of whom presently believe the BIG COVID19 lie, so please, connect the dots and expose plans to dehumanize our species. Thank you.