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backed by Anglo-American and Zionist bankers and corporations - in Europe. In fact the pathological few are more malignant than Machiavellians, Pitcairn Island’s child molesters, Salem witch hunters, Cosa Nostra criminals and Nazi warmongers combined. Coldblooded and incapable of compassion, coldhearted and incapable of empathy, they are hell-bent on destroying the family as well as the nation and are well on their way to force a permanent state of terror, trauma and chaos on the citizens of the world, as a way to keep the world’s knowledge, natural resources and wealth all to themselves.

Tyrants Among Us explains why we are wasting our time, energy and peace of mind if we look to the disordered few for change. The few will not change. They will forever assert their comfort to the detriment of all others. There are zero attempts at self-correction. They want what they want when they want it. They don’t want to change and they are not capable of change. On the contrary, the disordered few have grown insanely and violently out of control. Yet they have the gall to claim the right to relentlessly condition and control all of humanity, change the face of the human race and change human potential, as we know it.

No matter how smart or well educated you are, you have been blatantly hoodwinked, sadistically played with and cunningly fleeced, like the above-mentioned parties. What has been inflicted on Marvin Gaye, Princess Diana, Queen Liliuokalani, Native Americans, Africans and Pacific Islanders is currently inflicted on all citizens on Earth. Nobody has described better what it is like to live with the pathological few than the American professor of ethnic studies Ward Churchill:

“At this junction the entire planet is locked, figuratively, in the room with the sociocultural equivalent of Hannibal Lecter. An individual of consummate taste and refinement, imbued with indelible grace and charm, he distracts his victims with the brilliance of his intellect even while honing his blade. He is thus able to dine alone upon their livers, his feast invariable candlelit, accompanied by lofty music and fine wine. Over and over the ritual is repeated, always hidden, always denied in order that it may be continued. So perfect is Lecter’s pathology that, from the debts of his scorn for the inferiors upon whom he feeds, he advances himself as their sage and therapist, he who is incomparably endowed with the ability to explain their innermost meanings, he professes to be their savior.” *1

The pathological few are the worst. All other people represent the better. The violence and devastation goes on because it is allowed to go on. The many better dependently and voluntarily exalt and enable the worst few and allow the worst few to bite and kill the many better hands that feed them. Only when we shine the light on the worst, dare look at our collusion with the worst and break the tie with the worst few, will the devastation stop. Widening the scope of our vision and moving into heightened awareness are half the battle. The other half is forgiving ourselves for our innocent gullibility, pushing through fear and learning to say: “No, enough is enough” - en masse, as in safety in numbers.

*1 Ward Churchil in A Little Matter of Genocide, 93