Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Perfecting The Method of "Color Revolutions" - Western leaders slip back into childhood


By Thierry Meyssan:

"Ever since the work of French sociologist Gustave Le Bon in the late nineteenth century, we know that adults behave like children when they are in the throes of collective emotion. They become susceptible, even if for just a critical fleeting moment, to the suggestions of a leader-of-men who for them embodies a father figure. In 1990, Sharp got close to Colonel Reuven Gal, then chief psychologist of the Israeli Army (he later became deputy national security adviser to Ariel Sharon and now runs operations designed to manipulate young Israeli non-Jews). Combining the discoveries of Le Bon and Sigmund Freud, Gal reached the conclusion that it was also possible to exploit the 'Oedipus complex' in adolescents and steer a crowd of young people to oppose a head of state, as a symbolic father figure."