[Epub] ↠ The Rape of the Mind Author Joost A.M. Meerloo – Thegreatwallonline.us

The Rape of the Mind PDF Epub The Rape Of The Mind Author Joost A.M Meerloo Jwdfitness.co.uk SINCE 1933, When A Completely Drugged And Trial Conditioned Human Wreck Confessed To Having Started The Reichstag Fire In Berlin, Dr Joost A M Meerloo Has Studied The Methods By Which Systematic Mental Pressure Brings People To Abject Submission, And By Which Totalitarians Imprint Their Subjective Truth On Their Victims Minds The First Two And One Half Years Of World War II, Dr Meerloo Spent Under The Pressure Of Nazi Occupied Holland, Witnessing At Firsthand The Nazi Methods Of Mental Torture.on Than One Occasion During This Time He Was Able To Use His Psychiatric And Psychoanalytic Knowledge To Treat Some Of The Victims Then, After Personal Experiences With Enforced Interrogation, He Escaped From A Nazi Prison And Certain Death To England, Where He Was Able, As Chief Of The Psychological Department Of The Netherlands Forces, To Observe And Study Coercive Methods Officially In This Capacity He Had To Investigate Not Only Traitors And Collaborators, But Also Those Members Of The Resistance Who Had Gone Through The Utmost Of Mental Pressure Later, As High Commissioner For Welfare, He Came In Closer Contact With Those Who Had Gone Through Physical And Mental Torture After The War, He Came To The United States, Where His War Experiences Would Not Permit Him To Concentrate Solely On His Psychiatric Practice, But Compelled Him To Go Beyond Purely Medical Aspects To The Social Aspects Of The Problem As And Cases Of Thought Control, Brainwashing, And Mental Coercion Were Disclosed Cardinal Mindszenty, Colonel Schwable, Robert Vogeler, And Others His Interest Grew It Was Dr Meerloo Who Coined The Word Menticide, The Killing Of The Spirit, For This Peculiar Crime His Knowledge Of These Totalitarian Procedures Has Been Officially Acknowledged He Served As An Expert Witness In The Case Of Colonel Schwable, The Marine Corps Officer Who, After Months Of Subjection To Physical And Mental Torture Following His Capture In Korea, Was Made To Confess To Having Taken Part In Germ Warfare It Is Dr Meerloo S Position That Through Pressure On The Weak Points In Men S Makeup, Totalitarian Methods Can Turn Anyone Into A Traitor And In The Rape Of The Mind He Goes Far Beyond The Direct Military Implications Of Mental Torture To Describing How Our Own Culture Unobtrusively Shows Symptoms Of Pressurizing People S Minds He Presents A Systematic Analysis Of The Methods Of Brainwashing And Mental Torture And Coercion, And Shows How Totalitarian Strategy, With Its Use Of Mass Psychology, Leads To Systematized Rape Of The Mind He Describes The New Age Of Cold War With Its Mental Terror, Verbocracy, And Semantic Fog, The Use Of Fear As A Tool Of Mass Submission And The Problem Of Treason And Loyalty, So Loaded With Dangerous Confusion The Rape Of The Mind Is Written For The Interested Layman, Not Only For Experts And Scientists Contents Part One The Techniques Of Individual Submission 1 You Too Would Confess 2 Pavlov S Students As Circus Tamers 3 Medication Into Submission 4 Why Do They Yield The Psychodynamics Of False Confession Part Two The Techniques Of Mass Submission 5 The Cold War Against The Mind 6 Totalitaria And Its Dictatorship 7 The Intrusion By Totalitarian Thinking 8 Trial By Trial 9 Fear As A Tool Of Terror Part Three Unobtrusive Coercion 10 The Child Is Father To The Man 11 Mental Contagion And Mass Delusion 12 Technology Invades Our Minds 13 Intrusion By The Administrative Mind 14 The Turncoat In Each Of Us Part Four In Search Of Defenses 15 Training Against Mental Torture 16 Education For Discipline Or Higher Morale 17 From Old To New Courage 18 Freedom Our Mental Backbone

[Epub] ↠ The Rape of the Mind  Author Joost A.M. Meerloo – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 326 pages
  • The Rape of the Mind
  • Joost A.M. Meerloo
  • English
  • 04 February 2018
  • 1615773762

10 thoughts on “The Rape of the Mind


  1. says:

    We live in a world of constant noise which captures our minds even when we are not aware of it The above statement is eventrue now than it was at the time of first printing and is part of what makes The rape of the mind a highly relevant book still even though both the Berlin wall and the Iron curtain has tumbled down by now The book is important because of the psychology behind those things and the fact that mental contagion and mass delusion are things almost impossible to immu We live in a world of constant noise which captures our minds even when we are not aware of it The above statement is eventrue now than it was at the time of first printing and is part of what makes The rape of the mind a highly relevant book still even though both the Berlin wall and the Iron curtain has tumbled down by now The book is important because of the psychology behind those things and the fact that mental contagion and mass delusion are things almost impossible to immunize a people against It s a frightening wake up call of a read And it s devilishly interesting to boot Meerloo s writing is accessible and flows with ease I disagree though with his use of the terms fatherland vs motherland in the connotations applied as well as the hinted tone behind homosexual tendencies when mentioned,...


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    Chapter 9 Fear as a Tool of TerrorThe Fear of LivingIn our era the fear aroused by human relationships is so strong that inertia and mental death often seemattractive than mental alertness and life Classical psychology often spoke of the fear of death and the great unknown as the cause of many anxieties, but modern psychological studies have shown us that the fear of living is a much greater, deeper, andfrightening one.Living often seems beyond our power Stepping out of a relativ Chapter 9 Fear as a Tool of TerrorThe Fear of LivingIn our era the fear aroused by human relationships is so strong that inertia and mental death often seemattractive than mental alertness and life Classical psychology often spoke of the fear of death and the great unknown as the cause of many anxieties, but modern psychological studies have shown us that the fear of living is a much greater, deeper, andfrightening one.Living often seems beyond our power Stepping out of a relatively safe childish dependence into freedom and responsibility is both hazardous and dangerous Living demands activity and spontaneity, trial and error, sleeping and reawakening, competition and cooperation, adaptation and reorientation Living involves manifold relationships, each of which has thousands of implications and complications Living takes us away from the dream of being protected and demands that we expose...


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    The modern means of mass communication bring the entire world daily into each man s home the techniques of propaganda and salesmanship have been refined and systematized there is scarcely any hiding place from the constant visual and verbal assault on the mind The pressures of daily life impelandpeople to seek an easy escape from responsibility and maturity He who dictates and formulates the words and phrases we use, he who is master of the press and radio, is master of the min The modern means of mass communication bring the entire world daily into each man s home the techniques of propaganda and salesmanship have been refined and systematized there is scarcely any hiding place from the constant visual and verbal assault on the mind The pressures of daily life impelandpeople to seek an easy escape from responsibility and maturity He who dictates and formulates the words and phrases we use, he who is master of the press and radio, is master of the mind Big Brother s voice resounds in all the little brothers The totalitarians are very ingenious in arousing latent guilt in us by repeating over and over again how criminally the Western world has acted toward innocent and peaceful people The totalitarian conception of equalization can be realized only in death, when the chemical and physica...


  4. says:

    The most intelligent, realistic, honest and well documented book on mind control, brainwashing and hypnosis We experience the application of the proven techniques throughout our civilization, as carefully applied by secret agencies who forward to NWO agenda.


  5. says:

    The book makes some excellent observations on how societies or persons in power try to manipulate and control It also makes some observations on how people capitulate to these influences that seem credible The book unintentionally because it was written in the 1950s sheds a lot of light on the current cultural sexual revolution The information can also be adapted to other situations how should the Church prepare its young persons to withstand the mental manipulations of secular culture T The book makes some excellent observations on how societies or persons in power try to manipulate and control It also makes some observations on how people capitulate to these influences that seem credible The book unintentionally because it was written in the 1950s sheds a lot of light on the current cultural sexual revolution The information can also be adapted to other situations how should the Church prepare its young persons to withstand the mental manipulations of secular culture There are people out there who are paid a lot of money to study and employ tactics of motivation, how to change your mind, how to get you to accept a conclusion while bypassing an a...


  6. says:

    This is an important book It s as relevant today as it was when it was written 1957 , perhapsso.Sadly, the author s warnings have not been heeded Democracy has vanished, and we live under a lawless totalitarianism, fortified by mass propaganda, brainwashing,...


  7. says:

    This book, first published in 1956, describes the various tactics used by Totalitarian states, and explores why some people stand up to them better than others It discusses brainwashing, menticide a term coined by the author , attaining false confessions, and the gamut of tactics of mental submission be they active or passive in nature and whether they target individuals or the whole of society The author, Joost Meerloo, was a Dutch psychiatrist who fled the Nazis, served as a Colonel and This book, first published in 1956, describes the various tactics used by Totalitarian states, and explores why some people stand up to them better than others It discusses brainwashing, menticide a term coined by the author , attaining false confessions, and the gamut of tactics of mental submission be they active or passive in nature and whether they target individuals or the whole of society The author, Joost Meerloo, was a Dutch psychiatrist who fled the Nazis, served as a Colonel and psychiatric expert in the Dutch military in exile duri...


  8. says:

    An abysmal book on a fascinating subject So full of repetitions, the book itself seems to be some kind of brainwashing or torture The writer constantly has to refer to shallow freudian concepts like the infant in our brain Very shallow understanding of the psychology Would not recommend.


  9. says:

    If you think the liberal media is brainwashing people, READ THIS BOOK.If you think Fox News is brainwashing people, READ THIS BOOK.Then take a step back and decide for yourself who is actually exhibitingof the tendencies of dictators described by Dr Meerloo.


  10. says:

    Very interesting book and a useful read in the era of Brexit, Trump and problems with North Korea from a psychologist who survived WW II and studies traitors and collaborators of totalitarian regimes Although Meerloo suggests that any human being can be brainwashed based the wiring of our brains, he points towards the solution He highlights the characteristics of democracy, which is based on free, independent thinking and basic moral values such as respect for each other and for our difference Very interesting book and a useful read in the era of Brexit, Trump and problems with North Korea from a psychologist who survived WW II and studies traitors and collaborators of to...

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