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“Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless.
Not to speak is to speak.
Not to act is to act.”
~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer
By Catherine Austin Fitts
Mass Formation is a theory that has circulated over the last year. My immediate reaction upon hearing it was that I could not fathom why anyone would take it seriously. It was proposed by a Belgian professor named Mattias Desmet. To explain why it bore little relationship to the reality of current events, I published an interview with Ulrike Granögger, Control and Freedom Happen One Person at a Time.
I was online last month with ally and friend, Dr. Peter Breggin for the Doctors for Covid Ethics Symposium. Peter’s resume, credentials and experience in the field of psychology and psychiatry are second to none. His nickname is “the conscience of psychiatry.” Somehow the theory of mass formation came up – and it turned out Peter shared my criticisms but from a place of much greater expertise. Peter’s brilliant wife Ginger had just finished Desmet’s book “The Psychology of Totalitarianism.” She encouraged Peter and I to read it and help our audience understand the issues involved.
So we read the book. Peter has written a book review (to come) as has Ulrike. Peter joined me yesterday for a discussion. His insights, as always, were right on the money. Our destiny is to confront the evil before us. We are not made safe by theories that distract us from seeing the control grid that is steadily invading all aspects of our life and work or identifying and stopping the people who are lavishly spending our money and resources to build it.