The Battle Against the Tyrants

During the past two years, the saner sections of the human race have been comparing the powers used by their governments, to a period in the last century; that of the dictatorial regime in Nazi Germany between the 1930s and 40s.

Mattias Desmet is a clinical psychology professor at Ghent University, in Belgium. He is one of the world’s leading researchers of Mass Formation, the tactic used by the tyrants in Germany and the Soviet Union. Desmet applied his knowledge of statistics to the analyses that were being carried out during the pandemic and he was concerned by the consensus narrative.

How can the situation in Germany, eighty years ago, be compared to the world today?

What are the conditions that make it possible for this mass formation to take place?

Is it possible to win against the totalitarian dictators?

To learn more from Mattias Desmet on Mass Formation and Totalitarianism, check the following:

Mattias Desmet Discusses Mass Formation Psychosis

Why Do So Many Still Buy Into The Narrative

Dr.Robert Malone, Dr.Peter McCullough, Dr.Mattias Desmet (Mass Formation Psychosis)

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4 Responses to The Battle Against the Tyrants

  1. Bazinga says:

    Branch Covidians following the Menglemaniacs


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  2. Shy Ted says:

    Out and about today. On the ground observations and conversations would suggest the psychosis is further entrenched.


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  3. kaysee kaysee says:

    A detailed article on Mass Formation by Dr Robert Malone.

    Mass Formation: Deployed on You After Over 200 Years of Study

    Abridged from M. Desmet: “The Psychology of Totalitarianism”

    ‘Mass Formation – brief summary

    – Totalitarianism is characterized by processes of large scale mass formation.

    – Four conditions are needed for large scale mass formation:

    1/ A large amount of people must feel alone and isolated.

    2/ Their lives must feel pointless and meaningless.

    3/ There must be high levels of free floating anxiety, and

    4/ There must be high levels of free-floating frustration and aggression.



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