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The struggle to do what is right, to choose the path of good and resist the path of evil, requires empathy. This is why sociopaths naturally choose the path of evil, because they lack empathy. This is why allowing sociopaths to act as our leaders and set human policy drags us further into the putrid swamp of corruption and criminal behavior. Empathy is the key, and without empathy, we simply don't care for each other in a proper and healthy manner. We slowly drift towards self-destruction, and all indications suggest that we are advancing towards that destination. And why? Because we aren't wise enough to identify sociopaths and disqualify them from positions of power and control. As a result, we suffer from harmful leadership from the likes of Clinton, Bush, Obama, Trump, Blair, Merkel, Macron, Netanyahu, and other deceitful scum that rise to the top of human hierarchy through guile and deception.

Catherine Austin Fitts talks about her navigation through the cesspool of sociopaths that control the American government. This is a good example of the struggle to do what is right, and it underscores the value of empathy.




Catherine Austin Fitts Interview
by Jason Liosatos of Outside The Box
(duration 44:32)

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U.S. Secretary of Defence JAMES N. MATTIS: Yes, you know, I think that what we're looking for is a world where we solve problems, and we don't shred trust. We don't militarize features in the middle of international waters. We don't invade other countries, in Russia's case -- Georgia, Ukraine. That we settle things by international rule of law, you know, this sort of thing. And so I think that in terms of great power and competition. One point I want to make is we respect these as sovereign nations with a sovereign voice and sovereign decisions, and we don't think anyone else should have a veto authority over their economic, their diplomatic or their security decisions. -- source

Is it possible to be a greater hypocrite than this U.S. Secretary of Defence?

While there is some debate over how many countries we have invaded, there is no doubt that we do invade them. A lot of the time we just bomb them, and more often we run secret intelligence operations to overthrow them.

And we're supposed to believe that Hitler was evil?

No, sociopaths lie, and they do it without shame, responsibility, or empathy for others.

How can you tell when Donald Trump is lying? When his lips are moving. Same for the dishonorable James N. Mattis. Oh, they can lie convincingly, and they even blend in plenty of real truths and half-truths to spin their spell. But lie they do, because the default behavior of sociopaths is to deceive.

This is the state of the U.S. government today: dishonest, deceptive, sociopathic, criminal, evil.

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What role does empathy play in understanding?

An absolutely critical one.

The reason the ruling sociopaths are not understanding of the desires of the majority is precisely because they lack empathy. That is why they can only pursue their best interests, always at the expense of the best interests of the majority of humanity. It is why sociopaths behave so selfishly. And it is why having sociopaths as our leaders is the worst possible thing that can happen to humanity.

Unfortunately, throughout modern human history, most of our leaders have been sociopaths.

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We get stronger, not weaker, by engaging with ideas and people we disagree with, says Zachary R. Wood. In an important talk about finding common ground, Wood makes the case that we can build empathy and gain understanding by engaging tactfully and thoughtfully with controversial ideas and unfamiliar perspectives. "Tuning out opposing viewpoints doesn't make them go away," Wood says. "To achieve progress in the face of adversity, we need a genuine commitment to gaining a deeper understanding of humanity." -- source

Listen to the TED talk given by Zachary Wood at the "source" link. While you are listening, think about the difference empathy makes when it comes to understanding. Without empathy, there is no understanding. There is dismissal, opposition, anger, division, and far too often, violence. That is the reason why ruling sociopaths always resort to force when they cannot achieve their selfish goals via deception and manipulation. They have no desire to understand. Their only desire is to win. And that is why humanity can only lose as long as sociopaths rise to our leadership positions.


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In the aftermath of mass shootings, it’s about guns. But hidden in the background is the notion that the bigger target is the brain.

Read this carefully from the National Geographic piece: “…in recent decades researchers have made significant advances toward understanding THE SCIENCE OF WHAT DRIVES GOOD AND EVIL. Both seem to be linked to a key emotional trait: empathy, which is AN INTRINSIC ABILITY OF THE BRAIN to experience how another person is feeling. Researchers have found that empathy is the kindling that fires compassion in our hearts, impelling us to help others in distress. Studies also have traced violent, psychopathic, and antisocial behaviors to a lack of empathy, which appears to stem from IMPAIRED NEURAL CIRCUITS…” (Emphasis is mine).

An unproven hypothesis emerges: brain deficits account for the majority of EVIL.

Fixing the brain is the answer, of course. How much do you trust medical authorities and societal planners to carry out that task?

You can't trust them. That is precisely the problem. It's not that the National Geographic quote is wrong. It is precisely on target with regards to the inverse relationship of empathy to evil. The problem is that the ruling sociopaths, i.e. evil itself, is going to be running the program to "fix the brain". Heck, they are doing it even now in a variety of experimental ways, including poisoning our air and water and food, subjecting us to multiple methods of mind control, and rendering us dependent on their authority and control.

The solution is not to "fix the brain", which Jon Rappoport correctly fears will be misused. The solution is to identify the sociopaths, and then disqualify them from positions of power and control. This is much simpler and more effective than trying to modify people's brains, which is problematic to the extreme, especially when sociopaths are leading the program. You couldn't ask for a worse scenario than that, and that's what we have now. The danger is off the chart.


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I have studied David Icke for a long time. I am convinced that he is a legitimate truth-seeker. I got further confirmation of that today when I listened to the video below. Starting around the 19:00 mark, Icke ties together Satanism, sociopathy, and empathy.

And he nails it!

Outside of what I have been writing about for at least a decade, Icke's summary of the role empathy plays in how the world works is one of the best I've come across.

Watch the whole video to get the context of how critical empathy is to the enslavement of the bulk of humanity, meaning the non-sociopaths who are the targets of the ruling sociopaths. As the YouTube title says, this one is indeed a MUST WATCH!




(duration 23:30)
David Icke November 27 2018 - How The Elite Extract Energy Through Rituals [MUST WATCH]

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What if off-planet, advanced life forms had more empathy than humans? What might that look like?




Sci-Fi Short Film "FTL" presented by DUST
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A fish flopped out of the river and ended up in a boat. The benevolent fisherman picked the fish up gently and placed him back in the river. The fish tells the story to every fish he meets. Nobody believes him. -- source

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Researchers who study empathy have noticed that it's actually really hard to do what we were striving for in my generation: empathize with people who are different than you are, much less people you don't like. But if researchers set up a conflict, people get into automatic empathy overdrive, with their own team. This new research has scrambled notions of how empathy works as a force in the world. For example, we often think of terrorists as shockingly blind to the suffering of innocents. But Breithaupt and other researchers think of them as classic examples of people afflicted with an "excess of empathy. They feel the suffering of their people."

Breithaupt called his new book The Dark Sides of Empathy, because there's a point at which empathy doesn't even look like the kind of universal empathy I was taught in school. There is a natural way that empathy gets triggered in the brain — your pain centers light up when you see another person suffering. But out in the world it starts to look more like tribalism, a way to keep reinforcing your own point of view and blocking out any others. -- source

As in Jewish tribalism? As in the "empathy" of organized sociopaths?

There’s No Dark Side to Empathy, Just People with Dark Sides

Bullies can read and interpret the feelings of others, but they do not share those feelings. They lack the empathic ability to feel what others are feeling. To call that a dark side of empathy is wrong. Bullying is dark behavior, not empathy.

Yes, people with dark sides are called sociopaths. They are bullies. They have little to no empathy. They are the dark side.

So Breithaupt thinks real terrorists are afflicted with an "excess of empathy"? I don't think so. They may have an excess of anger, an overwhelming desire for revenge, a hurt that cannot be calmed, a rage that cannot be extinguished, or many other emotional excesses, but not an excess of empathy. Empathy means feeling what the other teams feel, not just what your team feels.

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“Animals are aware of their meaning in life. They know their role. They have empathy and compassion- even for the human being who often makes their lives a living hell. It is a miracle that animals have never rebelled against humans. Nature has taught me what true empathy and compassion is. From the mouse to the elephant, from the cauliflower to the tree.“ -- Anna Breytenbach (source)

Humanity is led by the most unempathetic of humans, the sociopaths. This is why the human world is so insane, but the natural world is not. Sociopaths are the morally insane. This is another way of saying that they are empathy impoverished, or more accurately, devoid of empathy. Morality is derived directly from empathy, which is why sociopaths are devoid of morality. The bulk of humanity, the non-sociopaths, must one day regain control of their lives by initiating the strict management of sociopaths, who are only a very tiny percentage of humanity. Currently, and throughout history, that tiny group of sociopaths has managed humanity. That is why human history is one disaster after another, full of death and destruction, and why humanity cannot progress past its ever-present malaise. Only when sociopaths are forbidden to manage humanity will things change for the better. Empathy must be driver's seat for humanity to flourish. Empathy must rule, not the selfishness of the sociopaths. Will it ever happen? It has to, or we are doomed.

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To deal more consciously with nature is not difficult, says Breytenbach. “You can start today by being friendlier and kinder to every animal you meet. Your dog or cat, but also the fly, the mosquito or the spider. You can look differently and observe the animals, the plants, but also the flowers and the vegetables in a way that you have not done before. -- source

Being kinder to others is all about empathy. Think about that. Being kinder to others is all about empathy.

Ever wonder why our leaders and politicians are not kind? It's because they have little to no empathy. It's because they are sociopaths. That's why they orchestrated WW2. That's why they did 9/11. That's why they unleashed the COVID-19 scam. They can't be kind to us. They can only work towards enslaving us.

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