A Gentle Warning

TimeWatch Editorial
January 23, 2017

On the Remember.org website, is found an article entitled “Nazi Fascism and The Modern Totalitarian State.” The purpose of the website is stated to be A People’s History of the Holocaust and Genocide. It was founded April 25, 1995 as a Guide for Teachers. The complete instructional guide is created by Gary Grobman. The article opens with a synopsis that states the following.


“The government of Nazi Germany was a fascist, totalitarian state. Totalitarian regimes, in contrast to a dictatorship, establish complete political, social, and cultural control over their subjects, and are usually headed by a charismatic leader. Fascism is a form of right-wing totalitarianism which emphasizes the subordination of the individual to advance the interests of the state. Nazi fascism’s ideology included a racial theory which denigrated “non-Aryans,” extreme nationalism which called for the unification of all German-speaking peoples, the use of private paramilitary organizations to stifle dissent and terrorize opposition, and the centralization of decision-making by, and loyalty to, a single leader.” Gary Grobman
“Nazi Fascism and
The Modern Totalitarian State.”

Oftimes, because of the differences that are found in various societies, totalitarian control is not always easily recognized. What might yet appear as democratic because certain external systems are allowed to continue, the final outcome of those apparently functioning systems are shocking to those who genuinely believe that they still live in a democracy. According to the Free Encyclopedia, The German election of 1933 was closely “monitored” by the Nazis, with the obvious result. This became the last general election in Germany before the beginning of World War II. After that Hitler became Dictator after passing his Enabling Act on the 23rd of March. As I have said before it is possible to move covertly into a controlled state while remaining convinced that you have retained your Democratic norms. Only when it is too late, do some recognize their dilemma. Listen to how the article continues.


“Totalitarian forms of organization enforce this demand for conformity. Totalitarian societies are hierarchies dominated by one political party and usually by a single leader. The party penetrates the entire country through regional, provincial, local and “primary” (party-cell) organization. Youth, professional, cultural, and sports groups supplement the party’s political control. A paramilitary secret police ensures compliance. Information and ideas are effectively organized through the control of television, radio, the press, and education at all levels.” Gary Grobman “Nazi Fascism and The Modern Totalitarian State.”

A careful re-reading of the above paragraph should now engage your attention. The warnings presented there are not sudden, but are often gradual in their approach. With each step “alternative facts” are advanced as preferential to the truth. Soon, these intrusions are accepted as norms and truth becomes unessential. This satanic methodology has been described by the Encyclopedia of psychology, vol. 1 pp. 463-464, as Coercive Persuasion.


“Coercive persuasion, Mind control also known as brainwashing, reeducation, brainsweeping, thought control, or thought reform is the scientific theory that human subjects can be indoctrinated in a way that causes "an impairment of autonomy, an inability to think independently, and a disruption of beliefs and affiliations. In this context, brainwashing refers to the involuntary re-education of basic beliefs and values." Encyclopedia of psychology, vol. 1 pp. 463-464.


Ralph W. Omholt in his February 1, 2006 article entitled, “Mind Control in the XXI Century” makes the point that "Mind Control" is more accurately addressed as "Behavior Control;" one leads to the other. In his dealing with Attitude Modification, Omholt says that

“The effects of Coercive Persuasion change both the individual's internal attitude toward the actions encountered AND the external effect of the effort. Modern Coercive Persuasion methods contain a workable technology for effecting the victim’s willing "cooperation," "sincerity," and "compliance" which is so passionate, zealous and convincing, that it expresses itself as voluntary and willing change, versus factually coerced ‘change.’” Ralph W. Omholt, “Mind Control in the XXI Century” Freedom4um Website, February 1, 2006

It is very important that we remain watchful regarding the techniques used by those who are “in charge.” Quite often we smile and consider these individuals as mindless wastes of time. In fact they are nothing of the sort. The methods used have been long developed, tested and implemented by totalitarian regimes of the past. The subtle nature of control has become even more effective because of the wider spectrum of distraction that causes us to not pay close attention. What appears to be obvious, too often turns out not to be so, causing us to be left amazed that anyone could be so deceived. The fact is that our own inactive approach is testimony to our own deception. So let us take a close look at the events that are taking place around us. Each one of us will have to evaluate the situation and guard against the manipulation. Gary Grobman continues to warn us.


“Totalitarian regimes differ from older concepts of dictatorship or tyranny. Totalitarian regimes seek to establish complete political, social and cultural control, whereas dictatorships seek limited, typically political, control. Two types of totalitarianism can sometimes be distinguished: Nazism and Fascism which evolved from “right-wing” extremism, and Communism, which evolved from “left-wing” extremism. Totalitarian regimes mobilize and make use of mass political participation, and often are led by charismatic cult figures. Examples of such cult figures in modern history are Mao Tse-tung (China) and Josef Stalin (Soviet Union), who led left-wing regimes, and Adolf Hitler (Germany) and Benito Mussolini (Italy), who led right-wing regimes. Right-wing totalitarian regimes (particularly the Nazis) have arisen in relatively advanced societies, relying on the support of traditional economic elites to attain power.” Gary Grobman “Nazi Fascism and the Modern Totalitarian State.”

Robert Lenzner , an investment banker, who previously was National Editor and Senior Editor at Forbes Magazine and New York Bureau Chief of The Boston Globe and Wall Street correspondent of The Economist says in his article posted on August 1, 2014 in The Economist entitled “The Theory of Economic Elite Domination:”


“Today's Power Elite are the vanguard of the "economic elites and organized groups representing business interests (that) have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy, while average citizens and mass-based interest groups have little or no independent influence," according to one academic study, Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizen by Martin Gilens, a Princeton professor and Benjamin Page of Northwestern. (Soon to be published.) This claim of policy implementation by powerful groups follows in the tradition of the Winner Takes All Politics of Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson that stirred up controversy some years ago.”
Robert Lenzner , “The Theory of Economic Elite Domination:” The Economist, August 1, 2014.

Robert Lenzner must be considered a credible source since he is a part of that Power Elite. Perhaps his warning will get through.

Cameron A. Bowen

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