by Brandon Smith

It is often said that separating people as “others” in general can be dangerous, and separating your enemies as “others” in particular can be tactically detrimental. For example, it can lead to a false sense of superiority over these people by displaying an imaginary genetic advantage.

This can also lead to dangerous generalizations to large groups of people, categorizing and filing millions as being exactly alike, while it is not reasonably possible. However, separating as “others” is probably the only option when facing a very special type of person embracing a certain brand of ideology – separating as “others” can become a matter of survival.

Of course, I’m talking about the globalists.

Not for the low-level buddies and useful idiots in the globalization tense or “movement”, since many of them simply represent a hidden gullibility or stupidity among people drawn from the hereditary academic world. Instead, I’m talking about the people behind the veil – self-proclaimed “globalists” or internationalists who have positioned themselves in strategic centers of power.

I’m talking about people who influence or openly control government policies that stand over the shoulders of supposedly elected officials. I am talking about people who influence economic security or insecurity through non-liable central banking conglomerates. I am talking about men and women who want to dictate the fates of billions.

These people are difficult to identify by any means other than their rhetoric and actions. They are made up of many ethnic groups. They announce from all over the planet.

They do not belong to any spiritual doctrine, but are publicly devoted to a variety of religions as a means of “fitting in” with ordinary citizens. Globalism is their religion. And their god? Well, they see themselves as gods.

To be a globalist, however, one must do more than accept the principles of globalism; these are character traits and actions that need to be considered.

After much study of the behavior of globalists and their organizations, I have noticed that their psychological models tend to coincide with a narrow group of people who are best described as “criminally insane.” More specifically, globalists behave like highly functional narcissistic sociopaths and psychopaths. But what are the characteristic features of such people? Let’s take a look at some of them …

False sense of superiority – Self-exaltation

Everyone wants to be perceived as important and unique. But narcissistic sociopaths believe they are entitled to a special attitude and see themselves as above the laws and subtle differences of a normal society. Sometimes they try to support this attitude through “achievements”, scratching for positions of power and influence to reinforce the notion that they are more special than others.

Of course, power is usually an artificial construction, because the only power we have over others is the power they give us, consciously or not. Power does not make a person special. The narcissistic sociopath does not distinguish these things, however.

He / she differentiates only between the people who strive for domination and everyone else. In their minds, people who crave power are the highest subspecies, while people who do not crave power are considered nothing.

Honestly, I see no reason not to make the same absolute claim, only the other way around.

Narcissistic sociopaths and psychopaths are fascinated by visions of seeming grandeur. They do not view the content of their achievements as necessarily important.

That is, they think they are born great, therefore, what is it like for them to achieve something that serves the benefit of others or develops the knowledge of humanity. They do not care to prove their greatness through good achievements – they just care that people BELIEVE that they are special, that they are anointed.

Manipulation and coercion

The narcissistic sociopath usually prefers to get what he wants easily. He expects people to automatically worship and obey him. But if he does not get what he wants, as he is accustomed to, he will use all the means at his disposal.

This usually involves threatening with force or use of force, torture, gossip and intrigue to squeeze the victim into a corner (to make her behave in a certain way), use of psychological conditioning (shaping behavior, usually through fear reactions) , as well as “burning the wick” (accusing the victim of being “crazy” if she does not accept the distorted narcissist’s outlook).

Of course, such a confused person is never really satisfied, even when he gets what he wants. He always wants more, there is always something else he needs to fill the endless void within himself.

Lack of sympathy for others

Not all daffodils are sociopaths, but most sociopaths are daffodils. When it comes to narcissus, it is important to remember that there are varying degrees of this psychological cancer. When I refer to globalists in particular as “daffodils,” I mean their tendency to act as high-functioning narcissists with sociopathic leanings.

In other words, they are daffodils who not only have an inflated sense of self worth, but also lack compassion and conscience. They are willing to hurt others to any degree to get what they want right now, as long as they think they can avoid the consequences of their actions.

There is also the question of the difference between sociopaths and psychopaths. This is a bit difficult to describe as they are very similar in many ways. Let me put it this way – as sociopaths pursue a goal and are willing to trample on people to achieve it, psychopaths trample on people, even when they have not set a goal. That is, the psychopath enjoys the art of destruction; what he wants most is to hurt other people.

Both sociopaths and psychopaths seem to have seeped into the ranks of global institutions. Some of them want to raise their idol and do not care who they injure in the process. Some enjoy the pleasure of hurting as many people as possible.

Desperate need for adoration

The narcissistic sociopath lacks the ability to achieve a level of respect through coercion. After all, what he wants is for the lower masses to voluntarily accept his greatness as absolute, as an obvious and irrefutable fact of life.

What he wants is honor and devotion. As mentioned earlier, they want to be treated like gods by people around them, and if they are particularly ambitious, from around the world.

This is indeed a strange pursuit, as it requires skillful intrigue and manipulation. If one is not a great person, let alone a godlike person, the amount of psychological conditioning needed to convince people of the opposite is essential.

This makes the narcissistic sociopath a potential slave to his own continually set up conspiracies; lies pile upon each other and intrigue after intrigue in search of something they will never truly achieve.

Globalists are psychologically damaged nonhumans

In the world of alternative analysis and investigative journalism, it is not uncommon to come across people who attribute a non-terrestrial rank to globalists. Some people see them as a symbol of the biblical Apocalypse – servants of the depths of hell.

Others see them literally as alien, interdimensional beings posing as human beings. And while many will laugh at such people as conspiratorial freaks, I think it’s important to understand why they see the globalists this way.

When confronted with real and organized evil, emptied of all care or remorse, one may be tempted to seek supernatural explanations. I’m not sure if I’m against this idea.

Globalists show most, not to mention all the treacherous signs of narcissistic sociopaths, including lack of conscience and moral compass. Although there are many definitions of what makes us human, there is something like a universal requirement, regardless of culture, namely, a requirement for something like a soul.

What is the soul? How about a basic desire to be truthful with others, even if it means that we will not receive everything we want all the time? It’s a good starting point, but there’s more to it than that.

Psychologists and scientists have for many decades found a pattern of innate traits embedded in the human psyche – traits found in humans from birth that remain outside the influence of the social environment.

Carl Jung is the first expert in this field of “archetypal traits” with a comprehensive catalog of case studies from around the world, including tribal Africa.

An important part of archetypal or innate knowledge and traits is the notion of good and evil – we are born with the understanding that some behaviors are constructive, while others are destructive and contrary. This is probably the source of what we call ‘conscience’.

Unfortunately, not all people are born with a conscience. For some people, the difference between good and evil or constructive and destructive behavior is blurred or insignificant. Jung and other psychologists refer to this subclass of our species as “latent” sociopaths and psychopaths.

Together they make up about 10% of each crop or group. Many of them go “latent” and are less or less harmless throughout their lives, unless certain unstable environmental conditions provide fuel for their malfunction. About 1% are born as complete sociopaths and psychopaths. These are what I would call “inhuman”.

This is because high levels of narcissism and sociopathy are traditional “mental illnesses” and rooted in character traits. A narcissistic sociopath cannot be “cured” of his illness because it is not a disease – they are just that. If you deprive them of narcissism and sociopathy, there will be nothing left of their personality.

When a normal person comes in contact with someone who has no innate conscience, he immediately recoils; he feels like he has run into a monster. This is not an exaggeration, it is just that.

Narcissists and high-class sociopaths are physically human, of course, but if we have to look visually into their psyche, we will find a wasteland – a place where ghouls lurk. They do not dream like normal people.

They do not enjoy the way normal people rejoice. They are not satisfied with the things that usually excite the rest of us. They are incapable of loving others. They are unable to regret their actions and only feel sorry for when they fail to get what they want. They don’t see other people as personalities – they see them as tools to use.

Being a sociopath does not mean that we are not aware of how the rest of us function. On the contrary, sociopaths are very good at identifying the personal desires and aspirations of others and in imitating people in a way that makes them look “human.” They are parasites by nature and thus need to be able to approach their victims victims if they are to survive.

The dynamic of the globalist is interesting in that it is an example of organized narcissistic sociopathy. Globalists have led many wars, economic collapses and tyrannies over the years – all ending with great suffering for the masses. Contrary to popular belief, sociopaths and psychopaths WORK together toward a common goal, as long as there is a sense of mutual benefit.

In fact, these people seem to gravitate to each other in strange ways. It is my belief that the hierarchies of globalists are actually looking for people with narcissistic and sociopathic personalities; that they do it deliberately when they want to expand their ranks. These seem to be the only aspects that are common to all of them.

That’s a pretty “conspiracy theory,” I know. But look at it this way – how else can we explain their inclinations and behaviors? If organized destruction were the innate value of humanity, we would have died long ago. Globalists are not human, however. They are something contrary to this and if you do not understand this basic truth, they can be confusing and horrifying.