To compare cross culturally just to get perspective, here is a link to show the American vs Japanese applications of this theory,http://s1184.photobucket.com/albums/z323/C-Skirata/?action=view¤t=mutualJapan.jpg
(hope this works! just threw it together right now)
The first is Japan, click previous to see the American version.
These differences have been expressed in some of the most simplistic psychological experiments:
i.e. the pen experiment
randomly asking Americans vs Japanese people (in an airport) can choose from a series of conditions
1- four red pens one blue,
2- four blue pens one red,
3- three blue two red,
4- three red two blue.
In every condition you'll see a pattern arise where Japanese are significantly more likely to choose the majority pen where as Americans choose the minority pen.
It's a simple division between collective vs individualistic cultural models, most likely why the NWO sees the American people as their biggest enemy being the most individualistic culture in the world. We are not as easily conditioned as people that are collective.
Be kind to this information though and don't adhere to it 100% because culture is always changing, interpret this with your own reasoning & observe how changing one thing in your mutual constitution can change the person,
i.e. the media you choose to listen too, like the difference between us who here Alex Jones & those who listen to FOX News.