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TahoeBlue:
http://educate-yourself.org/nwo/nwotavistockbestkeptsecret.shtml

Tavistock Institute developed the mass brain-washing techniques which were first used experimentally on American prisoners of war in Korea. Its experiments in crowd control methods have been widely used on the American public, a surreptitious but nevertheless outrageous assault on human freedom by modifying individual behavior through topical psychology. A German refugee, Kurt Lewin, became director of Tavistock in 1932. He came to the U.S. in 1933 as a "refugee", the first of many infiltrators, and set up the Harvard Psychology Clinic, which originated the propaganda campaign to turn the American public against Germany and involve us in World War II.

Tavistock Institute originated the mass civilian bombing raids carried out by Roosevelt and Churchill purely as a clinical experiment in mass terror, keeping records of the results as they watched the "guinea pigs" reacting under "controlled laboratory conditions".

All Tavistock and American foundation techniques have a single goal---to break down the psychological strength of the individual and render him helpless to oppose the dictators of the World Order.

Any technique which helps to break down the family unit, and family inculcated principles of religion, honor, patriotism and sexual behavior, is used by the Tavistock scientists as weapons of crowd control.

Today the Tavistock Institute operates a $6 Billion a year network of Foundations in the U.S., all of it funded by U.S. taxpayers' money. Ten major institutions are under its direct control, with 400 subsidiaries, and 3000 other study groups and think tanks which originate many types of programs to increase the control of the World Order over the American people. The Stanford Research Institute, adjoining the Hoover Institution, is a $150 million a year operation with 3300 employees. It carries on program surveillance for Bechtel, Kaiser, and 400 other companies, and extensive intelligence operations for the CIA. It is the largest institution on the West Coast promoting mind control and the behavioral sciences.


http://www.orgdyne.com/papers/HistoryofSystemsPsychodynamics.pdf

System PsychoDynamics - The Formative Years of an Interdisciplinary Field at the Tavistock Institute - Fraher

Systems psychodynamics is an interdisciplinary field that integrates three disciplines—the practice of psychoanalysis, the theories and methods of group relations, and open systems perspectives. Systems psychodynamics is “a term used to refer to the collective psychological behavior” (Neumann, 1999, p. 57) within and between groups and organizations. “Systems psychodynamics, therefore, provides a way of thinking about energizing or motivating forces resulting from the interconnection between various groups and sub-units of a social system”
(Neumann, 1999, p. 57).

In his articles, Bion outlined his theories of group behavior that were based largely on observations he made while working with small groups over the years.

He hypothesized that groups have two modes of operation.

One mode he called the productive sophisticated group, more commonly called a work group. The work group focused intently on the group’s task and maintains close contact with reality.

The other mode of group operation Bion called basic assumption. Its primary task was to ease the group’s anxieties and avoid the pain or emotions that further work might bring.

As an example, Bion identified three types of basic assumption modes: basic assumption of dependence (baD), basic assumption of pairing (baP), and basic assumption of fight-flight (baF) (W. R. Bion, 1961).

When a group operates in the basic assumption mode of dependency, Bion noted:

One person is always felt to be in a position to supply the needs of the group, and the rest in a position to which their needs are supplied. . .having thrown all their cares on the leader, they sit back and wait for him to solve all their problems. . .the dependent group soon shows that an integral part of its structure is a belief in the omniscience and omnipotence of some one member of the group. (pp. 74, 82, 99)

The group assumes this leader, whether selected formally or informally, has clairvoyance of thought and supernatural powers and that the rest of the group is powerless and dependent.

When the leader fails to meet the group’s unrealistic expectations, as he or she inevitably does, the group becomes quickly frustrated and disappointedly selects another member for the daunting task. This leader will also fail eventually, of course (W. R. Bion, 1961; Gabriel, 1999).

The basic assumption mode of pairing is evident in a group when the group invests irrational hopefulness for the future in two of the group members.

Regardless of gender, the group assumes that these two individuals have paired either for a “sexual” experience, which would provide the birth of a new group,a religious experience, which would provide a messiah, or a reparative experience, which would produce world peace.

When a group operates in the basic assumption mode of fight-flight, Bion (W. R. Bion, 1961) wrote:

The group seems to know only two techniques of self-preservation, fight or flight. . .the kind of leadership that is recognized as appropriate is the leadership of the man who mobilizes the group to attack somebody, or alternatively to lead it in flight. . .leaders who neither fight nor run away are not easily understood. (pp. 63, 65)

When people come together in groups, individuals’ primitive feelings and defenses can get mobilized on behalf of, and in service to, the group and the bad feelings are often the split off and projected onto authority figures, whose task it is to regulate the boundary region

Major organizational change efforts pose great psychic challenges to their members and require, in response, distinctive conditions in order to adequately contain the profound anxieties evoked by such upheaval

Pines (1985) observed:
Experiences in Groups is probably the shortest and most influential text in psychoanalytic group psychotherapy. Whether you agree or disagree with Bion, ignore him you cannot for he looms up at you from the darkness of the deepest areas of human experience ,illuminating it with his “beams of darkness.”



ConcordeWarrior:
This is one of the best/most important posts I have seen in a long time. Thank you.

All who have serious information on this matter please post it in this thread.

This is crucial for the years to come (mass manipulation).

california:

I agree with you Concorde.

This info is 'behind' and 'under' so much of what is really going on.

As a psychologist I am heart broken to see one of my heroes...  W.R. Bion quoted here.

He is a GENIUS.   

I guess truth can be used to

build up or

to destroy.

His profound discoveries will be used by the NWO and Tavistock movement to break down.

In my daily work I use Bion's discoveries to support people.

ConcordeWarrior:
Thank you for your answer, Mr psychologist.
Tell us more about Bion's discoveries, please. I want to know.
This mass manipulation topic is most important of all.

Any important books on the subject you can recommend?

ConcordeWarrior:
Oh, and I forgot mind control techniques... they're being used to the max these days...
on an individual and also general scale worldwide...

More info please...

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