Norberto Keppe‘s book, Liberation of the People, is the most complete book I know about the pathology of power. It explores the psychological condition that lies behind the lust for power, and shows clearly that this drive is most times fueled by a pathological desire for self-service and narcissism, not for the common good.
“It is extremely important to perceive that the established powers have been organized so as to control the will of the people, paralyzing their capacity to act,” Norberto Keppe writes in this profound book.
In other books, Keppe writes forcefully about secret groupings of powerful people acting in the shadows as constituting the basis of all social sickness. Here, he’s talking about the Bilderbergers and the Trilateral and the secret societies at Yale and all that mess.
And just saying that pushes us into the territory of conspiracy theories for some. I mean, what’s next? Questioning the moon landing?
But Keppe’s voice is not strident or self-righteous. Instead, it’s a fresh breeze of sanity into this minefield of subterfuge.
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