Conclusion: A Prison Planet?
The concept of an emerging global totalitarianism is no longer regarded as a fantasy from the far left and right fringes of the "conspiracy scene." The passionate anti-WTO demonstrations in Seattle, Genoa, Mexico City, and elsewhere showed that a diverse coalition of labor, political, and environmental groups are aware of this imminent threat to human freedom. Since the original publication of this article brutal suppression of such actions has failed to stop the movement to reclaim our own lives, and our humanity. The means by which the global elite moves towards absolute global hegemony continue to be predominantly psychological in nature. A "Prison Planet" appears to be the elite's objective.
Dineen, Dr. Tana Manufacturing Victims: What the Psychology Industry is Doing to People
Canada -Robert Davies
Icke, David ... and the truth shall set you free...[Title on book cover is in lower case letters as shown.]
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Page (1) The parallel development of industrial and prison ("correctional") psychologies is well documented by Michel Foucault in Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison New York, NY, Random House 1995. The book is lengthy and complex, but the following quote stands out in relation to the subject of Industrial Psychology:
"... The public execution was the logical culmination of a procedure governed by the inquisition. The practice of placing individuals under 'observation' is a natural extension of a justice imbued with disciplinary methods and examination procedures. Is it surprising that the cellular prison, with its regular chronologies, forced labour,[sic] its authorities of surveillance and registration, its experts in normality, who continue and multiply the functions of the judge, should
have become the modern instrument of penalty? Is it surprising that prisons resemble factories, schools, barracks, hospitals, which all resemble prisons?" (pages 227,228 italics mine)
(2)The quotation of Taylor is from Work and Madness: The Rise of Community Psychiatry , Diana, Ralph, Montreal, Black Rose Books, 1983, p.63 quoted by Dr. Tana Dineen, on page 144 of Manufacturing Victims (see above references)
Page (3)These terms are discussed at length by Icke in the chapter titled "Psychological Fascism" pages 383 to 410 of ...and the truth shall set you free..