7 thoughts on “Dr. Fuellmich interviews Dr. Ariane Bilheran on Psychological Totalitarianism”

  1. Fascinating discussion, thank you Brother, for sharing it. It’s worth watching a few times, there is so much worth hearing.
    In a nutshell, they are describing the resilient people, who they call “anti-vaxxers”, as the people who have been gifted by God with certain attributes, and life circumstances, that has made it possible, even likely, that they will see through the propaganda and lies, and act accordingly. One could say that is a mere coincidence, but those who know God know that there are no coincidences.

  2. “For totalitarianism time does not exist, it functions in static and circular way. And totalitarianism aims to spatial expansion.”
    DR. ARIANE BILHERAN

    This is a great interview and well worth the time to watch.

    IMHO the masterminds of the would-be global totalitarian regime are criminals and barbarians who pretend to be elites. At the moment, they are laughing their asses off because they own key participants in the banks, intelligence agencies, politicians, diplomats, military, courts and police. These participants are not exempted from responsibility because they know full well what they are doing in reality, their pattern of action shows intent to harm, and they are motivated by personal gain such as keeping their reputation and position. They are not fellow travelers for the same reasons.
    A solution my emerge if just one of these essential participant groups defects from the barbarian cult. So, which participant groups are the easiest to defect and how?

    1. For my answer that begs USA State Attorney Generals to press criminal charges now, please see below.

      In the USA, STATE COURT JUDGEMENTS ON STATE JURISDICTION CRIMINAL CHARGES ARE ENFORCEABLE NATIONWIDE and the federal government may not interfere because of the doctrine of abstention. The ancient concept of comity has led to the modern doctrine of abstention, which stems from the notion that the state and federal courts are equally obligated to enforce the United States Constitution. Where uncertain questions of state law must be resolved before a federal constitutional question can be decided, federal courts should abstain” from reaching a decision on federal issues “until a state court has addressed the state questions” [i].

      Likewise, on grounds of comity and pursuant to federal law, the Supreme Court has generally refused to allow federal courts to intervene in pending cases in state courts where there is no evidence of bad faith harassment. Comity is “a proper respect for state functions, a recognition of the fact that the entire country is made up of a Union of separate state governments, and a continuance of the belief that the National Government will fare best if the States and their institutions are left free to perform their separate functions in their separate ways.” Usually, this is referred to as ‘Our Federalism’[ii].

      [i] Brockett v. Spokane Arcades, Inc., 472 U.S. 491 (U.S. 1985)

      [ii] Younger v. Harris, 401 U.S. 37 (U.S. 1971) (1971)

  3. Ironically, some of the best spiritual warriors today don’t even belong to a church or religion. And some of the worst deceivers and collaborators are church members and church leaders. I guess Forrest Gump would say, “Spiritual Warrior is as Spiritual Warrior does”.

  4. I also think social conformity plays a distinguishing role. People who refuse to be gaslighted because the rest of society expects you to submit for no reason apart from social pressure. Like people who insist the world is round when all the experts insist it is flat, in contradiction to logic.

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