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The Truth About White Supremacy, Sexism, and Mind Control in America
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Non-Fiction - Philosophy and Psychology, Inspirational


Mobi: 9781543900026

Date of Publication: 20 Apr 2017
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The Truth About White Supremacy, Sexism, and Mind Control in America

A. L. Bryant

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Synopsis

Remarkable Revelations

Take a journey through America to unearth the truths behind white supremacy and sexism in society. Delve into the deepest and most fascinating secrets behind racism and sexism—the secrets they do not want you to know and may not realize.

Examine the origins and progression of racism, sexism, relationships in America, and the science and psychology behind what is real and what is an illusion. Discover how mind control is the weapon of choice to keep certain groups in power and others in the dark and oppressed. This book gives different perspectives from the physical to the metaphysical.

Finally, we explore astonishing revelations about why we are here, who we are, and how to heal and evolve to a higher spiritual level. Explore proven facts that will challenge the way you think about people, life, and the universe.

Though this book focuses on America, its remarkable discoveries can be applied everywhere, and with anyone around the world.

The White Male Narcissist and Narcissism Traits

WMNs suffer from narcissism. So, what is a narcissist? Let us examine where the term came from—Greek mythology. Narcissus was a hunter in Greek mythology. He fell in love with his own reflection in a pool, could not leave, and stayed there until he died. While today’s definition of narcissism is much less dramatic, the effect that narcissists with power have on society is just as detrimental.



Narcissism is a mental personality disorder that is characterized by a person having an inflated sense of his or her own importance, vanity, and a lack of empathy for others. Yet, underneath the narcissist’s extreme confidence is a fragile self-esteem that is vulnerable to the slightest criticism. The American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders says that narcissism is a personality disorder characterized by certain traits. Here are the nine narcissistic traits, plus a few others identified by psychologists. To have this disorder, only five traits need to be present:




  1. a grandiose sense of self-importance (e.g., exaggerates achievements and talents, expects to be recognized as superior without commensurate achievements);

  2. preoccupation with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love;

  3. believes that he or she is “special” and unique and can only be understood by, or should associate with, other special or high-status people or institutions;

  4. requires excessive admiration;

  5. has a sense of entitlement (i.e., unreasonable expectations of especially favorable treatment or automatic compliance with his or her expectations);

  6. is interpersonally exploitative (i.e., takes advantage of others to achieve his or her own ends);

  7. lacks empathy: is unwilling to recognize or identify with the feelings and needs of others;

  8. is often envious of others or believes that others are envious of him or her;

  9. shows arrogance, haughty behaviors, or attitudes;

  10. the thirst for greed and power; and

  11. highly competitive and continually comparing themselves to others.



Inside the mind of the narcissist, “It is all about me and other people like me.” Some narcissists are so narcissistic that they will not consider anyone else as important, even people like them. WMNs have an inflated ego and will go to the ends of the earth to prove that they are better than everyone else. They think that they are innately superior in characteristics and intellectual ability to other races and women, and are envious if others have more than they do. WMNs practice both racism and sexism to oppress people of color (POC)—such as African Americans, Middle Easterners, Indians, and women—to maintain and defend their idea that only they should have all of the power, wealth, and privilege in America.





Body, Soul, Spirit, and Afterlife

In the previous chapter, the soul and spirit were introduced. In this chapter, we will describe the soul and spirit. As humans, we are made of our body, soul, and spirit. We also have an energy field surrounding our actual body, the subtle astral body (i.e., aura and chakras). There are other types of bodies as well, but for simplification, we will just focus on these three. The soul exists within the physical body. It is in a spiritual state before it comes into the world as a physical body. We are all souls, as we live in a physical body, but we have a spirit. The spirit is what connects us to the highest source, or creator, and the soul connects us to our spirit. Our bodies allow our souls to experience within the physical plane, so we can see, breathe, feel, touch, and experience life in this world. Our spirits were made as a perfect copy of the Supreme Creator. But it is up to us to follow this spirit force. Our spirit is limitless and is immortal.



Since there is life after death, the soul must exist in another dimension. Most people are aware that the universe exists; yet, there is so much more! There are other dimensions aside from the universe. There are alternate universes. Some exist at the same time as our universe, on different planes and dimensions. This has been proven scientifically.



Albert Einstein was one of the early scientists who discovered that more than three dimensions exist. 







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