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Mondialismo, delirio culturale e isteria di massa

15 gennaio 2019

Da tempo sostengo che il mondialismo (detto anche globalismo, in inglese globalism, in francese mondialisme) è un delirio culturale (in inglese cultural delusion, in francese délire culturel) (1, 2, 3).

Il mondialismo è una forma secolarizzata di millenarismo religioso, del quale i Taboriti boemi (1420) costituiscono un esempio storico estremamente chiaro (4, 5).

Ecco come un famoso studioso della vicenda storica dei Taboriti boemi, Amedeo Molnár (1923 Praga – 1990 Praga), descrive la situazione:

«Le grandi assemblee furono percorse da una ventata di millenarismo che sperava di veder annientare il male senza più indugi. L’antico mondo stava per essere purificato dal fuoco, al più tardi fra il 10 e il 14 febbraio dell’anno 1420. A questa data molti collegavano il ritorno di Cristo, che avrebbe instaurato il suo regno immediato…

…Trascorso il 15 febbraio 1420 senza che all’attesa febbrile dell’intervento divino seguisse una manifestazione concreta, ci si mise a pensare che bisognava prima, con la forza, spianare la via del Signore eliminando, anche con il ricorso alla violenza, le posizioni occupate dall’Anticristo.» (6)

Anche Norman Cohn, nel suo fondamentale The Pursuit of the Millennium, scrive a proposito dei Taboriti boemi:

«And beyond the extermination of all evils lay the Millennium. These people were utterly convinced that while the earth was being cleansed of sinners Christ would descend ‘in glory and great power’.» (7)

In un post precedente ho scritto:

«Quindi, quando voi pensate all’élite globalista, per esempio Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, George Soros, Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron, Mario Draghi, Jean-Claude Juncker, ecc. ecc., non dovete lasciarvi fuorviare dalle loro sembianze moderne, che sono solo una maschera.

Dietro questa maschera, altro non c’è che la folla medievale, urlante e ripugnante come in un quadro di Bruegel o di Bosch, che nel febbraio dell’anno 1420, nelle vicinanze di Praga, in preda a un delirio collettivo (7), aspettava la seconda venuta di Cristo.» (5)

Oltre al delirio culturale costituito dal mondialismo, recentemente è apparso anche, connesso al mondialismo, un chiaro e tipico esempio di isteria di massa (8, 9, 10, 11).

Si tratta del verso dei grilli di Cuba (Anurogryllus celerinictus) scambiato per una fantascientifica arma sonica, che causerebbe «ear pain, tinnitus, vertigo, and cognitive difficulties»:

Recording of “sonic attacks” on U.S. diplomats in Cuba spectrally matches the echoing call of a Caribbean cricket

January 4, 2019

Alexander L Stubbs (University of California Berkeley), Fernando Montealegre-Z (University of Lincoln, UK)

«Beginning in late 2016, diplomats posted to the United States embassy in Cuba began to experience unexplained health problems including ear pain, tinnitus, vertigo, and cognitive difficulties which reportedly began after they heard strange noises in their homes or hotel rooms [il neretto è mio]. In response, the U.S. government dramatically reduced the number of diplomats posted at the U.S. embassy in Havana. U.S. officials initially believed a sonic attack might be responsible for their ailments. The sound linked to these attacks, which has been described as a high-pitched beam of sound, was recorded by U.S. personnel in Cuba and released by the Associated Press (AP). Because these recordings are the only available non-medical evidence of the sonic attacks, much attention has focused on identifying health problems and the origin of the acoustic signal. As shown here, the calling song of the Indies short-tailed cricket (Anurogryllus celerinictus) [il neretto è mio] matches, in nuanced detail, the AP recording in duration, pulse repetition rate, power spectrum, pulse rate stability, and oscillations per pulse.»

Se volete sentire il verso dell’Anurogryllus celerinictus:

Ecco invece cosa la CNN ha scritto il 2 settembre 2018:

Microwaves suspected in ‘sonic attacks’ on US diplomats in Cuba and China, scientists say

By Eliott C. McLaughlin and Elise Labott, CNN

«(CNN) They’ve been described as “sonic attacks” — bizarre, unexplained head injuries that spurred the United States to bring home diplomatic staff from China and Cuba. Now scientists are saying the ailments could have been caused by microwave weapons.

Though a March report based on the examinations of 21 diplomats who served in Cuba didn’t link the attacks to microwaves, the study’s lead author, Douglas Smith, director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Brain Injury and Repair, told The New York Times that the diplomats likely suffered brain injuries and that microwaves are considered the culprit.

“Everybody was relatively skeptical at first,” he told the newspaper, “and everyone now agrees there’s something there.”

In a Sunday interview with CNN, Smith said microwaves are “a main suspect” in causing the diplomats’ injuries, but ultrasound and infrasound were being studied as potential causes as well…

…A senior administration official told CNN that investigators have torn apart buildings where diplomatic employees encountered the sounds but found no acoustic devices, leading law enforcement to believe that the injuries were the result of microwaves beamed from a nearby location and that the “sounds” were merely a means of masking the microwave attacks.

This is only a theory, the official said, and there is no concrete evidence to back it. However, brain scans on the injured personnel showed changes that indicate damage, the official said…

…Beatrice Golomb, a professor of medicine at the University of California, San Diego, concurred with Smith in a paper slated for publication later this month.

“Reported facts appear consistent with pulsed (radio frequency/microwave radiation) as the source of injury in Cuba diplomats. Non-diplomats citing symptoms from RF/MW … report compatible health conditions,” she concluded in her report…

…According to The New York Times, analysts are increasingly citing the Frey effect, named for scientist Allan Frey, who found microwaves can dupe the brain into hearing what it perceives to be normal sounds. This may account for the loud ringing, buzzing and grinding experienced by the injured diplomats…

…In August 2017, officials included Russia among a list of countries that have an adversarial relationship with the United States and that American investigators suspected might be involved. Russia is one of the few countries that have used microwave technology before, and a theory among investigators is that some rogue Cuban intelligence officials worked with Russia because they were not happy with the détente between United States and Cuba, the senior administration official said.»

Vedi anche:

U.S. officials suspect Russia in mystery ‘attacks’ on diplomats in Cuba, China
The strong suspicion that Russia was behind the alleged attacks is backed by signals intelligence, meaning intercepted communications, say U.S. officials.

Sep. 11, 2018

By Josh Lederman, Courtney Kube, Abigail Williams and Ken Dilanian

«WASHINGTON — Intelligence agencies investigating mysterious “attacks” that led to brain injuries in U.S. personnel in Cuba and China consider Russia to be the main suspect, three U.S. officials and two others briefed on the investigation tell NBC News.

The suspicion that Russia is likely behind the alleged attacks is backed up by evidence from communications intercepts, known in the spy world as signals intelligence, amassed during a lengthy and ongoing investigation involving the FBI, the CIA and other U.S. agencies. The officials declined to elaborate on the nature of the intelligence.»


1) C’è delirio e delirio

2) Maria Luisa Maniscalco, Elisa Pelizzari (a cura di), Deliri Culturali – Sette, fondamentalismi religiosi, pratiche sacrificali, genocidi, L’Harmattan Italia, 2016

3) Rivista di Psichiatria e Psicoterapia Culturale, Volume IV, n. 1, Dicembre 2016

4) Le tappe principali della genesi storica del mondialismo

5) L’Unione Europea e il Nuovo Ordine Mondiale sono tentativi di attuare il Regno di Cristo sulla terra

6) Amedeo Molnár (a cura di), I Taboriti, Claudiana Editrice, 1986, pagg. 8-9

7) Norman Cohn, The Pursuit of the Millennium – Revolutionary Millenarians and Mystical Anarchists of the Middle Ages, Oxford University Press, 1970, pag. 213

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8) Andrea Daverio, Delirare, ma non da soli: psicopatologia e prospettive culturali della follia a due, isteria di massa e deliri culturali, Rivista di Psichiatria e Psicoterapia Culturale, Vol. IV, n. 1, Dicembre 2016

9) Robert E. Bartholomew, Erich Goode, Mass Delusions and Hysterias – Highlights from the Past Millennium, Skeptical Inquirer, Volume 24, No. 3, May / June 2000


10) Ian Robertson, Sociologia, Zanichelli, 1988 (trad. it. di Sociology, 2nd ed., Worth Publishers, New York, 1981), pagg. 602-605

11) Cesare L. Musatti, Trattato di psicoanalisi, Boringhieri, 1974, Libro secondo, pagg. 353-355

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