Chisholm is one of many of the founding fathers of modern psychology. The psychiatric leaders (sic) wish to re-educate the population using mind games to create a new breed of amoral people.
George Brock Chisholm (1896-1971) was born in Oakville, Ontario, and he joined the Canadian Army’s 15th battalion during the First World War. He served as a cook, sniper, machine gunner, and scout, and his leadership skills and calm demeanor under pressure brought him honor, including a Military Cross for heroism at a battle in France. In 1917, returning to Canada as a legend, he decided to pursue medicine, which had been his passion since he was a child. His fascination with human emotion brought him to prominence during World War II.
Chisholm earned an M.D. from The University of Toronto, and he specialized in psychiatry during an internship in England. After working six years as a general practitioner, in 1931, he studied at the Yale School of Human Relations, where he focused on children’s mental health. He concluded that: 1
“Children must be free to think in all directions irrespective of the peculiar ideas of parents who often seal their children’s minds with preconceived prejudices and false concepts of past generations. Unless we are very careful, very careful indeed, and very conscientious, there is still great danger that our children may turn out to be the same kind of people we are.”
After his Yale studies, Chisholm returned to the Canadian military to study the psychological aspects of soldier training in the Second World War. He quickly rose to the post of Director-General of the Medical Services of the Canadian Army. In 1940, leading British psychiatrist John Rawlings Rees and Chisholm co-founded the World Federation of Mental Health (WFMH). Chisholm proclaimed that their goal was the “The reinterpretation and eventually eradication of the concept of right and wrong” 2 and declared that “If the race is to be freed from its crippling burden of good and evil it must be psychiatrists who take the original responsibility.” 3 In 1944, the Canadian Government appointed Chisholm to the newly created Deputy Minister of Health post. In 1945, Chisholm told the American Psychiatric Association: 4
“We have swallowed all manner of poisonous certainties fed us by our parents, our Sunday and day school teachers, our politicians, our priests, our newspapers and others with a vested interest in controlling us.... The results... frustration, inferiority, neurosis and inability to enjoy living, to reason clearly or to make a world fit to live in.” He urged psychologists and psychiatrists to become leaders in the “planned development of a new kind of human being” and added: “Without the extensive help of psychologists and psychiatrists it is quite probable that mankind will not long survive the fearful changes which are taking place.”
Chisholm is one of many of the founding fathers of modern psychology. The psychiatric leaders (sic) wish to re-educate the population using mind games to create a new breed of amoral people: their goal — a worldwide socialist order. Concerning part one, they have succeeded, as Bill Clinton is the quintessential example of amorality. For part two, their weapon is holding the threat of incarceration in mental facilities for those who do not conform to their concept of socialist world order.
Throughout his career, Chisholm was obsessed with the concept of right and wrong. He also disdained the images of love of country and parental morality instilled in children. He proposed that psychotherapy work to eradicate the idea that man has the right to defend his private property. Specifically, in the February 1946 edition of Psychiatry, he wrote: 5
“There must be an opportunity to live reasonably comfortable for all the people in the world on economic levels which do not vary too widely either geographically or by groups within a population. This is a simple matter of redistribution of material wealth… Even self-defense may involve a neurotic reaction when it means defending one’s own excessive wealth from others who are in need.”
There we have it. At least Chisholm was honest about what he wanted — comprehensive overarching socialism. This ilk may have good intentions, as they genuinely wish that everybody had most things handed to them. The problem is that socialism has never worked, and it never will work. If everybody has an assurance that the state provides for all needs, who will desire to work toward producing what everybody needs? Collectivism leads to slavery to produce the necessities of life. This concept also explains why the socialist governments of Canada, England, and Australia have made it illegal for men to defend their property (i.e., gun elimination). Look out, USA! In November 2020, we were well on the path to the same horrors. Everybody will be equal but equally miserable, except for our leaders (sic).
Chisholm and his associates have been working diligently for a worldwide socialistic system, and their prime instrument is the United Nations. So, Chisholm found his way to become the leader of the World Health Organization, an organ of the United Nations.
In the typical left-wing smear move, the Wikipedia website says that “Religious and other conservative writers and groups have accused Chisholm of being a Marxist or a Communist or subversive.” Well, the facts sure confirm that assertion! Here is a puff piece:
For the one closing overarching question: how many are in the upper stratosphere of wealth and possession of the elite who espouse equal distribution? Plenty.
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