Wednesday, July 2, 2008

You Must Learn (If You Still Can)

"The impact of cult groups on society and the influence they exercise cannot and should not be underestimated.

Increasingly sophisticated technology of influence and persuasion is falling into the hands of destructive cult leaders, pyramid sales organizations, gang members and criminal organizations. To make matters worse, the social and economic conditions all over the world have people looking for easy answers, which leaves them vulnerable to the quick-fix philosophy espoused by cults and other groups. The denial attending this wide spread social phenomenon is baffling, heartrending and frightening .

The justice department’s failure to prosecute monolithic pseudo religious organizations, which continue to operate with impunity, only contributes to the growing cynicism of the youth culture, which increasingly sees government simply as the handmaiden of wealth and power."

Allen Tate Wood, cult counselor and mind control expert, on the social impact of cultism - which this blog reports on regularly - as reported by the New Statesman.

1 comment:

  1. surprised you haven't picked this up yet:

    Versions of... Biderman’s Chart of Coercion, have circulated on anti-cult sites on the Web, where the methods are used to describe how cults control their members.