The Tavistock Institute exposé by Dr. John Coleman may be ground breaking and a necessary read for all psychologists but it left me wanting. What I expected was more about psychological technique and method than it covers. Nonetheless, Coleman’s historical focus brings this dastardly institute to the forefront and it is a must read for anyone in the businesses of advertising and psychology.
Years ago I heard of the Tavistock Institute of psychological warfare in relation to H.G. Wells, Aldous Huxley and George Orwell. Then at the Arizona Department of Corrections I met a former psychologist educated at Stanford after returning from the Viet Nam War. He was as a sniper. He had given up the practice of psychology because he was so disenchanted with the broad sweeping damages our profession is inflicting upon our country and he mentioned that it all started with this little known entity.
The fact is Coleman’s book really should be subtitled “The War Against America.” This is the group that brought us World War I and all the other conflicts of the last century with their vast human sacrifice.
The first forth of Coleman’s brief book was intriguing; however, the second quarter was a bit repetitive and the sentence structure made me wonder if those pages were from an earlier file that had not been proof read. Nonetheless, the last half Dr. Coleman’s book had me wanting more. As Dr. Coleman wrote, this is meant as a companion book to his earlier book The Committee of 300, and I have ordered that book.
Perhaps the greatest contribution of this particular work is its mention of many references and the new perspective it offers on many previously misunderstood writings. Prepare for a journey into the unknown and your world being turned inside out. Read The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations: Shaping the Moral, Spiritual, Cultural, Political, and Economic Decline of the United States of America with an open mind and keep this book handy for future reference as the insanity of the world unfolds and you find yourself wanting to make sense of it all. I recommend this read for all who wish for liberty and a restoration of our nation. Truly, the enemy is larger than we ever thought.