“There Are Monsters, And They Walk Among Us.” – Jesse’s Café Américain

In a recent piece referring to Rapists and Sociopaths at Jesse’s Café Américain, Jesse ponders:

“how the monied interests muddle through the latest series of crises and opportunities to fleece the public on the cheap.  There will be no reform until the looters are satiated, and the politicians get paid.”

Contemplating manipulation and the precarious position of many asset classes, Jesse’s remarks (see below) lend support to an Inflection Point theme; while “We The People” struggle to maintain the American Dream a clan of sociopaths have taken the reigns of our government and financial institutions.   And their insatiable greed is destroying us.

“How could I have done this? I was making a lot of money. I didn’t need the money. Am I a flawed character?”

“I realized from a very early stage that the financial market is a wholly rigged job. There’s no chance that investors have in this market.”

“It’s unbelievable. Goldman– no one has any criminal convictions. The whole new regulatory reform is a joke. The whole government is a Ponzi scheme.”

Bernie Madoff

“The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the people versus the banks.”

John Dalberg Lord Acton

“I preyed upon the weak, the harmless and the unsuspecting. This lesson I was taught by others : Might makes right.”

Carl Panzram, serial killer

“I was completely swept along with my own compulsion. I don’t know how else to put it. It didn’t satisfy me completely so maybe I was thinking another one will. Maybe this one will, and the numbers started growing and growing and just got out of control, as you can see.”

Jeffrey Dahmer, serial killer

Not all sociopaths wield knives and knotted cords. Some wear suits, and are exceptionally intelligent and articulate, obsessively driven,  and are able to use and undermine the law and the rules for their advantage, like weapons.  It is never about the win, never about the money.  It is about the kill, the expression of their hatred, about elevating themselves with the suffering of others.

Bind, torture, kill.  Not only with ropes and knives, but also with power and money, and the subversion of law.  Lawlessness is their addiction, their will to power.

In the end what they want is to fill the hole in their being, which has tormented them from childhood, by destroying others, and to differentiate themselves from all those other lower being whom they hold in contempt. They find no commonality with human happiness and the normal life, because of the hatred they have for themselves, and their sense of alienation from all that is human. Their compulsion is to rape and destroy.

When societies become lax and complacent, these sociopaths can possess great political power through great amounts of unprincipled money.  And over time they become almost anti-human, destroyers of all that is good, all that is life, all that offends their insatiable sickness with its goodness.  They twist the public against itself, and turn a broad sweep of society into their killing grounds.

This is the undeniable lesson of the last century.  There are monsters, and they walk among us.  – Jesse’s Café Américain

Jesse’s conclusion  brings to mind: “The Banality of Evil described in the book “Triumph of the Market”.  The concept is a cogent argument of how good people; employees and bureaucrats are “normalized” into a system doing the unthinkable (see below).  Keeping this in mind consider a Propagandized Nation Of Craven Sheeple; effectively trapped by the system and Citizen Patriots who; without critical thought, believe their government’s policies are righteous.



A moment of thoughtful meditation on our country’s current path and the conclusion becomes patently clear.  It’s policies are for the benefit of a few at the expense of the many.  Through ‘bought and paid for’ government “valets” the banality of evil is present on all fronts, some overt, others more subtle.  As Jesse instructs, “There will be no reform until the looters are satiated, and the politicians get paid.”  And, the very survival of the republic hangs in the balance!

The Two Party Oligopoly – Bought And Paid For

Now ask yourself; under these conditions, Can The Current System Right Itself?  The conclusion again is obvious.  And there’s nothing new here.  The bane of Man’s evolution is the struggle between a desire for self government and those who seek power and control.

Historically the driving force for change/evolution/revolution comes from an educated middle class.  With our very liberty and economic station under siege this is a clarion call for restructuring.   Freedom is won by individuals taking a stand en masse and demanding it.  Without our physical participation (real democracy in action) demanding social justice, economic freedom (true free market capitalism) and the Rule Of Law, that makes it all happen, we must expect the continued rape of the republic and the New World Order of Debt Slavery Economics. – IP


Only through unity is there a chance to bring down a culture of Sociopathic leadership. – Inflection Point


The Banality of Evil
From the book Triumph of the Market
by Edward S. Herman

The concept of the banality of evil came into prominence following the publication of Hannah Arendt’s 1963 book Eichmann in Jerusalem… Arendt’s thesis was that people who carry out unspeakable crimes, like Eichmann, a top administrator in the machinery of the Nazi death camps, may not be crazy fanatics at all, but rather ordinary individuals who simply accept the premises of their state and participate in any ongoing enterprise with the energy of good bureaucrats.

Normalizing the Unthinkable

Doing terrible things in an organized and systematic way rests on “normalization.” This is the process whereby ugly, degrading, murderous, and unspeakable acts become routine and are accepted as “the way things are done… It is the function of defense intellectuals and other experts, and the mainstream media, to normalize the unthinkable for the general public…

Read The Banality of Evil

Here is how Pink Floyd addressed the banality of evil in the song “Us and Them”.

Us and them
And, after all, we’re only ordinary men.
Me and you
God only knows it’s not what we would choose to do.

– Pink Floyd, Us and Them


Us & Them Lyrics

Bill Moyers: “Welcome to the Plutocracy!”

Bill Moyers has been warning us for years; a small class of Plutocrats have taken the reign of government for their own selfish means. The speech below lays out the detailed plan as described by one leading financial institution.

“Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. But he’s run off with all the toys.” “Instead of enforcing the rules of fair play which is what government is all about; government began to serve as the valet of the super rich”

“They are scapegoating the most vulnerable rather than confronting the most powerful. It is a profoundly human response to panic and catastrophe. I thought Barack Obama could have provided some way out. But he lacks backbone.

Can you imagine if Barack Obama had taken office and deliberately educated and taught the American people about the nature of the financial catastrophe and what greed was really taking place?” West asks. “If he had told us what kind of mechanisms of accountability needed to be in place, if he had focused on homeowners rather than investment banks for bailouts and engaged in massive job creation… The tea party folk are right when they say the government is corrupt. It is corrupt. Big business and banks have taken over government and corrupted it in deep ways.” – Cornel West

“The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power. Not wealth or luxury or long life or happiness; only power, pure power….Power is not a means; it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship…. If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever.”- O’Brien to Winston – George Orwell “1984”

Related Posts:
UNFORGIVEN – PART FIVE  from The Burning Platform.is a great backup piece to the ideas above.  It details the pillage of middle America and concludes with an unsettling account of the coming retribution and atonement.

“There Are Monsters, And They Walk Among Us.” – Jesse’s Café Américain

From Pitchman: Inflection Point

1 comment to “There Are Monsters, And They Walk Among Us.” – Jesse’s Café Américain

  • Upside-down V-shaped recovery

    Beautiful piece. When Bill O’Reilly reads it into a Fox TV camera with his trademark “I enjoy playing a role of an asshole and watch you keep watching me do it” expression, the world will finally end.

    Speaking of Pink Floyd, here‘s a must see mix of Saving Private Ryan vs Pink Floyd’s “Sheep”.

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