Society of Fear
- Author: Hans-Joachim Maaz
- Collection: "Katechon" Collection
- Year: 13-10-2022
- Translator from German: Martin Petrushev
- Availability: In Stock
- Product Code: 3068-01
- SKU: 15.0123
- ISBN: 978-619-01-1108-5
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Fear in society today is our constant companion. It is a natural phenomenon in the face of the unknown, but also a weapon of mass manipulation. It has been deliberately fanned on more than one occasion, but since the start of the Covid pandemic it has become pervasive. It influences the way we treat each other; it shapes our decisions; it dominates our lives. But is abnormal social development a symptom of mass delusion, of which there are many signs, or is it a consequence and intention of a political-economic-ideological plan?
It has been proven that fear-mongering is the most successful method of achieving politico-economic goals by undemocratic means. Fears narrow perspective and invalidate free perception, making their victims susceptible to the measures of dictatorship. Under the rule of fear, our anxieties about the future are politically abused to establish a "new normal" of governance through the breakdown of the previous game of democracy.
Hans-Joachim Maaz is leading us behind the facade of the health dictatorship. In this book, he dissects the political and media representation of fear, analysing what underlies our real fears and how they determine our behaviour. And last but not least: he points the way to a free, self-defined and fear-free life.
About the Author
|Translator||from German: Martin Petrushev|
|Genre||Geopolitics, Political Science & Politics, Behind the Scenes|