THE FABRIC THAT HOLD SOCIETY TOGETHER – part one:
Abstract—This vertiginous treatment of the war against a just social order avoids political correctness. In two parts, it offers an apposite and unique view of trust’s relationship to human and social development, heterosexual marriage, and destructive cultures of narcissism. The author presents oriental views on social order and governance in terms that aid a description of tradition’s ruin at the hands of an ethno-centric cult that zealously assaults time-honored laws of social cohesion. The paper removes the veneer of any ‘Brave New Progressiveness’, by negotiating a frank synthesis between bio-science, psychology, sociology, veiled history, theology, political science and the transcendent advice of wizened adepts of the human condition. In the end, the case is made for forensic departments of ponerology.