It works the same. Simply analyse scale models as in the case of the nazi Germany concentration camps, where despite namely, finally, the destination face which, prisoners never rebelled. Now, that makes a Government that uses these methods to easily handle the population, when the object of fear used disappears?. Easy, invent another. If it is a democratic Government, in a country with laws that establish respect for individual guarantees and human rights, he invented an external threat. For example terrorism.
If it’s a dictatorship, Burma to cite a example, absolute contempt that dictators have the rights of man makes it unnecessary to invent anything outside, just strongly suppress any rebellion arising, and this will no longer arise. In any case, if the population that is, it frightens her and disillusioned it is, it will be very easy to use. Thus leaving aside all forms of dictatorial rule, democracies that use this method of Government, simply rotating a threat on the other in order to avoid wear on each of them. After all, people get bored always feared the same thing, and but translates some of these threats tend to think that they are not such. Do if it also distracts them – scares, through prophecies of terror, fueled by the media, and the reluctance to comment on the part of the authorities, creates the feeling of suspicion, in which the public thinks, if all this is a fantasy, you refrain from making comments that hide?, is there anything of true?A famous American writer of science fiction recently deceased, M. Crichton, whereby we have great affection and whose loss we regret a lot, had that strange and wonderful way of writing a fictional story, in which the reader, even knowing that you it’s fiction, almost, almost, believes it. We are convinced that Dr. Crichton would have been the best author for those inventahistorias that different Governments, used to distract us from the shameful reality or to obtain our consent in specific project or choice.In his book; State of fear, Crichton, brilliantly, as in all his writings, uses a discredited but known character in the world of environmentalists to make a quick, fleeting, but excellent description of interest that certain Governments have in maintaining the population in a permanent state of fear, which as a muzzle or a collar keeps it tied always and which can be pulled if necessary in times of needi.e.