This book discusses the turning point in history marked by the advent of Hitler, Nazism, and World War II. How could a political leader radically change the configuration of the world in a period of just twelve years? This approach will allow the reader to explore a civilization slippage that illustrates the potential of love and hatred in the depths of human nature.
This book also uses the recent developments in psychology and psychiatry research to shed a new perspective on one individual who, without being affected by a mental illness, showed a severe personality disorder. This historic disaster has the profile of a scam on a global scale—based on seduction, lies, and deception.
Democracy, which two essential markers are access to information and freedom of press, appears as the least imperfect political system for the protection of human rights and is vulnerable to the unpredictability of human nature in situations of power.