Jimmy Saville

Deconstructed people have a great deal of difficulty forming long-term relationships, as do those who surround them. They tend to know how to bond quickly and un-bond just as quick. This is a product of compartmentalisation that occurs during deconstruction and the late in life 'altering of a subconscious'. "A curious effect the upper-rank Nazis had on those who joined them. They very often broke up their marriages, no matter how happy they might have been before." (Hitler, pp. 762-763.)   Deconstructed people cannot form intimate relationships like marriage, as they are, for the most part, not themselves. They are essentially a machine for someone else's purpose. As a result, their sexual relations fill a void rather than establish a relationship and their boundaries tend to be as intransigent as their goals. Hitler was primarily a vehicle for someone else's purpose. As a result, he remained single and unable to marry.  
have the ability to harm themselves. Psychotics have the ability to harm others. Hitler did both, but as a British military agent, he was trained to harm others en masse and to harm himself with a cocktail of drugs and perverse sexuality. In 1911, the Swiss psychiatrist Eugen Bleuler invented the term 'Schizophrenia' for the condition of having a split mind. The following year Hitler began his British Military Psych-Ops training (February-November 1912). Hitler had defensive and self-important postures because he was living a fantasy given to him by others in order to change the times.
    Hitler was part neurotic, psychotic, paranoid and schizophrenic. This was the basis of his deconstruction, which although developed, was always in the experimental phase. That is, it was always being tested and improved upon.
    This work continues in Tavistock today. It includes the deconstruction of all age groups within Britain, including pre-school, school children, teenagers, young adults, working adults, and the elderly. It works the media, education and politics towards a predetermined plan. In the centre is the main military deconstruction building. It is surrounded by buildings, which specialise in more publicly acceptable forms of deconstruction with names like the 'Tavistock Institute for Human Relations'.
For total control over a person, the record of an embarrassing sexual history is essential. From this, neurosis, psychosis, paranoia and schizophrenia are developed and continually built upon. The avoidance of shame becomes a personal motivation. A sense of persecution and self-importance are characteristic of paranoiacs - the ability to harm oneself. When the war schools look for their new protagonists they always look for paranoiacs with a personal history of persecution and self-importance. This gives the maximum gap in the subconscious for deconstruction to take place - the gap between persecution and self-importance.
Those deconstructed have the same social patterns as paranoiacs. The history of antagonistic war leaders is full of paranoiacs who are tense and insecure - who find it difficult to form normal relationships. Alexander the Great, for instance, was a necrophiliac. He used to ride into battle naked and sodomise the injured as they were killed, or kill the injured and then sodomise the dead. These homosexual necrophiliacs would then have their press announce that they were heroes with such names as 'Alexander the Great' and 'Lawrence of Arabia'.   Hitler was a British Agent by Greg Hallett p.77, 79, 81