Have you ever wondered why America has the most saturated mass of psychopaths and killers” and “what does it have to do with the holocaust”? The answer lies in the food they have consumed over the years.

Holocaust, also known as the Shoah, was the genocide of European Jews during World War II. Nazi Germany and its collaborators systematically murdered six million Jews across German-occupied Europe between 1941 and 1945. The killings eliminated two-thirds of Europe’s Jewish population then.

The murders were carried out in slaughters and mass shootings; by a policy of extermination through labor in concentration camps; and in gas chambers and gas vans in German extermination camps, chiefly Auschwitz, Bełżec, Chełmno, Majdanek, Sobibór, and Treblinka in occupied Poland. 

There have been studies in psychology that highlight the legitimacy of psychopathy in particular in European Americans. Though this theory is also relevant in other Ethnic groups such as African Americans, and Latino Americans. 

The theory states that after the holocaust happened the remains of the dead were used for making fertilizers which were then exported to the US. It has also been stated that after the continuous consumption of the fertilizers for generations, the Americas have developed a negative attitude affecting their wholesome personality and psychology. 

The Indian mythology has in detail pointed out the relationship between the type of food we consume and its effect on the functioning of state of mind, and actions. The Sankhya philosophy of Hinduism lists out three Guna’s: Sattva( purity), Rajas(passion), and Tamas( darkness). 

Tamas are associated with inactivity and dark energy, and the consumption of nonvegetarian food is associated with a high level of tamas. The basic substance of fertilizers has been the ashes of the Jews, it’s tamasic in nature and it’s bound to create psychopathic circumstances.

Psychopathy is described by indicative highlights like shallow appeal, high insight, misguided thinking, inability to gain for a fact, obsessive ego, and self-centeredness. Some other characteristics like inadequacy for adoration, absence of regret or disgrace, impulsivity, affected self-appreciation worth, mental lying, and manipulative conduct depict psychopathic traits.

The philosophy of Buddhism and Jainism have also laid a great deal of emphasis on the food we eat. They say that if you want to keep things simple then you should intake food that has a simpler cooking procedure.