Doubling Down

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When somebody has “called the game” (my term) which is naming the “form of conquest” (my term) that the psychopath is using, the psychopath will “double down” that is they will repeat the process or pattern emphatically.  This happens for a number of reasons, first of all psychopaths can’t be reformed, second of all by repeating the pattern deliberately they are communicating to you that they are not sorry, and they are not going to stop, they don’t recognize anybodies authority over them to judge them because they are above reason.

The form of the conquest is also intimately connected with the issues that the psychopath has.  It symbolizes to them the way in which they are making the world right.  Having presupposed their own authority to judge and punish the world, and being in relationship with their issues and acting on their issues and moving from emotional morbidity at the same time not wanting to be mentally and emotionally sound, they want to acquaint everybody with their issues, they want to reify their issues in everybody’s mind.  They have to go about business in the same way, this is the Modus operandi, that allows multiple crimes to be connected to the same individual, in their patterns and processes they tell you who they are and why they are doing what they are doing.  They can’t help but telegraph their issues, this is one of the premises of Shared state theory of communication, you communicate whatever state you are in.  Psychopaths have to use psychopathic means.

Modus operandi

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Modus operandi (plural modi operandi) is a Latin phrase, approximately translated as “method of operation”.[1] The term is used to describe someone’s habits of working, particularly in the context of business or criminal investigations. In English, it is often shortened to M.O.

The expression is often used in police work when discussing a crime and addressing the methods employed by the perpetrators. It is also used in criminal profiling,[2] where it can help in finding clues to the offender’s psychology.[3] It largely consists of examining the actions used by the individual(s) to execute the crime, prevent its detection and/or facilitate escape.[1] A suspect’s modus operandi can assist in his identification, apprehension, or repression, and can also be used to determine links between crimes.[4]

In business, modus operandi is used to describe a firm’s preferred means of doing business and interacting with other firms.

JOXUA LUXOR VS. BRUCE BUENO DE MESQUITA

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I was fleshing out my models on the psychopathic mind when I first came across the TED talk by Bruce Bueno de Mesquita.  I could not believe the arrogance on his part.  I immediately new he was wrong on a number of points, he simply didn’t know how the psychopathic mind works.  His models were based on everybody being rational.  All his talk about science and what have you what a bunch of nonsense.  Psychopaths are not rational, they have no incentive to relinquish control.  I knew that the theocracy in Iran would double down, after the protests.  My whole model, what he would call wisdom, is based on understanding the mind or soul or psychology of the person that I am in relationship with to the point where I understand what drives them and I can predict their behavior and how events are interpreted by them.

“But as the computer model ran forward in time, through 2009 and into 2010, positions shifted. American and Israeli national-security players grudgingly accepted that they could tolerate Iran having some civilian nuclear-energy capacity. Ahmadinejad, Khamenei and the religious radicals wavered; then, as the model reached our present day, their power — another variable in Bueno de Mesquita’s model — sagged significantly.”  http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/16/magazine/16Bruce-t.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Tens of thousands of demonstrators packed the streets Monday outside the former U.S. embassy in Tehran in the biggest anti-American rally in years, a show of support for hard-line opponents of President Hassan Rouhani’s historic outreach to Washington.

Such protests occur every year outside the former embassy compound to mark the anniversary of the 1979 takeover following the Islamic Revolution. But the latest demonstration is the largest in years after calls by groups such as the powerful Revolutionary Guard for a major showing, including chants of “death to America” that some of Rouhani’s backers have urged halted.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2013/11/04/thousands-protest-at-former-us-embassy-in-iran/3431143/

 

“If the price for getting cooperation on ISIS is giving Iran a free pass on the nuclear issue, then Israel is worried,” he said.

American intelligence and military officials said Iran had sent some weaponry and equipment to Iraq, but discounted news reports on Friday that the Quds had sent hundreds of troops to reinforce the Iraqi Army, whose northern divisions have folded in the face of the Sunni militants. But American officials said they were monitoring the reports closely, expressing concerns that sending Shiite militias into Iraq would only further destabilize a rapidly deteriorating security situation in the country. “We encourage all of Iraq’s neighbors, including Iran, to play a constructive role,” Rear Adm. John F. Kirby, the Pentagon press secretary, told reporters on Friday.

“If the price for getting cooperation on ISIS is giving Iran a free pass on the nuclear issue, then Israel is worried,” he said.

American intelligence and military officials said Iran had sent some weaponry and equipment to Iraq, but discounted news reports on Friday that the Quds had sent hundreds of troops to reinforce the Iraqi Army, whose northern divisions have folded in the face of the Sunni militants. But American officials said they were monitoring the reports closely, expressing concerns that sending Shiite militias into Iraq would only further destabilize a rapidly deteriorating security situation in the country. “We encourage all of Iraq’s neighbors, including Iran, to play a constructive role,” Rear Adm. John F. Kirby, the Pentagon press secretary, told reporters on Friday.

Asked what such a role might entail, Admiral Kirby said: “They could stop supporting extremist networks, right? That’s one thing.”

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/14/world/middleeast/beleaguered-iraqis-court-iranian-mastermind-of-the-shiites-who-fought-the-us.html?_r=0

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