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The Tyranny of Liberal Trolls

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Come with me as we take a little walk through the halls of the profound liberal psychosis.  It all started as I was minding my own business doing my advocacy for the veterans, police, and armed forces I posted this photo:

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…in the United States Marine Corps community under the motivation and inspiration category.  Shortly after that I was trolled by this anonymous troll sock account that posted a link to a soldier with their legs blown off.

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And this anonymous troll sock account describes HIMSELF this way:

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I go to his wall to see if he is an liberal atheist troll as I suspect he is and find that he has posted a screen shot of me and a link to our conversation in an Atheist Troll Group inviting people to harass and report me.  I inform him that he is trolling me and harassing me and commenting on my posts, I ask him if he is armed forces and he refuses to answer even though asked repeatedly, after attempting to scare him off without threatening to do him physical harm or anything illegal I delete his comments and report him to Google +.  I tell him to stay off my posts, block me, or ignore me.  He Screenshoots my comments and again posts them in his troll group.  Here is his screenshot.

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https://plus.google.com/108769164546618324321/posts/f1kNvF3iEmp

Though I don’t care who they are or what they are doing they all seem quite the authority on me.  Now, bare in mind, I don’t know the people that appear to have intimate knowledge of me that are joking about being trolls in their troll group.

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So while I am ignoring their colluding against me I continue with my advocacy with my bizarre sense of humor hoping that they will choose to ignore me and leave me alone.   I upload a .gif file and in joke form I make a kind of humorous prediction about the way things are going in the United States of America, and Obama’s Anti-America bias.

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But why should I tell you how I tagged it when I can post what the trolls screen shot as they were lurking my account instead of leaving me alone and minding their own business?

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So lets examine the way in which their behavior reveals their psyche.  First of all they have reified their own goodness in themselves, they are good no matter what they do or how low they stoop, that is psychopathic.  Secondly the presupposition of their own authority to spy on others, punish others, and violate the boundaries of others.  They have an morbidly emotional obsession, they can’t stop looking for the thing that they hate.  When they are defended against, they feel attacked.  So they cause the problem and then feel attacked when they are defended against.  If they could allow the free expression of others and mind their own business there wouldn’t be a problem.  But they feel smarter than everybody else while at the same time demonstrating their own incorrectness and stupidity which they refuse to admit, or change, or stop.  In their arrogance they think they have the right to control or influence how people express themselves in order to control what can be communicated and agreed upon by society.  These people are the problem.  They are psychopaths, closeted, narcissistic, comorbid, control freaks who have no respect for boundaries or personal freedoms.

So when they reported my posts in a group in which I was participating, and in my own groups, and joined groups to report all of my posts what did Google + admin do?  Suspended my account.

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Obsession and Psychopathology

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Dr. Stylianos Atechlys known as Daskalos (Teacher) once said that obsession is demonic possession.  Something I have always thought was interesting is how quickly people introduce you to their issues.  I believe that things end as they begin so I am always very interested in the first meeting I have with a person.  How they approach relationship.  The initial approach.  If relationship is an approaching where two people begin to understand each other, than how we approach relationship is how we approach approaching.  In the initial approach does the person approach authenticly and honestly or do they approach strategically?  Do they approach me as a superior talking to a subordinate?  Forcing a frame and trying to get me to participate?  or do they approach me looking pathetic and trying to elicit sympathy?  Do they approach me telling me how awesome they are and expecting me to agree?  In the case of Charles Manson the first thing you see is the swastika carved into the middle of his forehead.

People flaunt their issues and attract attention to their issues.  How many times do you start a conversation and the person ends it by saying, “god bless.” or “All I need to know is do you believe in Jesus?”  The fact of the matter is that I do believe in Jesus but not the Jesus you believe in.  I believe that Jesus in the quintessence, the fifth element, he was the incarnation of reason which is why they called him the Logoish, and I believe that god is the faculty of reason in man.  So should I say no or yes?

The fact of the matter is that people are either rational and in relationship with truth and reality (which is much, much, rarer than you think)  or they cling to morbid emotions and delusions and psychosis.  Some people are traumatized in certain areas, and rational in others.  When you stimulate a certain issue they enter a refractory state, but each individual has to be responsible for their own mental and emotional health and willing and desiring of being a whole person.

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In relationship people will ask you in some form or another “are you a good person?” and this is stupid because psychopaths conceal their emotional morbidity and misrepresent themselves.  They are manipulative.  Psychopaths have to do the wrong things, they have to do things psychopathicly in order to work their will and attain their good.  So stop asking people if they are good people, figure it out for yourself, stop exposing yourself to being manipulated, learn to recognize the behavior and challenge people to be mentally and emotionally healthy.

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One of these people always lies and one of them always tells the truth.  If I ask, “are you a good person?”  the psychopath is going to be the first to respond very convincingly in the positive and they will probably even have reasons why they are a good person.

People understand themselves and agree with themselves.  Contemplate that for a second.  The world view of the individual makes them correct in their behavior.  In order for them to be correct in doing certain things they have to perceive the world in a certain way.  This is their gestalt.  This is their philosophy, their soul.  The problem is that people don’t enter relationship to understand the other person in the relationship which is a necessity.  You have to understand how the other person in the relationship thinks.  You have to understand the human organism.  You have to understand yourself,  only in understanding yourself correctly can you understand other people correctly in relationship to yourself.  You have to understand the logical fallacies and the cognitive biases.  You have to know your issues, what stimulates your issues, what puts you in refractory states, when you are in a refractory state should you act and what actions should you take, and how do you get out of a refractory state and back into a positive mental and emotional state.  Do you act when you are in relationship with your morbid emotions?  When do you act?  Do you get good results, do you get the result that you desired?  Why not?  Why are you trying to get the result that you are trying to get?  Why do you desire that result?  Are your relationships based on shared diseases?  or on allying yourself with the better angels of others?

The Psychopath has to attack.  They can’t not attack.  They can’t keep themselves from attacking and they are looking for people to attack and reasons to attack.  They don’t have self discipline or self control.  They can’t stop looking for the thing that they hate so they can kill it.  Recent research suggests that feeling thwarted is the source of anger.  Based on my Shared State Theory of Communication, we communicate whatever state we are in.  So if we are in a state of feeling thwarted, we communicate thwartedness, and we want to thwart.  But antagonizing the problem is not necessarily moving towards the solution.  To use my terms something happened to the person that they never want to happen again, a state they want to avoid, but the psychopath is in relationship with desiring to kill the thing that they perceive as the cause of the state they want to avoid.  But in doing so they are constantly restimulating the refractory state reminding them of the state they want to avoid.  Which means they are keeping themselves in a permanent refractory state permanently, which Paul Eckman says is the same as being insane.  They are obsessed with the thing they are trying to get away from.  The only way the can rest is if that thing ceases to exist in reality.  So we have the form of the conquest.

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http://thoughtuncommon.wordpress.com/2013/08/31/shared-state-theory-of-communication/

http://thoughtuncommon.wordpress.com/2013/12/03/problem-centric-narrative/

Winning Against vs. Winning together

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Winning against is a form of conquest in which a person will try to social climb in a group using strategies that are harmful to the group, that don’t create value for the group but only for themselves.  One step back from terrorism they risk the survival of the group by demanding more than they have contributed to the group, and more than can be sustainably afforded by the group.  They enter into relationship with the group with the expectation that they will come away increased in value without feeling that they need to contribute something equitable to the group.  They only engage in win/lose behaviors in the group, not win/win endeavors for the group.  This is essentially an act of theft since any act of theft in an economy decreases the value of all of the money in that economy proportionately.  This usually has to do with an attempt to increase one’s stature in the group without having earned that stature through hard work and sacrifice.  They didn’t take down the biggest game, but they wait until the big dog is weak and attack him opportunisticly.

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Mindhacking Part 2: The Empty Mirror or Taking Yourself out of the Equation.

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Psychopaths presuppose that you will stay in the relationship.  They try to manipulate your emotions while concealing their true intent, feelings, and thoughts.  Once I realize that I am dealing with a psychopath, someone who is communicating strategically, someone not predisposed to relationship who is trying to get something from me or to force me to participate with them in some way, I take myself out of the equation.  What does this mean?  I put them in relationship with themselves, or the consequences they are creating.  If someone is being passive aggressive or harassing I tell everyone at work and put them in relationship with their reputation.  If a customer is stealing and getting away with it and they have become arrogant about it I put them in relationship with the fact that everybody hates them by letting everybody know what they are doing.  So they can go around the store seeing the looks of contempt on everybody’s faces.

A rational person wants to express their frustration and anger to the irrational person, but the irrational person will just use every piece of information for their own benefit and against the person trying to have a relationship.  Which means that the sooner you leave the relationship with the psychopath, making yourself emotionally unavailable and letting everybody know what they are doing the better off you are.  Invite the scrutiny of the community on the individual before they piss you off and you retaliate or do something you regret.  People don’t know what is going on, don’t assume that they do, all they will see is your emotional explosion which might be warranted but the passive aggressive, emotionally hostile, closeted psychopath is trying to provoke you for this reason.  Smiling deviously to themselves as you try to relate to them as if they were an equal.

It requires a conscious switching from emotional reactions to analytical consciousness, and you have to become strategic.  The psychopath will try to coax you back and as soon as they succeed they will attack again.  Once a person has dealt with you in an underhanded sneaky way, do not give them the opportunity to do it again.  If you continue the relationship after person has become irrational you are participating with the frame that they are forcing, you are granting them equity as a rational person.  They want this.  That is why they are concealing their narrative.  Psychopaths are cowards, they never fight on a level playing field, they enter relationship expecting to get something from it and contribute nothing.  They have a closeted narrative,  they keep two sets of books, what they tell you they think and what they actually think, they never reveal their concealed and narcissistic narrative.  If a person never tells you anything that makes himself look bad, if he tries to appeal normal and good from the perspective of the general populace and doesn’t disagree with or contend with the normative bias ever, you are probably dealing with a psychopath or a moron.  The moron is easy to recognize but the psychopath is ambitious, driven.  They are going places, upward places, and they are getting there by pushing other people down.  Psychopaths are social climbers, over-coddled children that think they are better than everybody else so they try to get on top as quickly as possible.

You have to make your ego very small in order to put your emotions on the back burner.  You have to put your instincts aside, but rest assured, the psychopath has a plan to use all of your reactions against you and to make you look like an imbecile.  The sooner you realize that they are not rational the better for yourself.  Psychopaths consider themselves very clever because they have learned how to be unnatural.  When they realize they are beating up their own reflection they will stop attacking or attack in an even more closeted manner.  Psychopaths don’t reform, they just become more manipulative.

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http://thoughtuncommon.wordpress.com/2013/08/27/mindhacking-101-1-mirror-technique/