"He or she is looking for someone who doesn't know what their rights are. Boundaries mean that you know who you are and aren't going to let a third party tell you what to do and tell you how you feel and tell you what you should do."
"Europe has not yet learned how to be multicultural, and I think we're gonna be part of the throes of that transformation, which must take place. Europe is not going to be the monolithic societies that they once were in the last century. Jews are going to be at the center of that. It's a huge transformation for Europe to make." Jewish leader Barbara Lerner Spectre
"One argument about jet caused “condensation trails,” that makes people who dismiss all the geo-engineering in our skies as natural “jet condensation trails” is that if that were really true (“Not!”), and jets naturally made such trails that blocked the sun and changed our skies, changing ground temperatures, etc., negatively affecting solar power, plants, people, and the like, so detrimentally; then, if “the powers that be” did not want this destruction, whatever the cause, the plane engines would already have been re-engineered and grounded until a fix could be found, years ago.
Of course, if the people you have just spoken to about the intentional geo-engineering of our planet have already dismissed your reasoning with the “jet engine contrail” excuse, they really get mad when you even try to use their own superficial excuse to suggest that, whatever the cause or intention, these planes are doing bad things to us and our earthly environment…Why isn’t something being effectively done to change these destructive actions by planes? They walk away…in anger, muttering, that you’re a “conspiracy theorist and/or too negative, pessimistic, and your ideas are depressing”…Some people will even admit that they can’t handle thinking about such things right now, even if true…"
"They had to abuse you in an attempt to make you hate them." "They had to provoke you to feel anger." "They were feeling envious so they will try to make you envious of them." "They are using you to express their self hatred." "They try to project their negativity and distorted beliefs onto you."
"It is too painful for them to self reflect. They will deny accountability or responsibility for their actions. They will shift the blame onto you, gaslight you into thinking there is something wrong with you. Discard you as if you never existed."
More on social engineering. He wrote in a comment:
"Good points. However, that isn't enough to keep the attention of most women, because confident, and even good looking men get left every day and replaced by men that cheat and do a host of other bad things. So why is this? Well, as I explained in the video the Social Engineers have gotten many women today addicted to this chaotic and negative treatment, due to the dopamine the shoots off in their brain when they are in a relationship with a narcissist. So when a woman meets a confident yet kind man that is decent and reliable. What does she do? She leaves him for horrible man that treats her like dirt. Why? Because she's addicted to the chaos. That's why most of the people online (even women) tell men to treat women like dirt in order to attract and keep a woman. So good men are going this evil route at times because it's the route that sadly works."
Comments by others:
"It’s not about confidence. There have been times when when I’ve really done one over on another dude, or intimidated another guy and women LOVE it! It’s the dark triad, manipulative stuff the women love more than the confidence. Don’t ask me why. Nothing will ever change this, we just need to accept it and remember it next time there’s some sob story campaign about how men mistreat women, the debate needs to openly state that women encourage men to be selfish, aggressive and rude as it fuels their desire. It’s women who are making these men exist. Plenty of guys act this out because they know how powerful it is with the ladies."
"I would say most women are meeting the douchebags, cause us good men are checking out of the dating market."
"Narcissism is a pandemic. It will innately destroy the concepts of family, commitment, and responsibility."
Malignant or predatory narcissistic psychopathy characterizes those Christ referred to as of their father the devil. They attempt to come across as divinely chosen to fool the innocent and gullible. Tricksters, deceivers, mind manipulators, liars, con artists, actors, making use of all kinds of psychological techniques including the big lie. See "They Live" from 1988. It depicts demons camouflaging themselves as real people and the matrix as their elaborate defense mechanism. Also check out Stefan Molyneux on Sociopathy https://www.bitchute.com/video/wEc9VTBwKNLi/
John 8:44: "Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it."
He says psychopaths despise human beings and think they're stupid. "They don't say anything. They keep it concealed." He also has thoughts to convey about other cultures (in his case the Chinese) hating Americans yet masking it under phony smiles and feigned manners. "They like to dupe you. Every time you give them your money they see it as duping you. The smile they give you is duper's delight. They have a superiority complex where they are entitled to use and abuse you however they like because you are lower than them."
Nietzsche's philosophy exhibits psychopathy where moral human beings are considered beneath the wicked Übermensch.
Join me live as I address the dangers of remaining single for too long in your life, and how hookup culture only exacerbates this road to nihilism. How do you settle down in such an environment, and what do you need to avoid? ~Expand for links~
On this episode of Matt Forney Live, Davis Aurini and I will be discussing the dissolution of his partnership with Jordan Owen, Owen's deteriorating mental state, the future of The Sarkeesian Effect, and more.
Originally streamed live on YouTube on March 5, 2015.
Welcome to my Bitchute channel! I'm really looking forward to uploading here, with a slightly different focus. After ten years of no contact, I've had many great opportunities to learn and grow in my recovery, and life is pretty good right now. On this channel, I'll focus on life after no contact, how to avoid getting stuck in that righteous anger, and how to move away from focusing on the narcissist and the abuse and move toward building your life, free of toxic relationships.
A few topics that I plan to cover soon are (1) the prevention of repeating old patterns; (2) growing in areas of your own life, separate from your life with your abusers; (3) navigating a new romantic relationship; (4) becoming an empty nester!
After the past 2 years, it honestly feels great to post to a small following, just like I did when I first started out on YouTube before my channel grew and the crazies sniffed me out. I hope you enjoy the content here.
ABOUT: In this episode of "Paradigm Shift - An Educational Comedy" that we have titled as "PSEC - 2018 - Katerina Roy on Becoming Free From Narcissistic Abuse" -- Katerina Roy speaks in her Facebook Live Stream about her journey of recovering from narcisistic abuse. This video is every SJW / Establishment Cuck's worst nightmare -- because it pertains to what cucks are never willing to do: owning their shit, taking personal response ability, ending the blame game and knowing that victim-identity / intersectionality is becoming the thing you hate.
Documentary made for the victims of narcissistic abuse who felt unheard and misunderstood. For everyone who had their family and friends look at them like they were crazy when they tried to describe the issues within the relationship or who even had people turn their back on them for saying that something was wrong.
And especially for everyone who endured going to a therapist or counselor only to be told by a “professional” that narcissistic abuse wasn’t real and the problems were all inside their own head.
Narcissistic abuse is real and highly destructive and it’s time to let the world know that we won’t allow this issue to be swept under the carpet anymore.
Richard Grannon, NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) Master Practitioner, is passionate about helping people defend themselves, get back on their feet, and finally free themselves from narcissistic abuse. Richard attended Aston University, where he studied Psychology and trained under Richard Bandler, the co-developer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Much of Grannon’s specific interest in narcissistic abuse originally stemmed from personal relationships — he’d witnessed it firsthand before and could tell something that something was wrong or “off,” yet he couldn’t quite identify it. It was only through his psychological training that he began to recognize patterns of narcissistic abuse.
Richard realized that this was likely the case for victims worldwide: they were either unaware of how they were being treated or unaware of any possible solutions to their problems. Richard graduated with a BSc in Psychology and a renewed sense of purpose. He could offer direct, practical solutions for narcissistic abuse victims and help them reclaim their self-worth.
As an NLP Master Practitioner Richard Grannon cherishes his ability to reach a wide range of people. He’s worked with people from all kinds of different backgrounds and guided them toward the way out, all while helping them take back their power and sharpen their sense of reality. He draws on elements of numerous forms of psychotherapy, such as NLP, cognitive behavioral therapy, zen meditation, psychodynamics and more, to create the most effective and personalized solutions possible for each individual client.
One of Richard’s most effective ways of promoting healing and growth is by running a course for overcoming narcissistic abuse. The sad truth behind the concept is that there is little recognition of it as a major problem for victims, and Richard decided to create his own resource that people could turn to the Spartan Life Coach course. The course directly addresses the mental health needs of victims of emotional and psychological abuse and provides life-changing video tutorials, hypnosis visualization tracks, and written exercises.
Although Richard started his career doing one-on-one sessions, he now focuses more on courses like this as well as seminars so that he can reach more people than ever and inspire hope around the globe.
No matter what his professional role is, Richard Grannon believes in empowering people and helping them rediscover their own worth.
"Do not just slay your demons. Dissect them and find what they've been feeding on." ~ Andres Fernandez
Lisa A. Romano is a life coach whose videos helped me a lot early on with codependency. She also provides life coaching for narcissistic abuse survivors. This is a link to her YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/lisaaromano1
"Impostor syndrome (also known as impostor phenomenon or fraud syndrome or the imposter experience) is a concept describing high-achieving individuals who are marked by an inability to internalize their accomplishments and a persistent fear of being exposed as a fraud." -- Wikipedia
Even more painful than the betrayal of the narcissist is the unexpected betrayal of people we trusted who align themselves with the narcissist. Many make excuses for flying monkeys. Many people feel compassion and try to understand the actions of the flying monkeys. I am not one of those people. Although I don't believe that children are responsible for being manipulated by a narcissist, I do believe that adults are 100% responsible for their own actions. Flying monkeys who stand by silently while you're being smeared, targeted, and abused are bad enough, but those who join in are no better than the narcissist and are likely incredibly toxic themselves. Healthy people who see another treating someone badly are not naturally inclined to join in on the abusive behavior; however, abusive people are naturally inclined to join in on the abusive behavior, until the narc turns on them, which always happens. Flying monkeys often come back looking for "forgiveness" when the narcissist turns on them. This is not genuine remorse. This is self-serving damage control. I encourage you to think long and hard before letting any of these people back into your life. The narcissist may have influenced these people, but absent physical force or threat, flying monkeys cannot be forced to take part in toxic behavior. They choose to. Let them live with their choices.
“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War
Narcissistic abuse is based largely on the element of surprise. The narcissist will leave you when you need support more than ever (illness, job loss, death in the family). The narcissist will tell you that they would never divorce you the same day they've hired a divorce lawyer. The narcissist will tell you that they have no interest in custody of your children while they're building a custody case against you. As a result, the discard is disorienting because it is so shocking. When we are disoriented in this way, our ability to fight for ourselves and our children is compromised. It is crucial that we move from a place of victim to a place of confidence and strategy. Once you realize the narcissist's many weaknesses, you will begin to notice a shift in outcomes.
Perhaps the greatest weakness of the narcissist is their lack of emotional intelligence. They are emotionally stunted, operating at the emotional level of toddlers. Toddlers aren't patient. Adults are. I've learned over time that patience has been one of my greatest allies against the narcissist. This video shares just one small aspect of that discovery.
When you're divorcing/ending a relationship with a narcissist, you are involved in a game of the narc's making. The narc doesn't clue you in to the rules of his/her game. However, there are steps that you can take to protect yourself. Your method of communication is one of those steps.
Victims of narcissistic abuse are often in a perpetual state of hypervigilance. While it's important that we defend ourselves as we begin to recover, at some point, we need to become more measured in our approach.
Even worse than what we hear from the narcissist are the tapes we hear in our own heads--the tapes the narcissist planted there. The tapes that tell us we aren't good enough, that we can't do it on our own, that we aren't capable, that we're damaged. Going no contact not only removes the external messages coming from the narc, it also gives us the space and freedom to get back to our authentic selves and to begin to believe the best about ourselves again (or for the first time in our lives).
A common ploy of the narcissist during a divorce is to call you crazy, addicted, dangerous, etc. To garner "evidence" of these accusations, the narc will provoke you, often by smearing you and lying about you to others. Then, when you respond in upset and/or anger, they point to your reaction as evidence of your instability.
This is a calculated move by the narc. Don't give them the reaction they're looking for!