How the child tries to resolve their physiological problems.
If a child’s effort’s in seeking attention and sustain attention sufficiently as to maintain an acceptable bond with it’s parent or primary caregiver fail then their anger will become severe and eventually turns into rage. This means seriously high energy production in the body becomes the norm and it is without an adequate outlet. Such rage means that even hyperactivity will be insufficient to burn off all the extra energy. If they become worried then anxiety will prevent them from being able to engage in the hyperactivity that they need to burn off the extra energy because anxiety conflicts the heart and renders it ineffective as a pump, whether it be fear and worry mix or anger and worry mix. So the oxygen and sugars etc that need to reach the cells to generate energy will be in short supply if the heart is not pumping properly. And in these children there is an underlying fear and anger over the top of that so the situation is doubly bad if they begin to worry as well. This child’s frustration reaches a high note. And we must appreciate that the child that develops rage out of frustration and/or worry is not reacting to “a traumatic event”. They are the product of months or more possibly years of daily emotional distance or much worse still to emotional coldness (neglect). They live in an interpersonal environment that is cold and very unpleasant because they feel no appreciable bond with their parent. Their neural pathways, which arise and are continually strengthened out of their daily experience, are those that remind them of the pain of distance and coldness. They become a part of the personality. This situation is extremely unpleasant. So a child will respond to anything that may rectify the situation.
Where there is distance between two parties there is an disparity, an inequality of status. A parent who cannot be reached holds higher status because it makes the child the needy party. The party that needs the attention of the aloof other holds lower status. The child cannot know why the parent is distant. To overcome the insecurity (fear) they feel owing to a weak bond with their mother (or father), whom they depend upon for their survival, it is a logical step to seek to overcome the effects of insufficient relationship with their parent. A child can do this is by manipulating the relationship and it is quite common.
And we need no fancy “psychological theories” but plain common sense! The child moves away from attempting to reach out to the parent, and moves towards creating needs in the parent instead. Not psychology, but tactic! The net effect is a shift of status of the two parties in the opposite direction. That is to say the child moves their stance from the needy lower rank, to the controller and of higher rank.
In the first instance the child acts out of anger but if they display anger and it is not tolerated then the next step for the child is to become difficult. They won’t do as they are told to do, especially at important times like meal times or bedtimes. They may insist on getting their own way and throw a tantrum if they don’t get their own way. They may be nasty to other children and so on. This means that the parent is “always on their case” AND it allows for an outburst of anger when the child reacts to the parent’s reaction. When this behaviour is punished it often takes the form of “go to your room and stay there for a certain amount of time”, for the child it means they did not get what they needed and that was sufficient attention to feel a bond with their parent. And such punishment also means that while the child may have achieved some small amount of attention as they require from their parent, it comes at a price because they loose both attention and contact for a time in the end. The child who fails to gain the attention they need in being difficult takes another tack. They stop relating and begin manipulating the relationship. The aim is to control the parent and hence gain the attention that they need. This is why it is important to look behind the child’s behavior and understand what is motivating them to do whatever it is that they are doing. So now how will such a child manipulate the relationship?
Firstly we must first appreciate that a child that has come to this station is a very angry child, whether they show it or not and most often they do not since it only brings more punishment. Punishment does not get rid of a problem. In many cases it causes the problem to become veiled.
In a healthy relationship when people relate they make a genuine effort to treat the other party as an equal. When a person moves to manipulate the other party they do not see them as an equal anymore. Rather they begin to see them as an object. When a person sees the other party as an object they no longer feel the need to be truthful. They may for instance become deceptive about their emotional responses so that the interaction between becomes unclear and may even reach the stage of being completely false. Emotional responses, which are often the revealing aspects of another person’s interaction, will be deceptively displayed or covered over in one of two ways. One is a manipulation that takes place in the body and the other is achieved by ideas that in turn affect the body. The first then is done by replacing the true sensory expression of any emotion with a display. And yes it does take practice. So for example they may express irritability, or a show of being bothered whenever the parent attempts to interact with them when the reality is that they feel pleasure for getting their parent’s attention. This is a replacement method, the display of displeasure replaces the pleasure that they really feel. This method causes confusion in the other party because mentally they sense one condition but their senses register another.
The second method is to modify the emotional expression that eventuates by tackling the ideas that give rise to it, that is to deal with the matter at it source -in the mind. In part this is achieved by denying the original idea or giving it another meaning, as for instance in denial we typically see ideas such as “I don’t care”, “it doesn’t matter” etc. Denial doesn’t make the original idea go away it simply tries to reattribute its value. Thus the idea can be made less conscious or unclear in mind or even subconscious. An unconscious or subconscious idea still produces emotion but it’s expression is diffuse and/or limited.
This second method is similar to a comfort zone. So for instance an issue of injustice that is made subconscious will give rise to the same reactivity in the body but it will be experienced simply as heat or a low grade fever. The ideas that we uphold are crucial to our appreciation of the nature of the changes we experience in body function. So just as with a comfort zone, which is created by ideas of denial, they muddy the waters so that the somatic changes are not appreciated for what they are. A comfort zone is really all about false or fabricated comfort. However they do not make a difference in the body as far as the expression of the emotional reactivity is concerned. The somatic changes still take place and we are aware of them but we no longer identify them for what they are. In the very same way, by changing the ideas in mind, we can betray our responses. However the child will go further. They will also aim to uphold ideas that they know are untrue and give them value as to further muddy the somatic picture. These ideas attempt to replace the original ideas and again this is only achieved with a lot of practice. And that practice includes the responses that they get from others, which helps them hone their skills more and more. Replacement ideas give a person the ability to convey a false exterior appearance because with practice they can induce somatic changes to give real looking reactivity. To aid this process and to get past the problem of the other person sensing that they are not telling the truth, they look to get the other person’s approval or move to lead the other person to arriving at the “truth” as they want to convey it. One very common method that I have seen many toxic people use is to argue their case black and blue, to the point where the other person is drawn to believing that they must be innocent. They reason that only an innocent person who is wrongly accused or wronged would be able to argue in that way. And yet every time I discovered, some time later, that the whole of their reactions was theatre and nothing else. They reacted so convincingly because they had a lifetime of practice and the reactions of others along the way to help them hone their skills and make their act all the more believable. And because they were able to draw in the other party into believing their actions were genuine. They argued so well because they upheld a belief that they had the right to be abusive and not because they were innocent. And such an idea is not upheld in mind in a specific form as in “I have a right to abuse”. They shorten it and simply use “I have a right”, which is a general statement and has no real meaning.
It takes a great deal of practice to perfect the process of manipulating bodily responses but if that person begins doing this as a practice in childhood, then even by the time they are a teenager their acts will be very convincing. This method is also not fool proof as the person still makes fleeting micro expressions that can, with practice be perceived in the face of the deceitful person or in their general behaviour. The reason is that the original ideas that are being papered over are still there in mind and they will still give rise to bodily reactivity but it will be subtle. Here again toxic people influence public opinion. The argument that is made is to look at the big picture and forgive “minor deviations that are out of character”, when indeed the minor deviations are really the cracks in the armor that makes up the external personality or what one toxic person described as the outer facade.
The first method then gives the other party “mixed messages” in that they insightfully perceive ideas that they find inconsistent with the person’s behaviour, which is not true to the ideas that they entertain. The second method is more baffling because the other party’s insightful perception is more or less consistent with the behaviour that they see and only when they become more observant do they perceive both mental and more so physical inconsistencies. With practice one can insightfully perceive the idea or ideas that are being denied so here again it is possible to see through the façade. However without making the effort and accepting the display at face value the deceived party in relationship, the mother in this case, will believe her child is being indifferent or unfeeling. Once that position is perfected the child can begin to manipulate the parent. So the child becomes “difficult”, rather than simply naughty. The child that is openly naughty is more likely to later goes down the road to open violence. The child that becomes difficult is more likely to become toxic. In the first place though in becoming difficult the child makes their parent needy; The parent needs to get the child to behave or to get them to eat their food or to get them to hurry up or to get them to get dressed and so on. Such a child will play with their parent as with a toy. They will never satisfy their parent’s need for the very simple reason that they are being difficult in order to satisfy their own basic need, which is to gain parental attentiveness in order to feel bonded. By being difficult the child has switched the needs and in a way that the parent’s need can only be satisfied by the child. Using this strategy the child can successfully capture the parent’s attention.
The child now controls the parent by being distant, not listening to or not responding adequately to the parent’s asks. In this way they may to some extent control their life’s circumstances, stabilize their body functions and bring their body to rest. It is not a good solution because the rest they obtain is only temporary and dependent upon taking the above said action. It is important to understand that the child’s actions are not fanciful, nor do they arise out of some brain malfunction but out of health considerations. The relationship however is degraded because the new dynamic is now focused on satisfying needs rather than the pleasure of relating. This course of action satisfies some needs but deepens others. For instance their feelings of worthlessness may worsen because they have needed to obtain attention by force. The new dynamic though overcomes the more serious problem of insecurity so the conditions of fear, frustration and anger, all of which raise the energy producing processes in the body are favourably addressed. What the child has effectively achieved is to get their parent to value thoughts associated with their welfare, and not solely the issues by which the parent is preoccupied. It is not that a maltreated parent doesn’t care about their child. The parent’s problems, with which they are preoccupied and which cause their own health concerns, leave the child’s needs unaddressed. The child sees no other option but to continue to frustrate their parent to get the attention they need. Unfortunately the mother’s somatic conditions may only worsen because uncertainty, frustration and irritation at the child’s lack of co-operation, modify her body functions even further and in an antagonistic manner. The reason being that while frustration and irritation raise her energy-producing processes, uncertainty produces worry and that tries to low the energy-producing processes in preparation for reflective thinking and problem solving. These changes in the body of both the mother and the child can be measured during interaction and in the aftermath. Such measurements may be seen as the “vital signs” of their relationship.
Hate as a solution. What is hate?
The word hate in English does not give us any clues as to its nature. We may turn to Greek to find meaning. The word for hate in Greek is ‘misos’ and it conveys the added idea of a division or separation. Using this meaning we begin to understand hate and why a child begins to hate and how that course of action addresses their physiological distress. The two parts that are divided are the two parties in relationship. The cause of the child’s woes is a fundamental failure of relationship, owing to the lack of mental connectedness of their mother or father or both. The parent-child bond, of which a child is acutely aware through insightfully/mental means alone, is either too weak or broken altogether. This brings the issue of insecurity into being, which is the cause of the underlying fear. Hate as well as rage from which it springs is a necessary pre-condition to push a child to becoming evil.
A hateful child has no remorse for their actions, but they are still actions against those people who they feel “owe them something”. Their actions are aimed to defuse any rage and powerlessness ignited by the actions of others, who owe it to them not to put them in that position. And it matter nothing from a child’s point of view that their mother or father may be preoccupied with their own health problems and can’t do anything about their predicament due to ignorance of what they are up against. Total corruption on the other hand occurs when the hateful child moves to or is pushed towards attacking an innocent person, a person who owes them nothing, who has done nothing to harm them, whether deliberately or inadvertently and who often doesn’t even know them. Furthermore the innocent person is attacked without feeling any guilt or inhibition in attacking them and no remorse for such action. Indeed in the full blown evil person the harm that they do brings them enormous amounts of pleasure. This is not a natural progression but “an aided development”, So clearly a child that becomes evil or toxic crosses a boundary or more to the point is lead across a boundary.
When hate leads to evil. If simply becoming difficult does not work or if the child is punished and especially if the punishment is harsh, then rage deepens and leads to hate. And drugs are not a solution. I have seen at least one certain case where the parent was advised to give the child psychiatric drugs for ‘hyperactivity attention deficit disorder’ and that child did become evil. And one can see plenty of cases on the net where children become antisocial and have extremely hateful thoughts and the need to act on them, while on psychiatric drugs. Once the hate deepens any annoyances and problems that the child creates for their parents and their siblings and others will now become actual harm. However to do so the child must go down a more devious path to cover their handiwork and avoid any punishment. In the first instance the child may take distance from their actions and hides their actions behind accidental appearances. If the child’s parents are toxic then the child will be trained by the parents and aggressively trained. If there are non-toxic children in the family then those children will be used as the victims.
So some children are coached in learning to do harm by harming other family members while others are coached to do harm outside of the family.
Children of a non-toxic parent are usually befriended by others and commonly toxic children are used as the means of approaching them. These may be very young children,
or they may be befriended in pre-puberty or puberty years. The child is then led bit by bit to do more and more harmful deeds.
The aim of recruitment is partly to teach them about how to do harm but it is also to morally corrupt them. Moral corruption leads to conditions in the mental realm that are difficult for the child to back away from. However there are also conditions in the brain too because neural pathways are formed with each encounter that mould an evil character. In the first instance the child will be encouraged to do harm and then the attitude is used that “oh it doesn’t really matter”, which is a way of downgrading and dismissing the harm as of no consequence. At this stage the child will do harm and not feel anything. They are encouraged to be indifferent to the suffering of the animal or human, (typically those that are more vulnerable), that they harm. In the second and final stage they encourage the child to feel pleasure and get “a high” from doing the harm. Getting pleasure also means finding rest and we must remember that the hateful child that is being trained to be evil has a lot of rage and underlying fear. Thus finding rest is an essential means to stabilize their physicality. And that is reinforced by the neural pathways that are forged and intensified in the brain. Gaining pleasure from doing harm is then full blown evil, even though the child has yet to be trained further.
Physical harm that is done is commonly video taped and used in foul game play that comes at a later stage.
All children of parents. who are non-toxic and maltreated or toxic and maltreated or simply toxic, are always surrounded by evil or toxic people and various other criminals, but of course these are not known as criminals because they act in a normal, ordinary manner. Toxic people always look to recruit others to their ranks and the child that is hateful is ripe for the picking. They are ripe because they feel worthless for not being properly related to. They feel rage with the most trifling incidents of distance or opposition and they feel the need to attack anyone else who ignore them or appears to opposes them. Furthermore they feel empowered and satisfied for the physiological rest they obtain when they hurt others, but of course select others, those with whom they have a gripe. I am not trying to justify them but it is important to understand why these children can be easily pushed down the road to becoming evil. These are children that crave the mental connectivity with others that comes with a close relationship. This sort of relationship is artificially created by being part of a group, having a place to belong and feel connected to others who are “like-minded”. This connectedness is of course what all good mothers want to provide for their children, but which they are unable to provide if they are being underhandedly maltreated. Hateful children are then befriended and influenced by the usual underhanded means by people that appear to be friendly or who are acquaintances of the family or who are around the family. Often there are other children involved. Indeed an evil adult that looks to recruit a hateful child will often hide behind another evil child and use that evil child as the bait.
The children that are befriended and lead to being evil, need to be put through stages. They are first assisted into being harmful and gain pleasure from doing harm. They are then helped to create a mask, if they have not already gone down that road themselves. All toxic people are two-faced. They have a benign looking, friendly exterior public image and they have, what was described to me as “and evil creature full of rage” within. They are then lead further to become team players. This is necessary for many reasons but two of the key ones is that all foul play can only ever be done using a team and not one or two people. The other most important reason for toxic people is that the pleasure is to be had by a far greater number of people when there is a team. All of this training is done under “conditions of pressure”, which is to say the child is stressed by the usual methods while they are not conforming and as soon as they conform the pressure is taken away. That pressure of course is stress and mainly in the form of anxiety, so here again criminals and foul games are used to “train” the child in the ways of being evil. All that the child knows is that when they don’t do something they feel bad and when they agree to take the step and /or conform they feel good again. Such conditioning has serious consequences in the formation and reinforcement of neural pathways in the brain.
Furthermore we need to appreciate that the child’s sense of self is altered. One evil person told me that “all evil people feel themselves superior to others because they not only have the capacity to do harm to others but to enjoy it as well”. This pride that they take in being able to deceive and hurt others, innocent others, not only gives them a sense of superiority, but ultimately helps them overcome their feelings of worthlessness. It is character.. personal self. However I have to say here that we are not talking about a personal self in the normal sense, of a unique individual. Toxic people are neither unique nor are they individual. All of them think, speak and act as one body in a sense. I have seen plenty of cases where an evil person is maltreated, where I have advised them of the nature of their woes and who is responsible only to have them defend tooth and nail the offenders and deny the cause of their woes. I later found that they had turned against their oppressors in the very same way and with far greater force. I realized later that they are not free agents to make choices for themselves. They can only ever act in unison with the group. To admit to the existence of evil networks is to invite their own demise.
The child becomes a part of vast networks of evil people, networks that are loosely associated but all of whom have a common cause, to harm others as a way of helping themselves both in obtaining power over others and pleasure for themselves. Within networks, evil people do systematic and horrendous damage the hundreds of millions of unsuspecting people around the world. That damage comes in the form of medical conditions, from mild to moderate to serious and the damage can be fatal. At present the harm is labelled a physical or mental disease and any killing of the victim (called a patient by the medicos) is seen to arise out of “natural causes”. Furthermore psychiatrists will have us believe that evil people don’t even exist. And the ones that they cannot deny, since they end up in the criminal justice system, are just “people who have made bad choices” and genetic wrong wiring in the brain is blamed for such bad choices.
People, who can attack innocent victims to gain their “power and pleasure kicks” are effectively ‘the living dead’ because they have now no feelings for others anymore –and that includes any and all others, for when it comes down to the wire they will, in the blink of an eye, sacrifice their “nearest and dearest”.
The cousin of evil.
It is important to mention here another class of people, without whose help, evil people could not do the amount of damage they do. These of course are the semi-toxic or greedy people. Greedy people are also addicts that are in a similar vein to evil people. Greedy people do get some attention from their parents but only in small doses and not enough to help maintain healthy body function. The attention they get is often associated with things a child may ask for or gifts, which are most often given to compensate for a parent’s guilt, if they are too preoccupied with other things and have not given enough time or any time to their children.
Those parents, who compensates for their diminished contact with the giving of gifts to their children cause different, albeit related problems. The gifts become focal points of excitement in the child’s life. They are after all the moments in which they receive the attention that they need. And of course this attention gives rise to good emotional feelings in the child. As emotions are changes in body function, this means that such times are times when proper body function is restored. However though they get relief this course of events creates more problems for the child in the long term. And such problems affect society in general because they inevitably become inevitably they become a part of the commercial sector, whether as an employer or employee. In commerce “greed is considered good” so they are vindicated in seeking the pleasure that they crave and never mind the damage that they may do to others to get it.
A spoilt child will feel anger inside but it most probably never reaches the stage of rage because they do end up with “special moments” that provide them with the mental contact (attention) and the emotional satisfaction that that brings them. And they most probably do not suffer the same degree of disempowerment that the hateful child suffers. And like all other people, who get a little ‘lift’ or a ‘high’ when they get something new or something extra or simply something they see and desire, so too the child experiences pleasure and good body function at such times. Pleasure results from rest and proper body function and this can be seen in meditation. If you learn to meditate you will experience for yourself that with profound rest comes bliss (supreme pleasure). However you will not see it with the first or second session of meditation. If however you become a seasoned meditator, you will reach profound levels of physiological rest and harmonious or proper body function. So you can establish, through first hand experience that pleasure is found when all physiological modifications, which have been brought about by emotions –the reactions to thoughts- are dissolved. The body returns to rest –ideally a state without any modification of function. This is also true of sexual pleasure because an orgasm and the pleasure that is obtain occurs when sexual arousal moves to sexual excitation and is finally released and the body suddenly returns to rest. Addiction of course never measures up to the healthy situation of finding rest. However it is clear to see that physiological rest of whatever quality, to one extent or another, opens the door to pleasure.
It is considered that copious amounts of gifts or letting the child off with certain behaviours ‘spoils’ a child but we only need to observe the physiology of children to discredit this notion A child that has a close and warm relationship with their parent will, like anyone else, be excited by copious gifts but will not be focused on them because their principle source of pleasure is to be found in a satisfying relationship with their parent(s). They gain pleasure through the insightful perception of their parent’s loving thoughts and thereby feel secure. With security they don’t have any concerns nor emotions that cause somatic upheaval. They thereby have physiological rest. But for the child who is feeling distance, times of receiving gifts are times, which are times when they have the parent’s attention, will be exhilarating and physiologically satisfying because at such times all emotional upheavals are banished and proper body function is attained. So rather than getting a little lift the child who is starved of attention (mental contact) experiences this pleasure as a rush of pleasure. Since they receive this contact in dribs and drabs they will become demanding to get a more plentiful and constant supply in order to get stabilized body function and rest. When a person continually seeks to get something to stabilize their bodily functions and bring the body to proper function and rest, then what we have is a craving. This craving is essentially ‘greed’. I have seen greed and evil in the same person, but most that I have observed seem to either be greedy or evil but not both. The reason the child is seen as “spoilt” is that they become demanding, wanting more and more gifts and special treatments. For may of these children the high lasts only for the very short time in which they receive their new toy or what have you because the parent turned away again and the attention he or she needs too quickly dries up. So that child will naturally be asking for another and another toy. After all its the contact with their parent that they need and they only get it when they are getting some gift. So the high, while it becomes associated with the gift is not really derived from whatever it is that they receive but from the giver. However the association is made because the special moments come together with whatever it is that they receive. So it is not surprising that these children also become addicts. Their addiction is also associated with empowerment but it is pegged to material things, so whatever helps them gain material things is a highly sought after commodity and that is usually money, Money is the addiction of greedy people whereas the harming of others is the addiction of the evil people.. However if harming someone stands in the way of getting money then greedy people will bend to assisting in doing the harm to get what they want.
The Evil-Greed Alliance.
Greed is an addiction that is not missed by evil people. The greedy person is semi-toxic because they act as evil people under certain conditions, namely in circumstances where they need to get their fix and it is just out of reach. If they can walk over someone else then they get it. Evil people use toxic people by manipulating them and feeding their addiction. I have also noticed and indeed have been told as well, that evil people do not take any chances with greedy people, Thus they do not simply use the carrot approach, but the carrot AND the stick approach. Most greedy people however will willingly serve evil because they get the excesses of money and material things that they crave, not in cash lump sums but through contacts and what those contacts can give them, such as contracts or job offers or promotions etc. So evil people and greedy people have their own interests to serve by serving one another. This makes them allies, even though they do not have a common cause. Although there are people who are both toxic and greedy and these people’s alliance with other evil people does have overlapping interests.
What is important to realize is that an evil /toxic person is not simply someone who is potentially harmful. They are harmful everyday of their lives to unsuspecting people. So now we can understand the definitions that I was given by evil people as to the meaning of “being evil”.
‘Being evil’ means gaining a “rush of pleasure” from doing harm, most commonly this is harm done to an innocent person (someone uninvolved with and a stranger to the offender or who at any rate hasn’t harmed the offender):-
- ØEither through passive participation,(desiring to see harm done and/or benefiting from the harm done in some way) or
- Øthrough active participation, which includes those calling forth for harm to be done, those aiding and abetting criminals and the criminals who actually do the harm.
And by ‘harm’ we may include everything from:
1. the troubling of an individual so as to experience apprehension and anxiety about impending potential danger or other violations,
2. to their being physically harmed in some way, which of course includes the creation of medical conditions,
3. and finally to pain and suffering from having been harmed or having lost someone of great emotional significance to them.
By a ‘rush of pleasure’ I strongly suspect that physiological evidence, as will be discovered in the future, will find it to be akin to an ‘adrenalin rush’. However in this case the combinations of biochemical products that surge in the body and decay over time most probably has two effects. On the one hand there would be a counter the physiological consequences of inner rage that consumes these people, despite their deceptive cool and benign-looking external appearance. And on the other hand there would be an accommodation for their addiction for power over others, which again stems out of a physiological condition. In both cases we can reasonably find that the rush that is experienced is nothing more than the body being moved towards rest and proper function, and with these, the experience of pleasure. You can prove to yourself that profound rest brings pleasure. If you learn to meditate and persist until you are an experienced meditator you will experience your body in a state of profound rest and you will find that with such rest comes immense pleasure or what is called bliss.
Can this level of hate be remedied?
I don’t know if it is possible and I have to admit that I have not only seen no evidence of rehabilitation, I have seen evidence to the contrary. They are not capable of change. However we also need to consider that there is no pressure to change at this point in time. But of course change is happening. There is widespread world movements of a variety of sorts that together will bring change. Can they change even under pressure? I believe yes, for some. I suspect that the problem can be remedied fairly easily if it is caught at the stage where the child’s is only expressing behavior that is nothing more than being difficult. And I suspect that it must also be addressed in pre-puberty years. I also suspect that it can only be remedied by a parent who is themselves non-toxic. However the parent will need to recognize how the problem is created. That of course can only happen when they have knowledge of how their own situation and health problems become a cause. And even more than that, owing to the nature of the maltreatment that is levelled against them, which involves many others, such a person also needs the moral support of the community of non-toxic people. This problem is not a problem of one person. It is in every sense a communal problem. There are many toxic people inside government departments and places of women’s refuge etc., and this also needs to be recognized by the community. The exposure of evil practices that lead to maltreatment is vital because only when a person’s maltreatment is well understood can any real moral support can be given and the problem resolved. A single individual may be able to ward off serious health problems but they cannot address the problem properly because a single individual cannot stand against a toxic mob sufficiently to overcome the problem of evil in the community. It is really a social problem and needs a civil movement for the problem to be overcome.
Can a child that has become evil be treated so as to change in real terms. I also believe this is possible but again only when circumstances change so that there is real pressure to change. And here again it must be addressed while they are still in their early teens. Once they reach late adolescence and become young adults I doubt very much that they are capable of reform. Even as young children some are too far gone to be rehabilitated. If these people cannot do harm any more they will die, either by their own hand or the failure of their body to retain enough measure of balance (homeostasis). They will be consumed by their own rage.
For the sake of comparison we may say that the opposite to toxic or evil people are non-toxic people or as I have heard evil people say, ‘good people’. The use of the word ‘good’ is a misnomer here because all people will get it wrong sometimes. All people do things out of self interest and sometimes may be harmful to others. Good people can even be driven to be harmful under extreme duress. Good people are not sinless or perfect people. Good people may commit wrongful actions and even serious crimes at times but they never commit long-term wilful and systematic harm on other people. Good people are perhaps better described:-
in negative terms as those people who:
* do not harm others deliberately and systematically
* do not harm without provocation
* do not get pleasure out of harming.
* are not addicted to power
and in positive terms, as those people who
* feel compassion towards other people
* are moved to help others in need,
* need to be seriously motivated as in self defence or extraordinarily provoked to do harm
* and will feel guilt afterwards if they have done harm, even if only in self defence.
* Lastly their bodies naturally remain at rest and proper function when not engaged in activity. And whose bodies naturally return to rest after activity in the body is ended, and that includes emotional reactivity.
So we have the two sub cultures that make up humanity, the humane and the inhumane, the good and the evil or what some people call angels and demons.
Crime done by proxy.
To achieve their ends, toxic people commit crime by proxy. Toxic people have been trained to be a part of a team, to gain partners in crime, so they associate with like-minded others whom they euphemistically call “their friends” or “their people”. And they operate these ‘friendships’ on a barter system. The ‘I’ll call on you to help me do my dirty work and you can call on me to help you with yours’. That is to say they participate for each other in some way to cause havoc in another person’s life’. And reliably, through these networks of ‘friends’, they can arrange to be out of town when a crime is done on their behalf, so they may have the perfect alibi to boot! And this goes on while ever ESP is denied inside of relationship. Physical location is irrelevant where there is close relationship. ESP is used very effectively, provided of course they can arrange and know the circumstances of the unsuspecting person they want to victimize at a particular time. This is why they are able to so smugly say “where would you be without your friends”? Little wonder then that they would maintain small networks of like-minded friends.
Not all of their friends are in the same vein, even though these people form no real friendships. They also have friends that I have been told they call “pets”. These pets are non-toxic people, who unbeknown to them, are used as pawns to serve a dark purpose. For example if they want a reference or recommendation then a non-toxic person, who is respected by others, will do the honours for them, and gladly seeing they don’t know them as harmful. The toxic person goes to great lengths sometimes to maintain a good image with the non-toxic person or pet so if they ever need a recommendation they are sure to get a good one and without hesitation from the pet. Friendship with pets may typically be maintained over many years, with the non-toxic person never suspecting anything amiss.
When there are teams of toxic people, doing crime by proxy, there is a natural progression to the formation of larger and larger networks. Each and every evil and greedy person as well as their team become links between networks of like-minded others. These networks are loosely held together and develop out of common interests, which are to manipulate and control others or rip someone off or simply to hurt another person to get their power and/or pleasure fix. And it doesn’t end there. People with networks of others in their easy reach quickly form into networks of networks. They are all addicts looking to continually “re-charge” their bodies, so while they do get “rewards” for their efforts, they are all only too willing to do harm to a stranger and maintain silence about the harm done and how it is done. Like the evil person, so too for the greedy person, no amount, no matter how large, is enough. They need to continually get more and more because only in the getting are they able to stabilize their bodies. All of them feed their addiction having a network of contacts in their pockets. And all of them make suitable exchanges with others. These are not gangs. There are no signed up memberships and no bosses or organizers, just herds of like-minded people. Be that as it may, however these are not people on a level playing ground. They are all power mongers. They will all walk over each other; even eat each other, so there is an ongoing struggle between them for power. Many levels of power and influence are forged so that even a single network exists as a matrix of levels. Certainly their personal and professional positions play a part. But a great deal also depends on “who they know” and “what they can get done”, who they are able to manipulate and control and whom they are willing to serve or have to serve. I have heard some call themselves “we’re the guys that get things done” and certainly they can pull all manner of strings by virtue of their contacts with other and where those others may have influence. But always those others are like-minded toxic people. Indeed sometimes they may make use a good person to get “some favor returned” but the majority of their evil work is done underhandedly. And even in the cases where they use a good person, that person has no idea what the true purpose of the “favour” might be.
Knowing people, who know others, who in turn know others more removed, and more distant, that serve in doing crime and who indeed do the crimes for their own empowerment as well as any reward, means that they have a system which has been to date “fail proof”. No one dobs because it is their lifestyle they would be destroying, but they also know only too well that they would be instantly ravaged for doing so. They have been brutally conditioned to be “loyal”. They know they are not up against another one or two individuals but a mob. None of them can stand alone, not even for an instant.
Their system is certainly fortified because there are problems that stand in the way. And some of those problems have to do with how non-toxic people think. Non-toxic people do not even guess that such networks exist, but more significantly they do not want to believe it. But in any case, discovering the criminals and indeed even the crime is difficult. One would have to first find the links between the victim and the real offender. Owing to networks of other unrelated people trying to make those links on current knowledge is near impossible. The cause and effect are thus well covered. However the crime is also well covered while ever the damage is treated as a ‘medical condition’ and a death written off as ‘of natural causes’. One doesn’t go looking for criminals when the damage doesn’t look like a crime. Furthermore the chief offender, the one who orders a crime and for whom the crime is done, cannot be implicated in the crime because firstly the criminals who do the crime cannot be linked to him or her. The crime is done by persons, who in many cases have never even met the toxic person who orders it. How is this possible? The reason is that there are toxic people who are called “go-betweens” that connect toxic people from one level to another and from one network to another. So the people who employ and those employed don’t know each other and have never met nor spoken to each other. Here again even if the go-between were directly between the two parties, which they may not be, you can’t prove a person knows another simply because they have some “common friends”. Thus most chief offenders remain above suspicion. However here again we have “medical interventions” saving the day! The second reason is that the psychiatric profession treats a person’s thoughts and the corresponding emotional reactivity, in other words their subjective experience as trash. They consider all thoughts that are not based on obvious physical evidence as being imaginary and delusional. This is really nothing other than an unashamed shrouding of medical evidence. So while the “patients” are drugged, the criminals, who harass an unsuspecting person and ravage their lives all the way to the grave, remain above suspicion.
However even besides all of that there are toxic people in very powerful positions such as within the police force. Toxic policemen and women offer protection not only to their criminals counterparts outside of the police but entire networks of toxic people. Indeed a police force in any country in the world that you choose to investigate, has three major problems and these problems are not even realized let alone addressed.
- 1. There are toxic people in the police force who are criminals, so that some of the criminals they are chasing to catch and hand over to the law are both inside and out of the force.
- 2. These toxic police use the usual methods to overpower their non-toxic counterparts, and even more efficiently because they are all already armed.
- 3. Police are a front line force to counter terrorism. However the terrorism that is an undercurrent in society, which has been completely invisible to date, can hardly be addressed by police for the above two reasons. And that is apart from the problems posed when the crimes are seen as disease and death by natural causes
For many reasons to date crimes, which really amount to endemic and widespread terrorism in society has remained undiscovered by the greater bulk of the public, let alone be solved. The networks of toxic and greedy people are the cogs in the wheel of a growing new form of organized crime; Crime that is À LA CARTE and readily available! Not only cheap, but can be very profitable besides and they don’t need to get their hands dirty nor even to be seen for what they do. Furthermore this is organized crime that is seamlessly threaded throughout society in all levels. The problem is not only serious and critical, it is of monumental proportions. As one evil man had said to me “do whatever we like, never get caught”. And he spoke not only with confidence but with exuberant arrogance. Indeed he was the one that sparked the challenge in me to get the evidence and get them caught! The solution is in the hands of every non-toxic person in the world.
Together we can topple the monster and bring in the dawn of a new age as has never been seen before on the earth. In the following chapters I discuss how crimes are done and touch on the subject of how to overcome them. The subject of developing the mind is huge and I do not want to dilute the discussion here. The first and vital step is to see how crime is done, how a medical condition comes into being and why. This is the all empowering step of knowledge. When we know what we are up against we can find the solutions.
The first stop along the way is to see how anger can be ignited or manufactured and creatively used. Anger forms a basis for the creation of cancer, but in cancer the use is most crafty. First we need to see its more simple applications. How is anger used to create heart disease and diabetes? I will also discuss heart disease with respect to anxiety as well. And furthermore to discuss how a heart attack or heart failure can be brought about “on demand”, but of course always in an unsuspecting person. A person who knows what is at play may be slightly affected but will always escape harm.