Saturday, January 14, 2017

Donald Trump is not just our laughing stock! Front page Switzerland

So sad Americans were so blinded by sexism -- caused by the repressed hatred at their own mothers -- now transferred into all other women --- driven by this repressed hatred to vote for this man to sit in heights office of the land. Just like Meryl Streep beautifully articulated in her Globes acceptance speech.
"It was that moment when the person asking to sit in the most respected seat in our country imitated a disabled reporter, someone he outranked in privilege and power and the capacity to fight back. It, it kind of broke my heart when I saw it and I still can’t get it out my head because it wasn’t in a movie. It was real life. And this instinct to humiliate when it’s modeled by someone in the public platform, by someone powerful, it filters down into everybody’s life because it kind of gives permission for other people to do the same thing.
Disrespect invites disrespect. Violence incites violence. When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose. OK, go on with that thing. OK, this brings me to the press. We need the principled press to hold power to account, to call them on the carpet for every outrage."

How Putin Played the Far Left

The games... the public is so emotionally blind that have no idea to the high level they are being played or manipulated by the sociopaths in power positions around the world. Nothing ever is what it seems... 

Monday, December 26, 2016

This Article Sums it Up Pretty Good about Donald Trump and All of Us

My BF sent me this article Christmas morning -- THE TRUMP PRESIDENCY: AN INVITATION TO DIG DEEPER -- A must read article, it sums it all up pretty good about Donald Trump and all of us.

Donald Trump and his supporters suffer from unresolved deep seated traumas that have been passed down from generation to generation. 

A, I hope you read the whole article in the link above. These are the reason I was persecuted at my job of nine of half years after I publish my book. My book is a mirror and they didn’t like their own reflections and they rather destroy me than look in the mirror and take responsibility for their own childhood repression. It sadness me beyond words that after working with me and with the evidence of what happened to me at Sxxxxxxxr -- you still blind to these psychological mechanisms and let the dead hand of your own repression to vote into power, to the highest office of the land, a very wounded man that has develop into a full blown psychopath or sociopath,  in order to avoid to look in the mirror and face your own childhood repression.  Like it says in the article it must shift, in one way or another, but I was hoping would shift in a peaceful way with the help of my book together with Alice Miller’s books and not with the devastation and destruction that Donald Trump will most likely take us, and of course the most vulnerable will have to pay the highest price of all. Donald Trump is going to traumatize others in the same way he was traumatized as a child and like my childhoods abusers and the sociopaths at Sxxxxxxxr tried to do to me. See dictators 

“According to biographers, Trump’s father was a workaholic, a ruthless, cold and authoritarian man who believed life is a competition where the “killers” win.” He passed his public bigotry and trauma on to Donald, who was such a trouble-maker that his father sent him off to military boarding school. We don’t usually have to dig too far to glean that it’s likely the unruly child has been damaged, unconsciously to be sure, by the family. How many of us unwittingly pass off our trauma to our children, then deny it, then leave the confused child to try to figure it out, foreshadowing the seemingly inexorable continuation of generational betrayal and trauma. …

(By voting for Trump you are showing me that as a small child you had an authoritarian father, that remain repressed in you, and now with your vote you help elect into power an authoritarian father figure to rule over others the same way your father ruled over you.)

 “Our avoidance in tackling our traumas is totally understandable. We are afraid to look in the mirror because of what we will see. It’s painful. Between the latent historical traumas and our personal childhood trauma, which so many of us have, we find ourselves at a tipping point. This state of affairs can no longer be endured. One way or another, it must shift.

Enter: Donald Trump, an extreme manifestation of our collective neglected trauma screaming for attention, desperate for acceptance, yet perpetually rejected. It’s not on purpose. It’s too painful to engage with, so we distract ourselves to avoid the truth that has become patently obvious: America, the world, is sick, the severity of the condition represented by President-elect Trump.

Whether you voted for him or not, his is the prevailing energy at the fore at this point in time. And everyone has a piece of it because nothing happens without the tacit/active approval of the people. At the extremes, which have become increasingly normalized, some of us hate along with Mr. Trump, and others just hate Mr. Trump. In the end, beneath the veneer, there is little difference between the two positions.

…The result of this profound, historic imbalance between the masculine and the feminine is a fearful, abusive, violent, misogynistic, racist, pornographic culture that has relegated community, compassion and empathy to sideshow status, leaving in its wake a traumatized and confused culture that escapes and survives via its cornucopia of addictions that have become normalized. …

… let’s try sending the President-elect some good vibes. Throw him a bone. He needs it badly. So do we all.”

I agree with everything written in this article, but I don’t agree with the last sentence. Sending good vibes and throwing him a bone will not stop him from destroying himself and many in the process. Just like I wrote in a text to my BF “Donald Trump is going to do to America and the whole world what the sociopaths in Sxxxxxxxr did to me. It's heart breaking that some people after working with me and seeing what i went through at Sxxxxxxxr still are  emotionally blind and driven by the dead hand of their own repression to vote for a very damaged man like Donald Trump. I agree with everything written in the article. I only disagree with the very end. Because once we give power to a lunatic like America people have given to this lunatic of Donald Trump, they will not give up power without their own destruction and the destruction of many. Throwing him a bone will not stop him NOW from destroying himself and many in the process. Just look into history how every dictator ended.”

In this last sentence shows me the author still blind by repressed emotions of the child he once was and still has the illusion that with good vibes, love and throw a full blown psychopath a bone we can make things better. The only way we can prevent future damage is by preventing giving power to people that their souls have been murder in childhood in the first place, because once they gain power, they don’t give it up without destroying themselves and many in the process.  

You wrote in a past e-mail "I trust that when you had an abortion you were making the best decision for yourself. I respect your choice and it’s really none of my business what anyone does or doesn’t do with their bodies or their lives. I’m really not anti-abortion, and I definitely agree with you that every child that’s born should be protected and loved."

 With your vote you are not respecting my decision, otherwise you would never vote for a man that wants to punish women for having abortions and want to pass laws to restrict women's access to having an abortion. And if you agreed with me that every child should be protected and loved than you would be voting for politicians that will make it easy for women not ready to have a child to access birth control and abortion. Again with your vote you tell me different.  

 Merry official Christmas
Hope you're having a nice day!
XOXOX

Sylvie: Thank you! I hope you too are having a nice day!
I'm working, besides guests visiting family, it's pretty quiet! I'm reading the article you sent me! That article does Sums it up pretty good. Thank you for sending it.

Says a lot of the things that you and Alice Miller say and I bet you thought I don't pay attention LOL

Sylvie: Where did you find that article?! You have no idea how much you made my day to see that you pay attention and truly understand these psychological mechanisms. Having someone in my life that understands me is the best Christmas gift i could ever have. Thank you!

It's inspiring me to write a blog. Because of people afraid to look in the mirror that's why i was targeted by a mob of sociopaths at my work, because my book is a mirror and they didn't like their own reflections. They rather destroy me than take responsibility for their own childhood repression. And financially they did put me in a real bind, but as long i have health my finances will eventually recovery sooner or late. Seeing this scenario being played in a grand scale in the stage of the world is breaking my heart.

Donald Trump is going to do to America and the whole world what the sociopaths in Sxxxpxxxr did to me. It's heart breaking that some people after working with me and seeing what i went through at Sxxxxxxxr still  emotionally blind and driven by the dead hand of their own repression to vote for a very damaged man like Donald Trump. I agree with everything written in the article. I only disagree with the very end. Because once we give power to a lunatic like America people has given to this lunatic of Donald Trump, they will not give up power without their own destruction and the destruction of many. Throwing him a bone will not stop him now from destroying himself and many in the process. Just look into history how every dictator ended.

These words by Alice Miller go right to the heart! "Kafka was hardly aware of the fact that the main sources of his imagination were deeply hidden in his early childhood. Most writers aren't. But the amnesia of an artist or writer, though sometimes a burden for their body, doesn't have any negative consequences for society. The readers simply admire the work and are rarely interested in the writers' infancy. However, the amnesia of politicians or leaders of sects does afflict countless people, and will continue to do so, as long as society remains blind to the important connections between the denial of traumatic experiences in early childhood and the destructive, criminal actions of individuals.” Read more here




The Propaganda Spread by the Established Media is the Most Damaging

5 Times Corporate Media Got Caught Publishing Fake News Causing the Death & Suffering of Millions


The propaganda or fake news spread by the established media is the most damaging. Most people in the established media are like vultures, just like I wrote in response to someone’s comment in the open letter to the media: “Thank you, Jekaterina. Connected stories like mine need to be told, but sadly most people in the media are only interested in disconnected stories of victims without resolution they can exploit for pure sensationalism, they are like vultures. And they feel threatened by connected stories like mine, because stories like mine makes people look in the mirror to question themselves, their own parents and people in power position standing in symbolizing their parents. AND WHO WANTS TO DO THAT? Most people are still scared little children afraid of being punished if they dare to speak the naked truth and expose the real state of affairs.”

Vulnerable Women Always Gets the short End of the Stick

Facebook post 
"I’ve never seen anything like this. Never." What’s It Like Waiting For Donald Trump To Take Office? A Career Federal Employee Spills The Beans

Sylvie Imelda Shene This is not good for working people, no one should suffer discrimination and emotional harassment in the work place, like I suffered at my job of nine and half years after I published my book. With this administration things just going to get worse. "I think what is really concerning a lot of career individuals is some of the behavior that was exhibited on the campaign trail. What many of them are bringing to my attention and what they’re fearful of is some of that behavior being acceptable in the workplace. So there’s a lot of concern about that.
Q: What sort of behavior?
Sexual harassment. Sexual misconduct. Discrimination."


Trump to inherit more than 100 court vacancies, plans to reshape judiciary

Sylvie Imelda Shene Vulnerable women are always the ones to be the most discriminated against and get the short end of the stick. Of course abortion restrictions to control vulnerable young women will have to be on their agenda under the disguise of wanting to protect unborn life, but don't give a shit about the life already born right in front of them "State gun control laws, abortion restrictions, voter laws, anti-discrimination measures and immigrant issues are all matters that are increasingly heard by federal judges and will be influenced by the new composition of the courts. Trump has vowed to choose ideologues in the mold of the late Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia, a conservative icon — a prospect that has activists on the right giddy."


Friday, December 23, 2016

Donald Trump is Grabbing America by the Pussy

Comments on Facebook from the sharing of the article The “Apprentice” Producer Just Admitted Trump Is One Huge Scam We Fell For

Sylvie Imelda Shene December 21 at 7:53pmI didn't fall for the scam of Donald Trump, but it's sad beyond words to have close friends that fell for it.

Anja Gustafsson I'm sorry. It must feel very sad and frustrating!

Sylvie Imelda Shene Yes, it feels very sad and frustrating that this person I have been closed friends with for the last five years, still chooses to keep his eyes closed and doesn't want to see, because is too painful to face his own personal truth and rather go on living the facade and unconsciously with his vote doesn't realize that is supporting and electing into power to the highest office of the land oppressors like the ones of my childhood and the ones at my job of nine and half years that were hoping with their lies and mind games to see me dead, in a mental hospital or jail. 

He is living proof of these words Alice Miller wrote in her book For Your Own Good: Hidden Cruelty in child-rearing and the Roosts of Violence page 42 and 43 "Just as in the symbiosis of the "diaper stage," there is no separation here of subject and object. If the child learns to view corporal punishment as "a necessary measure" against "wrongdoers," then as an adult he will attempt to protect himself from punishment by being obedient and will not hesitate to cooperate with the penal system. In a totalitarian state, which is a mirror of his upbringing, this citizen can also carry out any form of torture or persecution without having a guilty conscience. His "will" is completely identical with that of the government.

Now that we have seen how easy it is for intellectuals in a dictatorship to be corrupted, it would be a vestige of aristocratic snobbery to think that only "the uneducated masses" are susceptible to propaganda. Both Hitler and Stalin had a surprisingly large number of enthusiastic followers among intellectuals. Our capacity to resist has nothing to do with our intelligence but with the degree of access to our true self. Indeed, intelligence is capable of innumerable rationalizations when it comes to the matter of adaptation. Educators have always known this and have exploited it for their own purposes, as the following proverb suggests: "The clever person gives in, the stupid one balks." For example, we read in a work on child raising by Grünwald (1899): "I have never yet found willfulness in an intellectually advanced or exceptionally gifted child" (quoted in Rutschky). Such a child can, in later life, exhibit extraordinary acuity in criticizing the ideologies of his opponents--and in puberty even the views by his own parents-- because in these cases his intellectual powers can function without impairment. Only within a group--such as one consisting of adherents of an ideology or a theoretical school--that represents the early family situation will this person on occasion still display a naïve submissiveness and uncritical attitude that completely belie his brilliance in other situations. Here, tragically, his early dependence upon tyrannical parents is preserved, a dependence that--in keeping with the program of "poisonous pedagogy"--goes undetected. This explains why Martin Heidegger, for example, who had no trouble in breaking with traditional philosophy and leaving behind the teachers of his adolescence, was not able to see the contradictions in Hitler's ideology that should have been obvious to someone of his intelligence. He responded to this ideology with an infantile fascination and devotion that brooked no criticism.”

Shannon Heimburg Do they actually know they were scammed?

Sylvie Imelda Shene They don't want to know, even with the facts in front of them, they choose to put the blinds on and don't care who gets hurt and what happens to others, as long they can keep living in their own little bubbles and go on with their illusions as usual, that's what being conservative is! In one word Selfish.

Sally DiNovo ·No. Shannon they don't. They make excuses for everything he does and keep saying, he's not even in power yet, give him a chance. A chance to ruin our Country? Or perhaps a chance to renege on every promise he made. He's not going to "lock her up", he's not going to "drain the swamp", he's taking a closer look at climate change, he might not do anything about Obamacare. Now, the media is saying he might be more left than we thought. I certainly don't see that with those he chose for his Cabinet, but if he is then the jokes on all those who voted for him.

Sylvie Imelda Shene Yes, they come up with all kind of excuses for everything he does and says. I remember telling my friend over coffee how offended I was about Trump saying he grabs women by the pussy and his excuse was that he said that a long time ago! Like time alone, would change a narcissist/sociopath! 

The more intelligent, talented and smart a person is, the more clever and elaborated rationalizations they come up with to justify it all, Just like Alice Miller says: "Our capacity to resist has nothing to do with our intelligence but with the degree of access to our true self. Indeed, intelligence is capable of innumerable rationalizations when it comes to the matter of adaptation." Read more here

Shannon Heimburg I don't know any Republicans. I just encountered one on Facebook the other day. Now I know they're racist and sexist, so you're not going to get anywhere with that. So I asked them what they think about Rex Tillerson and his ties with oil and Russia. One guy said "I'm a soldier that hates war." I asked him what that meant. No reply. He also said something about owning guns. I said no one is trying to take your guns away. Then he said that, yes, they are trying to take away people's guns but that I had been brainwashed by the liberal media to not believe it. Uh, maybe because there's no evidence? Then he said that I had misunderstood him, because HE never said anything about buying Russian oil. What? So I girl-splained to him that I was talking about the fact that Rex Tillerson wanted to extract oil in Russia as the CEO of Exxon but that US sanctions against Russia had prevented him from doing it, and now Trump has appointed Tillerson SOS and is looking into lifting the sanctions against Russia. No response.

Shannon Heimburg If I'm going to base my judgment on this one guy, I'd say they don't know anything that's going on.

Sally DiNovo · You are right. They are all the same.



1) It’s not curable and it’s barely treatable.

He is who he is. There is no getting better, or learning, or adapting. He’s not going to “rise to the occasion” for more than maybe a couple hours. So just put that out of your mind.

2) He will say whatever feels most comfortable or good to him at any given time.

He will lie a lot, and say totally different things to different people. Stop being surprised by this. While it’s important to pretend “good faith” and remind him of promises, as Bernie Sanders and others are doing, that’s for his supporters, so *they* can see the inconsistency as it comes. He won’t care. So if you’re trying to reconcile or analyze his words, don’t. It’s 100% not worth your time. Only pay attention to and address his actions.

3) You can influence him by making him feel good

There are already people like Bannon who appear ready to use him for their own ends. The GOP is excited to try. Watch them, not him. President Obama, in his wisdom, may be treating him well in hopes of influencing him and averting the worst. If he gets enough accolades for better behavior, he might continue to try it. But don’t count on it.

4) Entitlement is a key aspect of the disorder.

As we are already seeing, he will likely not observe traditional boundaries of the office. He has already stated that rules don’t apply to him. This particular attribute has huge implications for the presidency and it will be important for everyone who can to hold him to the same standards as previous presidents.

5) We should expect that he only cares about himself and those he views as extensions of himself, like his children.

People with NPD often can’t understand others as fully human or distinct. He desires accumulation of wealth and power because it fills a hole. He will have no qualms *at all* about stealing everything he can and he’ll be happy to help others do so, if they make him feel good. He won’t view it as stealing but rather as something he’s entitled to do. This is likely the only thing he will intentionally accomplish.

6) It’s very, very confusing for non-disordered people to experience a disordered person with NPD.

While often intelligent, charismatic and charming, they do not reliably observe social conventions or demonstrate basic human empathy. It’s very common for non-disordered people to lower their own expectations and try to normalize the behavior. DO NOT DO THIS AND DO NOT ALLOW OTHERS, ESPECIALLY THE MEDIA, TO DO THIS. If you start to feel foggy or unclear about this, step away until you recalibrate.

7) People with NPD often recruit helpers, referred to in the literature as “enablers”

Called "enablers" when they allow or cover for bad behavior. “Flying monkeys” when they perpetrate bad behavior on behalf of the narcissist. Although it’s easiest to prey on malicious people, good and vulnerable people can be unwittingly recruited. It will be important to support good people around him if and when they attempt to stay clear or break away.

8) People with NPD often foster competition for sport in people they control.

Expect lots of chaos, firings and recriminations. He will probably behave worst toward those closest to him, but that doesn’t mean (obviously) that his actions won’t have consequences for the rest of us. He will punish enemies. He may start out, as he has with the NYT, with a confusing combination of punishing/rewarding, which is a classic abuse tactic for control. If you see your media cooperating or facilitating this behavior for rewards, call them on it.

9) Gaslighting  is real and torturous.

Gaslighting : where someone tries to convince you that the reality you’ve experienced isn’t true . He will gaslight, his followers will gaslight. Many of our politicians and media figures already gaslight, so it will be hard to distinguish his amplified version from what has already been normalized. Learn the signs and find ways to stay focused on what you know to be true. Note: it is typically not helpful to argue with people who are attempting to gaslight. You will only confuse yourself. Just walk away.

10) Whenever possible, do not focus on the narcissist or give him attention.

Unfortunately we can’t and shouldn’t ignore the president, but don’t circulate his tweets or laugh at him — you are enabling him and getting his word out. Pay attention to your own emotions: do you sort of enjoy his clowning? do you enjoy the outrage? is this kind of fun and dramatic, in a sick way? You are adding to his energy. Focus on what you can change and how you can resist, where you are.
"We are all called to be leaders now, in the absence of leadership."
Please read the full article and the comment here


Monday, December 19, 2016

Donald Trump Is Gaslighting America

What Donald Trump is doing to America, that's exactly what the sociopaths at my job of nine and half years did to me after I publish my book. They wanted to manipulate me to self destruct, so they could declare me mental unstable and discredit me and my book, to protect their own false images and go on with their projections, lies and illusions as usual.
"There are people who sit on the sidelines and watch someone else being whipped. They could step in and demand that it stops. They have the power to do so. What do they do? Nothing. The narcissist depends on these weak willed people. Abusing people isn't so much fun if it's only a party of two.
Not taking a stand to stop someone being hurt and bullied doesn't absolve you of guilt. On the contrary, you become an active participant, whether you consider yourself one or not. Enablers are guided by self interest. They choose not to help the victim.
This is why enablers are not innocent. They have made a choice to support abuse." Read more here
The whole America is being gaslighting! There is no hope for humanity. People that voted for Trump even if you are not an abuser per se with your vote silently you are choosing to support abuse.
"One might ask why the norms of political and presidential behavior don't hold the same kind of power to bring Trump's behavior into line, and I have a couple of possible answers for you.
Number one, is that Trump explicitly ran as someone immune to social and political norms. I could not possibly list everything he did in the primary and general election that would've immediately disqualified any other candidate.
But number two is that the Republican party in general has spent the last eight years deliberately tearing down political norms in order to gain power, and have now clearly reached the conclusion that in any choice between upholding norms and increasing their power, they choose power. How else can one understand a party that claims to be for greater national security, but is absolutely fine with Russia meddling with our election as long as it helped their candidate? How else to interpret the decision to make the debt ceiling a political football? Or to prevent, for the first time in our nation's history, a sitting president from making a Supreme Court appointment during his term? Or a party which is fighting in North Carolina to overturn every avenue for the exercise of power by the duly elected Democratic governor before he takes office? These examples are all completely unprecedented, and these are just the ones I could list off the top of my head.
And, just as in an abusive relationship, this way of using and overturning norms leaves the victim in a double-bind. In an abusive relationship, the target is stuck with the choice to either comply with the abuser or look like they are the one in the wrong and face the resulting social blowback.
In this political scenario the opposition party faces the choice of either putting up with the one-sided dissolution of norms and resulting power grab, or has the option to join the fight by ignoring and overturning established norms to exercise their own power. The double-bind here is that it is strong institutions and norms that help prevent an autocrat from consolidating power, so overturning more norms, even if it brings temporary power for an opposition party, makes the future more precarious.
I don't have any great wisdom to share here about our way forward out of that double-bind, but I will say that we should be thoughtful about adding to the process of disintegrating our social and political norms, and that I believe it is possible to defend them while not falling into Trump's trap. The first step, as with the example from the abusive relationship, is recognizing that it isn't an either/or, despite how the abuser is presenting it. Part of the abuser's manipulation is in making it seem like there are only two bad choices, and that the abuser's choice is the easier one in the moment. If you're able to break out of that framing, you can see the other options that exist." Read more here

Sunday, December 18, 2016

The Media is Like a Deer Caught in the Headlights

Obama: the media did not handle leaks properly

The media is like a deer caught in the headlights, they become blind and miss all the important stories... 

I have been trying to get the media's attention to a very important story and sometimes I wonder what will take to get the media's attention?! In this case world war III?!

Carla F. Ward: The press talked and talked and talked about those emails and nothing else. No other story would sway them from their constant, relentless, endless discussion of the goddamn emails from 4 years ago which were not illegal and did not contain classified information and in fact turned out to be a whole lot of nothing.

Meanwhile, they practically ignored Russian interference in our election processes, the unbelievable corruption and venality of Donald Trump, and any number of other truly disturbing stories which they only lightly touched upon, if at all.


Suzette Sommer: Well, now the lazy ass Hillary hating press can face the music, with a fascist GOP and a maniacal Trump who would not hesitate to pull a Benghazi style investigation into ANY of them, full on McCarthyism, and throw them to a kangaroo court.


Happy NOW that Hillary was your target vs Trump???


Oh gee whiz, what DID you DO for ratings?


Pandered to a mad man and the Tea Party.


Not smart.


How do you like having your press passes under threat?


How do you like Trump going to Sinclair and dictating how you will cover his administration?


Maybe there will be a renaissance of print media with broadcast totally fucked and publicly sold out.