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Rock-by-Rock Stonewall Dismantling
The self-serving math just continues to sum up to nothing. A big fat goose egg.
So I was given advice, and also innovated some, on how stonewalls are dismantled rock by rock, over years, while the perps do their conceal, marginalize, and withhold routine.
A critical thing about stonewalling, especially after things go public in some way, is that they keep repeating the same tactics: hiding behind a stonewall whose footprint is whatever predatory corruption scheme they’ve become forced to stick to. With time, the fact that they are the liable becomes more clear while they run the exact same plays and they fail worse every time, meaning they are literally weakening their own wall.
When it’s something like a mental health retaliation scheme, it means they’re leaving an escalating record of how full of it they are, every time, over years, if their target’s behavior is actually fine and consists mostly of trying to handle the perps’ corrupt scheming and the harm caused by it. Their self-serving math just continues to sum up to nothing. A big fat goose egg.
They keep going back to the same spot they got their initial illicit reward, and take too long to comprehend the reward has been long gone, exposing their conceit more each time. It’s related to and correlated with addict behavior. You watch people who previously had overpowering feelings of impunity and dominion turn into basic, pattern-driven automatons. They have to repeatedly falsely claim that their target is the problem, nonsensically, and instead each time it becomes more clear how up to no good they are, over years. And each time was also a denied opportunity for them to behave differently, just like addicts.
What happens with the benefit of time, is that the stonewallers’ statements, or lack thereof, and covert actions during that extended process, start to compound and break down the wall from their side. The process is highly dependent on the degree of scrutiny their reactionary moves bring on themselves. This is a chronic stonewaller cyclical mistake: the actions associated with stonewalling, like withholding and concealment etc, can bring a type of scrutiny on them that they had hoped to keep focused on their target. Stonewallers in particular are completely reliant on illicit opacity; time has a natural tendency to make things more transparent.
So when you hear adult children internet sleuths assail things like the federal investigatory pace on social media, and whine about why “nothing has been done,” unfollow them, block them, or tell them you have to go to the bathroom. They are literally bad influences. This kind of immature, bratty whining has been the major pull of entire media networks for years, and in 2022 many were finally forced to change their tune, as enough people were hip enough to start to bore of it and even become disgusted. The revenue stream associated with the constant noise of the immature and bratty has been drying up quickly, and it’s the kind of drought that’s good.
One rarely discussed issue for the maturity challenged and sloppy—but aggressive—is that they tend to require unachievable standards of certainty for their unrealistic goals, or generalized anxiety can overpower them. They may even pay people to analyze that incorrectly, sometimes leading to off-label prescribed benzodiazapene addictions well past the guidelines. In contrast, the matured are constantly operating by accounting for probabilities, not certainties, so are not plagued by the same anxieties. These are completely different modes of operation, they are in conflict with each other by nature, and the ruins of failed physical stonewalls are part of our global archeological heritage. The social ones just collapse in a cloud of dubiousness.
There’s also guidance on behavioral indicators—that must not be ignored or glossed over—that show high odds of covert, illicit & collusive retaliatory activity behind the stonewall. You typically keep quiet about them until needed timeline and goal checkpoints are met. Stonewalling is highly dependent on attempted control of the timeline, but also is very limited in temporal flexibility & power. It’s just a frigging thick, dumb wall, the bare-bones basis of ancient and pre-industrial territory warfare. It’s, uh, crusty, and the vulnerabilities are well known, but it can be effective against small numbers, the under-resourced, and ignorance.
Frankly, it’s why stonewalling kind of sucks as a strategy in many situations, even though it has real weight and power, if the targets have any clue. Over time, the stonewallers end up hoping the targets will self-destruct from the pressures and quietly obscene immorality they’re subjected to, or do their best to create the impression of that.
Typically, the audience for speech on this kind of subject is small, the speakers available aren’t much interested in publicity, and are either able to bill large sums for it or do it in a law enforcement capacity, often while under heavy legal restriction on what they can say. However, when a predatory mental health socioeconomic scheme is underway, the benefit of public speech on the subject for the target is pretty obvious.
I’ve spent years not answering the question of what I do for a living, which is “run a corruption eradication operation [CEO] effecting dozens,” and now it’s finally in my interest to do so. It’s literally what I need to do to live because of an abhorrent healthcare and employment scheme that went so well past the norms, no one is quite sure what to do. Precedent setting and a case study, as I suggested might be possible to a corrupt doctor in 2019, which they scoffed at and made a flimsy retaliatory diagnosis about in service to the long running scheme.
This kind of thing doesn’t exactly bring the recruiters around begging, but people can get forced into these roles. And networks go from predatory and stigmatizing towards them to scared witless of them, which kind of makes sense, but only if you’re scammy and full of it or in on it. No matter what kind of ill-advised strategy the perps try next, it’s sourced to the same tired and failed components, being flogged into utter meaninglessness.
Once that fails completely, the perps have to default to standard strategies like American Identity Warfare, which are all in deep, deep trouble, well past their prime, and descending into total incoherence. When the perps are left with that kind of crap as their options, you’re no longer up against stonewalling: you’re up against the status quo hack retaliatory stuff everyone else is too.
Something completely different seems to have gone on here
Question: if predators exploit vulnerabilities in order to legally disable someone, and fighting them eventually causes the vulnerabilities to disappear completely, were you just dealing with a massive security breach the whole time?
In my case, it sure looks like it now. How could a “permanent” disability not only disappear, but then lead to considerably more resilience, robustness, and actual security while under demonstrable duress? And even exceptional health, where someone remains productive even through catching an actual ailment like COVID? While facing the real threat of eviction due to the fallout of their fighting back? That’s what you just witnessed if you were here and watching.
It really doesn’t make a lick of sense, and we seem to have an example of having intentional predatory harm of the highest order being overcome and transfigured into improvement and advancement. I’m not sure the definition of permanent legal disability accounts for such possibilities. It’s as if someone in a wheelchair got up and took out all the people who had put them there and were keeping them in it, gentle John Wick style. Something completely different seems to have gone on here. ▪️
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