Sunday, April 30, 2017

They do Have Blood on their Hands

Hi E,

Yes, L is real and fun! I enjoyed talking with her. She is an ex Mormon! I'm happy for her that she broke free from the cult she was born into. 

You know my ex-boss that killed himself on my birthday last year was a Mormon too! 

I was the target of the sociopaths in Sxxxxxxxr because was me they were hoping to mess up and make me lose my mind to self-destruct, but was my ex-boss that lost his mind -- it's not a coincidence that exactly a year later of their plot to destroy me, he kills himself. 

When a mob of sociopaths got together to conspire, plan the destruction of a person -- with so much evil energy together -- it's like a cyclone and always someone gets hurt or dies! He was collateral damage. Religion had messed him up really bad, just like I give the example of Justin in my book that when he did some thing wrong by teachings of his religion, like drinking a beer with friends -- then he would think that he was going to hell --  so might as well go out and be really bad and this what happened to my boss, because he went along with the sociopaths in Sxxxxxxxr and Sxxxxxxxs in the plot against me that he thought NOW was going to hell and might as well go out and be really bad, like robbing banks. The only reason I survived was that I was in the eye of the storm -- thanks to my own therapy with Alice Miller's books as my enlightened witness --- now I see clear and when I'm caught in a storm, I can ride in the eye of the storm. Free at last!

The sociopaths in Sxxxxxxxr do have blood on their hands...  It's very ironic that these sociopaths hiding behind religion and god were so sure they could get me to self-destruct and then -- I am certain -- they all would go on TV saying I was a person without god and give my life as an example how a person can't live without god to scare the masses and manipulate them to join their cults, but I proved to them the opposite was true, because the religious person with god was the one to self-destruct. Just like I wrote in my book page 137: "Everything we become as an adult is connected to our childhood: Our experiences are a chain of events that bring us to the present moment, for better or worse. A criminal is never guilty just by himself. If society at large could ever find the courage to learn from the chain of events that occurred in each criminal’s life from day one, we could prevent many future crimes and a lot of unnecessary suffering." The sociopath, the property manager, her accomplices, and enablers didn't go out robbing banks and didn't pull the trigger to kill my ex-boss, but are just as guilty and they all have blood on their hands.  

If it was me losing my mind, they all be talking about it, but because was one of them to lose their mind. Now everyone is silent and try to cover up his crime and all them being accomplices. The media refuse to give me a voice because I expose everyone's lies, illusions and the big lie that religion is.We don't need religion. What we need is more people to break free and stand on their own two feet without crutches.

Yesterday when I told L that my ex-boss was a Mormon and he had killed himself in a police standoff after robbing a bank in Chandler,  on my birthday! She was shocked and confirmed what I thought that when a Mormon goes bad it goes really bad, just like she said: "Mormon is all or nothing" because if they are going to hell might as well go all out! Just like Justin when he went back to the church, he would be all goody-goody, but if he was out with friends and slip and had a beer then would think was going to hell and they might as well go all the way and get really fxxxed up!! 

These words from the book  Stripping the gurus by Geoffrey D. Falk are so true: “…. For, that in no way offsets the blind belief inherent in the claimed necessity of keeping the guru-disciple vow, where the punishment for breaking that vow is to be cast into Vajra hell or the like. East or West, southern U.S. or northern India/Tibet, agrarian or postindustrial, all makes absolutely no difference. Rather, the fear of long-term punishment will produce exactly the same rigid reactions, and inability to walk away from toxic situations, in the East as in the West.  The universal nature of known psychological structures and dynamics throughout the human species guarantees this.

When [alleged] cult leaders tell the public. Members are free to leave any time they want; the door is open,” they give the impression that members have free will and simply choosing to stay. Actually, members may not have a real choice, because they have been indoctrinated to have a phobia of the outside world. Induced phobias eliminate the psychological possibility of a person choosing to leave the group merely because he is unhappy or wants to do something else (Hassan,1990) That is, individuals in so-called cults who have been taught that bad things will happen to them should they leave will be no more “free” to exit those environments than someone who is petrified of water would be “free” to go swimming.”


Talk more soon,

Sylvie

Also, read my blog Experienced Knowledge

48 hours Story on the Cult Family

Good Morning M,

I stayed up late last night watching the 48 hour story on the cult family 

I was not surprised to find out at the end that the cult leader still alive in her mid-nineties and some of the children she abused fell ill and died young. 

It gave evidence that people with deep-seated unresolved repressed traumas can avoid getting sick and live a long life if their have an endless available supply of scapegoats at their disposal to use to alleviate their own repression. And was very interesting to see how some of the children she destroyed got sick and died young. No wonder the cult leader in the interviews she gave, she kept proclaiming to love children, of course, she loves children, they make the perfect scapegoats she desperately needed to live off to alleviate her own repression.  
Most abusers proclaim to love children...

Just like I wrote in my blog of Friday, May 13, 2016 Secrets to a Long Life 
Maybe one of the secrets to live a long life is to be disconnected for one’s own truth and feelings, but it’s done at the expensive of others and the next generations. When I was a kid I used to say to myself: the pain stops with me and I was willing to die than passing it into an innocent being. I much prefer resolving my own childhood repression to have a chance of living a long life than living a long life at the expense of others. These words by Alice Miller also come to mind: “".Am I saying that forgiveness for crimes done to a child is not only ineffective but actively harmful? Yes, that is precisely what I am saying. The body does not understand moral precepts. It fights against the denial of genuine emotions and for the admission of the truth to our conscious minds. This is something the child cannot afford to do, it has to deceive itself and turn a blind eye to the parents’ crimes in order to survive. Adults no longer need to do this, but if they do, the price they pay is high. Either they ruin their own health or they make others pay the price – their children, their patients, the people who work for them, etc." 

The media only pays attention to the very extreme cases of child abuse, like this one, but ignore the plight of almost every child in our society that is subjected to ordinary abuse every day under the disguise of “upbringing” and “discipline”. For the media to recognize this ordinary abuse and stop child abuse before escalates to an extreme, like this case, they would have to face their own childhood repression and question their own parents. And that’s the last thing they want to do. The repressed fears of the child they once were at their parents can stay with a person for the rest of their lives. This is why it’s so hard to demolish the #media’s wall of silence.  And this is why your neighbor is intimidated by me and sent me that BS letter, he is driven by the repressed fears of the child he once was at his parents to close the eyes to this very important story that could be life-saving for many people. Just like Alice Miller wrote: … Rather than take the risk, they prefer to forgo information that might be of life-death importance for coming generations."

These words in Alice Miller's article Gurus and Cults Leaders How They Function
 are so true: "The thing that concerns me most about cult groups is the unconscious manipulations that I have described in detail in my work. It is the way in which the repressed and unreflected childhood biographies of parents and therapists influence the lives of children and patients entrusted to their care without anyone involved actually realizing it. At first glance, it may seem as if what goes on in cults and cult-like therapy groups takes place on a different level from the unconscious manipulation of children by their parents. We assume that in the former instance we are in the presence of an intentional, carefully planned and organized form of manipulation aimed at exploiting the specific predicament of individuals. 

In my view, however, this allegedly conscious exploitation can also be traced back to unconscious motives. Terrible as the consequences were, I do not believe, for example, that the two initiators of “feeling therapy,” discussed earlier, actually set out to establish a totalitarian regime. It was the power they gained over their adherents that made them into gurus. And this is what I have in mind when I refer to the unconscious aspects of manipulation. In the end, they themselves become the victims of a process with an inexorable logic of its own, a process they were unaware of because they had never given it any thought.

Thus they sparked off a conflagration they were unable to control, much less extinguish. First, they had learned how to reduce people to the emotional state of the helpless child. Once they had achieved that, they also learned how to use unconscious regression to exercise total control over their victims.  From then on, what they did seemed to come automatically, in accordance, with the child-rearing patterns instilled into them in their own childhood."
Watching this story also gave evidence that formal education alone doesn't save people from falling victims of a cult. Education alone is just another illusion. Resolving childhood repression is the only long-term solution for people to stop following blindly political leaders and cult leaders. 

Also Just like Alice Miller wrote in her book For Your Own Good: hidden cruelty in child-rearing and the roots 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 believe 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.”  

Also this quote by Alice Miller comes to mind: “Statistical studies are hardly the thing to make disinterested jurists into empathetic and perceptive human beings. And yet every crime, by virtue of being an enactment of childhood drama, cries out for understanding. The newspapers carry these stories every day, but unfortunately usually report only the last act. Can knowledge of the underlying causes of a crime bring about a change in the way justice is administered? Not as long as the primary concerns are to assign guilt and impose punishment. But someday it may be possible to gain an understanding for the fact that emerges so clearly in the case Jurgen Bartsch: the accused never bears all the guilt by himself but is a victim of tragic chain of circumstances. Even so, a prison sentence is unavoidable if society is to be protected. But there is a difference between prison being used to punish a dangerous criminal according to the principles of “poisonous pedagogy” and human tragedy being perceived, therapy during confinement. ” Alice Miller “For Your Own Good” page 199 and 200

Also, read the blog about Wayne Walter Dyer Sadly the World is Full of Charlatans that Keep us Distracted and Numb

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Touched by Auschwitz

Hi M,

Thank you for bringing to my attention the movie Touched by Auschwitz.

Today is Sunday and work is not very busy, so I have been looking online for the movie Touched by Auschwitz, but I can't find it online.  I might reopen my account with Netflix so I can watch it. I have been reading many reviews about the movie. Me too like Dr. Tadeusz Smreczymski, I believe in kindness, but for adults to stop reenacting these atrocities, they have to face their own childhood repression and treat children with kindness to prevent atrocities like the Holocaust from being repeated in the future. 

This excerpt from  Alice Miller's book For Your Own Good: Hidden cruelty in child-rearing and the roots of violence come to mind: "INMATES OF A CONCENTRATION CAMP  No one seriously doubts that inmates of a concentration camp underwent terrible suffering.  But when we hear about the physical abuse of children, we react with astonishing equanimity.  Depending on our ideology, we say, “That’s quite normal,” or “children have to be disciplined after all” or “That was the custom in those days,” or “Someone who won’t listen has to be made to feel it,” An elderly gentleman I once met at a party told me with amusement that when he was a little boy his mother had swung him back and forth over a fire she had lighted especially for the purpose of drying his pants and breaking him of the habit of wetting them.  “My mother was the most wonderful person you’d ever want to meet, but that’s the way things were done in our family in those days,” he said.  Such lack of empathy for the suffering of one’s own childhood can result in an astonishing lack of sensitivity to other children’s suffering.  When what was done to me was done for my own good, then I am expected to accept this treatment as an essential part of life and not question it.

This kind of insensitivity thus has its roots in the abuse a person suffered as a child. He or she may be able to remember what happened, but in most cases, the emotional content of the whole experience of being beaten and humiliated has been completely repressed.

This is where the difference lies between treating an adult and a child cruelty.  The self-has not yet sufficiently developed for a child to retain the memory of it or of the feelings it arouses.  The knowledge that you were beaten and that this, as your parents tell you, was for your own good may well be retained (although not always), but the suffering caused by the way you were mistreated will remain unconscious and will later prevent you from empathizing with others.  This is why battered children grow up to be mothers and fathers who beat their own offspring; from their ranks are recruited the most reliable executioners, concentration-camp supervisors, prison guards, and torturers.  They beat, mistreat, and torture out of an inner compulsion to repeat their own history, and they are able to do this without the slightest feeling of sympathy for their victims because they have identified totally with the aggressive side of their psyche.  These people were beaten and humiliated themselves at such an early age that it was never possible for them to experience consciously the helpless, battered child they once were, In order to do this, they would have needed the aid of an understanding, supportive adult, and no such person was available.  Only under these circumstances would children be able to see themselves as they are at that moment---namely, as weak, helpless, downtrodden, and battered---and thus be able to integrate this part into the self.

Theoretically, a child beaten by his father could afterward cry his heart out in the arms of a kind aunt and tell her what happened; she would not try to minimize the child’s pain or justify the father’s actions but would give the whole experience its due weight.  But such good fortune is rare.  The wife of a child-beating fathers shares his attitude toward childrearing or is herself his victim---in either case, she is rarely the child’s advocate.  Such an “aunt” is, therefore, a great exception, because the battered child is very unlikely to have the inner freedom to seek her out and make use of her.  A child is more likely to opt for a terrible inner isolation and splitting off of his feelings than he is to “tattle” to outsiders about his father or mother.  Therapists know how long it sometimes takes before a child’s resentments, which has been repressed for thirty or forty or even fifty years, can be articulated and relived.

Thus, it may well be that the plight of a little child who is abused is even worse and has more serious consequences for society than the plight of an adult in a concentration camp.  The former camp inmate may sometimes find himself in situation where he feels that he can never adequately communicate the horror of what he has gone through and that others approach him without understanding, with cold and callous indifference, even with disbelief,* but with few exceptions he himself will not doubt the tragic nature of his experiences.  He will never attempt to convince himself that the cruelty he was subjected to was for his own good or interpret the absurdity of the camp as a necessary pedagogical measure; he will usually not attempt to empathize with the motives of his persecutors.  He will find people who have had similar experiences and share with them his feelings of outrage, hatred, and despair over the cruelty he has suffered.

The abused child does not have any of these options.  As I have tried to show in the example of Christiane F., she is alone with her suffering, not only within the family but also within her self.  And because she cannot share her pain with anyone, she is also unable to create a place in her own soul where she could “cry her heart out.”  No arms of a “kind aunt” exist there; “Keep a stiff upper lip and be brave” is the watchword.  Defenselessness and helplessness find no haven in the self of the child, who later, identifying with the aggressor, persecutes these qualities wherever they appear.

A person who from the beginning was forced, whether subjected to corporal punishment or not, to stifle, i.e., to condemn, split off, and persecute, the vital child within himself will spend his whole life preventing this inner danger that he associates with spontaneous feelings from recurring.  But psychological forces are so tenacious that they can rarely be thoroughly suppressed.  They are constantly seeking outlets that will enable them to survive, often in very distorted forms that are not without danger to society.  For example, one person suffering from grandiosity will project his own childish qualities onto the external world, whereas another will struggle against the “evil” within himself.  “Poisonous pedagogy” shows how these two mechanisms are related to each other and how they are combined in a traditional religious upbringing.

In addition to the degree of maturity and those elements of loyalty and of isolation involved in the case of a child, there is another fundamental difference between abuse of children and of adults.  The abused inmates of concentration camp cannot of course offer any resistance, cannot defend themselves against humiliation, but they are inwardly free to hate their persecutors.  The opportunity to experience their feelings, even to share them with other inmates, prevents them from having to surrender their self.  This opportunity does not exist for children.  They must not hate their father---this, the message of the Fourth Commandment, has been drummed into them from childhood; they cannot hate him either if they must fear losing his love as a result; finally, they do not even want to hate him, because they love him.  Thus, children, unlike concentration-camp inmates, are confronted by a tormentor they love, not one they hate, and this tragic complication will have a devastating influence on their entire subsequent life.

*William G. Niederland’s book Folgen der verfolgung (The results of Persecution) (1980) presents a penetrating analysis of the uncomprehending reception given former inmates as reflected in psychiatric diagnoses."

Bill O'Reilly wasn't fired because of what he did — he was fired because it got out

Bill O'Reilly wasn't fired because of what he did — he was fired because it got out

Neil Macdonald makes a good point in the article in the link above. Yes, Bill O'Reilly perverse behavior was enabled for many years and now is let go, not because of his perverse behavior, but because it got out. 

What about the millions of women like me, that don’t have the dollars to fight these toxic people in the workplace, like Bill O’Reily and our livelihoods are destroyed by these toxic people.

OPINION Bill O'Reilly wasn't fired because of what he did — he was fired because it got out. Until this week, he was a rich, powerful creep. Now, he's an unemployed creep, but even richer; as Fox News fired him, it cut him a cheque for $25 million – about a year's salary.
I've never understood why conservatives are willing to pay such staggering amounts to listen to the likes of O'Reilly. He and his peers in the right-wing radio and TV cauldron all use the same tiresome tactics: berating, interrupting, yelling, insulting and yes, lying (even as, with no evident irony, O'Reilly talks about "elevating the discourse")."


Just like the perverse Dr. Julio Machado Vaz in Portugal that I have been trying to tell my story since the year 2000 and I can't get anyone in the #PortugueseMedia to listen.

Will more Women in Portugal Find the Courage to Report Dr. Julio Machado Vaz Sexual Abuse?
What happened to these women in Spain with Dr. Javier Criado, it’s also what happened to me when I was a teenager with the prestigious Dr. Julio Machado Vaz in Portugal! I am sure they are women in the thousands in Portugal, that happened the same thing with them, but Portugal is so much more secretive and protects people in power that women are so much more afraid to come out, that is going to take a lot, for other victims to come out to report his sexual abuse and tell their stories. These women and the whole country have been so brainwashed by Dr. Julio Machado Vaz that probably, they don't even recognize that what happened to them was sexual abuse. It took me over two decades to recognize it as such!

Saturday, April 8, 2017

The Silence from the Media is Deafening

this is the clearest explanation of our current human civilization.

3-23-17
Mr. R.,
How are you?
I hope you, Mrs. R. and A. are doing well.
I’m sorry to bother you, but I thought you might be interested in my story now that part of it is in the public record. I filed a lawsuit against my former employer, Securitas, for discrimination and emotional harassment after I published my book.
You can see details about the court proceedings in the link below: https://www.pacermonitor.com/public/case/20679413/Shene_v_Securitas_Security_Services_USA_et_al
It’s kind of interesting how this all came about. Your neighbor at C., M. P., hired me to watch his home when he’s away on business, and we’ve actually become great friends. He couldn’t believe what happened to me at S, and he encouraged me to file a complaint of wrongful termination with the EEOC. Unfortunately, by the time I contacted them I had already missed their deadline, but they issued me a letter of my rights to sue and told me that I had 90 days to file the lawsuit. I don’t know how it will end, but I hope it will help raise awareness about emotional harassment in the workplace, especially towards women.
M. has also become a huge fan of my book and has great respect for its truthfulness, authenticity, and honesty. These are the things I value most in life, and I know that my book is a valuable contribution to anyone else who wants to see things more clearly.
I heard journalist Christiane Amanpour give a speech recently and these words really resonated with me: “I believe in being truthful, not neutral. And I believe we must stop banalizing the truth.”
This is why I’m so eager to get my story out. The people at Securitas and at S. wanted to destroy me, because they couldn’t handle the truth. As it turns out, my ex-boss, K. W., killed himself in a standoff with the Police over a bank robbery in Chandler. You can learn more about this incident by following the links below:
The last time we spoke, you mentioned that my book spooks people. I believe that it only spooks people who are living a lie and are threatened by the truth, and that makes it all the more important to get my story out there.
My book is slowly finding an audience, which includes friends like M. P. and Mrs. W., who also lives in C., as well as strangers across the country and around the world who contact me on a regular basis and write great reviews on my Amazon page.
I hope you can help me share my story with the general public. Not because it’s my book or my story, but because it’s urgent for society to understand the damaging effects of childhood repression and how it turns people into sociopaths who do everything from intimidate women in the workplace to use the political system to prop themselves up and keep others down. Alice Miller knew what she was talking about when she recognized the damage parents can do to their children, and the world is in dire need for a conversation about what we can do to stop the madness.
Maybe you can help start this conversation by creating a little segment on the evening news, or on a morning show, that highlights these concepts in light of current events and explains how people must work through their repression if they want to free themselves from lies and illusions.
I’d love to discuss this with you in more detail if you’d like to meet for coffee one day soon.
Thank you for your attention,
Sylvie Shene
Hi E,
Thank you for editing for me the letter to the local news producer.
I have not heard, yet from M. R.. The silence from the media is deafening, they are so afraid of the truth of connected stories and are all about protecting the status quo.
Yes, people can be very weird, especially in the media. These words by Alice Miller are so true: “… Rather than take the risk, they prefer to forgo information that might be of life-death importance for coming generations. So in order not to have to call their own parents into question for a single moment, they cling to outdated, destructive opinions. …Clearly, the prospect of confronting one’s own personal history, in this case, is an alarming experience. And, as always, the fear of facts is stilled by a fascination with intellectual terms and abstractions aimed at concealing and masking the truth—the truth of facts that appear so threatening… At every attempt to share the new discoveries I made with the public, I ran up against the most determined resistance on the part of the media. It is true I can go on publishing these discoveries in my books because my publishers are already aware of the growing interest in this topic. But there are other people who have important things to say, and they are dependent on the press. They and their readers rely on essential information not being torpedoed. All too often, however, the media buttress the wall of silence against which all those who have begun to confront their own childhood rebound.”
I have to figure out a way of how to break through the media’s very thick wall of silence. It seems the media only pays attention when there is violence and spilled blood, in our society most people feed on violence and are like vultures looking for dead bodies, especially those in the media. The media only pays attention to violence for pure sensationalism and ratings. It seems violence is the only language they understand and pay attention to, so it going to be hard to penetrate through the media’s wall of silence.
Also read the Open Letter to the Media of June 27, 2015

If you like to read more about my experience with a mob of sociopaths also read my blog post Experienced Knowledge 

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

A sociopath will attempt to drain you of everything

I can testify to that! After I published my book the sociopaths at my job of nine and half years saw me as a threat and they gathered all their forces at their command to try to destroy me; they were too emotionally blind to see that once a person is truly free, cannot be trapped again! And coming after me, they just exposed themselves, what they feared the most! "A sociopath will attempt to drain you of everything you have including your money, emotional well being, power, reputation, and status. If they see you as a threat to their deceitful lifestyle, they will come after you. They would want to see you become completely desolate. They might try to get your fired from your job and begin to bad mouth you to friends. Take any possible preemptive measures." Read more here  


If you like to read more about my experience with a mob of sociopaths also read my blog post Experienced Knowledge