LISA RENEE: “Power Mongers”

“Power Mongers are the polar opposite of real leadership. This type of person uses coercion as a basic tool to get what they want. A power monger uses deception to gain power, not trusting they will get what they want from others. A power monger doesn’t recognize God-given rights, but only the privileges that he or she decides to grant, usually to those most likely to return political favors (money, votes, support). A power monger sees themselves as elite and superior over the other lower beings, as opposed to seeing themselves among fellow citizens as a benevolent leader would. A power monger doesn’t avoid chaos, but rather purposefully creates chaos as an opportunity to cause more people to succumb to the desire for protection and a false sense of security, which they will offer. A power monger is selfish or Service to Self, doing good for others only if it will increase their personal power and status.

~Lisa Renee

 

Power Mongers are the polar opposite of real leadership. This type of person uses coercion as a basic tool to get what they want. A power monger uses deception to gain power, not trusting they will get what they want from others. A power monger doesn’t recognize God-given rights, but only the privileges that he or she decides to grant, usually to those most likely to return political favors (money, votes, support). A power monger can coerce at any level from family relationships to international connections, but those with an appetite for power generally seek it over a larger and larger circle of underlings.

A power monger sees themselves as elite and superior over the other lower beings, as opposed to seeing themselves among fellow citizens as a benevolent leader would. A power monger doesn’t avoid chaos, but rather purposefully creates chaos as an opportunity to cause more people to succumb to the desire for protection and a false sense of security, which they will offer. A power monger is selfish or Service to Self, doing good for others only if it will increase their personal power and status.

Predatorial in Nature

Many awakened Starseeds and Indigos are not inherently manipulators, deceivers or Power Mongers, as they have come from more advanced civilizations. As a result our group tends to be even more naïve to the hidden motivations, deceit and complex psycho-emotional manipulation tactics that are used on the earth to maintain power. When we do not understand the scheming motivations and deliberate Divide and Conquer Tactics that are behind psychopathic behavior, we can be blindsided by the negative forces that are generated in deceptive and secretive agendas. There are dark forces in the world that take advantage of our emotional weaknesses and lack of knowledge in order to harvest negative emotional energy and further enslave human consciousness.

Consequently, in order to perceive the harmful motivations behind the extensively pre-planned line of attack and schemes that are used by those who are predatorial in nature, we must study Divide and Conquer strategies.

On planet earth we have humans and nonhumans that are predatorial by nature and seek to completely dominate, enslave and even kill other people they believe to be weaker than themselves. Many of these predatorial people are Power Mongers that may call themselves leaders, but they are really the polar opposite. The definition of a leader is to be of service to the collective group, to something larger than self interest. Power Mongers use extensive manipulation and Psychological Warfare strategies to get what they want from others. They use coercion and intimidation as basic tools to syphon energy and resources.

The more famous a person’s images, the more initial’s behind their name, or the more wealth they have, somehow that person is considered credible and influential as if what they say matters. This is followed by the masses, many times without merit. By portraying dominating, narcissistic or superficially charismatic personalities as desirable traits that have access to powerful authority, expertise and wealth, these types of people are assumed to be instantly credible no matter what their true character or their real actions behind the scenes. CEO’s, salespeople, tyrants, religious leaders, scientists as well as celebrities are aware that Credibility is measured only by how other people perceive them, and what organizations they are associated with that are also believed to be credible, and that it does not actually matter what is accurate or true. If they are perceived to be credible but regularly engage in unethical actions without consequences, there is no incentive to build real credibility or merit. This is a cause for the meteoric rise in Workplace Psychopaths being promoted to manage the Inverted Systems of control. Credibility through demonstrated actions doesn’t matter in the workplace and in governments it is only the marketed perception of credibility that actually matters.

Therefore power hungry people are more duplicitous to gain favor with others through False Impressions and charisma, seeking to increase their credibility through emotional manipulation, rather than upon personal merit and actual trustworthiness. Charismatic People tend to use charm and seduction to superficially manipulate others to satisfy their selfish agendas, which characterizes a deceptive person. This kind of person will act as if something is true even when it’s not true, in order to get others to believe their deception so that they get what they want. Most people do not want to believe that a charismatic and likable person is lying directly to their face, so the manipulator actually acts as if it were true, so others will assume their deception is actually the truth. Obviously it’s not true, just because they act as if it were. This is the delusional behavior of Sociopaths. [1]

 

References:

  1. Divide and Conquer Tactics

See Also:

Basic Principles of Psychological Warfare

Divide and Conquer Tactics

 

~via Ascension Glossary

PAUL ROMANO: “What Kind Of Person Is William ‘Master’ Gates On The Inside?”

 

Comments from the video thread:

 

 

“His eyes, his voice, his energy just creeps me out! Especially recently, he keeps smirking, duper’s delight, while talking about death… and laughing manically. I don’t know what that is, but it’s not human.

 

 

“He uses his hands alot when he talks and in a strange way, too. He doesn’t even seem very intelligent when he speaks either. He also looks very sloppy most of the time too. Just not very put together for a billionaire. Is this really the best they could come up with?”

 

 

“I see the same things! His hand gestures are really unsettling. And the way he talks with dumbed down, repetitive words… he would give Trump a run for his money… bigly.”

 

 

“Why does a billionaire have a 12 dollar haircut?”

 

 

~via PocketsOfTheFuture

 

REMINDER FOR THE DAY ~ “It’s A Big Club… And You Ain’t In It!” …Or ARE You?


 

 

 

THE NARCISSISTIC CHILD ~ Tom Leonard on “Think the President’s a Bully Now? You Shoulda Seen Him as a Boy!”

A pint-sized bully who loved to pull girls’ hair and once lobbed rocks at a toddler in his playpen. A loud-mouthed classroom know-all who could never admit he was wrong and boasted of giving the music teacher a black eye. And a sporting show-off who yearned to hear the crowd’s applause…  but who would smash his baseball bat in fury if he didn’t win.

Arrogant, over-bearing, thin-skinned, determined, and not exactly great with the ladies — does this portrait of a child growing up in Fifties surburban New York sound like a certain grown-up (well, sort of grown-up) currently strutting the world stage?

It was Aristotle who said “Give me the child until he’s seven and I will show you the man”, and Donald Trump, now 73, would certainly agree. The 45th U.S. President insists he’s much the same character now as he was when he was in junior school.

According to Trump Revealed, a new biography compiled by Washington Post journalists who spoke to dozens of people who knew Trump as a child, he’s not wrong. The psychological resemblance is uncanny, and not a little disconcerting.

Born in June 1946, Trump was the fourth of five children to Fred Trump, a ruthless Queens builder and property developer, and his Scottish-born wife, Mary, an immigrant who had fled poverty on the Isle of Lewis and met Fred at a dance in New York. Trump Sr was a dour, authoritarian patriarch who dressed in a jacket and tie even at home.

They were the envy of their neighbours with a chauffeur, cook, colour television, intercom system and two Cadillacs with consecutive personalised number plates (virtually nobody had one back then but, of course, the showy Trumps had two).

Donald — with his ten-speed Italian racing bike and a huge, elaborate model train set — made the local children green with envy.

He clearly left an impression on his neighbours, classmates and teachers because so many could remember at least one chilling anecdote about him 60 years later.

When a ball bounced into their garden, he threatened to tell his father and the police about those responsible.

Dennis Burnham, who lived next door, was a toddler when his mother briefly put him in a playpen in their garden. She returned a few minutes later to find the current U.S. president, then aged five or six, standing at his fence throwing rocks at the little boy.

His mother warned Dennis to “stay away from the Trumps” as they didn’t want him “beaten up” by the family bully.

Another local child, Steven Nachtigall, now a 66-year-old doctor, said he never forgot Trump, a “loudmouth bully”,  once jumping off his bike and pummelling another boy.

The disturbing image remained in his brain decades later, he said, because “it was so unusual and terrifying at that age”.

The 45th U.S. President insists he’s much the same character now as he was when he was in junior school

Young Donald — whose nicknames at school included Donny, The Trumpet and Flat Top (for the blond pompadour hairstyle he had even as a child) — picked mercilessly on his own little brother, Robert, a quiet and sensitive child.

The future property tycoon later liked to boast how he once stole Robert’s building blocks and, so pleased with what he built, glued them together so his brother could never use them again.

With his siblings, Donald went to a smart private primary school called Kew-Fores, where he quickly became notorious for being unruly, going around with a gang of boys who pulled girls’ hair and talked during class.

“He would sit with his arms folded with this look on his face — I used the word surly — almost daring you to say one thing or another that wouldn’t settle with him,” recalled former teacher Ann Trees.

It’s an image that anyone who saw one of the 2016 Republican presidential debates can easily imagine.

Ditto, a former classmate, recalled a boy who would never admit he was wrong, no matter how trivial the subject. “He had a reputation for saying anything that came into his head,” he added.

Trump spent so much time in detention that the punishment was nicknamed “DT” in his honour.

When he was seven, he yanked classmate Sharon Mazzarella’s pigtails. She chased him downstairs and smashed him over the head with her metal lunchbox.

Trump admits he was a troublemaker at primary school. “I liked to stir things up and I liked to test people,” he said years later. “It wasn’t malicious so much as it was aggressive.” Trump bragged for a long time that, aged eight, he almost got expelled for giving his music teacher a black eye “because I didn’t think he knew anything about music”. 

However, it later emerged he had exaggerated. The teacher, Charles Walker, remembered Trump as supremely attention-seeking. Told on his deathbed that Trump was running for president, he reportedly remarked that even at ten, Donny had been a “little sh*t”.

“When I look at myself in first grade and I look at myself now, I’m basically the same,” Trump told a biographer.

“The temperament is not that different.”

From most other adults, such an observation would sound endearing. Now, as he stands with his finger on the nuclear trigger, as President of the United States, it’s more than a little terrifying.

 

Related article:

Trumpty Dumpty

 

~via Daily Mail

CHRIS THURMAN: “There’s a Sociopath in the White House”

“It is disconcerting that anyone in the country is still arguing about whether or not Trump is a misogynist, racist, xenophobe, or narcissist. He is. Actions speak louder than words, and the many things Trump has said and done throughout his life speak to these defects being true. If anything disturbs Trump’s sleep, it is the threat that sooner or later the investigative reporters he calls ‘fake news’ and government leaders and legal authorities he says are on a ‘witch hunt’ will expose his worst wrongdoings and he will finally have to pay for them. Trump is terrified by the possibility of his darkest deeds coming to light and costing him his presidency and possibly sending him to prison. Every president does wrong things. All human beings do. That’s not the issue. The issue is whether or not a president has a conscience. If they do, they will admit when they act badly, take full responsibility, experience guilt and remorse, and turn from their misdeeds. If they don’t, they’ll refuse to admit they have done anything wrong, blame others for their actions, have no empathy or compassion toward those they hurt, and continue in their wrongdoings. Trump has spent his life in the latter category, surrounding himself with people who are unhealthy enough to support him every step of the way. There’s a sociopath in the White House. If some of us don’t think so and want to keep supporting Trump, I would suggest there are none so blind as they who will not see.”

~Chris Thurman

 

Every time I watch a Donald J. Trump rally, I find myself not listening to the president but looking at the people behind him who cheer his every word. The troubling thought that goes through my mind is “There are none so blind as they who will not see.”

Many of Trump’s supporters seem oblivious to the truly dangerous mental and moral defects in our current president. I don’t say that as a hit job or attack given that I am a staunch conservative by political orientation. I say that because I believe it to be objectively true about Trump and that things are only going to get worse under his leadership.

It is heartbreaking to see the signs Trump supporters hold up at his rallies. I see women holding up “Women for Trump” signs when he is a known sexual predator and serial adulterer. I see African-Americans holding up “Blacks for Trump” signs when he is a known racist and white supremacist. I see former military servicemen and women holding up “Veterans for Trump” signs when he is a cowardly draft dodger. I see evangelicals holding up “We Support Trump” signs when there is little if any evidence he is a Christian or even holds Christian values. I see people struggling to make ends meet holding up signs of support for Trump when he has done nothing but look out for the wealthiest of the wealthy while enriching himself in office and not caring about the financial plight of the average citizen.

Is Trump a Sociopath?

It is disconcerting that anyone in the country is still arguing about whether or not Trump is a misogynist, racist, xenophobe, or narcissist. He is. Actions speak louder than words, and the many things Trump has said and done throughout his life speak to these defects being true. His presidential campaign was driven by racist sentiment, and after becoming president, he proposed barring Muslims from entering the United States. Trump ignores reality and is unremorseful about how often he twists it in ways that build his ego.

If we could stop denying these painful realities about our president, we might have to face an even more frightening possibility: Trump is a sociopath.

Seven markers suggest that a person is a sociopath. A sociopath chronically lies in an effort to deceive others and enhance his public image; acts impulsively and fails to plan; refuses to conform to social norms and repeatedly performs acts that are grounds for legal action and arrest; mistreats those who are critical or unsupportive; disregards the well-being of others; fails to sustain consistent work habits or honor financial obligations; and lacks guilt or remorse when hurtful to others.

Anyone who has studied Trump over the years would probably agree that this is an accurate description of our president.

Trump is a pathological liar, and recently cracked the 12,000 false or misleading statements barrier. He acts impulsively and fails to plan ahead, the best and most horrific example being his border policy that led to inhumane conditions for those detained and children being separated but infrequently reunited with their parents. He violates social norms all the time, even small ones, for example when he served a national championship team fast-food at the White House.

He is frequently verbally abusive toward people who criticize him, calling them all kinds of horrible names. Trump lacks empathy, and once told a grieving widow that her husband “knew what he had signed up for” when he enlisted in the military. He has no sensitivity to how his name-calling and verbal attacks are hurtful.

Lack of Conscience

According to psychologist Martha Stout and author of the book The Sociopath Next Door,

“The central trait of sociopathy is a complete lack of conscience, which is very difficult for most people to get their heads around, because those of us who do have a conscience can’t really imagine what it would be like if we didn’t. Most people think that deep down everybody has a conscience, and it turns out that’s just not true.”

 

Trump doesn’t appear to have a conscience like most of us do, and that is the main reason he can act in such illegal, unethical, and immoral ways and sleep like a baby at night.

If anything disturbs Trump’s sleep, it is the threat that sooner or later the investigative reporters he calls “fake news” and government leaders and legal authorities he says are on a “witch hunt” will expose his worst wrongdoings and he will finally have to pay for them. Trump is terrified by the possibility of his darkest deeds coming to light and costing him his presidency and possibly sending him to prison.

Every president does wrong things. All human beings do. That’s not the issue.

The issue is whether or not a president has a conscience. If they do, they will admit when they act badly, take full responsibility, experience guilt and remorse, and turn from their misdeeds. If they don’t, they’ll refuse to admit they have done anything wrong, blame others for their actions, have no empathy or compassion toward those they hurt, and continue in their wrongdoings.

Trump has spent his life in the latter category, surrounding himself with people who are unhealthy enough to support him every step of the way.

There’s a sociopath in the White House. If some of us don’t think so and want to keep supporting Trump, I would suggest there are none so blind as they who will not see.

 

~via The GlobePost