This may seem disjointed and oddly put together but here goes anyway.
I haven’t opened social media in a couple days. I use it strictly to promote my work and give advice to suffering users. There’s a lot of people suffering out there.
But, the first post I did see jumping into my feed was from a woman who was grappling with the personality traits of her narcopathic mother. I didn’t say anything on the post, choosing instead to read through the comments, advice and musings of the 47 people that engaged with this woman.
I thought in my head “Clouds don’t make hard right turns in the sky and those criss crossings are not natural of course.” Stop trying to shape people or things or even clouds that go against the complexity and wonder of nature into neatly presented packages or shapes that help you feel better.
Psychopathic personality traits are not of the natural world. Like a stratospheric aerosoled injection (aptly noted acronym, S-A-I) they are a toxin created by toxic people. And these human-shaped toxins are everywhere: the priestly class, the managerial class, working class, the child class. Toxic adults – like teachers in public school – are making toxic children, or at least attempting to. Some kids aren’t having any of it.
When my 13 year old nephew, the youngest on his school’s football teams (yes, that plural – he plays for the JV team as well as Varsity), was hazed in a group chat of football players, this child who had been homeschooled his entire life and never played on any sports teams, gave as good as he got and hazed the originator of the group chat right back with an equal if not even more biting zinger. When the team captain got wind of the chat and how it evolved into a viral hazing of ALL the players, he punished my nephew. When asked how he felt about the punishment, my redheaded nephew shot back without missing a beat: “It was worth it.”
A best selling author on women’s health and politics recently stated cities like San Francisco, Boston, New York and in some cases Los Angeles lost their good energy vibe. This vibe has been totally wiped out in the age of Covid: this now missing energy always made these urban meccas a magnet for the human race. But now these cities are dead inside. This has left a void to be filled with a rise in narcissism in the age of Covid where everything from the over sharing of world views on social media, to the microscopic private elements in a family dynamic, to the ghosting and deleting of users in the form of blocking, have made the world a vacuum of self indulgent irritants.
Expectations will never ever be fulfilled. It’s not that individuals are disappointing: it’s that a zebra doesn’t change its stripes no matter what. A square shaped cloud with a hard right turn will never ever be the fluffy cumulus clouds you learned about in school. Plotting against others, vindictiveness and delighting in sabotage seem to be the newest character traits in the age of Covid.
Many empathy driven people are having panic attacks over the meteoric death toll rise that no one talks about, are grappling with the loss of employment and are worried over the high cost of everything. The once-mastered challenges now seem insurmountable. These are things done on purpose by people with sick minds who have toxins in their bloodstream, or a mentally ill lineage never diagnosed, or they’re simply greedy and have never been able to share.
They orchestrate chaos and are the maestros of deception. Their life isn’t a series of discovery and self growth but rather a series of plotting, where humans are energy sources to cannibalize until there’s nothing left. This is why the new Dahmer series was allowed to be made on Netflix: to remind people about the normalization of cannibalizing. The cannibals who plot may have their immediate circle like friends and family fooled but they will remain indifferent and secretly scheming to undermine you any chance they get. They do this as an act of revenge because you’ve always been able to describe them.
When you describe, you become a target to undermine and humiliate. But it doesn’t matter. I’ve even heard Naomi Wolf respond with “It was worth it” when asked how she felt about being eviscerated in the press over her disclosures about the dangers of the WMD’s masquerading as vaccines.
I’m always surprised when the cannibals say they have friends. How can someone not human have human friends?
Humor is the best way to destroy these people. And snappy comebacks. And a quick wit. Quick with your pen or your mad skill.
I’m noticing all these describers are taking back their power and moxie and if they get blocked or ghosted by families, connections or friends, their response? “It was worth it.”
I wanted to go back to that post about the woman who was describing her narcopathic mother but I couldn’t find it in the clusterfuck that is Facebook. Someone mentioned she should do the No Contact rule. I’m not so sure the No Contact rule is a good idea. The whole concept seems to come from a place of victimhood but I understand its usefulness because it does shield from being further cannibalized. But, I’d much rather stick close and make their life a living hell. It is so worth it.
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