The use of more serious states of panic.
Stressing an officer with panic states frequently and sufficiently as to find the job “too stressful” only requires the lesser conditions of panic. The midrange to extreme conditions can be used to motivate someone to shoot another person believing them the source of impending and extreme danger. And this is always coupled with the presentation of ideas as suit the situation. A person who is for instance presented with the idea of imminent doom, using ideas such as “something terrible can happen” and no obvious source of danger will suffer what is commonly called a panic attack. This is really a heart attack scare as I will explain later. However if a source of danger is perceived then the situation becomes a lot different. If the person is equipped with a gun, as police are, and if they are holding such a weapon in their hands pointed at a person, whom they believe is the source of danger, then very little is needed to push them to shoot the other.
Here again we find that the game is played with toxic people who are closely related and hence strongly mentally entangled with the person that is made to perceive danger. How can such a game be played out? This is not a single event as in the succession of single events that may be used to seriously stress an experienced officer enough to cause them to quit their job. In this instance a succession of events take place. And again all of the “players” must be toxic or greedy people in order for such a game to be played out. The following could be such a game.
Let’s say a toxic person or a greedy criminal is employed to appear, outside some place where the police officer who is to be manipulated into shooting someone, is guarding as part of their service. It could be a government building during some convention that extends over many days or it could be some foreign countries embassy or a series of sporting events as are the Olympic Games. The criminal used is asked to carry some object that “looks suspicious” and to act strange, as for instance loitering in some area and looking about suspiciously. To draw attention to the man who is “acting suspiciously”, a corrupt police officer is needed to point out “the suspect”. For this “lesser task” the officer used may be someone greedy. Greedy people are really toxic but their toxicity is anchored in something as for instance money. Many greedy people justify themselves by saying that anyone else would have done the same. As for instance this claim made by someone on an internet forum:
“If we have to be honest with ourselves
We are all toxic to a certain extent.
There’s a killer in any one of us.
If you want something really badly
and I happen to stand on your way of getting
you will eliminate me no doubt.
I would do the same too.
This is a justification that can be used to overcome another person’s moral considerations. Or it might be used to justify a criminal action as part of modern life. However for many greedy people the motivation on offer, the pay rise or promotion, pushes them over the line. Greedy people, as I mentioned earlier, are never simply asked. They have been “pre-conditioned”, whether willing or not, to make sure that they won’t reconsider their action before, during or after the event. This is the carrot and the stick approach.
So in the first part of the game a greedy colleague points out the “suspicious character” to the officer they want to manipulate.
Then the police officer is drawn to the window so that they see “the suspect” when they re-appears again the next day. There are however two conditions that the officer doesn’t understand. One is that when they see “the suspect” they have been made mildly anxious and the anxiety increased as they see look out of the window. This of course is done by posing danger by someone who is only very trivially entangled with the officer; Someone that they may have met or seen briefly a day or even just an hour before the sighting of “the suspect”. The other is that they believe they have seen the person by chance having glanced out of the window not expecting to see anything out of the ordinary or having recollected the matter as was pointed out to them previously. Thus they may conclude that he must have been then a long time to be seen by chance. What they don’t know is that they will have been given an idea to approach the window and look out or manipulated in some way to do so. And that is done by someone strongly entangled with the officer. The suggestion would have been given after “the suspect” had arrived and is moving about suspiciously outside. The officer may then wrongly conclude that they could have been there all day! The officer has been confronted by two unrelated events, they being the anxiety that they feel and the suspect’s appearance outside. As these two occur at the same time. It is very hard for someone who is unaware of the sort of things that are done to realize what is going on. And when we add to that the insistence by the medicos and others in society, the so called skeptics, that ESP is a fantasy and that there is no evidence. Where is the science they scream, but of course the science is not only not done but blocked. And what is done is marginal. Thus the police officer, as anyone else in their position, will conclude and reasonably believe that “he’s got a bad feeling about this guy” when he sees him again and again. This is enough then to entice him a few days later, and again with presented ideas that seem like his own and sound reasoning, to go out to the street and confront the suspicious character.
He goes down to the street level feeling anxiety and maybe that anxiety is increased as he approaches him but he does not feel panic. This anxiety can still appear to him as “a very bad feeling about this guy”, especially if it increases as he approaches the man.
He confronts the man. Confrontation however is not enough to build up a situation that causes the police officer to shoot the suspect. Certainly they escalate the anxiety to panic but even that is not enough to turn the confrontation into an altercation. The suspect must also be panicked. And here we see that panic can be made to manifest in ways that doesn’t appear to be panic at all. The suspect can be presented with ideas that make him angry. So while extreme danger is posed and the charge up of the body is really due to fear, the person is made to experiences rage rather than fear. It shows how potent ideas can be when they seem reasonable. One way this might be done is to suggest that “this cop is trigger happy” and he, being unarmed is “a sitting duck”. And of course the parcel that he is carrying looks suspicious but is not a weapon.
Thus the police officer is confronted by someone who is very angry, even enraged so he may feel that it is reasonable to draws out his gun to defend himself and possibly make an arrest. However as toxic people leave nothing to chance; the police officer would have been presented with ideas that would cause him to draw his gun if he hasn’t done so already. After all the police officer feels extreme fear and attributes the danger to the suspect before him. It is a very easy task then, with both men panicked and in the midst of an argument to have the police officer shoot the suspect. And again the toxic suspect who is part of the game is just treated as another pawn on the board. He is, as far as the toxic mob is concerned, completely disposable. And he may have been coerced in some way to be part of this game so he is not happy to begin with. So if he is cheated during the game it only means that the anger he has already is used and increased to rage.
What has happened? How come he panicked, especially when after the event the “suspect” was found to be holding something that may have looked suspiciously like a gun or a bomb but was neither? This situation is always blamed on the officer who fired the gun and shot the other, when really there is a lot behind it. Why did he panic? This question is not asked and if asked not properly answered. Brain malfunctions are commonly cited as the cause.
This is a double cheat! For the officer to panic some real danger had to be imminent in his life. And that is true also for the suspect because if he was armed he may not have reacted with so much fear/anger. The police officer doesn’t see anyone else around and hence assumes that the person in front of him is the source of that danger. Both have been independently presented with ideas from people that are very closely related to them. But even though they are strangers to each other, nonetheless as they are arguing they are relating sufficiently to perceive each other’s more prominent thoughts. Hence the police officer will assume that the thought of “a dead man” is coming from the suspect, which it is but only as the suspect’s perception and not intent because he is unarmed. And the suspect will perceive the police officer’s thought of “I can shoot him” or “I’ll just shoot him” and similarly believe it is the police officer’s intent. This becomes a very dangerous situation. The police officer, assumes the other man has to be armed to threaten danger enough to make him feel that much fear and to uphold the idea that he’s a dead man. And the suspect assumes the police office must be reckless for him to feel that much anger as to become enraged.
It must be appreciated that both are in a state where they are not capable of rational thinking because the thinking part of their brains is temporarily suspended. And both are presented with ideas that appear to be reason, especially when it gives rise to strong emotion. This is something that the medical industry is covering up. There is a strong message to the public that reason and emotion are unrelated and that a person is either reasonable or rational or they are an emotional type. This is trash. Reason ALWAYS precedes emotion. People’s perception, that a strong emotion is evidence that some reason applied or applies to a situation, is a valid judgment.
The medical industry makes money from selling drugs and they justify these sales by calling emotions both irrational and as something experienced “in your head”. That way the hormonal changes, which are part and parcel of emotions that is the physiological reactivity of the body, are then called “hormonal imbalances”. This then justifies a position of saying that “the body is malfunctioning”, without actually saying the words. It is a blatant lie, whether explicitly stated or implied. We can see here that people rightly think that if they experience a strong emotion there has to be good reason for it. This is the truth. The only problem these people face is that they are both threatened by other people and not each other.
In addition to emotion, both the suspect and the police officer would have perceived thoughts that seem to be their own reasoning. This means that the thoughts are treated with confidence and as being true. When thoughts are treated as true and thus applicable they act as directives to the body. However in a highly excited state, where the skeletal musculature is highly charged, even a thoughts such as “being squeezed” or “a tight squeeze” or “pressed for an answer”, which may also seem to reasonably describe the police officer’s situation, can cause him to squeeze his finger on the trigger inadvertently and spontaneously. Again because the thought, being true acts as a directive and we have the muscles in the hands, which are part of the skeletal musculature, highly charged. It only takes a slight impulse to move his finger. Hence he shoots the suspect. This is not a situation that can be prevented by training.
No amount of training can overcome the body’s normal function, especially when it is used in a cheat. The only way that the police officer and the suspect can overcome the odds and survive without problems is by having knowledge of foul game play and recognizing the thoughts and bodily reactivity for what it is. So for instance if the suspect realized that the police officer is afraid, which he can do, then he can either drop the parcel and put his hands up or show him that it is not a weapon. This can defuse the situation. The police officer would then realize something is wrong if he is afraid and the other cannot do him harm.
This is not a simple matter of one police officer having shot and maybe killed a suspect. It can call into question the entire police force of a city if the public can be drawn into the game. To draw the public into the game they must be led to believe that this could have been any police officer and that they shot someone simply because they looked suspicious to the police officer in question. Every citizen can fall into that category in some way or other. Thus a public sanction can be sought and obtained to have every police officer undergo “assessment”. What sort of assessment? The arguments here will be that this police officer was anxious from a few days before when he first saw the guy. Anxiety is used as a criterion for how well can they do their job? How well are they trained or do they need retraining? And how well can they cope under stress? But anxiety is also considered “medical conditions” and if it extends over time is further taken to be a possible “mental illness”. This means that psychiatrists become involved.
It is not any psychiatrists though that will service toxic under-culture and “their people” in the public service and government. These doctors would be themselves either greedy and/ or toxic so they would be “in on the act”. In a newspaper a few years back the psychiatrists employed to make assessments of public servants were named “attack dogs” by one of their own. What this is saying is that these assessments are hardly simple and straight forward. Firstly they lead the person being assessed into admitting to some measure of anxiety or panic and revealing some of their thoughts. Thoughts they claim are all created in the brain and cannot be perceptions through mental means, i.e., ESP. Only what is seen in the physical environment is treated as valid perception; So any thoughts as they may extract out of the officer that are not sensory perceptions are treated as delusional. Further to that they treat some emotions as irrational in certain circumstances. Fear, anxiety and panic “without apparent cause” are commonly treated as a malfunction of the brain, especially of the amygdala. This and associated areas of the brain are said to be the “primitive or reptilian brain” and thus they go to saying that “some ancient mechanism of the brain has gone haywire” and of course “drugs fix it”.
Saying that the officer has “too much stress” and possibly also that “they are not managing their stress properly” and of course “not managing your stress” could be extrapolated to “being irresponsible”, is however the lesser case. In the worst case they may say that the officer has a mental disorder, whether mild, moderate or severe based on what they can get them to admit to, what emotions and strength of emotion together with any associated thoughts. They can go so far as recommend that the person needs to take certain drugs and that if they don’t take them or refuse to take them then they are unfit for the job.
This situation is extremely serious because good police officers, officers who are genuine and dedicated to their work, may be either drugged or threatened with expulsion. So with a handful of bad cops (who can stress a colleague before or even during an assessment) and an appropriate psychiatrist, toxic people in leadership positions can selectively either silenced or marginalize or even remove good police officers from the police force. And all of it done without anything appearing out of place. Indeed they may even look responsible for the psychiatric assessments that they impose on their staff. Depending on what is wanted of them, a psychiatrist can come up with tentative assessments that need further investigation or re-examination at some later date, which means that a scepter can be held over an officer’s head, or they can use assessments that quite literally damn them, either to incapacitate them with drugs or dismiss them. It really amounts to heavy handed manipulation and control. And for the psychiatrists, who would do the bidding of the under-culture and are really part of the under-culture themselves, there are handsome rewards because assessing a whole police force might be a year’s salary or more in just a couple of months! All of this is not in the interests of the public. It only serves the toxic under-culture.
The accumulation of bad cops in the police force and the effective silencing or marginalizing of good cops then allows for toxic people in government to exercise a lot of muscle and yet look completely removed from the action. Indeed as I will explain later they can set events into motion without even knowing the people doing the dirty deeds for them. It allows for minority groups, such as the medical industry, who hold a lot of power anyway, to make extraordinary political gain. Indeed this is the unraveling of democracy. It allows for a network of networks of toxic people, who are seamlessly threaded throughout society, to govern and yet remain unseen.
In the next page I will show how politician can be manipulated and controlled and even removed from office when bad cops are involved and severe panic states are the order of the day. Incredible as it may sound, it is possible for a full on coup d’état to take place and no one know the different. How can a popularly elected politician be overthrown without the public notice anything wrong?