Psychopaths notoriously promise you the moon and deliver… nothing. They target victims who are vulnerable: feeling vulnerable as well as being vulnerable to flattery. They love bomb their new targets: showering them with attention, loving words, promises and gifts. They’re ready to commit instantly, saying that they finally found the soul mates they had been looking for all their lives. Although such behavior may seem positive, as I explained in my earlier article about the red flags of a psychopathic bond, it is actually, all too often, a predator’s lure.
This is how psychopaths attract new victims and make them feel wanted, loved and safe. If this behavior were genuine and consistent, psychopaths would be ideal partners. Unfortunately, it’s not. The flattery, attention, affection, sex and sensuality, gifts, promises of commitment all constitute the psychopath’s bait. Wait a few months, and you’ll begin to…
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|“Twisting of meanings is a clue to psychopathy. They’re masters of “doublespeak”, creating verbal traps and impossible situations that leave non-psychopaths bewildered.”Harrison Koehli Red Pill Press,|
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(NaturalNews) Groundbreaking new research on the cancer-fighting potential of vitamin C has made the pages of the peer-reviewed journal Science Translational Medicine. A team of researchers from the University of Kansas reportedly tested the effects of vitamin C given in high doses intravenously on a group of human subjects and found that it effectively eradicates cancer cells while leaving healthy cells intact.
Building upon earlier research pioneered in the 1970s by the late Linus Pauling, a chemist from Oregon State University who today is recognized as the world’s foremost proponent of therapeutic vitamin C, the new research involved injecting high doses of vitamin C into human ovarian cells. The tests were conducted in vitro in a lab, as well as directly in both mice and a group of 22 human subjects.
According to BBC News, the tests showed favorable results in all…
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Robert Mundell’s work on the collapse of Bretton Woods paved the way for European Monetary Union.
The idea that the euro has “failed” is dangerously naive. The euro is doing exactly what its progenitor – and the wealthy 1%-ers who adopted it – predicted and planned for it to do.
That progenitor is former University of Chicago economist Robert Mundell. The architect of “supply-side economics” is now a professor at Columbia University, but I knew him through
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“The NSA is not the only government agency listening in on cell phone conversations. The police are also doing it – and apparently the method they employ is highly questionable. The police have warrants when they engage in wire tapping, but the warrants can only cover specific persons. The wire tapping of cell phones seems however not exactly precisely targeted. Freedom of information requests regarding the method are meanwhile blocked by the expedient of invoking the need to protect the ‘trade secrets’ of the company that makes the surveillance equipment”
“With the full support of an unflinching judicial structure that approves the spying, it also goes to bat for the transnational corporations who wish to target certain individuals that oppose them.”
“By obtaining our private information without going to a judge for a warrant they broke the law and criminalized their own profession. The vast abuse of private information by the Nazis was the very reason those laws were put there in the first place, to prevent anything like the Gestapo establishing itself again.”
Read more at: http://rt.com/op-edge/psywar-internet-nsa-media-309/