From Bletchley Park to ‘Deny, Disrupt, Degrade, Deceive’: an Inevitable Path? http://huff.to/1rloOB5 via @HuffPostUK
– as in the cliche “the in-set and the out-set”.
The “in-set” are “people like us”, that is middle-class. If you are working class you can never be “in”. Not being “in” means being socially excluded. Not as blatant as “No blacks, no Irish”, where at least there is evidence that discrimination is taking place. The working class are just subtly kept out of the social dialogue where it matters. The working class person will the the one talked about, but not talked to. Monitored, but not listened to. A similar situation is how men treat women. In a work situation where the parties are supposedly equal, working class and women will be kept in the dark. Those on the inside track gain power over those excluded. The insiders have the knowkedge which helps them perform efficiently, but the outsider will be left in ignorance, or even jokingly misinformed –…
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A perp signature in comments is equivocation. And the equivocation is usually symmetrical suggesting a formula is being followed. The first half of the comment will propose one point of view. But the second half of the comment will propose the opposite. It is hard to argue with a person who does this. If you challenge one part of what they have said they will say you misunderstood them and fall back on the other side of the argument. You cannot pin them down.
A genuine person is trying to get their viewpoint across. They might ramble a bit but it will be clear what they are trying to say.
The Professional Liars feel most comfortable never expressing a viewpoint that they have to stick with.