Establishing Connections From The Case File Of Jeffery Dahmer and More Modern Attempts At Establishing Mind Control


Making a connection in my observations and readings of psychopathy, and more recently reading about the differences in female vs. male psychopathy, in particular from the case report of Jodi Arias, I can share some aspects of psychopathic inter-partner relationship “game play.” In the case of Jodi Arias, her grandiose sense of self worth was described when she was excited that her IQ was going to be tested. She was excited because she wanted to compare her IQ against that of Albert Einstein’s. Ms. Arias’ father reported, “she thinks it’s close to his [Einstein’s] IQ” (Martinez 2016). (1) This demonstrates a psychopaths belief in their “superior” intelligence. In this respect, Travis Alexander may have underestimated her abilities, as many people may not actually believe the people they are dealing with are quite capable of murder. I think he may have actually believed she was just another “dumb blonde.”

In my personal interactions with female’s whom I believe possess psychopathic personality traits, there is a game that is played. Testing to see if a person would still obey and follow their directions even after being victimized by the psychopath. This maybe witnessed when the female psychopath places demands in the form of requests to the victims. This was demonstrated by a female psychopath who would ask her victims to perform an action by making a request directly of them to prove her effectiveness at social mastery over others, thereby validating omnipotence and self worth. If the victim still obeys, she may snidely smile because this demonstrates her continued possessed reign of power and control over the victim. Humiliating and demeaning the victim, mockery, and staged seductions aimed to dehumanize are also a part of the repertoire of the female psychopathic personalities (see the novel Carrie by Stephen King). (2) In addition, evaluating the children’s fairy tale Cinderella and the personality traits demonstrated by Anastasia and Drizella, Cinderella’s evil step sisters, as well as her evil stepmother can support the type of approaches preferred by the female psychopath. Lacking avenues to leave an abusive relationships, many women and men sometimes and often do stay with the individuals who abuse them.

The intricacies of social games were witnessed in the case of Ms. Arias’ intimate relationships with others. These were all part of her conning and manipulative behavior which monopolized on acts of pathological lying. Her attorney, Kirk Nurmi, witnessed her convincing people to lie for her, including friends, former fellow inmates, and others. “He likened Ms. Arias’ abilities to that of a cult leader. “That Ms. Arias possessed a unique ability to convince people to follow her. That Ms. Arias had the unique ability to convince people that she was telling the truth, without actual poof, simply because she was the person saying it” (Nurmi 2015, p. 204). (1)

Another aspect of control over victims by the psychopath was witnessed in the case of Jeffery Dahmer. The worst and most brutal aspects of his terror of control was taken out on a 14 year old boy, Konerak Sinthasomphone, when Dahmer attempted to make a “zombie” out of him. Dahmer wanted a drone-like individual whom he could command and make stay by his side. By drilling a hole in his head after sedating him, he poured acid into his skull. Found naked and dazed on the street, Milwaukee police found Konerak and returned him back to the hands of Dahmer. The young man would later die. (3)(4)

There is a clear one-sided approach to these actions. A profound lack in consideration for the other person’s wishes and desires as a subject with a voice and opinion all their own. The individual is manipulated either through successful persuasion (sex, drugs, lies) or, in more modern times, through the use of electromagnetic frequency signals. (5)

This aspects of sedating, whether it be through illicit substances or electromagnetic frequency signals, is still an attempt at mind control. Pulling the person into your direct range of subjugation in order to make them your servant or drone or have the events transpire in your personal favor for a more pleasant life experience by thwarting free will and ultimately any conflict from objection and descention.(6) The use of electromagnetics to manipulate and control subjects may have been the stuff of science fiction over 47 years ago, but not today. Attempts at mind control have historically been part of macabre interest of those working in intelligence gathering. It has also been the interest of doctors trying to cure human diseases of the mind. Performing human experiments in attempts to understand hallucinations, illusions, and subconscious awareness through the illicit substance known as LSD has been written and documented at length. (7) (please see the fictional thriller “The Stepford Wives” by Ira Levine, 1972 and “The Realms of the Human Unconscious: Observations from LSD research” by Stanislav Grof).

There is a direct attempt by psychopaths to maintain control and power over others thereby thwarting castration at any cost. For the female psychopath that I have had personal experience in dealing with there is a need to project and maintain a certain type of image and perception by the viewing public and in this sense their behavior can become and elaborate seduction. By using the analysis of Jodi Arias, female psychopaths maybe more concerned with presenting a certain image to the public, carefully crafting stories which will promote maximum self-benefit for personal gain. These stories, which are nothing more than manipulations based in pathological lies with no supporting evidence to substantiate them are examples of how female psychopaths manipulate and victimize their targets. Lying for maximum self benefit which is designed to bolster self image and defame others is a prevalent theme in female psychopathy.* In addition, consideration needs to be made regarding the use of low-frequency electromagnetic stimulation to the brain and body without the victim’s consent to do so. This element needs to be considered in terms of how a criminal could carry out a criminal conspiracy, much like Jeffery Dahmer, in duping others to believe an alternate theory just as Dahmer did with the Milwaukee police the night Konerak tried to escape.

Yet the men who carry out intimate partner violence (IPV) attempt to maintain control and over power others take another shape. They seem to prefer forms of direct force. Direct brute force that is used to over throw their victims in a coup d’etat maneuver that will quickly and effectively establish and reassign power and control to the psychopath. We witness acts such as these in domestic violence and IPV situations as well as in gang related punishment and warfare. Often times these violent acts lack the sophistication of a well planned attack. As a result, these types of psychopaths may impulsively carry out their actions. One of the major components to intimate partner violence (IPV) is neuropsychological factors such as cognitive deficits and head injury. The inability to effectively navigate and master separation, loss, or castration with verbal linguistic sophistication in communicating with their victims was recognized as a factor in abusive men who carried out IPV.

Considering the aspect of promiscuous sexual behavior, the prostitute and male John, women who sell sex are often the targets of psychopathic men who want to unleash their pent up hostility and anger on to these women. Sometimes at the cost of taking these women’s lives. These women, who are trying to make a living, are targets and victims of men who possess unconscious fixed drives that involve eluding the death instinct. They may also espouse ideology based in myth that promote hate against women. The notion that if a woman dresses a certain way she is “a whore” or if that speaks a certain way she is “an object of ill repute.” Myths that promote violence against women are observed in the phrases, “If she went into that bar alone unaccompanied by a male companion she was asking for it.” There is a notion believed by some men that victims are deserving of their punishment. That if a woman got raped it was “her fault.” These ideologies are tied up in the study of victim blaming.

Cell Phone Implants, Root Canal Surgery, and “Schizophrenia”

The jaw bone can transmit vibration from the tooth to the ear.

“In November 2002, designers at the Royal College of Art in London made headlines after coming up with the world’s first cell-phone implant. Their design involved a small chip that housed a receiver and a transducer. The receiver could pick up mobile phone signals, and the transducer could translate them into vibrations.

Once implanted in a person’s molar, the transducer caused the tooth to vibrate in response to radio signals. The physical structure of the jaw carried the tooth’s vibrations to the inner ear, where the user, and no one else, could perceive them as sound. The implant’s designers held dramatic demonstrations of this principle using a vibrating wand. Participants confirmed that they could hear crystal clear voices through their teeth.

The designers used a wand for the demonstrations rather than the implant itself because the implant did not actually exist. It was a concept, not a real device. In addition, it wasn’t really a phone — it was more like one of the Bluetooth earpieces commonly used today. It had no mechanisms for dialing, storing phone numbers or anything else that a phone can do, other than relaying sounds to the listener. The theoretical implant’s design didn’t even allow the user to speak to the party on the other end of the line.” (8)

This concept has been achieved today and many people who have been implanted with a chip may be describing their experience as “Voice-To-Skull.” They may be experiencing other symptoms and may describe these experiences as techniques or attempts at mind control. Many of these individuals are often the subject of ridicule and are dismissed as “crazy” or touting unsubstantiated claims involving “conspiracy.” Funny that the mental illness known as schizophrenia or even paranoid schizophrenia would have the symptom of “hearing voices” as a character trait attached to it. If one wanted to discredit, defame, or humiliate another how might one go about accomplishing this? Through an elaborate ruse or staged deception, known as a conspiracy to seduce.

In my opinion, this can be viewed as a type of electromagnetic pollution in which the effects known as distal effect cause trickel down to result in mental disturbances and stress related diseases thereby promoting reduced lifespans. This would save the American government a lot of money in federal social security benefits they would be responsible for paying out to the public. Or another theory, a deranged psychopath can randomly select targets to annihilate.

*It is important to note that although women psychopaths have predominately displayed these types of personality characteristics, men can also possess them as well. This is information is only intended to be used as a general guide.

(1) Sarteschi, Christine M. PhD. “Jodi Arias: A Case of Extreme Violence.” Violence and Gender. Vol 4, No. 3, (September 1, 2017), pg. 109-113

(2) King, Stephen. Carrie. New York. Doubleday. (1976).

(3) HLN Network Series, “How It Really Happened” with Hill Harper. The Strange Case of Jeffrey Dahmer. Originally aired March 31, 2017.

(4) Williams, Michelle. “Police Missed Hole In Head Of Dahmer Victim, Jury Told.” Associated Press. The Seattle Times. February 5, 1992.

(5) Jacobs, Amber. On Matricide: Myth, psychoanalysis, and the law of the mother. New York. Columbia University Press. (2007) book discusses and theorizes the castration complex from the female vertical perspective of “Mother.”

(6) Levin, Ira. The Stepford Wives. New York. Random House. (1972)

(7) Grof, Stanislav. The Realms of the Human Unconscious: Observations from LSD research. New York. E.P. Dutton and Company. (1976)

(8) Wilson, Tracy V. “How Cell-phone Implants Work.” April 1, 2007.


Gender Based Crime: The Difference Between The Female Psychopath vs. The Male Psychopath

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Jodi Arias killed her ex-lover Travis Alexander in 2008. He was shot, stabbed, and nearly decapitated. She was sentenced to life in prison. For two (2) years after the murder, Ms. Arias claimed that two masked intruders broke into the home and killed Mr. Alexander. Later, she admitted that the intruder story was a complete fabrication and changed her story to that of self-defense. Through the lens of psychopathy, this case study examines the behaviors of deceptions generated by Ms. Arias. This case should be of clinical interest to professionals studying deceptive behavior. Although she had been accused of stalking, slashing tires (multiple times), staging a burglary, and forging letters, her only arrest was for murder.

“Male and female psychopaths diverge in levels of violence, self-image, need for approval and attention from others, and in their victim selection. For females, impression management is a high priority. Perhaps because of their “insidious” negative self-image, female psychopaths have a strong desire for attention, approval, and praise from others (Cunliffe et al 2015). Part of gaining that approval involves a seductive and flirtatious interaction style. It is also common for them to claim to be victims of sexual assault and domestic violence and sometimes feign suicidal gestures to obtain secondary gain (Cunliffe et al. 2015). Female psychopaths are also more likely to commit an offense against someone they know, whereas males are more likely to target strangers (Sarteschi, 2017).

Psychopathy is a cluster of personality traits, including callousness, disinhibition, impulsiveness, manipulation, dishonesty, and grandiosity (Hare 1991, 1993). In order to have a consideration for a diagnosis of psychopathy you need to identify at least five (5) traits that cluster together in the person’s personality. A corner stone trait is a lack of remorse/callous/lack of empathy for hurting another. The Psychopathy Checklist – Revised (PCL-R) is composed of 20 characteristics that are common among psychopaths. Utilizing the PCL-R, in addition to a semi-structured interview and a comprehensive review of case records, and individual might be considered psychopathic if they scored 30 or above on a 40-point scale (Hare 2003).

Participation in past criminal or antisocial activities is also considered in the case history of individuals suspected of psychopathy. Human behavior tends to be fairly consistent over time. Our likes, our dislikes, how we treat the people we love are also considered stable personality characteristics that endure and persist. The onset of old age with reduced mobility may be a factor in those who carry out stalking for serial rape or serial murder. So, when a rash of serial murders or serial rapes stop, this may be a possible factor in its cessation. For this reason, we look to the PCL-R to establish character traits when diagnosing psychopathy.

Picture PerfectUsing the Jodi Arias case report study in evaluating female psychopathy, The Psychopath Checklist – Revised (PCL-R) have identified 11 items that may be specific to female psychopaths (Cunliffe and Colleagues 2015). Which the researchers pared down to six main categories. These include the following:

(1) glibness/superficial charm;
(2) grandiose sense of self-worth;
(3) conning/manipulative behavior; (includes pathological lying)
(4) lack of remorse and callous lack of empathy;
(5) parasitic lifestyle; and
(6) promiscuous sexual behavior and early behavioral problems; juvenile delinquency, revocation of conditional release, and criminal versatility.


In my personal opinion and experience that when dealing with female psychopathic personalities, jealousy and envy are two of the major elements that connect to interpersonal relationships and female psychopathy. Where there is a prevalence for men to use more violent aggressive acts like physical assault and sexual assault, there tends to be a prevalence for women to use more passive-aggressive acts and strategic social planning when it comes to victimization. Freud had stated that women appear to be more vain and narcissistic than men. There is a take away to the analysis of the Jodi Arias case and how she focused on image and perception. In my opinion there are two major elements to watch out for in female psychopaths. By using the analysis of Jodi Arias, female psychopaths maybe more concerned with presenting a certain image to the public, carefully crafting stories which will promote maximum self-benefit for personal gain. These stories, which are nothing more than manipulations based in pathological lies with no supporting evidence to substantiate them are examples of how female psychopaths manipulate and victimize their targets. These traits are Conning and Manipulation that include prolific lying. That is, lies that are designed to bolster self image and defame others in attempt to manipulate perceptions; combined with the lack of remorse and callous lack of empathy for another. These may be two core traits that are more likely to be present in the female psychopath. However, they can also be present in male psychopaths as well.

Property crime is one of the most common forms of crime and it just may be that the male psychopath focuses more on material gain than their female counterparts. Crimes like burglary, robbery, and money laundering, etc., as well as white collar crimes involving the manipulation of money like Ponzi schemes. Since men are held more accountable for providing for a family than women, it might make sense why men might participate more in these types of crimes. Sex service can act as a form of human commodity, it makes one wonder how the “stealing of sex” through acts of sexual assault might be connected to how a psychopath views “property.”

An example of the social planning designed to inflict maximum hurt and harm by the female psychopath was witnessed at the sentencing trail of Jodi Arias. Even though she claimed throughout the trial to have not remembered having murdered Travis Alexander, “in a dramatic court room moment, she turned to directly look at the family of the victim and said to them, “I do remember the moment the knife went into Travis’ throat. He was still conscious (Lohr 2015).” She could have used the moment to apologize to the family for what she had done, but she did not. In addition, it is believed she forged letters in Travis Alexander’s handwriting which confessed to his attraction to children. This was a direct attempt to defame the victim and further manipulate the truth. The following details describe in detail the behavioral expression of someone possessing borderline personality disorder (BPD) as Jodi Arias did:

“Ms. Arias had a pattern of pursuing ex-partners. In the case of Mr. Alexander, despite having officially ended their relationship, she moved to Arizona, his state of residence, and chose a home in his neighborhood. She would often show up at his home uninvited and unannounced. On several occasions she was caught spying on Mr. Alexander and his friends both inside and outside of his home. She hacked his social media accounts and would send messages to his female friends, pretending to be Mr. Alexander (Sarteschi, 2017).”

“Kirk Nurmi, who witnessed Jodi Arias convincing people to lie for her, including friends, former fellow inmates, and others, likened Ms. Arias’ ability to that of a cult leader. “That Ms. Arias possessed a unique ability to convince people to follow her. That Ms. Arias had the unique ability to convince people that she was telling the truth, without actual proof, simply because she was the person saying it (Nurmi 2015, p. 204).”

It is important to note that just because someone is in a position of authority, does not mean they can’t be psychopaths. The same character traits that Jodi Arias possessed are the same character traits many in positions of leadership possess. Corruption can happens even at the highest levels of governance and some female psychopaths thrive in positions of leadership.

The information contained herein is to be used as a general guide not a conclusive answer when evaluating suspected female psychopathy. Rather it delineates the differences between how female and male psychopaths behave when it comes to victimizing others.

Sarteschi, Christine M. PhD. (Sept. 2017) Jodi Arias: A Case of Extreme Violence. Violence and Gender. Vol 4, No. 3, pg. 109-113

Cunliffe TB, Gacono CB, Smith JM, et al. (2015). Assessing psychopathy in women. In The Clinical and Forensic Assessment of Psychopathy: A Practitioner’s Guide (2nd edition). CB Gacono, ed. (Taylor & Francis, New York, NY), pp. 167-187

Hare RD. (1991). The Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised. (MultiHealth Systems, Toronto, ON, Canada).

Hare RD. (1993). Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths Among Us. (Guilford Press, New York, NY).

Hare RD. (2003). The Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (2nd edition). (Multi-Health Systems, Toronot, ON, Canada).

Lohr D. (2015, April 13). Jodi Arias sentenced to life for Travis Alexander’s murder. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from

Nurmi KL (2015). Trapped with Ms. Arias: Part 1 of 3 From Getting the File to Being Ready for Trail.

Femicide and Domestic Terrorism; Electronic Harassment, Targeting and Grooming of Individuals, and Gangstalking

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Image demonstrates Lady Liberty retaliating against very real threats to liberty and freedom through acts of domestic terrorism known as white supremacy.

Why has femicide* changed little overtime?

“Navarro et al. (2013) identified “cognitive distortions” that are applicable to haters. Some of these include catastrophic thinking, personalization of bad things happening without considering other possible causes or factors, and overgeneralization. In their book Critical Thinking: Concepts and Tools, the authors identify “essential Intellectual traits for analytical thinking.” These include “Intellectual Humility vs. Intellectual Arrogance; Intellectual Courage vs Intellectual Cowardice; Intellectual Empathy vs. Intellectual Narrow-Mindedness; Intellectual Autonomy vs. Intellectual Conformity; Intellectual Integrity vs. Intellectual Hypocrisy; Intellectual Perseverance vs Intellectual Laziness; Confidence in Reason vs. Distrust of Reason and Evidence; Fairmindedness vs Intellectual Unfairness.” (Paul and Elder 2003). If we are able to establish a pattern of how someone thinks analytically, or does not think analytically, and is therefore more susceptible to radicalization and beliefs that develop and cause hatred, I offer that this may provide us with indications that not only is someone emotionally harboring hatred, the fuel for violence but cognitive indicators as well. And in this respect, we can get into their heads.” (1)

“Strategic analysis assumes that our behavioral repertoires in these and other nontrivial facets of everyday life are relatively consistent, have identifiable temporal and spatial dimensions, and are unintelligible apart from the matrix of power in which they arise, the norms to which they respond, the relative benefits and sanctions they elicit in specific social and historical contexts, and the general consequences they effect.” (2)

The Abusive Male Personality

One only need look at the aggressive, arrogant, vindictive male personality and how they interact with others, in particular how they treat women or minority groups at a disadvantage to understand how they utilize power and control and why femicide has changed little over time. It is the white male supremacist who cognitively distorts Truth, ignoring reason and trust worthy empirical evidence, thereby making their hate convincingly applicable to anyone who would listen. This is often done by linguistic persuasion focusing on the “defective character traits” of their targets. These targets could be young black male inner city youth to gay and lesbian couples to older white strong independent females. Demeaning and devaluing the personhood of their target victims, thereby oppressing and isolating them from larger social groups.

Domestic Terrorism

“Confronted with incidents of minor events of domestic violence, the professional’s first responsibility is to determine if they are part of a larger regime of dominance. …. But because minor violence typifies fights and coercive control, these patterns can only be distinguished in a historical context where the frequency of force over time is weighed alongside its interplay with tactics to intimidate, isolate, or control a partner.” (2)

It is the larger regime of dominance in a social network I am interesting in uncovering. Larger networks of male criminality that are being applied against women and other individuals in an attempt to coercively control their targeted victims through the use of electromagnetic fields, implementing electronic devices and bio-implants.

Targeting and Grooming of Humans

“…identifying the minimal conditions for freedom as an unencumbered will – the right to choose; a deliberative capacity, the ability to weigh alternatives according to their relative costs and benefits; and a domain of free movement -the possibility of taking our purpose into the world, of acting without constraint. Persons who lack these prerequisites cannot transform themselves into individuated beings who can participate in public and political life as equal citizens. In jeopardizing these prerequisites, in stifling their liberty and obstructing access to rights, coercive control prevents women form practicing freedom. This is the essential wrong that demands correction.” (2)

The targeting and grooming of human beings are done by sexual predators, sex traffickers interested in selling sexual services and parties interested in selling women and children as sex objects, as well as other forms of targeting and grooming by those interested in carrying out types of human slavery. These acts are typically carried out without the mutual consent of the individuals and thus, establishing consent is an integral component to establishing whether or not the person/victim’s human and civil rights have been violated.

Gangs characterize the type of criminal networks that dominate territories. Gangs characteristically operate in low-income communities where this limited opportunity for social economic mobility. These gangs utilize a sophisticated network of members and use intimidation, force, and coercive control to maintain dominance and control over their members, victims, and territories. Terrorist groups like ISIS typify much broader strokes of terrorism on an international basis. Disruptions in the daily lives of ordinary people in not only acts of war waged against innocent individuals, but in acts of domestic violence and domestic terrorism, characterize the type of coercive control and violence perpetrated by those suffering from cognitive distortions. Cognitive distortions like, “Blacks deserve to die;” or “A woman’s place is in the home;” or “Prostitutes are just asking to be raped or murdered.”

Gangs are not randomly organized. They are run like a business with individuals performing certain tasks. Violent gangs seem to be set up along similar lines of insurgent groups that stage armed resistance to political authority. They are comprised with affiliated cells each with its own leader. A new software package called ORCA (Organization, Relationship, and Contact Analyzer) can use real-world data acquired from arrests and the questioning of suspected gang members to deduce the network structure of a gang. Who are they interacting with? ORCA can figure out the likely affiliations of individuals who will not admit to being members of any specific gang, as well as the sub-structure of gangs – the gang ecosystem – and the identities of those who tend to dictate the behavior of others.(3)

Gangs tend to fund themselves through illicit activities like drug dealing, which tends to happen through the formation of “corner crews”: small groups that congregate on a particular street corner or an urban house locations to sell drugs.

Mapping highly influential members of a gang. Highly influential people typically have a larger than average number of social links, which enables their choices and actions to be quickly adopted by others. An influential gang member who is prone to risky, radicalizing or especially violent behavior can induce others to follow suit. But if police can identify him, they can then monitor him more closely.

The use of illicit substances (drugs) and alcohol by sexual predators have been used to target and groom females for sex based crimes. These tactics have also been used by sex traffickers, and others interested in monopolizing on human commodity in acts of human slavery. Electromagnetic frequency stimulation can also be used as a type of illicit substance that can bring a subject under the dominion and control of a perpetrator. Thus, in gang related stalking a person can be “controlled” through the use of illicit means such as electromagnetic frequency stimulation, surveillance, and microsurveillance. However, a close proximity to the target must be maintained in order for this to be accomplished and this helps to identify perpetrators. How are the electromagnetic signals being passed? What is the topology of the network spreading the signals? Who are the targets and how are the perpetrators arranged around them? Because the use of broadcast and cast electromagnetic frequency signals are being used in video games and online games, this means low-level radio waves are being transmitted. This also means that the area being canvassed with the signals remains relatively small, like in a neighborhood or ghetto. There is a limited mobility to the distance a low-level electromagnetic frequency signal can travel.

Surveillance / Microsurveillance (Gangstalking)

Surveillance and microsurveillance are coercive control tactics utilized, not only by intimate partner violent (IPV), but by our military and policing agencies as well. They are also used by gangs in gangstalking behavior.The use of coercive control can become a complicated issue because the federal, state, and local agencies both employ forms of coercive control to maintain order and dominance. Authorities often look to how military agencies are maintained and operated to consider how street gangs organize themselves.

“Despite the clear relevance that the study of techniques in coercive control supplies us, applying the rights to liberty and equality to coercive control presents special problems. Because coercive control operates in the context of federal, state and county policing affairs, that is in the political ethos of government regulation, and, has traditionally been sometimes hostile to liberty, equality, and legal rights. It’s clear that elements of coercive control can originate in the family ethos based in need, interdependence, and intimacy issues, and these behaviors can spill over to political administrations. Still, in delivering rights, the state assumes responsibility for supporting freedom and projects and ideal of justice and equality among persons to which it can be held accountable. “Rights talk” need not obscure the importance of political action so long as we distinguish access to equal rights – formal equality – from the fact that people need rights in large part because substantive inequalities persist that the state has either brought about, helped perpetuate, or tolerated.” (2)

However, the main question that should be asked arises from ethical concerns regarding use of coercive control. In regard to the use of electromagnetic frequency stimulation, which can be used just like an illicit substance or alcohol to bring a subject under the subjugation of another, we must ask, “Is the person free to make decisions on their own?” “Can they decide when and when they will not be tortured?” Understanding aspects of victimology, the type of individuals being selected, and understanding the individual/victim’s human and civil rights is imperative for clarity. Questions of civil rights, which surround issues of human torture, are raised when individuals are being electrically shocked, or “grabbed” by some type of electromagnetic signal that is being either cast or broadcast by another individual. Animal experiments have been carried out where a “shock” is applied to the animal’s brain in order to elicit a desired response or to just uncover how a region of the brain operates. It is my analysis and interpretation, that human beings are being kept in their homes, which act like a cages, and they are using electromagnetic frequency signals to deliver “shocks” and other forms of personal violations surrounding seizing a person for subjugation and control that are violating a person 4th amendment rights. The right to feel safe and secure in their own homes. “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” Does my anal and vaginal cavity constitute a sound place for “seizure” when it comes under the reign of electromagnetic stimulation?

“The domestic violence field faces a similar predicament when it tries to account for how battered women behave without identifying their “cage.” ….. the cage remains invisible as long as we omit the strategic intelligence that complements these acts with structural constraints and organizes them into the pattern of oppression that gives them political meaning. We see the effects of dominance, anger, depression, dependence, fear, substance use, multiple medical problems or suicide attempts, calls to the police or visits to the ER or shelter, but not domination itself. Given the abstraction of these effects from their context, it is unsurprising that more attention is paid to the personality and behavior of victims than to what perpetrators do.” (2)

*Femicide is to be understood as the physical or metaphorical killing of a female, of her unique female identity through direct or covert acts of domination and coercive control.

(1) O’Toole, Mary Ellen, PhD; “….And Then There Was Charlottesville….“, Violence and Gender; Vol. 4, Issue 3; Sept 1, 2017; pg. 67-68
(2) Stark, Evan. Coercive Control: The entrapment of women in personal life. New York. Oxford University Press. (2007) pg. 106
(3) Ball, Philip. Unmasking Organized Crime Networks With Data. July 9, 2013

The Xs and Os of the Abusive Male Personality

Xs and Os of Love
“I am sorry honey, but you can’t say or do that.”

“Why would a man want to use radio frequency brain stimulation to control and subdue their wives?” That is, uncontrolled electro shock stimulation to punish and thwart opportunity. The reason why a perp would want to use forms of radio frequency in order to coercively control freedom of thought and action of a female requires an understanding on how battered women, who are dependent upon their husbands, interact with them. Psychiatrist Alexandra Symonds believed that the “dependent personality interacts with the aggressive, arrogant, vindictive personality in a mutually satisfying way.” It is the dominant aggressive personality interacting with the subordinate and submissive personality. If you could turn an otherwise independent woman, dependent, by battering her with electro shock stimulation, thereby acquiring the reigns of subjective power and control, you could create a woman who could interact with an otherwise aggressive, arrogant, vindictive personality in satisfying way for the male batter. This attempt at coercive control would completely obliterating any conflict arising out of descention; opposition to his will. The subject is now under the control of an abusive male personality who can direct and appropriate the woman’s power for their own creative benefits. Symonds’ opinion clearly details how dependent women and aggressive men have historically interacted:

“In 1979, psychiatrist Alexandra Symonds, published an unusually candid article. When her profession dealt with families “where the main disturbance was violence against the wife or sweetheart,” she observed, they focused on how the women provoked their husbands, or how the women were getting satisfaction in some obscure way by being beaten.” (1)(pg. 112)

These notions and ideas that focused blame on the women, are some antiquated ways of thinking based in myth in what Bram Dijkstra believed were fantasies of feminine evil that took shape in the art and literature of the fin de seicle culture, and to which he wrote about in his book “Idols of Perversity.” (2) The idea that women were wiley and wanton opponents represented as female tigers in artwork and the idea that “therapeutic rape” was the answer to assuage her “restless animal spirit” were all put forth to bolster and prove man’s sexual prowess through his masculine magical mojo.

“Establishing mastery over another independent adult in personal life is complex and difficult work for which there are no guide books, not even for “dummies.””(1)(pg. 231) It is for this reason that who ever went through the meticulous details of outfitting me with radio frequency devices that respond to, and broadcast radio signals, or work in conjunction with some type of “buddy box” system, did so in the first degree with premeditated awareness.

“If women did not have the power, resources, relative equality, and creative capacity that comprise their agency, men would not work so hard to capture and redirect if for their personal benefit.” (1)(pg. 232) Lets rephrase that, if a woman did not have the power, resources, relative equality, and creative capacity that comprise her agency, men would not work so hard to capture and redirect if for their own personal creative benefits. Independent and capable women with well developed skill sets, and who are widely recognized in a community, are often the targets of male abusers simply because their wills are well developed, with a strong sense of capacity, agency, autonomy, and independence. Let’s ask the question, “How could a man benefit from harnessing the freedom and free will of another female?” There are a myriad of ways a male could benefit from possessing the subjective power over a female. One way, is unrestrained access to the procreative act. Male predators often use illicit substances to subdue and control women. Acts of targeting and grooming females in attempts to appropriate and utilize sex have been used by male students on college campuses. (3) Additionally, white, wafer thin female bodies are typically associated with “socioeconomic advantage.” A stereotype, I know, but likewise, black, fat or overweight female bodies are associated with “socioeconomic disadvantage,” and humiliation is another way a perpetrator would benefit from gaining subjective power over his targeted victim. Humiliation is a strategy in the tool box of coercive control. All men and women possess at least some level of narcissism, and women can be very critical about their bodies. Humiliating a female who may be perceived as “socioeconomically advantaged” by her thin, well-maintained stature, and who is tortured through the onslaught of electro shock stimulation to the brain can cause creeping obesity. Yet the creeping obesity would not be looked at in terms of a side effect to electo shock stimulation. It may be viewed in terms of the subject’s age and socioeconomic status rather than a by-product of domestic terrorism and torture.** This is an example of how the subtlety of coercive control can remain hidden and veiled from public knowledge, like the breadth of an iceberg whose pinnacle can only be observed. Microregulation/Microsurveillance of the female’s activities is another tool in the tool box of coercive control. Microregulation/Microsurveillance brings the female subject under the controlling wishes of the abusive male partner/predator. By micromanaging her time and activities the perpetrator binds the reigns of control even tighter. Interestingly enough, an element of coercive control lies in the dimension of close proximity to the subject. If you think about it in terms of crime, a police officer cannot arrest and detain a criminal living in Chicago if he himself is located in New York city. Close proximity to the criminal must be established first, if the police officer is ever to hope for an arrest. He may contact the authorities in the city of Chicago and alert them of the criminal’s whereabouts. Likewise, coercive control over a female subject through the use of electromagnetic frequency stimulation possess the same elements and dimension; a mandatory close proximity to the target.

A piece of literature written in 1972 by Ira Levin, The Stepford Wives, outlined the idea of narcissistic controlling men taking over the free will of their fawning, submissive, and impossibly beautiful wives through ulterior means. These women were reduced to docile, mindless, robots through poisons and/or mind control. A source lists this piece of literature as a “satirical” thriller but it is any thing but funny. Mind control methods exist and they have been used by both governments, medical therapies, and independent controlling individuals. The scope of this discussion focuses on the use of advanced methods by abusive male heterosexual partners over their women. (4)

“Metis’ Law: The normal infantile fantasies of parthenogenesis need the differentiating prohibition from the mother: you cannot be a mother now, but you, a girl, can grow up to be one, and you, a boy cannot……Men must also submit to a prohibition on their parthenogenetic fantasies – they have to become ‘those who cannot give birth.’ Castration introduces only one mode of symbolization…… This prohibition we might call ‘The Law of the Mother,’ on par in principle with ‘The Law of the Father’ in the castration complex.” (5)

It has been said the entire reason advanced technology and tools were developed were so men could acquire a womb of their own and bring forth life, birthing civilization as we know it from a metaphorical vagina; their seat of procreative power – the power of the human mind. One only need read Carol Kohn’s powerful article “Sex and Death in the Rational World of Defence Intellectuals” to come to this understanding of male paranoid fears based in sexual difference. (6)

These aforementioned references demonstrate clear and present paranoia in the minds of men who fear women’s capacity to be independent and autonomous because they themselves feel weak, powerless, possessing feelings of inferiority and insecurity. These attacks by male predators, wound the female at the “breast,” in a coup d’etat of her image and symbolic, their nurturing source of her procreative power, at the power of her sexual identity. (7) By harnessing or oppressing creative thought, free will and movement of a woman, this would place a targeted individual at a clear and distinct disadvantage by starving off her access to modes of independence she so desperately needs to be a differentiated human being in full control of her body and who has access to it. In game theory one might use the analogy of bringing an opponents “King/Queen” into “check.” It’s equivalent to playing dirty in a card game, where the odds become obliterated and the deck stacked in favor of the cheating party; the male perpetrator gaining control of the female victim.

** Typically abusive male partners who perpetrate domestic terrorism may microregulate their spouses diet by micromanaging what and how much she eats. I think men have a tendency to perfer their wive’s bodies well-maintained for the most part. Therefore, it is a common practice to see these men deprive their wives of food. There are other types of men who carry out abuses against women and who encourage them to overeat. These men are called “feeders” and their personalities are usually tied to a type of sexual deviance or sexual perversion that is tied to sadomasochistic bondage and torture. These men will have their overweight partners asphyxiate them with the pressure of their body weight in foreplay before or after sex. Although I lack the empirical research, it is my opinion, that abusive females will humiliate their target victims as well (usually other females) in a similar manner, by undermining their exercise routines and sabotaging their diets, perhaps even through the use of elctromagnetic frequency stimulation (radio waves). I believe these behaviors to be tied to the sadistic enjoyment of watching one’s opponent fail, but the game play is unfairly played and the playing field uneven. Manipulations and exploitations may be used to create their wished for fantasies, making these fantasies become their reality and humiliating their victims. The effects of electromagnetic frequency stimulation can be compared to the use of illicit substances that are used to hi-jack a person’s sense of agency to self-govern effectively. Electromagnetic frequency stimulation can be used to lower a person’s defenses and it can negatively impact protective thinking allowing for the dismissive conduct of the female and further misogynistic treatment to her and her personhood.

(1) Stark, Evan. Coercive Control: The entrapment of women in personal life. New York. Oxford University Press. (2007)

(2) Dijsktra, Bram. Idols of Perversity: Fantasies of feminine evil in the fin de seicle culture. London. Oxford University Press. (1986)

(3) Van Brunt, Brian; Murphy, Amy; Pescara-Kovach, Lisa; Crance, Gina-Lyn. “Early Identification of Grooming and Targeting in Predatory Sexual Behavior on College Campuses.” Violence and Gender. Vol. 6, No. 1. (March 11, 2019)

(4) Levin, Ira. The Stepford Wives. New York. Random House. (1972)

(5) Mitchell, Juilet. Mad Men and Medusas: Reclaiming hysteria in sibling relationships. New York. Basic Books. (2000)

(6) Kohn, Carol. “Sex and Death in the Rational World of Defence Intellectuals,” in The Woman Question, ed. Mary Evans (London: Sage, 1994), pp. 118-137.

(7) Jacobs, Amber. On Matricide: Myth, psychoanalysis, and the law of the mother. New York. Columbia University Press. (2007)

The Proximate Cause and Effect of Outcomes Known as Distal Effect

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An image of a diagram that describes the distal effects of pollution at the community level.

Distal Effects – A proximate cause is an event which is closest to, or immediately responsible for causing, some observed result. This exists in contrast to a higher-level ultimate cause (or distal cause) which is usually thought of as the “real” reason something occurred.

In most crimes, we work backward from the outcome to those responsible. Money is missing from the till, and we look for the thief. Control often is literally hidden “behind closed doors.” In addition, as emphasized, it can also be difficult to detect because its means and effects merge with behaviors widely associated with women’s and children’s devalued status in personal life – being deferential, thrifty, thin, and unnoticed. Also, coercive control’s means and effects can merge with behaviors of the dominant cultural environment, giving meaning to “class.” For example, just like being too thrifty or thin is associated with some women’s behaviors, so too can being overweight, unemployed, sedentary, and dependent. These traits can be associated with “genetic inheritance.”

The use of electromagnetic frequency against a subject/victim, a target for grooming behavior, can be very difficult to detect and uncover as well. First, electromagnetic frequency waves are invisible. Second, the onset of agitation or lethargy in a subject/victim may be observed but the reason for its occurrence misdiagnosed allowing the cause to perpetuate in the environment of the subject/victim. This obstruction, this ambiguity in the viewing details by those witnessing behaviors, can and will completely obliterate any truth to the proximate cause and effect thereby thwarting uncovering the real meaning behind the crime and giving meaning to its distal effect.

Strategic analysis assumes that our behavioral repertoires in these and other nontrivial facets of everyday life are relatively consistent, have identifiable temporal and spatial dimensions, and are unintelligible apart from the matrix of power in which they arise, the norms to which they respond, the relative benefits and sanctions they elicit in specific social and historical contexts, and the general consequences they effect. The proximate means and motives by which these strategies are implemented are a function of individual personalities, preferences, and situational variables as well as of their perceived efficacy, and the tactics selected tend to be spatially diffuse and highly individualized. Moreover, the pattern that makes these behaviors strategic is recognizable largely in retrospect. What marks behaviors as strategic is their collective reality, aggregate consequence, and the extent to which the link that joins this reality to its consequences is mediated by structural dimensions of the economy, polity, and civil life.

The subset of collective behaviors that encompasses how men and women constitute themselves as such, how they “do” masculinity and femininity in a particular epoch at the range of sites where gender takes on its social meaning, including school, work, family, and intimate relationships. The substantive benefits/losses persons derive or experience from enacting these strategies constitute their “materiality.”

Thus, the “materiality of coercive control” refers to the tangible and symbolic visible results that men take advantage of, and to which are accrued from dominating and exploiting their female partners. The substantive deprivations women and children suffer can be observed, but difficult to clearly define. This “materiality” can be defined as the benefits and losses that constitutes the gender politic. When the dominant gender enacts power over the subordinates, seldom does anyone consider electromagnetic frequency torture. This can mark the silencing imposed on individuality and the silencing of their sexuality as a part of their personhood.

“What marks control is not who decides, but who decides who will decide; who decides what, whether, and how delegated decisions are monitored; and the consequences of making “mistakes.””

Men set out to realize their individual purpose in the world, not to become controllers. Establishing mastery over another independent adult in personal life is complex and difficult work for which there are no guide books, not even for “dummies.” If it is recognized at all, the fact of domination in personal life is usually perceived only indirectly through signs of assertion, command, dependence, and subordination in a relationship. We see a controlling or a demanding husband / relative or a servile or timid wife, but not the lines of power that join control to command.

Citation Source: 
(1) Stark, Evan. Coercive Control: The entrapment of women in personal life. New York. Oxford University Press. (2007); The Technology of Coercive Control, pg. 228-232

Framing Aspects of Coercive Control in Context to Abuse

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“Distinguishing assaults from coercive control is much more difficult, in part because there is very little documentation of the extent to which control tactics are used in abusive relationships.” (1)

Despite their clear relevance, applying the rights to liberty and equality to coercive control presents special problems. Coercive control operates in the context of an interpersonal or family ethos of need, interdependence, and other-regarding intimacy that has traditionally been hostile to liberty, equality, and legal rights. Still, the state assumes responsibility for supporting freedom and projects and ideal of justice and equality among persons to which it can be held accountable. “Rights talk” need not obscure the importance of political action so long as we distinguish access to equal rights – formal equality – from the fact that people need rights in large part because substantive inequalities persist that the state has either brought about, helped perpetuate, or tolerated. (1)

State, county, and federal policing, that is rooted in the political ethos of government regulation has traditionally been sometimes hostile to liberty, equality, and legal rights as well. America has long standing roots with the history of suppression and oppression of minority groups’ rights. This has become evident in racial profiling issues that have long established roots in the white male establishment of slavery. These fears are reciprocated by African Americans too as they claim the white man enjoys the benefits of “white privilege” fueling further hostilities and resentments. Claiming that black men have never been “born” into privilege, many organized protests have erupted into gang violence. With regard to women, it is still perpetuated when we see abuse and violence against women, who have been oppressed in one way, shape, or form through out history. Although immigrant women and women of color are disproportionately represented.

One example of subtle oppression is the long established perception in psychiatry that only women suffered from hysteria which had originally made it a gender-based mental illness that left men unaffected. Which turned out to be a complete myth. The very men who carry out violent acts of abuse against their wives and partners may be suffering from a form of violent hysteria.

“It is ironic, but necessary, then, to point out that the repressed sibling and the repressed male hysteric came together in the person of Sigmund Freud at the very outset of psychoanalysis…..I believe that the repression of male hysteria has partly led to a misdirection of psychoanalytic efforts from looking at the symptoms of hysteria to trying to replace them with an understanding of femininity in general. Feminists and psychoanalysts like myself are both heirs to, and participants in, this turn of events.” (2)

One of the ways authorities have analyzed the problems with coercive control in the personal lives of women has been summed up in the following excerpt:

“The preexistence of autonomous individuals capable of rationally calculating their self-interest without coercion is the basic conceit in democratic and market societies. Whatever the limits of this conceit, its centrality in both human rights and democratic discourse makes it useful to frame liberty as the natural endowment to be self-directing, rights as the formal entitlements to enact these liberties, and freedom as what we would or could do with liberty and rights if our access to them was unobstructed. …. In “The Imaginary Domain,” legal philosopher Drucilla Cornell adds yet another dimension to this conception, identifying the minimal conditions for freedom as an unencumbered will – the right to choose; a deliberative capacity, the ability to weigh alternatives according to their relative costs and benefits; and a domain of free movement -the possibility of taking our purpose into the world, of acting without constraint. Persons who lack these prerequisites cannot transform themselves into individuated beings who can participate in public and political life as equal citizens. In jeopardizing these prerequisites, in stifling their liberty and obstructing access to rights, coercive control prevents women form practicing freedom. This is the essential wrong that demands correction.” (2)

“Women’s social position presented unique challenges to a traditional human rights framework.” (1) Stifling women’s liberty and obstructing access to rights sets women (and other individuals who are manipulated through coercive control) at a higher risk for further victimization. “In its most recent iteration, human rights theory adapts a broad notion of gender violence that includes isolation, limitations on autonomy, and other prominent features I have identified here with coercive control; highlights the causal role of battering in perpetuating sexual inequality and discrimination; posits an affirmative responsibility for states to intervene; and identifies community-level activism as a critical tool in pressuring states to act and, in lieu of state action, in directly preserving women’s autonomy.” (1)

The state must act on reports of electromagnetic torture. The use of electromagnetics to coercively control people, in particularly women who may become the future targets of sexual assaults, human trafficking, and other forms of usury. Furthermore, the use of electromagnetic stimulation to obstruct a person’s clairsentience*, that is their innate ability to perceive danger, can further support and perpetuate not just criminal victimization through theft, but physical and sexualized violence as well.

“Asymmetry in sexual power gives men (but rarely women) the social facility to use coercive control to entrap and subordinate partners. Men and women are unequal in battering not because they are unequal in their capacities for violence but because sexual discrimination allows men privileged access to the material and social resources needed to gain advantage in power struggles.” (1)

The same techniques of denial a substance abuser would use to avert responsibility to continue using are the same techniques of denial the abusive partner will use to push blame on to the spouse or intimate partner he/she is blaming and abusing. Victim blaming is a big part of the tools used in the abuser’s tool box. Aspect to coercive control are an interplay of various tactics some of which are veiled forces in the victim’s physical environment like electromagnetic frequency which is used to intimidate, isolate, and control a partner/victim. (see advancements in psychiatry; TranscranialMagnetic Stimulation (TMS), Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS), convulsive shock therapy (CST) and spinal cord simulators and the historical development of electricity and radio waves. These applied medical therapies have been used to directly twart my sleep patterns, have placed me in states of lowered conscious awareness, have kept me in bed for hours. At the same time the perp enjoys a clandestine veiled seat which hides his/her identity.

The deconstruction of a woman’s autonomy takes us full circle back to the “cage” analogy with which we began a theoretical discussion of coercive control. Taking this analogy too literally masks the dynamic interplay of agency, coercive control, victimization, and resistance in the lives of battered women. Women’s sense of efficacy offers women an important defense against depression and submission.

“Predators use coercion and grooming behaviors to lower the defenses of the target and increase their vulnerability to sexual violence. Predators seek to lessen a victim’s ability to advocate for personal safety and disempower them from bringing concerns forward to authorities. These behaviors also occur in social settings where the targets are softened through environmental factors such as unrestricted access to mass quantities of alcohol, parties with limited exits or lacking quiet, safe places to check in with supportive friends, and the saturation of misogynistic or sexually charged posters, music, or visual displays.” (3)

*Clairsentience, which means clear sensing, is the ability to feel the present, past or future physical and emotional states of others, without the use of the normal five senses. Typically considered a form of “psychic” reading, I define it as the emotional intelligence of sensing another person’s presence in an immediate area and where that person’s presence may be veiled or hidden. An evolutionary adaption that is based in the “advantage” of eluding stalking and eventually being eaten by a predator and to which this sense assists intuitive decision making.

(1) Stark, Evan. Coercive Control: The entrapment of women in personal life. New York. Oxford University Press. (2007).
(2) Mitchell, Juilet. Mad Men and Medusas: Reclaiming hysteria. New York. Basic Books. (2000).
(3) Van Brunt, Brian; Murphy, Amy; Pescara-Kovach, Lisa; and Crance, Gina-Lyn. Early Identification of Grooming and Targeting in Predatory Sexual Behavior on College Campuses. Violence and Gender. Vol. 6, No. 1, (March 11, 2019).

The Psychoanalysis of Internalized Imaginary Warfare

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“Primitive sadism reaches its height in the oral and anal phases, where the infant projects his/her hate on to the breast….To ward off anxiety, the child in his/her earliest defense mechanism splits the object into a good part and a bad part. …. This is the defensive operation of splitting this object into a good part and a bad part that provides the basis for the primitive superego. This primitive superego is persecutory and savage in nature, consisting of the projected and introjected sadism of the child itself. It is this condition that Klein calls the paranoid schizoid position: paranoid fear of the devouring attacks of the mother and schizoid (splitting) defense mechanisms to cope with the anxiety generated.” (1)

Movies and TV shows like “Bad Moms” and “Good Girls” may demonstrate frustrated, financially challenged aspects of lower-middle social class living. Demonstrating the unequal distribution of power, income, and employment opportunities in the roles of gender economics. Frustrated by their struggle, they turn to antisocial modes of behavior. These behaviors may include prostitution, drug dealings, embezzling, and drinking before 5:00 pm. Part of the prejudice laid against women is the notion that all wives/mothers are expected to be perfect, chaste, obedient, and silent as the driven snow, these lunar “satellites” (the counter-part accessories) to their “Sun Gods” (dominant male patriarchy). That if her words or actions are inappropriately perceived or viewed by an audience, then her actions have made a “negative” impact on the ones who “own her” (husband/family). Making a mark against the family name is considered taboo.

“Torture, kidnapping, and brainwashing are rare events that leave no doubt in a victim’s mind about the risk. But the core tactics in coercive control build on practices that are governed by gender norms in relationships, such as ceding major financial decisions to men or quitting work to “make a home,” or target devalued activities to which women are already consigned, like cooking, cleaning, and child care. When men extend these prerogatives in an abusive regimen by monitoring a partner’s every expenditure, appropriating her credit card, or requiring detailed menus …. , there is enormous ambiguity about where appropriate expectations end and risk begins, even if the woman feels unsafe. Outside observers share this confusion. The injection of high levels of fear into the ordinary round of daily life and the difficulty in fixing its source are among the most remarkable features of coercive control.” (2)

A major contributing factor to the “appropriate expectations” element in the coercive control of domestic violence, are the extreme standards of conduct placed on the wife/spouse and kids. These attitudes are tied closely to narcissism. In fact it has been hypothesized that this elemental personality trait was a contributing factor to the control and dominance of Hitler over the German Nazi army. These imposed extreme standards of expectation on the Nazi soldiers, a standardized way of living and how a group was to represent itself, was what German nationalism was all about. Thus, a major focus by many German Nazi soldiers were in their appearances and households; clean, neat, orderly, respectable. This impact had such far reaching consequences as German soldiers forsook the emotional health of their children in order to make “appearances.” Their message: “Germans were in no way ‘filthy animals.'” You see the irony this perceived image truly represents, the smoke and mirrors of an illusion or trick of an eye that attempted to elude a cognitive acceptance that Germans were somehow not based in the nature of the human condition. This acceptance represents the heart of the narcissistic condition. Was this the image that Nazi Germany really came to ultimately represent? Is this the image that the entirety of the human race will come to represent after our extinction? Perfectly manufactured barbie doll families, in perfectly well fit clothing, living in perfectly well groomed lawns in middle class suburbia and, in no way tied to its true organism’s classification in rank and file; Animalia. Or will anybody even remember the human race was ever here?

“Suffice it to say….that tactics to regulate the most obvious facets of female gender – how women look (such as picking out their clothes or destroying clothes that are sexy) clean, cook, care for or discipline their children, whether they work, how they make love, and to whom and so on – are routinely complemented by less transparent forms of gender debasement, such as regulating which shows they are allowed to watch on TV or forcing them to watch pornography to “see how it should be done.” …. Women are still judged as more or less competent by how they perform their second shift. Nowhere is this more evident than in family court, where women’s failures as homemakers are highlighted while men’s neglect of domestic work is rarely considered a relevant factor in determining their fitness to parent.” (2)

Hence, this narcissistic mentality based in social Darwinism is sometimes often found even in US military agencies, groups, and personnel. It is based in the control and dominance issues found in our species survival, the illusion that makes “real animals” presentable, which is part of the manufacturing of propaganda (consent) of maintaining order and security through brut military force. A much needed aspect in maintaining peace and tranquility of a nation, but one that can sometimes become distorted through a warped mirror or glass. The by-product of Germany’s subtle coercive acts based in narcissistic attitudes during the World War II era were witnessed in public political demonstrations of anger against the state of Germany by Nazi WWII offspring, the now grown children to German Nazi officials during the 1960s. (3) It was also witnessed here on US college campuses with public political demonstrations against the Vietnam War in the 1960s and early 1970s, and to which was written and discussed in the book entitled The Narcissistic Condition. This book also discusses student and teacher interactions in urbanized school systems as well as aspects of alienated persons by poverty or lowered socioeconomic advantage in human development. (4)

This is important and critical to know what the “cage” represents in terms of coercive control of women by men in acts of domestic terrorism. “As long as the way the “cage” operates remains invisible to the outside observer we omit the strategic intelligence that complements these acts with structural constraints which organizes them into patterns of abuse and oppression that give these acts particular meaning to the perpetrators who utilize them.” (2)

A critical aspect in the domestic terrorism that humiliates women(or individuals) is the attempt to disable them through electromagnetic frequency signals to the brain and body. This tactic will be a slowly debilitating process and one that will ultimately question her(or the individuals) “mental capacity.” The aspects to her newly presented personhood may even be put on display, perhaps even challenged to a viewing audience through a major criminal conspiracy and publicized seduction. Given its abstract construction, is it any surprise that more attention will be paid to the personality and behavior of the victim than to the techniques that are being employed by the perpetrators conducting the criminal seduction? This makes disarming these perpetrators difficult because some of the control techniques are veiled and clandestine. How is one to describe what energy is, or even how to draw it on paper. If an invisible force reigned down from the heavens and knocked you off your feet, how would you describe it if it had no image or physical characteristics based in the a psychical world of visionary perception? This makes communication even more difficult when the victim is at a clear and distinct cognitive disadvantage. This is an attempt to discredit the victim by rendering her a mute subject through disfigurement of verbal cognition and disfiguring both the mind and body of the victim is a violent sheer blow to their individual’s ego.

(1) Jacobs, Amber. On Matricide: Myth, psychoanalysis, and the law of the mother. New York. Columbia University Press. (2007); quote from pg.79
(2) Stark, Evan. Coercive Control: The entrapment of women in personal life. New York. Oxford University Press. (2007); pg. 210 and pg. 211
(3) Santner, Eric L. Stranded Objects: Mourning, memory and film in postwar Germany. Ithaca, New York. Cornell University Press. (1990); no page reference available.
(4) Nelson, Marie Coleman. The Narcissistic Condition: A fact of our lives and times. New York. Human Sciences Press. (1977); on and around pg. 216 and also Chapter 6 on The Existential Psychotherapy of Alienated Persons.