Friday, 18 July 2008

Fraudsters

Fraudsters

There is a group with the Keirsey allocation of **FJ which I call the Fraudians, because they believe in unconscious Feeling world of the repressed egotistic (Horseman ESFJ) cocaine habitee called Sigmund Freud, plus the instant judgement to protect their vested interests the *S*J Guardians. They are dangerous to cross because they do not act by reason and logic, but engage their feelings.

ENFJ "Beaver" (the original allocation of "Wolf" was re-allocated to ENTJ) has an external agenda and anybody he does not feel that fits it with it, he plots against. Beware of retired teachers with not enough to beaver about and do.

ESFJ "Horseman" and various variants like "Camels" and "Unicorns" are the most dangerous simple character types around. They act for personal self interest rather than an agenda. The agenda can be invented after they have acted.

ISFJ "Mouse". Ostensibly these rodents appear harmless, but they can contaminate anything with their poison pen and tongue. They act out of self interest.

INFJ "Skylark". One of the most engaging personalities around. I have not known them cause any trouble, but their problems seem intractable.

The latter two will not instigate fraud, but may turn a blind eye, or even support the fraudster out of loyalty or self interest: the mousy wife and the horse thief.

All character types have variants, like the dirty snivelling Rat (ISFJ/ISTJ).

1 comment:

Glaucus said...

If you have any doubts about what cocaine habitation can do to you, look at this drivel:

In 1940, Sigmund Freud's Das Medusenhaupt (Medusa's Head) was published posthumously. This article laid the framework for his significant contribution to a body of criticism surrounding the monster. Medusa is presented as “the supreme talisman who provides the image of castration -- associated in the child's mind with the discovery of maternal sexuality -- and its rejection. The snakes are multiple phalluses and petrifaction represents the comforting erection.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medusa