Monday, 30 May 2011

Relational Abuse

Relational Abuse

Betrayal – Where the abuser breaks agreements with the victim.
Exclusion/Solitude – Where the abuser prevents the victim from socializing with the abuser's friends.
Gossip – Where the abuser tells others personal information about the victim.
Humiliation – Where the abuser humiliates or shames the victim in front of others.
Lies – Where the abuser lies about the victim to others.

Sunday, 29 May 2011

Out on the Tiles (for the Book)

Dream sequence, not so much "out on the tiles" but crawling over a flimsy superstructure without any walls and somebody else wanted to join me. "Get off!" I shouted, the whole Edifice will collapse.

edifice | edfs | n. LME. [(O)Fr. edifice f. L aedificium, f. aedis, aedes (see next) + -fic- var. of fac- stem of facere make.] 1 A building, esp. a large and stately one; fig. a large and complex construction (freq. abstract). LME. 2 The process of building; architectural style. L16-M17.
1 H. JAMES He had been livingin an edifice of red brick, with granite copings and an enormous fan-light over the door. R. M. PIRSIG One logical slip and an entire scientific edifice comes tumbling down.

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Monday, 23 May 2011

Right to Privacy

"Every individual has a right to privacy comprising:

(a) a right to be free from harassment and molestation; and

(b) a right to privacy of personal information, communications, and documents."

The Younger Committee in 1970 stated that:

"privacy is a basic need, essential to the development and maintenance both of a free society and of a mature and stable individual personality."

But the Younger Committee thought that a general right of privacy would create uncertainty. Instead of creating a general right, they took the view that:

"[the] best way to ensure regard for privacy is to provide specific and effective sanctions against clearly defined activities which unreasonably frustrate the individual in his search for privacy."

The principal areas of complaint with regard to intrusions into privacy were identified by the Younger Committee as:

(a) unwanted publicity - by the press and broadcasting

(b) misuse of personal information - By e.g. banks, employers, educational institutions (student records), credit rating agencies

(c) intrusions on home life - E.g. neighbours, landlords, press.

(d) intrusion in business life - E.g. industrial espionage including trade secrets

To these listed may also be added in the public sector such matters as:

(a) intrusion in the course of the administration of the criminal law

(b) the misuse of information held by public authorities

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Thoughts on Personality

Thoughts on Personality
If you stick too much to your own personality, you fall victim to the limits of type. However, if I depart too far from type I become unhappy and even small departures e,g. from INTP to ENTJ incurs a terrible amount of stress. To behave like an ESFJ would drive me CRAZY. I am not cut out to be a Guard or a White Van Driver.

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

Corporation Gang Stalking

What is Gang Stalking?

A Simple Definition

Under Occupational Health and Safety laws, individuals are being flagged and placed on community notification lists. This is happening without the targets knowledge. In many countries these community notifications are being used by companies and others to target innocent individuals such as whistle-blowers, the outspoken, etc. In conjunction with these notifications, companies and others are in some cases using a practice that was used in the former soviet union called the psychiatric reprisal. This is used as a means of retaliation, blacklisting, silencing, or controlling members of society. Once on the notification system, warnings about the targets are sent out to every individual the target comes in contact with, thus poisoning their associations, and socially annexing the targeted individual.


The lictor (possibly from Latin: ligare, "to bind") was a member of a special class of Roman civil servant, with special tasks of attending and guarding magistrates of the Roman Republic and Empire who held imperium, the right and power to command; essentially, a bodyguard.

A minder. Turn the Minder against the renegade King.