Archive for November 24th, 2010

Excessive Offensive Concerns

If you are in Intelligence, you have to simply forget privacy. You don’t have any. You are interrogating people and prying into everything, so there are simply no questions about yourself that you have any right to hold back.

I keep telling you about interrogation techniques. The whole basis of interrogation is that you don’t tell the person what you are after or why you ask a particular question.

Which means that you have no right to ask why someone you are responsible to wants to have a piece of information about YOU. If you are going to have a license to question people without saying why, you cannot turn around and ask why some random bit of information is asked of you.

It’s bit like the IRS. Every IRS agent’s tax return is ruthlessly audited every year.

It sounds ironic that when I was put on disability, a lot of the data used to prove my disability came from the files about why I was called in for intelligence work in the first place. My qualification became my disqualifications.

This seeming contradiction is in fact just the opposite.

One of the major reasons they gritted their teeth and called on me was because I had a conscience. You are aware that the real traitors who do the damage are psychopaths.

One of the reasons for my disability, a minor one but a good example of what I am talking about here, was called “excessive offensive concerns.” In plain language this means that I am too worried about hurting others.

A psychopath is one who has no concern at all about hurting others.

But if you spend years under pressure a virtue can become an liability, an obsession. If you are the opposite of a psychopath, you can get to the point where you are obsessed with the idea that you have hurt others.

Excessive offensive concern is a bit like low blood pressure. My doctor brother was asked what he would say to someone with low blood pressure. His ironic humor made him respond, “Well, these days the first thing I would think of saying is ‘Congratulations.’”

If you have no sense of humor or proportion, you can be offended by this. But obviously what he meant was that today high blood pressure is the cause of so much death and so many strokes that low blood pressure is close to a virtue.

In an age where psychopaths rule, they will naturally look for someone who has the opposite of psychopathy, which is called “excessive offensive concerns.”

But if a person has consistently low blood pressure he may die if it becomes too low. In his case the opposite of high blood pressure, which is what nine in ten patients actually die of, must be watched for.

In my case, as I became exhausted and pressured, the opposite of psychopathy, which was a reason they needed me, went too far. If you THINK about it, this is logical. Pressure and exhaustion will cause person with low blood pressure to become more so, and a person is who is the opposite of a psychopath will not become disqualified because his psychopath tendencies increase, but because the symptoms of being the opposite of a psychopath will increase to an unhealthy level.

It is perfectly logical that an excess of the things that qualified me would be the result of too many years and too much pressure.

To put it in less sophisticated terminology, everybody goes nuts in his own way.

Anti-whites are psychopaths or sociopaths. Once I introduced this topic, commenters started talking about how having no empathy and no feeling for of loyalty were characteristics of our society.

Once I talked about it, you got a real grasp of what you had felt was wrong:

Regarding hatred of your own people as a virtue is SICK.

A person with low blood pressure understands the importance of blood pressure. I know a lot about psychopaths because what was my problem came from its opposite.

The beginning of wisdom is irony.