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    Posted April 16, 2013 by
    DannyH
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    Laval, Quebec
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    Influence of the Mind

     

    A page about influence of the mind, repetitive suggestions to commit suicide or retaliate when abused or being inflicted with intentional damages.

    INTRODUCTION

    Influence of the mind is a Suicide Factor and a Rage Shooting Factor.

    Influence of the Mind - influence of the mind can consist of using several suicide factors to push a person to suicide, repetitive suggestion to commit suicide, or using steps or patterns that lead to suicide.

    Canadian Criminal Code
    227. Repealed, 1999, c. 5, s. 9
    Killing by influence on the mind
    228. No person commits culpable homicide where he causes the death of a human being
    (a) by any influence on the mind alone, or
    (b) by any disorder or disease resulting from influence on the mind alone,
    but this section does not apply where a person causes the death of a child or sick person by wilfully frightening him.

    RAMPAGES AND RAGE SHOOTINGS

    Influence of the mind is a suicide factor that deals with repetitive suggestions, increasing suicide factors to push a person to suicide, and steps or patterns that lead to suicide. It is similar for rage shooting factors but with the intention of pushing a person to commit a rage shooting. It can involve different ideas or Ideation of being seen when isolated and abused through organized crime, and organize crime Strategy.

    I Influence of the Mind - influence of the mind is a suicide factor that deals with repetitive suggestions, increasing suicide factors to push a person to suicide, and steps or patterns that lead to suicide. It is similar for rage shooting factors but with the intention of pushing a person to commit a rage shooting and different ideas or I Ideation of being seen when isolated and abused through organized crime.
    I Ideation - can consists of ideas of being seen when committing a terrible crime, a rage shooting, when a citizen is targeted through organized crime, isolated, abused, and slowly pushed to homelessness. (links to Marie-France Hirigoyen abuse strategy and possible links to several rage shootings, Marc Lepine, Cho)
    R Retaliation or "Hitting Back" - retaliation is linked to a damage that has been inflicted, financial loss, loss of employment, repetitive humiliation, a loss of honor, smear campaign, pushed to homelessness, inflicting serious illness or cancer.
    S Strategy - emotional abusers use strategy to destabilize targeted citizens so that they lash in anger or rage only to look deranged and aggressive. Aggressiveness, looking deranged, or violent is linked to strategies that involve smear campaigns and repression. Pushing people to anger, rage, and violence is linked to creating justification to repress them and justification for any resulting rage shooting to advocate gun control for a defenseless population.
    P Provocation - provocation, threats, abuse can be linked to rampages and rage shootings. Strategy, using abuse or inflicting a damage and using provocation to push targeted citizens to violence, a rampage, or rage shooting to create justification for repression or gun control.

    The criminal harassment network that I have been documenting in Canada uses influence of the mind for three different goals:
    1. Suicides 2. Subjugation 3. Rage Shootings
    1. pushing victims to suicide, step by step using suicide factors, depression, psychological manipulation, and repetitive suggestions to kill yourself or hang yourself
    2. for subjugation, step by step towards homelessness, ideation about organized crime and subjugation through organized crime
    3. pushing targeted citizens to commit terrible crimes, through psychological manipulation, abuse, repetitive suggestions of retaliation, and symbolism clues that a crime has been committed through influence of the mind."

    The stereotypes and abuse are linked to denial, bullying, mobbing, workplace psychological harassment, and criminal harassment networks* aka organized crime. Organized crime is causing these rage shootings, and advocates a defenseless population through stereotypes and rhetoric that is easier to repress and oppress .

    [*] criminal harassment networks, the mob, are linked to Influence of the Mind and related organized crime acts of terror to advocate a defenseless population.
    [*] causes: 1. Trapped or Corned 2. Abuse Strategy (Marie-France Hirigoyen) 3. Damage, Provocation, Rampage 4. Influence of the Mind .. Ideation, Strategy, Retaliation and Hitting Back, Repetitive Humiliation, Bullying, Mobbing, ..

    Damage, Provocation, Rampage A Rage Shooting Factor
    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-955501
    The movie scene illustrates a strategy, psychological harassment and manipulation to  cause a rampage or rage shooting through inflicting a damage,  provocation, rampage. The video clip even illustrates a common news report "we don't know what caused this rampage". The first scene illustrates violence linked to provocation or ridicule and the 3rd scene illustrates the strategy "frighten the ladies".
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fR1Jxx6wcs

    ABUSE STRATEGY, According to Marie-France Hirigoyen psychiatrist the intent of many emotional abusers is to systematically "destabilize" and confuse their victims (with irrational, threatening behavior that preys on the victim's fears and self-doubts), to isolate and control them and ultimately to destroy their identity, and often emotional abuse builds over a long period of time until it becomes so unbearable that victims lash out in frustration and anger aka hitting back, only to appear unstable and aggressive themselves, which could be linked to or the cause of rage shooting and rampages.

    Often, emotional abuse builds over a long period of time until it becomes so unbearable that victims lash out in frustration and anger, only to appear unstable and aggressive themselves. -- This, according to Hirigoyen, is the intent of many abusers: to systematically "destabilize" and confuse their victims (with irrational, threatening behavior that preys on the victim's fears and self-doubts), to isolate and control them and ultimately to destroy their identity. -- psychiatrist Marie-France Hirigoyen, author of Le harcèlement moral

    Pushing people to violence consist of abuse or inflicting a damage such as financial loss, homelessness, smear campaign and criminal record, serious illness and cancer, fear linked to honor and used for repetitive humiliation, and then using provocation to push people to anger, rage, and violence so that they appear aggressive and deranged, or dangerous. Any resulting violence is used to 1) repress the targeted citizen and any rage shooting is used to 2) advocating gun control, a defenseless population, which makes citizen more vulnerable to abuse, hidden abuse, tyranny and censorship, and subjugation through organized crime.

    "The criminal harassment also involves abuse, degradation, repetitive humiliation, and inflicting damages to provoke victims and tries to manipulate them to "hit back", retaliation, violence, and gun violence."

    see the Rage Shooting Factors page for more.

    SUICIDES

    Megan Meier and Jamey Robemeyer Links to Suicide Through Influence of the Mind, Bullying and Suicide Prevention - CNN iReport
    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-731599
    An article and video about bullying, Megan Meier, Jamey Robemeyer, links with suicides through the influence of the mind, and suicide prevention.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srmS0dkyyWg

    Jamey Rodemeyer
    Anti-Gay rhetoric is linked to suicides because of the rejection and hate. In a video Jamey Rodemeyer states he couldn't "escape it", the hate, and it overwhelmed him.

    Megan Meier's
    Psychological manipulation was involved in Megan Meier's suicide, a series of steps that lead to her suicide.
    [1] An adult mother of another teenager posing as a 16 year old boy, a new friend;
    [2] Not wanting to be friends anymore because "Megan is not nice to her friends", psychological crisis;
    [3] The boy leads the start of insults on Megan with other teenagers, mobbing[m];
    [4] The boy states "the world would be a better place without Megan", mobbing[m];
    [5] Megan commits suicide.
    1. new friend, 2. crisis linked to rejection, 3. rejection and mobbing, 4. kill yourself? "the world would be a better place without Megan", 5. Megan commits suicide

    Danny Hunt
    This is what a criminal harassment network and organized crime did to me, a form of assassination attempt through influence of the mind.
    I was the victim of workplace psychological harassment, depressed, burnout, followed by a criminal harassment network "you have no future, your future is in the garbage, you are eating garbage, kill yourself, hang yourself, the homeless are in the anus, you are in the anus", I felt purposeless, very negative thoughts about the future from this influence, I was led to believe I caused the death of someone when a minor, the brother's voice of this person was used to "bring me down" further, hate, the criminal harassment network influenced my perception and lead me to believe everyone wanted me to die, "I couldn't escape the hate", repetitive suggestion that I should hang myself, sound technology and repetitive suggestion that I should hang myself, psychological manipulation through sound technology and steps that lead to suicide, "make a plan", "call Denis", a last step before the act of suicide, steps and motion towards suicide, and a hanging attempt.

    Canadian Criminal Code
    227. Repealed, 1999, c. 5, s. 9
    Killing by influence on the mind
    228. No person commits culpable homicide where he causes the death of a human being
    (a) by any influence on the mind alone, or
    (b) by any disorder or disease resulting from influence on the mind alone,
    but this section does not apply where a person causes the death of a child or sick person by wilfully frightening him.

    Criminal Harassment Network Linked to Suicides - CNN iReport
    ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-731465

    Jamey Rodemeyer, Anti-Gay Rhetoric linked to Hate Causes Psychological Harm and Suicides - CNN iReport
    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-678357
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwZT_ePreu4

    Jamey Rodemeyer
    The hate Jamey was subjected to overwhelmed his ability to keep reminding himself that he was a beautiful person, leading to a suicide.
    [1] "people would just constantly send me hate, telling me that gay people go to hell" [m]
    [2] "people would be like faggot fag, they taunt me in the hallways, and I felt like I could never escape it"

    Anti-Gay Rhetoric Causes Psychological Harm and Suicides - CNN iReport
    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-636548
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSchCMB4Q-g

    [1] ANTI-GAY QUOTES from the video:
    - Reparative Therapy based on the theory that gay people can be turned into heterosexuals through a combination of prayer and will power;
    - The gay and lesbian lifestyle is personal bondage, personal despair, and personal enslavement;
    - It's a sad life;
    - It's part of Satan;
    - Individuals who have gone into the lifestyle have been abused at one time in their life, either by a male or female;
    - As if we need to understand that barbarians need to be educated. They need to be disciplined and just because someone feels it or thinks it doesn't mean that we are supposed to go down that road;
    -----
    [2] IT GETS BETTER thoughts of acceptance/rejection and suicide video:
    [1] ANTI-GAY QUOTES aka RHETORIC and [2] IT GETS BETTER thoughts of acceptance, rejection, and suicide. Rejection and hate are linked to suicides. Conclusion, anti-gay rhetoric causes psychological harm and suicides.

    see the Suicide Factors page for more.

    PSYCHOLOGY TODAY ARTICLES

    I'll Have What She's Having
    http://www.psychologytoday.com/collections/201304/ill-have-what-shes-having
    How do others affect what you do? Don't kid yourself, the people around you influence what you eat, how you work, and what you do.

    Mimicry, Motivation, and How Company Culture Gets Built One Face at a Time
    http://www.psychologytoday.com/collections/201304/ill-have-what-shes-having/motivation-is-contagious
    Our minds are wired to mimic facial expressions—whether we perceive them in person, on a television screen or on a cardboard box—so when we see a smile we’re more likely to smile ourselves. This tendency to imitate expressions is one reason comedies seem funnier when viewed in movie theaters and sporting events are more exciting when we’re sitting in the stands. Emotions are contagious. The more people we see expressing a particular feeling, the more likely we are to adopt it ourselves, amplifying it in the process.

    Men's Nonverbals Increase Women’s Attractiveness
    http://www.psychologytoday.com/collections/201304/ill-have-what-shes-having/mens-nonverbals-increase-women-s-attractiveness
    But here is another factor: A man’s nonverbal behavior toward a woman might actually trigger her to behave in a more sexually attractive manner! -- In a clever study by social psychologists Mark Snyder, Beth Tanke, and Ellen Berscheid men were led to believe that they were talking on the telephone with either an attractive or an unattractive woman (they were shown photographs). The nonverbal behavior of the women was measured during the phone conversation. If the men believed they were talking to an attractive woman, their belief was conveyed through tone of voice to the woman, who then began behaving in a more sexually attractive manner. -- This research is consistent with the well-known Pygmalion Effect, which states that our expectations about others can be subtly conveyed through nonverbal cues. In the classic Pygmalion study, school children whose teachers thought they were smarter than the others (they were actually randomly assigned) actually performed better academically due to the teacher’s expectations. In the same way, the male callers’ impressions were subtly conveyed to the women via nonverbal cues. -- What are the implications? If a person is treated as if they are sexually attractive (or smart, or funny, or whatever) they will behave in a manner consistent with how they are treated. Beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder — and that beholder’s eye can affect our sexual attractiveness.

    5 Realities About Depression That Make It Highly Contagious
    http://www.psychologytoday.com/collections/201304/ill-have-what-shes-having/5-realities-about-depression-make-it-highly-contagious
    The following list of the five main attributes of depression clarify five ways that one family member's depression can inadvertently spread to their loved ones. The negative cognitive triad, Negative energy, Social isolation, Learned helplessness, Dominant-Submission interactions..

    Are Your Friends a Bad Influence On You?
    http://www.psychologytoday.com/collections/201304/ill-have-what-shes-having/are-your-friends-bad-influence
    Well, friends who are bad influences is not just an adolescent cliche. Your grown-up friends can lead you astray. Here are two key questions to ask yourself if you suspect you are still running with the wrong crowd:

    Do We Eat More or Less Food When We Dine with Overweight Companions?
    http://www.psychologytoday.com/collections/201304/ill-have-what-shes-having/dining-friends
    They argue that even subtle contextual factors can influence our food choices in ways we don't expect.

    Media Stories of Goodness Inspire Generosity
    http://www.psychologytoday.com/collections/201304/ill-have-what-shes-having/generating-generosity
    In a series of studies published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Karl Aquino, Marjorie Laven, and I we show that people exposed to acts of uncommon goodness or virtue were significantly more likely to behave in prosocial ways.

    Got Happiness? Social Comparison Theory Can Help!
    http://www.psychologytoday.com/collections/201304/ill-have-what-shes-having/got-happiness-social-comparison-theory-can-help
    In a nutshell, we constantly compare ourselves with others and then make judgments about the quality of our life based on these observations. We reflect on how well or bad we have it based on the perceived good or bad comparisons found among others. There are upward comparisons (i.e., observing people who seem to have it better than us when it comes to money, looks, resources, talents) and downward comparisons (i.e., observing people who seem to have it worse than we do regarding these qualities that we desire). We often feel better about ourselves and our lives when making downward comparisons and feel bad about ourselves when making upward comparisons.

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