Category Archives: Economics, pure theory

If you don’t know what “pure theory” in economics means, you probably won’t have an enormous interest in reading posts with this label. To make matter worse, I’m likely to make life difficult even for the technically inclined by occasionally mashing up lots of philosophical and scientific concepts in highly particular ways, making the logic tough to follow without pages of parenthetical explanations. Whatev … I write for me. But if it’s worth theorizing about, I’ll probably link in policy stuff.

“How many targeted individuals?”

Estimates seem to range between a few hundred thousand and a few million. A YouTube video even said so, so probably it’s true. This number suggests somewhere in the range of tens or hundreds of millions of active perpetrators. But … Continue reading

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Good defenses for heightening intended mental tortures when asked to stop

If you are mentally torturing someone who you have regular contact with, for the purpose of using various mental tortures and provocations for the purpose of comprising, and also potentially seeking further, means of coercion, extortion or blackmail, then there … Continue reading

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Orwell’s Big Brother on steroids-2.0

Every media you consume scanned in advance to tailor the individualized brainwashing and/or torture which is¬†inflicted in the moment you consume it. If ever trying to stray from the pre-predicted¬†path, or to some other-than-predicted news story, film, song or scientific … Continue reading

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Wu XiNao (image)

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Extortion and learned helplessness training

What they did to you, we will do to you. So … what happened? ____________________________________ What they did to you. What I did to you. We will do it. What they did to you. We will do it. Do it. … Continue reading

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The subject of “mobbing” is increasingly well studied in recent decades

As it turns out, the subject of “mobbing” is increasingly well studied in recent decades. This can be easily verified by doing an academic journal search. Considering the percentage of the population reporting being a victim of mobbing in various … Continue reading

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Organized stalking and systematic psychosocial torture, if “extort a say nothing” is not a sure thing

I participate in organized stalking at any indication of a victim of organized stalking being present. Upon meeting any person try to obtain means to “extort a say nothing” before considering to know that person, and otherwise indicate the need … Continue reading

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Hurting people is helping people #81041

This post involves random, imaginary questions about nothing at all to do with reality, a reality where only mentally ill people could believe that such things could be possible at the same time (in particular if not having a pre-courtroom-ready … Continue reading

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Methods to think out of the box

If you are unwilling to be told when to view things through the analytical lens of a strictly “rational economic actor” view, taking yourself as the actor whose interest is at stake, then you’re biased. For example, if the question … Continue reading

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Mandatory public service activities in support of a ‘million maybe leaders’

For national security and broader public wellbeing reasons, when speaking (or pretending to speak) on one’s phone one is at all times to maintain heightened vigilance for the possibility that some criminal or deviant of any sort is presently the … Continue reading

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