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| "To increase awareness"|
|To raise awareness (to threats) if aired by politicians and commercially-controlled media is, in deep politics, an indicator that a false flag event might be looming.|
This assumption is supported empirically as such prophecy is more often correct than statistically justified. It is also supported by research into the criminal mind:
- White color criminals are 14-fold over-represented in leadership positions
- Given criminals' known thinking errors in their view, "raising awareness" by use of false flags is not only fully justified but an intelligent way to rule. Deception is self-enhancing for the machiavellians' or criminals' ego.
- Compartmentalization is criminals' default personality style, i.e. transient blocking out of awareness, memories, intentions, etc. Therefore, "simulation", "careful warning and preoccupation" and "action" may be split off in different parts of the same personality, with the result to "make it happen on purpose" with plausible deniability.
- This compartmentalized personality style is reflected in the organization of secret services, which both emanate the "warnings" (based on their "intelligence") and carry out false flag events.
- Hare, R. D.,Babiak, P. (2006). Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths Go to Work. New York: Regan Books. https://www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/127744-snakes-in-suits-when-psychopaths-go-to-work
- Babiak, P., Neumann, C. S., & Hare, R. D. (2010). Corporate psychopathy: Talking the walk. Behavioral sciences & the law, 28(2), 174-193.
- Mathieu, C., Neumann, C. S., Hare, R. D., & Babiak, P. (2014). A dark side of leadership: Corporate psychopathy and its influence on employee well-being and job satisfaction. Personality and Individual Differences, 59, 83-88.
- Samenow, S. E. (2014), Inside the criminal mind, Broadway Books. avail. online as audiobook.
- Meloy, J. Reid, Ph.D.,The psychopathic mind: origins, dynamics, and treatment, Jason Aronson 2002
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