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Repression of Workplace Psychological Harassment Knowledge, Strategy and Manipulation, Linked to Repressive Regimes and Criminal Harassment Networks? - (news flash)

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One strategy of workplace psychological harassment is to engage in this behavior and emotional abuse in attempts to destabilize an employee so that they lash-out in anger only to look deranged and aggressive, through violence, uttering threats, sabotage, etc., to get rid of them. The strategy of criminal harassment networks are very similar but instead of an employer being the "workplace police" and getting rid of the employee the city police are the ones who file criminal allegations towards the victim of criminal harassment.

These criminal harassment networks use criminal harassment and psychological manipulation in attempts to use the criminal allegation charge of of uttering threats for any targeted citizen that lashes out in this way or is manipulated towards this behavior, similar to the workplace psychological harassment strategy.

This strategy may be one of the explanations for why workplace psychological harassment knowledge and human right defenders who document these issues are targeted, repressed, inflicted with cancer, etc.,

Any resulting violence is used to repress the targeted citizen and any rage shooting is used to advocate gun control. (see Rage Shooting Factors)

 

Criminal Harassment Network Strategy (Abuse Strategy) - (see Psychological Manipulation)

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