Over the past 15 months I have seen reports from people telling others to stay way clear of myself. At first I found that hurtful, than after viewing there statements and seeing whom some of these low life’s truly are. It than made perfect sense.
It is as if we have a secret. M.R Jensen knows it, we must stay clear of him, or we will be exposed. So let’s tell people to stay away from him, that he is bad for business.
Keep in mind. It can be awkward if you are hanging out with someone, and they start bad mouthing some of your mutual friends. You know the old saying, “If someone gossips to you, they will gossip about you.”
From corrupt leaders to successful bullies and criminals (and even terrorists), why does it always seem that the bad guys come out on top? I can tell you why, because There are specific psychological reasons why bad people are able to exploit others to their advantage—part of the problem is our tolerance for bad behavior, and unwillingness to intervene. There is more we can do to stop the bad and promote the good—and we should remember that biases in social perception may give the illusion that the bad guys are winning, even though they’re really not. In my case as a writer trying to do the correct thing and help expose these would be bad guys, they in return will run any interference that they can.
In my case people trying to tell others to not associate or even like my posts as a way to discredit or change the outcome of the message, has been and ongoing problem for those wanting to know or at the very least read the said truth. On the other hand most people have there own minds and come and say Evan, this persons trash talking you and I go look and sure enough it is always either someone wanting attention or someone who has previously made the Heralds paper daily news.
Why I do what I do? While I try not to self engage in conversations that tear other people down. You may not feel comfortable saying something back, but at some point, you have to stand up for your friends who aren’t there. If you don’t say something, you will become known as someone who gossips as well. I stand up for all of our friends and always have. I give that self prepared answer to any would be cheats, crooks or anyone attempting to be that sly slivery devil we have most likely all met.
Given everything that has been said so far, it is obvious that discrediting attacks, whatever their motive, generally take place under heavy disguise. First, the attacker must portray his attack as an attempt to support the order of values of society by exposing a violator who deserves to be exposed,
If this were all there were to these disguise, we might have an easier time discerning the role of discredit, domination, assertiveness and sadism in public life. But the disguise of motives is often supplemented by a far more insidious deception, one that masks the fact that an attack is taking place at all or that the journalist or attacker is the one making the attack. Journalists and other communicators often portray themselves as merely asking questions, reporting what others say or describing events, when everyone knows a verbal mugging is actually taking place that may leave the designated victim stripped of the self-defense provided by an effective image.
Fortunately, these disguises tend to be very transparent.