The Double-bind A Crazy-making Tactic in U.S. Government Gang Stalking
Today I was subjected to a tactic that was primarily used in the beginning of my Government Gang Stalking 16 years ago. Let me explain it.
I became familiar with it many years before my Government Gang Stalking began when I was reading widely in two subjects that fascinated me – psychology and psychoanalysis. I first heard of it when reading R.D. Laing, but later I read about it in relationship to Gregory Bateson who may have been the first to use the concept.
R.D. Laing used it in talking about schizophrenics. The point he was making in relation to it was that there is the identified patient and then there is the schizophrenic family. Later I was to read about family systems therapy and later still, intersubjective psychoanalysis, which were elaborations of Laing’s ideas, I felt.
What R.D. Laing was saying was something the intersubjective psychoanalysts said later: “our inner experience is embedded in an intersubjective system of mutual influence with others.” The identified patient is not an isolated monad who can be understood without understanding the intersubjective context.
How R.D. Laing put it is, we can’t talk about the schizophrenic person, but rather should talk about the schizophrenic family – a family that has dysfunctional communication.
If you think of the movie, Ordinary People, it can help you understand what they were saying, what the double-bind is about. This technique which is used in Government Gang Stalking shows psychologists helped craft this program for our government.
In the movie Ordinary People – I saw it many years ago so I’ll describe this as I remember it – Conrad – the identified patient – goes to hug his mother played by Mary Tyler Moore. When he does she pulls away. Conrad gets upset. Later in talking to his father he says his mother doesn’t love him. She loved his dead brother, but she can’t love him. The Father discusses this with Mary Tyler Moore, the Mother – in a scene with Conrad the Mother says – Of course, Mothers love their children. Just because I can’t become all mushy (I’m saying this as I remember it – not using exact words) doesn’t mean I don’t love my son.
This is the double-bind: Conrad goes to hug his mother – he can feel her push away. This is a nonverbal message. I try to hug Mother; she pushes away. The message Conrad got is she doesn’t love me. Something’s wrong with me – she can’t love me. So he got that nonverbal message. But when confronted with Conrad’s perception/experience – the Mother says – Of course Mothers love their sons.
So Conrad got a conflicting message from his mother. I don’t love you so I pull away/the nonverbal pulling away message and the contradictory verbal message – Of course, Mothers love their sons.
R.D. Laing explains this kind of double-bind messaging goes on all the time in dysfunctional schizophrenic families. Mary Tyler Moore as the Mother didn’t try to hurt her son. She was most likely following an unconscious pattern she learned in her own family of origin.
Rollo May says – crazymaking – and double-binds are crazy-making - comes about not in families that are through and through bad/don’t meet the psychological needs of their children. Those children know their families were bad. The crazy-making families are those that pretend to be good, yet don’t meet the psychological needs of their children. Just like Conrad’s family with his Mother who said she loved him, but pulled away when he tried to hug her.
Now to Government Gang Stalking. What happened today was that a person who had engaged in many gang stalking patterns in the past told me today they wanted to be my friend. Then tonight engaged in a Gang Stalking Pattern, Same Time Exit/Entry.
This happened all the time in beginning of my Government Gang Stalking. So today I rarely engage with Gang Stalkers at all because they engage in double-binds – you can’t trust anything they say, so why ever talk to them.
The psychologists who crafted Government Gang Stalking, a gaslighting PSY-OPS program, knew how to mess with people’s minds, so they used tactics in it like Anchoring, MOBBING, and double-binds.
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