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Sources: Chainless Slaves |
DEGRADATION OF SELF/IDENTITY
Assault on Identity : The handler/programmer attacks the subject’s sense of self and their core belief system. This is done by denying the characteristics used by the subject to define themselves
For example; programmers may make assertions like, “you are not a boy/girl”, “you are not intelligent”, “you are not athletic”, etc.
A constant attack for days, weeks, months, or even years may be gradual but it will wear down the subject’s identity over time, or at the very least degrade his or her sense of confidence in identity.
Bombardment with Accusations
The subject is ISOLATED during which time they are accused of various transgressions by programmers/handlers.
The accusations start with negligible transgressions to make confession an easier process. This is because for every confession successfully elicited, no longer how diminutive or insignificant its content, future confessions will be easier for the subject to make as his sense of self is altered by the act of confession itself.
In other words, the more confessions a subject makes, the more they will become inclined to internalize their behavior as “wrong-doings” leading to a concrete (if gradual) change in VALUE system which as we have mentioned, is an essential aspect of control.
The goal is to slowly escalate the confessions in severity in order to promote guilt within the subject and concede obedience to the handler.
NOTE: this method should be completed with a number of Programmers. The more educated and influential voices add to the chorus, the more effective is the technique and the greater the induction of guilt becomes.
Loss of Identity/Sense of Self: ultimately, the subject loses their self and surrenders it to the handler/programmer. This is the goal of this stage of the programming process. It is facilitated by an eventual nervous breakdown, after which the self/personality can be rebuilt by programmers and handlers. That being said, the goal initially is to encourage this breakdown to occur.
DISSOLUTION OF BOUNDARIES SEPARATING SELF & OTHER: once the sense of self has been lost, the subject loses contact with ego boundaries which induces a state of profound disorientation and confusion. There is some Alice in Wonderland / Wizard of Oz programming features in this stage, being that once it is achieved, the subject no longer has concrete knowledge of where he or she begins and ends, and where his or her handler/programmer begins and ends. The boundaries normally separating our ego consciousness dissolve, but not in an empowering or liberating way. Instead, they are dissolved to the effort of promoting profound disorientation and confusion.
Consequences of Dissolution of Identity:
The awareness of the Handler’s control, in addition to the recognition by the subject of their emotional dependance upon the programmer/handler, will cause internal conflict within the subject, leading to a breakdown of previous patterns of behavior.
The degree of dissolution and disorientation that results from the dissolution of identity will often vary as a function of the subject’s age. Younger subjects, with their less concrete and bounded sense of selfhood and identity, will deal with this process with much less distress then older adults are likely to experience.
In essence, the more concrete and solidified the subject’s sense of ‘self’ and ‘identity’, the greater and more profound will be the effect of dissolving his/her relationship to his/her self.
During the period of time following the dissolution of identity the subject is likely to suffer from a mental breakdown characterized by delusions and hallucinations
The Breaking Point
The breaking point is characterized by a nervous breakdown with the following features:
- uncontrollable sobbing
- deep depression
- general disorientation
- feelings of being completely lost or alone
Push to the Breaking Point: For the handler/programmer to accomplish the goal of personality dissolution the subject must be pushed past the breaking point. Once the breaking point is reached, the subject can be refashioned.
It is hard to maintain a coherent sense of identity when you are on the verge of a nervous break down, let alone in the MIDST of one or BEYOND
The goal is not only to DESTROY the subject’s old identity but to make him FLEE and desire to escape it
*Warning* – Watch for Apathy – Apathy is an indicator that the programmer should watch for – it suggests that the subject’s self esteem is being broken down. As persistent suffering begins to dominate an individual’s day to day life, they will often become apathetic as a defense mechanism. The danger is that apathy may lead to permanent physical/mental surrender that cannot be corrected. The subject may become “Irretrievably Lost”. A balance of affects on the part of the programmer is necessary to achieve the correct degree of push/pull.
Breaking and Beyond: At this point, the subject has no idea who they are or what is going on. The programmer can use this opportunity to encourage a complete “conversation” that will save the subject from their desolation.
@ this point the subject is ready to make significant value system adjustments
(Note that this is an AUTOMATIC process, not VOLUNTARY – subject has by now lost their ability to be critical.)
Once the subject has reached their emotional breaking point, the programmer/handler will come back and shower them with kindness / affection , which the subject will respond to with desperation to be saved from their state of confusion and despondence. In this way, the “TRAUMA BOND” is solidified and deepened and the operational “VALUE” system is also altered according to the programmer’s preferences.