Re: Vanilla or Chocolate? You don't have to justify your actions
Date: March 10, 2020 05:48AM
"It sets up an inescapable circular argument/logical trap. You can't possibly win. The Forum leader told me that the fastest way to make something disappear is to choose it, but that you can't choose it to make it go away. So:
"It's not going away, because you didn't choose it. If you chose it just to make it go away, they can argue that it's not going away because you didn't authentically choose it. And if you actually did choose it, why are you complaining??? You chose it!!!"
This is one way in which they manage to psychologically hog-tie almost every person in the room. You may as well be arguing with Pennywise the clown. It's nothing but a lazy, psychopathic logical trap . One size fits all - they can and do apply it to absolutely everything!!! Rape, molestation, stage IV cancer. Talk about "winning formulas," this is theirs, and it's so fucking easy for them to learn! You learned it yourself just by being there. Although it solves nothing, it is their solution for everything, and, at least in their minds, absolves them of the responsibility to come up with anything of value.
They say that you are responsible for everything that happens to you. They also claim to provide the best education on the planet, if you look at their website, or listen to their adherents.
We all know that the best teachers lead by example. If they are the wise teachers they claim to be, then why do they send lawyers after reporters who are only looking for information? Why are they so litigious? If they can invade our privacy, why can we not justifiably invade theirs??? If they, as the "wise teachers," preach that we are responsible for all that befalls us, would it not follow that they are responsible for all that befalls their organization, including scathing critiques??? They chose it!!!
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 03/10/2020 06:06AM by kdag.