Cowardice tactics: malicious innuendo, public defamation.
“Sean, Matthew, Bob and I have all voiced our opinion and we have all come out with the exact same observation about her behavior…
…maybe what the four of us are saying might have some truth to it?”
Maybe what the four of you are saying does have some truth to it. What is it the four of you are saying? If you feel that there is something objectionable about her behavior, why won’t you spell it out instead of burning her at the stake?
Appealing to popularity or the fact that many people do something as an attempted form of validation. The popularity of an idea has absolutely no bearing on its validity. If it did, the Earth would have made itself flat for most of history to accommodate people’s popular belief.
- The Salem Witches
- Bullies and Bystanders
- Personal Bill of Rights
- The Family Scapegoat
- Victim Blaming
- Objecting to Mistreatment
- Illusions, Delusions, and Lies
- Martin Luther King Jr: Protest Evil!
- Playing the Blame Game as a Manipulation Tactic
- Never Admit Guilt
- It’s always your fault.
- Mobbing And The Virginia Tech Massacre
- Blame, Denial, Blame…
- Commonly Misused Psychology Terms
- The Silent Treatment
- Your Fault
- Why Victims & Survivors MUST Keep Talking
- The Silence of the Bystander
- Rumors, Lies, and Blame
- Sociopathic Projection
- Threats Become Targets
- Sigmund Freud
- Denial and Blamelessness
- The Joker
- Falsely Accused
- The Blame Game
- ‘Flying Monkeys’ or ‘Useful Idiots’
- Narcissists provoke people, then blame them.
- Red Rover “Friends”
- The Victim Act
- The Blaming Mindset
- Responsibility and Blame
- Denial and Blame-shifting
- Misguided Effort
- The Essence of a Witch-Hunt
- Response to the Irascibility Charge
- Baiting and Bashing
- In the Absence of Self-Scrutiny
- Animosity from Ignorance
- Charisma and Confidence: Beware!
- Psychopaths lie.
- Pushing Blame
- 35,324 bonfires
- An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.
- Study says kids do better with fathers in the home – but doesn’t mention sociopathic fathers
- Teacher Tad Cummins, 50, allegedly romances and abducts his student, 15
- Game theory and the sociopath
- Manipulative woman seduces her husband’s best friend, part 2
- Manipulative woman seduces her husband’s best friend, part 1