“All is fair in love and war” goes the saying, absolutely everything, including psyops operations.Nothing is more important that gaining an edge over your opponent in battle, anything that could lead to a swift victory and avoid further bloodshed.interpersonal exploitation, hostility, anger and rage, vanity, emotional instability, rejection sensitivity, perfectionism, and the use of primitive defence mechanisms that are pathological and narcissistic.Common narcissistic defences include splitting, denial, projection, projective identification, primitive idealization and devaluation, distortion (including exaggeration, minimization and lies), and omnipotence.
Not everyone who acts in the following manners may be deliberately trying to control you. Regardless, it’s important to recognize these behaviors in situations where your rights, interests and safety are at stake. Home Court and Time Dominance An aggressive and controlling person may insist on you meeting and interacting in a physical space where he or she can exercise more dominance and control.The Mongolian chieftain Tamerlane built a pyramid of 90,000 human heads in front of the walls of Delhi, to convince them to surrender during his Indian campaign. — Paramhansa Yogananda Most of us come across difficult personalities at some points in our lives.Psyops, or intimidation tactics, have been used in warfare for centuries on one way or another.
Alexander the Great would spread the rumor of his troop’s savagery to instill fear in the regions he wished to conquer.Then the tyrant who raised you would assume the utmost importance, no matter how pathetic and insignificant he was in any objective sense.