Insouciance-The Site That Stirs Shit Until A Verdict Has Been Rendered

Insouciance \in-SOO-see-uhns; Fr. an-soo-SYAHNS\ , noun: The quality of being insouciant; lack of care or concern; indifference.

A blog about bullies who use physical tactics like social alienation and humiliation. Looking different can provoke bullying and will typically trigger social isolation and weakness. Bullies almost always abuse power and use deliberate and depraved indifference. Some bullies go away, but others get angry and keep bullying until they get a reaction. That’s what they want. Some bullies have high self-esteem. They feel good about themselves. They feel better by picking on others. Most of the time, bullying isn’t about high or low self-esteem. It’s about having power.

Fury For You

Fury For You

Thursday, January 31, 2013


My son, Matthew, better not be a danger to himself or to others by playing those sicko computer video media violence games!

"Keep Your Friends Close And
 Your Enemies Closer"

The full text is actually taken from "The Art of War" and is quoted by Sun-tzu, who was a Chinese general and military strategist of 400BC.

The meaning of keeping your friends close meant literally keep them close to your heart, so that they feel love and a sense that you are part of a family closeness. Any friend that you keep this close will love you like a brother and be extremely loyal. A friend like this can be relied on to be trusted in the most difficult situations.

Keeping your enemies closer means that you let them think that you have taken them into your heart. This will have the effect of allowing them to think that they are special to you, and have a favored position in your life. This will encourage them to drop their defences as they learn to trust you as a close friend. They will be close enough for you to keep an eye on them, and it also means you can become involved within their life with little question. You can learn the strengths and weaknesses of the people who offer protection to your enemy.

You can make your enemy feel complacent, and allow them the illusion that they know everything about you. In reality they only know what you allow them to find out. In effect, your enemy can be manipulated without any knowledge on their part whatsoever. When you are close to your enemy it gives you the chance to work on the people around them, to cause unrest, resentment and instability both in their home or "camp". You can silently undermine your enemy and they wouldn't have a clue just how much you have usurped their authority until their people fail them.

Keeping your enemy closer, in essence, means getting to know them as well as you know yourself.

By allowing your enemy to think that you are close friend, will give you the chance to study him on an individual basis and give you the chance pinpoint personal weaknesses. You will get to know him as a person and how he operates both on a psychological and a physical basis. This means that when you are in the position of being at conflict with that person, then you will have learnt enough about him to understand how he is feeling, and make an accurate prediction as to how he will behave.

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