EUROPEAN MALES FEIGNED BLACK ENEMIES
Humans’ common “Enemies” (C13, ‘not a friend) are tyranny, poverty, disease, cults, and war. If these do not end in ones death, the next worst thing any of them do is to rob one of ones true sense of Selfhood Greatness. Human enemies are of many types. Group I is oneself—ones own unruly nature and the dark forces pent-up within oneself. These members minds are filled with illusions that are cast as fierce to behold monsters, demons, and other contingent Beings. One is not harmless who harms oneself and thus is to be carefully watched. Group II is ones envy of others because the others have what one wants and which one cannot get because of being incapable or unwilling to go after it. Group III is an injured, angered, person watching opportunities for revenge. Their anger may have come from the other knowing, with or without exposing, their flaws; saying truths that violate ones beliefs or from which one is hiding; or being a model of good living against which the unhappy compare themselves. Group IV is the desire of two or more competing people to have the same thing which only one can enjoy. Group V get “excitement” and a sense of importance and power from having enemies. Thus, they invent weak excuses for declaring hostility against victims. Group VI are socialized to be open to and seek out battle as a lifestyle. Their attitude is: “if you are not for me, you must be against me”. Group VII are “little gods”—“do it my way or we fight because I’m entitled, not you”. They are furious with those who excel them in anything they do, for that stomps on their self-declaration of being superior. Group VIII have such intense self-hatred as to dedicate themselves to Kill/Take/Destroy in hopes of getting some temporary tension relief. Group IX have such great fears and helplessness concerning death or other things as to displace that onto scapegoats. Group X are willfully incapable of demonstrating the Spiritual Elements of Unconditional Love, Truth, Reality, and the Natural. No Group possesses the ingredients to be a friend—and neither is one a friend who associates well with these Groups.
Regardless of the reason for attacking another, to do evil to even an innocent by-stander makes that innocent person an enemy to the attacker—which may/may not be reciprocated. Enemies, by being ignorant or by embracing the Indifference/Hate/Evil/Sadism (IHES) Complex, operate out of their Lower (animalistic) Self. Their total focus is on self-aggrandizement (increasing the scope of ones power, influence, stature, riches, conquest, or reputation)–using methods that attack the body, mind, and spirit–by any means necessary. A spiritual attack example is for the enemy to create some Supernatural power, declare it to be The Spiritual God, and destructively apply it in physical realms. From observations, personal experiences, talking with thousands of victims throughout my education, training and Orthopaedic Surgical practice, and doing extensive research since college days on all types of subjects, I conclude the ten Groups in Supernatural cults always design Black People as feigned enemies–upon whom they use enemy methods—and at their own great loss.
“Feign” (C13 contrive, false pretenses) means to invent a story, excuse, or allegation—hence make a pretense of an emotion or response so as to exhibit behavior entirely different from what is the real condition or situation. “Feigned enemies” are characterized as those easily exploited for self-interest gains—and who in no way attack, hinder, or interfere with the cult’s hostile military or dogmatic set-up. This is a Deflection method illustrated by Reaction Formation (a reality/fantasy reversal)–e.g. saying about and to the victim: “you are the one causing the problem, not me!” The contents in their Projection accusations are derived from fantasies which design feigned necessities—i.e. imaginary necessities. Such are the greatest cozenage (deceitful) things a predator does to his/her mind to break down any remote sense of moral “Right.” However, compared with those living out of their Higher Self inside the Natural Cosmos, Supernatural cult members have a totally different concept of “Right”. Examples include a lust of conquest, a love of ease, a craving for power, and an obsession to be superior. The cozen “wheeling and dealings” are infinitely worse when used as an excuse for generating an IHES Complex in order to Kill/Take/Destroy/Oppress their victims. Yet, such actions are complimented and even honored by Supernatural Cult fellows. jabaileymd.com