KILLER” POLICE “SAVING FACE” (5)
Since policemen are members of a cult imbued with legal authority to kill—and almost with no accountability–it has great attractiveness to those insecure about their “Manhood.” Intensely needing to prove “Manhood” so as to keep from “Losing Face” started with primitive European warriors. This need, continuing to the present, is spurred from actual challenges by other males + from situations involving females. Perhaps the concept of “Face” arose in C1 AD from the word “Persona” referring simply to any human in the Roman world and to “Countenance” (etymologically demeanor and contents) in the Greek world. In the sense of establishing, enhancing, or maintaining a reputation, “Face” was about ones front appearance–i.e. what one looks like to the rest of the world. This derives from the superficial assessments of the majority of people who judge men’s abilities less from what they do in activities of daily living than from what they say and look like in doing these things. Furthermore, the public’s universal language deems ones face to be a shorthand of ones mind–a comprehension from crowding a great deal in a little ‘snapshot’ picture. In short, a man may look a ‘phrase sentence’ as soon as a reaction is present on his face: “Tis the man’s face [countenance] that gives him weight–his doings help, but not more than his brow.” To violate any feature deemed by ones cult not to fit into the “Manhood” category—whether shown in ones “face” or revealed in expressions or actions—is to “Lose Face.” This term, its translated expression, its underlying ‘payload’ impact, and its use in English since the late 1800s, originated with the Chinese ‘tiu lien.’ An overall sense of “Losing Face” is to feel ashamed or humiliated, especially publicly. Shame features loss of the “5Ss,” feeling Powerless, Unimportant, Worthless, Incompetent, Useless, and “I’m not good enough.” “Save Face” ways are: (1) deceptive maneuvers used to prevent looking weak–as do Deflections when there is a probability of being “exposed” (i.e. shamed); (2) projecting Shame onto and generating Shame within victims; and (3) no matter how ridiculous it is, adamant sticking with ones story in the face of contrary evidence. This works because cults protect its guilty police and both are protected by public groups not adversely affected by the cult or “Killer” police.
It is burdensome to declare oneself superior and then constantly try to ‘back-it-up’ under the most challenging of circumstances. Since European males have historically envied the historically supreme achievements of Black males—i.e. their big “spur” for killing”–they feign Black males as their enemies. By being unable to realistically compete fairly, cults use the GUN to oppress and kill Black People and steal all their achievements. “Seeds” for such a mindset date to Europeans’ Earth appearance c45,000 BC. The best survivors were successful warriors–the “Alpha Males”–who were/are given high status among peers + being able to attract mates and promiscuously pass on their genes to offspring. Yet, since such “Manhood” social hierarchies were/are not fixed, the ‘alpha male’ was/is constantly challenged by the more youthful possessing a preoccupation with achieving and maintaining social status. Since this status was/can be lost fairly easily—and particularly among captives entangled inside communities and operating out of their Lower (animalistic) Selves—“Manhood” proof requires continual reinvention and active validation (Bosson, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2009). Such cult communities are present on all rungs of the Social Ladder.
For this reason, “Manhood” is properly viewed as a status earned via the passage of social rather than by physical or biological milestones. Hence, males inside a given cult need a heightened sensitivity to social cues indicating a potential or real loss or gain of status—the source of competitiveness, defensiveness, and constant struggling to publicly prove their own Supernatural value. The most effective strategies for proving or restoring “Manhood” are those that: (a) involve risk taking (which signifies fearlessness), (b) are difficult (and thus hard or costly to fake), and (c) are public and thus visible to others. For these reasons, physical aggression may serve as a highly effective feature in establishing behaviors for men intent on convincing themselves and others of their “Manhood”. For such ‘high stakes,’ especially in those unsure of their “Manhood,” being a “Killer policeman” serves multiple purposes–but best obtained by killing scapegoats. jabaileymd.com