Manipulation is a crime
- Children are master manipulators
- These people are perfect targets
- Manipulators have a large pool of victims to prey on
- A target class of manipulators
- You are manipulated everyday
There’s a crime that everybody commits, but it isn’t really something that’s defined as a crime. This crime is manipulation – manipulation is a crime.
Manipulation is changing someone’s perceptions, or behaviors through devious, deceptive, or abusive tactics. Manipulation starts as a child. Children are master manipulators of their parent’s feelings. They learn early on that if they cry, they get attention, or food, or a reward of some kind. This imprints early on children and many grow up to become even better manipulators.
Manipulation wouldn’t be a problem if there weren’t so many people out there who are easily manipulated. These are people out there who desire to please others no matter what. They’ll do anything and go out of their way to make others happy. These people are perfect targets for the manipulators.
Manipulators have a large pool of victims to prey on. There’s the people who are too trusting, or they’re lonely and on dating sites, or they’re naive about life. Many are narcissistic and can be manipulated into buying anything. Some are just impulsive and are quickly manipulated. Others want to save money anyway they can, their frugality knows no bounds. Others are at the other end of the spectrum and are materialistic and spend all their money on stuff.
The elderly are a target class of manipulators without any scruples because many elderly are the most trusting and the most naive about many things. When a manipulator preys on the elderly it’s the worst kind of manipulation there is because many times they are able to steal everything they’ve accumulated over their lifetime. Then there’s always the greedy and dishonest people out there that, once manipulators push their greed button, people can be easily be duped. Manipulation is everywhere.
Politicians manipulate the masses, and countries manipulate other countries. You are manipulated everyday by your boss, your co-workers, or the company you work for. You are constantly manipulated by advertisers who bombard you to-and-from work with ads on the radio and the inescapable advertisements that are on your favorite TV shows. Yes, we see manipulation as a crime that in most instances goes unpunished.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: Look to see if you are in any of the groups we mentioned, and how being a member of that group exposes you to manipulation.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because, as economic times get more desperate, the people who can be manipulated are more numerous and the manipulators come out in full force.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: You can start by turning off the sound for every commercial you encounter. Stop watching the TV and listening to the radio when you hear an ad.
COMMENTARY: Manipulation is a legal crime until it becomes fraud. Even then it all depends on who committed the crime, the manipulation, the fraud. It’s a fine line that attorney’s are masters at manipulating, and there you go again. Manipulation is lying – everyone does it. This is why we find ourselves in a world that doesn’t work. It’s hard to trust anyone, or anything. Nothing seems to last anymore because it’s built on a pile of sand. Higher Intelligence is telling you to get off this manipulation ride because it’s not working.
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