something like what the online political trolls do, try to get you laughing with them, act like they are cool friends who really understand and get what your thinking, until you disagree with them then its ‘punishments’, rape threats, death threats, anything to upset you…after that conditioning another slow build up, gathering information by acting like your friend and using a stupid laughing tone when they speak, getting you to laugh along with their dumb jokes, trying to make friends with you, acting like the opposite of what they are until you disagree, then its punishments again, death threats etc. repeating the same process, interrupting everything you try to say, ending sentences for you with incorrect information that wasnt what you were going to say, then carrying on speaking quickly so you can not continue, until you submit and agree to nod your head to every statement they make, until you speak with the same stupid police or football lad accent, repeating until your everyday speech and thoughts contains the same stupid slogans and catchphrases they have been repeating over and over again. “havent got a leg to stand on…”, “you not wrong, but…” “…hanging by a thread”, all these stupid visual political slogans. Always making statements which can gather information, judging by your reaction to those statements, rather than asking questions directly…just like police interogation. Dirty conman shit. Brainwashers.
They might ask a question by trying to get you to laugh with their stupid unfunny jokes for two or three hours, nothing of any relevence, then suddenly spring a loaded statement on you like, for example (in a ‘cracking up’ laughing, laddish tone of voice) ’ [someone you know] really likes the drugs!’ , your supposed to be laughing in response, then the answer is yes and they have a lead to work with repetitively…maybe asking questions like the ones below in that indirect way.
Who sells the drugs?
Where are the drugs?
You know who sells the drugs!
Which song names are code words for drugs!
What is the current slang for drugs!
You were in northern iraq!
You were in Riyadh!
You have a gun!
You know someone who has a gun!
You sell heroin!!
You were in northern france!
You are a communist!
You were involved in a theft!
I have seen you in [a certain town]!
You were in [a specific restaurant] in [a certain town]!
You know a pedophile!
Who is a pedophile!
You know a ganster!
What clothes does he wear!
You know someone by the name of [whatever]!
He knows someone by the name of [whatever]!
They are friends on facebook, where did they meet in real life?!!
On and on like a police interogation but also including political brainwashing…other races are bad. They are violent gangsters, europeans are dying out, losing their homeland, morereasonable political opinions are laughable and stupid, hardcore racist football hooligan shit is framed as ‘sensible’ and ‘grown up’…like a police interogation which incorporates political brainwashing. Anything to stop your response to them…speaking quickly, with a tone that makes it seem like they are about to say something really important, then continuing and continuing until you are too tired to respond, then continuing more and more…
Its sly, sneaky statments like the statments politicians make, for example
“we look forward to the process taking its course” = we are afraid of the outcome
" [the] investigation focused on questions that go to the integrity of our democracy itself" = the democracy has little or no integrity
“I remain committed to as much transparency as possible” = will lie as much as i can get away with
“least untrue” = all lies
“determine the appropriate next steps” = do nothing or delay
“always believed it was important that…” = it is important but it was not done
“acted accordingly” = involved in criminal activity but able to avoid conviction
“although [something] is not necessarily [something] it seems that it is the case that [something]” =I will lie or make up the facts now and i will be able to back out of the lie later…
Seemingly making a convincing argument with the use of factual evidence, whilst not having to commit to the statement.
If the statement is challenged as being a non-factual statement,
it will be easy to claim that the speaker did not present the information as factual information but rather as opinion ( “not necessarily”, “seems that”, “may well be that” etc. ).
“and i will say…”, “and may i just add…” etc. = used to interrupt someone and keep talking over
them if they are about to respond.
“my major concern now is…” = I will speak about something other than what i was questioned about
“as more information comes to light…[something]”,
"we are still trying to get to the bottom of [something] -
i am speaking without any proof or evidence about what i am saying.
And so on…always trying to cheat you…