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The Practice of Ritual Defamation by Laird Wilcox


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This is an interesting article about the uncanny nature of this disease or experience, as it's the only known human disease to have the ability to mob up upon the intended recipient with quite a good common of English and an awareness of cyber abuse trends, as no other disease can achieve this quite as well as this one. Please feel free to read the post and think for yourself.

https://www.thesocialcontract.com/pdf/twenty-three/tsc_20_3_wilcox_defamation.pdf

An important rule in ritual defamation is to avoid
engaging in any kind of debate over the truthfulness or
reasonableness of what has been expressed, only condemn it. To debate opens the issue up for examination
and discussion of its merits, and consideration of the
evidence that may support it, which is just what the
ritual defamer is trying to avoid. The primary goal of a
ritual defamation is censorship and repression.
• The victim is often somebody in the public eye—
someone who is vulnerable to public opinion—although
perhaps in a very modest way. It could be a schoolteacher, writer, businessman, minor official, or merely
an outspoken citizen. Visibility enhances vulnerability
to ritual defamation.

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