THIS is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things America: Flamethrowers vs Dinner Rolls
August 13, 2015
Abusive behavior, and yes I understand it’s a phrase that makes many uncomfortable-that’s a gift from victimizers to make victims feel shame, guilt or remorse for exposing truthful negative abusive behavior their abusers would rather remain hidden; and, this unethical abuse comes in two major pathological categories: Selective Tolerance (A or B) or Professional Victim.
The image above is a plucked from the headlines (or rather feedly) to demonstrate an ongoing Case Study citing real world examples of abusive behavior with the goal of helping patients, consumers, employees & taxpayers identify, expose and remove abusive behavior as it relates to The Sociopathic Business Model™.
The Sociopathic Business Model™ Selective Tolerance A (or never the victim because they always are the cause of victimization).
There is absolutely no reason the U.S. Military banned gruesome, weapon of war, flamethrower should ever be made available to the public. However, some (abusive personality types) will incorrectly argue it’s their right, while manipulating the facts, not recognizing the rights of others and will insult, demean, threaten or intimidate anyone who challenges their unethical position.
The Sociopathic Business Model™ Professional Victim (or incorrectly claims to be the victim while actually victimizing others)
It’s doubtful blunt force bread trauma to the head has ever been cited on a medical examiner’s Cause of Death or else we would have seen it on episode of CSI already. However, that didn’t stop one customer (victimizer) lacking in self-awareness, without shame, remorse, guilt or accountability from suing a restaurant for hitting him with bread, despite the restaurant’s claim to fame is actually throwing dinner rolls.
The victimizing customer should be thankful that restaurant’s new flamethrowing heated bread option wasn’t available yet.