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The need for sarcastic terrorism!
It's so strange how people with elaborate and convoluted plans to gain power often also believe elaborate and convoluted conspiracy theories.
These beliefs can be confusing and difficult to understand, similar to how the Book of Revelation in the Bible has been used continuously to exploit anyone that believes such witchcraft.
I call it Wile E. Coyote syndrome. These people know nothing of the KISS principle (Keep It Simple Stupid). If we are to survive this syndrome then people like these need to have their feelings hurt.
Shame them to activate their embarrassment. It may be their only salvation.
Use sarcastic therapy, and if possible don't ever be a conformist, they would take conformity as a win.

Willow_Wisp 8 Dec 24

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Ricky Gervais is brilliant at dismantling those people with his dry gritty dark humor


Not sure about sarcasm therapy but I've certainly enjoyed administering mocking therapy 😁

Sic' em, Cyclone!

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