The Price of Success - Your
(May sound cold and ugly, but so is life.
Everything has a price, and this is the price of
61. Always make it a point to isolate someone's
fear(s); such knowledge can be useful in any future
62. Always be sensitive to someone's opinion;
remember, gossip and/or rumor provides the wind for
63. Always provide the competition a
psychological blow job, which is functionally
equivalent to oral sodomy of the ego; it makes the
psyche respond wondrously to skillful manipulation
and helps to lower the guard and expose strengths
and weaknesses; practice this to the point that it
is executed without thought; such skill should be
the finest on the planet; know that it will not go
64. When you find that you have angered your
competition, you need to see how far you can drive
them; there is a direct correlation to the level of
the anger and the amount that you have won.
65. If the herd is racing North, pause and
reassess the situation, less you step in their
66. Be sure to network, you never know when you
will be able to use these people to your ends.
67. Be wary of those who want to favor you; you
probably are being set up; but, that is OK; learn to
leverage off their position and turn it back on
68. Be wary of those who propose to be a friend;
be assured, in time of need, they will always help .
. . themselves to as much as you allow them to carry
69. Exploit the hopeless and/or helpless; they
deserve it. (Besides, if you do not, someone else
70. Always appear to be "down-and-out,"
"struggling" in an "unfriendly" environment; it adds
to the illusion and it can be useful in lowering
someone else's guard.
71. Never "kill;" it is much better to manipulate
someone else into doing it for you.
72. All "games" are simply a diversion to keep
you from getting bored; when you "play," take down
as many colleagues as possible and wrack as much
havoc and misery in the shortest possible time, all
with a single act; the skill at the game is so
73. The truly successful have learned how to
skillfully "crush" and/or control the competition
without leaving scars; accomplished within the
"law," due in part to the fact that the successful
write the law; and, they can always inflict as much
"pain" as is warranted; this is accomplished by
striking at the psyche; the tools used: verbal
assault, public humiliation, verbal and physical
abuse (remember, no visible scars), learning how to
play pleasure-and-pain like a finely tuned
instrument to heighten sexual arousal and insure an
unparalleled orgasm, using secret fears to inflict
mental anguish, using secret dreams (hopes, desires)
as a reminder of what they will never have; and,
when all is said and done, have the competition
thank them and "beg" for more; the trick is to get
them to become addicted to such treatment.
74. Never ridicule anyone; except when you can
sell tickets for the event.
75. Never hate your neighbor; except when you are
casting a spell.
76. Never "pay" for anything, use someone else's
77. Whenever the competition exhibits independent
behavior which is statistically beyond 2 sigma
established norms, expose this fact as quickly as
possible because this individual (or group) is not
controllable, will start the multitude to "think,"
and needs to be isolated and rehabilitated by the
system of the successful or exterminated because it
is a threat to the established order of things.
78. Always encourage the competition to see that
their current "misfortune" is caused by a specific
sub-culture; in doing this, you focus their energy
(hatred) on a specific point and distract them from
reality; you eliminate not only the competition but
also the sub-culture (hopefully); "two birds with
one stone," so to speak.
79. Whenever a group of individuals begin to
deviate too far from the expected norms (beyond 2
sigma) of behavior and/or thought and threaten the
established system of order, this group needs to be
isolated, identified, and characterized; they need
to be "ridiculed" in order to bring them back to the
norms; should this fail, then a genocide program is
warranted; the program needs to be unleashed so that
it selectively hunts down this group to extinction;
this insures control and eliminates unnecessary
mutations. Or, if you prefer: "If you are a member
of a minority it's a simple thing to be aware that
laws are not meant as a reflection of the true
society one lives in but rather as devices to
control diversity and silence it." David Wojnarowicz
(: artist; a child that was never loved in life, who
was never permitted to be a child, was finally
silenced by "civilization," saw so clearly what was
wrong and expressed it in his "Bad Moon Rising;" now
his warning reaches beyond death, and he can be that
child lost in his dream of a beautiful new
80. The "downtrodden," have several
characteristics: hopeless and helpless; and,
therefore, are predictable and controllable.