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Monday, September 29, 2003
  It has soon become a running theme of adding Gene Eric’s Web Log to a different web ring each week. Last week this site was approved for inclusion within the In My Opinion web ring. This week an application has been made to Euro Blogs.

How long this can continue I have no idea, either the number of web rings will be exhausted or applications will be refused. I am fascinated to see how many can be joined before I lose interest or the site starts being refused.
 
Friday, September 26, 2003
  China has banned unsavoury television commercials at meal times, so no longer will they have to tuck into their evening meal and be faced by a barrage of athletes foot creams, haemorrhoid creams or feminine hygiene products. It is about time the UK followed suit. 
  Iraq was for sale on Ebay.  
Thursday, September 25, 2003
  The readership quickly massed and now it appears to have peaked. Was it the suddenly inconsistent posting? Have I overloaded the interest with keep banging on about one topic? Or did the novelty just wear off.

A meme might help. A meme is "an item of pop culture propogated via word of mouth. Usually used in reference to the latest cool website that is propogated by e-mail" according to the Urban Dictionary.

The Potion Maker
social misfitium is a cloudy, lumpy amber solid distilled from the root of a narcissus bush.
gene-ericium is a cloudy, lumpy brown solid obtained from the flesh of a doppelganger.
Mixing social misfitium with gene-ericium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing a milky black potion which gives the user protection from thieves.
Yet another fun meme brought to you by rfreebern


The Potion Maker
Fembatium is a cloudy, porous grey solid distilled from the bile of a golem.
gene-ericium is a cloudy, lumpy brown solid obtained from the flesh of a doppelganger.
Mixing Fembatium with gene-ericium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing a milky red potion which gives the user protection from fire.
Yet another fun meme brought to you by rfreebern


The Potion Maker
gene-ericium is a cloudy, lumpy brown solid obtained from the flesh of a doppelganger.
Mix with gene-eric! Username:
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Thanks to Social Misfit and Fembat Fembat for the idea. 
Wednesday, September 24, 2003
  As a child I was bullied by an abusive parent and a couple of school bullies. However one day I ceased rolling over and playing the victim out of the home. Within the home it was much more difficult, that bullying episode was ended by leaving home at a young age.

The problem was I didn’t stop at ceasing to be a victim; the worm turned and became a bully. Reading the details of a serial bully I recognise traits of those who bullied me and in turn those traits within me. I didn’t identify with the types of serial bully: Attention-Seeker, Wannabe, Guru, and Sociopath; although I did with the generic traits of a serial bully. How ironic, the Gene Eric Bully. By recognising what I had become and embracing the issues that created the situation I was able to change for the better.

Worryingly the Bully Online website has a page devoted to the cyber bully. In an environment that is controlled by the individual, where you go, what email you can receive, who you give your contact details to, that you can switch off and walk away from it seems quite alarming that the bully pursues in this so-called sterile environment. Confirmation of the evolution of the internet into an extension of the offline community.

So, in this modern world where is the line between online and offline drawn? At the modem, or in the mind of the person using the internet. Maybe the line is no longer there and it was deleted to the recycle bin a long time ago.
 
Tuesday, September 23, 2003
  Time for a new web ring, I have applied to In My Opinion. All previous web ring applications have been approved. Now I have to wait and see if this one is.

The intention is to continue with the bullying theme and explain why it is a matter close to my heart, but not today. 
Friday, September 19, 2003
  Continuing the anti-bullying campaign I felt it would be interesting to look at the types of serial bullies before looking at what drives people to become a bully. The common objective of a serial bully is power, control, domination and subjugation. What varies is the means by which these are pursued, i.e. the way in which violence is expressed.

Introduction to the serial bully

Embittered by an abusive upbringing, seething with resentment, irritated by others' failure to fulfil his or her superior sense of entitlement, and fuelled by anger resulting from rejection, the serial bully displays an obsessive, compulsive and self-gratifying urge to displace their uncontrolled aggression onto others whilst exhibiting an apparent lack of insight into their behaviour and its effect on people around them. Jealousy and envy motivate the bully to identify a competent and popular individual who is then controlled and subjugated through projection of the bully's own inadequacy and incompetence. When the target asserts their right not to be bullied, a paranoid fear of exposure compels the bully to perceive that person as a threat and hence neutralise and dispose of them as quickly as possible. Once a person has been eliminated there's an interval of between 2 days and 2 weeks before the bully chooses another target and the cycle starts again.

Detailed profile of the serial bully

The serial bully also:
• is selfish and acts out of self-interest, self-aggrandisement and self-preservation at all times; everything can be traced back to the self - even the seemingly innocuous "How are you today?" translates to "Is there any comeback on me as to how you're feeling today?"
• is insensitive, often callously indifferent to the needs of others, and especially when others are experiencing difficulty (vulnerability is a major stimulant to the serial bully)
• is incapable of reciprocity, ie unable and unwilling to reciprocate any positive gesture
• sees anyone attempting to be conciliatory as a sucker to be exploited
• uses criticism, humiliation, etc in the guise of addressing shortfalls in performance - in reality, these are for control and subjugation, not for performance enhancement
• appears to be intelligent but often performs poorly in academic or professional roles, despite appearances; the intelligence is focused exclusively on deviousness, cunning, scheming, manipulation, evasiveness, deceptiveness, quick-wittedness, craftiness, self-centredness, etc
• may be passive aggressive, blowing hot and cold, superficially cooperative but motivated by retribution, stubborn, uncoachable, use their intelligence to excuse and justify their behaviour, and they detest anyone more competent than themselves - which is most people
• is unable to maintain confidentiality, often breaching it with misrepresentation, distortion and fabrication
• distorts, twists, concocts and fabricates criticisms and allegations, and abuses the disciplinary procedures - again, for control and subjugation, not for performance enhancement
• uses gossip, back-stabbing or spreads rumours to undermine, discredit and isolate
• is untrustworthy and unable to trust others - this partly explains the compulsion for excessive monitoring
• is drawn to positions of power and abuses that power
• is autocratic and dictatorial, often using phrases like "you shouldn't..." or "you ought to..."
• may appear superficially competent and professional at their job, but behind the facade is inadequate, inept, poor at their job, often incompetent; survives only by plagiarising other people's work, and being carried by those they bully
• wraps himself or herself in a flag or tradition and usurps others' objectives, thereby nurturing compliance, reverence, deference, endorsement and obeisance; however, such veneration and allegiance is divisive, being a corruption for personal power which exhibits itself through the establishment of a clique, coterie, cabal, faction, or gang
• is a divisive and disruptive influence, their departments are dysfunctional and inefficient, and their behaviour prevents staff from performing their duties
• is unusually susceptible to minor slights or perceived slights and bears grudges which may be acted on years later when the transgressor can be denied promotion or downsized in the bully's "reorganisation"
• gains gratification from provoking people into emotional or irrational responses but is quick to claim provocation by others when challenged
• has a short-term focus and often cannot think or plan ahead more than 24 hours
• appears to have a short, selective memory and often cannot or will not remember what they said, did, or committed to more than 24 hours ago - but is always able to remember your faults, often from years ago
• the serial bully seems to live in a bubble of the present and when challenged will spontaneously make things up; the bully genuinely seems to believe the fabrication; from a psychiatric viewpoint this could be called confabulation; from a moral viewpoint, it's called lying
• is often like a child who has never grown up
• exhibits immature behaviour and poor manners
• has poor communication skills, poor interpersonal skills, poor social skills
• often misses social cues
• has poor language skills, and uses almost exclusively negative language with few or no positive words; is often limited to parroting fad phrases and regurgitating the latest management jargon
• has poorly-defined moral and ethical boundaries
• acts out of gratification and self-interest only, often using and hiding behind the employer
• extrovert bullies tend to be shouters and screamers, are highly visible, and bully from the front
• extrovert bullies can be charismatic and seem to be able to bewitch people into following and supporting them
• introvert bullies - the most dangerous types - tend to sit in the background and recruit others to do the bullying for them - when dealing with this type of bullying, identify the arch-bully in the background and focus single-mindedly on that person - the others will melt away
• is a killjoy, a wet blanket, is unreceptive and finds fault with or pours scorn on other people's ideas and suggestions, but may regurgitate them later claiming to be the originator
• often has a hatred of a sector of society, eg ethnic minorities, disabled people, etc
• often has a hatred of certain professional groups, eg psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counsellors, therapists
• is unimaginative and lacks the skills of creativity and innovation
• rarely has any ideas of his or her own; tends to regurgitate what others (especially superiors) say rather than use own thinking
• is a plagiarist, steals other people's work - and the credit for it
• has a writing style that is disjointed, lacks flow and consistency, tends to make contradictory statements, and has the feel of a young teenager trying to write like a grown-up (apologies to teenagers)
• often uses false praise or praise which is inappropriate to the circumstances; this is partly to make the bully feel good, partly for the benefit of witnesses, partly poor judgement, partly immaturity, and partly for control and subjugation to throw their target off guard
• is unable and unwilling to value others and their contributions and achievements; is often scornful
• shows discrepancy in valuing tasks, deliberately devaluing the work and achievements of others; when the bully does a certain job, it's onerous, difficult and the bully needs lots of recognition; when their target does the same job it's trivial, of little or no value, not worth mentioning
• is ungrateful and rarely (if ever) says "thank you" or "well done" (except, perhaps, if impressionable witnesses are present)
• is frequently sarcastic, especially in contexts where sarcasm is inappropriate and unprofessional
• is unable to assess the importance of events and tasks, often making an unnecessary fuss over trivia whilst ignoring important or urgent things
• exhibits duplicity and hypocrisy, eg says one thing one day and denies it the next
• often has an overwhelming (and unhealthy) need to feel recognised and wanted
• is fastidious, often has an unhealthy obsession with cleanliness or orderliness
• is insincere and false
• has never learnt the skills of and has little concept of empathy; may use charm and mimicry to compensate
• attempts at empathy are superficial, amateur, often inappropriate or inappropriately high, and based on mimicry rather than genuine concern - and are for the purpose of making the bully look and feel good, especially in front of witnesses
• when required to show empathy, eg someone is in distress or needs help, responds either with impatience and aggression (if no-one else is present), or with a fulsome and effusive attempt at empathy (if witnesses are present)
• is unwilling to apologise for mistakes, except occasionally when witnesses are present, then the apology is fulsome, artificial, and inappropriate - but sufficiently convincing for peers and superiors
• is quick to blame others
• is uncharacteristically fulsome and effusive, especially in front of witnesses - but hollow and insincere
• is devious and manipulative (especially female bullies)
• is spiteful and vengeful (ditto)
• uses aggression almost exclusively but claims to be assertive (assertiveness is about recognising and respecting the rights of oneself and others)
• has unpredictable mood swings, blows hot and cold, often suddenly and without warning
• is inconsistent in their judgement, often overruling, ignoring or denying what they said previously
• is inflexible and unable to evaluate options and alternatives
• is unforgiving and often seizes on and exploits others' mistakes or perceived mistakes
• is financially irresponsible and often has a bad credit rating
• has a cavalier attitude to Health and Safety
• is quick to anger and often has an unpredictable temper
• can be unpredictably and disarmingly pleasant, especially when you are unmasking them in front others - this plays on people's sympathies and is a use of guilt for manipulation and control
• is often humourless and emotionally flat; attempts at humour are often shallow and superficial
• is insecure and sees others as a threat; the threat seems to comprise a fear of exposure of inadequacy, and often borders on paranoia; the individual may have a paranoid personality
• is uncommunicative and uncooperative, and is evasive when asked for information (eg by subordinates)
• for communication, often relies excessively or exclusively on memos, emails, yellow stickies, or third parties and other strategies for avoiding face-to-face contact
• has no listening skills, ignores and overrules you; it can be like talking to a brick wall
• displays inappropriate and hostile body language
• makes inappropriate eye contact, either too little (or none at all) or too much (staring)
• often reported as having an evil stare, sometimes with eyes that appear black rather than coloured
• is unable to sustain a mature adult conversation (you may only realise this in retrospect)
• sees people as objects (in the same way that child sex abusers and rapists see their targets as objects for their gratification)
• often displays interpersonal behaviour that is ill-advised, especially with a sexual overtone, eg invasion of intimate zone, gestures or comments which include inappropriate sexual references or innuendo, being inappropriately intimate with clients, being too friendly too soon, etc
• is incapable of intimacy
• lacks a conscience and shows no remorse
• displays excessive and rigid adherence to procedures, rules, regulations etc, usually as a cover for lack of creativity; their work is largely bureaucratic in nature and obedience of orders from above is a priority
• finds ritual important and comforting, and frequently indulges in ritual and ritualistic activity
• often forms or joins lots of committees to look busy and important but never achieves anything of significance or value
• when called upon to exercise judgement, relies on and insists on rigid adherence to procedures and rules (this is an abdication of responsibility and an admission of inability to manage)
• gains gratification from bullying people by imposing rules, regulations, laws etc and insisting on adherence thereto, regardless of their relevance or efficacy
• often exhibits a psychopathic personality, the main features of which are:
• an unwillingness to conform to the rules of society: thinks that rules, regulations, procedures and the law do not apply to them - but insists that others adhere rigidly
• an inability to tolerate minor frustrations
• a tendency to act impulsively, recklessly and randomly
• an inability to form stable relationships (the bully's private life is usually a mess)
• an inability or unwillingness to learn from past experience, however unpleasant - this "learning blindness" is a key feature of the serial bully and differentiates the serial bully from the unwitting bully; this inability to learn seems to be concentrated in the area of interpersonal, social, communication and behavioural skills; closer inspection suggests that the bully does learn from experience, but only how be more secretive and how to be more skilled at evading accountability
Other adjectives to describe the serial bully include cunning, conniving, scheming, calculating, cruel, sadistic, ruthless, treacherous, premeditated, exploitative, parasitic, pernicious, malevolent, obnoxious, opportunist, unconcerned, etc.
The lack of interpersonal, social, and empathic skills are reminiscent of autism; the serial bully relies almost entirely on rules, procedures, aggression, denial and mimicry to hide their lack of people skills. Psychopaths and sociopaths are often excellent actors and mimics.
Most people with this profile are incompetent at their job and the bullying is intended to hide this incompetence. However, a few recent cases suggest that some serial bullies (especially the quiet ones):
• are good at carrying out rule-based or procedurally-oriented jobs which require no free thinking or imagination; these people fall down when required to step outside this role, eg dealing with people
• (especially males) excel in one area of work (usually scientific in nature) and may be regarded as the leading authority in their field but are lacking in almost every other respect, especially in interpersonal skills (this is reminiscent of savant syndrome); they also tend to be physically aggressive and may have a reputation for sexual harassment

 
Thursday, September 18, 2003
  On the first of September I wrote a little about bullies. I have more to say on the matter. Statistics show half the UK population is bullied.

Where are people bullied?
• at work by their manager or co-workers or subordinates, or by their clients (bullying, workplace bullying, mobbing, work abuse, harassment, discrimination)
• at home by their partner or parents or siblings or children (bullying, assault, domestic violence, abuse, verbal abuse)
• at school (bullying, harassment, assault)
• in the care of others, such as in hospital, convalescent homes, care homes, residential homes (bullying, harassment, assault)
• in the armed forces (bullying, harassment, discrimination, assault)
• by those in authority (harassment, abuse of power)
• by neighbours and landlords (bullying, harassment)
• by strangers (harassment, stalking, assault, sexual assault, rape, grievous bodily harm, murder)

How do you know if you're being bullied?
Bullying differs from harassment and assault in that the latter can result from a single incident or small number of incidents - which everybody recognises as harassment or assault - whereas bullying tends to be an accumulation of many small incidents over a long period of time. Each incident tends to be trivial, and on its own and out of context does not constitute an offence or grounds for disciplinary or grievance action. So, ...

What is bullying?
• constant nit-picking, fault-finding and criticism of a trivial nature - the triviality, regularity and frequency betray bullying; often there is a grain of truth (but only a grain) in the criticism to fool you into believing the criticism has validity, which it does not; often, the criticism is based on distortion, misrepresentation or fabrication
• simultaneous with the criticism, a constant refusal to acknowledge you and your contributions and achievements or to recognise your existence and value
• constant attempts to undermine you and your position, status, worth, value and potential
• where you are in a group (eg at work), being singled out and treated differently; for instance, everyone else can get away with murder but the moment you put a foot wrong - however trivial - action is taken against you
• being isolated and separated from colleagues, excluded from what's going on, marginalized, overruled, ignored, sidelined, frozen out, sent to Coventry
• being belittled, demeaned and patronised, especially in front of others
• being humiliated, shouted at and threatened, often in front of others
• being overloaded with work, or having all your work taken away and replaced with either menial tasks (filing, photocopying, minute taking) or with no work at all
• finding that your work - and the credit for it - is stolen and plagiarised
• having your responsibility increased but your authority taken away
• having annual leave, sickness leave, and - especially - compassionate leave refused
• being denied training necessary for you to fulfil your duties
• having unrealistic goals set, which change as you approach them
• ditto deadlines which are changed at short notice - or no notice - and without you being informed until it's too late
• finding that everything you say and do is twisted, distorted and misrepresented
• being subjected to disciplinary procedures with verbal or written warnings imposed for trivial or fabricated reasons and without proper investigation
• being coerced into leaving through no fault of your own, constructive dismissal, early or ill-health retirement, etc

How do I recognise a bully?
Most bullying is traceable to one person, male or female - bullying is not a gender issue. Bullies are often clever people (especially female bullies) but you can be clever too.
Who does this describe in your life?
• Jekyll & Hyde nature - vicious and vindictive in private, but innocent and charming in front of witnesses; no-one can (or wants to) believe this individual has a vindictive nature - only the current target sees both sides
• is a convincing, compulsive liar and when called to account, will make up anything spontaneously to fit their needs at that moment
• uses lots of charm and is always plausible and convincing when peers, superiors or others are present; the motive of the charm is deception and its purpose is to compensate for lack of empathy
• relies on mimicry to convince others that they are a "normal" human being but their words, writing and deeds are hollow, superficial and glib
• displays a great deal of certitude and self-assuredness to mask their insecurity
• excels at deception
• exhibits unusual inappropriate attitudes to sexual matters or sexual behaviour; underneath the charming exterior there are often suspicions or intimations of sexual harassment, sex discrimination or sexual abuse (sometimes racial prejudice as well)
• exhibits much controlling behaviour and is a control freak
• displays a compulsive need to criticise whilst simultaneously refusing to acknowledge, value and praise others
• when called upon to share or address the needs and concerns of others, responds with impatience, irritability and aggression
• often has an overwhelming, unhealthy and narcissistic need to portray themselves as a wonderful, kind, caring and compassionate person, in contrast to their behaviour and treatment of others; the bully is oblivious to the discrepancy between how they like to be seen (and believe they are seen), and how they are actually seen
• has an overbearing belief in their qualities of leadership but cannot distinguish between leadership (maturity, decisiveness, assertiveness, trust and integrity) and bullying (immaturity, impulsiveness, aggression, distrust and deceitfulness)
• when called to account, immediately and aggressively denies everything, then counter-attacks with distorted or fabricated criticisms and allegations; if this is insufficient, quickly feigns victimhood, often by bursting into tears (the purpose is to avoid answering the question and thus evade accountability by manipulating others through the use of guilt)
• is also ... aggressive, devious, manipulative, spiteful, vengeful, doesn't listen, can't sustain mature adult conversation, lacks a conscience, shows no remorse, is drawn to power, emotionally cold and flat, humourless, joyless, ungrateful, dysfunctional, disruptive, divisive, rigid and inflexible, selfish, insincere, insecure, immature and deeply inadequate, especially in interpersonal skills
It is estimated that one person in thirty has this behaviour profile. They are described as having a disordered personality: an aggressive but intelligent individual who expresses their violence psychologically (constant criticism etc) rather than physically (assault).

What does bullying do to my health?
Bullying causes injury to health and makes you ill. How many of these symptoms do you have?
• constant high levels of stress and anxiety
• frequent illness such as viral infections especially flu and glandular fever, colds, coughs, chest, ear, nose and throat infections (stress plays havoc with your immune system)
• aches and pains in the joints and muscles with no obvious cause; also back pain with no obvious cause and which won't go away or respond to treatment
• headaches and migraines
• tiredness, exhaustion, constant fatigue
• sleeplessness, nightmares, waking early, waking up more tired than when you went to bed
• flashbacks and replays, obsessiveness, can't get the bullying out of your mind
• irritable bowel syndrome
• skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, athlete's foot, ulcers, shingles, urticaria
• poor concentration, can't concentrate on anything for long
• bad or intermittently-functioning memory, forgetfulness, especially with trivial day-to-day things
• sweating, trembling, shaking, palpitations, panic attacks
• tearfulness, bursting into tears regularly and over trivial things
• uncharacteristic irritability and angry outbursts
• hypervigilance (feels like but is not paranoia), being constantly on edge
• hypersensitivity, fragility, isolation, withdrawal
• reactive depression, a feeling of woebegoneness, lethargy, hopelessness, anger, futility and more
• shattered self-confidence, low self-worth, low self-esteem, loss of self-love, etc

This information was taken from Bully OnLine.
 
Wednesday, September 17, 2003
  Sometimes I have so much to say, I just don't know how to say it. 
Saturday, September 13, 2003
  How characteristic. I get an audience and I get stage fright. 
Tuesday, September 09, 2003
  Despite refraining from forming pre-conceived ideas sometimes the odd misconception happens upon me. Seeing behind the wheel of an Alfa Romeo 156 a thirty-something mother it was with disappointment that I heard her open her mouth and struggle to utter a comprehensible sentence constructed of no more than 3 recognisable words. The rest of her speech was littered with expletives that would make my grandmother blush. Her hair straw like in appearance and over bleached capped off a figure clothed in ill-fitting high street designer labels, gold sovereign rings clutching a crumpled packet of Benson & Hedges waiting to collect her ill-mannered and equally incomprehensible child from school. The child eagerly tries to tell his mother about his day, albeit his speech also littered with expletives, she dismisses his attempts at conversation with the contempt I would show an insect buzzing around my ears. Money maketh not the man, nor indeed the woman in this case.

Still, the Alfa 156 is a beautiful car.



On an entirely different theme I have applied to join yet another web ring, Obscure Logs. My blogshares portfolio is looking impressive; I haven’t yet linked all the blogs I currently have shares in. Something to do in the near future, and perhaps merit it’s own category in the sidebar.
 
Monday, September 08, 2003
  In this modern world where communication has become impersonal how do people form relationships? By relationships I am referring to associations and interactions on all levels, be it business or personal right down to the intimate personal relationships. When you can’t see the whites of someone’s eyes, read their body language, or hear the tone and inflection in their voice how do you know that they are an honourable person with principles and respectful intentions.

Maybe I’m just a little too cynical but there is nothing quite like human to human interaction.
 
Sunday, September 07, 2003
  Finally achieving something I’ve been longing to do for some time is exceptionally satisfying.

To say the least I am sporting a smug grin. 
Saturday, September 06, 2003
 

And the rain came back the very next day. 
Friday, September 05, 2003
  George W. Bush has already cancelled one visit to this country because he felt more than a little unwelcome. The man is terribly secretive about state visits, but Laura Bush recently let slip that a visit to the UK is being planned sometime in autumn. Our aim is to give the man the bum's rush before he even arrives and/or show him exactly what we think of him in the finest British tradition.

Manic over at Bloggerheads has started a campaign to Bare Your Bum at Bush.

I'm making my political statement, are you? 
Thursday, September 04, 2003
  Yesterday I bought shares in Bill Stevenson Dot Org and overnight they’ve done rather well, they’ve gone from being worth $0.20 each to $16.98. If only I’d bought more than 200 shares. Now I need to find someone else to invest in the trouble is I fear I’m being picky as I’m only choosing blogs I actually want to read as well. 
Wednesday, September 03, 2003
  I’m feeling rather pleased with myself today. By doing a small something I’m starting to create something I’m rather pleased with. Finally the comments system seems to be working and I am listed on blogshares.

Excuses me whilst I tilt my chair a little to celebrate.
 
Tuesday, September 02, 2003
  Another Gene Eric thought for today’s post.

If I do something small everyday in year’s time I will have achieved something of significance.
 
Monday, September 01, 2003
  The Gene Eric thought for today is about big people and little people.

When you think you are a big person it’s easy to oppress the little person simply because they roll over and play the victim so well. It doesn’t make you a big person to do it; it just makes you a bully. To persecute someone that you have befriended previously makes you even more of a coward as you use what you have learned to make them suffer. Does it give you satisfaction to see their torment? Wouldn’t it be more satisfying in the long run to slowly toil on a strong person and break them? That is if you feel the need to shatter anyone at all?

A good and strong person, a true leader, should not need to prove themselves by the number of people they have quashed as that is not the sign of a leader but a sign of tyrant and coward hiding behind the façade of self importance.
 
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