A Public Nuisance: Self-Revealed
‘Psychological unconsciousness thus overstayed makes this sort of credentialled & lavishly subsidised personality on the threshold of old age into the type of the public nuisance.’ [B Wook]
by B Wook
Mr Clapper reveals in his utterances, below, the sort of psychological unconsciousness that alone can allow such emotional over-identification with the ephemeral on the part of the self-styled ‘rational’ professional:
This element of blindness to ones own insides in the first half of life, of course, is necessary then to fuel ones drive in the social struggle; however, such a massa confusens in the full reek of individual middle age is a collective symptom, too:
This example of the automatic reliance on over-wrought metaphor to convey a factitious sense of ‘urgency’ shows how suffering individuals in such settings collectively embody the crisis of our late-modern Old Professional Order, now floundering with no comprehension in Early Postmodern & straining desperately, at bottom, simply to renew its former significance & breath new life into a corpse.
The real problem is that the anachronistic credentiallist personality when tossed into the turmoil of its individual mid-life crisis & because of the collective extraversion of its milieu, then will generate with peers all in the same boat simply tremendous phantasies of the most extraordinary danger!
Psychological unconsciousness thus overstayed makes this sort of credentialled & lavishly subsidised personality on the threshold of old age into the type of the public nuisance.
And, without accountability, this sort of psychological problem then can bring about the most hellish consequences for all in the vicinity; indeed, this sort of ghaibiyya, or ‘heedlessness’ as the Sufis call it, has decreed the final end of every political set-up & civilisation, thus far
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[9 June 2013]