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Let’s dive in for a moment. In “The Hidden Payoff to Demonization” Marc Gafni talks about “Why do we demonize someone”
In the Salem witch trials we called a woman whose femininity was threatening to the community, whose healing challenged conventions in the community, whose sexuality was out of step with the mores of Puritanism, we called her a witch. And then all sorts of people would come forth with first-person testimonies, which were never checked, in order to attest to her witchcraft.
An intense demonization would begin to take place, and the demonizations built on each other until you could have dozens of stories which are all little moments that got distorted, twisted, and then people say, “Oh my god, there’s dozens of stories, it must be true.” It’s not. It’s a process of the madness of crowds. Now, the madness of crowds is amplified exponentially on the Internet. It’s not Salem. It’s the Internet where hate trolling, madness of crowds, ulterior agendas, collusion between parties, those are all hidden.
Gafni then identifies three main reasons why people demonize:
One, you demonize the person who you’re making false complaints against to make sure no one will talk to them. And if no one will talk to them then no one will actually be able to check the evidence that he or she might have which shows that you made false complaints.
Marc Gafni then addresses the second major reason that is:
If you demonize the person sufficiently you can get up in the morning and look in the mirror better, because, okay, the complaints might have been false, but they’re such a bad person anyways, who really cares? Reason two.
Gafni then explains reason three:
You demonize a person because by ascribing to them demonic and occult powers—part of the demonization campaign that I suffered, and it was brutal, was the amount of times it was written on the Web: he has occult powers, he has dark powers, he has demonic powers—what that does is it makes the person you’re accusing all-powerful and infantilizes you. And only if you’re powerless and they’re powerful can you then be a victim accusing them of being a perpetrator. But if you’re both powerful then there’s mutuality, then there’s responsibility. So self-infantilization takes place through demonizing the other person. Those are the three core reasons that we deploy demonization as a strategy in a false complaint story.
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Main Video Posts on Marc Gafni Internet Abuse: About Truth, Abuse & Malice
- Marc Gafni on Discerning Truth: The 4 Litmus Tests
- Marc Gafni on Malice and the Victim Triangle
- Marc Gafni on Manipulating through the Confirmation Bias in Service of Untruth
- Marc Gafni on The Hidden Payoff to Demonization
- Marc Gafni on Deploying the Myth of Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire – The Playbook
- Marc Gafni on Digital Abuse: Crowdsourcing a Witch Hunt
- Marc Gafni on Digital Abuse – Dog-Piling of Sources
- Marc Gafni on Digital Abuse: Google Results
- Marc Gafni on Sexual McCarthyism
- Marc Gafni on Name Rape
- Marc Gafni on Fake News
- 2/2/17 Shocking Fake News Story: Marc Gafni Responds