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Stockholm Syndrome

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Stockholm Syndrome

Making excuses for “government” criminality

By Perry Willis and Jim Babka

 

Captives who sympathize with their captors are said to suffer from Stockholm Syndrome. This is exactly how most people behave towards “governments.”

 
  • People don’t judge criminal actions committed by “governments” the way they normally would — they apply a double standard

  • They make excuses for “government” criminality, and even encourage it

  • And they fail to empathize with the victims “government” creates

 

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