Marty Rathbun’s Insanity

One of the fundamental principles of Marty Rathbun’s insanity is that he believes that life is a war.  He teaches his handful of followers that life is a deadly serious activity. He conditions them to believe that there are enemies and spies everywhere.

He admits to be a merchant of chaos and that he likes to stir up chaos and threats and instigate turmoil.

Marty Rathbun’s view is to fight at any cost! Defeat the designated enemy, real or imagined, by any means necessary. Hence, Rathbun has become a sorry example of what he actually failed to handle. Those who know or knew Marty personally will tell you that he is incapable of accepting challenges. Fights, quarrels, skirmishes, and so on are Marty’s favorite games.   He is obsessed by having to dominate and overwhelm his opponents, once again real or imagined, he believes are “persecuting” him.

The obsession of having to continuously fighting such real or imaginary opponents at whatever cost is precisely the point of Marty Rathbun’s insanity.

If you have any reservations in believing this, see for yourself what Marty wrote about his modus operandi:

“The motivations for these acts are a psychotic computation for self-preservation: keep enough chaos and threat stirred up in the environment, make myself appear to be a solution to it instead of the instigator of it, and lots of people go down and remain in turmoil while I go unrecognized as the source of it and survive.”

Marty Rathbun

“This suppressive operating basis was employed to try to maintain the false impression that I have some other production record externally that warrants me maintaining a high position.  In fact, this is a fraud I have perpetrated. On external lines my operation is the same – it is consists of the S.P. characteristic of only restimulating and never destimulating.” 

Marty Rathbun

“I have developed a slick false PR technique of positioning myself as having been integral in handling threats during and after the fact…”

Marty Rathbun

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