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Every threat needs an introduction: it is the part where you make it clear that you are going to threaten someone for a start.
It consists of two things, the first one being essential as the second is optional: Example: “If you don’t let me go […]” “If you don’t get the fuck away from my son […]” “If I don’t get my car back before tomorrow […]” Sometimes, the Introduction is more subtle in its Promise: the first person singular and the act you make believe you’ll do/you are planning to do are only implied.
It was, if I can phrase it like this, a matter of everything I hated versus everything I loved.
In the hate column: dictatorship, religion, stupidity, demagogy, censorship, bullying, and intimidation.
To re-state the premise of the argument again: the theocratic head of a foreign despotism offers money in his own name in order to suborn the murder of a civilian citizen of another country, for the offense of writing a work of fiction. Bush, when asked to comment, could only say grudgingly that, as far as he could see, no American interests were involved…” ― Christopher Hitchens, tags: atheism, bastille, bullying, censorship, demagogy, dictatorship, enlightenment, fascism, fatwa, first-amendment, free-speech, friendship, george-hw-bush, hate, humor, individualism, intimidation, iran, irony, khomeini, literature, love, principles, religion, rushdie, satanic-verses, stupidity, theocracy, united-states, united-states-constitution, washington-post “He poked his finger into my chest again.
No more root-and-branch challenge to the values of the Enlightenment (on the bicentennial of the fall of the Bastille) or to the First Amendment to the Constitution, could be imagined. “Well, I have something to tell you: don’t let the sun set on you in this county, because…”I grabbed his wrist and yanked him forward, tripping him with my foot. “Listen well, because I won’t be repeating myself, you racist prick.
But the sea, though changed in a sinister way, will continue to exist; the threat is rather to life itself.” ― Rachel Carson, “Look how we take your children and sacrifice them and there’s nothing you can do. I just want you to know this: if I ever get the chance to betray you, I will.If the opportunity arises to pay you back, I'll take it.The solution is to use effective words by learning how to threaten someone like a real psychopath. It is simple: psychopaths always were admired for their boldness and their lack of reserve when it comes to mutilate herds and goring little children with butcher knives.In fact, those qualities and their skill when it comes to burst into maniacal laughter are highly impressive but tend to drive people into fearing psychopaths.
If you make a threat that doesn't instill fear, you just wasted your time and made your adversary think the exact opposite of what you wanted.