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#76:The "paranoid pseudo-community" are the people the paranoiac falsely believes are paying attention to him (CIA,etc). A lot like Twitter, FB!
— Fri May 01 2009 01:53 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#352:One tool of supression is paranoia. If you can imagine a threat in an outside alternative, it won't threaten your own investments.
— Sat May 23 2009 10:26 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#453:Paranoia is essential to sustaining any religion. There has to be the sense that the rest of the world is out to get us.
— Sun May 31 2009 14:01 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#581:"Paranoia" is a strategy of defending the self by inventing outside threats. They may be scary, but not as scary as living without them.
— Wed Jun 10 2009 03:12 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#582:"Paranoid aggression" is an outwardly aggressive act (assault, etc) that is seen as purely defensive by the person taking it.
— Wed Jun 10 2009 03:46 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#583:A "paranoid panic" is when paranoia triggers a catastropic collapse of self-esteem which causes even worse paranoia.
— Wed Jun 10 2009 03:59 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#584:In a panic, mild paranoia can become extreme, often leading to highly aggressive acts far outside the norms of society.
— Wed Jun 10 2009 04:04 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#585:Crime sprees are usually the result of paranoid panic, as are workplace killings by just-fired workers.
— Wed Jun 10 2009 04:13 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#587:Paranoia thrives in those with low native self-esteem, and it is easier to sustain when these people are isolated from others.
— Wed Jun 10 2009 04:29 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#588:A paranoiac with too many resources tends to become even more paranoid, because he has the power to further isolate himself. (Howard Hughes)
— Wed Jun 10 2009 04:36 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#589:Classic paranoiacs: Ted Kaczynski, Howard Hughes, Richard Nixon, Hitler, Saddam, conspiracists, cult leaders, you, me...
— Wed Jun 10 2009 04:54 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#590:Anyone can get paranoid when their world is collapsing around them. It takes great intellectual discipline to retain perspective.
— Wed Jun 10 2009 04:58 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#591:See my old essay: "Paranoia: Our Enemy Within" http://bit.ly/Ik29m (Kilroy Cafe #26, Jan 09)
— Wed Jun 10 2009 16:03 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1244:Most paranoid delusions assume, falsely, that you are important enough to others that they would bother to conspire against you.
— Sat Aug 22 2009 00:35 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1245:If the NSA is bugging your phone and aliens are probing your mind, well, at least somebody cares!
- #paranoia — Sat Aug 22 2009 00:37 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1430:Paranoia usually assumes that the world cares more about you than it actually does.
— Mon Sep 14 2009 04:52 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1966:Paranoia is a self-leveling mechanism which assures that your quality of life will never rise above the level of your inner self-esteem.
— Mon Jan 11 2010 12:34 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1968:The underlying function of paranoia is to allow you to blame some outside force for your own problems.
— Mon Jan 11 2010 15:11 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1970:At some point in an escalating conflict, paranoia kicks in and no more negotiation is possible. All you can do then is defend your borders.
— Mon Jan 11 2010 17:15 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#1971:A paranoid person may be extremely violent and aggressive but does not perceive himself as such. He thinks he is simply defending himself.
— Mon Jan 11 2010 17:19 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2035:Paranoia -- a self-centered delusion of threat or attention that allows the subject to avoid responsibility for his own inadequacies.
— Wed Jan 20 2010 23:47 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2037:Paranoia is delusional not in the sense that the CIA/NSA isn't capable of watching you but that they would care enough about you to bother.
— Thu Jan 21 2010 00:30 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2232:There is no benign word or act that can't be interpreted as a threat. That's the magic of paranoia!
— Sun Feb 07 2010 13:31 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2233:When a paranoiac sees an imaginary threat, he may "defend himself" aggressively. The world responds, and the threat becomes real!
— Sun Feb 07 2010 13:38 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2365:Most violence is born of paranoia. In some distorted way, the perpetrator believes he is under threat and is merely defending himself.
— Mon Feb 15 2010 02:46 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2370:Stupid people aren't just boring but dangerous, because when under pressure they don't have the mental discipline to avoid paranoia.
— Mon Feb 15 2010 09:29 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2371:When someone is paranoid, they are inherently dangerous, because they can easily turn against you in "self defense".
— Mon Feb 15 2010 09:31 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2372:All my tweets on paranoia: http://bit.ly/cqej4O
— Mon Feb 15 2010 10:03 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2569:There is no reasoning with paranoia. Anything you say or do becomes part of the conspiracy.
— Sun Feb 28 2010 01:02 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2575:Your relationship is doomed if your partner worships you but doesn't understand you. Sooner or later, worship will change to paranoia.
— Sun Feb 28 2010 13:39 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2576:The other side of worship is paranoia. In both cases, you are seeing the object of your attention as capable of more than he really is.
— Sun Feb 28 2010 13:42 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2712:Paranoia, once it needs to exist, will always find a reason.
— Wed Mar 10 2010 22:59 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2713:The purpose of paranoia is to defend the ego, to make your own flaws and mistakes seem justified.
— Wed Mar 10 2010 23:06 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar
#2715:Paranoia often ends in an explosion of violence as the paranoiac cuts off all avenues for his own escape.
— Wed Mar 10 2010 23:11 GMT — view/retweet - FavStar

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