Thursday May 23, 2013
Circumcision: Trauma, Child Maltreatment, Modality and Socialized StalkingDr. Richard Matteoli Salem-News.com
There are only three sins – causing pain, causing fear, and causing anguish. The rest is window dressing. - Roger Caras
(MONTEREY, CA) - When a victim or spectator cannot question, prevent or stop child abuse, the result is learned helplessness. Children cannot protect themselves from adults and powerful social forces.
Neither can concerned adults protect the child or themselves from this huge social bulldozer. They have all been entrapped in circumcision’s act lying of trauma.
Learned helplessness is re-experienced and reinforced with each violent act witnessed. Victims and observers alike are forbidden to publically question this socially sanction abusive blood ritual just as child molesters threaten their victims.
There are two types of Traumatic Events:
TYPE I may be a single short-term event such as rape, assault, or severe beating. This is the event of circumcision.
Type II involves repeated, long-term exposure within chronic victimization.
Though circumcision is a single event trauma may be re-triggered with a negative psychological emotion, either conscious or subconscious, from subsequent ritualistic community events. Even the mention of circumcision may create anxiety. The fact of circumcision is often observed during urination and sexual activities and can stir PTSD symptoms.
The American government defines Child Maltreatment, which circumcision surely is, as:
The physical and mental injury, sexual abuse, negligent treatment, or maltreatment of a child under the age of 18 by a person who was responsible for the child’s welfare under circumstances which indicate that the child’s health is harmed or threatened.
The National Association of Counsel for Children defines four types of Child Maltreatment where circumcision fits in all:
PHYSICAL ABUSE: Non-accidental physical injury as a result of caretaker acts. Physical abuse frequently includes: shaking, slapping, punching, beating, kicking, biting and burning.
SEXUAL ABUSE: Involvement is with dependent developmentally immature children and adolescents in sexual activities which they do not fully comprehend, and to which they are unable to give informed consent. Sexual abuse includes touching, fondling and penetration.
NEGLECT: Failure of caretakers to provide for a child’s fundamental needs. Although neglect can include children’s necessary emotional needs, neglect typically concerns adequate food, housing, medical care and education.
EMOTIONAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE: This is habitual verbal harassment of a child by disparagement, criticism, threat and ridicule. Emotional or psychological abuse includes behavior that threatens or intimidates a child. It includes threats, name calling, belittling and shaming. Circumcision enforces guilt and shame of existence.
There are many psychological categorizations for criminology. One for Nurture-Born Serial Killers has four modalities. Circumcision is socially nurtured.
Circumcision is a mock death ritual as an Attenuated Homicide where the child, the initiate, experiences the socialized apocalyptic event. With this, the individuals and society is self-glorified in Munchausen Complex abuse.
VISIONARY: Etiology may be from auditory or visual delusions or hallucinations. They are often psychotic, paranoid schizophrenics. Often they justify their acts with theological explanations. This is the only category that includes biogenic causes such as a brain tumor or brain damage.
MISSION-ORIENTED: Their goal is elimination of those deemed improper and they are correcting a perceived wrong. They are not delusional.
HEDONISTIC: These are the Lust Killers who kill for emotional and/or sexual pleasure. They are thrill-oriented, sadistic and kill in comfort. Main motive is just the ability to kill – why not?
POWER/CONTROL: These predators seek total domination over the life of another. The victim is subject perpetrator’s whim. Excitement is in power and control, through a perceived authority to so.
Socialized Stalking is an organized improper social behavior directed toward an individual or group of persons.
Love Obsession is a term the FBI’s John Douglas uses to refer to a variety of stalking situations. Twenty to twenty-five percent of stalkers are within Love Obsession guidelines. Stalkers want to control the object of their desire. Obsessive personalities are blindly focused on their target and do not lose interest.
Circumcision is a Basic Social Act, and involves Socialized Stalking. This is clearly evident on many parental Facebook pages as well as medicine. Narcissists are not in love with themselves. They are in love with their reflection and force their victim to conform to their own image they demand others to become.
Narcissists with a mission feel they are chosen and convinced they have a right to perpetrate a cultural ritual like genital cutting onto others. They disregard facts that contradict the mission which are useless to them. Self-perceived superiority and a sense of entitlement lead to aggression individually and socially.
The vilest deeds like poison weeds bloom well in prison air; it is only what is good in Man that wastes and withers there: Pale Anguish keeps the heavy gate and the Warden is Despair.
All articles are Mandated Reports to the social body regarding socialized and acculturated abuse. These Reports are available by Salem-News in the News, Hot Topics & Columnists listings under A Growing Movement to End Circumcision.
 Volpe, Joseph S., Effects of Domestic Violence on Children and Adolescents: An Overview, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress,1996.
 National Association of Counsel for Children, Denver Colorado.
 National Association of Counsel for Children, Denver Colorado.
 Hill, Sean Wolf, Nurture-Born Killers: The Motivation and Personality Development of the Serial Killer, Fall 1994, Student paper publication, Wayne State University.
 Douglas, John with Olshaker, Mark, Obsession, Pocket, 1998, pp. 332-333.
 Stalking, South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.
 Douglas, John with Olshaker, Mark, Obsession, Pocket, 1998, pp. 277-279.
 Vaknin, Sam, Malignant Self Love: Narcissism Revisited, Narcissus Pub., 2003.
Richard Matteoli graduated from St. Mary's College of California in 1967 and Creighton University in 1971. He is retired from the US Navy where he spent most of his career attached to the United States Marine Corps and officially rated a Devil Doc. Other clinical experience outside private practice includes working for California Indian Health and California's Solano County Clinic for the poor as well as the Solano County Jail.
He is the author of the Handbook text references The Munchausen Complex: Socialization of Violence and Abuse and The Totemic Analogy in Bible Symbolism. Salem-News.com has carried several articles over the years. Dr. Matteoli has also been helpful in research for other articles we have carried, particularly with regard to military base contamination. We have been very pleased to have the honor of sharing his valuable writing with our readers.
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