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[SDNY MORGUE] Jason Goodman's trail of mental health incidents: terrorizing women

Updated: 6 days ago


This August 13th marks the fourth anniversary of the death of investigative journalist Jenny Marie Moore. What were her connections to the divisive and polarizing Jason "woman hater" Goodman, the alleged malignant narcissist roaming the streets of New York City,


F.B.I. INFORMANTS EVERYWHERE


The story of the death of Jenny "Task Force" Moore is the story of the crowd of informants for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.).



Jason "informant" Goodman has been very open about his reports to the F.B.I. in April 2018 concerning a cryptocurrency and blockchain start-up (STEEMIT and DISCORD).



Jenny Marie Moore was also an informant to several agencies, including the F.B.I. She was found dead a few doors down from the room George Webb and his girlfriend (Deep NSA aka "Corean") shared at a sleazy motel in Camp Springs, Maryland.



ABOVE: Jason "informant" Goodman outs Jenny Moore at a Seth Rich press conference, a month before her weird death. Many people see Kason Goodman as a type of groomer.




ABOVE: Jason "informant" Goodman was seen in various videos stalking George Webb.


A CLUE INTO JASON GOODMAN'S MIND


Jason "informant" Goodman's on-line behavior seems to align with the following:


Narcissists and psychopaths dissociate (erase memories) a lot (are amnesiac) because their contact with the world and with others is via a fictitious construct: The false self.

Narcissists never experience reality directly but through a distorting lens darkly. They get rid of any information that challenges their grandiose self-perception and the narrative they had constructed to explicate, excuse and legitimize their antisocial, self-centered and exploitative behaviors, choices and idiosyncrasies.


In an attempt to compensate for the yawning gaps in memory, narcissists and psychopaths confabulate: They invent plausible "plug ins" and scenarios of how things might, could, or should have plausibly occurred. To outsiders, these fictional stopgaps appear as lies. But the narcissist fervently believes in their reality: He may not actually remember what had happened-but surely it could not have happened any other way!


These tenuous concocted fillers are subject to frequent revision as the narcissist's inner world and external circumstances evolve. This is why narcissists and psychopaths often contradict themselves. Tomorrow's confabulation often negates yesterday's. The narcissist and psychopath do not remember their previous tales because they are not invested with the emotions and cognitions that are integral parts of real memories.



In malignant narcissism, the true self of the narcissist is replaced by a false construct, imbued with omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence. The narcissist's thinking is magical and infantile. He feels immune to the consequences of his own actions. Yet, this very source of apparently superhuman fortitude is also the narcissist's Achilles heel.


The narcissist's personality is chaotic. His defense mechanisms are primitive. The whole edifice is precariously balanced on pillars of denial, splitting, projection, rationalization, and projective identification. Narcissistic injuries - life crises, such as abandonment, divorce, financial difficulties, incarceration, public opprobrium - can bring the whole thing tumbling down. The narcissist cannot afford to be rejected, spurned, insulted, hurt, resisted, criticized, or disagreed with.



OPINION AND EDITORIAL


Many Internet observers see only the brittle middle aged woman that is Jason "Karen" Goodman, a profound worshiper of George Webb.


This is known as the Goodman fallacy. Fallacies are fake or deceptive arguments, "junk cognition," that is, arguments that seem irrefutable but prove nothing. Fallacies often seem superficially sound and they far too often retain immense persuasive power even after being clearly exposed as false. Like epidemics, fallacies sometimes "burn through" entire populations, often with the most tragic results, before their power is diminished or lost.


Kason Goodman is famous for attempting to refute an argument by attacking the opposition’s intelligence, morals, education, professional qualifications, personal character or reputation, using a corrupted negative argument. But he would never attack wife beater Lee Stranahan.


KASON GOODMAN'S CONFABULATION


In an attempt to compensate for the yawning gaps in memory, narcissists and psychopaths confabulate: They invent plausible "plug ins" and scenarios of how things might, could, or should have plausibly occurred. To outsiders, these fictional stopgaps appear as lies. But the narcissist fervently believes in their reality: He may not actually remember what had happened-but surely it could not have happened any other way!


These tenuous concocted fillers are subject to frequent revision as the narcissist's inner world and external circumstances evolve. This is why narcissists and psychopaths often contradict themselves. Tomorrow's confabulation often negates yesterday's. The narcissist and psychopath do not remember their previous tales because they are not invested with the emotions and cognitions that are integral parts of real memories.









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