Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Deception Detection: Statement Analysis Training

With Richard Hall's release of his documentary on Madeleine McCann, we have received a number of requests for training information.    

The documentary shows basic principles explained to a  general audience.  This is very different than the work that analysts, and only the most basic of elements can be presented.  Some of the deeper indicators of deception would take too long to explain in the limits of a  documentary.  

Statement Analysis is a scientific process in which words are broken down, examined, and reassembled with the primary focus upon discerning deception.  As being "scientific", it means that the same methodology used should produce the same results.  Some of these elementary practices can be learned through reading, but without formal training, there is a ceiling of understanding, and without formal instruction, there will always be error which, for us, is never acceptable as it discredits our science.  Without formal training, one cannot go beyond the basics, and given the odds of exception, error is compounded with missed information.  

Seminars are just the beginning.  

Principle must first be memorized and then understood.  Then comes the necessity of having work proofed:  we are lie detectors and do not accept error.  This is often the most important part of training:  having a professional not only review your work, correct it, but to introduce new and deeper principles, and make recommendations for further study.  

In training we always present statements that, without training, even the most avid reader will fail.  

By the time one reaches certification, he or she is ready to analyze professionally.  This goes for law enforcement, security, human resources, journalists, therapists, attorneys, and so many other professions where discerning deception is important.  This level of certification is for approval, not simply completion of work.  It means the work has been challenged, in live ongoing cases, where error cannot be accepted.  

Yet, even in the first weeks of training, the student is actively analyzing and applying the work.  This successful application, from the beginning, is inspiring.  

The student is not studying murder, or arson, or missing children; the student is studying words and human communication.  It will be applicable for all areas of communication.  The student reaches a point where he or she never reads or listens in the same way again.  

In our home training, the same material is presented that is in the seminar except that in the course, recordings of the lectures are included which allow the new analyst repeated listens.  This is something that has served me well years ago, including listening to lectures via ear phones while doing chores.  It caused me to memorize entire portions, though I was only listening for understanding.  

Work is done and submitted via email.  

This includes homework, quizzes, and exams.  

The answers sought are not only correct, but accompanying explanation that shows an understanding of the material.  This form of "narrative learning" is powerful.  You not only understand why "coffee" is flagged in a sentence, but why it is there, what it means, and what should be done about it.  This understanding, found in narrative form, allows you to scan the internet for news stories to analyze and submit for examination.  If there is an error, it will be traced back and corrected.  Where the analysis is sound, the next challenge for depth begins.  

We offer:

"Statement Analysis Complete Course

This is a complete course designed to build a solid foundation.  Tuition is $595.  With this the new analyst receives 12 months of e support and this will produce deception detection thoroughly.  The content analysis also begins, which allows for the stronger foundation for:  

"Statement Analysis Advanced Course" is a lengthy in depth course which is only offered to those who have completed the Complete Course.  This is because unless the foundation is very strong, many of the more complex techniques will cause confusion and eventually error.  Tuition is $995 and includes another year of support which will be needed, particularly over the deep analysis necessary.  

The language of addiction;
The language of trauma;
The language of sexual abuse.  This is especially helpful for Sex Crimes units.  
Recognizing contamination 
Facing the "rule breakers" in analysis 

This begins the work of Psycho-lingustic profiling, which begins "Anonymous Author Identification" and threat assessment.  Here, you know where deception exists but now the personality traits of the subject.  

Live Online Training 

By enrolling in training, you are eligible for ongoing, monthly guided training.  

This is scheduled monthly and is for 6 hours.  It is $50 per month, with  a discount for a 12 month commitment.  Analysts often simply sign up ongoing because it not only keeps our skills sharp, but with the complexity of human nature and language, we are forever learning.  

This training is often confidential.  

Police departments from around the country ask for analysis from our teams of analysts and I often 'warn' new analysts:  this is addicting!  

Picture facing a new statement with no knowledge of the case and being asked to produce a written report that says:

*The person is truthful or the person is lying;
*Who did it
*When he did it
*Why he did it
*How he did it
and even the questions that must be asked in the interview.   With profiling, we also submit a strategy based upon the subject's dominant personality traits.  

We run at 100% success and accept nothing less.  

There is no substitute for formal training.  One of the exciting elements for those who have spent considerable time reading on the blog is the change in their own comments as they receive training.  

This live training is approved by the University of Maine "CEUs'" for professional licenses.  

Department of Justice 

Trained analysts are vital for business.  

Today it has become common for an employee to "fall", and seek a settlement.  Not only do we intervene to highlight deception in the fraudulent claims, we show employers how to weed out those who are statistically most likely to steal, or attempt exploitation via fraudulent claims, including harassment, hostile work environment and discrimination claims. 

In 2001, the DOJ said that of those who stole from their companies, 40% admitted planning theft before they were even hired. 

The frightening element of this is not just the large percentage, but that this statistic does not include theft by exploitation through fraudulent complaints.  

With companies insurance rates and risk of reputation, too many will seek to make quiet payoffs.  

With our training, this is no longer necessary.  

The level of acceptance of deception in our culture has produced an acute need for lie detection in society.  There are many opportunities to build your resume, strengthen or gain traction for your career, and prepare for new, unknown opportunities.  

Each new analyst has a careful file kept with their work, progress, strengths, and challenges, along with recommendations.  We tailor addition work specifically for the employment and career goals of the analyst.  


Statement Analyst I 

This is a professional analyst who can be sent work and can now analyze statements proficiently.  The Statement Analyst has completed the Complete Course, and has a minimum of 60 hours of live training completed and has the recommendation of 3 professionals.  

Statement Analyst II

This is the professional who now can do all analysis of statements but also psycho-lingistics, profiling, anonymous author identification, and can teach deception detection.  

The requirement is:

Successful completion of the Statement Analysis Course;
Successful completion of the Advanced Course;
A minimum of 120 hours of live training 
Submission of a final thesis approved by 3 professionals, including one at the federal level, one at the state level and one non law enforcement professional analyst.  This analyst likely has hands on teaching experience as well as a developed speciality or specific element such as trauma, homicide, or employment analysis.  

Contact us through Hyatt Analysis Services to begin training.  

Police, security, journalism, hiring, business, therapists, attorneys...the professionals that are in training are supported.  They quickly learn just how supportive professionals are of each other, in encouraging progress.  

The Case of Madeleine McCann: Part Two

The disappearance of Madeleine McCann continues to draw strong interest in the UK and the United States.  The case is in headlines today, with more investigations into child sex rings.

In the original analysis, the conclusion was "deception indicated" and in content:

  Madeleine died in the apartment and the parents conspired to cover up the unintended death by hiding her body.  This information came directly from the parents.  This is the sole source of information:  the words of the parents.  

But since this interview was years later, and since time for processing information impacts language, what about statements and interviews made immediately after reporting Madeleine kidnapped?

This is the second in a series of articles of analysis of the statements made in the immediate aftermath of reporting her "taken" from their apartment in Portugal with the question:

Will the earlier statements affirm or contradict the analysis conclusion? 

Here is the 2nd statement made by the McCanns shortly after they reported her missing. 

Will this statement affirm the original analysis?  

Will it affirm the analysis of the initial statement?

Or, will they now tell us that Madeleine has been kidnapped, and give the public the tools it needs to recover her?

Objection:  police may have helped prepare the statements. 


1.  We analyze the statement itself; this is a basic principle in statement analysis.  

We also look for additional authors (it is not here), particularly with law enforcement "lingo" to enter into the statement.  This would be seen in "height, weight", etc.  

2.  If police had assisted, we would likely see a direct plea to the kidnapper for Maddie's return and care, and we would see a description for the public to help find her.  

May 5, 2007

"We would like to make another short statement related to Madeleine's disappearance.

"First of all we would like to thank everyone here in Portugal, the UK and elsewhere for all your support during this extremingly... extremely difficult time for our family.

"We are pleased that the family liaison officers from Leicestershire are now working closely with the Portuguese Police, and in keeping us informed. We have no further information regarding the investigation but appreciate the significant efforts everyone is making on our behalf.

"We would again like to appeal for any information, however small, that may lead to the safe return of Madeleine.

"Finally we would like to thank the media for respecting our privacy especially that of Madeleine's little brother and sister."

"We would like to make another short statement related to Madeleine's disappearance.

"First of all we would like to thank everyone here in Portugal, the UK and elsewhere for all your support during this extremingly... extremely difficult time for our family.

"We are pleased that the family liaison officers from Leicestershire are now working closely with the Portuguese Police, and in keeping us informed. We have no further information regarding the investigation but appreciate the significant efforts everyone is making on our behalf.

"We would again like to appeal for any information, however small, that may lead to the safe return of Madeleine.

"Finally we would like to thank the media for respecting our privacy especially that of Madeleine's little brother and sister."

The first statement released showed a priority that did not include kidnapping, or recovery of the victim.  This showed agreement with the original analysis of the interview.  Here is the 2nd statement made by the McCanns after reporting their child, Madeleine, kidnapped.  

We would like to make another short statement related to Madeleine's disappearance.

In the language of the statement, Madeleine has not been kidnapped; she has "disappeared."  This distances the statement from the assertion of kidnapping.  Please see analysis about the window in original. 

Next, we note that not only do they avoid a commitment to kidnapping, changing it to "disappearance", we find further distance to it by seeking to make a short statement that is only "related" to, not about, the "disappearance."

From the statements, we should not say that the victim is kidnapped because the parents will not.  

We now see the introduction of a numeric, with "First", calling our attention to priority: 

"First of all we would like to thank everyone here in Portugal, the UK and elsewhere for all your support during this extremingly... extremely difficult time for our family.

1.  The priority is in thanking everyone; not in the kidnapping.
2.  The order has "Portugal" first.  Recall that Portugal police are first responders.  
3.  This is called the "ingratiating factor" where guilty parties wish to "make peace" with law enforcement, the public, or anyone who might question them. 

With the numeric, this "public relations" message is the priority; not the victim. 

4.  This continues with the suffering of the family, while avoiding what the victim may be experiencing.  

"We are pleased that the family liaison officers from Leicestershire are now working closely with the Portuguese Police, and in keeping us informed. 

Parents of a failed recovery rarely show "pleasure"; instead we have displeasure due to the failure of the police to locate the victim.  

The family liaison officers and police are not working together:  the family liaison offers are now working "closely" (unnecessary) "with" police.  The word "with" between people shows distance.  The unnecessary emphasis of "closely" combined with the use of "with" between people show the psychological distance. 

No word of concern for what the victim is experiencing in the hands of kidnappers.  

We have no further information regarding the investigation but appreciate the significant efforts everyone is making on our behalf.

Here we have a very strong signal of guilt, found in truth.  They are pleased and they appreciate...

the failure to locate Madeleine.  

We find this in the language of guilty parents of missing children--they are grateful for the failure to find the victim.  See DeOrr Kunz for samples as he heaped praise upon those who failed to find his son.  

"We would again like to appeal for any information, however small, that may lead to the safe return of Madeleine.

The distancing language continues.  This is something they "would" again "like" to do, rather than do it.  Here there should be two things:

1.  A direct conversation with the kidnapper... pleading for Madeleine's treatment and return; 
2.  A direct description to the public at large to spot Madeleine 

Parents of missing and kidnapped children seek to gain as much media exposure humanly possible and become panic stricken when media attention dies down:  

"Finally we would like to thank the media for respecting our privacy especially that of Madeleine's little brother and sister."

The McCanns have repeated their call for less media attention.  

Analysis Conclusion:

The second statement made after Madeleine was reported missing affirms the original analysis.  

We cannot say that Madeleine McCann was kidnapped or "taken", as the parents will not say so.  

They express no concern for Madeleine, further affirming that the victim is beyond parental concern. 

The "ingratiating factor" is the priority of this second statement:  they wish to be on "friendly terms" with those who would investigate and be suspicious of them.  This is another signal of guilt.  

The parents were not truthful about what happened to Madeleine and continue to indicate knowledge of her death.  

If Madeleine was kidnapped, particularly by a sex trafficking ring, the parents' parental instincts would be evident.  Instead, they direct us to Madeleine's death, that they said took place in the apartment in Portugal.  

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

The Case of Missing Madeleine McCann: Statements 2007

     The Case of Missing Madeleine McCann:  Part One  
by Peter Hyatt 

This will be a series of analysis articles to answer the question:

                "Was the original analysis correct?"

In analyzing the interview done by the McCanns, the criticism that it was done after a significant passage of time is appropriate. 

 That time had passed, allowing for processing of information and its impact of language was taken into consideration in the original analysis.  The defensive posture of the parents was also noted, in particular, in the "weighting" given to sensitivity indicators; the degree of sensitivity reduced, yet it did not alter the conclusion. 

But what of the very first things the McCanns said when they reported that Madeleine was kidnapped?

Would these statements affirm the analysis, deny the analysis, or remain indifferent or "neutral" towards it?

The analysis of the interview conducted by Richard Hall concluded:  

"Deception Indicated."

The content analysis showed 4 dominant points:  

1.  That Madeleine was not kidnapped. 
2.  That Madeleine was deceased. 
3.  That Madeleine died in the apartment.
4.  That the McCanns conspired together to conceal her remains.  

With these four points of conclusion we look at the early statements of the McCanns to see if the language shows:
a. A kidnapping did take place
b.  Urgency for Madeleine's recovery from the kidnapper or kidnappers.  

This will be in a series of analysis articles.  

We begin with the first released statements, as read by Gerry McCann.  From there, we will cover more of the statements, including analyzing the transcripts of interviews and televised appearances.  Statement #1 is covered here, with Statement #2 to be entered separately. 

Statement # 1   4 May, 2007 BBC News 10pm 

"Words cannot describe the anguish and despair that we are feeling as the parents of our beautiful daughter Madeleine.  
We request that anyone who may have any information related to Madeleine's disappearance, no matter how trivial, contact the Portuguese police and help us get her back safely.  
Please, if you have Madeleine, let her come home to her mummy, daddy, brother and sister.  
As everyone can understand how distressing the current situation is, we ask that our privacy is respected to allow us to continue assisting the police in their current investigation." 

We begin with an expectation:  a child has been kidnapped and the biological father is going to speak about the kidnapping. 

We do not view this statement as the "free editing process" where the father is speaking, freely, for himself.  In this expectation, we do expect him to speak for himself (personal) and for him and his wife, using the pronoun "we", but in a prepared written statement, he is speaking for both.  Therefore, the pronoun "we" is expected and not to be considered weak. 

When one should be speaking for oneself, the pronoun "I" is expected.  As parents of teenagers know, when guilt is present, the pronoun "we" is sometimes used to share guilt, or to 'hide in a crowd' as if "everyone was doing it, Mom!" to alleviate the burden. 

Context:  Madeleine is just under 4 years of age, and has been kidnapped.  

She is with her kidnapper and the parents are left with parental protective instinct stifled:  It is "unknown" what Madeleine is experiencing now.  This is to bear the unbearable for parents, while stymieing the father's ability to "make it ok" for the child.  After hearing the uncertainty of what Madeleine may be experiencing, we expect to hear a plea for her return, made directly to the kidnapper.  

Although it can sometime creep into the language, we hold to the expectation of priority:  Madeleine's safe return and not a focus on self.  That their child is in the hands of a stranger is unthinkable and the parents' concern is focused solely upon what Madeleine, currently with a stranger or strangers, is going through.  

"Words cannot describe the anguish and despair that we are feeling as the parents of our beautiful daughter Madeleine.  

Where one begins a statement is measured in statement analysis as priority.  

The statement begins with what the parents are going through. 

This is noted now, as the priority of the parents:  not an alert to the world that Madeleine has been kidnapped, or a direct plea to the kidnapper to return her.  

The statement begins with "self."  This is not expected in a kidnapping.  

We have, first, the parents' suffering but not what Madeleine is experiencing, nor a direct statement to the kidnapper.  

This is consistent with the recently published analysis where the focus and attention, including the number of words, is upon the McCanns themselves, with no concern for Madeleine.  This brought to the conclusion that, versus the parental instincts, Madeleine was 'beyond help'; that is, deceased.  

We now listen for a direct plea to the kidnapper.  Recall in the interview that they said they "knew" Madeleine "had been taken" (not "kidnapped"), so there should be no equivocation.  

The passivity of "words cannot describe", which is also in the negative, tells us:  the parents are restricted by what they can say as to their own emotions.  

Humans do not like to lie about their own emotions.  If they are, indeed, scared over being caught in a lie, this is not something they wish to express, therefore, they make a statement that tells us what they cannot do.  

We request that anyone who may have any information related to Madeleine's disappearance, no matter how trivial, contact the Portuguese police and help us get her back safely.  

This avoids speaking directly to the kidnapper.  This is also a peripheral statement; that is, not "to you who have taken Madeleine from us..." nor is it information about the kidnapping.  It is any information "related" to, not the kidnapping, nor even abduction but to "Madeleine's disappearance."  

There is no statement of belief that Madeleine has been kidnapped but now introduces the mysterious "disappearance."  They do not seek information about the disappearance only "related to", which is to show:

The statement not only distances itself from a kidnapping, but to any information about the kidnapping, the kidnappers and Madeleine's state of being.  

The statement literally distances itself from:

a.  kidnapping 
b.  obtaining tangible information about the kidnapping or kidnappers. 
c. forensics regarding Madeleine's recovery. There is no concern for what Madeleine is going through, no pleading to take care of her, nor even a description to help the public spot her:  

 She will not be seen by eye witnesses because she has "disappeared." 

Please, if you have Madeleine, let her come home to her mummy, daddy, brother and sister.  

The word "if" is not expected in a kidnapping case but keep in mind, the statement allows for her not to be kidnapped, but "disappeared", that is, no longer seen visibly.  

This weakens the assertion that Madeleine was taken, with the simple word "if", allowing for other possibilities into the disappearance of Madeleine.  

Although this is a minor point, "let her come home to her mummy, daddy, brother and sister" is to add in the young twins.  It forms a 'crowd' that is consistent with their inability to speak for themselves in the originally analyzed interview where they even spoke each others' "mind" and "emotions."
The desire for plurality is often a signal of guilt.  

As everyone can understand how distressing the current situation is, we ask that our privacy is respected to allow us to continue assisting the police in their current investigation." 

While parents of kidnapped children want the most possible media coverage, this statement, while avoiding commitment to a kidnapping, wants the opposite:  "our privacy."

This is explained as needed to "continue assisting" the police.  The word "continue" is weak unless there has been an accusation from police that they have not been doing what is not needed to be said:  assisting police. This is a weak statement and should have been unnecessary. 

The need to explain "why" they wish to be left alone, without being asked is very sensitive.  This means that they anticipated being asked, "Why would you want to be left alone?" because parents of kidnapped children seek as much media exposure as they can possibly obtain.  This is a very sensitive point to them. 

That it is so sensitive is measured against the absence of a single word that expresses concern for the victim. 

This continues the theme that began with the opening words:  it is about them; their well being rather than the child's, and now their well being to continue by not being scrutinized by the media.  They want their privacy because, as the statement begins, words cannot describe what they are going through. 

As this statement was made shortly after reporting that Madeleine was kidnapped, the void of concern for Madeleine in the face of protective capacities and instincts of parents suggest that Madeleine is, at the time of this statement, beyond parental concern.  

She is deceased.  

Analysis Conclusion:

The statement's priority is the parents' well being; not the child.  The parents do not want to do what parents of kidnapped children do:  talk to the press. 

Parents of missing or kidnapped children often fight for "air time" to highlight their child's plight via media:  it is the way to facilitate the child's safe return.  

Madeleine's current state with the kidnapper (s) is not addressed. 

The statement does not commit to a kidnapping, gives no description to help people locate her.  Therefore, the priority that is identified in statement analysis is affirmed;   it is the parents' well being and not the child. 

The statement shows the author (writer) does not believe the child was kidnapped. 

This statement affirms the original analysis conclusions above.  

The statement began with the priority:  the parents and it concluded with the same, actually wording against the recovery of the victim. 

They do not linguistically 'commit' to a kidnapping and since she is "disappeared", there is no need to describe her appearance to the public.  

Next, the McCanns made a second statement, also read by the father.  

Will it affirm the analysis, deny the analysis, or remain indifferent?


For training in statement analysis for law enforcement, journalists, bloggers, human resources, and other professionals, we offer a complete statement analysis course to be completed in your home, at your own pace with recorded lectures, workbook and submission of work via email.   It is a challenging course, and it comes with 12 months of e support; proofing and working through the various principles and applications to insure successful deception detection. 

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Anonymous Threatening Letter Against Muslims: Analysis

To properly assess the level of threat, we seek two dominant elements:

1.  The strength of commitment within the threat;
2.  The psycho-linguistic profile of the author to "know the man is to know the threat. "

We must understand the ideology.  When we fought Germany in World War II, we studied the beliefs of National Socialism, beginning with "Mein Kampf" and then the outworking of the "NAZI" party.  We did not seek to learn how many party members were not anti-semitic killers; we studied the ideology itself.  

The analyst must understand the ideologies present.  It is not about any person, but an ideology and how it might impact culture; as seen in language.  

Here are some basic principles of analysis applied to Anonymous Author Identification.  This is not a challenging letter.   

We take careful note of where a statement begins.  

This is the first thing on the mind of the author:

"To the Children of Satan."  

What makes this phrase so vital to the author?

It is his greeting.  It is where he has chosen his first words.  In analysis, we recognize its importance and sometimes even its dominant influence.  

Also in viewing priority, the first sentence after the greeting is also a priority, though subordinate to the initial wording. 

"You muslims are a vile and filthy people."

These two sentences give us far more information than we may initially realize. 

1.  To whom is the author writing?
2.  Does the second sentence affirm or deny the analysis of the first sentence?

The "Children of Satan" is a term used to describe the Jews from an distinctly Islamic perspective.  This show, with statement analysis, the priority of the author:  the Jews.  

"You Muslims" is unnecessary emphasis with the word "you" which tells us, the author wants us to believe that "you" are the "muslims", therefore, he (or she) the author, is not.  We note that this unnecessary emphasis is repeated in the letter.  

This need to persuade is a strong indication that the author is a Muslim. 

Then, we look back on the Islamic phrase for Jews.

Hatred of Jews is considered "pathological" in Islam as an ideology.  The Jew is considered worse than anyone else, including the Christian, the atheist, and even the "apostate Muslim."  

The priority of the author may appear to convince the reader that he is not Muslim, but he belies this by his immediate focus upon the Jew.  We follow his wording; not his insinuation.  


We view ideology; not persons.  The analyst must view religions and political world views from the perspective of ideology; not of any one person.  Ideology impacts culture; culture reveals itself in both action and language.  

Islam is a supremacist ideology that seeks world conquest by coercion.  It has specific elements of conquest, including both sexual assault and pedophilia, as in the Koran and hadiths.  In Islam, "infidel rape" is a part of conquest and even in the religious aspects of Islam, rape and pedophilia are seen as "rewards" in the afterlife.  For "apostate" or 'non religious" Muslims, jihad can be a 'redemption' for a lie without devout obedience to Islam.  Rape as the reward of "the right hand" (as well as young boys described as "pearls") highlights the low view of women and the rape epidemic in Europe as  a realist of Islamic migration. 

This must be understood in light of deception.  

 "Tacquia" is the Islamic teaching of deception to propagate Islam.  When  Barak Obama said that Muslims were part of the founding fathers of America no journalist asked him to name one.  His action to follow was to import as many Muslims as he could.  When he scolded against religion based banning, it was revealed that he brought in more than 99% Muslim Syrians, with less than 1% Christian.  This is "tacquia" in practice, even as he circumvented laws as well as FBI vetting.  This was consistently practiced since he began.  Belief will lead to action; action is communicated through speech, even in spite of deception.  

                 Cultural Influence upon Children  

With "rape" and the physical abuse of women, an Islamist male can grow up with domestic violence both seen and with the example of his mother's submission to it.  This is a very dangerous desensitization that must be a part of every threat analysis.  This low view of women, in general, may help us understand why so many rapes of prepubescent boys takes place, while at the same time, public execution of SSA males in Islamic countries.  This inconsistency is difficult for the western mind because we project our own denial of Islam due to the heavy propaganda of "political correctness" deception common today.  To do so is to falsify analysis and fail to assess a threat.  

Here is a powerful tool to the ideology of tacquia:  "Islamophobia."  

Islam is, as an ideology, incompatible with freedom.  It calls for death for even questioning it, making it immune to any form of reformation.  This is key to understanding Islamic threat and tacquia.  Each time Americans died as a result of Jihad, Obama did two things:

1.  He denied that the Islamic terrorist was an Islamic terrorist as a direct lie.  
2.  He lectured Americans about "Islamophobia" before the American victims were buried.  

It sets the stage that Islamists will do "whatever it takes" to propagate and protect Islam, including lying about it and using "red herring", or distraction.  

Islamophobia:  the irrational fear of Islam. 

The ideology calls for your death.  Is it irrational to fear the ideology, whether many or few Muslims practice it?

Ideologies become actions; actions are revealed in words

 Since 9/11, there have been more than 29,000 Islamic attacks around the world, excluding wars.  The reaction to an ideology that, when obeyed, brings bloodshed, is genuine fear due to instinctive self preservation.  The tacquia is that your rational fear is irrational, and that if you do not embrace Islamic immigration, you are a "racist."  No one wants to be a racist, though Islam is not a race.  

"You Muslims" seeks to point the direction away from "self", (author) which is unnecessary emphasis suggesting the author has a need to convince you he is not a Muslim.  Hence, the need to persuade points us to a Muslim. 

This came after the introduction which shows the subject's focus or priority upon Jews.  

Descendents:  Cultural Importance 

"Your mothers are whores" is another  insult against Jews and is a distinctly masculine statement.  

Women struggle to insult women, and Islamic females generally keep their threats to "kuffar" women ("infidel", or "unclean") and to address a large group, which presupposes male and female audience, an Islamist female is not likely to do this. This is where we see gender segregation culturally in Islamic events.  The women often walk behind the man and it is "unclean" for a woman to address a mixed audience.  

It would be an 'insult' to her husband, who would have to take "corrective" action, should she have taken this 'dominant' role upon herself.    Recently, an Islamic television station aired "make up" for "disciplined Muslim women" on how to cover up the bruises from their husbands.   

Also note that descendent lineage is something specifically taught in Islam, especially in schools. 

Jews and Hitler 

In Germany, it is illegal (against the law) to deny the holocaust.  This law is enforced in all the German schools but not in Islamist schools.  These children are taught the same things in European Muslim schools that they are in Islamic nations.  A recent report from the UK, by a leftist, stated that teachers and politicians have been afraid to confront the contradictions to British society due to fear of being labeled "racist."  

In Islamic schools, children are taught that Jews are "sub human" and descended from "pigs" (unclean animal) which highlights...

'descendency' as a topic or "notion" that is important in the language of Islamist supremacists culture.    

"You muslims are vile and filthy people."

"filthy" is the opposite of "clean" or "halal"  and this further points to Islamic writer.  Jews are considered "unclean" as a people by Islamists.  

Islamists consider all other religions to be satanic in nature.  

"You are evil.  You worship the devil." 

Although this could be directed towards Christians and atheists, it is likely to be aimed towards Jews, (ideologically, Jews and Christians share the same God).  Islamic schools teach any worship other than "allah" is satanic.  

Although they are "evil" and they worship the "devil", the writer uses the word "but" to now compare what follows with this evil status and worship:

"But your day of reckoning has arrived.

When the FBI analyst assessed the Orlando shooter, he failed to grasp supremacist ideology.  

We see "white supremacists" groups in the United States, highlighted by Obama.  Notices sent out by the State Department in the last 8 years has emphasized the "danger" that the "far right" poses.  We saw even the IRS target "tea party" or other "right" political groups, while people all around the world continued to die at the hands of Islamists. 

There is a marked difference between a true supremacists and a "wanna be" supremacist.  The "wanna be" is dangerous because he has a need to "prove", but the actual supremacist is one that is far more lethal, but also more predictable if understood.  

    True supremacy is far more dangerous than the west understands.  

Supremacist ideology, enforced by not only incessant repetition but also by social, economic and religious ideology is very powerful. Yet, when it is evidenced by violence against one's own mother, we have two powerful elements coming together:

1.  Incessant indoctrination with acute singular focus; 
2.  De-sensitization 

If you are told that you are superior to all, especially women, and grow up seeing your mother attacked, you are not only desensitized to violence, but the frustration from the inequalities of life must have an outlet.  Islamist ideology creates the "victim status" mentality that is powerful.  It gives a ready-made excuse:

if your neighbor has more than you, he must have cheated you. 

In Islamic countries, their ideology stands starkly against innovation and hinders progress.  As they see the progress of the West, they are taught in school that this is the result of the "Crusades" from centuries ago, building resolve in Islamists to commit jihad against the west, not only for allah's sake (religious) but because we have "cheated"them.  

Power of "Islamophobia"  

How powerful (successful) is 'name calling' against the West?

In Maine, a teacher posted on Facebook that Islam did not produce many hospitals, libraries or food banks,  culturally.  

He lost his job for "Islamophobia" and "not embracing diversion."  

Islamists could not be happier.  

In the new UK report, fear of being called a "name" has led to wholesale refusal to punish criminal behavior, particularly sexual assault, throughout Europe.  Even rape is considered a 'lesser crime' than being "racist."  

Centuries of Insulation 

Islam prescribes capital punishment to anyone who questions Islam.  Even a cartoon of mohammad produced kept death threats.  This creates a self-contained protectionism against reform.  

If you add in the culturally encouraged sanguinity (first cousin marriages) over many generations, we now have consistent findings of lowered IQ scores , which combines with poor impulse control, incessant and singular repetition, (koran)  all inclusive ideology (including religious), with a desensitized male, (more testosterone than female) living in a world where of natural inequality of ability, you have the perfect storm for violence by one who believes he is both superior and a victim.  Danish psychologist Nicolai Sennels work with Muslim youths in prison should be considered.  

The threats that come from insult, therefore, must be "avenged."

The West grows up with several powerful notions including the social:  

1.  Self control equals strength.  
2.  "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you..."  We prize mercy, forgiveness and tolerance.  This is 'western' thought.  

Islamic ideology sees self control as weakness, and reciprocity as only for the inferior.  

When the Orlando Islamic terrorist was "insulted" by being called names, the analyst failed to understand what this meant to him:

he was dishonored. 

He was not dishonored by the name calling. This is expected by those who readily name call or label others, especially Jews.  

                   He was dishonored for not retaliating.  

He dishonored his god, allah, his parents, his father in particular, and he dishonored himself.  By becoming 'westernized' he was further conflicted.  

Here he had the clash of cultures:  the West's value of self control versus Islamic supremacist ideology that demands "justice."

In the Paris attack, the government  kept from the public the horrific details of the deaths that took place last year, including castration of live victims, the deliberate targeting of the "children of Satan" (Jews) and demanding submission to "allah" before death.  Eye witnesses described this slow torture that continued for a long time.  

Our western minds fail to understand how much damage is done to a male child who witnesses his own mother's assault, submission to assault, and the conclusion that this is all "pleasing" to their god.  

The Threat Assessed 

"But your day of reckoning has arrive" is also passive. 

Passivity seeks to conceal identity and/or responsibility.  When a threat is made, the one making the threat becomes central.  Here, the one making the threat against Muslims is removed from the sentence.  

This suggests, at this point, that there is no tangible threat against Muslims.  

For supremacist ideology,  we look for the need to avenge

Here, the writer is male Islamist, making it a "fake hate" letter, and there is passivity in the threat, suggesting that there is no threat to the Muslims by this Muslim male writer. 

American references:

"There's a new sheriff in town- - President Donald Trump."

The male Muslim author has a connection with American slogan usage.  

Note "President Donald Trump" and not "President elect..."

What is President Donald Trump going to do to "you" "Muslims"?

"He is going to clean America and make it shine again."

This refers back to the "clean" versus "unclean" Islamic reference theme.  

It is interesting to study Islamic prescribed "hygiene"  in light of Statement Analysis and the connection between "water" and sexual abuse.  That a man who married a 6 year old, prescribed rape in conquest, as well as young boys as a "reward",  felt the need to describe specific religious toiletry; such is something, even in the translation, that is not lost upon the psychology of analysis and sexual abuse of children.  

            "And he is going to start with you muslims"

is not to say "And he is going to start with you.

 He has already addressed the "muslims" and this emphasis now affirms the earlier analysis that he has a need to persuade that he is writing to muslims.  This need to persuade tells us:  he is not writing a real threat to muslims.  

The passivity of the threat is now answered.  The author tells "you" Muslims that the threat is not the author, but the president elect of the United States, Donald Trump.  

"He is going to do to you muslims what Hitler did to to the jews."

The author cannot drift far from his priority, where he began his statement:  the Jews.  

How ingrained is this in culture?

In interviewing Islamists, no matter how much 'peaceful' dialog was found, any reference to Jews or Israel introduced either anger, or put an end to the interview.  This is why it is commonly called "pathological" hatred of Jews.  

In the U.S., this was highlighted when the prime minister of Israel came to the U.S. and pleaded with the U.S.  government not to allow the Islamic Republic of Iran to further their plans to obtain nuclear bombs.  

The Islamic Republic of Iran has publicly vowed to annihilate Israel.  This is in accordance with their holiest books.   Iran must keep its word, or lose face in the Islamic world. This authentic "anti-semitic" stance in arming a nation who has vowed to annihilate Israel highlights how deep the hatred of all things Jewish is to the ideology of Islam.  We see the author return to his priority.  

A non-Muslim American author would have no such connection to Hitler.  Adolf Hitler is, in the American mind, a name that can never be rehabilitated.  It is invoked by leftist  politicians when they disagree with a position.  Everyone 'races' to avoid being contaminated by being labeled "Hitler" or "Nazi", though the socialist of Germany (NAZI) have been dismantled for more than 2 generations.    

In the mind of the Islamist, Hitler was 'well intentioned' but ultimately failed to "cleanse" Europe of Jews.  

"You muslims would be wise to pack your bags and get out of Dodge."

Donald Trump said he would "make America great again" and the phrase is likely an attempt to mimic it, but the Islamic language comes into focus with "clean" or "shine" ("shine" is a result of cleaning) and the writer shows the continued need to persuade it is "you muslims" that he addresses.

Note his disposition here:  "you would be wise to pack your bags" is not a threat to Muslims.  

In fact, he allows them, in their "day of reckoning" the time to actually pack.  This is a point of incongruity in language.  The great "Hitler" is coming to kill millions of Muslims" but they have politely been told to pack, is not a threat.  

He does not say "get out!" but that they would be "wise" which allows for other opinions on its wisdom. 

 Here we have another of many 'slips' where he associates being "wise" with the muslim. 

The author's linguistic disposition towards Muslims is found in both favorable words as "wise", and generosity in giving them time to heed the warning.  The author reveals himself to be in agreement with Islamic ideology of the holocaust.  

Even though the "day" has arrived (passive) they have time (generous) to pack up. 

"Get out of Dodge" is another American slogan from western movies.  The author is likely familiar with enough of American culture to use this phrase, as well as the attempted phrase from the election period.  

"This is a great time for Patriotic Americans.  Long live President Trump and God bless the USA!!"

The threat of the day of reckoning has given way to an attempt to persuade the audience that the writer is not Muslim.  

"Long live" is not a phrase used by Americans.  

"God bless the USA!!" is a take from "God bless America" which further moves the writer from accuracy of American culture. 

                                 Who is This Author?

1.  The writer is an Islamic male, likely living in America, but perhaps not born here.  

2.  He is likely middle aged, older and not part of "Generation Jihad", which is the 2nd generation Islamists living in Europe and America, who's parents were "only" 'moderately' Muslim, and who have now embraced "radical" or "devout" Islam, different from their parents. They are reached by jihadists through the internet and condemn their own parents for integration with the west.   Many of these identified in studies are middle class to upper middle class.  Our author is likely older than them, perhaps middle aged.  

3.   He has familiarity with American politics and perhaps some older movies, which will date him a bit older than what may be imagined. In some Islamic countries, people think of America from the portrait of older movies, particularly the old west.  Although English may be his second language, he likely uses it without the need to 'translate' words; that is, he can freely process English words.  

 He likely moved to the United States, being born in an Islamic land. He may have emigrated in his teens or a bit earlier.  

He is incapable of avoiding the pathological hatred of Jews.  

He shows no fear of Donald Trump, nor does he show contempt, though he wishes to blame Trump.  Even here, his own words give him away:   His rage and hatred is saved for the Jews.  

4.  His education and intellectual level is below or slightly below average.  

5.  He is likely employed in manual labor or low paying work that does not require critical thinking skills.  

6.  He likely has ongoing and uncomfortable interaction with Jews. He may even have been 'forced' to wait upon, or serve Jews.  

7.  He has not been a 'devout' Muslim and may have gotten into some arguments with non practicing Muslim family members.  The western slang culture suggests the mixed or "unclean" Muslim.  This actually makes him more dangerous as he may have  a very powerful need to be 'cleansed.'

8.  He has specific sexual issues, including confusion and inner conflict.  

9.  Even with English as a second language, he can process English freely.  

Threat Assessment: 

There is no threat to Muslims.  

Yet, the threat assessment should not end here.  

The "day of reckoning" is presented as one in which no urgency is pressed upon muslims. 

Islamist threats are not veiled, but they are generally hyperbolic.  This is not to say the hyperbole nullifies the threat:  the threats made should be judged on the strength of the language (commitment) and background but 'poetic' language is often a trait of one who does not have American influence:  "you will swim in rivers of blood..." 

Some insight into him:

Our writer has distinct American influence.  This can also contribute to the need to "cleanse" himself from the "decadent" west of movies and other cultural distinctive areas.  


There are some points within Anonymous Author Identification work that need to be considered, but suffice for here, the language shows an emphasis on 'cleansing' that is both analyzed as part of the overall threat, but also viewed from the psycho-linguistic aspect of his need to choose these words.  

Statistically, the writer also likely has some deep sexual issues which would, culturally  include acute conflicted desires which put him at odds with his own beliefs. His education level and intelligence show  below average, though he is not cognitively delayed.  His need to be "clean" and even "shine" is evident. 

Given his education level and intelligence, he is likely under-employed or living off the American welfare system.  Even when viewed as the "jizrah" the Islamist still feels resentment.  (The "jizrah" is a form of extortion where the "superior Islamist" will allow the Christian or atheist to live, but only if he pays the "Islamic tax" to the superior Islamists). 

With welfare, there is an affirmation of superiority, but it is also part of "Muslim grievances", the psychological never ending list of complaints made due to supremacist ideology's impact.  The conflict continues:

The Islamist male does not want to work for a female boss or supervisor.  

The Islamists male is often likely to work at some point with Jews. Our author has likely has had forced interaction with Jews, which is part of his resentment. 

With manual labor likely, our author may have had interactions with Jews that triggered this letter.  His own need to be a "clean" Muslim should not be discounted.  

Although there is no threat to Muslims, the terrorist designate organization "CAIR" has had a powerful influence upon the nation the past 8 years with repeated visits at the White House, furthering the cause of Islamic and sharia, through the deceptive technique of labeling all opposition "phobic" and "racist."  This, alone, was seen in the analysis of the Orlando Islamic terrorist.  CAIR recognizes that they will not have access to the White House or "the FBI on speed dial" after January, 2017.     

His repeated use of "you muslims" is an attempt to persuade, unnecessarily, that he is not "one" of them.  While doing this, he suggests his own alienation from other Muslims.  While even Muslims indifferent to Jihad refuse to cooperate with investigations due to divided loyalty, our author has likely sought out other 'active' jihadists and has likely committed Islamic 'sins' of which he feels the need for cleansing. This could be the use of alcohol and tobacco as some have shown, but his need of cleansing suggests something deeper.  

His use of Islamic phrases and his priority in identifying Jews repeatedly, undermines his own assertion.  

In his letter, he is able to rally Muslims, falsely accuse Donald Trump, while being incapable of suppressing his hatred of Jews.  His own frustration and need for being made "clean" is concerning. 

The author's threat against Muslims is "fake" but he is not a youthful prankster, either.  He is someone who, as an Islamist supremacist, thinks he is cleverly using "tacquia" but actually reveals that he, himself, may be a threat to Jews, or those who do not share his hatred of Jews.  

"To the Children of Satan", the Jews, the priority continues throughout, which includes more Islamic insults to Jews, descendent focus, and the reference to Hitler.  What we see as "obsession", is not considered obsessive by the Islamist.  

I believe this author poses a threat of danger to Jews.  There may be an actual "day of reckoning" upon Jews, by the author, himself.  He may feel the need to "cleanse" the land of the infidel, which always targets Jews first, Christians and atheists next.  They do not see "Christians" as those who attend church, but those who are descendants of Christianity culturally.  

The Orlando terrorist "cleansed" the land of "homosexuals" as he confessed his motive in his 911 call, choosing a gay bar deliberately as his target.  

This author may target Jews, and if he has had contact with any gay Jews, it may further strengthen his commitment to the "day of reckoning."

The author is, however, convicted,  By ascribing the threat to Donald Trump, he is not locked into it by "honor."  

What does this mean, practically?

It means that as he is conflicted about western culture and Islam, he may not act unless something triggers him.  He is not duty bound, in his culture, to bring forth terror.  Should a news event take place, he might act.  As the US moves from its anti-Israel position to a more pro-Israel president, a single event, politically, could trigger him.  Known Jewish sites could be his target.  

There is far more to glean from his statement, but it is both beyond the scope of this article and part of more advanced techniques.  

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