Joanna Rosamond


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Joanna Rosamond is a Coach for high stress jobs, a consultant on PTSD and burnout. Joanna has 16 years of professional experience. Unconditional support for our soldiers and veterans.

Most Recent Articles by Joanna Rosamond:

We the Security People

Aug 25, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

We the “security people” fight for free and for freedom, and you think we simply choose “this kind of work”. We run towards the fire you watch on TV, and you wonder how crazy we are and how quickly “someone” will put out the flames.

There are among us these who guard your streets so your house is safe, and these who fight wars on battlefields so your home is still your home; and you call for “open borders” for you never guarded them. And once you’ve created danger, you feel entitled to our protection.


Identity Crisis of American Left

Jul 31, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

In psychology, the term Identity Crisis refers to a personal, psychosocial conflict involving confusion about one´s social role and personality. Not exclusive to teenagers, the internal strife can occur in adults and organizations.

From Erikson´s “stages of psychosocial development” (1963), through Engler’s observation on role confusion (2006):”the inability to conceive oneself as a productive member of one´s own society”, the researchers have learned to classify individuals into four categories depending on their “identity status”. Identity Achieved people have thought profoundly about their beliefs and have no problem auto-identifying themselves; individuals in status of Moratorium are trying to determine what their life choices are .Those classified into “Foreclosure category” took an identity copy-cat way, and people who didn´t bother to think about their personal choices are stuck inside the Identity Diffusion box.


How Left Run Out of Other People’s Money

Jul 13, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

Margaret Thatcher,  The Conservative Prime Minister of United Kingdom (1979-1990), famously considered that the problem with leftists is that they eventually run out of other people´s money. In her speech to a Conservative Party Conference (October 14th, 1983), the Iron Lady expressed the fundamental truth: “If the State wishes to spend more, it can do so only by bothering your savings or by taxing you more. And it´s no good thinking that someone else will pay, that someone else is you.”

Democracies, unlike dictatorships do not overtax citizens to death of purchasing power, and there can be no freedom without financial freedom. The money transferred from our pockets to the “common wallet” should guarantee a good level of security, access to justice and well -functioning administration- serving people, and not vice versa.


How About a Real Scandal?

Jun 9, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

For the last decade, the mainstream media have spared no efforts to “socialize” us, leading individuals up the politically correct garden path, towards transformation into an organized crowd.

Television used Affirmation, the press applied Repetition, and the crowd organizers relied on Contagion to “weed” out self-awareness. Suggestibility and credulity of the crowd were to facilitate throwing a Garden Party where the rulers are “alone in possessing irresponsibility, impersonality, and perpetuity” (Le Bon, “The Crowd: A Study of Popular Mind”).

Even if a large part of the audience turned out to be tough crowd that doesn´t give a toss about propaganda cookies and is capable of voting out the garden gnomes, the mainstream media are serving us “scandals” in a desperate attempt to hold on to their brainwashing power.


How Shallow is THE Deep State?

May 22, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

The concept of “deep state” is nothing new. While the origins of the term are often attributed to Turkish “derin devlet” (1990), cryptocracy was already known to ancient Romans and Athenians.

Cicero came up with very contemporary-sounding questions: “To what length will you abuse our patience (Catiline)? How long is that madness of yours still to mock us? “, in 63B.C when a Roman senator used “status in statu” in his bid for power. The causes of conspiracy also ring a bell: Lucius Catiline´s frustration over lost elections for Consul, his self-aggrandizement and sense of entitlement… Authors of “Conflict in Ancient Greece and Rome: The Definitive Political, Social, and Military Encyclopedia”, Sara E.Phang, Iain Spence, Ph.D. Douglas Kelly, Ph.D. Peter Londey observe that Catiline sought vengeance against his personal rivals and that “He and his followers hoped to enrich themselves from seizing the Roman government”…


Alchemy of Political Repression

Apr 24, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

Repression can be defined as an act of using force in order to control someone or something. Enchanted by the simplicity of this description, many political “alchemists” hoped for a gold- bearing mixture: coercion + thralldom= control. But did they find the elixir of eternal power, or just a false equation placing them a pseudo- philosophical – stone´s throw away from wrath of the “pawns”?
It is impossible to describe the vast variety of strategies of political repression in a few paragraphs; a short article can only give a hint of “Arcanum”.

Isolation can simply mean imprisonment, so judicial harassment and legal abuse become typical implements in a regime´s tool-box. In the case of individuals, “solitary confinement” can be also imposed by intimidation of the target´s friends and employers. Stripped from emotional support and blacklisted for jobs, the maltreated dissident feels the impact of harassment and surveillance even harder.


‘Old Glory’ Could Never Be A Placard

Apr 14, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

Usually, after playing a game of human chess resulting in yet another Guernica, politicians have to acknowledge that utopia has inevitably and traditionally ended in dystopia.

As a matter of course, such an admission does not translate into “errors have been made” but means simply “whoops! We are losing our grip on “folks”. The fact that the country was hit by the destructive political cyclone won’t matter much, unless the “pawns” decide to change the game fundamentally. As observed by George Orwell (1984) : “And if all others accepted the lie which the party imposed, if all records told the same tale—then the lie passed into history and became the truth”.


A Purgatory of a Transition

Mar 28, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

The period of transition of power from one leadership to another rarely limits to a few days following the elections and can be legally and morally limbo-like for the country.

“Politics” became an antonym of “integrity” ages ago, but there are national and international codes of ethics we must not give up on. Unfortunately for Bob Beckel-like gulag seekers, even black ops do not have “the right” to “illegally shoot” a whistleblower, no matter how unimportant a “simple pawn’s” life seems to wannabe super-humans…


Obama’s Water-Loo

Mar 9, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

When the result of Election 2016 revealed that the fed up “minority” is in fact an overwhelming majority, and that for Donald Trump winning the elections was (after all…  ) a piece of cake – the cherry-picking cartel of a mainstream media tried to rob us of our cherry on the top: the celebration of the day when the Obama Out of Office Countdown Clock said: NOW.


Actions Speak Louder than Left

Mar 2, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

When it comes to big talk, leftists are in their element:  grandiose speeches, propaganda sprees –you name it. Dems do not even care about “global warming” while trying to inflate the entire planet with hot air.

In the last ditch to preserve their monopoly of the media, they are still operating according to their golden rule:” If we want your opinion we will give it to you”. Sabotage´s main ingredients: subversion, obstruction, disruption and destruction, are being used in a delusional bid to ensure continuity in their utopian social engineering.

Since some European leftocrats are still clinging to their thrones, Obama´s propaganda squad feels free to both import and export poppycock. Recently the media have turned a prank into a scoop and we hear that the French are so infatuated with Obama that they´d love to have him as their next president; meanwhile Hollande whose program mirrored Dems´ ideology has for long been “the most unpopular president in the French history” .


Desperate Leftists of Hollywood

Feb 9, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

In yet another ‘unreality show’ episode of Hollywood´s drama queens, they express their socio-political frustration by throwing temper tantrums. More or less famous, but always with “look at me!” disposition, celebrities are conducting a massive attack on the American President and we the people who voted for his agenda.

The “moral crusade against Donald Trump”  points to a tragi-comic aspect of the pathetic show: Hollywood has for long been a symbol of anti-values, shallowness and hypocrisy.


Berlin Wall of California

Jan 31, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

It looks like the left perceives reality as its worst enemy and is determined to fight to keep delusions alive “by any means necessary”.

Meaning no disrespect to California’s patriots whose voices can be more muffled than in other states, local oligarchs seem hell-bent on turning the place into the last bastion of leftist agenda.


No Backseat Driver License for the Left

Jan 19, 2017 — Joanna Rosamond

Imposition of unpopular laws, unprecedented coercion, financial hocus-pocus and so un-American Taqiya, led Obama’s team through hubris to the defeat in elections. The soon to be ex-administration came up with coping mechanisms such as delusional denial and post-truth techniques which are supposed to give the reality secondary importance and convince the public that the leftists still rule and are here to “supervise” the new government.

Well, it looks like the Left lost it in more ways than one, and is rabidly preparing for yet another term on its own terms.


What Part of We The People Don´t You Understand?

Dec 30, 2016 — Joanna Rosamond

Apart from worrying about “the violation of Constitution” President Trump is yet to commit, the mainstream media are dropping their anchors in muddy waters of mind –reading sessions, guesstimating Trump´s thoughts and acts.

Body language aces and other “experts” who wrongly considered that Hillary Clinton had a “winning handshake”  continue to “read” the nonverbal cues, trying to establish what Donald Trump meant by eating lunch and why his socks come in “limited palette” of colors .


Left to bury the hatchet—in America’s back…

Dec 14, 2016 — Joanna Rosamond

The departing government has announced “peaceful transition” but it looks like members of Obama’s administration are digging holes in “common ground”, shrouded by smoke from the American flag burnt by their not so “ patriots first” camp.

Democrats were big on diagnosing soldiers and Veterans with PTSD and yanking weapons from the most deserving hands; it´s only fair to say that right now the left seems to suffer from some kind of Post Obama Stress Disorder. Should we consider that, according to their own prescription “persistent disorientation and anger” make them “potentially dangerous” candidates for deweaponization?