"Le message a beau avoir été supprimé, le mal est fait. Fanck Keller, conseiller municipal UMP de Neuilly-sur-Seine, s’est fendu d’un tweet particulièrement déplacé sur Najat Vallaud-Belkacem dimanche 31 août, s’attirant les foudres des internautes.”

"Malgré sa suppression, la capture du tweet supprimé tourne en boucle sur les réseaux sociaux. ‘Quels atouts Najat Vallaud-Belkacem a utilisé pour convaincre Hollande de la nommer à un grand ministère ?’, a écrit l’élu, au-dessus d’une photo de la nouvelle ministre de l’Éducation nationale en robe, les jambes croisées."

(RTL)

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Sansa Stark - Type 9 (“The Peacemaker”)
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"Type Nine represents the archetype of the person who seeks to harmonize with the external environment as a way of staying comfortable and peaceful, even though this means a loss of contact with their internal environment." (x)
"Nines believe that any kind of tension can lead to separation, so they tend to deny anything inside themselves that might cause an energetic disruption in their personal connections. Much of their inner life, therefore, can be something of a blind spot. Along with this, they can be blind to instances where there is a legitimate need for conflict or an honest discussion.” (x)
"On the surface, Nines often seem to be sweet, easygoing, and gentle. They may even seem to be flowing with the world. Since anger has been avoided on such a deep, primal level, the surface symptom for the Nine is an unwillingness to feel and express anger in the moment. (…) Rather than get angry, Nines become unconscious. Instead of engaging in the waves of rage, they sink into sleepwalking." (x)
"Sometimes referred to as ‘narcotization,’ the principal way Nines dissociate from psychological pain or discomfort is through a kind of dimming of awareness, through putting themselves to sleep in various ways. (…) Nines distract themselves as a way of avoiding their own feelings, needs, and wants. (…) ‘as if driven by a desire not to experience or not to see.’" (x)
"In the passion of laziness, they avoid confronting the moment. This idealization of comfort is a way to justify not making waves. Selling out for comfort will often be one of the biggest traps for the Nine fixation. The tendency is to ‘let it slide.’ The temptation is to rationalize that what is happening now is not that important and can be dealt with later.” (x)
"As a result of the habit of focusing on others and not on themselves, Nines can feel that they are unimportant and not worthy of others’ attention. Other people seem far more prominent, to the point that their own agendas fade into the background." (x)
"The prominent Type Nine habit of adapting themselves to others’ agendas represents an ‘over-adjustment’ because Nines typically don’t just meet others halfway, they lose the ability to access what their positions are and give in to others completely—often without anyone knowing they’ve done it.” (x)
"Both self-alienation and abnegated over-adaptation involve resignation - a giving up of oneself, an abdication from oneself and from life. It is as if the individual endorsed a strategy of playing dead to stay alive (yet becoming tragically dead-in-life in the name of life)." (x)
"Low-functioning Nines can become fatalistic and resigned, trudging through life as if nothing can be done to improve their situation. Engaged in wishful thinking, looking for easy, magical solutions, Nines keep ‘waiting for their ship to come in,’ but without some constructive effort on their part, they may wait a long time, indeed.” (x)
"Unexpressed anger may leak out through passive-aggressive behavior or build up to a point where the Nine may explode in rage over a minor event. (…) I have often had Nines tell me that they are afraid if they ever really let go they could kill someone." (x)
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Sansa Stark - Type 9 (“The Peacemaker”)

"Type Nine represents the archetype of the person who seeks to harmonize with the external environment as a way of staying comfortable and peaceful, even though this means a loss of contact with their internal environment." (x)

"Nines believe that any kind of tension can lead to separation, so they tend to deny anything inside themselves that might cause an energetic disruption in their personal connections. Much of their inner life, therefore, can be something of a blind spot. Along with this, they can be blind to instances where there is a legitimate need for conflict or an honest discussion.” (x)

"On the surface, Nines often seem to be sweet, easygoing, and gentle. They may even seem to be flowing with the world. Since anger has been avoided on such a deep, primal level, the surface symptom for the Nine is an unwillingness to feel and express anger in the moment. (…) Rather than get angry, Nines become unconscious. Instead of engaging in the waves of rage, they sink into sleepwalking." (x)

"Sometimes referred to as ‘narcotization,’ the principal way Nines dissociate from psychological pain or discomfort is through a kind of dimming of awareness, through putting themselves to sleep in various ways. (…) Nines distract themselves as a way of avoiding their own feelings, needs, and wants. (…) ‘as if driven by a desire not to experience or not to see.’" (x)

"In the passion of laziness, they avoid confronting the moment. This idealization of comfort is a way to justify not making waves. Selling out for comfort will often be one of the biggest traps for the Nine fixation. The tendency is to ‘let it slide.’ The temptation is to rationalize that what is happening now is not that important and can be dealt with later.” (x)

"As a result of the habit of focusing on others and not on themselves, Nines can feel that they are unimportant and not worthy of others’ attention. Other people seem far more prominent, to the point that their own agendas fade into the background." (x)

"The prominent Type Nine habit of adapting themselves to others’ agendas represents an ‘over-adjustment’ because Nines typically don’t just meet others halfway, they lose the ability to access what their positions are and give in to others completely—often without anyone knowing they’ve done it.” (x)

"Both self-alienation and abnegated over-adaptation involve resignation - a giving up of oneself, an abdication from oneself and from life. It is as if the individual endorsed a strategy of playing dead to stay alive (yet becoming tragically dead-in-life in the name of life)." (x)

"Low-functioning Nines can become fatalistic and resigned, trudging through life as if nothing can be done to improve their situation. Engaged in wishful thinking, looking for easy, magical solutions, Nines keep ‘waiting for their ship to come in,’ but without some constructive effort on their part, they may wait a long time, indeed.” (x)

"Unexpressed anger may leak out through passive-aggressive behavior or build up to a point where the Nine may explode in rage over a minor event. (…) I have often had Nines tell me that they are afraid if they ever really let go they could kill someone." (x)

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