Understanding The Malice Campaign


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The Malice Campaign is feared by many who have entangled with a narcissist. It is however misunderstood, both in terms of what it looks like, why it is used and what you can do about it. Rather than be paralysed by fear and mired in confusion, you need to understand what the Malice Campaign looks like, you need to be able to recognise when it is happening and just as importantly, when it is not actually happening so that you can gain reassurance and peace of mind. You also need to know what you can do to avoid them and what you can do when they are being used against you so you can gain control and freedom.

This premium content will enable you to receive a detailed and clear Advisory which will cover

  • What does a Malice Campaign actually consist of?
  • When does a Malice Campaign happen?
  • Am I actually on the receiving end of a Malice Campaign?
  • How to recognise that it is a Malice Campaign?
  • Why might I be mistaken about the Malice Campaign and if I am, what is actually going on?
  • Why is the narcissist using it against me?
  • What caused the Malice Campaign?
  • What do I do about the Malice Campaign?

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36 thoughts on “Understanding The Malice Campaign

  1. Cloudy says:


    Outstanding Material to pick the lock open to GOSO.

    No words to describe your strategies.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you

      1. Cloudy says:

        Have you ever considered becoming an actor in tv series/movies on playing in Narcissist/Psycopath role?

        Just curious

        1. HG Tudor says:

          I much prefer the many roles I have already, Cloudy. I may lend my voice however to such productions.

          1. Cloudy says:


            Are you ever planning on revealing your identity at some point?

          2. HG Tudor says:

            I have no current plans to do so.

  2. Anm says:

    I just finished a series of court hearings and trials. The very last one, my ex’s attorney asked our judge to sanction me on not meeting a deadline that was ordered by the court. Even though I presented that not meeting the deadline was in the hands of a third party, and not myself, the judge sanctioned me! I think the judge was trying to make an example out of me, and to keep us out of court, but it was the wrong approach! Now I am recieving none stop malign Hoovers, and my ex is not following orders saying, “I have the best attorney! Look what happened to you! What are you going to do now?”. I was almost at the point where my ex was about to withdrawal from court abuse, and then this. Now everything is ampt up once again.

    1. E. B. says:

      I am very sorry to hear you are still going through that nightmare.
      Litigation can cause extremely high levels of stress and anxiety in empathetic people like you. Only narcissists and attention seekers can feel comfortable with it.
      On top of that, your ex’s lawyer seem to be narcissistic, probably a narcissist. I know lawyers like him. They do not care how much damage they cause to other people with their manipulations.
      Repeated court hearings and trials can ruin your health and your finances. Your ex must be feeling powerful knowing that his lawyer will use the missing deadline against you. I feel for you. It must be frustrating.
      Contrary to female narcissists who operate unnoticed, most male narcissists are usually direct when deploying malign hoovers. Most of their hoovers are easy to document and use as evidence.
      Is there anyone you can count on for support? Someone you can also have as a witness?

      1. HG Tudor says:

        Litigation is stressful because usually there is a narcissist involved. If there is not, the matter is usually resolved at an early stage.

        1. E. B. says:

          So true. I must have known narcissists only. 10 years or more is not uncommon.
          Also, narcissists like to engage in frivolous litigation over petty reasons.

          1. HG Tudor says:

            Most litigation involves narcissists.

        2. MB says:

          This is very true. Somebody I know just went through a divorce. The legal process was painless. (Probably not the revelation of the affair that precipitated it.) She presented him with papers. He requested a few changes. The changes were made and papers signed. Done. No court. One attorney. No fighting.

          1. NarcAngel says:

            My ex called me up one day and said:

            Hey I have the forms we need to file for the divorce (we agreed it had to b.e done one day). The fee is quite a bit cheaper if we both appear in person to sign and file. Would you be willing to come with me to the courthouse before you go to work?

            I answered yes. Done.

          2. MB says:

            It doesn’t get much easier than that NA.

          3. Lorelei says:

            Mine was easy the first time NA—the second time required some force to finish it. He is more lazy than not—but he had enough fuel from the process to tip his energy into somewhat of a pain in the ass category. He held the door for us on the way out—not that he went out of his way but we were walking out after who was holding it for— and he had enough sense not to be a prick in a public place. He’s quite handsome but I’m humiliated I was ever married to him based on his current behaviors in a more general sense. The capacity for someone to have extreme behavior shifts based on a lack of self identification really amazes me. It’s loosely like the saying, “When in Rome..”

          4. NarcAngel says:

            I should clarify that I was not divorcing a narcissist. I was providing an example to MB and HG’s conversation that most of the nasty ones involve a narcissist. Sorry if it caused confusion for anyone. If I were divorcing a narcissist I would most definitely consult with HG.

            “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

            Sun Tzu

          5. Lorelei says:

            I doubt I would marry again NA—even a “normal”—too many financial issues. It’s a legal quagmire. I don’t like to be around one person for a length of time—I can’t imagine this changing.

        3. alexissmith2016 says:

          But in terms of having a lawyer yourself, presumably you’d want to choose an N (a greater)? A rare breed I know but that’s who you’d want on your side I’m guessing?

          1. HG Tudor says:


          2. Lorelei says:

            HG—you say you would want a narcissist attorney—but this is variable and too many factors to give a blanket answer. Same thing in regard to your thoughts on medical care. (You may want a surgeon that is an upper echelon narcissist for instance)
            Too many factors—you would be a logical attorney yes—but many would falter in ways that could be costly to keep the fight going. One, to fill their pockets and a tenacity to win that puts a client through more emotional turmoil than good. **Not to say a normal won’t fill their pockets but it’s too individualized. Also, would I want Bill Clinton as my attorney? (A greater)
            Tell me how I’d escape him on the desk in his office if his fuel levels needed tipped off.. You know he can’t control himself while basking in the ease of his office chaise lounge anyway. **Individual variances make the cake—it may be a chocolate cake but some cakes are more bitter and some are more sweet.

          3. WhoCares says:

            Next best thing (in the event no Greater lawyer is available): a non-narcissist lawyer who grasps Narcissism – plus the advice of an Ultra.

          4. alexissmith2016 says:

            But of course WhoCares. Great idea!

          5. Lorelei says:

            I think my attorney is a narcissist. If he’s not he’s narcissistic as hell.

          6. alexissmith2016 says:

            do the N test on him to see what school he is
            in fact maybe we should all do that when looking for an attorney.

            Would you mind answering these questions please. Which parent were you closest to? When did you last cry? Oh you didn’t. Not since a child. Okay you’re hired!

          7. Lorelei says:

            Usually someone reputed to be a total ass is a good place to start!

          8. Anm says:

            After litigating in the family courts now for over 3 years, and being there constantly, I have come to the conclusion that most Family Law Attorneys are Lessers, Midrangers, and Super Empaths. I can see that it would be below the standard that most Greaters would want to achieve with their careers. I believe I have come across maybe 1 Greater in the family courts here, but her specialty isn’t custody, it’s the alimony aspect. Rich people hire her to go after assets. And she is known for being very calculated.
            I believe most of the Greaters are the Defense Attorneys for the Criminal Courts. Where there is less emotion, and an entirely different field to play on.
            In terms of who to lawyer up, in a general sense, you want someone who spent the first few years after college working in prosecution or a trial setting.

          9. alexissmith2016 says:

            That’s interesting Anm. I’m lucky I’ve not had to deal with family law. But I do have several friends and relatives who are lawyers, they’re all mid range apart from one whom I suspect may be a greater. If he’s not a greater he must be an SE. There is no way he can be a mid. Anyway, he’s always my first port of call when I need him. I’ve not met a lawyer who is a lesser. Interesting that they must be in the family courts looking for all that attention.
            Three years is a long time for you to be wrapped up in such an emotional battle. I do hope it comes to an end for you very soon and of course that you’re the ultimate winner in the end Anm.

          10. Anm says:

            The Lesser Narcissist Attorneys I have seen, are obviously Upper Lessers. It’s much like what HG says about how some Lessers are mistaken as Greaters- they can appear calculated, but they really are just doing the same manipulations case after case. My ex is an Upper Lesser, and so is his attorney. His previous attorney was a Midranger. The way they act at a hearing when they lose control is what makes their school of narcissism obvious in person. However, the paperwork they submit is what tells it all.

            Midrange Attorney’s pleadings:
            “ANM is a good mother, however, (narcissist) is also a good parent, has a successful job, with many accomplishments, and has provided for their child” -note the one upmanship.

            Lesser Attorney’s Pleadings:
            “Anm is an unfit mother. She has a drinking problem and at times you can hear a demonic voice after she becomes drunk. Her other child’s parent even says she has problems. Due to high conflict, custody should be placed with (narcissist)”. -note the accusations that are hearsay and unprofessional to put in documents as facts. At hearings, the Lesser attorney would not subpoena the proper documents or people to prove their case. It’s just intended to embarass and have the judge confused. A Midranger or Greater would not stoop that low.

            Sometimes the family law cases feel like amature hour at court. The dress code is business casual most of the time.

            At the same court house is where they litigate serious lawsuits and state level crimes. Next door, is the Federal court where they litigate Federal Crimes. Some of those attorneys dress in the most expensive suits, beautiful hair. Some are young, sexy, charismatic, and would not stoop to disputing domestic issues with their career.

          11. alexissmith2016 says:

            That distinction you provide is very interesting Anm. Really helpful to understand how the different types work. Gosh. I wonder how a greater works in the courtroom? My friend has only ever given me very sound succinct advice. And it’s paid off perfectly every time even though the advice is not his speciality he’s helped me go through logical steps to achieve the best outcome.

            Of course HG is better than any lawyer and I’m learning to do a lot of things myself bAsed on what he teaches us all.

            It’s very good that you’re here and applying everything you learn.

      2. Anm says:

        Thank you, EB. I do have a lot of support. And I will be fine. My judge is very unqualified at this particular hearing, she was cconfused about what the hearing was about. Her decision was not based on fact.
        I already started the filing process to appeal the sactions order at the Appellate Courts. $1,500 worth of transcripts + $500 filing fee. I filed a waiver with the superior court to have those fees waived. I am legally entitled, the narcissist doesnt qualify. So if the narcissist wants his award in sanction fees, he will have to pay $2000 + his attorney fees at the appellate courts to get it. The Appellate Courts are less likely to be swayed by Narcissist. Everything is based on fact and law with the higher up judges. Family law judges make mistakes all the time.

        1. E. B. says:

          Good to know you have support in real life and you also have support for consultations.
          Your judge not considering the facts is something that happens. They skim over documents. Some lawyers are too wordy in their writings. Keeping it short and to the point is more likely to be seen and considered by judges.

  3. Lorelei says:

    HG—would reading this supplement revenge tactics toward a narcissist if that is ever part of someone’s arsenal for future needs?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      It would in the sense of enabling you to understand what you are dealing with and the effectiveness thereof in respect of any proposed revenge campaign.

  4. Pati says:

    This piece of material should read by all!
    You never know what happen in the future.
    Its important understand if this happening to you or not . Educating yourself is the key .

  5. Gypsy Heart says:

    I ordered this material and it helped me determine that I was going through a malice campaign. It contains a lot of valuable information and brought me considerable peace of mind. The malice campaign against me is over and done with thanks to this logic bomb. If anything else crops up I will know how to handle it.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Glad that it did so GH.

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