5 REASONS WHY STUDENTS JOIN CULTISM IN THE UNIVERSITY



Many youths fall victim today because some think that once they belong to any cult member all problems will Automatically solved but that's not true,
Today am going to show 5 reasons people join cultists without thinking twice and later regret it.

1. Protection
Every association has something it promises its members. Protection is the foremost promise cult groups offer their "Jews" as one of the campus cult groups would call their new catches.

Of course, no student would like to be on campus to suffer. And getting protection from friends is an idea innocent students would gladly embrace.

Meanwhile, where naive students walk into such groups not knowing the meaning of protection the group is offering them, others walk into the group knowing fully well that being a cult member covers them under a protective umbrella of a secret association.

2. Power
Power gives you wings. Wings that can make you fly above everyone else on campus and lord your presence over everyone. This is the kind of narrative some cult groups deploy to lure innocent students into their midst.

And any student who feels having such power would make him cut corners, escape lecturers punishments and feel like a lord among his peers would buy the rhetoric and get initiated in no time.


3. Revenge
The distasteful sweet feeling that comes with harming someone in return for an injury is what propelled some students to join cult gang.

The need to exert revenge on a campus bully, lecturer, or a fellow student who wronged another is a prominent reason for joining among cult members.

This explains why there is always a reprisal attack each time a cult group strikes another. In fact, revenge among cult groups is a horrible game of numbers.

4. Low Self-esteem
The quest to find a way to express oneself could lead a student with low self-esteem to join cult group to feel important. Cultism offers a fertile ground for such students to find ugly confidence in violence and dastardly acts.

5. Peer Influence
Peer pressure has been identified as one of the reasons why undergraduates joint cults. Once a students is initiated it is incumbent on him to persuade his friends to see reasons why being a campus big boy is tied to being a cult member.

1 comment:

Follow by Email-desc:Subscribe for Free to get all our newest content directly into your inbox.