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PostSubject: Introduction to the psychopathic life   Fri Oct 09, 2009 1:23 am

    Introduction to the psychopathic life
It is estimated that 5% of us are psychopaths. But 95% of people completely misunderstand what a psychopath is. Psychopaths are the good guys. Psychopathy isn't a disease, it's a choice -- a choice to be free. We are fearless and we follow our own private agenda with absolute conviction and confidence. The cowering sheep are afraid, most of all of responsibility, and they want everyone to be afraid. Modern society has lost any connection to reality: fascist and bureaucratic, in a word: evil; and that is why society framed psychopaths. The sheep are terrified at the idea of someone with a free-will, undeterred by society's lies and corruption!
    Diagnostic criteria deconstructed:

    1. Failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behaviors as indicated by repeatedly performing acts that are grounds for arrest;
    AKA civil-disobedience, standing up for what's right against the system, or doing what you believe is right regardless of the consequences. I would do it even if it meant eternity in Hell! How many times was Gandhi arrested? 100 or more.

    2. Deceitfulness, as indicated by repeatedly lying, use of aliases, or conning others for personal profit or pleasure;
    As though truth and lies were different... Lying is not illegal except in recorded contracts or in court. If you don't have anything to hide, then why are you wearing clothes?

    3. Impassivity or failure to plan ahead;
    Slaves are passive, that's how society wants you to be. Slaves do everything by the clock and on time. People who are alive just suddenly decide to do stuff, just on a whim; creative, fun.

    4. Irritability and aggressiveness, as indicated by repeated physical fights or assaults;
    Who wouldn't get annoyed with the robots!? Frantz Fanon called real brutal violence the only possible way to unchain the inner mind. Though in reality very few psychopaths are violent. Evil people like Ted Bundy are not representative of all psychopaths.

    5. Superficial charm
    Slaves can't understand treating people pleasantly. They want every encounter to be insulting and a confrontation.

    6. Reckless disregard for safety of self or others;
    Sir Edmund Hillary, etc. Fearlessness and total confidence. Somethings are worth more than life itself; life is worth nothing after all.

    7. Consistent irresponsibility, as indicated by repeated failure to sustain consistent work behavior or honor financial obligations;
    'I'm just doing my job', (said the death-camp officer). They fear spontenaity. Slaves never 'just' do something.

    8. Lack of remorse, as indicated by being indifferent to or rationalizing having hurt, mistreated, or stolen from another.
    Ashamed of breaking sheep-values? Who would feel remorse for doing the right thing even against tyranny!? Stolen like Robin Hood... or like capitalists do?

    9. Lack of realistic, long-term goals
    Great artists, Jesus, etc.

    10. Narcissism, elevated self-appraisal or a sense of extreme entitlement
    Sheeple hate themselves and do not realize all that they can do.

    11. Substance abuse
    Obviously a sin, right?

    12. Inability to tolerate boredom
    Slaves actually prefer boredom. Psychopaths prefer life, adventure...

    13. Children with a tendency to abuse animals.
    Is there any child who did not do cruel things to animals, pull a puppy-dog's tail, pull off a fly's wings -- of children who had any animal contact?
Psychology is a normalizing machine (a very large and complicated machine that uses not only people as parts, but many of its parts are even imaginary). Psychology normalizes personal values when it requires that someone should feel such-and-such way about something, or feel anything at all. Psychopathy-slander can be called one of the violations against free-though: the psychopath fits in, doesn't do anything amiss at all, goes undetected -- but isn't thinking like everyone else, and isn't feeling how everyone else does. Why would a person feel guilty about doing something they completely believe is right? Psychopathy is a tool of political mind-control.
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