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  • James 21:08 on January 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Just being psychopathic 

    So, New Year’s Day, 2018. I spent it in the company of my mother for the most part, playing board games. It was nice to reconnect, nice to not have anything else to do but play a few games and enjoy spending time with the woman who birthed and raised me. It’s not often that there’s literally nothing else I’d rather be doing than what I’m currently doing, or that there’s nothing else that really has to be done.

    The way my mind works, it’s goal-oriented. Win this. Get that. Do such and such. Beat him. And when I have a goal, everything I do, every bit of effort is put into achieving that goal. You could say I have a sort of tunnel vision, a razor sharp focus on the prize, outside of which nothing else matters. When I’m trying to achieve a goal is when other people are most likely to be adversely affected. This single-mindedness is what causes me to manipulate and use people like tools. You see, people who have been hurt by psychopaths get it all wrong. They take everything personally. They act like there was always a plan on the part of the psychopath to ruin their life or to make them unhappy. This is rarely the case. The psychopath was just doing what he or she needed to do to get what he or she wanted. You just got unlucky, by being in the way or by being the key to achieving his or her goal.

    Sometimes, I am accused of deliberately hurting someone or of setting out to cause them harm. This is fair enough; people are inclined to take things personally, as they love to imagine themselves as more important than they really are, being at the centre of their own universe. I don’t blame people for feeling like shit when they’ve been cheated or taken an emotional battering. It’s not a good place to be in. But it’s when they call me cruel or sadistic, they’re wrong. I’m not cruel. I’m not sadistic. I don’t wish anybody harm. On the other hand, I am single-minded. I am selfish. I am ruthless.

    But not today. Today, there was nothing to do but play games and enjoy being with my mother. I suppose that was a sort of goal, and could be reimagined as an objective: ‘spend time with Mum and enjoy self’, which would require of me such behaviour as ‘be polite’, ‘be charming’, ‘be loving’, ‘be upbeat’ (yes, that is really how I think). However, there was nothing beyond this simplistic ‘goal’, no detailed planning or second-guessing required!

    And it was enjoyable. We both had a good time. We drank cups of tea, and later glasses of beaujolais. We played ‘Monopoly’ and ‘Sorry’, and I won four out of five games. I was probably thinking more strategically than Mum, because she was just having fun with her son, while I can never really ‘switch off’ one hundred percent. I manipulated and cheated my way into winning four times, but always with a cheeky smile, playful banter and a joke to make my parent laugh. She could see what I was doing most of the time, both when I was giving ‘advice’ on what move she should take next, and when I tried to bribe her with 500 Monopoly money, but she didn’t hold it against me because she loves me, and because I was on top social form. I like that kind of interaction. Being charming and having someone hang on to your every word – it’s a good feeling, even when it’s with someone who is pretty much biologically-programmed to love you.

    Still, the way I look at it is although my Mum can’t help but love me, the fact that she also likes me must count for something, and says something about our relationship.

    New Year’s Day 2018 – it was simple, but fulfilling.

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    • nowve666 09:22 on January 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      How does someone bribe another player in Monopoly? Give her the $500 to let you go twice? Have her buy a property she wasn’t going to buy? Fun game.

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    • Amaterasu Solar 11:39 on January 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      James, You fascinate Me, and I do like You. Thanks for sharing this! I will surely not be trusting You, but I can grasp why Your mom likes You.

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  • James 18:50 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    A Psychopathic Friend Indeed, Part 2 

    To continue our experiment, I just left another mean message on a Facebook advert for Tina’s fundraising initiative. We’re testing to see if “abusive messages” by a known psychopath are enough to sway potential sponsors into rebelling against the abuse and pledging money to the No Psychos cause. I have hopes that this latest stream of nastiness and apparent betrayal will result in an increased interest in donation. Tina was extremely skeptical when we last spoke, so we’re just waiting to see who’s right. If these experiments do work, then it could be something we’d roll out and use more often. The Gofundme initiative has floundered in recent months, failing to attract anything like the donations Tina had hoped for. If you’re reading this and are interested in this experiment, or just want to take pity on the unloved ‘Donate’ button, please do go to https://www.gofundme.com/psychopath and give $5 to an extremely worthy cause. Donations in other currencies are also accepted.

    The post.

    The ugly troll sets to work.

     
  • GeneticPsychosMom (Tina) 09:45 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    A Psychopathic Friend Indeed 

    Some people can NEVER be trusted. There are roughly 12 million psychopaths in the U.S. alone – could be your family, friends, coworkers, or politicians. They do not belong in policymaking positions. I am running psychopathy awareness campaigns to teach people how to quickly spot a psychopath.

    WHY???

    Psychopaths do not care about the consequences of their actions on other people. If you are unlucky enough to be associated with one, you have a good chance of being stomped on. A psychopath has no problem smearing your name, slandering you, abandoning you, cheating you, tricking you, or otherwise causing your downfall.

    As if to prove my point – here is an example of my “friend” James posting his disordered drivel to my ad on Facebook.

    James the ugly troll

    “I’ve known Tina a long time; she’s a con artist, and this is a confidence trick.”

     

    Psychopath TEST Politicians

     

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    • Amaterasu Solar 10:02 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I might point out that We can’t keep Them out of the corporation Most call “government…” Psychopaths OWN that corporation (and ALL the “governments” on Our planet), and WE have no say in who THEY SElect for the offices of that corporation. They create the ILLUSION that We have any say. This is why I advocate not consenting to Their rule. As long as We have top-down controlminds, psychopaths WILL find a way to be in control of Us. Far better is to reclaim Our personal sovereignty on OUR planet (stolen from Us by the psychopaths in control through “trusts” and deceit) and consent to ways of operating Human society that promote the CARING Ones to take care of things…

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    • nowve666 11:17 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You CAN trust psychopaths — to be psychopaths. That said, I expect politicians to act on their own self-interest. Let your representative know you won’t vote for hir unless s/he votes the way I want. The problem is people who vote against their own self-interest like working-class folk who voted for Reagan. Since working people outnumber the rich, if we all voted our self-interest, we’d be better off.

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      • Amaterasu Solar 11:49 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Even if We ALL “voted” for a good Individual, THEY (the owners of the corporation They indoctrinate Us into thinking is Our “government”) will TELL Us We “voted” for the One(s) THEY SElected. Just saying…

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    • nowve666 12:35 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      They can’t indoctrinate us unless we let them. Psychopaths are very hard to brainwash or indoctrinate so we are likely to vote more rationally than most. I know they have the whole system rigged but our votes still count as long as we can stop them from gerrymandering too much. With Citizens United, deep pockets have an enormous advantage of financing campaigns. Still, those of us who are still capable of rational thought are not going to zombie-like vote for whoever has the greatest number of commercials. Too much television and a tendency to allow emotions to rule is one of the biggest problems. Of course, the Democratic Party is also partially to blame. The stupid, cynical politicians are their own (and our) worst enemies. They don’t have the guts to trust their own ideology and they keep coming on like Republican-lite. And voters are too hung up on personalities. How else could intellectually bankrupt slogans like “crooked Hillary” have so much power? If Bernie Sanders had been the candidate of the Democratic Party, he would be president today. But Democrats are too busy wresting defeat from the jaws of victory. Sigh! Just don’t trust psychopaths for that.

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      • Amaterasu Solar 19:22 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        nowve, first, have You noticed that THEY give Us the candidates We “choose” from? Ever wonder why every “election,” so Many are trying to decide between the lesser of two evils? WE have no say.

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    • James 18:58 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Liked own comment to try and keep it here. My rationale is that when I try to approve others’ comments, and it doesn’t let me, liking and replying seems to override the system and approve the comment by default.

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      • James 18:59 on October 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Shite, it didn’t work.

        Pasted from before:

        I am hopeless at computers, but does anyone know why my comments keep disappearing?

        This is my fourth attempt:

        Did I do this right, Tina? I agree with what you said; it will be interesting to see how people on Facebook react. My theory is that the negative attention from a known liar and deviant individual (myself) would work as a kind of reverse psychology, and spur more people to click the link, and donate money.

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