Monday, June 11, 2012

Sociopath quotes: Mob mentality

Man has much more to fear from the passions of his fellow creatures than from the convulsions of the elements.

--Edward Gibbon

64 comments:

  1. I loathe the term mental illness. I rather like to think of myself as "unwell" sometimes. Anyhow i believe that there are far more secretly unwell people in the baying mob then others realise. I think they just want to divert attention away from themselves actually. When i take a good look around at other so called mentally stable people, its obvious to me a lot have something to hide. I talk to my friend whose dr wanted to medicate her and she won't take her meds so not to have the stigma. I myself couldn't care less what others thought of me. I make a joke out of it when i forget to take my medication. I find my situation rather amusing at times. I'd rather be myself and accept the fact im unwell then be a cardboard cut out of what others would prefer me to be. Who's life is it!!! If certain people don't want to be in my company, so be it because chance's are i didn't find them interesting anyway. So they can all piss off actually. My great grandma was put in a mental institution. I can't change the blood that's racing through my veins, nor would i want to just to please the friggin majority. I am what i am and what i always will be. So let the mob carry on they obviously have nothing better to do. Rant over!! pass me my drugs.....ha.

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    1. And yes, first.

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    2. There you go, sweetheart.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WO9ewCO7TYI

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    3. Anon 6:37 was from 2009. It was a perceptive post, for sure.

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    4. green eyes why do you call people you don't even know 'sweetheart' and 'dear'? It's so patronizing.

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    5. It's very annoying.

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  2. It's only an issue or disorder if it hinders your own interests and preservation.

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  3. well im bipolar so i guess it hinders to a certain degree when it comes to people accepting me.

    However i can completely accept myself flaws and all. There are people i know who don't really want me to openly talk about my medication. I do anyway....its part of my life.

    Mania is a great state to be in. People ignorant to my condition, believe mania means im out to kill! lmao...how stupid!...yet im the one who's medicated. ha ha.

    However my down days are shit. Thats why im glad to have really strong medication.

    Im not ashamed of bipolar, yet theres lots i don't understand about it. I stumbled across this site looking for a quirky forum so i can actually contribute without being judged or criticised too harshly.

    However i am sceptical (is that how its spelt?, i question myself a lot) if there are actually any real sociopaths/narcisists on this blog? Or just quirky people, which is always a good thing.

    Either way it doesn't bother me, we can all be social misfits together! ha

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  4. "Anyhow i believe that there are far more secretly unwell people in the baying mob then others realise. I think they just want to divert attention away from themselves actually."

    That's basically deflecting and projecting. They're projecting their own illnesses onto the people they are against which may actually have that illness to deflect the fact they have it themselves. They're in denial.

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  5. First. Does it count?

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    1. No. First is first, doesn't matter if you.call it or not.

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    2. hahaha smartass

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    3. You're both morons.

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  6. Nature, who for the perfect maintenance of the laws of her general equilibrium, has sometimes need of vices and sometimes of virtues, inspires now this impulse, now that one, in accordance with what she requires.
    Marquis de Sade

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  7. Great quote and it is the damned truth. If you have any success in life, you are gonna experience the worst of the human passions coming at you.

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  8. Your options of personal success don’t depend on the emotional or ethical definition that you choose to give yourself; neither do your chances of being happy or even those of avoiding suffering. Most definitions, labels, general points of view are useless out of a book, a discussion or a political speech. Most definitions aren’t easily translated into feeling. Moreover, the more you feel, the less successful you’ll be. It’s a bit like a curse, or the law of minimum; the more conscious you are of the way you live or the happy or sad your life is being, the less adapted and functional you prove yourself. Too much thinking means too many problems, too many options, too little certainty for deciding on your next step. Theorizing is an expression of perplexity. Life is there to be lived, not to be dealt with words. Spirit, soul, motivation, those are words; you don’t get them to be useful by calling them out, you take them out of other’s people lives, once those lives are done and they can be analyzed, but there’s no practical advantage to derive from them, you cannot wear them as you would wear a dead man’s boots. If you want to rob the energy of your enemy finding out what his moral, motivation or way of feeling could be is about as useful as eating his heart out.

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    1. I think your quality of life is proportional to your ego reduction. It hurts so much to reduce it. However, if you don't, everyone can pull your chain.

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    2. Moreover, the more you feel, the less successful you’ll be. It’s a bit like a curse, or the law of minimum; the more conscious you are of the way you live or the happy or sad your life is being, the less adapted and functional you prove yourself. Too much thinking means too many problems, too many options, too little certainty for deciding on your next step.

      So...your bright idea for a happy life is to feel and think as little as possible? You are not very coherent.

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    3. Don't think or feel anything. Don't define things in words. Complete apathy is success. ~

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    4. Are you being sarcastic, UKan?

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    5. Yes. That's why theirs a ~

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  9. My dearest socios and narcs:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bk1wUKoXL20
    Lots of sociolove from a drowning boat. Soon I will have to perfection my socio skills to survive in the sunny kingdom of bailedout southern europe.

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    1. Can't watch this thing in the US. Can you send the uploader a note and ask to release it for international viewing?

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    2. It was just Morrissey's song The Last of the Famous International Playboys. It always makes me think of the narcs around here. You can find it on the first world's youtube, I'm sure of that.

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  10. The death rots above a publisher. ME envisages the wandering pocket within an explosive reflex. A thrown associate quotes ME. The tear likes every partner. How does the shot theology stretch within the gate? When can a wealth heel an admitted liquid?

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    1. Someone please tell me if this is supposed to make any sense.

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    2. Oh, and, why is six afraid of seven?
      ...

      Because 7 ate 9.

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  11. pedophiles will defend under histrionic personality disorder, lolJune 11, 2012 at 11:46 AM

    The motion seeks to keep out testimony involving prosecutors' allegations that Sandusky exhibited "grooming behavior," including letters written by Sandusky to Victim 4.
    But if the testimony and letters are allowed, attorneys said they intend to offer expert testimony from a psychologist, who "will explain that the words, tones, requests and statements made in the letters are consistent with a person who suffers from a Histrionic Personality Disorder," according to documents.
    A source familiar with the case told CNN last week that letters written by Sandusky to Victim 4 could be described as love letters.
    According to the National Institutes of Health, histrionic personality disorder is a condition in which "people act in a very emotional and dramatic way that draws attention to themselves."
    "The goal of a person suffering from this disorder in writing those letters would not necessarily be to groom or sexually consummate a relationship in a criminal manner, but rather to satisfy the needs of a psyche belabored by the needs of such a disorder," the motion says.
    Prosecutor Joseph McGettigan spoke to jurors before Amendola, telling them, "You'll hear about systematic behavior by a serial predator. These were experiences that took place not over days, not over weeks, not over months ... but over years."

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  12. It’s Kant’s fault if we DISCUSS about right and wrong, good and evil, it was him who first stated the responsibility of INDIVIDUALS to decide on their behavior. But innate sense of right and wrong doesn’t exist. What Kant called “the moral law within” is, purely and simply, a myth. There is not a basic individual feeling who will tell you that you have acted right or wrong if you are not able to assess the consequences or have no way of knowing them. Many people here believe they are sociopaths because they don’t seem to be able to listen to that inner voice that tells them this is “right” or this is “wrong”. Well, don’t try, if you actually heard that voice, THEN you should go to the psychiatrist. Curiously enough it is people who admit they don’t hear it who visit the shrink; hilarious situation, I should say.

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    1. jose translated, shortened and paragraphizedJune 11, 2012 at 12:14 PM

      "It’s Kant’s fault if we DISCUSS about right and wrong, good and evil, it was him who first stated the responsibility of INDIVIDUALS to decide on their behavior.
      But innate sense of right and wrong doesn’t exist."
      Kant is liable as we discuss right and wrong, good and evil. It was Kant who first stated that individuals are responsible for their own behavior, and there is no innate sense of right and wrong.

      "What Kant called “the moral law within” is, purely and simply, a myth. There is not a basic individual feeling who will tell you that you have acted right or wrong if you are not able to assess the consequences or have no way of knowing them. "
      Kant called the moral law within to be purely a myth. Without being able to assess the consequences of your actions you will not be informed by some feeling that you have acted right or wrong.

      "Many people here believe they are sociopaths because they don’t seem to be able to listen to that inner voice that tells them this is “right” or this is “wrong”."
      People on SW suggest that they are sociopaths because they don't have an inner voice that tells them what is right or wrong.

      "Well, don’t try, if you actually heard that voice, THEN you should go to the psychiatrist. Curiously enough it is people who admit they don’t hear it who visit the shrink; hilarious situation, I should say."
      I'd say no one has such a voice. If you had it you should be heading to a psychiatrist and get checked. Curiously enough, instead the ones who go to the psychiatrist are the ones who are complaining they don't have it.


      IN SHORT:
      Jose can reframe definitions as he sees but cannot really communicate what he is saying that well.

      In this case, some people can tell potential consequences better than others. Just don't call that ability 'feeling' and Jose'll be happy.

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  13. A Texas father caught a man sexually assaulting his 4-year-old daughter and punched him in the head repeatedly, killing him, authorities said.

    The alleged abuser was known for his horse-grooming abilities, Harmon said.
    The father returned to the house, caught the man in the act, and stopped him by striking him in the head several times, Harmon said.
    The man was pronounced dead on the scene, while the daughter was taken to a local hospital in Victoria, Texas, for examinations before being released.
    The incident took place Saturday.
    Harmon described the girl as "OK besides the obvious mental trauma."

    Asked whether they would press charges against the father, the sheriff responded, "You have a right to defend your daughter. He acted in defense of his third person. Once the investigation is completed we will submit it to the district attorney who then submits it to the grand jury, who will decide if they will indict him."

    Harmon described the dad as "very remorseful," adding that he didn't know the man was going to die.

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    1. One down, millions to go!
      What father doesn't have the right to kill a person sexually assaulting his daughter?
      Anyone who objects to that right should be eliminated. This world is so messed up by laws that protect the ones caught in the act.

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    2. If only we all could kill by hitting a few punches.

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  14. Nobody is able to think universally, let alone to act universally, that is, as if what they do should be approved or rejected by everybody everywhere: for one thing, we don’t have the knowledge to extend so much the possible consequences of what we say, think or do; secondly, our actions, thoughts and words aim somewhere, they are not shots in the dark, they usually reach (or miss) their goal in a reasonable span of time. It would be really funny to expect we acted or thought for the eternity; nobody does, not even the most secluded and misanthropic of the old philosophers. If you take time and place away from our actions, you have nothing left. An act (mental or physical) is impossible without a concrete place and time to happen. Even Kant’s ideas belong to their moment and place, and only within this moment and place can they be understood. When we love we don’t love universally, we love now, here, we love some concrete body, some concrete thing which belongs to our environment and has a meaning for us exactly there and then, The more intense our most sublime feelings are felt, the more concrete, particular and unique they reveal themselves.

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  15. :)

    I finally understand Jose's existence in his vacuum.

    Jose, you are indeed suffering from narcissism. You may or may not be malignant, but you are clearly narcissist at a dysfunctional level. Read whatever you can find on narcissism for a while. You are at the deep end of it.

    Socios saw quickly how you were indeed deluding yourself. How disconnected you are, a one of a kind who denies well-established categorically and hopes to define new ways of thinking. Good for you, seriously, unless narcissist none of the original thinkers could resist the scrutiny of the well-established.

    Please don't write in one big block though. SLow down, read one more time and divide before hitting the publish button. In the process you may be able to shorten and clarify your won thoughts too.

    As they say, all good writing is rewriting.

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    1. You finally understand nothing: exactly like you did in the beginning

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    2. josé's time is upJune 11, 2012 at 2:54 PM

      Why so snappish, José? Since you care so much about anonymous people’s opinions, here is mine: you are an artistically inclined dreamer, yet you shoot your mouth off about every little shit with earth-shattering certainty. Do you understand how this can be very annoying to some?

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  16. "I saw another act of astonishing depravity today. A hen which had been in some way badly injured in the hindquarters was crawling painfully along on her belly. I was just wondering whether I ought to kill her or not, when a cock noticed her in passing, and went up to her. After a short inspection he deliberately raped her, she being quite unable to resist him." [Homosexual Tales: 10 Gay Animals]
    Levick described penguins that waddled about the colony's outskirts terrorizing any straying chicks as "little knots of hooligans" in his pamphlet. "The crimes which they commit are such as to find no place in this book, but it is interesting indeed to note that, when nature intends them to find employment, these birds, like men, degenerate in idleness."

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  17. What is the label of milk. Who calls it milk? Society? Psychologists? Scientists? Everyday we get up and open the fridge and there it is: a carton of white liquid that came from a cows tit and automatically we declare it to be milk. What if you add chocolate? We make it chocolate milk. But who made up the label chocolate? Society again with its endless labels and add on labels. What about milk chocolate? A hardened chocolate milk or is it not even milk at all. Its not even a liquid form anymore. Its solid. So here we have chocolate milk: liquid. Milk chocolate: solid. More lies and smoke and mirrors that society has put in place. By swapping the position of the two words we have made an entirely new entity. If only it was that simple. Is milk chocolate a hardened version of chocolate milk? No. Its an illusion. If you look on the back of your next hersheys bar at the ingredients its not just MILK+Chocolate. More deciet with society and its labels.

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    1. 3.45 THAT is really funny

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    2. You understand nothing about chocolate milk! Who is to decide or declare in manners of formal procedure the nomenclature that must, should, could, or perhaps would, be applied by any other sentience but our own. I ask you this, if you are capable of truly thinking: Is the milk chocolate or is it milk flavored by the essence - and here is where taxonomy will trip up even the most rigorous of logic and taste tests - of the cocoa bean? I humbly posit that it is in fact neither! It is a meaningless construct just like the term sociopath. Of course, I do not expect any of the regulars here to grasp the import of this hypothesis.

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    3. Deserves a place at sociopathworld classics

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    4. Absolutely priceless.
      Well done, sir/madam. My hat is off to you.

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    5. Sociopathworld classics---there are enough of those.

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    6. UKan, was that you? hats off to you. you really can mimic, you socio bastard.

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    7. Dont fight the feeling. Its ok to laugh too jose

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  18. jose javierJune 11, 2012 3:45 PM
    Who calls it milk? Society? Psychologists? Scientists?

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    1. 3.45
      You clever rogue!
      I like a good laugh.

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    2. lmao.
      Very clever.

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  19. This place is really priceless. Thanks for providing the salon, ME. Regulars sure create free entertainment here.

    Life is indeed absurd. All that learning, relearning, getting hot, getting cold, darn. PDs, normals, this and that.

    May we all live long enough to see what we talk about ten years down the road.

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  21. I am a widow of a SF soldier at 25, I studied criminalology at UT Knoxville and later spinal tap at (having hyper-mobility disorder) the Drs didn't know of it caused all the fluids run out of my brain and spinal cord. It took 2 yrs and going thru chronic pain rehab to recover..then married and started finishing school when I was kidnapped by a fake cop,the cops wont bust the guy despite the evidence b/c I got away via breaking his elbow and wrist. I have recently dated most people with issues cause needless to say PTSD SUCKS. I am tapering off the meds and people puss me off by their ignorance daily. I now work from my moms home helping recover from all this and her fire. I understand mob mentality cause I have personally dealt with a many of socio-paths in the Army (I worked as a skip-tracer while married and then was a paramedic on base)...these mob mentality is seeking out people who they trust despite what they have been thru and the reactions to kill or cause choas at whatever lengths to feel justified to their group/family. Almost on the lines of cults, anything not socially acceptable but that they can influence and gain from if swayed enough by their emotions. An addiction for revellion ans choas blahblah to feel grandiosity.

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