From a reader:
Loved your sociopath blog. I bet you love all the emails from dipshits trying to "help" or relate to you. "It's a lonely life" waaaaah! waaaah!
I'm not a sociopath, I feel guilt, love, remorse, responsibility, etc. Deeply so, as a matter of fact. So deeply that I will hold to my nonsensical morality in the face of death. I consistently act against my own best interest to the benefit of others. but I can imitate you to perfection. I can also immediately spot sociopaths. You are plastic people. Walking blow up dolls.
I stalk sociopaths online from time to time, actually sent a couple of you to prison for sex offenses just from their behavior on messageboards- and they were typical sociopaths- well respected in the community, their disease hidden completely, and they attempted to use the weight of the entire community against me, failing miserably(direct, hostile confrontation with sociopaths to humiliate them publicly works wonders. Make you fuckers scared, use words like a cattle prod to force you to cross the line, since there's a bear trap there waiting for you on the other side). I've had contests that lasted years and watched sociopaths crumble, their spirit just snap, their sociopathy dragged out into the light and their actions become an object of open ridicule. God it's beautiful.
Here's your weakness (and I can tell you this because you have absolutely no control over it- no ability to act differently. I can tell you today and still lure you in under a different identity tomorrow), you are attracted to more "advanced" sociopaths (I'm sure you've noticed how other sociopaths will flock to you because of the blog). You idolize and despise them. Like moths to a flame, you want the power they seem to possess, and then you want to destroy them with it. . .and that power that you perceive them to possess, which you are so strongly drawn to, is the power that person has to SEE behavior in the words of others, the power to dissect and destroy the human heart like an insect.
It's great, if I "let slip" statements as simple as "morals are for the homeless", or "guilt isn't a leprechaun, there's a pot of shit at the end of that rainbow" the sociopaths come running like I'm their messiah, and always in the same manner. Always with the same demeanor. Always. Like roaches that will always scurry under the fridge when the light comes on. If I say "he who trades freedom for safety deserves neither", I. . .well, I won't tell you what doors that opens, since you are a sociopath. You should see the sociopaths I can yank out into the light by saying "Marx was a cat-herder". Doctors, lawyers, professors. . .makes no difference. you're truly all the same.
The truth is, your intelligence is seriously compromised by your disorder, just like "empaths" intelligence is seriously compromised by their lack of a disorder. You have a blind side big enough to taxi the spruce goose through. An "empath" that can see you as clearly as you can see them has an enormous advantage. You are behavioral, like rats that'll keep hitting the bar that dispenses food, no matter how many times it shocks them, but you only see that in "empaths". Language is lying, behavior tells the truth, but for you it's the opposite. Your behavior is a lie, but your words ARE true, if one knows how to interpret them.
By the way, don't flatter yourself- you do have the "evil eyes" just like every other sociopath. That thousand yard stare comes and goes though, depending upon your interest. You just never see yourself in the mirror when you are talking to someone that has nothing to offer you.
By the way, if people can be made into sociopaths, sociopaths can be made into a reasonable imitation of a person (the first step being when the sociopath informs those around them that they are sociopaths. Sociopaths deal with two problems- lack of human emotion and isolation from humanity. You can't alleviate the former, but you can the latter). The process of socializing humans to become sociopathic involves placing them in a situation where they have to choose between their morals and their desires, and reward them socially for choosing their desires. It's just like wiggling a fence post back and forth until you can pull it out of the mud. It can work the opposite way as well.
Doctor Leroy Mclovin