Psychopaths in our society


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They hide behind their masks! Behind fancy titles or wealth or some ridiculous stupid noble family name. But anyone one with a slightly trained eye can spot them. There are many psychopaths in society, that actually, we virtually know nothing about. Some psychopath’s you see daily on TV or Internet´and these are the psychopaths who don’t necessarily commit homicide, commit serious violence, or even come to the attention of the police. They are often successful businessmen or politicians. They may also be successful doctors or professors. They may be successful academics. They may be successful priests. They exist in all areas of society. There is a growing awareness that psychopathic behavior is around us in all walks of life.

In Sweden we have the snitch and globalist traitor Carl Bildt (Long Time Bilderberger) is probably a thoroughbred psychopath. If you look at all his lack of empathy in almost every interview and his subversive Anti-Swedish politics recently exposed by WikiLeaks. Or as when Minister Carl Bildt rejected allegations of being a long-running American influence agent, saying it is a part of an FM’s job “to inform other countries about sensitive issues.” Difference?

Carl Bildt

According to popular wisdom, psychopaths are crazed and bloodthirsty serial killers. The reality is not so simple. While many psychopaths do commit violent crimes, not all psychopaths are criminals and not all criminals are psychopathic. Psychopaths are found in many walks of life and are often successful in competitive professions. However they are also ruthless, manipulative and destructive. Equinox reports on techniques developed by psychologists to work out whether a person is psychopathic and shows how brain scientists are coming close to mapping the malfunctions in the brain that cause a person to be a psychopath. In Britain one person in 200 is likely to be a psychopath. However psychopaths are thought to be responsible for half of all reported crimes and to make up between 15% and 20% of the prison population.

This video looks at the most recent research into the brains and behavior of psychopaths and assesses the prospects for the treatment or containment of this antisocial group of people who create such a disproportionate amount of destruction. Psychopaths who have been convicted of appalling crimes explain with disturbing clarity what motivated them in their violent and destructive behavior. They speak without shame, guilt, remorse or empathy with their victims.

Though they are articulate and, at times, plausible and charming, they lack the range of emotions experienced by the rest of society. They know the difference between right and wrong but they do not feel it. Robert Hare, Professor of Psychology at the University of Vancouver, has devised a system of assessment called the Psychopathy Checklist. In specialized interviews, psychologists assess individuals on a scale of 0 to 40 for a series of character traits, including callousness, superficial charm, lack of empathy and many others (for more detail look at How to recognize a psychopath). Anyone whose score is greater than 30 is diagnosed as psychopathic.

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