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Originally posted by Mindmelding
I think you have not yet realised what a psychopath is. A psychopath is not an emotionally out of control individual, they actually blend in pretty well.
Symptoms of psychopathy
# Reckless disregard for the safety of self or others
# Impulse control problems
# Aggressive or violent tendencies, repeated physical fights or assaults on others
# Lack of remorse, indifferent to or rationalizes having hurt or mistreated others
# A sense of extreme entitlement
# Poor judgment, failure to learn from experience
# Inability to distinguish right from wrong
I would submit not only do they fit in well in them military, because they don't get emotionally riled while going up the hierarchy and submitted to the authority of others
I have the theory that leadership is psychopathic
the general personnel is emotionally missguided, because they fail to see not only what the military is, and elitist construct that hurts mankind, but they also fail to see the consequences of their actions, to see that they never solve any problems or defend anyone, mearly add to the elitist created chaos..
We still would have the minority of psychopaths to deal with. But at least there would not be these massive armed groups controlled by them and basically tricked into serving their selfish goals.
This is not the ravings of a stoned hippy, this is pacifism based on a scientific theory, ponerology, which explains the psychological motivations of elitist powermongers that control most organizations, including the military.
Don't bait me again please, it results in verbatious discharge
Originally posted by jfj123
reply to post by BrainPower
Could you please expand on what the oath keepers are and how is it accepted by officers, generals, etc...
Cluster B. These are personality disorders characterized by dramatic, overly emotional thinking or behavior and include:
Antisocial (formerly, sociopathic) personality disorder
* Disregard for others
* Persistent lying or stealing
* Recurring difficulties with the law
* Repeatedly violating the rights of others
* Aggressive, often violent behavior
* Disregard for the safety of self or others
The Paradox of Psychopathy
Antisocial personality disorder is one of the few mental disorders for which aggressive behavior is a diagnostic criterion. "Irritability and aggressiveness, as indicated by repeated physical fights or assaults," is 1 of 7 elective criteria of which 3 are required to establish the diagnosis.
* failure to conform to social norms
* deceitfulness, repeated lying, use of aliases, or manipulation of others
* impulsivity or failure to plan ahead
* irritability and aggressiveness
* reckless disregard for safety of self or others
* consistent irresponsibility
* lack of remorse, indifferent to or rationalizing having hurt or mistreated others
Originally posted by Mindmelding
You see, there is really two militaries. The one for the "normies", for the "sheep", for those who take orders and another one, entirely under the radar, for the type of people any normal person wishes the fortune of avoiding during his or her lifetime. This is why I think most soldiers, which of course are not in the psychopathic minority, are duped and deceived. They do not realise what the military really is and how it fits into the bigger reality.
Originally posted by SeekerofGod, how I wish the US would enact a mandatory Armed Service requirement. You would be an awesome candidate for recruitment. =.=