posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 07:03 AM
reply to post by Elliot
You are quite right that when a young person is rewarded for bad behavior, that reinforces the idea that the behavior will gain them the respect and
power that they may crave if they happen to be psychopaths. However, what I am talking about is dealing with people who have had that reinforcement
for years, while having access to the best of everything, education, finances, legal support.
The trouble with psychopaths who get places, is once they are there, once they have power, they are incredibly difficult to identify. Getting
involved with an effort to remove certain people from power based on thier psychology, would open a person up to extreme risk, and many of these
psychopathic power brokers are very well connected people, and that means that comming forward with a concern about them places the informant in an
awful lot of danger.
Remember, we are talking about people who have no compassion, no empathy, no boundaries what so ever. Add to that vast wealth and connections all
over the planet, and making enemies of these people is tantamount to jumping off a bridge over a dried up river bed from ninety feet up!
We are talking about people who could make a call and have a persons children taken away, have them harrassed by law enforcement, have them
disappeared, or have their word tarnished by either falsification or digging into thier pasts to flag up all the dirty secrets a human being accrues
over a lifetime.
I believe it is a massive mistake to try and make this sound simple, when in fact it is deeply complicated. A great man once said "things should be
made as simple as they can be, but no more" or words to similar effect. This could not be more suited to the subject which we are discussing in my