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Sunday, June 7, 2015


AK and AAPtards- why are they doing what they are doing and what everyone  needs to know and how they can change

Why is AK always broadcasting victimhood and blame game? When or can he ever move on to responsible behavior? Accountability?
Can a person with personal psychological problem be made to hold a very powerful post? What has happened in cases in the past? Why is it dangerous? Should we wait for the results to manifest and then cry over atrocities?
Grandiose self takes precedence over legal, moral or interpersonal commitments

According to psychologists, dictators are the individuals whose narcissism is so extreme and grandiose that they exist in a kind of splendid isolation in which the creation of the grandiose self takes precedence over legal, moral or interpersonal commitments. While the psychopath gives no real affection, he is quite capable of inspiring affection of sometimes fanatical degree in others. Indeed, he has no genuine human qualities, but opportunistically adapts himself to any situation. This is not a normal type of behavior we need to adjust ourselves to, but purely an opportunistic trick.
It is in the realm of politics that the psychopath is at his worst. While seemingly in full possession of his political ability, the psychopathic leader demonstrates an inability to comprehend the meaning and significance of his own faults. This is why he never tries to remedy the faults; instead he punishes critics. The psychopath dictator is often astounded to find that people are upset by his exploits, as acknowledged by some enthroned despots. Although he knows intellectually what punishment is decreed for certain crimes, when caught for the same crimes, he puts up elaborate rationalisations and defences, and seems surprised when he is actually punished, as seen in Saddam’s process.

Blame game behavior pattern

“This is where the blame process kicks in, instead of taking responsibility for his/her action that had unintended consequences, the blamer begins to find reasons why he/she should be excused from the repercussions. Repercussions that the blamer doesn't believe he/she 'deserved.' (Being judgmental of both self and others is common among blamers). Obviously the blamer will blame the driver ... let's say for speeding, e.g. If he hadn't been speeding he could have avoided hitting the blamer. Another way the blamer commonly will try to avoid taking responsibility for unpleasant results is by telling him/herself something along the lines of "If my boss wasn't such a nagger about being back from lunch on time I wouldn't have had to try to cross the street." Somehow magically it becomes the bosses fault that the blamer got hit by a car.
But here is where things get squishy, although avoiding external repercussions would appear to be the motive (e.g. trying to blame the driver for insurance purposes), the main goal of blaming others is to protect not just one's own emotions or ego, but apparently one's philosophy. And that is where this behavior becomes both self-reinforcing and self-perpetuating.”
Unwillingness and inability to accept actuality

“According to Terry Burnham "...our brains, like our bodies, reflect the world of our ancestors. Our lizard brains are pattern-seeking, backwards-looking systems that allowed us to forage for food and repeat successful behaviors. This system helped our ancestors survive and reproduce ... (3)."

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