Life as a Non-Violent Psychopath


Neuroscientist James Fallon discovered through his work that he has the brain of a psychopath… Read the article on


13 rules for dealing with a sociopath


According to Dr. Stout, author of The Sociopath Next Door

  1. Accept that some people have no conscience; that there are evil people in this world who do not act out of concern or love for another.
  2. Listen to your instincts — labels (professional roles) do not make a good person. Look carefully at someone who “carries” a professional label, judging whether that individual’s behavior fits what is expected of that professional role.
  3. Practice the rule of threes — One lie or broken promise may be a misunderstanding, two lies may involve a serious mistake, three lies — the individual is not trustworthy. Stay away from that individual.
  4. Question authority.
  5. Suspect flattery — when someone flatters you excessively, telling you how much they appreciate you or like it when you visit or how much they enjoy your conversations.
  6. Redefine your concept of respect — respect must be earned. Don’t automatically give respect to an individual because of her professional role or her relationship to you.
  7. Refuse to join the game — do not try to outsmart the sociopath. Do not reduce yourself to his level.
  8. Once you identify a sociopath, avoid him, refuse any kind of interaction. It is the only way to protect yourself.
  9. Question your tendency to pity too easily. Anyone who actively campaigns for your pity or consistently hurts others is likely a sociopath. Pity should be reserved for those who truly deserve it. Make sure the individual who seeks your help really needs it.
  10. Do not try to redeem the unredeemable. If you are dealing with someone without a conscience, you cannot change them, no matter how educated or loving you are. Sociopaths have no reason to change; they like who they are.
  11. Never agree to help a sociopath conceal her true character. You don’t owe the sociopath anything. Don’t believe that you are like her, no matter what she says. You are nothing like her.
  12. Defend your psyche. Humanity is not a failure. Being kind and loving and caring is the best way to live. It is the way most people live their lives.
  13. Living well is the best revenge.

Criminal versatility—a psychopathic trait


Greenwood rape suspect linked to robberies, assault

Posted on June 30, 2011, updated Jul 1

SEATTLE — The man accused of kidnapping a woman off the street and raping her last week is also connected to a string of armed robberies in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood.

Prosecutors say Jose Jimenez-Lopez is also a suspect in another assault and robbery of a woman. Additionally, federal authorities say he may be in the U.S. illegally, and have placed an immigration hold on him.

According to police, both Seattle police detectives and a female victim recognized Jimenez-Lopez’s face on TV when a surveillance picture of the suspect who attacked two women in the Greenwood neighborhood last week was released.

At 97th and Dayton, officers said two men hid in the bushes and jumped out to attack two women who were walking by. One of those women was abducted and raped.

Police said Jimenez-Lopez had a gun and cocaine on him when he was arrested at a bar late Tuesday.

The bad guys always win.


“The State justice system protects psychopaths from retaliation by their victims.”

Here is an example. Suppose an abusive parasitic coworker lies about me, and I am unfairly fired. If I seek true justice and punch the scumbag, then I would be treated as a criminal. Seeking justice through the State legal system would be pointless. In this manner, the State prevents justice, because you can’t punch someone who deserves it. If I said “It was OK to punch him. He was a scumbag who needed to be punched.”, State “justice” wouldn’t accept that as a valid excuse. According to State “justice”, lying about someone and unfairly firing them is 100% legal.

Excerpt from: Two Kinds Of Psychopaths


Opinion about “sociopaths”


By “Gigi”
January 14, 2012 – 1:50 am

Cain leads Abel to death

Cain leads Abel to his death.

Sociopaths cannot be rehabilitated thus therapy of any kind is useless.

They are very clever, very charming, and learn rapidly how to twist whatever information they come across, or what you say, to their gain.

If their lips are movin’ they are lyin’. How do I know? Had two such in my life.

One in 25 is estimated to be a sociopath. All of them lack empathy, but not all of them are killers. Makes one believe in the theory of the “bad seed.” Cain’s children live on, folks.

Sick, they are not. Evil is what they are and, as we put down rabid dogs, we need to put down the worst of these creatures.