Induced Sociopathy

Induced Sociopathic Ideation Syndrome (ISIS)

IS ALL INNER CITY VIOLENCE A “CRY FOR HELP” BY THE FRACTURED FATHERED MALES OF POLYGYNY???

For the most part, sociopaths are the result of troubled traumatic childhood while psychopaths are hardwired.

Sociopathy is more likely the product of childhoodtrauma and physical/emotional abuse.

Because sociopathy appears to be learned rather than innate, sociopaths are capable of empathy in certain limited circumstances but not in others, and with a few individuals but not others.

Key traits that sociopaths and psychopaths share include:

  • A disregard for laws and social mores

  • A disregard for the rights of others

  • A failure to feel remorse or guilt

  • A tendency to display violent behavior

In addition to their commonalities, sociopaths and psychopaths also have their own unique behavioral characteristics, as well.

Sociopaths tend to be nervous and easily agitated. They are volatile and prone to emotional outbursts, including fits of rage. They are likely to be uneducated and live on the fringes of society, unable to hold down a steady job or stay in one place for very long. It is difficult but not impossible for sociopaths to form attachments with others. Many sociopaths are able to form anattachment to a particular individual or group, although they have no regard for society in general or its rules. In the eyes of others, sociopaths will appear to be very disturbed. Any crimes committed by a sociopath, including murder, will tend to be haphazard, disorganized and spontaneous rather than planned.

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Sociopathic personality disorder signs and symptoms

  • Disregard for right and wrong

  • Persistent lying or deceit to exploit others

  • Using charm or wit to manipulate others for personal gain or for sheer personal pleasure

  • Intense egocentrism, sense of superiority and exhibitionism

  • Recurring difficulties with the law

  • Repeatedly violating the rights of others by the use of intimidation, dishonesty and misrepresentation

  • Child abuse or neglect

  • Hostility, significant irritability, agitation, impulsiveness, aggression or violence

  • Lack of empathy for others and lack of remorse about harming others

  • Unnecessary risk-taking or dangerous behaviors

  • Poor or abusive relationships

  • Irresponsible work behavior

  • Failure to learn from the negative consequences of behavior

Antisocial personality disorder symptoms may begin in childhood and are fully evident for most people during their 20s and 30s. In children, cruelty to animals, bullying behavior, impulsivity or explosions of anger, social isolation, and poor school performance may be, in some cases, early signs of the disorder.

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Psychopaths are hard wired

Psychopaths, on the other hand, are unable to form emotional attachments or feel real empathywith others, although they often have disarming or even charming personalities. Psychopaths are very manipulative and can easily gain people’s trust. They learn to mimic emotions, despite their inability to actually feel them, and will appear normal to unsuspecting people. Psychopaths are often well educated and hold steady jobs. Some are so good at manipulation and mimicry that they have families and other long-term relationships without those around them ever suspecting their true nature.

When committing crimes, psychopaths carefully plan out every detail in advance and often have contingency plans in place. Unlike their sociopathic counterparts, psychopathic criminals are cool, calm, and meticulous. Their crimes, whether violent or non-violent, will be highly organized and generally offer few clues for authorities to pursue. Intelligent psychopaths make excellent white-collar criminals and “con artists” due to their calm and charismatic natures.

The cause of psychopathy is different than the cause of sociopathy (1). It is believed that Psychopathy is related to a physiological defect that results in the underdevelopment of the part of the brain responsible for impulse controland emotions.

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Hardwired vs. Induced

Terrorist leaders and street gang leaders are more  likely to be hardwired psychopaths, while their followers are more likely to be the easily manipulated induced sociopaths with troubled broken fathered childhoods of various forms of polygamy…

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