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Malignant Narcissist


Malignant narcissist and malignant narcissism are terms I wish I could educate everyone concerning. I have had to deal with two of these individuals over the past two years and it’s an incredible psychoshow.

Basically, unlike your average person, the malignant narcissist goes to work in order to play and start trouble. Other people are pawns to them and they destroy the lives of others out of boredom and a need to feel power.

They are very sick and are a plague on anyone who knows them. You must avoid them at all costs. Do not associate with them. You wouldn’t hang out with John Wayne Gacy would you? No, you wouldn’t and believe me when I say they are as nefarious as Gacy. Evil is evil.

Here’s wikipedia on the subject:

Malignant narcissism is a psychological syndrome comprising an extreme mix of narcissism, antisocial personality disorder, aggression, and sadism.[1] Often grandiose, and always ready to raise hostility levels, the malignant narcissist undermines organizations in which they are involved, and dehumanizes the people with whom they associate.[2] Malignant narcissism is a hypothetical, experimental diagnostic category. Narcissistic personality disorder is found in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-TR), while malignant narcissism is not. As a hypothetical syndrome, malignant narcissism could include aspects of narcissistic personality disorder as well as paranoia. The importance of malignant narcissism and of projection as a defense mechanism has been confirmed in paranoia, as well as “the patient’s vulnerability to malignant narcissistic regression”.[3]

I have this book by Sam Vaknin coming in the mail and I can’t wait. It’s called “Malignant Self-Love: Narcissism Revisited.” If you like reading on your computer you may prefer the kindle version which is only $9.99.

This will be the fourth book I have read on the subject in the last year. When you know the nature of the diagnosis you quickly discover that they are very easy to pick out of a crowd. Nobody normal acts like that!

When you know how scripted and predictable their behaviors are it becomes your first line of self-defense. Knowledge about the person who opted to make you their enemy is very helpful. I recommend reading as much about them as is possible. Prepare and protect yourself young man!

I’d like to do a long quote from this excellent website “HOUSE OF MIRRORS” but I can’t because they have some sort of protection on there that prevents people from cutting and pasting. Just let me say that the posts are tremendous.

She is an adult survivor of a narcissistic family and the stories she tells about her sister are frightening but extremely educational. They are very insightful and tell us much about narcissism as a personality disorder. Here’s an entry that describes well their pathological nature.

Young Greek women are selling sex for the price of a sandwich as six years of painful austerity has pushed the European country to the financial brink, a new study showed Friday.

The study, which compiled data on more than 17,000 sex workers operating in Greece, found that Greek women now dominate the country’s prostitution industry, replacing Eastern European women, and that the sex on sale in Greece is some of the cheapest on offer in Europe.

“Some women just do it for a cheese pie, or a sandwich they need to eat because they are hungry,” Gregory Laxos, a sociology professor at the Panteion University in Athens, told the London Times newspaper. “Others (do it) to pay taxes, bills, for urgent expenses or a quick (drug) fix,” said Laxos, who conducted the three-year study.

University students in Massachusetts who were upset by an image of a Confederate flag sticker on another student’s laptop were offered counseling services at Framingham State University.
The offer came after the university’s “chief diversity and inclusion officer,” Sean Huddleston, described the display of the small Confederate flag sticker as a “bias incident.”

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  1. Al Mo
    Posted November 30, 2015 at 12:40 pm | Permalink

    Diversity and inclusion. “belong to the group or be shamed” collectivism.

  2. Some One
    Posted December 1, 2015 at 1:18 am | Permalink

    Pro tip: to bypass copy/paste protection, just disable JavaScript in your web browser and refresh the page. 🙂

    • Bernard Chapin
      Posted December 1, 2015 at 1:19 am | Permalink

      now that’s what i call a protip!

  3. Paul Muro
    Posted December 4, 2015 at 12:46 am | Permalink

    In this new era of equality , it is high time we stop pampering and making goddesses of women which only drives their narcissism quotient to the moon , and instead treat them all like EQUALS w no special attentions, privileges, honors, assistance or diplomacy in any regard .
    If we do not learn to control our physical urges , we are simply going to end up a manginas or second class citizens and I mean , under the law !

  4. TroperA
    Posted December 6, 2015 at 6:14 am | Permalink

    Have you read Anonymous Conservative’s “How to Deal with Narcissists” as well? You can find it in the Nonfiction section of Castalia House.

  5. Jennifer Lokken
    Posted December 6, 2015 at 10:47 pm | Permalink

    Seriously, I can’t tell you how much this article solidifies something that happened over this Thanksgiving, it was a hard one but I am not getting into publicly but this confirms my decision!

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