How to spot a psychopath

Described by hospital staff as a ‘psychopath’, Savile carefully cultured his image, yet never expressed any real emotion.  All was superficial.  He was protected and rewarded with access and favours by the Royal family, and supplied kids to pedophile rings at high level.

People who lack a conscience and empathy, but are otherwise intelligent and capable, and are not mentally deficient. Some can kill and worse and feel no remorse or guilt. They have an enormous sense of entitlement, a need for excitement. Traits include pathological lying, shallow feelings. Sexual promiscuity. Psychopaths have trouble processing emotional information. Tests show they can’t recognise emotions in peoples’ faces as easily as others can. They don’t see fear and anger in others. They have reduced anxiety, and have key physical brain differences, which don’t react to emotional inputs. They are unable to learn the difference between good and bad behaviour as a result.


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6 Responses to “How to spot a psychopath”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I found this site looking up Bank of England.

    Have been looking at old artics. Who is this guy called WASP, everyone sayin is wrong about evrythin?

    Have looked some of it & dont seem wrong.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Seems most of our politicians would fit into this perspective.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Lov wasp to..:-)

  4. Anonymous says:

    wasp is wrong about jesuits hitler and in fact most things, he has lost this site so many of its best commenters

  5. Eric says:

    Yes,the first person I thought of was the vile Blair creature

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