This is the first in a new series of posts that I will be writing. These are not intended to be full-length posts (though they occasionally may be) and will not replace the daily full-length posts. These are merely supplements and may or may not show up on a daily basis. These are not as refined and are intended to be “Stream of Consciousness” in nature. In the future I will denote these with the tag “stream of consciousness”.
The hypocrisy of neurotypicals never ceases to astound me. I was perusing Tumblr this morning and noticed a post that kept getting reblogged left and right. To summarize, it was a back-and-forth between a psychopath and a neurotypical. The neurotypical claimed that his (?) experiences were worthy of generalization to the psychopathic population as a whole. Apparently he had been abused or scorned by someone who may or may not have been psychopathic. Chiming in on a post written by an anonymous antisocial challenging a predominant “abuse survivor” blog (that spends most of their time claiming that all abuse is the result of psychopaths) to an intellectual debate on the subject, the discourse was weak at best. The neurotypical was convinced that they were in the right.
Every time I see exchanges or statements like this, I am saddened. I have never claimed that psychopaths are “good” people, but I refuse to believe that the entire population must be strictly “evil”. Psychopathy is denoted by a lack of empathy and various antisocial behaviors, but many become self-aware and cut out such nonsense to the best of their abilities. The neurotypical does not care however, they want to see our heads on pikes for crimes that we’ve never committed. They are bloodthirsty.
The psychopathic acquaintance of mine made excellent points. Should we fear all Muslims due to the actions of a subset? Should we fear the black population due to their increased incidence of violence? What about the schizophrenic or the Bipolar individual? There is a double standard here. It saddens me and infuriates me and reminds me why it is so important that someone speak up for the successful psychopath population.
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