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My Armchair Theory on Sociopathy

Posted by PlanetGrok on February 26, 2010

Sociopaths and psychopaths (antisocial personality ‘disorder’ -according to the establishment) get a bad rap. In pop culture, these terms are often used interchangeably with anything evil or twisted*, such as sadism. This is not fair – most sociopaths are not evil people and do not have ill intent toward anyone. Up to 4 percent of people are sociopaths. Why is this?

My theory is that the sociopathic niche evolved back in the time when we were all hunter-gatherers, living in small tribes of 25-50 people, like many small Amazonian tribes today. Sociopaths were the natural leaders of these tribes, willing to make hard decisions for the greater good.

In the massive industrial human societies modern man inhabits, these people fulfill their niche as businessmen, politicians, and 4chan. A downside of the development of these human super-hives is that there is a surplus of sociopaths – we no longer need one out of every 25 people to lack a conscience. Frequently these surplus sociopaths, frustrated that their instincts do not allow them to be fully accepted into the cooperative super-hive, find less than productive habitats to exist in.

Often, sociopaths who were not able to climb the social ladder ended up incarcerated and removed from the breeding pool. High percentages of sociopaths in newly industrialized societies meant that draconian laws had to be established in order to maintain harmony. Monogamy also helped, for sociopaths found it difficult to be as successful in a cooperative marriage as normals. Thus, over generations, those people groups in civilized societies were able to reduce – but not remove- their sociopathic percentage. When people groups who have a shorter history of civilization enter the civilized world, they have not had the eugenic cleansing of the sociopathic element, so there is again a sociopathic surplus that  takes generations to reach a healthy equilibrium – especially when the draconian laws necessary to reduce prior sociopathic surpluses are no longer in place.

I want to emphasize again that sociopaths are no more innately “evil” than normal people. They are just at higher risk for evil activity because they lack normal inhibitions. I do consider myself somewhere on the sociopathic spectrum as well. I’m not entirely devoid of empathy, I just do not have a normal dose, I don’t think. I’d say they number of people I have ever felt anything for can be counted on one hand. My family members crying over Aunts, Uncles, and Grandparents who died always seemed strange and alien to me. I am not sure I will even feel anything when my parents pass away. Does this mean I should be ferreted out, publicly branded and shamed, as many psychologists have urged? I would hope not – I do not have any ill intent. It can be odd walking around, knowing that what goes on inside your head is nothing like what goes on inside most people’s heads. But I think I’m glad that I’m mostly free from the burden of managing a complex web of emotional attachment. Oddly enough, one gaping hole in my general sociopathy is in the romantic arena. I learned at age 16 that I’d better patch that hole if I wanted to prevent disaster down the road.

*as long as it is a white sociopathic criminal being portrayed. NAM criminals often get the sympathy treatment.

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On Harem-building

Posted by PlanetGrok on February 22, 2010

Obsidian’s recent post criticizing Roissy’s Valentine’s Day advocacy of Multiple Long Term Relationships -a true harem- brought to mind experience I’ve had doing just that.

I didn’t even have to lie, as Roissy encourages.

All you have to do is establish relationships with married/involved women. It is easier to do this than build an elaborate mountain of lies to keep girlfriends with too much time on their hands from finding out about each other, and it forces the females do the lying for you. I’ve discovered that married women are most vulnerable several months after the birth of a child, or any time in the first 3 years of life of their second child. It is at these times that they are frustrated by their husband’s withdrawal, and fantasize about either moving up to a better provider beta or getting out of the house for once to have some fun.

Working moms are very vulnerable to affairs, but if you are not confident enough to hit on these women publicly, there’s always Ashley Madison.

A key benefit of boinking married chicks is that you, the shrewd gamer, can replicate your genetic potential with significantly reduced risk of having to fork out child support. The cuckolded beta will take the hit.

The downside is that husbands can get downright nasty if you get caught. I had to change my number and ante up my moving date because of threats from one. But even in these cases, the shamed wife will get the brunt of the anger. Just don’t deliberately inflame the situation, and you’ll be fine. Tell the guy to read up on his Roissy. He’ll thank you in a couple months.

I also do not think this would work well for men who are below-average in looks. You want to at least look better than the other guy.

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Scotsmen the most ALPHA men in the west?

Posted by PlanetGrok on February 18, 2010

Heh. Scotsmen must be well versed in Dün Moch game.

Violence against women is justified, says pupil study.

Easy there, don’t shoot the messenger.

The majority of the pupils said it [violence] was justified if the woman had an affair, or if she was late in making the tea.

These young Scottish barbarians are obviously picking this “dysfunctional behavior” up from home.  I conclude from this study that the key to a healthy marriage in Scotland lies in timely fucking tea.  And not having married a whore. Not altogether a bad deal.

Scotland also has a very high divorce rate. I blame that on feminism. Feminists are notoriously tardy in the kitchen and are either whores or asexual, or some odd combination of the two. (Like an ugly whore)

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Beta of the Year

Posted by PlanetGrok on February 15, 2010

Paging Roissy

After 15 happy years with his wife, Alan Jenkins decided it was time for the ultimate expression of love.

So, determined to prove his devotion, he had a lifesize image of her face – along with those of their two daughters – tattooed on his back.

But Betas always reap the contempt for themselves that they sow:

Unfortunately for the besotted Alan, it also backfired on a monumental scale after Lisa, 36, absconded with a 25-year-old Latvian hunk she had met at work.

What does the cougar whore have to say for herself?

“I didn’t plan to fall in love with Kaspars – it just happened,” she said.

The Beta is not learning from his mistake:

He could be forgiven for wanting his wife off his back for good, but despite his heartache, he has no plans to have to tattoo removed.

“Lisa may have left me but she’ll be on my back forever thanks to the tattoo,” he said.

“But I’ve still got plenty of room on my chest if I get hooked up again.”

Somebody put him out of his misery now.

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Jealousy

Posted by PlanetGrok on February 10, 2010

So you finally have a woman that you love and cherish and want to be with for more than a few lays. Good for you. But your work has only just begun.

If you want to keep her, keep her jealous.

The natural order of things is for the man to be of higher status than the woman. Men are stronger, smarter, and more objective. (While this may sound misogynist, women wouldn’t have it any other way. ) Women have evolved to spend most of their years caring for young. To do this, they need a dominant man to support them.  The problem is, dominant men are in high demand because other women want their genetically supreme ball-juice too! How a woman competes with other women for a dominant man is a topic for another post. For now, recognize that your woman biologically perceives your ability to cheat on her as one of the signaling factors that establishes your dominance, and thus your desirability.

Never let a woman make you jealous. If a woman mentions anything about some “guy friend”,  casually mention that your ex-girlfriend reached out to you yesterday and you’d like to meet her over a cup of coffee to reminisce. If you let your jealousy show, then you have biologically communicated to her that you need her more than she needs you. That is a recipe for disaster.

The one exception to the “never show jealousy” rule might be if you have been too much of an asshole, and she is feeling completely unwanted, which is not healthy either. She may tell you, while you are spooning her and she is pretending to be unreceptive to simulated reproduction,  about some guy that is hitting on her. She wants  you to show that you value her in some way. The best response I have found is to casually mention that you’ll either kick his ass or slap her silly. The nonchalant mention of primal violence inflicted on lesser males or herself will give her gina tingles and you should be able to hit it. But again, this sort of thing only works on a dejected woman who is not really talking about a male friend, just making something up to gauge your interest in her.

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