University psychologists in Brazil conducted a “study” that profiled those who are non-compliant with relation to wearing face masks and practicing social distancing. Those cretins who resist going along with mandates for the greater good “tend to display higher levels of traits associated with antisocial personality disorder, also known as sociopathy.”
What is a sociopath?
People with ASPD can’t understand others’ feelings. They’ll often break rules or make impulsive decisions without feeling guilty for the harm they cause. People with ASPD may also use “mind games” to control friends, family members, co-workers, and even strangers. They may also be perceived as charismatic or charming.
To receive a diagnosis of ASPD, someone must be older than 18. Their behaviors must show a pattern of at least three of the following seven traits:
- Doesn’t respect social norms or laws. They consistently break laws or overstep social boundaries.
- Lies, deceives others, uses false identities or nicknames, and uses others for personal gain.
- Doesn’t make any long-term plans. They also often behave without thinking of consequences.
- Shows aggressive or aggravated behavior. They consistently get into fights or physically harm others.
- Doesn’t consider their own safety or the safety of others.
- Doesn’t follow up on personal or professional responsibilities. This can include repeatedly being late to work or not paying bills on time.
- Doesn’t feel guilt or remorse for having harmed or mistreated others.
Other possible symptoms of ASPD can include:
- being “cold” by not showing emotions or investment in the lives of others
- using humor, intelligence, or charisma to manipulate others
- having a sense of superiority and strong, unwavering opinions
- not learning from mistakes
- not being able to keep positive friendships and relationships
- attempting to control others by intimidating or threatening them
- getting into frequent legal trouble or performing criminal acts
- taking risks at the expense of themselves or others
- threatening suicide without ever acting on these threats
- becoming addicted to drugs, alcohol, or other substances
In fact, the Brazilian study started out with the presupposition that “deniers” are sociopaths, and then struck out to prove it. Any credibility of the results lies only with the academic association of the authors and not with the study itself, which appears to be seriously convoluted.
However, the authors themselves clearly reveal their real motives by concluding,
“Our findings can be useful for public health policies, e.g., through screenings that demonstrate an elevation in these traits, interventions can be carried out aiming at greater awareness and consequent compliance with containment measures. We suggest that further studies be carried out investigating the interaction of these traits with other variables,”
In other words, public health policies should be advised by these sociopathic personality markers by conducting psychological screenings. More disturbing is their call for interventions to force compliance with containment measures.
In China, such interventions are called “re-education camps”. In the former USSR, they were called “gulags”. In today’s Technocrat-run society, it will be called Social Credit Scoring. Those who refuse to comply will be excluded from society and “put outside the camp” like lepers in Biblical times.
You can be certain that this utterly false narrative will be introduced into future public policy to further clamp down on any outliers who refuse to go along with the Technocrat narrative. As such, it should be resisted and debunked at all costs. With this early warning, you should be fully prepared for it.
**Hat tip to James Corbett for identifying this study.