Sociopaths or narcissist people their goal is to drive their victims to destructive acts and don’t care about Collateral damage it might cause to innocent people, even if they themselves are hurt in the process, actually they hope they too are hurt and the public is watching, so they can play the victim role and manipulate the public to their side. They love to play the victim role to get others sympathy and manipulate them to give them what they want. They are masters at doing this, just like Marie France Hirigoyen said in her book Stalking the Soul: “...When the victim loses control, the abuser simply injects a small dose of provocation and contempt to obtain a reaction, and later reproaches her for it. If, for example, the reaction is anger, he makes sure that everyone sees it. On occasion, an outsider might even feel compelled to call the police. One even sees cases of abusers egging their victims on: “poor thing, you can’t expect anything from life; I don’t know why you haven’t jumped out the window!” It’s easy after that for the abuser to make the victim a mental case. The victim needs to act, but because she is blocked by the hold over her, she can only find her freedom in an extreme gesture. To an outsider, any impulsive action, especially a violent one, is considered pathological. The person reaction to provocation seems responsible for the crises. Guilt in the eyes of the abuser; she appears like the aggressor to outsiders, who don’t understand that she can no longer live trapped in a horrible situation. Whatever she does, she can’t set herself free: if reacts, she is responsible for starting the conflict, and is she doesn’t react, the deadly stalking of her soul continues. As he drives his victim to destruction, the abuser gets that much more pleasure from pointing out her weakness or unleashing her violence. He makes her feel debased and unworthy. Depending on her reaction, she is described as temperamental and neurotic, alcoholic, or suicidal. The victim feels defenseless and tries to justify herself as if she were, in fact, guilty. The abuser’s pleasure double: he bamboozles or humiliates his victim and subsequently rubs her nose in her humiliation. While the victim dwells on her guilt, the abuser benefits from the situation, making sure to cast himself as the victim. Justification becomes impossible when nothing is said and no reproach is made. Desperate to find a solution to this horrifying impasse, the victim may be tempted in turn to use innuendo and manipulation. The relationship then becomes ambiguous: who is the abuser and who the victim. The ideal outcome for the abuser is to succeed in making the other “evil,” which transforms the evil into something more normal because it is now shared. He wants to inject the other with what is bad in him. To corrupt is the ultimate goal. His greatest satisfaction lies in driving his target to destructive acts or, in a larger framework, leading several individuals to finish each other off.” Read more here
I read that the co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz’, was seeing a psychiatric doctor and taking
medication. Going to see a psychiatric doctor was his biggest mistake. What he
needed was a true enlightened witness to help him see and understand the real
roots of his depression and despair and give him support to consciously feel
the repressed feelings within the context of his own childhood.
Usually you don’t find a true enlightened witness within the so call “mental health professionals” in most cases, they are the most repressed people I know hiding behind their degrees, seductive theories and illusions deceiving themselves and others and aggravating their patients conditions.
Totally! The co-pilot took the final flight from his history by taking his own life and taking with him 150 passengers.
Yep! This was one of the big reasons i was target by the sociopath that was the property manager at my last job, because i am a truly happy and free person, but she was not able to destroy me and she didn't walk away wearing my skin. But instead her true self was revealed.
To read more about my experiences with the mob of sociopaths or narcissists at my last job read my blog Experienced Knowledge