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Julias Malema the Psychopath

15 September 2012, 10:37
Malema's attitude has no place amongst civilised society for the way he behaves. He is everything you would expect from an evil, cowardly, opportunistic predator that is using the misfortunes of other people to serve his own twisted aganda.

He's meeting with 60 soldiers at the Lenasia Recreation Centre was him trying to turn the one thing that still ensures civility in South Africa,which is the South African Armed Forces, probably against the office of the Presidency of South Africa.Personally I don't care for Mr Zuma or the ANC Government at all for that matter,which is a given,but what this renegade firebrand,Julias Malema,was trying to do is just borderline disgraceful.

He toi-toi's in settlements among shanty town and squatter camp dwellers,proclaiming to be the champion for the poor,but then he quitely slips away into his leafy,nouveau rich home in the wealthy suburbs of South Africa.What a multiple disorder psycho this two faced clown truly is almost too difficult to explain.

Psychoanalyst Willard Gaylin once wrote:"The failure to feel guilt is the basic flaw in psychopaths."

How so?Well the conscience of a psycho is totally insensitive,like your flesh that is permanently scarred by a branding iron.It all has to do with misinformation individuals like Malema picks up in their lives which in turn causes them to overreact to certain situations and suffer needless alarm bells in their lives.

The problem with Julias Malema is the he's never experience the feeling of guilt and shame.Guilt like shame are noble,generous traits in humans, for those of course that has a well-trained conscience,which makes us human.Guilt shapes ones goodness and generosity in life.To feel guilty signals a behaviour we'd much rather refrain from doing.

Sadly for Malema he has never been able to measure himself against that which is ideal in civilized society,either approvingly or disapprovingly.I don't even think that there is anybody that he currently looks up to or respects or even admires that's not a weirdo himself or herself.Its always all about him and his agenda.Julias Malema has seared his conscience and made it insensitive and silent to the feelings and sufferings of other humans.

He is using the misery of the miners to resuscitate his political agenda.And  mind you MISERY loves COMPANY or didn't people know that.

As Dr Menninger once wrote on that:"If any group of people can be made to share responsibility for what would be  called a sin,then the load of guilt rapidly lifts from the shoulders of all concerned.The guilt shared by the many evaporates for the individual accused...Then the end result is that all behaviour ordinarily regarded as criminal suddenly becomes sanctioned i.e.,murder,mayhem,arson,robbery,deceit,trespassing,sabotage,vandalism and cruelty. "

Is that not what has happened since the illegal mining strikes took place in mid August 2012?

Julias Malema needs to undergo a healthy psychology check asap with a specialist.He needs to learn proper regard for himself and other people,become considerate of other people's feelings and emotions and above all accept behaviour which is right and proper in civil society.

South Africa don't need people like him.

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