Why The Public Loves Psychopaths: TTG Radio with Michael Cross

Today, I will be speaking to Michael Cross, an instructor of Psychology and International Finance in a college preparation school in Stockholm, Sweden. Michael is the author of “Freedom from Conscience — Melanie’s Journey”, a novel in which he explores how a psychopath sees the world. Even though the main character eventually becomes a serial murderer the reader will find they feel a bond with her and even a sense of love- knowing full well she is psychopathic.

Today, we will be discussing the issue of psychopathic personality traits and how they are actually assets to those clawing their way up the corporate or political ladder and how while people possessing these traits predatory, the public seems destined to fall in love with, desiring to see them in entertainment, voting for them in elections, and showering adoration on the CEOs of corporations.


You can join Michael’s FB group here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Freedom-From-Conscience/157243080986087

Michael’s book is available for purchase here: http://www.amazon.com/Freedom-Conscience-Melanies-Michael-Cross/dp/1935605879

To hear my interview with Michael, listen live at 2:00 pm EST at http://americanfreedomradio.com
or download the archived episode later at http://americanfreedomradio.com/TrutherGirls_11
Chat room will be open. Please join us at http://truthergirls.chatango.com

Below are some links to the video interviews with Michael as well as an article he recently wrote:

Psychopaths in politics: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MZCHjGkTPg&feature=related

Bullying and public education: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoUIHIjB0Io&feature=related

Article on political and corporate psychopaths: http://www.indymedia.ie/article/100200

6 responses to “Why The Public Loves Psychopaths: TTG Radio with Michael Cross

  1. As in the days of Noah, so shall it be at the end…Violence was rampant, the Nephilim were everywhere…as they are increasing now…Even the elect are being deceived…look up for your redemption draws nigh…

  2. When people act pyscopathic, they are praised. They are called ambitious, talented, or seen as leaders. When people show good traits such as humility, decency and love for their neighbor, they are mocked, ridiculed bullied and rejected. I think love for psycopaths is a sign of the decay of the morals of modern humanity. They overlook evil in the face of success. Success is all that matters, and psychos are good at succeeding.

    Some people are born that way and the rest just follow and become psychos by default. They might become worse psychos thatn the orginial, because they have even less reason for what they do. They have to find reasons to justify their horrible behavior, while the psycho is just acting out of self interest.

    I think pyschos easily become possessed and spread their demons to others also, making them sort of like slave admirers, the way vampires operate. Usually in a group situation, anyone who tries to stand up to or point out the psycho is called the psycho instead. I was told the only way to stop them is to stay away from them. You really can’t fight them at all.

    If you try to fight them, they will try to make you their friend or they will make themselves look like the victim. Either way, you lose.

  3. Ah. I have got to read the book then! I think then for you, the “I am <fishead(" movie will be unmissable. It was premiered very recently! http://www.fisheadmovie.com/videoclips check it out, it has got Dr. Paul Babiak and Dr. Bob Hare in it.

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  5. well, the reason people “love” psychopaths is because those very same people don’t stick around long enough to notice the gross amount of destruction which psychos ultimately cause.

  6. A good psychopath has a very intimate understanding of how his (or her) victim’s mind functions. By understanding the goals, motivations, desires, emotional and cognitive patterns, and everything else that makes a person tic, the psychopath gains great leverage for manipulating his victim’s emotions, thoughts and behaviour. Without this intimate understanding, there is no leverage and the psychopath is powerless…

    Read more at: http://mindthinktrue.blogspot.ca/2012/08/empathy-sympathy-and-psychopathy.html

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