Perp-sonality Disorders

Perps are determined to diagnose Targeted Individuals (TI’s) with a mental illness. Most commonly: Delusional, Schizophrenia, Paranoid. Most TI’s do not, in fact, have mental illness. They were fine until their whole world got turned upside down by the perps. All of the symptoms they are experiencing are do to external factors intentionally designed to cause the TI to exhibit symptoms of the above mental illnesses.

Let’s take a good look at perps and put them under the psychiatric microscope. What we will find are multiple true diagnoses of personality disorders. Many of which predispose them to join in this demonic cult behavior. The next time a perp tries to pigeonhole you with one of their BS psych diagnoses, ask them if they know anything about the following personality disorders which they exemplify:

-Antisocial personality disorder (Sociopath/ Psychopath)

Antisocial personality disorder is far more common in men than in women, and is characterized by a callous unconcern for the feelings of others. The person disregards social rules and obligations, is irritable and aggressive, acts impulsively, lacks guilt, and fails to learn from experience. In many cases he has no difficulty finding relationships, and can even appear superficially charming (the so-called ‘charming psychopath’). However, his relationships are usually fiery, turbulent, and short-lived. People with antisocial personality disorder often have a criminal record or even a history of being in and out of prison.

-Borderline personality disorder

In borderline personality disorder, the person essentially lacks a sense of self, and as a result experiences feelings of emptiness and fears of abandonment. There is a pattern of intense but unstable relationships, emotional instability, outbursts of anger and violence (especially in response to criticism), and impulsive behaviour. Suicidal threats and acts of self-harm are common, for which reason people with borderline personality disorder frequently come into contact with healthcare services. Borderline personality disorder was so-called because it was thought to lie on the ‘borderline’ between neurotic (anxiety) disorders and psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia and bipolar affective disorder. It has been suggested that borderline personality disorder often results from childhood sexual abuse, and that the reason why it is more common in women is because women are more likely to be victims of childhood sexual abuse. However, feminists have argued that borderline personality disorder merely appears to be more common in women, since women presenting with angry and promiscuous behaviour tend to be diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, whereas men presenting with identical behaviour tend to be diagnosed with antisocial personality disorder.

-Histrionic personality disorder

People with histrionic personality disorder lack a sense of self-worth, for which reason they depend on the attention and approval of others. They often seem to be dramatizing or ‘playing a part’ (‘histrionic’ derives from the Latin ‘histrionicus’, ‘pertaining to the actor’) in a bid to attract and manipulate attention. They may take great care of their physical appearance and behave in a manner that is overly charming or inappropriately seductive. As they crave excitement and act on impulse or suggestion, they may put themselves at great risk of having an accident or being exploited. Their dealings with other people often seem insincere or superficial, which can impact on their social and romantic relationships. This is especially distressing for them, because they are especially sensitive to criticism and rejection and react badly to loss or failure.

-Narcissistic personality disorder

Narcissistic personality disorder takes its name from the myth of Narcissus, a beautiful youth who fell in love with his own reflection. In narcissistic personality disorder the person has a grandiose sense of self-importance, a sense of entitlement, and a need to be admired. He or she is envious of others and expects them to be the same of him or her. He or she lacks empathy and readily exploits others to achieve his or her goals. To others he or she may seem self-absorbed, controlling, intolerant, selfish, and insensitive. If he or she feels slighted or ridiculed, he or she may be provoked into a fit of destructive anger and revenge-seeking. Such ‘narcissistic rage’ can have disastrous consequences for all those involved.

-Dependent personality disorder

Dependent personality disorder is characterized by a lack of self-confidence and an excessive need to be taken care of. The person needs a lot of help to make everyday decisions and needs important life decisions to be taken for him or her. He or she greatly fears abandonment and may go to considerable lengths to secure and maintain relationships. A person with dependent personality disorder sees him- or her-self as inadequate and helpless, and so abdicates personal responsibility and puts his or her fate in the hands of one or more protective others; he or she imagines being at one with these protective others whom he or she idealises as being competent and powerful, and towards whom he or she behaves in a manner that is ingratiating and self-effacing. People with dependent personality disorder often assort with people with a cluster B personality disorder, who feed from the unconditional high regard in which they are held.

-Obsessive-compulsive (anankastic) personality disorder

Obsessive-compulsive or anankastic personality disorder (not to be confused with obsessive-compulsive disorder or OCD) is characterized by excessive preoccupation with details, rules, lists, order, organisation, or schedules; perfectionism so extreme that it prevents a task from being completed; and devotion to work and productivity at the expense of leisure and relationships. A person with anankastic personality disorder is typically doubting and cautious, rigid and controlling, humorless, and miserly. His or her underlying high level of anxiety arises from a perceived lack of control over a universe that escapes his or her understanding. As a natural consequence, he or she has little tolerance for grey areas and tends to simplify the universe by seeing actions and beliefs as either absolutely right or absolutely wrong. His or her relationships with friends, colleagues, and family tend to be strained by the unreasonable and inflexible demands that he or she makes upon them.

-Immature Personality Disorder (infantilism)

Emotionally somewhat unstable, they suffer frequent up and downs in mood, set off by insignificant events. They have an emotional fragility that makes them move easily from laughter to tears. They tend to idealize sooner than most people; they might be overly influenced by outside opinions, or by those of someone who at a given moment they adopt as a role model – what we commonly call lack of character. These characteristics result in an utter lack of independence, which makes it difficult for these people to develop sufficiently. They are, therefore, like children, but with the age of adults.

-Dissociative Personality Disorder (Split/ Multiple Personality)

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) is a severe condition in which two or more distinct identities, or personality states, are present in—and alternately take control of—an individual. The person also experiences memory loss that is too extensive to be explained by ordinary forgetfulness.

DID is a disorder characterized by identity fragmentation rather than a proliferation of separate personalities. The disturbance is not due to the direct psychological effects of a substance or of a general medical condition, yet as this once rarely reported disorder has become more common, the diagnosis has become controversial.

-Substance Abuse Disorder

Alcohol, Prescription drugs, Illegal drugs.

Sources: Psychology Today and Yahoo Voices/ Carlos Cabezas López


25 thoughts on “Perp-sonality Disorders

  1. Yes I know. My work has a gangstalking ring that goes all the way to the top of the business. When I made a grievance I was pretty much told I had a mental illness and the gangstalking carried on as before.

  2. Brilliant! I’ll add your list to my more mundane list of stupid, gullible, naive, insanely trusting of authority, fantasists, suggestible, malleable, ignorant, brainwashed, innocent, and of course the star of the collection for the controllers – psychopaths. Targets also need to be psychiatrists. Is this on your list of the special skills that Targeted Individuals need?
    Thanks for that enjoyed it.

      • Yes false diagnosis of mental illness is a filthy tactic, straight out of Stalin. I suppose that is why there are no places for the genuinely mentally Ill now – they are saving the resources for political prisoners. How on earth did we get to this? I agree with your approach. There is mental illness behind these attacks on TI’s, you can see a pattern for psychopathy, obsessive compulsive control freaks – whatever the medical term for that is, a deeply distorted sense of reality, and a paranoid hatred and insecurity in the face of normality, which I believe is a psychopathic indicator again. Whoever is in charge is insane, and they drive their gang stalkers insane too. I am starting to understand what Hitler’s Germany must have been like , or Stalins Russia. They seem to want to bring about a society of brainwashed clones – no individuality, creativity, intelligence. This suggests a vulnerability – but how do you destabilise psychopaths?

  3. I got onto the page and I saw that the grievance procedures don’t work. I have to agree with that because the grievance procedures at my place of work didn’t work and when I phoned ACAS they suggested that I quit my job: what a waste of time!

  4. Sorry the link didn’t work. I checked it at the time and it did. Just checked it and it didn’t. You get frustration at every turn. But as Stoporg said in another blog, among the skills you need, you need to become your own lawyer too. Whatever you do don’t mention gang stalking. As soon as you do all doors slam in your face and they suggest you see a psychiatrist. You need to discomfit them not make things easy for them. Tim Field is about the best advice on workplace bullying there is. If you research bullying sites you might find something that fits your particular situation. Another good book is “Whistleblowers Survival Guide” Tom Devine & Tarek Massarani.
    That’s all I can think of at the moment. Put yourself first – they are in the wrong – you don’t deserve this and Good Luck.

  5. Interested if you have contacted any government agencies for advice on how to deal with electro harassment. I want to look into it but I am reluctant to make any moves until I get a better grasp of things regarding this phenomenom.

    • I went to the FBI in San Diego in July of 2012 but I got stonewalled by some phoney Special Agent. I have emailed everyone I can think of and I am about to contact the DOJ.

      • Emails are not good because they will be intercepted. It didn’t take me long to figure that out. Letters are not really that good beause they can get intercepted too. The best way to deal with these agencies is to walk into the office and deal with them face to face, although it can be hard at times. It is even difficult to phone people becuase the phones can be re-routed. You cannot really even trust websites because most of the websites on the net are fake. It really is difficult to try to get through to genuine people because the gangstalkers are there to stonewall you and discredit you along every step of your path.

  6. Looks like another thing to add to the special expertise that TIs need that Stoporg made – electronics expert. I’m a technology dunce but I believe an understanding of electronics and stuff is actually simple – it relies on very simple principles. It is common sense you can’t use this stuff without there being a way to mask/block -otherwise the users and everyone in the Targets vicinity would be affected.
    Regarding controlling communications – that is a major gang stalking foundation – their lies wouldn’t work otherwise. They must really hate the internet.

    • The gangstalkers are still able to control information via the internet. They determine what goes on the news feed of our social networking sites and they determine which emails we receive. The internet was in fact designed to give people a “group mind” like The Borg in the Star Trek films. The only problem is that although the internet was actually put in place to enslave humanity, some people are trying to use this tool of enslavement to free humanity.

  7. Yes, the internet is flooded with garbage. But if the net had not been there, I for one, would never have found out about gang stalking. Their methods can be countered to an extent. What they want to talk about isn’t worth talking about. What they don’t want talked about, raise at every opportunity. It is like there is no such thing as bad publicity. The more they talk the more you can use their platform for saying what they don’t want – and they have provided effectively infinite platforms.

    • I did not find out about gangstalking via the internet, although from watching YouTube videos most people have learned about it doing searches on things that were happening to them. I found out about gangstalking from my sister, of all people. Gangstalkers are so sick that they want you to know you are being stalked, as that is part of the fun of it. I was really slow to catch on and I certainly got enough hints, so finally somebody had to just go out and tell me I was being gangstalked. After I thought about it I realised that just about every relationship and friendship I ever had was based upon gangstalking. I would also like the group to know there is a revenge website my sister goes on to get ideas on how to harass people. I am sure there are a lot of sites out there to harass people but I have never been on them. I think you can also go off the main internet and go into deep net to find out all these disgusting things that you would not find on the main internet. I saw a You Tube video on going into the deep net but I have never been on that either.

      • Interesting. I have never been on to deep net as I am a computer dummy, but I avoid anything dodgy. Revenge sites – never thought of that. Might take a look to see what dirty tricks were used. Yes, I thought I was intelligent, then I found out I had been gang stalked for at least 35 years without knowing about it. I found out when I was subject to bizarre behaviour from a relative. (Who also swindled me out of £30k) When I enquired on Wiki they told me it was gaslighting, something else I had never heard of. When I researched gaslighting I found gang stalking and everything fell into place. Just a year ago.

      • Well I hope you are going to go on the revenge site for research purposes ; ). I am not going on any revenge site and I am not going on the deep net because I have enought on my plate already.

      • Okay please let me know what you find. My sister goes on the revenge site but she is no longer communicating with me, as she has taken all that she can from me and I have nothing else.

  8. Other than the hereditary psychopathic personalities some of the round table elites have….most were abused as kids…alcoholism…beating….if youve never known truth than youve never known love…where the love perps…i dont know…wheres the truth perps i dont know…the big cia the blood and crips and the kkk but if you only have love for your own race than you only leave space to disriminate.

  9. You hit the nail on the head those fucking perps always trying to h̶e̶l̶p̶ get us locked up for being crazy and put on anti psychotic medication that stops delusions like being followed and hearing voices (which we know is V2K). They are the ones with the issues us TIs are completely sane living in an insaine world!

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