Christie Staffers Reveal The Sociopathy Of The Political Elite
January 10, 2014 by Bob Livingston
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a darling of the Republican establishment, is in full damage control mode over a scandal that threatens to derail his Presidential aspirations before the campaign even begins.
Emails and texts from Christieâ€™s top staffers revealed they had ordered the closure of two lanes of traffic on the George Washington Bridge as a means of punishing a local mayor. The lane closures disrupted traffic and turned the borough of Fort Lee, N.J., into a veritable parking lot for four days. In some of the emails, staffers even mocked the drivers and schoolchildren stuck on school buses for hours in the traffic.
Christie moved quickly by firing two top staffers involved; and in a long news conference yesterday, he distanced himself from the scandal. He claimed repeatedly he had been lied to by staff, but he had previously denied anyone on his staff was involved at all. The four-day traffic jam had originally been blamed on a traffic study.
Whether Christie knew about his staffersâ€™ involvement or not, this is yet another example of the type of people who are attracted to the political system. While they claim to hold to heart the best interests of â€śthe people,â€ť most politicians and bureaucrats will stop at nothing to achieve their aims.
Just like the Barack Obama Administration made the sequester cuts painful to Americans by closing White House tours and made the government shutdown Obama caused painful to Americans by closing monuments and through other purely symbolic gestures, Christie staffers (at least) caused all manner of inconvenience to the constituents they claimed to care about — and apparently did so gleefully.
As I have told you before, all governments by nature attract greedy and parasitic people. In short, these are people who have the born mentality to live off of other people.
Politics and government are perfectly made for them. While there are a few exceptions, the rule is that these (shall I call them humanoids?) have unusual qualities and attributes of personality that present them as benevolent, caring and concerned people with absolutely no hint that they wear masks that hide them as charlatans and greedy monsters. Greed and aggrandizement are their silent forte.
We will call these people humanoids because they are deviants and devious. They have no conscience and no moral scruples. They are no respecter of persons except a feigned glow to extract something.
Their every thought is how to make the world flow to themselves. They would steal from their own parents or their mate without a second thought. â€śSelfishâ€ť is a kind word we can use to describe them. What shall we call those people besides humanoids? By definition, they are psychopaths. A more gentle term is sociopaths.
Sociopathic politicians and bureaucrats are usually intelligent and articulate. They know how to articulate and to harness the power of speech. They quickly learn control words as expressed here, and they repeat the themes of the elite and the party line. They are cold and calculating, and their every intent is to stay in office and stay in government.
Political sociopaths collectively cannot imagine themselves suffering the same punishment, misery and impoverishment that they have vented upon the American people. They have no conscience, and they cannot discern that they are destroyers of law and order and that indeed they are destroying the system.
So you will know how to spot the sociopath, here is the profile:
- He has glibness and superficial charm.
- He is manipulative and cunning. Under his feigned charm, he is covertly hostile and domineering.
- He has a grandiose sense of self.
- He is a pathological liar.
- He has no remorse, shame or guilt.
- He has shallow emotions.
- He has incapacity for love.
- He is not concerned about how many lives he wrecks.
- He usually has promiscuous sexual behavior.
- He has a poor work ethic but is a master of exploiting others.
- He has versatility and will change his image quickly to avoid prosecution.
- He is contemptuous of anyone who understands and exposes him, like this writer.
- He thinks only of his own immediate gratification.
Politicians in America are employees of the state. Therefore, you must watch their actions rather than listen to their words. This must be understood! Until this is understood, we have no hope.