The hallmark of a modern, civilized human is being docile, obedient, and passive.
If you don’t follow the rules, the ones with the power to make up lies about your mental health will label you a psychopath.
People with psychopathic and narcissistic personality traits are more likely to ignore coronavirus restrictions and to hoard food and toilet paper, research shows.
Two studies found people with the traits often flouted mask-wearing, hand-washing, social distancing and stay-at-home measures at the height of the pandemic.
The researchers believe this is because they either don’t believe the measures work or they don’t care about what effects ignoring them might have on others.
The studies, which surveyed 1,000 people in Poland, also found psychopathic and narcissistic people were far more likely to hoard essentials during lockdown.
This was because they are typically more greedy and competitive than others and have an inflated sense of entitlement, the researchers say.
Those with narcissistic personalities tend to be greedy and self-centred, and their lack of empathy means they are more likely to exploit other people.
People with psychopathic tendencies, on the other hand, may be more cruel, deceitful and manipulative while coming across superficially charming.
Hoarding food and essentials when the media and government act as if the Zombie Apocalypse were upon us is not called being greedy, self-centered, or psychopathic — it’s called having a sharp survival instinct.
Trusting the government to fix this situation would be a suicidal attitude, and this “research” is an attack on the people who are not complying with the insane New Normal agenda of the overlords.
Forcing people to wear masks and live in isolation is about control. It is about training people to be obedient slaves.