Radical Predatory Stalking: The Psychology of the Stalker
"I feel as if she wants me on her back"
"She's a whore and I've got to do something"
"God has appointed me to treat her to some of her own stuff"
"I dress the role; so does she"
"I'm the only one who can punish her"
"I am the lone arm of justice; s/he the corrupt sinner"
As I'm writing, I hear Joe Scarborough arguing:
'What choice does he have? Isn't it good for him that
the establishment is moving against him in a change year?
Why aren't we talking about Billy Bush?'
The argument that Herr Drumpf is only doing what he has to to stop Crooked Hillary resonates with the thinking of some stalkers, in general. Still, let's consider ... who else has Entitled-Little-Rich-Kid-Donnie come after in ways that looks strikingly like stalking, though the media has held back on using those words ... Radical Predatory Stalking.
Curious, isn't it, that one of the most prevalent talking points in the Post-BenGhazi era has to do with "calling Radical Islamic Terrorism what it is?" But consider:
The repeated use of the invading hordes of Mexicans ... the stalking of Mexicans.
The repeated use of the image of invading Muslims ... the stalking of Muslims.
Years of claiming the President is not legally elected President ... Harassment
The repeated use of the term: Little Marco ... stalking.
The barrage against Lyin' Ted ... stalking.
The Trashing of the Khans ... stalking.
The maligning and rumor mongering against Miss Universe Machado ... stalking.
The disqualifying comments against an American judge,
an American POW, an American Speaker of the House,
and anyone else who works against him ... stalking.
And since the end of the Primaries, the attacks on Crooked Hilary,
including his menacing pacing of Sen. Clinton on stage three days ago.
So, what are the necessary (even if not sufficient) personality characteristics of the stalker? A few days ago, I suggested that there are three central relational styles that surround most Personality Disorders.
Pathological Narcissism or the inability to accept others' healthy self-respect (narcissism), betimes even one's own, i.e., the graduated inability to accept the Other as Subject in their Own Right ... as someone with their own cherished relationships, theories, and even connection to their gods;
Borderline Personality Behaviors or the propensity of Black and White ... Split Image ... thinking which renders Others either Good or Bad but sees no gradations in these judgements; and the
Lack of Regulatory Functions that Act to Control the Acting Out of Impulses.
So, the question arises: What are constituent parts of the personality of the stalker? Are they consistent with Little Donnie's attacks? Consider: In order to stalk another, one must:
Objectify the Other, i.e., strip them of their
subjective role as a Person in Their Own Right;
Feel attraction towards the Other but an attraction
that is based on the notion that the Other is deserving
of punitive retaliation for something untoward that
s/he has done, while the stalker remains unable
to see any sin in the stalker him or herself; and
The inability to control these impulses.
So, there we have it. Someone, following the second debate, posted the following photo-shopped picture of the Pacing Drumph menacing Sen. Clinton.
The Primary Republican Voters have nominated someone who from the beginning of his campaign has exhibited behaviors that appear consistent with those of the Stalker. Enough said about a behavior that would, perhaps, move even a Red-Blooded American Judge to issue a PFA and, after repeated failures to observe same, to throw this tragic figure's ass into the hoosegow.
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