Mass Media Fits Description Of Delusional Narcissists


aliens1Many of us feel that the mass media in the present day manifestation is not unlike a psychopathic narcissist that sees all of us as extensions of its enraged vision, with which me must comply, or be destroyed. When you encounter this is a person, you can leave.

How do we protect ourselves from the destruction this malignant “being” intends for us all? I say: Expression and more expression, is the only answer. Keep expressing what YOU think. What YOU think is found in your own thought and voices, and every time I encounter them here, I know we are succeeding, just in being our own collection of sea-glass on a beach.

[As for so called trolls– I make exceptions to comments that feel malignant and abusive. Those don’t count as freedom to express.]




Are narcissists delusional and mentally unstable?

Lisa Rochwarg
Answered May 20
“I would say that a person whose rage is barely under control, whose original personality has been obliterated, who regards the slightest autonomy in others as a dire threat to his control, who treats his intimates like dogs, who literally gets high off another’s pain, who becomes depressed and down by the happiness of another, who makes a point of betrayal, who entraps and isolates, who falsely accuses, who plays for a sympathy that he knows really belongs to another, who wants leadership but cannot responsibly handle it, and who manipulates every one around him to gang up on his victim is indeed unstable and much, much more.

As for delusional—narcissists only thrive when surrounded by an entourage of flying monkeys, sycophants, dupes and suck-up wannabes. They’re the buffer between him and reality—the narcissist’s bubble—to keep reality at bay and the flimsy ego intact.

Narcissists are utterly impossible, and sometimes, they’re much worse. Ira Einhorn is one famous example of “much worse.”

2 thoughts on “Mass Media Fits Description Of Delusional Narcissists”

  1. Narcissists have a victim mentality. These people have two core beliefs that are both wrong: (1) they are always right, and (2) their cruelty toward others is justified because of their “victimhood.”

  2. I did not know the story of Ira Einhorn. Thanks for that. I am sure the ‘alarm bells’ of people around this sociopath went off in his presence, but enough people did not listen to those alarms. The New Yorker did an article a few years ago on the number of sociopaths in the USA and the number is in the millions. These sociopaths are not mostly killers in the vein of Einhorn. Most of them are in the business, legal and political professions.

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