Conversation with Thomas Sheridan
My guest last night was Thomas Sheridan, and we had a long conversation about psychopathy, collectivism, the human soul/spirit and the real music of yesteryear.
Though we may have differed in some areas, I feel the most productive part of the show was the discussion as to music, and what it could be [again] sans the massive collectivist influence. That’s the show below:
Despite the wishes of our Borg masters, or that of the Zombie Collective, “Punk’s not dead, I know it’s not!” :razz: Speaking of those among us who worship death, since Thomas has devoted much research to psychopathy, we addressed the topic of those among us who suffer from that mindset [many of us are their daily victims].
One point where we concurred was that “psychopaths” are definitely not the cartoonish [mythical] “serial killers” to which the media has misdirected our attention to. Despite popular misconceptions, psychopaths walk freely among us, and are far more prone to inspire our adoration, rather than our disgust.
Speaking of the demented boy adoring psychopath above [no, the other one, not Bebe], Joanne at The Loosh has written up an excellent piece on that sordid affair. Hm: 33 Boys “done in” by a sodomite named Gay (See)? Surely, just Coincidence!
I’d argue the primary reason for us not trusting our senses is that damn hypnotizing box of brainwashing/assimilation called the television. The new series Dexter, where the protagonist is a “loveable, but demented” serial murderer is not an aberration, but another natural step in the process based on all the groundwork [NLP] they’ve laid. The below pile of crap was dumped on us over 10 years ago.
It’s star, was a good-looking, well-dressed, upwardly-mobile miscreant who loathed women, was obsessed with the male physique, and enjoyed/praised the lyrics of the pop culture crap music of his day (e.g., Whitney Houston and Huey Lewis). A guy like that could do quite well in today’s world; he meets all of the primary criteria.
“He has no emotions for anybody else, don’t you understand he’s in love with himself.” The loss of empathy is, I would argue, key, to moving us away from humanity, and to mass psychopathy. Whether it’s the Israeli soldiers slaughtering kids, or butchers slaughtering animals, the commonality is the lack of empathy.
Looking at the above video [referenced during the show, thanks to pav and effel for bringing to my attention], the shoppers, once they put a face to the murder they consume, do exhibit signs of empathy. More clear however, is that beyond all [I”d guess unwittingly on producer’s part], they define the term “cognitive dissonance.”
Perhaps one day, I’ll still do the once-anticipated, and long-neglected show on the myth of serial killers. Rest assured, you are far more likely to find psychopaths in board rooms rather than back alleys [er, referring to dark city blocks, not the back alleys of boys, of which they are enamored by and likely to be found frequenting].
Tonight was also the world premiere of Pillhead Poetry with Asian Bob. There will likely be be a few more appearances from the latest Bob. My next show will be on January 22nd; solo, with perhaps a bit of fire and ire also making an appearance.
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~ by celticrebel on January 10, 2012.
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Tags: children, collectivism, consciousness, corruption, creativity, empathy, humanity, individuality, michael jackson, murder, music, pharmaceuticals, pop culture, psychological warfare, psychology, psychopathy, punk rock, sex pistols, social engineering, WWII