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Those Who Can, Do. Those Who Can't, Bully.
04 Mar 2006
Get to know more about the monster behind the FLIPSIDE mask.
The serial bully displays behaviour congruent with many of the diagnostic criteria for Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Characterised by a pervasive pattern of grandiosity and self-importance, need for admiration, and lack of empathy, people with narcissistic personality disorder overestimate their abilities and inflate their accomplishments, often appearing boastful and pretentious, whilst correspondingly underestimating and devaluing the achievements and accomplishments of others.

Often the narcissist will fraudulently claim to have qualifications or experience or affiliations or associations which they don't have or aren't entitled to. Belief in superiority, inflating their self-esteem to match that of senior or important people with whom they associate or identify, insisting on having the "top" professionals or being affiliated with the "best" institutions, but criticising the same people who disappoint them are also common features of narcissistic personality disorder.

Narcissists react angrily to criticism and when rejected, the narcissist will often denounce the profession which has rejected them (usually for lack of competence or misdeed) but simultaneously and paradoxically represent themselves as belonging to the profession they are vilifying.

Fragile self-esteem, a need for constant attention and admiration, fishing for compliments (often with great charm), an expectation of superior entitlement, expecting others to defer to them, and a lack of sensitivity especially when others do not react in the expected manner, are also hallmarks of the disorder. Greed, expecting to receive before and above the needs of others, overworking those around them, and forming romantic (sic) or sexual relationships for the purpose of advancing their purpose or career, abusing special privileges and squandering extra resources also feature.

People with narcissistic personality disorder also have difficulty recognizing the needs and feelings of others, and are dismissive, contemptuous and impatient when others share or discuss their concerns or problems. They are also oblivious to the hurtfulness of their behaviour or remarks, show an emotional coldness and a lack of reciprocal interest, exhibit envy (especially when others are accorded recognition), have an arrogant, disdainful and patronizing attitude, and are quick to blame and criticise others when their needs and expectations are not met.

The DSM-IV Diagnostic Criteria for Narcissistic Personality Disorder are:

A. A pervasive pattern of grandiosity, need for admiration, lack of empathy, as indicated by at least five of:

1. a grandiose sense of self-importance
2. is preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love
3. believes that he or she is "special" and can only be understood by, or should associate with, other special or high-status people (or institutions)
4. requires excessive admiration
5. has a sense of entitlement, ie unreasonable expectations of especially favourable treatment or automatic compliance with his or her expectations
6. is interpersonally exploitative, ie takes advantage of others to achieve his or her own ends
7. lacks empathy and is unwilling to recognize or identify with the feelings and needs of others
8. is often envious of others or believes that others are envious of him or her
9. shows arrogant, haughty behaviours or attitudes
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Pseudo Psych
05 Mar 2006
Doc is an ELF supporter.

ELF posts sympathy letters for any bombing that is against their enemies. They take great care not to implicate themselves in the process. IMC members half read these articles and then hide them out of a vested interest in protecting their friends.

Trolls who work for IMC then attack people who expose their activity. This particular troll took all day to look up something freudian in the JAMA to pose as a personality expert after hours of trying to shadow every post on IMC and after posing as me. This is because he 1) wants to be king troll on IMC and 2) agrees with most of the leftie crap that is posted here.

Chester Das, on the other hand accused me of posting unsupported statements that ELF lobbed bombs. My original article never implied or stated that they did. The article simply dstates that one Earth Lib (ELF supporter) did send the bombing story to Anarchist Black Cross and Chantal from Lawrence ABC is one of the recipients. Chip, and IMC regular troll then burst into Flames.

The story is well syndicated across the IMC national and is being read.
Re: Those Who Can, Do. Those Who Can't, Bully.
05 Mar 2006
The ABC letter about the McDonalds Bomber is but one in a series of letters they circulated in support of bombers or arsonists who attacked targets of the eco-terrorist community. They also support communists in high schools, and have reposted support letters for Jay Bemmish, Italian Communists, and Shac 7.

Lawrence ABC member Chantal cajungal (at) who is claimed by Chip to be ABC"N" is really in a newsgroup serviced by both ABCN and ABCF. The attempt to portray ABCN and ABCF as separate entities is a ruse.
Re: Those Who Can, Do. Those Who Can't, Bully.
05 Mar 2006
For readers who don't know what FLIPSIDE is talking about: apparently his comments above refer to an article that was hidden recently and can be found on the BIMC hidden page,


For Flipside:
Vague assertions that something was posted somewhere on the internet, with no link, is not news. If you want people to believe something occured, it will help your cause if you explain exactly where you got the information, as far as possible. If you then want people to believe that certain people supported the event that occured, you should disclose exactly why you think that. For instance, provide a a quote from, and a link to, a website.
Otherwise, it just seems as if you are attacking organizations and people out of personal distaste for them. There is no way to tell if it is misinformation or not.
FLIPSIDE has no friends.
05 Mar 2006
Just people who snicker behind his back.