Is Theresa May A Psychopath?
Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc FRSA
Britainís Prime Minister seems to have no sense of shame, no sense of embarrassment, no understanding of the word dignity and no respect for democracy or freedom. She appears to be unprincipled and so arrogant that she considers her views on Europe to be more relevant than those of the people of the country she is hired to protect and preserve. We all know she is a serial liar and deceiver.
Is Mrs May an evil woman who despises the people and regards her own Remainer views more important than those of the voters?
Or is she as incompetent and stupid as she sometimes seems to be?
Is she setting herself up for a well-paid job when her country is finished and the EU wishes to thank her?
Or could she be mentally ill?
Could she, for example, be a psychopath?
A remarkable number of politicians around the world exhibit very real signs of being psychopaths.
Psychopaths exhibit a number of recognisable traits.
Here is the list of traits which doctors may look for when trying to assess whether or not an individual is a psychopath. Obviously, not all psychopaths exhibit all these traits. But if an individual has a good many of the traits on this list then he or she may be a psychopath.
1: Psychopaths are extremely selfish and egocentric
2: Psychopaths lie constantly
3: Psychopaths are manipulative
4: Psychopaths are grandiose
5: Psychopaths have a sense of entitlement
6: Psychopaths are callous and indifferent to suffering
7: Psychopaths lack personal insight and never learn from experience
8: Psychopaths are bullying and abusive
9: Psychopaths are good at tricking people
10: Psychopaths can be superficially charming and likeable
11: Psychopaths invariably seem strong and confident
12: Psychopaths may appear sincere
13: Psychopaths commonly become frustrated and angry
14: Psychopaths are never irrational
15: Psychopaths have poor imaginations
16: Psychopaths donít worry
17: Psychopaths are often hostile, aggressive and violent
18: Psychopaths are unable to experience love or true compassion
19: Psychopaths are uninterested in anyone elseís tragedy or joy
20: Psychopaths will never take responsibility
21: Psychopaths never show remorse or guilt
22: Psychopaths are exceptionally likely to become alcoholics or drug addicts
23: Psychopaths are indifferent to literature and art
24: Psychopaths have little or no genuine sense of humour
25: Psychopaths are chameleons
26: Psychopaths behave in a way that leaves normal people feeling helpless and betrayed
27: Psychopaths tend to make too much effort to appear interested in other people
28: Psychopaths sometimes appear to have dead eyes
29: Psychopaths are good at appearing to be victims
30: Psychopaths often make promises they know they canít keep
31: Psychopaths are good at self-promotion
32: Psychopaths learn to fake their emotions
33: Psychopaths are often extremely ambitious
34: Psychopaths neglect their families
35: Psychopaths are constantly searching for excitement
36: Psychopaths never apologise
37: Psychopaths are quick thinking
38: Psychopaths are sometimes very intelligent
39: Psychopaths may become extremely successful
So, what do you think?
Is our wretched Prime Minister a psychopath?
You now have all the facts. You decide.
I know what Iíve decided.
Copyright Vernon Coleman 2019
NB 1: Vernon Colemanís book Are You Living with a Psychopath? is available as an eBook on Amazon.
NB 2: Virtually all politicians lie a tremendous amount. They lie constantly about vaccination. (They say it is safe and effective when the facts show the opposite.) They lie constantly about climate change. (Probably as much as they lied about AIDS). And many of them lie constantly about the European Union. Much of the lying is born of ignorance. But some of it is born of arrogance, personal ambition and old-fashioned greed.