Came across a very good article which led to other links which I would like to share in hope that it deepens the understanding of these very dangerous individuals.

What Makes A Socialized Psychopath So Dangerous?    Here



“Because of the nature of mind control, the victims are unable to make the decision to discontinue the relationship with a sociopath, even when they feel they are just being used.”
Do You Think You May Be In A Relationship With A Sociopath?    Here

Please explore the sight above.  However, below are also some links that are just as important;

“STOUT: Well, the perfect victim, from the sociopath’s point of view, is the person who is smart enough and capable enough to do him some good in the world and who is also fun to manipulate. How much fun is it to manipulate someone who is stupid and incompetent? Another good person to manipulate is someone of high character, because that is also fun for the sociopath. On the other hand, the sociopath doesn’t want this person to be so savvy that he or she will immediately see him for who he is. He wants the person to be easily enough fooled to stick with him. This can be accomplished by looking for someone who is very, very loyal. Most of us consider loyalty to be a very positive trait—and it is a positive trait. But it also blinds people to some of the traits of the person they’re loyal to.   The Sociopath Next Door (Article);     Here

“The number one trait of a sociopath/psychopath is the ability to make you feel sorry for them.”    Here

“They will go great lengths to make you feel sorry for them, and to make you care about them; in order to manipulate you even more.”
Warning signs     Here

Dangerous Mind Games: How Psychopaths Manipulate and Deceive     Here

Eight Ways to Spot Emotional Manipulation    Here

 * * * *      New information added concerning mind control  (Nov. 17, 2012)

The Mind Control Manual: Important Concepts About Mind Control, Cults And Psychopaths   Here

Mind Control Manual – Important concepts about mind control, cults and psychopaths   Here

“Over the last six months we have received many letters from desperate family members asking, “How can I get my ____ away from the psychopathic con artist?” What family members are really asking for is advice on how to overcome the brain washing of a loved one.”  How to Escape from Mind Control  Here

Recent research concerning psychopathy can be found   Here     (The site is in Swedish but all research is in English)

The more you know, the better you can protect yourself and for those personally affected, heal.


Would, with this post, draw attention to Donna Andersen’s very informative videos in regard to sociopaths/psychopaths.  Donna Andersen is the author of lovefraud.com Here

The more you know, the better you can protect yourself!

Lovefraud Lesson #1 – Introduction by Donna Andersen   Here

Lovefraud Lesson 2 – What is a sociopath?   Here

Lovefraud Lesson #3 – Charisma and charm   Here

Lovefraud Lesson #4 – Sensationalism and sociopaths   Here

Lovefraud Lesson #5: When sociopaths pretend to be your sudden soul mate   Here

Lovefraud Lesson #6: Sociopaths and sex   Here

Lovefraud Lesson #7: Sociopaths trap us into making promises   Here

Updated Aug. 28, 2012;

Lesson #8: Sociopaths and love bombing   Here

All of the above videos can also be fouund on Lovefraud Click   HERE

Below some research that confirm what everyone who has been targeted already know.

“Correlational analyses demonstrated that psychopathy was most strongly related to bullying”
Relationships between bullying behaviours and the Dark Triad: A study with adults. (Dec. 2011)   Here

Bullying at school as a predictor of delinquency, violence and other anti-social behaviour in adulthood. (March 2011)   Here

More research from 2011;

The effects of reward and punishment on response inhibition in non-clinical psychopathy (Jan. 2011)   Here

A possible mechanism of sadism (Jan. 2011)   Here

The other allele: Exploring the long allele of the serotonin transporter gene as a potential risk factor for psychopathy: A review of the parallels in findings (Jan. 2011)   Here

Genetic Influences on Being Processed Through the Criminal Justice System: Results from a Sample of Adoptees (Feb. 2011)   Here

Narcissism and academic dishonesty: The exhibitionism dimension and the lack of guilt. (Feb. 2011)   Here
Also of interest in connection to above study;
Identifying and profiling scholastic cheaters: Their personality, cognitive ability, and motivation.   Here
Personality Predicts Cheating More Than Academic Struggles, Study Shows (2010)   Here
Narcissists can now be given the ultimate title they deserve – a Psychopath   Here

Psychopathy, PCL-R, and MAOA genotype as predictors of violent reconvictions. (Feb. 2011)   Here

Specifying the attentional selection that moderates the fearlessness of psychopathic offenders. (Feb 2011)   Here
Also of interest; Attention Moderates the Fearlessness of Psychopathic Offenders.  (2010)   Here

“These findings provide clear evidence that deficits in defensive reactivity are linked specifically to the affective-interpersonal features of psychopathy and not to the antisocial deviance features represented most strongly in APD.”
Clarifying the Role of Defensive Reactivity Deficits in Psychopathy and Antisocial Personality Using Startle Reflex Methodology. (Feb. 2011)   Here

Individual differences in cognitive-flexibility: The influence of spontaneous eyeblink rate, trait psychoticism and working memory on attentional set-shifting. (March 2011)   Here
Related;   The psychoticism–psychopathy continuum: A neuropsychological model of core deficits. 2010 (pdf)   Here

Dual Temperamental Risk Factors for Psychopathic Personality: Evidence From Self-Report and Skin Conductance. (March 2011)   Here

Psychopathy and impulsivity reconsidered (March-April 2011)   Here

As victims of psychopaths often are stalked, harassed, terrorized and even killed;
The development and validation of the guidelines for stalking assessment and management (March-April 2011)   Here

A newtrait on the market: Honesty–Humility as auniquepredictor of jobperformanceratings (April 2011)   Here   Related article; Higher Job Performance Linked to People Who Are More Honest and Humble  Here

Narcissism and stock market investing: Correlates and consequences of cocksure investing (April 2011)   Here

The psychopath’s dilemma: The effects of psychopathic personality traits in one-shot games  (April 2011)    Here

Increased testosterone-cortisol ratio in psychopathy. (May 2011)   Here

Lack of empathy in patients with narcissistic personality disorder. (May 2011)   Here

Differences between psychopathy and other personality disorders: evidence from neuroimaging  (May 2011)   Here

Cold-blooded lie catchers? An investigation of psychopathy, emotional processing, and deception detection. (Early view May 2011)   Here

An inter-hemispheric imbalance in the psychopath’s brain. (July 2011)   Here

Would I lie to you? “leakage” in deceptive facial expressions relates to psychopathy and emotional intelligence (July 2010)   Here

Emotion and Morality in Psychopathy and Paraphilias. (July 2011)   Here
Also of interest;
Paraphilias with co-morbid psychopathy: the clinical and legal significance to sex offender assessments (2010)  Here

White matter microstructural abnormalities in the frontal lobe of adults with antisocial personality disorder. (July 2011)   Here
Also of interest neurologicalcorrelates post;
Psychopath white matter: Abnormal mostly on the right hand side (July 25, 2011)  Here

Moral Judgment and Psychopathy. (July 2011)   Here

Predatory Violence Aiming at Relief in a Case of Mass Murder: Meloy’s Criteria for Applied Forensic Practice. (July/August 2011)   Here
Bullies may enjoy seeing others in pain: Brain scans show disruption in natural empathetic response. (2008)   Here

Psychopathic Traits From the Perspective of Self and Informant Reports: Is There Evidence for a Lack of Insight? (Aug. 2011)   Here

Personality and economics: Overview and proposed framework. (Aug. 2011)   Here
Special Issue on Personality and Economics. (Pdf).   Here

Cortex and amygdala morphology in psychopathy (Aug. 2011)   Here
Morphological alterations in the prefrontal cortex and the amygdala in unsuccessful psychopaths. (2010)   Here
Localization of Deformations Within the Amygdala in Individuals With Psychopathy (2009)   Here

As trauma (interaction with a psychopath) and PTSD go hand in hand;
Changes in brain anatomy during the course of posttraumatic stress disorder.  (Aug. 2011)   Here
For more info on PTSD see, Tim Fields, Trauma and PTSD   Here

Investigating the neural correlates of psychopathy: a critical review. (Aug. 2011)   Here

The relationship between psychopathy and impulsivity: A multi-impulsivity measurement approach. (Sept. 2011)   Here

Wasn’t me!’ A field study of the relationship between deceptive motivations and psychopathic traits in young offenders. (Sept. 2011)   Here

Psychopathic traits in Finnish homicide offenders with schizophrenia. (Sept. 2011)   Here

Psychopathic Personality Traits, Genetic Risk, and Gene–Environment Correlations. (Sept. 2011)   Here
Evidence for substantial genetic risk for psychopathy in 7-year-olds (2005)   Here
Also see an earlier post,
Children at risk – Callous disregard for the feelings of others   Here

High Psychopathic Trait Females Exhibit Reduced Startle Potentiation and Increased P3 Amplitude. (Sept./Oct. 2011)   Here

Capturing the Psychopathic Female: A Prototypicality Analysis of the Comprehensive Assessment of Psychopathic Personality (CAPP) Across Gender (Sept./Oct. 2011)   Here

The genetic origins of psychopathic personality traits in adult males and females: Results from an adoption-based study. (Oct. 2011)   Here

White-Collar Criminals: The ‘Kinder, Gentler’ Offender?  (Oct. 2011)   Here

Amount of altruistic punishment accounts for subsequent emotional gratification in participants with primary psychopathy  (Nov. 2011)   Here

Mate-selection and the Dark Triad: Facilitating a short-term mating strategy and creating a volatile environment.   Here

Greed is good? Student disciplinary choice and self-reported psychopathy. (Nov.2011)   Here
Write-up of interest,
Psychopaths and Big Money – It All Adds Up   Here

Psychopathy and indirect aggression: The roles of cortisol, sex, and type of psychopathy. (Nov. 2011)   Here

The effects of sertraline on psychopathic traits (Nov. 2011)   Here

Psychopaths’ Brains Show Differences in Structure and Function (Nov. 2011)    Here

Reduced Prefrontal Connectivity in Psychopathy (Nov. 2011)   Here
Related, great post by Neurological Correlates,
We called it: Psychopath brain disconnects and reduced functions   Here

Psychopathy, reactive aggression, and precarious proclamations: A review of behavioral, cognitive, and biological research (Nov.-Dec.2011)   Here

The psychopath magnetized: insights from brain imaging. (Dec. 2011)   Here   and   Here

A very long post, I know, but there should be som research of interest for everyone.   Last but not least, I’d like to mention a site in German dealing with Psychopathy for those with german as their native language, Erkenne Psychopathie    Here

A short post – Research of interest by Nicholas S. Holtzman, Ph.D., Facing a psychopath: Detecting the dark triad from emotionally-neutral faces, using prototypes from the Personality Faceaurus. Journal of Research in Personality, Volume 45, Issue 6, December 2011, Pages 648-654.   Here and associated website,  Personality Faceaurus   Here

Can you tell a psychopath by just looking at him/her?

Two studies that apparently aim to manipulate and confuse. First out is the following study, The Empathy Ceiling: The Rich Are Different — And Not In a Good Way, Studies Suggest – The ‘Haves’ show less empathy than ‘Have-nots’  Here   which has gained attention in the “old media” as well,  Here  So, do “rich” people have less empathy?  In view of the fact that we find many of them sitting in high-power positions which they most likely, aggressivly have “bullied” their way to,  in order to gain power and control over others as well as for personal gain, probably so.  Power and control over others are by the way, core traits of psychopathy. 

Some research of interest concerning empathy;

Responding to the emotions of others: Dissociating forms of empathy through the study of typical and psychiatric populations. R.J.R. Blair (2005)  Here
The amygdala and ventromedial prefrontal cortex in morality and psychopathy. R.J.R. Blair   Here
The amygdala and ventromedial prefrontal cortex: functional contributions and dysfunction in psychopathy. R.J.R. Blair (2008)   Here
Fine cuts of empathy and the amygdala: dissociable deficits in psychopathy and autism. Blair (2008)  Here  
Neurobiology of Empathy and Callousness: Implications for the Development of Antisocial Behavior (2009)   Here

Furthermore concerning the study, “Unlike the rich, lower class people have to depend on others for survival, Keltner argued. So they learn “prosocial behaviors.” They read people better, empathize more with others, and they give more to those in need.” Hmmm, a rather odd statement considering the fact that the “rich people” would not be “rich” without the “lower class people”. (please note the put down here used by the author, by referring to a group of people by calling them “lower class people”). People with empathy don’t have to “learn prosocial behaviors”, it comes with having empathy. Individuals with diminished empathy, like the psychopath, does however have to “learn prosocial behaviors” and does so in order to be able to manipulate, dupe and use others for personal gain, something these “bullies” also take pleasure in doing,   Bullies may enjoy seeing others in pain: Brain scans show disruption in natural empathetic  response  (2008)   Here   (The word “may” is of course an understatement)

Concerning the video recordings of “rich people”, “In video recordings of conversations, rich people are more likely to appear distracted, checking cell phones, doodling, avoiding eye contact, while low-income people make eye contact and nod their heads more frequently signaling engagement.”  Now isn’t that interesting, the now unfortunately deceased Tim Field, founder of bullyonline noted the following about “bullies” and eyecontact, the “bully” “makes inappropriate eye contact, either too little (or none at all) or too much (staring)”, The serial bully   Here    Below some studies of interest in regard to eye contact and psychopathic traits;

Love, eye contact and the developmental origins of empathy v. psychopathy. MR Dadds (2011)   Here
Commentary: Are callous unemotional traits all in the eyes? Examining eye contact in youth with conduct problems and callous unemotional traits – reflections on Dadds et al. R.J.R. (March 2011)   Here
Bullying at school as a predictor of delinquency, violence and other anti-social behaviour in adulthood. Bender et al. 2011   Here
Impaired attention to the eyes of attachment figures and the developmental origins of psychopathy. Dadds (2010)   Here  
Early maternal and paternal bonding, childhood physical abuse and adult psychopathic personality. Raine, Gao et al. (2010)   Here  
Learning to ‘talk the talk: the relationship of psychopathic traits to deficits in empathy across childhood. Dadds (2009)   Here  
The relationship between psychopathic traits and attachment behavior in a non-clinical population. Tawny D. Mack et al. (June 2011)   Here   Also of interest; 
Structural Brain Abnormalities in Psychopaths—a Review (2008)   Here   and
“Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is often a precursor of psychopathy”. “However, the disorder of ADHD likely increases the probability, not the certainity, of psychopathic behavior.”   Here
Furthermore, an interesting post by neurologicalcorrelates concerning psychopaths and eye contact,  The Reptilian Stare: Psychopath’s pupil dilation when you are the target   Here

The second studie, On the Tyranny of Professional Labelling (June 2011)   Here  where you can read the following statement, “The specific construct of psychopathy is used to demonstrate some of the unpleasant albeit unintended effects of professional labelling.”   Considering the damage these gravely personality disordered individuals, sooner or later, always do, and moreover, enjoy doing,  they need to be labelled and removed ASAP.   Book of interest,  Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths Go to Work  By, Hare and Babiak   Here  and Classification of Corporate Psychopaths  Here

So what does the psychopath feel?  Claudia Moscovici, psychopathyawareness, did an excellent post on the subject, The Psychopath’s Emotions: What Does He Feel?  To read the post, click  Here

Studies of interest in connection with above post on the psychopath’s emotions;
Psychopathy, frustration, and reactive aggression: The role of ventromedial prefrontal cortex (2010)   Here  
Mesolimbic dopamine reward system hypersensitivity in individuals with psychopathic traits (2010)   Here    and related article,
Psychopaths’ Brains Wired to Seek Rewards, No Matter the Consequences (2010)   Here   as well as Dr. Simon’s post,  Having to Win: The Combative Thinking of the Disturbed Character   Here

Last but not least, Claudia Moscovici’s book, Dangerous Liaisons: How to Identify and Escape from Psychopathic Seduction,  is now also available online, for more information, click  Here 

* On callous disregard for others and all living organisms,  Geoengineering: Destroying the Atmosphere – Rosalind Peterson, video   Here

Due mostly to lack of information about individuals with psychopathy, women and men have ended up in relationships with psychopaths. However, even people with knowledge of this particular personalitydisorder have been fooled which makes it even more important to spread information about the disorder.   Having a child and/or children with a psychopath means a lifetime of, if nothing else, continuous emotional pain. Research point to that psychopathy is a genetically inherited personalitydisorder. Study;   Evidence for substantial genetic risk for psychopathy in 7-year-olds (2005)   Here   Furthermore, “Genetic effects explain the stability of psychopathic personality from mid- to late adolescence.” (2008)   Here   and, “A longitudinal twin study of the direction of effects between psychopathic personality and antisocial behaviour (2010)  Here which came to the conclusion that; “This study provides evidence that genetically influenced psychopathic personality is a robust predictor of adult antisocial behaviour, but also that persistent antisocial behaviour has an impact on adult psychopathic personality via genetic effects.”    A more recent study, Psychopathic personality traits in relational aggression among young adults. (March-April 2011)  Here   concluded that, “psychopathic traits were not differentially predictive of RA by gender or level of physical aggressiveness”

Related: Trait correlates of relational aggression in a nonclinical sample: DSM-IV Personality Disorders and Psychopathy (2008)   Here     Also of interest,   Mean girls and bad boys: Recent research on gender differences in conduct disorder (June 2011)  Here  and  The Genetic and Environmental Covariation Among Psychopathic Personality Traits, and Reactive and Proactive Aggression in Childhood (July 2011)   Here   which demonstrated, “a significant genetic and non-shared environmental correlation among psychopathic personality traits and reactive and proactive aggressive behaviors in children using both caregiver reports and child self-reports.”

This brings us to Mark Dadds latest research and the following article (September, 2011), Bad to the bone  Here  
Impaired attention to the eyes of attachment figures and the developmental origins of psychopathy. Mark R. Dadds et al. (March 2011)  Here    and   Do callous-unemotional traits moderate the relative importance of parental coercion versus warmth in child conduct problems? An observational study. By Dadds et al. (July 2011)   Here

Seeing that psychopathy most likely is a genetic disorder it is of course of great importance that as many people as possible get as much information as possible about the personality disorder, especially – BEFORE a relationship produces children with a genetic risk of developing a psychopathic personality disorder.   Children with psychopathic trais do not only put themselves at risk (ie. fearless, impulsive) but also pose a risk for parents, siblings, classmates and others who may come in contact with them.  Add to this, that these children also, unlikely as it may sound, actually enjoy hurting/killing others,  Bullies may enjoy seeing others in pain: Brain scans show disruption in natural empathetic response.(2008)   Here   Also see earlier post, “Bullies” and why they keep “bullying” regardless of age   (2009)   Here

Also of interest,  
Psychopathy, Brain Damage And Empathy (2011)   Here  
‘Wasn’t me!’ A field study of the relationship between deceptive motivations and psychopathic traits in young offenders (September 2011)   Here
Special Issue: Child and Adolescent Trauma across the Spectrum of Experience: Underserved Populations and Emotional Abuse.   Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma, Volume 4, Issue 2, 2011   Here

As is often the case concerning psychopaths, harm is usually done before the “victim” is aware of the damage done.   Dr. Liane J. Leedoms site  can be of great help for those who find themselves raising a child at risk, see;  Parenting the At Risk Child   Here

Help for parents whose child is beeing “bullied” (psychologically/emotionally abused at school)  by either a classmate or teacher, 
Child bullying, school bullying, bullycide   Here  and  Bullycide in America – Moms Speak Out!   Here


High Risk: Children Without A Conscience, by Dr. Ken Magid and Carole A.McKelvey – For a book review click  Here
The Abusive Personality by Dr. Dutton   Here    Book review  Here
Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychopathy (2010)   Here

Write-ups/Articles (older)

The Origins of Antisocial Behaviour, Twin Study   Here
Genes help determine which kids thrive despite abuse (2006)  Here
Development and Psychopathology (2006)  Here

Some research of interest ;

Brain differences in adolescents, psychopaths, lend to their impulsive, risk-taking behavior (2004)   Here
Nature X nurture: genetic vulnerabilities interact with physical maltreatment to promote conduct problems. (2005)   Here
Genes for susceptibility to violence lurk in the brain (2006)   Here
Cognition to genes via the brain in the study of conduct disorder. (2008)   Here
Relationships between a parental negativity and childhood antisocial behavior over time: A Bidirectional effect model in a longitudinal genetically informative design. (2008)   Here
Quantitative genetic studies of antisocial behaviour. (2008)   Here
Psychopathic personality in adolescence: Genetic and environmental overlap with externalizing and internalizing problems. (2009)   Here
Amygdala Hypoactivity to Fearful Faces in Boys With Conduct Problems and Callous-Unemotional Traits (2009)   Here
The contribution of Callous-unemotional traits and conduct problems to bullying in early adolescence. (2009)   Here
Psychopathic Personality in Adolescence – Genetic and Environmental Influences (2009)   Here
Predictors and Outcomes of Joint Trajectories of Callous–Unemotional Traits and Conduct Problems in Childhood.  (2011)   Here 
‘Wasn’t me!’ A field study of the relationship between deceptive motivations and psychopathic traits in young offenders.  (2011)   Here   
More recent reserach concerning children/youth with psychopathic traits can be found at;   It Affects Us All, top of the page   Here

Last but not least, some quotes;

“First of all, it is found among all social classes. Such character disordered people are not only the charming con men and dangerous gold diggers that Dr. Hare warns us about, not only are they the lower-class, drunken, drug abusing “sociopaths” which Dr. Black writes about, they are also people who hold high positions in society, as Jungian author Guggenbuhl-Craig has said, because those who cannot love want power.”  Here


“Callous, deceitful, reckless, guiltless . . . The psychopath understands the wishes and concerns of others; he simply does not care . . . The psychopath believes that rules and morals are for other, weaker people who obey because they fear punishment . . .  Lying, evasiveness, feigned forgetfulness, vague and inconsistent answers about his past . . .”
Dr. David B. Adams   Here

“Lying is like breathing to the psychopath. When caught in a lie and challenged, they make up new lies, and don’t care if they’re found out. As Hare states, “Lying, deceiving, and manipulation are natural talents for psychopaths…When caught in a lie or challenged with the truth, they are seldom perplexed or embarrassed — they simply change their stories or attempt to rework the facts so that they appear to be consistent with the lie. The results are a series of contradictory statements and a thoroughly confused listener.”   Here

“The most important self-defense against psychopathic seducers consists of recognizing the initial warning signals so that you can escape the relationship early on, hopefully before you’re seriously harmed.” Further reading;  Red Flags: How to Identify a Psychopathic Bond   Here

Not only do psychopaths cause great a deal of damage in personal relationships but they also cause a great deal of damage in the workplace;  The serial bully  Here   ;  When the Boss Feels Inadequate  Here   and  Role of Incompetence of Aggressive Bully Bosses Confirmed   Here  as well as at school,  Here   and  Here  and, Research examines callous-unemotional traits, conduct problems in children (Feb. 21, 2011)  Here ;  Mean girls and bad boys: Recent research on gender differences in conduct disorder (2011)  Here   and “Cool” Inferior Frontostriatal Dysfunction in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Versus “Hot” Ventromedial Orbitofrontal-Limbic Dysfunction in Conduct Disorder: A Review. (June 2011) Here

Some recent research of interest;

Cortex and amygdala morphology in psychopathy (Aug. 2011)  Here

White matter microstructural abnormalities in the frontal lobe of adults with antisocial personality disorder (July 2011)   Here   Add to that an excellent post by swivelchair,  Psychopath white matter: Abnormal mostly on the right hand side (July 25, 2011)   Here

Greed is good? Student disciplinary choice and self-reported psychopathy. (August 2011, In Press) Here    Also of interest;  via sott.net, Psychopaths and big money – it all adds up (Aug. 20, 2011)   Here 

Psychopaths are among other things, emotionally immature, greedy fraudsters who affect us all.   So called “global warming” is apparently a hoax created to steal more of your money (carbon taxes etc.);  Climate Gate  Here  ;   Satellite-gate  Here  and  Here   As the lies were discovered, now apparently a new approach;
Aliens may destroy humanity to protect other civilisations, say scientists (18 August, 2011)  Here
Insane! Report For NASA Claims Aliens May Attack Earth If We Do Not Stop Global Warming (Aug. 19, 2011)   Here  which feeds right into, “psychopath’s must win no matter the cost”   Here 

Psychopath’s are also irresponsible, greedy sadists who lack a conscience, besides toxic “vaccines”, GMO is causing great damage not only to the public, (Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation (2008) Here   and Seeds of Deception  Here  GMOs Linked to Organ Disruption in 19 Studies  Here , High levels of GMO agrochemicals found in breast milk of Brazilian mothers (April 21, 2011)  Here ) to the animals who are fed the toxins (Deadly new disease linked to recent crop failures and animal miscarriages caused by GM crops, pesticides (July 19, 2011)  Here )  but GMO is also damaging the soil, USDA Scientist: Monsanto’s Roundup Herbicide Damages Soil (Aug. 19, 2011)  Here 

Considering the damage psychopaths do, emotional, psychological, physical, economic etc., the public should start by demanding that anyone holding or seeking a public/political office should be tested, to weed out these gravely personalitydisordered individuals.   It is not about rightwing, leftwing or any other “wing”, it is about people with a conscience v.s., people without a conscience (psychopaths).   Once identified psychopaths should also be held accountable for the damage they have caused.   Psychopaths Know Right from Wrong but Don’t care (2010)  Here  as well as enjoy hurting/killing others  Here    Also of interest; Do sociopaths see everyone as though in the uncanny valley?  Here

The more you know, the better you can protect yourself, those near and dear as well as your fellow human beings.