He reframes reality to fit with his narcissistic delusions. Sleaziness, violence, stalking and perversion–-sadistic games played at other people’s expense–are framed as “hedonism”, “childlike innocence and playfulness” or “libertine freedom”. Lies are framed as “creative interpretations of reality” or clever “modes of persuasion”. Manipulativeness, slander and back-stabbing become, in his deranged mind, “Machiavellianism” or “cunning”. As the psychopath’s idiotic grins which often accompany his malicious actions reveal time after time, his behavior and intentions are as far removed from “childlike” or “harmless fun” as possible. “Freedom” too is a meaningless concept, given that his main goal is to trample on the freedom and rights of others. He intends to control and harm others: control by harming them, to be precise.
Read the guy who came up with the clinical concept and measured it before you apply it improperly like a retard.
It’s nothing to be proud of, if you search “psychopaths are losers” you find plenty of resources explaining their parasitism. That is the opposite of strength.
“In 1998, McHoskey, Worzel, and Szyarto provoked a controversy by claiming that narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy are more or less interchangeable in normal samples.”
They are, so there’s no ‘good’ side to it.
It’s like saying serial killers are culling the gullible. It’s victim blame.
Even other DTs want non-DT friends. Clue?