"I have never welcomed the weakening of family ties by politics or pressure" - Nelson Mandela.
"He who travels for love finds a thousand miles no longer than one" - Japanese proverb.
"Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence." - Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
"When people's love is divided by law, it is the law that needs to change". -
David Cameron.

Monday 19 May 2014

Government Promoting Compensative Drive for the Future National Good!!!!!!

A quote tweeted about the Sunday Times Rich List may have highlighted a new justification for the Government's determination to split up families using the immigration laws.

"ST editorial director says richest people have a 'compensatory drive' due to loss of a parent at young age - eg Dyson, Hindujas"

But as the guardian stated "Sunday Times Rich List reveals 104 billionaires sharing fortune of £301bn, but few pay tax as they are not domiciled in UK"  so as usual yet more flaws in their thinking of trying to create home grown future billionaires.

This then brings up the question of how many of or MP's (especially those that are part of the Government) suffer from Compensatory Narcissistic Personality Disorder?

Does this sound familiar?

"Compensatory Narcissistic Personality Disorder is a pervasive pattern of unstable, "overtly narcissistic behaviors [that] derive from an underlying sense of insecurity and weakness rather than from genuine feelings of self-confidence and high self-esteem" (Millon), beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts, as indicated by ten (or more) of the following:

  • seeks to create an illusion of superiority and to build up an image of high self-worth (Millon);
  • has disturbances in the capacity for empathy (Forman);
  • strives for recognition and prestige to compensate for the lack of a feeling of self-worth;
  • may acquire a deprecatory attitude in which the achievements of others are ridiculed and degraded (Millon);
  • has persistent aspirations for glory and status (Millon);
  • has a tendency to exaggerate and boast (Millon);
  • is sensitive to how others react to him or her, watches and listens carefully for critical judgment, and feels slighted by disapproval (Millon);
  • is prone to feel shamed and humiliated and especially hyper-anxious and vulnerable to the judgments of others (Millon);
  • covers up a sense of inadequacy and deficiency with pseudo-arrogance and pseudo-grandiosity (Millon);
  • has a tendency to periodic hypochondria (Forman);
  • alternates between feelings of emptiness and deadness and states of excitement and excess energy (Forman);
  • entertains fantasies of greatness, constantly striving for perfection, genius, or stardom (Forman);
  • has a history of searching for an idealized partner and has an intense need for affirmation and confirmation in relationships (Forman);
  • frequently entertains a wishful, exaggerated, and unrealistic concept of himself or herself which he or she can't possibly measure up to (Reich);
  • produces (too quickly) work not up to the level of his or her abilities because of an overwhelmingly strong need for the immediate gratification of success (Reich);
  • is touchy, quick to take offense at the slightest provocation, continually anticipating attack and danger, reacting with anger and fantasies of revenge when he or she feels frustrated in his or her need for constant admiration (Reich);
  • is self-conscious, due to a dependence on approval from others (Reich);
  • suffers regularly from repetitive oscillations of self-esteem (Reich);
  • seeks to undo feelings of inadequacy by forcing everyone's attention and admiration upon himself or herself (Reich);
  • may react with self-contempt and depression to the lack of fulfillment of his or her grandiose expectations (Riso)."