?False Self? exposed

Who do we recognise that exhibits a grandiose and self important persona, that exaggerates accomplishments, talents and skills? Who mingles mainly ?on stage? with famous but inconsequential personalities? Who demands to be recognised as superior without any commensurate achievements or intellectual depth? Who is obsessed with their fantasies of unlimited success and attempts to ingratiate themselves within the ?World Order Institutions??

Who is the candidate firmly convinced that he or she is unique and, being special, should only associate with other special, unique, or high-status people (or institutions) or with their gullible ?useful idiot? facilitators or enablers?

Who is it that exudes the feeling of entitlement; demanding automatic and full compliance with his or her unreasonable expectations for special and favourable priority treatment? Who is “inter-personally exploitative” using others to achieve his or her own ends or to hide their public failings? Who behaves arrogantly and haughtily and, some might say, like a child when intellectually challenged, and responds with ?magical thinking? propaganda? Who scowls and pouts when frustrated, contradicted, or confronted by people they consider inferior and unworthy?

Narcissism is a defence mechanism whose role is to deflect hurt and trauma from a person’s “True Self” with a “False Self”. In this case the ?False Self? is an ideological collective philosophy called Marxism (aka socialism), which is a shield to hide behind either because of a lack of intellect or the ability to think critically or individually.

However the narcissist needs attention, both positive and negative; attention is instrumental in the regulation of their labile sense of self-worth. The narcissist is shallow; a pond pretending to be an ocean. Narcissists enjoy portraying themselves as the ?new wave?, a person of all trades; seeking power, never admitting to ignorance in any field ? yet, typically, they are ignorant of most.

Their speech is peppered with “I”, “my”, “myself”, and “mine” or ?my call?. They describe themselves as intelligent, or rich, or modest, or intuitive, or creative ? but always excessively, implausibly and to an extraordinary extent. To the critical observer their hypocrisy is their undoing.

They always need to ‘belong’ yet at the very same time, they maintain a stance as ?the overseer?; seeking to be admired for their ability to integrate and ingratiate themselves using the socialist ideology, which allows them an escape from investing any efforts commensurate with such an undertaking.

One feels ill at ease in the presence of such a person for no apparent reason. No matter how attractive, charming, intelligent, thought provoking, outgoing, easy going and social they are ? they fail to gain the sympathy of others. That sympathy they are never ready, willing, or able to reciprocate.

They will not accept advice from others. In fact, any suggested help, advice, or concerned inquiry is immediately cast as intentional irrational humiliation; implying that they need help and counsel and thus are imperfect and less than omnipotent.

You could be thinking of Adolf Hitler, who rose to power through the NSDAP: ?The National Socialist German Workers’ Party?. One of the most destructive dictators of the twentieth century. Or are you thinking of the person we see spread across the front pages of most women?s magazines, who requires excessive admiration, adulation, attention and affirmation?  

Is that person portraying a ?false self? by extolling the virtues of well-being and kindness while surrounding themself with children? Are they just like a beauty queen contestant, whilst simultaneously making ?Captain’s (Dictator’s) Calls?, destroying our economy and our sovereignty by joining with the World Order Totalitarians?

Unfortunately, in my opinion, Narcissistic Personality Disorder in some form is evident within the halls of parliament, with power and wealth being the key motivations. Socialism is just a mechanism to hide behind as a ?False Self?.

Some politicians have evident NPD, some less, some very little. Unfortunately, both sides of the house currently have socialist leanings. New Zealand is years behind the anti-socialist anti-totalitarian trend spreading around Europe and America.

Until we elect a truly conservative party to pull National away from socialism with a promise to reform MMP, much damage will be done because, under MMP, the wishes of the majority of voters don?t matter.