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Can't Tell Victims From Victimizers Without A Program?

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Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Mar 14, 2006 at 00:10

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The victimizers, when threatened, retreat behind the mask of 'victims', poor dears. And what better masqueraders could he have picked, than those who are brutally repressive when they have the upper hand, but oh so in need of the help of a strong protector when they feel vulnerable. True 'victims' don't behave that way, only antisocial personality types, so prevelant in Islam.

It's an extreme form of a personality dissorder, and just one of many they suffer from. I don't see anything more in it than that.
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