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Is Infantile narcissistic sociopathy a communicable disease?

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Submitted by Abu Nudnik (Canada), Sep 20, 2006 at 00:03

"Thetruth" is that only infantile narcissists think they possess the truth exclusively. What better description of the violent Muslims who shoot old nuns in the back, firebomb churches and the rest: infantile narcissistic psychopaths. Mr.Eidelberg is right: there aren't enough psychiatrists for this lot.

Has a humble man ever been humiliated?

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