There is a lot of insanity about. There are many in authority who seek to repress freedoms. And finally, there are some who do act in their own worst interests. And they harm others.
Things are messed up enough to make people want to make things better. Zyxwvu (last six backwards) is here to help!
Can media be used to promote false representations? We've all experienced it on a personal level - somehow finally realizing we were WAY wrong. I think we repress it later but being honest, yeah we were wrong. So does this happen on a broader scale? Well there are multiple political parties and there are multiple religions and these groups tend to positively declare their competition to be wrong - blasphemous even. So, remembering how wrong we can be, here are just a few words about guns and the second amendment The Second Amendment vs The Fifth Amendment
Once you realize he's a psychopath, nothing he does will surprise you. You may become angry at the injustice but it will not surprise you. You may be saddened by man's inhumanity to man but it will not surprise you.
What is 'psychopathy'? Well, it's sociopathy and narcissism and probably some other bad traits. And then amped up. A lot. Psychopaths make up an estimated 3% of the population and I'm just making that figure up. The point is they are somewhat rare. Now 'psycho' is sometimes a slur for mentally ill. Comparing say, victims of schizophrenia to psychopaths is an insult to the mentally ill. Psycho comes from ancient Greek for 'soul' and pathos is also Greek and it means suffering. Unfortunately in the case of psychopaths the suffering comes to the people AROUND them.
The ONLY way to 'deal' with a psychopath is to NOT deal with them. Avoid contact. Do not engage. I believe even two psychopaths meeting does net damage to them although due to asymmetric power one may gain in stature. For everyone else, they'll lose on every transaction. Psychopaths are especially transactional in nature. They are 'in the moment' and if at that moment they're attending to YOU, you should expect something bad. Now mind you, psychopaths have a 'flip' side. They network. They network a lot. They're sociable on the surface. But underneath - it's all about them. They tend to be above average in intelligence and perhaps are even more above average in emotional intelligence. They read people. They try to decipher bribes and blackmails. They don't waste time with small measures!