Gangstalking and Narcissistic Personality Disorder

What Kind of Person Would Gangstalk?  This is the BIG question people targeted by gang stalkers constantly ask. What kind of person would be so vicious to someone who has done nothing wrong or who has not done anything personal against them?

After reading through several Facebook groups, watching countless YouTube videos, reading through forums and reading article after article, it would seem that America, in particular, may be plagued with yet another type of mental disorder that is on the rise, Narcissistic Personality Disorder. One definition I found defines it as this: “one of several types of personality disorders — is a MENTAL CONDITION in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for excessive attention and admiration, troubled relationships, and a lack of empathy for others. But behind this mask of extreme confidence lies a fragile self-esteem that’s vulnerable to the slightest criticism.”

This could actually explain how and why someone would become a gang stalker. And harass an innocent person for not only months but years and even decades. If gang stalkers are given the benefit of the doubt and do actually suffer from some sort of “mental condition” and are in fact narcissist, what does that mean? I’ve yet to hear of a “cure” for narcissism. In one of her YouTube videos, Dr. Katherine Horton, a targeted individual, states if you were to X-ray or scan the brain of a gang stalker there would be “dark spots.” There is simply no activity in certain parts of their brains that would ordinarily stimulate feelings of empathy, for example.
To use an analogy… Let’s say you are studying the human body from a text book. The image in the textbook will depict a person with 1 head, 2 arms, 2 legs, 10 fingers and 10 toes. However, we all are aware that not everyone is born with 2 arms. Some people are born with holes in their hearts. And even others are born sharing one body (conjoined twins). They are still human although they may not fit the “text book” example of what a human being looks like. But couldn’t this also be applied to the brain, I wonder? Is it possible someone could be born with a brain that does not receive electrical impulses to the regions of the brain that stimulate feelings of compassion or empathy?


In the video below YouTuber The Little Shaman Healing gives insight in how others who may not be narcissists will join in narcissistic behavior.

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