[by Greg Perry]
Have you ever considered what it means to blame a society for criminals?
We’re currently watching the Mindhunter series that tracks the development of the FBI’s Serial Crime Unit. This unit developed criminal profiling and psychological foundations for capturing serial criminals.
Note: Interestingly, Malcolm Gladwell’s excellent book, What the Dog Saw, makes an excellent case that psychological profiles are extremely ineffective in solving crimes.
Psychotic Psychologists & Psychiatrists
Invariably, when psychotic psychiatric “professionals” discuss criminals, they never focus on justice. They focus on understanding the criminal.
Note: 50 years ago, if a man molested a child, society would love and protect the child and put the molester to death. Today, the psychotic psychologists want to understand the sex offender. “Sir, we want to understand what happened in your life that caused you to act out this way.”
In other words, psychotic psychiatrists want to baby the murderer. (They never mind if a baby’s murdered by the way.)
The entire shift from blame to understanding the criminal is said to be done to reduce crime rates.
How’s that been working out for us? Is crime down since the 1970’s when the FBI turned over manhunts to psychiatrists?
What Happens When You Blame Society?
Have you ever stopped to think what it actually means to blame a society, such as America, for its criminals?
When somebody commits a crime, if it’s society’s fault and not the criminal’s fault, that means this:
“Society” is everybody else. Everybody except the actual criminal who committed the crime is to be blamed for the crime!