What do Serial Killers Have in Common?


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What do Serial Killers Have in Common?
PatriarchVerlch
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They tend to come from markedly unstable families. Typically they are abandonded as children by their fathers and raised by domineering (single) mothers.

Don’t get the wrong idea here. Serial killers account for a nearly invisible portion of humanity. So the chances of getting killed by one, are akin to winning the Lottery of 300 million dollars.

But the fact remains there are several things that should spark our interest, as to why they even exist. I could go into more graphic detail. You can look it up yourselves. There was often abuse by their mothers, by their mothers boyfriends or their step fathers. They had a knack for evil. You guys can look up the rest yourselves.

The point is, and it doesn’t take a person with an IQ over 85 to figure this stuff out.

A broken family, with a domineering mother as a single mother, is a receipt for disaster, this is where our families are coming from.

http://www.carpenoctem.tv/killers/ch.html

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09-02-2006 11:01 PM

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PANDORASBOX123
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Pat—was your mother domineering?

09-02-2006 11:15 PM

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Termi0n
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PANDORASBOX123 wrote:
Pat—was your mother domineering?

Mine was. The happiest I have ever been in my life was when she would be there with my lunch when I got home from school. Then she got a career and completely changed. Thankfully, after my dad divorced her, I was still able to have him in my life. The contrast between them is night and day. I have no doubt that if my mother got sole custody like she tried to do I would have been far more screwed up than I am.

My dad kept me in line and still does by telling me to do the right thing. My mother just tries to control based on her opinions. Like most women do on this board.

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09-02-2006 11:22 PM

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Happy_Bullet
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Mine was too, when I was 15 by Dad had a stroke and became seriously disabled. She blamed him for it and veto’ed home rehabilitation so he had to live in a hospital. I went to visit him almost every day for 6 months (and had to buy my own food) until she kicked me out of home as well at which point I had to move to a youth hostel far out of cycling distance of the hospital. 6 months after that she filed for divorce. To this day she maintains her kicking me out of home when I was 15 was the best thing she ever did for me (it was, but because it got me away from her abuse, I don’t think she deserves credit – note typical feminist thinking). Incidentally she turned my sisters against him as well and on his visits they would steal his walking stick and hit him with it. One of them (the youngest) feels very guilty about that now as they were simply influenced into hating him by my mother. She is a soroptomist.

That wasn’t what made me anti-feminist. I love non-feminist chicks, there seems to be nothing wrong with them, apart from in some cases an over-active sense of entitlement but I’ve definitely enjoyed having girlfriends. I even could have been described as “some what of a feminist” for most of my life. What caused my shift to anti-feminism was volunteering at Amnesty International and seeing their Stop Violence Against Women campaign run by enormous male-hate spewing dykes that unequivocally blamed men for all conflict in relationships and wouldn’t leave me alone because I was male, their citing of blatantly false statistics incessantly and the gender biased, oppressive policy they advocate as the solution to what is not even a gender issue.

Oh yeah and recently a friend going to jail for two years for rape because he thought he had consent, she didn’t say no (and that wasn’t contested in court), but he couldn’t PROVE THAT IT WAS CONSENSUAL. That’s really got me going.

p.s.

Despite being disabled and struggling to piece *his* life back together (ie. starting with relearning to walk and do things paralyzed down one side) and getting a disability pension, my Father would on occassion help me out financially, if I had a rough patch (due to homelessness). In fact, I’d say he would have pretty much helped me out whenever I asked. Now that I’m working I make sure he is as taken care of as possible within what I can manage and that doesn’t hurt his pride too much. Today is Father’s day where I live, so you can imagine I will be getting him a good present

I’ve cut off all contact with my mother, not even because of all this, because she just can’t help being verbally abusive whenever I see her.

Stick that in your pipe and smoke it if you think mothers are more beneficial parents than Fathers are.

Message Edited by Happy_Bullet on 09-03-2006 03:40 AM

Men have standards. Women will be compared. DEAL WITH IT.

09-03-2006 02:55 AM

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PANDORASBOX123
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Happy—-It’s so sad that there are people in the world like that.  Bad people affect both sexes.  It’s just not one sided.

09-03-2006 10:34 AM

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DontMarryNoer
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Of course, using their own statistics, the fact that A) serial killers are usually men and B) they are first abandoned by their fathers is completely glossed over. They don’t like to look at it from that perspective.

09-03-2006 10:53 AM

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PANDORASBOX123
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Yes, good point.

09-03-2006 10:54 AM

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weirdo321
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Serial killers should be locked up for life.

What harm have cornflakes or rice crispies ever done to anyone?

09-03-2006 12:02 PM

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aldarris
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Of course, using their own statistics, the fact that A) serial killers are usually men and B) they are first abandoned by their fathers is completely glossed over. They don’t like to look at it from that perspective.

You see, rational beings do not look at facts from a specific prospective. They… we look from all perspectives possible and then make conlusions.

You did not tell us your conclusions. And we all know why — because they sound ridiculous and were rebutted a number of times.

09-03-2006 12:29 PM

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PatriarchVerlch
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Rebutted, by what? The school of feminist logic and sound math and science?

There are reasons why people do things. The behavior doesn’t just come out from a stable home life. It blossoms in an unstable environment. Go ahead, live in you fantasy world.

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09-03-2006 02:07 PM

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aldarris
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Rebutted, by what?
Don’t you think that the question -_what_ was rebutted- should be asked first?

09-03-2006 02:24 PM

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MartianBachelor
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Anybody ever read “When She Was Bad” (Violent Women and the Myth of Innocence), by Patricia Pearson?

It makes an interesting point about male serial killers tending to act on people they don’t very well, whereas female serial killers tend to act on those they’re close to.

What I got out of it was that there may more female serial killers than anyone suspects, but that current thinking is blind to them because it equates the term “serial killer” with “male”. As if we didn’t have enough double standards already.

“…what is vitally important about acknowledging female contributions to family violence is that mothers can act as powerful forces of socialization, either teaching a child through the trauma she inflicts how to behave in the wider world, or compelling that child, who is damaged, to wreak destruction in turn.” – Patricia Pearson

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09-03-2006 03:07 PM

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DontMarryNoer
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DontMarryNoer

weirdo321 wrote:
Serial killers should be locked up for life.

What harm have cornflakes or rice crispies ever done to anyone?

You win the internets!

09-03-2006 05:25 PM

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Anti_Feminist
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DontMarryNoer,

The farther didn’t abandon the child he abandoned the abusive mother! Who over the next twenty years proved him right by raising a serial killer! Your statement is just more proof of the feminist “it’s never our fault” mentality!!

What should be noted is that single farther households are not producing the same results. Even when you through in emotive sentiment like abandoned by the mother, it seems that the children don’t miss her when she’s gone and grow up to be healthy and normal.

09-03-2006 09:17 PM

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PatriarchVerlch
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Plus the father is more likely to marry a woman, to take the place to the mother. Like the old days, before think tanks and banks got to much power. Plus the mother would be able to see the children.

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09-04-2006 01:20 AM

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DontMarryNoer
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The farther didn’t abandon the child he abandoned the abusive mother!

Oh, so you were there, huh? Nice ad hoc rescue. You know, he didn’t seem to care anough about the kid to take him…

Who over the next twenty years proved him right by raising a serial killer! Your statement is just more proof of the feminist “it’s never our fault” mentality!!

Look at those two statements veeery carefully.

What should be noted is that single farther households are not producing the same results.

There are less single-father households and even less single-father house-holds where the mother abandoned the child to him and less studies of single father households. My gosh, I’m glad you just post on message boards and aren’t anybody important. You’d screw things up were you in charge of anything pertaining to statistics or people’s lives.

You still gloss over the fact that, along with how the father abandoned the child, the serial killer was a man. You conveniently blame that on women.

09-04-2006 01:25 PM

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PatriarchVerlch
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Child abuse in blood related single father households are almonst non existant. Most of male child abuse comes in the forms of male friends of the family, in laws, step father, weird boyfriends as the moms looks fade, she has to settle for less and less.

Look at those two statements veeery carefully.

Darling? What is this frog in a well logic there? Look at what?

You conveniently blame that on women.

It’s not a whole lot of fun being married to an abusive domineering women, who is never wrong and never shuts up. If the father gained custody of these male serial killers, I’ll bet that they wouldn’t have grown up to be serial killers.

“Serial killers very often have obsessions of some kind with their mothers. A love-hate relationship, in popular language. These moms usually aren’t candidates for mother of the year, although they aren’t necessarily abusive either. The common thread seems to be the sexual element, mothers who were very seductive, who had many sex partners of which the son was aware. Of course, the children of prostitutes are more likely to be exposed to this type of behavior.”

I just found another thread talking about how the mothers had influenced their sons in a negative way. The evidence is mounting, there lady, I don’t know how much you can defend the mothers of serial killers much longer. This blind allegiance to anything pro female is baffling. Can’t you just admit there are tiny fractions of both genders that are losers? You cannot make men believe we have the market cornered on retardation.

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09-04-2006 02:20 PM

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PANDORASBOX123
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The Columbine killers came from two parent homes…….

09-04-2006 03:11 PM

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PatriarchVerlch
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That is why there is the 90% rule. I don’t know if you can call a shooting spree a serial killing. Betty Friedan came from a broken home, so what’s your point. More frog in the well logic.

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09-04-2006 11:29 PM

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PANDORASBOX123
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yes, your frog in the well logic….Something worth looking into would be the homes run by single mothers in other countries and compare the serial killings to US serial killings.

09-05-2006 12:39 AM

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DontMarryNoer
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Darling? What is this frog in a well logic there? Look at what?

I’m sorry it went right over your head. I’m not going to draw it in crayon for you. I’ve done that enough with the clueless men here.

You still aren’t addressing the fact that the fathers abandoned their child and the children that became killers were men. Men, men, men. Its hilarious how you gloss over that.

09-05-2006 11:51 AM

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PatriarchVerlch
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Because they are tired of living with contentious women. Who brow beat them to feel better about themselves. GI Jane, darling, sweetheart, did you miss the part where 85% of the time women file for divorce? That is millions upon millions upon millions of divorces. Do you know just how big a million is? Let me help you with some math, that is 1. 0, 2. 0’s 3. 0’s, 4 .0’s 5 0’s, 6. 0’s with a 1 in front. That is an epidemic, now multiply that 1,000,000 by 5 with on average 5,000,000 divorces times 30 years.

150,000,000 and I’m just counting the divorces with children for the last 30 years, I’m sure there is more. That means women caused 127 million of just those divorces. Around the highest in the world, anytime no fault divorce is added to the equation divorce spikes to 50% anywhere in the world.

Japan has a divorce rate of 75%.

We have been too soft on communism. The divorce rate in USSR is 72% britain 66% and America 65%. Even in the Feminist hot zone New Zealand it is only 42%. In West Germany the divorce rate was 10%, what are they doing right? Oh they hadn’t inserted no fault divorce yet. Wait until they do, the divorce rate will spike to 50% as women no longer have to learn how to cook and clean, just nagg.

http://www.mensrights.com.au/page11b.htm

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09-05-2006 03:22 PM

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DontMarryNoer
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Because they are tired of living with contentious women.

Supposing this wasn’t just something you pulled out of your buttto get any responsibility off of the men, if that were the case they wouldn’t leave the child with the woman.

GI Jane, darling, sweetheart, did you miss the part where 85% of the time women file for divorce? That is millions upon millions upon millions of divorces. Do you know just how big a million is? Let me help you with some math, that is 1. 0, 2. 0’s 3. 0’s, 4 .0’s 5 0’s, 6. 0’s with a 1 in front. That is an epidemic, now multiply that 1,000,000 by 5 with on average 5,000,000 divorces times 30 years.

How does that change the fact that not only are serial killers more likely to be men, but that their fathers have abandoned them? Huh?

09-05-2006 04:16 PM

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PANDORASBOX123
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If the majority of women are filing the divorces from around the world…..then I think men need to take a look deep inside themselves…and ask why.  People are not going to leave a good marriage.  Something wrong must be going on inside the house….maybe disrespect…Me Tarzan you slave—isn’t working any more.  Women have options if they are in a disrespectful relationship.  Female headed households are growing all over the world—Africa, Mexico, Turkey,…etc.  You can’t blame that on American women. You’re sexist–which means you are prejudiced against women based on their sex.  Until the 70’s women stayed in bad relationships.  The didn’t file for divorce because they had no skills.  They were trapped.  There are statistics that support this as well….Again men leave bad marriages too.  There are bad women out there as well as bad men.

09-05-2006 07:56 PM

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MartianBachelor
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“I think men need to take a look deep inside themselves…and ask why.”…

So you’re gonna play the “if he files for divorce it just shows what a cad he is; if she files for divorce it just goes to show what a jerk he must be” gambit? How is the attitude exemplified by this double standard not sexist?

…People are not going to leave a good marriage.

For an even better ex-marriage?
(Which would apply to the women, not the man)

Of course they are. They’d almost be stoopid not to. Are you freakin’ nuts?

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09-05-2006 11:31 PM

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