Another likely sociopath on tape: Alvin Greene

Sociopaths are in an arrested development state prior to developing pride or shame.  Alvin Greene is playing the role of an idiot.  I’m sure he feels no embarrassment.

Following is the Keith Olbermann interview of Mr. Greene:

The video within this ABC news piece is discussed below:

Scott Creighton of the Willyloman blog:

Now if you go to the ABC News article which also has the video interview of Greene in his home, wearing sweat-pants (hmmmm), you can see him babbling about like a mental patient, hunched over when he walks, holding his hands together like Mr. Burns from the Simpsons.

One thing is clear though… he’s acting.  It’s obvious that he is acting because he is not very good at it. Even Jan mentioned when she saw it that he was “putting on”… that it was an act.

I trained as an actor for over 10 years in various schools, worked professionally as a stage actor, directed several plays, even worked on a few films and TV shows in various other capacities… so I know acting when I see it, especially bad acting from someone who has been coached. Alvin Greene has been coached.

His sweat-pants and his tee-shirt were his costume, his hunched over walk is part of his physicality, his parents house and baby picture is the set and props.  The idea is to make people not want to vote for him, to make him look like the biggest loser on the planet.

Alvin Greene has a college degree, had a thirteen year Air Force career.  For a fuller story and background info:

One thought on “Another likely sociopath on tape: Alvin Greene

  1. Most telling is that he came from “Air Force Intelligence”. I would say he is most likely a CIA operative. Considering the CIA is all about betrayal of your own country, a CIA agent would necessarily need to be a psychopath or capable of feigning psychopathy. If the rewards are sufficient, there are many willing to feign psychopathy.

    One person has suggested that if you want to discover the roots of all police and judicial corruption, look no further than their retirement programs. A cop will put in 20 years at $60K+/year, which is almost what he will get in retirement. A cop who doesn’t learn to play ball risks getting run out and missing out on that juicey retirement. The same goes for judges.


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