Since when we can negotiate with a psychopath?

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Min Aung Hlaing, the commander-in-chief of Myanmar Defence Services is also known as “Ma-Ah-La”. “Ma-Ah-La” (แ€™แ€กแ€œ) is the abbreviation in Burmese for “Mother-Fucker”.

He was born on 3 July 1956 with a congenital disorder in a ghetto. His father was unknown and his mother was a village whore. He is recently exhibiting signs of psychopathy with his behaviour towards people.

The symptoms

According to Dr Prakash Masand, a psychiatrist and the founder of the Centers of Psychiatric Excellence, says common signs of psychopathy to be aware of include:

  • socially irresponsible behaviour
  • disregarding or violating the rights of others
  • inability to distinguish between right and wrong
  • difficulty with showing remorse or empathy
  • tendency to lie often
  • manipulating and hurting others
  • recurring problems with the law
  • general disregard towards safety and responsibility

The health experts suggest people with such symptoms needs to get a proper diagnosis and treatment of antisocial personality disorder (ASPD). But, Dr Masand says ASPD can be challenging to treat because the person who needs help doesn’t believe there is a problem with their behaviour. As a result, they rarely seek treatment.

A complete mental case

Min Aung Hlaing’s behaviour evidently demonstrates he is with a severe Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).

Look at some of his behaviours. He just made a statue of his face and saluted himself with his followers; orders to shoot people’s heads, including toddlers’ heads; believes that the head of the states will be changed by shooting civilians’ heads; calls to rob charity money from donation boxes from his religious temples, and he later offers lunch and honour certificates to the monks. It’s safe to say that he is a complete mental case.

Surprisingly, the UN, the USA, the UK, the ASEAN and the other countries are trying to negotiate with Min Aung Hlaing. They should have rather provided him with the right mental health professional for treatment. Anyway, this psychopath is an untrustworthy person and he doesn’t know what’s he doing. So, how can you even hold a conversation with such a mental case?

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