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Pitbull Owners Are Sociopaths

Permanent Linkby Chainsaw on Tue Jun 27, 2017 8:14 pm


FIRST: I don't believe all pitbull owners are sociopaths, and I believe this because most pitbull owners are not aware of the danger of their own dog. They also believe the lies they are being told by pitbull lobbyists. Some owners believe that they have saved the life of the pitbull, but they don't know that it may cost the live of innocent children. Examples of these myths [lies or manipulations] are:

"Pitbulls have been nannydogs."
"All dogs bite, pitbulls aren't different."
"Labradors bite more then pitbulls."
"They [pitbulls] are good with children."
"Fighting and killing is not in their genes."

Pitbulls were bred to fight and kill, just like some other dogs were bred on qualities that made them good guarddogs. Pitbulls are bred to have qualities that make them better fightdogs. Looking at their body is enough proof for this. Their jaw makes them capable of inflicting maximal damage.

The different between a pitbull attack and a labrador attack is that a pitbull won't stop. A pitbull attack isn't a bite. A labrador will bite once and leave as soon as possible, since most dogs are conflict-avoiding. Barking is a mechanism that is being used to make the threat leave, that's why dogs start barking at each other. Pitbulls, on the other hand, will keep biting till their victim is dead. They are bred to do this.

Pitbulls don't avoid conflict. And most of all: they don't bark before they attack. Owners of these fighting dogs often say: "It was unexpected. My pitbull never barked or growled at anyone, and now he's suddenly murdering my child!" Pitbulls don't bark before they attack because that's a way of avoiding a conflict, and as stated before, they are not like normal dogs who want to avoid fights and conflicts. They love to fight.

YES, pitbulls have murdered children. They have killed innocent babies. Look it up at www.dogsbite.org, www.animals24-7.org, www.daxtonsfriends.com, www.nationalpitbullvictimawareness.com. These sites give you more information and statistics about these dangerous dogs. But now I want to talk about the personality of the pitbull onwers who are presented with these facts. It's not how you raise them!


If you have studies the dangers about pitbulls, you may be wondering why people have these dogs. Are they stupid? I think they are! The proof against these dogs is clear. No other dog has been such a political problem. There's a reason for that: pitbulls don't bite - they maul and kill.
These people own these dogs because:

1) They believe they are doing the dog a favour. (LOL, no! Only the shelter and pitbull breeders!)
2) They hope the pitbull can protect them. (This dog has no guard qualities!)
3) They believe all the crap they've heard. (Naive people like that cannot raise any dog!)

People who have such a dog because of the above reasons seem normal dog owners. And when you present them the overwhelming evidence against this dog as family pet, you would expect them to think again. Maybe they would throw the pitbull out of their house, as most people don't want to risk being responsible for a family members death. No. Pitbull owners seem to be different from other dog owners.

Could it be that their weirdness was actually the subconscious reason for taking such a dog?
Well, a study has showen that pitbull owners are more likely to be antisocial or psychopathic.

I have nothing against antisocials or psychopaths, lol, I'm one myself, but they are the lowest of the low functioning, in my opinion because they own this stupid killer machine. Their arguments for having these dogs are insane. I was surprised to hear that these people may be psychopathic, because owning a pitbull and having a normal/high IQ are not compatible.

But that doesn't mean that the research isn't accurate. It's actually very accurate if you look at pitbull owners and the criteria for antisocial personality disorder. They fit almost every symptom, simply for owning this $#%^ bull!


Really. This is not even a sarcastic blog entry, it's just that they fit enough symptoms:

1. failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behaviors as indicated by repeatedly performing acts that are grounds for arrest

Most pitbull owners don't leash their dog. This risk is so big that you could call it attempted manslaughter. Pitbull owners have been succesfully sued for manslaughter in the past. So yes, not leashing the pitbull should be a crime they are commiting on a daily basis. Bringing other people near the pitbull is also attempted manslaughter.

2. deceitfulness, as indicated by repeated lying, use of aliases, or conning others for personal profit or pleasure

The myths about pitbulls described but debunked at www.dogsbite.org are typical sayings of the psychopathic pitbull lobbyist. Yes, there are some pitbull owners who don't know that these myths have been debunked. But those who know and still repeat them, just to distract other people, are liars.

3. impulsivity or failure to plan ahead

Anyone who owns a pitbull while thinking that this is not a problem, is very likely an impulsive person. Pitbull owners haven't researched the dog before they bought it. They just hear some myth about these dog bred and decide to go with it.

4. irritability and aggressiveness, as indicated by repeated physical fights or assaults

Walking with a pitbull is assault IMO. Most pitbull lobbyists get agressive when you tell them the truth. Try it. All of them have the same reaction.

5. reckless disregard for safety of self or others

This one actually speaks for itself. The amount of pitbull victims is too high to deny it, yet these pitbulls owners are still taking the risk. Instead of admitting that these dogs are dangerous - especially for small children - they make pictures of a baby in a room full of pitbulls. All pitbull owners like this creepy picture and they would do it their own without hestitation.

7. lack of remorse, as indicated by being indifferent to or rationalizing having hurt, mistreated, or stolen from another.

Yes. When the National Pitbull Victim Awareness had an awareness day or something about the victims of these dogs [a lot of them have passed away, are amputees or are physically disabled], these pitbull lobbyists felt a need to disturb the day by comming at the congress with their pitbulls.

B. The individual is at least age 18 years.


C. There is evidence of conduct disorder with onset before age 15 years.

This is not clear.

D. The occurrence of antisocial behavior is not exclusively during the course of schizophrenia or a manic episode.

No. Although some of them could be mentally retarded, this doesn't exclude ASPD.


LITERATURE: Ragatz, L., Fremouw, W., Thomas, T. and McCoy, K. (2009), Vicious Dogs: The Antisocial Behaviors and Psychological Characteristics of Owners. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 54: 699–703. doi: 10.1111/j.1556-4029.2009.01001.x
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