I saw the words, “She is not capable of simple human kindness” and knew that this article merited posting for all those in the readership who are interested in the Diabolical Narcissism research done in this space over the years. A person “not capable of simple human kindness” is a person who has voluntarily purged charity (love) from their soul. This is a person who despises love and all that proceeds from it as a contemptible weakness.
These people seem so utterly trivial, especially now, but reading the testimony of Andre Leon Talley, the black American sodomite fashion editor of Vogue magazine for many years, pretty much every box was ticked in his description of Anna Wintour and his “friendship” with her. Wintour has long been suspected of sociopathy to the extent that a movie was even made about her and her Diabolical Narcissism, the aptly-named “The Devil Wears Prada”.
Very simply put, Talley was Wintour’s number one hag fag for many years, until he no longer was “cool” or of “use” to her, and then she dropped him. Even the sodomite Talley was taken aback and hurt.
Talley, a flaming sodomite, so his testimony must be viewed in light of his own severe issues, describes the TEXTBOOK behavior of the Diabolical Narcissist, grooming people that she (in this case) deems useful, and then the cold shoulder/silent treatment, and then the full turning. Talley describes the obsession of Wintour with power, status and connections as the sole basis of any relationship.
Another very telling quote comes from Graydon Carter, former editor of Vanity Fair magazine, which is owned by the same holding company as Vogue:
‘One day she treats me like a good friend and a colleague, and the next day, she treats me as if she had just handed over her keys to an unknown parking valet.’
Exactly. Don’t think that such behavior isn’t conscious and meticulously pre-planned and enjoyed. Diabolical Narcissists derive massive satisfaction, or the technical term “narcissistic supply”, from treating other people, most especially people that they cultivate the appearance of “relationship” or even “love” with – whether it be in the context of a spousal relationship, a friendship, a co-worker or even clergy, with extreme cruelty. They hurt others for sport, sometimes to a degree that can only be described as murderous – murderous of soul.
Talley garners very little sympathy from me. He knew and saw exactly what Anna Wintour was, how she treated her staff and co-workers, waitstaff in restaurants, pretty much every other human being EXCEPT those that she deemed “useful” and sufficiently “elite”. Talley was fine with her behavior for all of those years just so long as he wasn’t on the receiving end of her abusiveness, and benefitted from her mafia-like largess. It was ONLY when Wintour turned on HIM that he decided that her evil behavior was problematic. Well, cry me a river, Andre. If you lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas. Every time.
Talley, like most hag fags, is what I refer to as a “Beta DN”. Beta Diabolical Narcissists attach themselves to Alpha DNs, sometimes sociopathic women, and operate as their emotionally (and oftentimes financially) co-dependent lapdogs, providing the Alpha DN woman with “amusement” and groveling submission and flattery..
The reason why my Diabolical Narcissism video presentation is sub-titled “Remember Lot’s Wife” is because the best thing one can do when confronted with a Diabolical Narcissist is to GET AWAY AND DON’T LOOK BACK (lest one turn into a proverbial pillar of salt) – and no, that is most certainly NOT the “same thing” as the DN’s behavior. Accusing a victim or abuse target of a Diabolical Narcissist who breaks the abuse-enabling linkage of doing the “same thing” as the DN is TEXTBOOK GASLIGHTING – one of the key weapons on the Diabolical Narcissist, the other being PROJECTION – falsely accusing the victim of exactly the crimes and sins that the DN is guilty of. Politicians, in particular, are notorious for engaging in Projection.
I’ll conclude with the Diabolical Narcissist’s prayer:
The Diabolical Narcissist’s Prayer
That didn’t happen.
And if it did happen, it wasn’t that bad.
And if it was that bad, that’s not a big deal.
And if it is a big deal, that’s not my fault.
And if it was my fault, I didn’t mean it.
And if I did mean it…
You deserved it.