Shahzeb Nassrullah

It saddens me to read the misdirected outrage expressed and the uninformed attacks made on the character of the victims of this sociopath. Predators instinctively target vulnerable people that have been exploited or damaged in their primary relationships. All of his victims deserve our compassion, starting with his wife. Every story told by every woman abused testifies to how he lacks empathy, relies on lies and manipulation to get what he wants, and is only obvious to the friends or family who are powerless to intervene until his victim realizes that his actions contradict all the promises he makes. If this site is designed to warn others about potential predators, why is there such a focus on the women who have been duped and used by him? It’s been said here that he routinely lied to the women he targeted about his true marital status and continued to feed each woman whatever line that was specific to her needs in order to prolong the opportunity to suck her dry. (For example, a tendency toward guilt arising from some mistaken sense of responsibility for anyone who presents as needy; perhaps feelings of not being good enough and the overhelming desire to please, hoping to receive love in return … whatever). Try to bear in mind, when poised to criticize and condemn the behavior of his victims, that this guy is an equal opportunity con man and that to try to assign blame to those he’s manipulated instead of holding him responsible for his words and his deeds, is buying into his attempts to deny culpability and create (not so very original) excuses to justify his crimes.Let’s stop vilifying the victims, and maintain focus on the proper subject of blame- he, himself, “his majesty, the baby”. This is the only path that can unite us as compassionate human beings instead of pitting us, one against the other, distracting us and deluding us to adopt a worldview dominated by the idea of scarcity, with men at the center as the necessary resource that renders the concept of quality irrelevant, and endows any random guy some inherent desirability.

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