Sense of Entitlement

A sense of entitlement is a personality trait based on the belief that someone deserves special treatment or recognition for something they didn’t earn. In other words, people with this mindset believe that the world owes them without ever giving anything in return.

What Is a Sense of Entitlement? – Verywell Mind

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Self-esteem and narcissism

Delusion of Grandeur

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White Savior Complex

Pathological Altruism

Soft bigotry of low expectations

Preferential Treatment

Affirmative Action

Empowerment

Victim Olympics / Oppression Olympics

Tragedy of the commons

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Narcissists, Psychopaths, & Manipulators Are More Likely To Engage In “Virtuous Victim Signaling”, Study Finds.

New study shows that leftists, and especially those who identify as Marxists, suffer from mental illness more often.

The Karen Mindset: The Psychology of Entitlement

“Moral high ground”

Virtue Signalling

Grandstand

Ivory Tower

Woke

Woke Capital

SJW

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The Frankfurt School and Critical Theory – Cultural Marxism

The Four stages of ideological subversion

The long march through the institutions

Rules for Radicals

Divide and Rule

Ruling Class

Controlled Opposition

Psychological Warfare

Psychological Manipulation

False Flag

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Both Environment and Genetic Makeup Influence Behavior

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