Herein the term Albino is used almost exclusively to describe the type people currently inhabiting Europe and other parts, who are formerly of Central Asia. The reason for use of this terminology is first and foremost clinical, it is the medical definition for people with their disease.
Definition of Albinism:
From source #1 - Albinism: A group of genetic disorders in which there is partial or total lack of the pigment melanin in the eyes, skin, and hair.
From the Mayo Clinic Staff:
Albinism includes a group of inherited disorders that are characterized by little or no production of the pigment melanin. The type and amount of melanin your body produces determines the color of your skin, hair and eyes. Most people with albinism are sensitive to sun exposure and are at increased risk of developing skin cancer. Although there's no cure for albinism, people with the disorder can take steps to protect their skin and maximize their vision. Some people with albinism may feel socially isolated or experience discrimination.
But most importantly from Thefreedictionary.com/albinism: (The reason why this definition is most important will be explained below).
Albinism is a rare disorder found in fewer than five people per 100,000 in the United States and Europe. Other parts of the world have a much higher rate; for example, albinism is found in about 20 out of every 100,000 people in southern Nigeria. There are 10 types of the most common form of the condition, known as "oculocutaneous albinism," which affects the eyes, hair, and skin. In its most severe form, hair and skin remain pure white throughout life. People with a less severe form are born with white hair and skin, which turn slightly darker as they age. Everyone with oculocutaneous albinism experiences abnormal flickering eye movements (nystagmus) and sensitivity to bright light. There may be other eye problems as well, including poor vision and crossed or "lazy" eyes (strabismus). The second most common type of the condition is known as "ocular" albinism, in which only the eyes lack color; skin and hair are normal. There are five forms of ocular albinism; some types cause more problems-especially eye problems-than others.
Full Definition of ALBINO
:an organism exhibiting deficient pigmentation; especially : a human being that is congenitally deficient in pigment and usually has a milky or translucent skin, white or colorless hair, and eyes with pink or blue iris and deep-red pupil
Origin of ALBINO
Portuguese, from Spanish, from albo white, from Latin albus. First Known Use: 1777
(Albino = White: White = Albino).
Like the definition from Thefreedictionary.com above: most Albino sources for definitions and explanations of Albinism are lies to one extent or another. For example, since all White Europeans are Albino, or derived from Albino, the assertion that Albinism is rare in Europe is an unconscionable lie. Likewise, the assertion that the less severe forms of Albinism also include white hair and skin, is a lie intended to impart the idea that all Albinos have White Skin and Hair: since these symtoms are indeed rare: it would also follow for this lie, that Albinism itself is rare, which is itself a "Pure" lie. All of these lies serve to confuse the everyday Albino, and has them acting in ways that are contrary to the reality of their condition.
Clearly the Gypsy boy above is a (OCA2) Type 2 Albino
Clearly the Scottish boy below is a (OCA1) Type 1 Albino
Sean Dunne @irishcentral May 27,2015 04:00 AM
Have you ever wondered where the Irish get their light skin color from? Well, it appears we may now have the answer. A major new US study at Penn State University has found that Europeans' light skin stems from a gene mutation from a single person who lived 10,000 years ago. Scientists made the discovery after identifying a key gene that contributes to lighter skin color in Europeans, and the Irish fall into this category.
The Mail Online reports that, in earlier research, Keith Cheng from Penn State College of Medicine reported that one amino acid difference in the gene SLC24A5 is a key contributor to the skin color difference between Europeans and West Africans. This is undoubtedly where the Irish get their light skin from. "The mutation in SLC24A5 changes just one building block in the protein, and contributes about a third of the visually striking differences in skin tone between peoples of African and European ancestry," he said.
Cheng and his team studied segments of genetic code that have a mutation and are located closely on the same chromosome and are often inherited together. The mutation, called A111T, is found in virtually everyone of European ancestry. A111T is also found in populations in the Middle East and Indian subcontinent, but not in high numbers in Africans.
All individuals from the Middle East, North Africa, East Africa and South India who carry the A111T mutation share traces of the ancestral genetic code. According to the researchers, this indicates that all existing instances of this mutation originate from the same person. The pattern of people with this lighter skin color mutation suggests that the A111T mutation occurred somewhere between the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent.
‘This means that Middle Easterners and South Indians, which includes most inhabitants of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, share significant ancestry,’ Professor Cheng said. Professor Cheng now plans to look at more genetic samples to better understand what role genes play in East Asian skin color. Perhaps he will take a look into where Irish redheads come from after this.
Here is another one
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI — Most of us think of Europe as the ancestral home of white people. But a new study shows that pale skin, as well as other traits such as tallness and the ability to digest milk as adults, arrived in most of the continent relatively recently. The work, presented here last week at the 84th annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, offers dramatic evidence of recent evolution in Europe and shows that most modern Europeans don’t look much like those of 8000 years ago.
The origins of Europeans have come into sharp focus in the past year as researchers have sequenced the genomes of ancient populations, rather than only a few individuals. By comparing key parts of the DNA across the genomes of 83 ancient individuals from archaeological sites throughout Europe, the international team of researchers reported earlier this year that Europeans today are a mix of the blending of at least three ancient populations of hunter-gatherers and farmers who moved into Europe in separate migrations over the past 8000 years. The study revealed that a massive migration of Yamnaya herders from the steppes north of the Black Sea may have brought Indo-European languages to Europe about 4500 years ago.
Now, a new study from the same team drills down further into that remarkable data to search for genes that were under strong natural selection—including traits so favorable that they spread rapidly throughout Europe in the past 8000 years. By comparing the ancient European genomes with those of recent ones from the 1000 Genomes Project, population geneticist Iain Mathieson, a postdoc in the Harvard University lab of population geneticist David Reich, found five genes associated with changes in diet and skin pigmentation that underwent strong natural selection.
First, the scientists confirmed an earlier report that the hunter-gatherers in Europe could not digest the sugars in milk 8000 years ago, according to a poster. They also noted an interesting twist: The first farmers also couldn’t digest milk. The farmers who came from the Near East about 7800 years ago and the Yamnaya pastoralists who came from the steppes 4800 years ago lacked the version of the LCT gene that allows adults to digest sugars in milk. It wasn’t until about 4300 years ago that lactose tolerance swept through Europe.
When it comes to skin color, the team found a patchwork of evolution in different places, and three separate genes that produce light skin, telling a complex story for how European’s skin evolved to be much lighter during the past 8000 years. The modern humans who came out of Africa to originally settle Europe about 40,000 years are presumed to have had dark skin, which is advantageous in sunny latitudes. And the new data confirm that about 8500 years ago, early hunter-gatherers in Spain, Luxembourg, and Hungary also had darker skin: They lacked versions of two genes—SLC24A5 and SLC45A2—that lead to depigmentation and, therefore, pale skin in Europeans today.
But in the far north—where low light levels would favor pale skin—the team found a different picture in hunter-gatherers: Seven people from the 7700-year-old Motala archaeological site in southern Sweden had both light skin gene variants, SLC24A5 and SLC45A2. They also had a third gene, HERC2/OCA2, which causes blue eyes and may also contribute to light skin and blond hair. Thus ancient hunter-gatherers of the far north were already pale and blue-eyed, but those of central and southern Europe had darker skin.
Then, the first farmers from the Near East arrived in Europe; they carried both genes for light skin. As they interbred with the indigenous hunter-gatherers, one of their light-skin genes swept through Europe, so that central and southern Europeans also began to have lighter skin. The other gene variant, SLC45A2, was at low levels until about 5800 years ago when it swept up to high frequency.
The team also tracked complex traits, such as height, which are the result of the interaction of many genes. They found that selection strongly favored several gene variants for tallness in northern and central Europeans, starting 8000 years ago, with a boost coming from the Yamnaya migration, starting 4800 years ago. The Yamnaya have the greatest genetic potential for being tall of any of the populations, which is consistent with measurements of their ancient skeletons. In contrast, selection favored shorter people in Italy and Spain starting 8000 years ago, according to the paper now posted on the bioRxiv preprint server. Spaniards, in particular, shrank in stature 6000 years ago, perhaps as a result of adapting to colder temperatures and a poor diet.
Surprisingly, the team found no immune genes under intense selection, which is counter to hypotheses that diseases would have increased after the development of agriculture.
The paper doesn’t specify why these genes might have been under such strong selection. But the likely explanation for the pigmentation genes is to maximize vitamin D synthesis, said paleoanthropologist Nina Jablonski of Pennsylvania State University (Penn State), University Park, as she looked at the poster’s results at the meeting. People living in northern latitudes often don’t get enough UV to synthesize vitamin D in their skin so natural selection has favored two genetic solutions to that problem—evolving pale skin that absorbs UV more efficiently or favoring lactose tolerance to be able to digest the sugars and vitamin D naturally found in milk. “What we thought was a fairly simple picture of the emergence of depigmented skin in Europe is an exciting patchwork of selection as populations disperse into northern latitudes,” Jablonski says. “This data is fun because it shows how much recent evolution has taken place.”
Anthropological geneticist George Perry, also of Penn State, notes that the work reveals how an individual’s genetic potential is shaped by their diet and adaptation to their habitat. “We’re getting a much more detailed picture now of how selection works.”
Clearly then, Albino is who and what, modern Europeans are, and without an understanding and acceptance of that fact, there is no way to understand the historical behaviors, or the histories, generated by these Albinos. To aid in our understanding of the European Albino, lets now go all the way back to their beginnings. Lets go back to Africa, to the pre- Out of Africa migrations times, which saw Africans explore and settle the rest of planet Earth.
At the Earths Equator in Africa, the climate is as follows:
12 hours of daylight year round, Daytime temp. 86 degrees, Nighttime temp. 70 degrees, UV radiation 11 (the maximum) year round. In that kind of UV environment the Sun ravages an Albinos body, thus an Albino cannot hunt reliably, and most certainly cannot farm effectively. Leaving Albinos to be burdens on their families and Clans.
As people who could not carry their own load, Albinos were of course subjected to denigration and abuse by normal Blacks. Today, that abuse goes so far as to include hacking off the Hands, Legs, or other body parts of Albinos, for use in Charms, Spells, and other machinations of Shamans/Witch Doctors. And for all we know, this may be ancient and original behavior.
Note on another terminology - Caucasian:
When the Albino people first began to create their fake history, it was decided that they came from the Caucasus Mountains area of modern Georgia, which serves as a border region between Europe and Asia. They also assigned a phenotype to the term Caucasian. While it is a silly lie that the European Albinos came from the Caucasus: (actually the Black Colchians of "Jason and the Argonauts" quest for the Golden Fleece fame, in the writings of Herodotus, were the real Caucasians). The assigned phenotype: (High Nosebridge, Round Eyes, Thin to moderate lips, Straight hair), serves well to differentiate Dravidians, and thus by extension, Dravidian Albinos.
For reasons unknown to us, the Black Dravidians of India produce the most Albinos per family, and it is from these Dravidians that the Caucasian type Albino subRace arose. It is a matter of common sense to conclude that when opportunity presented itself, Albino Dravidians wasted no time in joining their Black brethren in their exit from Africa, circa 60,000 – 50,000 B.C. Sometime after the Dravidians reached what is now called India, where the climate is much the same as in Africa, the Dravidian Albinos, in a quest for cooler temperatures and weaker Sunshine, continued on northward across the Hindu Kush mountains and into Central Asia: and there in Asia they stayed for unknown thousands of years.
Then suddenly, for unknown acts or transgressions, the Mongol Huns Chased almost all of the Albino tribes (Germanics and Slavs), but not Turks, out of Asia and into Europe - circa 370 A.D.
But this was just the last phase, Central Asian Albinos had entered Europe from many directions over the centuries, The Roman historian Tacitus, circa 100 A.D. (note: Romans were actually Blacks/Albinos and resultant mulattoes), from an earlier invasion by a previous wave of Albinos from Central Asia - circa 1,200 B.C.
Tacitus described the "New" Albinos (Germanics) thusly: From his book: Germany Book 1 
4. Quote: For my own part, I agree with those who think that the tribes of Germany (not the same as modern Germany), are free from all taint of intermarriages with foreign nations, and that they appear as a distinct, unmixed race, like none but themselves. Hence, too, the same physical peculiarities throughout so vast a population. All have fierce blue eyes, red hair, huge frames, fit only for a sudden exertion. They are less able to bear laborious work. Heat and thirst they cannot in the least endure; to cold and hunger their climate and their soil inure them.
Clearly there are few modern White people who look like the Boy above: though he is an exact match to Tacitus' description of the incoming Albinos from Central Asia circa 100 A.D.
The reason for that is quite simple, the combination of certain Black men preferring Albino females, and Albino females preference for darker males, has over the generations, created an Albino Race that is now mostly made up of Quadroons (1/4), Octoroons (1/8), and Quintroons (1/16). That is why the definition of European Albino includes the term "Derived".
As a result, both the "Red" Hair and "Blue" Eyes that once defined Albinos and the White Race, are now becoming rarities. Now about 1 to 2 percent of the human population has red hair, with some places like Ireland having much more. A 2002 study found that the prevalence of blue eye color among the white population in the United States to be 33.8% for those born from 1936 through 1951, compared with 57.4% for those born from 1899 through 1905. Most recently, that percentage has dwindled to about 17 percent. Worldwide, the number of people with blue eyes is even less, at only about eight percent. This is all due to Black admixture, whether it be directly from Black to Albino, or indirectly, as from a "ROON" (a dark "Derived" Albino), of one type or another, to an Albino.
From Tacitus' description, we know immediately that the Dravidian Albinos now in Europe had not evolved in Central Asia: they still could not farm nor do heavy work, even though the milder Sun in Central Asia would have allowed them to Farm. Clearly then it was sometime during the “Modern Era” (after year “0” A.D.) that European Albinos acquired the genes (through Black admixture) which allowed them the strength and stamina to Farm.
Later, in about the seventh century, Mongols once again went to war to rid Asia of it's last Whites - the Turks!
Quote from The University of Calgary: Applied History Research Group - The End of Europe's Middle Ages
Pressured out of their homes in the Asian steppes by the Mongols, the Turkish tribes converted to Islam during the eighth and ninth centuries. By the tenth century, one of the Turkish tribes, the seljuk had become a significant power in the Islamic world and had adopted a settled life that included Islamic orthodoxy, a central administration, and taxation. However, many other Turkish groups remained nomadic and, pursuing the gazi tradition, sought to conquer land for Islam and to acquire war booty for themselves. This led them into conflict with the Seljuk Turks, and to pacify the nomadic tribes, the Seljuks directed them to the eastern domain of the Byzantine Empire, Anatolia. The tribe known as the Ottomans arose from one of the smaller emirates established in northwestern Anatolia after 1071. The dynasty was named for Osman (1259-1326), who began to expand his kingdom into the Byzantine Empire in Asia Minor, moving his capital to Bursa in 1326.
If we look back at the Albinos experiences and actions throughout history, we see that it has always been consistent with persons who have been incapable, and abused because of that lack of capability: unusual, and denigrated because they are unusual.
Common sense tells us that there is no way that a human being could come out of those experiences and environments without severe psychological and emotional damage. Albinos suffered mightily at the hands of Normal Black Humans, and as expected, the European Albino, formerly of Central Asia, does indeed demonstrate severe psychological and emotional damage in exacting revenge on Normal Black Humans. Though we do not know what atrocities the Albinos committed that caused them to be banished entirely from Asia, we do have some idea of what they did after they had settled in Europe.
In Europe, the Germanics caused the fall of the western Roman Empire, which had been created by indigenous European Blacks and the previous wave of Albinos from Central Asia, circa 1,200 B.C. Later, Black rule was reestablished by the Franks under Charlemagne with the founding of the Holy Roman Empire. In the 1400s, the Turks, who had originally entered the West as Slave Soldiers of the Black Arabs (Mamluks), destroyed the Black Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine Empire). Over the next few hundred years, the Albino peoples conspired to overthrow Black rule in Europe with an alternative Religion (Protestantism), and hundreds of wars, both big and small. Those European Blacks who survived the wars, were sooner or later shipped off to the Americas (mostly the Caribbean and North America), as indentured servants or as outright Slaves. Once that was accomplished, the Albinos began an Arms race, by which they acquired the most advanced weaponry to pursue a policy of world conquest and Albino domination of the world.
In the Americas, they cruelly used Slave labor for construction, mining, and Farming in areas where the Sun was too strong for them to work outdoors for long. The result of forced labor, and gratuitous killings, left 90 million of the 100 million original inhabitants of the Americas dead. (There were systematic killings for their land and goods, in addition to being killed through the overwork and malnutrition of Slavery. There was also the use of disease as a biological weapon, whereby indigenous Americans were purposefully infected with Smallpox and other such diseases. (The Albinos would give the Blankets and clothing of Europeans killed by diseases like Smallpox and Measles to impoverished indigenous Americans whose immune systems were already weak because of overwork and malnutrition). To cover these atrocities, the Albino people created a fake history whereby these monumental deaths were innocently caused by disease.
The European Albinos then headed East and South in search of conquest:
Britain then went on to conquer Australia, many Pacific Islands, New Zealand, Malaysia, the Territory of Papua and New Guinea, Hong Kong, and parts of Africa: and the Jewel in the crown of the British Empire - India! Where the tiny Islands of Britain were able to rule for 200 years, an immense country with a population many times that of its own.
The French took Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Annam, Cochin China, Tongking, Parts of Africa, and some Pacific Islands.
Germany took some pacific Islands and Parts of Africa.
The Dutch took Dutch East Indies (Indonesia), Malacca Taiwan (Tayowan), Tonkin/Annam (Vietnam) (Tonkin, Hoi An).
Spain took the Philippines, Guam, and some Pacific Islands.
In Africa the Albino holdings were as follows (in Alphabetical order):
Belgium - Belgian Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo), Lado Enclave, Ruanda-Urundi (Rwanda and Burundi).
Brandenburg - Arguin (in Mauritania), Brandenburger Gold Coast (coastal settlements in Ghana)
Britain - Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (Sudan), Basutoland (Lesotho), Bechuanaland (Botswana), British East Africa (Kenya), British Somaliland (northern Somalia), British Togoland (eastern Ghana), British Cameroons (split between Nigeria and Cameroon), British Egypt, Khedivate of Egypt, Sultanate of Egypt, Kingdom of Egypt, Gambia Colony and Protectorate, Gold Coast (Ghana), Colonial Nigeria, Niger Coast Protectorate, Northern Nigeria Protectorate, Southern Nigeria Protectorate, Colony and Protectorate of Nigeria, Northern Rhodesia (Zambia), Nyasaland (Malawi), Sierra Leone, South Africa, British Cape Colony, Colony of Natal, Orange Free State, Transvaal Colony, South-West Africa (Namibia), Walvis Bay, Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), Swaziland, Tanganyika Territory (mainland Tanzania), Uganda Protectorate, Sultanate of Zanzibar (insular Tanzania), Courland St. Andrews Island (in Gambia).
Denmark/Norway - Danish Gold Coast (coastal settlements in Ghana).
France - Albreda (in Gambia), Dahomey (Benin), French Algeria, French Cameroons (91% of modern Cameroon), French Chad, French Congo (Republic of Congo), French Guinea (Guinea), French Upper Volta (Republic of Upper Volta, Burkina Faso), French Somaliland (Djibouti), French Sudan (Mali), French Togoland (Togo), Gabon, Ivory Coast (Côte d'Ivoire), Malagasy Protectorate, Colonial Mauritania, French protectorate in Morocco (89% of Morocco), Niger, Oubangui-Chari (Central African Republic), Senegambia and Niger, Upper Senegal and Niger, Colony of Niger, French protectorate of Tunisia.
Germany - German East Africa (Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania), German South West Africa (Namibia), Kamerun (split between Cameroon and Nigeria), Togoland (split between Togo and Ghana), Wituland.
Italy - Italian East Africa, Italian Eritrea, Italian Libya, Italian Somaliland.
Netherlands - Arguin Island (in Mauritania), Dutch Cape Colony, Dutch Gold Coast (settlements along coast of Ghana, including El Mina), Dutch Loango-Angola (Luanda, Sonyo and Cabinda), Gorée (Senegal), Moçambique (Delagoa Bay), São Tomé.
Portugal - Ajuda (Whydah, in Benin), Angola, Annobon, Cabinda, Cape Verde, Ceuta Goree (in Senegal), Malindi Mombasa, Algarve Ultramar (Morocco), Agadir, Alcacer, Ceguer, Arzila Azamor, Mazagan, Mogador, Safim, Nigeria (Lagos area), Mozambique, Portuguese Gold Coast (settlements along coast of Ghana), Portuguese Guinea (Guinea-Bissau), Quíloa, São Tomé and Príncipe, Tangier, Zanzibar, Ziguinchor.
Spain – Bona, Bougie, Jerba, Fernando Po and Annobon (insular Equatorial Guinea), Oran, Port Guinea, Rio Muni (mainland Equatorial Guinea), Spanish North Africa, Spanish Protectorate in Morocco, Ceuta, Melilla, Spanish West Africa, Río de Oro, Saguia el-Hamra, Tarfaya Strip, Ifni.
Sweden - Swedish Gold Coast (coastal settlements in Ghana).
The Albinos were not able to conquer the Northern Mongol Nations of China, Korea and Japan (initially), but they did land troops there, and by use of force and threat of force, coerced them into trading with Europe.
Then after the Albinos had conquered all that they could conquer, they set about creating a fake history for themselves which was commensurate with their position as rulers of the world. In this fantasy history of theirs, they are the original people of Europe. Not only that, they are the original people of all the original civilizations of man: Including those in climates where they (the Albinos) could not work outdoors for very long: Egypt, Sumer, Elam, Assyria, Indus, Persia.
Psychopath and sociopath are pop psychology terms for what psychiatry calls an antisocial personality disorder. Today, these two terms are not really well-defined in the psychology research literature.
Nonetheless, there are some general differences between these two types of personality types, which we’ll talk about in this article.
Both types of personality have a pervasive pattern of disregard for the safety and rights of others. Deceit and manipulation are central features to both types of personality. And contrary to popular belief, a psychopath or sociopath is not necessarily violent. The common features of a psychopath and sociopath lie in their shared diagnosis — antisocial personality disorder. The DSM-5 defines antisocial personality as someone have 3 or more of the following traits:
1. Regularly breaks or flaunts the law
2. Constantly lies and deceives others
3. Is impulsive and doesn’t plan ahead
4. Can be prone to fighting and aggressiveness
5. Has little regard for the safety of others
6. Irresponsible, can’t meet financial obligations
7. Doesn’t feel remorse or guilt
Symptoms start before age 15, so by the time a person is an adult, they are well on their way to becoming a psychopath or sociopath.
Psychology researchers generally believe that psychopaths tends to be born — that it’s a genetic predisposition — while sociopaths tend to be made by their environment. Psychopathy might be related to physiological brain differences. Research has shown psychopaths have underdeveloped components of the brain commonly thought to be responsible for emotion regulation and impulse control. Psychopaths, in general, have a hard time forming real emotional attachments with others. Instead, they form artificial, shallow relationships designed to be manipulated in a way that most benefits the psychopath. People are seen as pawns to be used to forward the psychopath’s goals. Psychopaths rarely feel guilt regarding any of their behaviors, no matter how much they hurt others. But psychopaths can often be seen by others as being charming and trustworthy, holding steady, normal jobs. Some even have families and seemingly-loving relationships with a partner. While they tend to be well-educated, they may also have learned a great deal on their own. When a psychopath engages in criminal behavior, they tend to do so in a way that minimizes risk to themselves. They will carefully plan criminal activity to ensure they don’t get caught, having contingency plans in place for every possibility.
Researchers tend to believe that sociopathy is the result of environmental factors, such as a child or teen’s upbringing in a very negative household that resulted in physical abuse, emotional abuse, or childhood trauma. Sociopaths, in general, tend to be more impulsive and erratic in their behavior than their psychopath counterparts. While also having difficulties in forming attachments to others, some sociopaths may be able to form an attachment to a like-minded group or person. Unlike psychopaths, most sociopaths don’t hold down long-term jobs or present much of a normal family life to the outside world. When a sociopath engages in criminal behavior, they may do so in an impulsive and largely unplanned manner, with little regard for the risks or consequences of their actions. They may become agitated and angered easily, sometimes resulting in violent outbursts. These kinds of behaviors increase a sociopath’s chances of being apprehended.
Both psychopaths and sociopaths present risks to society, because they will often try and live a normal life while coping with their disorder. But psychopathy is likely the more dangerous disorder, because they experience a lot less guilt connected to their actions. A psychopath also has a greater ability to dissociate from their actions. Without emotional involvement, any pain that others suffer is meaningless to a psychopath. Many famous serial killers have been psychopaths. Not all people we’d call a psychopath or sociopath are violent. Violence is not a necessary ingredient (nor is it for a diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder) — but it is often present.
Throughout the Albinos rise to dominance, and his lies to explain his newfound position, the European Albino never considered what would happen when his lies were exposed, and perhaps more importantly to his own kind, the consequences of his own people believing his lies, and their failure to realize that regardless of their denials, they were indeed Albinos, subject to the same limitations as people who know and admit that they are Albinos. The following is an abject lesson in the cost of that denial.