Sunday, August 30, 2015

Clinical Proof that Most Politicians and CEO’s Are Certifiably Insane

Clinical Proof that

Most Politicians

Cartoon of a Crazy Man Wearing a Straight Jacket clipartand CEO’s
Crazy Guy Wearing a Straight Jacket clipart
Are Certifiably Insane

After writing one of my most recent articles with regard to what
currency devaluation taking down a country's economy—as the
Chinese are gobbling up all of our important economic assets—
many people wrote to me asking me when the total collapse is
going to happen. The short answer is that I have a hard time
predicting the actions of psychopaths. All of us have a hard time
predicting the action of others who are so different from the
mainstream of America because most of us do not think like
psychopaths. However, I can state with certainty that when the
last mortgage has been stolen and the last pension has been
confiscated, then it will be time to collapse the dollar and plunge
this country into a hellish nightmare.
Our country should be dubbed the United States of Psychopathology.
Psychopaths are at the root of the world's problems. They kill hundreds
of millions in wars which serve no purpose except to enrich the
psychopaths. Subsequently, psychopaths, such as the Rockefellers
and the Rothschilds, recruit already compromised psychopaths to do
their bidding in both elected office and as the CEOs of Fortune 500
corporations, as well as in key administrative positions.

The Whole Country Is Going Crazy
The United States of America is presently undergoing
a mental health crisis. An estimated 26.2% of Americans ages 18
and older suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year.
This figure translates to almost 60 million people who have a
diagnosable mental illness. Even though mental disorders are
widespread within the population, the main burden of illness is
concentrated in a much smaller proportion, which is confined to
about 6% of the population, or about 1 in 17 who suffer from a serious
mental illness. In nearly half (45%) of those with any mental disorder,
they meet criteria for two or more disorders. In the U.S., mental
disorders are diagnosed based on the
Most (over 65%) of the diagnosed mental health disorders are reactive
in nature to a faulty environment and are common to a population being
placed under dire stress. As would be expected, anxiety disorders lead
the way and can manifest themselves in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
(common to veterans in combat), various social phobias, eating disorders
(at record levels), and depression (rising at an alarming rate).
Genetic factors are thought to generally play a role in about 30-50% of
all mental illnesses. However, the bulk of symptoms are maladaptive
responses to a negative environment. In other words, the sheep may
not be outwardly rebelling, but their unconscious minds are stating that
the New World Order is not fit to live in. 

Psychopath or Sociopath?
The terms psychopath and sociopath were in vogue 30 years ago in the
mental health field. We still see the use of these terms to describe morally
deprived people who commit heinous acts of some sort against other
human beings. However, on an official level, the terms have been rolled
up into one clinical term, Anti-Social Personal Disorder (ASPD).

I contend that most of the mental illnesses that we are seeing in today's
America are reactive to the depraved nature of those that seek power
over others. It is becoming quite clear that when we closely examine
the mental health of many in power, they exhibit the hallmark traits of
people with diagnosable ASPD.


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