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December 9, 2013
The Common Sense Show
mentally ill obama
In the midst of the series I am writing in which I am detailing the existence of governmental plans to brutally subjugate the people, it dawned upon me that a President can have all the draconian legislation behind him that he needs to carry out a brutal agenda against his people or a segment of his population without having the psychological makeup to do so. This article examines whether Obama has the psychological make-up to carry out such an agenda.
Obama confessing ineligibility? ~ (“…Obama unconsciously confesses his illegal presidency was a secret revolution against America…”)
A psychiatrist and forensic profiler who decoded O.J. Simpson’s “suicide note,” deciphered the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note and worked on the Natalee Holloway murder case now has analyzed the United Nations speech by Barack Obama and says the president confessed he’s ineligible for the Oval Office and told Americans they must use the Constitution to solve the problem.
Andrew G. Hodges, M.D., author of “The Obama Confession: Secret Fear, Secret Fury,” at the suggestion of WND examined Obama’s Sept. 25 address at the U.N. and offered his analysis.
He uses a unique psycholinguistic technique he calls “ThoughtPrint Decoding” to “read between the lines” of people’s statements – called “the cutting-edge of forensic science” by expert investigators.
Psychologist Dr. Paul Fick Says Obama Psychologically Damaged ‘Beyond Narcissism,’ Offers Details to Press
Dr. Fick is a very experienced, clinical and forensic psychologist. He has completed a lengthy, detailed, scientific study of President Obama. The result is the announcement that Obama is severely psychologically damaged, according to Dr. Fick. He is willing to provide full details of his research, evaluation, findings, and recommendations for therapy.
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March 20, 2012
“The right to think is a battle being fought today.” – Richard Stallman: “The Right to Think: Existential Education in the era of Personal Cybernetics,” 1997. Communications of the ACM, Volume 40, Number 2.
“The repression and revised imposition of September 11th and the attendant “war on terror” on the public mind have important implications not only for the integrity of public discourse, but also for the collective sanity of western culture and civilization. As crafted by dominant news media 9/11 has become the cracked lens through which we view and conceive of our own history, identity, and purpose.” – James Tracy: 9/11 Truth, Inner Consciousness, and the “Public Mind,” March 18, 2012.
“It’s massive. And I think that focuses the mind. It makes you think in a different way. It makes you think anew.” – International terrorist, war criminal, and former Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz speaking about the 9/11 attacks on PBS on September 14, 2001.
“I assume you all know what I mean by fundamentalist materialism. It is that school of materialism which is like unto fundamentalist religion in that it is absolutely dogmatic and sure of itself in all respects, and has no doubts about anything. It’s main propaganda arm in the United States is the Committee for Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal, otherwise known as CSICOP for short. And although they are opposed to all forms of mysticism, they have their own mantra, and it works just like an ordinary Hindu mantra. It quiets anxieties, it stills the restless mind, it ends the perpetual inquiring and questioning and wondering, and eventually it stops thought entirely. Their mantra is: It was only a coincidence. It was only a coincidence. It was only a coincidence.” – Robert Anton Wilson, from, “RAW Explains Everything: The New Inquisition,” 1988.
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.….Barack Obama rarely indulges in public displays of dictatorial arrogance. He leaves this to underlings like Eric Holder, Leon Panetta, FBI Director Robert Mueller, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. In testimony before separate congressional committees on the same day (March 7), Panetta and Mueller made clear the president’s view that his power to kill people – both at home and abroad – is not subject to congressional checks or legal restraints of any kind.
In testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta pointedly refused to recognize that Congress, not the president, has the constitutional authority to commit the United States military to war overseas. Panetta provoked outrage among conservatives by claiming that the UN Security Council or NATO could authorize military intervention abroad. However, less attention was paid to the fact that Panetta’s formulation cut Congress out of this matter entirely – a logical and predictable extension of the Bush administration’s claim that the president, in his role as Grand and Glorious Decider, has plenary authority to wage war wherever he chooses, against whatever target he selects.
On the same day, FBI Director Robert Mueller was asked about Holder’s claim – made before an audience of law students at Northwestern University a few days earlier – that the president can order the execution of American citizens without trial or due process of any kind. Mueller was specifically asked if that applies to Americans living at home, as well as abroad. He artlessly ducked the question by claiming he would “have to go back” and check if it was addressed in administration policy.
The president has not been granted authority to order the assassination of anyone, of course. Doing so is (in descending order of seriousness) an act of criminal homicide and an impeachable offense. Or at least it would be considered as much by anybody other than those who subscribe to the perverse idea that the president is a figure who transcends the law, who “unassailable holds onto his rank,” irrespective of the moral nature of his actions.
Let’s deal with this fact: we lost the Afghanistan war. We lost the Iraq war. Why? George W. Bush didn’t know or understand what he was getting into when he decided to “shock and awe” the Iraqi people. He failed to study the fact that all empires that have marched into Afghanistan—withdrew with their tails between their legs.
Sweden gave Barack Obama the Noble Peace Prize without merit in hopes that he would get the message and withdraw from Iraq and Afghanistan. He failed to take the hint. Three years later, we still maintain armies in Iraq and Afghanistan.