Friday, January 27, 2017

A harmless schizophrenic man with paranoia in remission sees Donald Trump's rambling CIA speech and calls him a dangerous, provocative, grandiose, paranoid sociopath with religious pathology.

January 21, 2017. Trump rambles on and on, nonsensically at times, in his speech to the CIA, especially when he indicates he's gonna "keep the oil" as he attacks ISIS. "Maybe we'll have another chance" to take it from the MidEast, he said. Here he provokes terrorist networks and empowers them to recruit more followers, no doubt.

Disorganized speech is one of his clear signs of paranoid sociopathic pathology. Look at this office from the movie about John Nash, the "renowned" schizophrenic Princeton University Mathematics professor. Ron Howard, A Beautiful Mind director, captured the nature of our disorganized thinking, as reflected in our behaviors and speech patterns.

Schizophrenics have only one personality each and we are rarely dangerous—despite the completely false and the wildly-exaggerated myths about us. Psychiatry ought to change this label and we'll tell them what they can call us, instead of the other way around. They know the word causes us stigma, but they don't fix it. Why not? They know it harms us. And you can't blame the public for thinking we have split personalities. The word derives into "split brain" or "split mind," from the original Greek root words. We're nothing of the sort. It must be intent. Psychiatry wants the public to fear us. Otherwise, they'd change the label. We've asked, and they won't. They make big money locking us up into abusive institutions against our will, whether we need it or not. This is a felony and it's called "false imprisonment" when we're so often obviously completely harmless to ourselves and others. They need the public to fear us, in order to profit. What else could explain it? Nevertheless, a paranoid sociopath like Trump is dangerous, as so we may opine, with evidence to support the argument.

Therefore, I know a paranoid man when I see one. Psychiatry has no clue about how it feels to be us. Common sense folk wisdom dictates this undeniable fact. So we are the best authority on the relative sanity vs. insanity of Donald Trump, not the medical profession, and not the PhD psychologists. This only follows, and logically so. So it's with the utmost epistemological (philosophy of knowing) confidence of first-hand experience with my own severe mental illness that I can say it, and I can be sure when I say it, that Donald Trump is a paranoid man. And so is the USA's international spy agency chock-full-o' honest-to-goodness lunatics, no doubt. History shows us how vicious they are. This is no secret, not any more top than the unquestioned fact that Pope Frances is a Catholic is the utmost form and classified information, privy only to them. Anyhow, I'm in remission. He's full blown. Trump needs to take his antipsychotics and so do his CIA spies. It's no coincidence that he spoke to them first. That's what an extreme nutcase of a president would do, my friends.

Moreover, and as a note on the side, it's a well-known fact among the public-at-large, -writ-large, that Forced Psychiatry and Forced Behavioral Psychology are an equally-harsh pair of extremely-dangerous, clearly-diagnosable severe mental illnesses, but not according to their falsifiable bibles and ethics codes, only ours. This is no secret, either. The Mad Pride and the NeuroDiversity Autism Pride Survivor Movements have published reams of anecdotal evidence self-reports on the PTSD traumas they cause us, but this is a matter of importance for another set of posts. 

Nonetheless, other SchizoTribe features Donald Trump exhibits are his grandiosity, his religiosity, and his finding of enemies where enemies don't lurk and I elaborate more below.

In this speech he said, "As you know I have a running war with the media. They are among the most dishonest human beings on Earth.... I always call them, 'the dishonest media,' ... although they did treat me nicely on that speech yesterday."

To his CIA audience he said, "The military gave us tremendous percentages of votes.... and probably almost everybody in this room voted for me, but I will not ask you to raise your hands if you did," (laughter) "but I would guarantee a big portion, because we're all on the same wavelength, folks. We're all on the same wavelength. Right? (Trump points out to the audience.) He knows. It took Brian (He points again.) about thirty seconds to figure that one out. Right? Because we know. We're on the save wavelength. (Points.) But we're gonna do great things. We're gonna do great things...."

This "wavelength" chatter sounds eerily similar to what my psychiatrists called my grandiose ideas of reference, my thinking, for example, that if a television anchorman mentioned the word "doorknob" as I was turning one myself when the TV set was active in my mother's room, that then the news station must have intended to communicate that message about me to me. When that happened, I could read into myself with an element of doubt into the delusion, thankfully, for I'm fortunate for such a doubt when others don't have it, necessarily, and I take a PRN burst of my antipsychotic (as needed) as prescribed by my doctor or psychiatric nurse practitioner on a just-in-case basis. That's why I don't own a TV.

Of course, one can argue that Trump is so "huge," as he says, and so famous, that he's not falsely grandiose in his thinking, but note that throughout this speech that the business of the President of United States of America, a constitutional democratic republic, is more about him than it is about anyone else, according to how he reports his own episodes. That is his mental illness speaking, no doubt to me, although currently still, a valid argument can go in a different direction, that his disorder is Narcissism rather than some kind of pathologically paranoid delusional disorder.

Only time will tell. If I'm right, then sooner or later it will be obvious to everyone. That's how it works with us. Unmedicated, we can get indubitable, glaring, acute delusional episodes, so be on the lookout. He would push his finger directly down the nuclear bomb buttons all by himself if he could, which he said he's willing to do, were it not for our USA go-betweens who would or would not do it for him after he issued an order that would annihilate the species, should they comply. Hopefully THEY will consult some psychiatrists about Donald Trump now, before it's too late, the personnel who might or might not follow his orders in case of such a potential calamity. A little bird in Asbury Park, New Jersey told me last month that that's precisely what they would do. The military go-betweens would interfere with his crazy order, Polly said, and the upper and lower mandibles of that special bird beak calmed my fears, as it can my readers' anxiety over this.

He went on in his first post-inauguration address: "You know when I was young and when I was - of course, I feel young. I feel like I'm thirty, thirty-five, thirty-nine. Somebody said, 'Are you young?' I said, 'I think I'm young.' You know I was stopping ahh when we were in the final month of that campaign - four stops, five stops, seven stops, speeches, speeches, before twenty-five, thirty thousand people, fifteen thousand, nineteen thousand from stop to stop. I feel young. When I was young and I think we're all sort of young. When I was young, we were always winning things in this country...."

Speaking of his rainy Inauguration Day weather, he also said in what could be a bizarre grandiose religiosity, "God looked down and He said, 'We're not gonna let it rain on your speech.' "

He implied that the Devil's at work and he's going to stop him when he said, "We've been restrained. We have to get rid of ISIS. We have to get rid of ISIS. We have no choice. Radical Islamic terrorism, and I said it yesterday, has to be eradicated just off the face of the Earth. This is evil. This is evil. And you know I can understand the other side. We can all understand the other side. There can be wars between countries. There can be wars. You can understand what happened. This is something nobody can even understand. This is a level of evil that we haven't seen and you're going to go to it and you're going to do a phenomenal job, but we're going to end it. It's time. It's time right now to end it."

Then he goes on to attack the media even more, and if you watch it to the end, you can decide for yourselves, my friendly readers. Wear an MD's white psychiatry robe. Add a red nose over your regular nose. Then put a stethoscope to his head, listen inside his coconut, and analyze him for his relative degree of nuttiness, please.


See also: Altier(i) (November 13, 2016): Is sociopath Trump as pathologically paranoid as I was? Did HE hack the vote he insisted Clinton "rigged?"

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