There is far too much political power in the hands of psychopaths at the present time ...
- There is far too much political power in the hands of psychopaths at the present time ...
by W. Finnerty Mon Jun 18, 2012 09:37
Motivated largely by a long-standing (and growing) belief that psychopaths (with "Iago" type personality disorders) have far, far too much influence at the present time in places such as the City of London, Wall Street, Westminster, and Washington, I yesterday sent an e-mail to Dr Anne Jeffers (Consultant Psychiatrist based in Ballinasloe, County Galway, Republic of Ireland) which made direct reference to the "Learning to become aware of the dangers of the 'Iago's of this world" comment at Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:24.
By "psychopath" I mean the kind of person who fits the following dictionary definition: "A person afflicted with a personality disorder characterised by a tendency to commit antisocial and sometimes violent acts, and with a failure to feel any guilt for such acts": as, for example, relating to the antisocial "bailing out" of the bankers -- at tax-payers expense -- in connection with the bankers "derivatives" gambling debts (debts which may be in the region of quadrillions of Euros overall), and, for example, in relation to the "violence" aspect of this particular personality disorder, with all of the ongoing warmongering during the past year or so connected with places such as Libya, Syria, Israel, and Iran: warmongering which has the extremely dangerous potential (it seems to me) to suddenly develop into a major thermonuclear WW3 type confrontation involving NATO countries on one side, and Russia and China (together with some other large nations such as India perhaps) on the other.
The full text of the e-mail I sent to Dr Jeffers yesterday, which was copied to several others, including a group of Republic of Ireland government ministers, can be viewed at the following address:
The above text has been copied from a comment (dated June 18th 2012) at the following Indymedia (Ireland) location: