Full blown crazy – Klayman: Obama Must Be ‘Taken Alive’ For Bringing Ebola To America To Afflict White People

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The Fifth Column

Larry Klayman | screenshot

Right Wing Watch

Conservative legal activist Larry Klayman has filed a lawsuit against President Obama for “providing material support and aid to international terrorism and facilitating terrorism” by not implementing a travel ban on people from countries facing an Ebola outbreak.

Health experts have advised against enacting a travel ban, explaining that such a move might actually increase the risk of an outbreak, but Klayman has his own idea as to why the Obama administration hasn’t enacted a ban: anti-white racism.

Klayman writes in his weekly column that “Obama has favored his African brothers over the rest of us by allowing them free entry into this country” and “relegating whites and others who are not black or Muslim to the back of the bus has become an invidious form of reverse discrimination. This was not right when blacks were subjected to this treatment, and it is…

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Mental Health: My Many Several Selves

Dissociative alternates have lives of their own.

Alternates can be babies, children, teens, males, females, animals, or objects.

Very young alternates may have the limited verbal skills of a toddler.

Some people with DID have alternates that speak different languages, have different talents and different physical abilities and handicaps.

One of my alternates is old.

He has always been old.

When he is out, my joints hurt, my body is stiff, and it is painful for me to walk.

The teen alternate is 16.

When he is out, the body has the flexibility and vigor of a 16-year-old.

When psychotherapy is successful, the alternates become more aware of each other and learn to collaborate.

Even so, the alternates come out spontaneously.

I have at six alternates that use Second Life for recreation.

They have no interest in the other members, in part because my alternates are not role plays in a computer game.

Second Life is an extension of our inner world.

Sara is the oldest alternate and is the protector.

She is very protective of the younger alternates and of children in general.

She use virtual reality to play dress up, which is exactly what she did when the body was a child.

Sara is a huge fan of Julie London and Morgana King.

Felicity uses Sara’s account.

She enjoys using erotic animations and elaborate costumes. She also writes poetry and erotic short stories.

She likes house music, Grace Jones, Madonna, and Britney Spears.

Bobby is a teen.

He age slides from 14 to 20.

Bobby listens to deadmau5, Blackalicious, and Dj Shadow.

Bob is an older version of Bobby.

He rarely uses Virtual Reality, but when he does, it’s for virtual horseback riding.

Bob listens to Bluegrass and Classic Rock.

Rob is the writer and editor.

He is obsessed with poetry and art will remove anyone who gets that gets in the way of his work.

Rob listens to folk music and 60’s pop.

The Narrator is responsible for co-coordinating the different stories
and making sense of them.

He uses Virtual Reality to make illustrations for our writings.

The Narrator listens to 90’s rock.

Mateo is the only heterosexual male.

He is also strongly identified with the Black and Latino communities,
probably as a result of witnessing the violent racism of our childhood.

Mateo likes Jazz, Motown, and Soul–he also likes to use Virtual Reality
to dance at nigh clubs. Mateo decided in 2009 to take over the body and
live in VR.

He wanted his own life, hooked up with a woman, and started a Jazz Club.

The result was a decompensation.

Loleeta is a male who refers to himself in his writing as a female.

Loleeta is depressed, anxious, angry, and suicidal. Of all of my alternates h,e is the one I fear the most because he is the most self-destructive and self loathing. He likes Metal and Goth.

Matthew is the most recent alternate. He was born in 1992.

Matthew is a devout Catholic and was accepted to the Franciscans in 1993.

He did not become a Franciscan.

He met a partner and has been in that relationship  for over 20 years. He is the one who sought therapy — He rarely uses Virtual Reality.

He likes songs about Faith.

Robby and Peter are children.

Robby is four, and Peter’s age slides between six and sixteen.

Peter only listens to Classical music.

The difference between an “inner kid” and a DID kid is that DID kids are like real kids; they are autonomous, their behavior is not mediated by the adult selves.

Peter knows the body is an adult.

Robby doesn’t know this.

Much of what I know about my alternates I’ve learned  from reading chat logs and looking at the pictures they make of themselves.

I do know that they have conflicting memories of the same event.

This page is designed as a reference point; a place to gather the fragments of my life and so that I and the reader can get a sense of the whole person.

Rob Goldstein 2016-2019


Leadership and Narcissistic Personality Disorders

pathological narcissism is a pox on every aspect of our culture

quality health care please!

The label ilovemenarcissist or description as narcissistic has appeared in the current presidential campaign rhetoric.  Dictionary.com defines narcissism:

Inordinate fascination with oneself; excessive self-love; vanity.
Synonyms: self-centeredness, smugness, egocentrism. 

Personality is the way a person views themselves and the way they emotionally interact with the world.  We all have a personality.  The first writings about personality were in the Renaissance.  In modern times psychologists have applied scientific methods to this difficult concept.

Psychologists have discovered some very important things about personality.

  1. Personality is persistent through adult life and is likely coded in our DNA.  Even animals have personality.
  2. The survival of a tribe may be enhanced by having members with different personalities.  Like members with confidence in themselves, members who are passive followers, or members who like consistency.
  3. People can have bits and pieces of different personalities which are called personality traits.
  4. Personality alone does not define a person psychologically.  Other…

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Donald Trump: In the Good Old Days

Click to view the montage, this documentary provides a compelling
reason for all Americans to go to the polls and vote this year and every
year after this.

“Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.” Voltaire