Daily News @ http://RevolutionNews.US ~ http://youtube.com/TheAlyonaShow - OBAMA TORTURING AMERICAN SOLDIERS WITH PERSONALITY DISORDER - Large numbers of soldiers have been wrongly discharged with personality disorder, meaning they're no longer able to receive medical care and forced to give back a slice of their signing bonus. But the big question is whether these discharges are valid, or just a way for the Pentagon to save billions of dollars.
If this is true, and there is currently no reason to doubt the authenticity of the documents released, this is a major blow to the "liberty movement" abroad. For the most visible leader of the "movement" to so starkly repudiate his own words with despicable violent action, this can only lead to the expedited fracturing of what was once a solidified and growing force in American politics while also vindicating those who warned of the "cult of personality" growing around him.
When it comes to personal relationships, one of the top indicators of how well it will go is politics. Hey, freedom oriented guys need freedom oriented gals and vice versa. I guess it really doesn't matter so much how a person looks, it's what's on the inside that counts.
A study of personality types once found that as a group, serial killers scored highest in "superficial charm, an exaggerated sense of self-worth, glibness, lying, lack of remorse and manipulation of others." The other highest-scoring group for these undesirable traits? Politicians.
Again and again science has found that being in charge not only attracts terrifying douchebags, but creates them as well. And with that, here's the scariest article you'll read this month:
Er Ist Wieder Da (He's Back) has sold more than 400,000 copies since its release, keeping it at the top of the Spiegel's bestseller chart since mid December. In the novel, author Timur Vermes relates Hitler's cult of personality to our modern celebrity obsession through 397 pages of pitch-black prose. The humour is relentlessly dark, revolving to a large extent around Hitler's interaction with modern innovations.