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Member since Oct-02-06 · Last seen Sep-20-18
On Donald Trump:

The profile of a sociopath (antisocial personality disorder) • Compulsive lying • Lack of empathy • Extreme narcissism • Grandiose self-image • Lack of conscience • Manipulative • Sexually deviant • Sensitive to criticism • Paranoid • Despotic/Authoritarian • Low tolerance for boredom • Impulsive behavior • Shallow emotions

<America got manipulated into electing one of its worst.>

APD is a listed mental disorder for which there is currently no cure. Any political leader with such a mental disorder combined with a critical mass of the population that does no longer possess the critical thinking necessary to tell the difference between fact and fiction nor right from wrong is a dangerous and potentially explosive mix. Throughout the course of history, individuals with similar patterns of mental disorder who were able to take on leading positions in business, finance, government, and religion have detrimentally affected the lives of millions if not, billions. As our societies grow larger and technology exponentially increases the impact one single mentally unstable individual can have on the world’s population, this is a risk we, the people, can no longer afford. It is time to call out people with such a disorder and expose them for what they are —Mentally and emotionally impaired individuals. Whenever we put these individuals in pivotal positions of power, we allow them to shape our world in ways that serve them and not us. Yet, there is now conclusive evidence that a simple non-intrusive MRI can objectively detect signs of APD. In order to protect ourselves and our planet, we must impose a psychological evaluation for anyone running for office as well as others who have the potential to negatively alter the fate of large portions of the world’s population. Only individuals with high levels of empathy and an inflexible commitment to the truth should be allowed to serve the interests of the people. Anything less is at our expense.

References: The Sociopath Next Door, book by Martha Stout Ph.D.

Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths Among Us, book by Robert D. Hare

Snakes in Suits, book by Robert D. Hare

   Stonehenge has kibitzed 5916 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-11-18 chessforum (replies)
Stonehenge: <Sargon> very good post, thank you. This is my last post on CG, time for me to move on. Good luck to everyone!
   Aug-02-18 Daniel Freeman (replies)
Stonehenge: Farewell Daniel...
   Aug-02-18 twinlark chessforum (replies)
Stonehenge: Thank you. I'm relieved to hear that they are indeed dates and not some secret masonic codes :)
   Aug-01-18 William Fisher
Stonehenge: Apparently he died at age 23, on the 5th of January.
   Aug-01-18 Hans Kmoch (replies)
Stonehenge: I checked but it doesn't seem to be there.
   Aug-01-18 James I Jellett (replies)
Stonehenge: April 22 is correct:
   Jul-31-18 Annie K. chessforum (replies)
Stonehenge: Thanks Annie. I have just sent Lee an email and directed him to chessforum (kibitz #29836) . I also said that it would be good if he could keep on eye on that forum. As for my <role in things>, Lee mailed my on Friday if I could call him urgently, so I did. ...
   Jul-31-18 Tomislav Music
Stonehenge: Beethoven played by a rocker on electric guitar:
   Jul-31-18 Zukertort vs W A Lindsay, 1874 (replies)
Stonehenge: I don't know who changed the date, but I agree. Thanks <Telemus>.
   Jul-31-18 Abraham Mocatta (replies)
Stonehenge: Familysearch only have: Name Abraham Mocatta Event Type Death Registration Quarter Oct-Nov-Dec Registration Year 1900 Registration District Paddington County London Event Place Paddington, London, England Age (available after 1866) 69 Birth Year ...
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