I, Servant of God, must be free to appear in front of the Congress hearing relating to the September 11 attack and the FBI. I have relevant information and proof relating to conduct of the FBI regarding the Sept 11. The world has the right to know about September 11; Judge Brinkema cannot deceive the World.
Judge Brinkema's aim is now to declare me insane for my so-called "own welfare", and for the American justice interest. The only interest she serves is the US Government's interest to cover-up the FBI knowledge of Sept 11.
Originally posted by gladtobehere
reply to post by samcrow
According to the source, he seems to be blaming it on an "evil therapist".
He asked me to do an apology letter for the kids.
Originally posted by Manhater
reply to post by ChaoticOrder
Don't forget also that his journal of his plot to kill was sent to his psychiatrist but the psychiatrist didn't get her mail that day and it was confiscated by the FBI before she could read it.edit on 20-11-2012 by Manhater because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by ChaoticOrderWait wasn't there something strange about the therapist he was seeing? I remember reading about the fact he was seeing a therapist for some time... but the therapist in question refused to comment on the matter or something?
Sigmund Freud (avowed atheist with admitted Oedipal impulses toward his own mother) considered mankind to be the vilest of all of God's creation. Freud's work reflected his own repugnant beliefs:
"The individual is essentially an enemy of society and has instinctual urges that must be restrained to help society function. 'Among these instinctual wishes are those of incest, cannibalism, and lust for killing.' His view of human nature is that it is anti-social, rebellious, and has high sexual and destructive tendencies. The destructive nature of humans sets a pre-inclination for disaster when humans must interact with others in society. 'For masses are lazy and unintelligent; they have no love for instinctual renunciation, and they are not to be convinced by argument of its inevitability; and the individuals composing them support one another in giving free rein to their indiscipline.' So destructive is human nature, he claims, that 'it is only through the influence of individuals who can set an example and whom masses recognize as their leaders that they can be induced to perform the work and undergo the renunciations on which the existence of civilization depends.' All this sets a terribly hostile society that could implode if it were not for civilizing forces and developing government..."
--From The Future Of An Illusion, by Sigmund Freud.
"It's always been meth with me," he says. "If I drink a beer or something, I've got the voices in my head that drive me to do more drugs. I'm really weak-minded."