In my March 8, 2013 article, I expressed my conviction that there has been an ongoing cover-up in Washington concerning the mental state of the nation’s Chief Executive Officer, essentially since his first day in the Oval Office. While the article and posits it contained were taken seriously by virtually no one, I was very serious with respect to my assertions, which were predicated on my analysis from the perspective of my psychology knowledge base, training, expertise, and experience of the somewhat extensive and expansive information my research revealed relative to the psychological profile of the man who has assumed the name of Barack Hussein Obama.
Among the predispositions I spotlighted in that article that Obama demonstrates, per copious reportage of political and media insiders, observers, associates, reporters, and those who have known him in one way or another going back to his college days, were chronic or recurring depression, paranoia, schizophrenia or bi-polar disorder, and extreme narcissism, to name only a few. To put things in proper perspective there’s a few things that should be understood about such assertions and extrapolations. One concerns the ostensible matter of depression: while occasional, circumstantial, transient, and low-level depression is a rather common occurrence, on the other hand, chronic, conditional, long-lasting, and acute-level depression is not, and is a component and indicator of mental illness, often correlated to other forms of mental illnesses or psychological abnormalities. Continue reading “NPD of POTUS” »