|Bracing against the wind|
Sunday, March 30, 2003
Bush's Messianic complex follows classic patterns of psychotic grandiosity. In his case, it may have been eggagerated by his being given unexpected stressful jobs and responsiblities. Often these schitzophrenics secretly feel that they don't "deserve love". Typically they have complex, emotionally distent relationships with parents and spouses. All of these, and more are evidenced in our leader.
The complex manifests often itself as a deeply held belief that one is going to "save the world". Schitzophrenics with this complex may attempt to create circumstances which would place them as needing to "save the day". Other signs include the constant offering of unsolicited advice, hallucinations and/or hearing voices, belief in one's own supernatural powers, paranioa, and belief in conspiracies.
By bringing about a war with Iraq, he may be fulfilling a desire to bring about the second coming of Christ. Iraq's significance in end-time scenarios in key passages of the apocalyptic book of Revelation. Chapter 16, which includes the only mention of Armageddon in the Bible, carries a direct reference to the Euphrates River, which runs through modern-day Iraq.
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