DISSOCIATIVE DISORDER Seems To Be REALLY Rampant Among Democrats

Written by Allan Erickson on November 25, 2015

The level of incoherence expressed by Leftists in this country is truly breathtaking.  If these people actually believe the things they are saying, we are witnessing the kind of disassociation reserved for the asylum.

Disassociation:  “In psychology . . . describes a wide array of experiences from mild detachment from immediate surroundings to more severe detachment from physical and emotional experience. The major characteristic of all dissociative phenomena involves a detachment from reality, rather than a loss of reality as in psychosis.”

Considering recent statements by Leftists in authority, perhaps the better term is “psychosis”.

Like Madonna, Hillary urged unconditional love in the war on “extremism”, saying “Muslims are peaceful and tolerant people and have nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism.”  (Shortly afterward she launched a war on comedians naming Los Angeles a hotbed of sedition.)

Even if you ignore 1400 years of Muslim aggression and terrorism, the activities of Muslims since 9/11 ought to be persuasive.  This authoritative website records every act of terror in detail and has done so for years.


The report sums up showing Muslims have launched 27,301 terrorist attacks since 9/11.  Has Hillary lost her mind, is she suffering “severe detachment from reality”, or is she simply another apologist for Jihad cultivating personal ambition at the expense of national security?  Her closest aide, one connected to the Muslim Brotherhood (the mother ship of Al Qaeda), Huma Abedin, has said Hillary is often “confused”.  Like a captain without a boat: no ship, Sherlock.  And we are seriously considering this woman for the presidency?
Hillary’s successor at State, John Kerry, strung a rope of sand from the U.S. Embassy in Paris on Tuesday.  In an attempt to differentiate the Charlie Hebdo attack from the recent Paris attack resulting in 130 dead civilians and hundreds wounded, Kerry stated:

There’s something different about what happened from Charlie Hebdo, and I think everybody would feel that. There was a sort of particularized focus and perhaps even a legitimacy in terms of – not a legitimacy, but a rationale — that you could attach yourself to somehow and say, okay, they’re really angry because of this and that.


A firestorm of outrage was the response to this moronic statement, certainly the low point in the history of American diplomacy.  Unfortunately, hauling James Taylor back to Paris for a “You’ve Got a Friend,” redux simply won’t do,  especially when the president of France is busy declaring war on ISIS and organizing bombing and police raids, the stuff of real leaders.

As to the child king in the WH, after failing to appear on time with world leaders for a moment of silence out of respect for the Paris victims, Barack Hussein Obama, the great checkered hope, launched into a resounding defense of Western values, declaring solidarity with all victims of Jihad, vowing to work with Allies to crush ISIS, restore order, protect civilization and secure the homeland.  NOT!  Instead he attacked Republicans and the majority of Americans rightly concerned about his plan to import tens of thousands of undocumented Muslim asylum seekers, hordes already shown cloaking ISIS demoniacs.  Obama was especially dismissive of Christians and others who are obviously ignorant and bigoted as shown by their expressed concerns over terrorism and national security. With characteristic condescension, arrogance and rancor, Obama berated his critics, saying they are afraid of widows and orphans, in reality, teeming masses created by his idiotic policies.

Adding to the Nit Parade: the Sultan of Psychosis, Bernie Sanders, proclaimed just after the Paris atrocities that climate change is our greatest national security threat; adding:  ” . . .  climate change is directly related to the growth of terrorism.”  Iowans in the audience were visibly stunned, mouths agape, frozen in silent astonishment. 
Even more laughable, White House Communications Director and presidential advisor Jen Psaki.  Jen declared on Thursday that Obama will not change course “in the regions affected by ISIS.”  In other words, total failure is now defined as success, stay the course!  She added:  “The military won’t win the war against ISIS.”  So we are in a war, or not?  And if we are in a war, we won’t use our military?  What a novel idea.  What do we fight a war with, Kerry’s rhetoric?  Hillary’s unconditional love?  Bernie’s climate agenda?  Barack’s condemnation of Republicans?

Meanwhile, displaying true grit, Michael Moore offered his Michigan mansion to Syrian refugees, defying the governor’s proclamation defying Obama’s proclamation.  As in his films, Michael shows a preference for fiction, insisting he is a hero for showing ISIS what a real warrior looks like.  He went on to claim only states welcoming refugees put fear in ISIS hearts, that states resisting invasion have surrendered!  What?!  People who fight back in self-defense are cowards but people who welcome terrorists are heroes?  (Psst.  Michael.  When ISIS fighters trash your home and slaughter 200 American citizens, will you sober up or blame the NRA?)

As Nancy Pelosi was expressing complete confidence that Obama’s assessment of his ISIS policy is ultimately reliable, that ISIS is “contained” and well on the way to annihilation, another terrorist atrocity was reported in Mali, Brussels was in complete lockdown, and throughout Europe, rape records were being broken.

So, is it disassociation, psychosis, or drugs?  Now comes the report D.C. is filled with the odor of marijuana smoke.   Not surprisingly, people living there “don’t really care.”

Don’t worry, folks.  Obama and Madonna and Hillary and Bernie care so much, ISIS is sure to surrender, in time. 

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Allan Erickson
Allan Erickson---Christian, husband, father, journalist, businessman, screenwriter, and author of The Cross & the Constitution in the Age of Incoherence, Tate Publishing, 2012.