Saturday, January 14, 2012

Is Israel's "Borderline Personality Disorder" Dragging U.S. Closer to War with Iran

Israel today suffers from what mental health professionals call "Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)." Nations like humans can suffer trauma in their formative years, which predispose them to behave in ways similar to that of mentality unstable individuals. One of the most characteristic symptoms of this disorder is the uncanny capacity of the sufferer to generate chaos. It emanates from the self-destructive belief that pandemonium is a protective buffer against annihilation.


The Israeli intelligence agency MOSSAD seems to be the brain cells driving this disorder in the Jewish state. It is today the prime suspect in the assassination of Iranian nuclear physicist, Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan. Leaked intelligence reports support claims that MOSSAD murdered another Iranian nuclear scientist on the same day in 2010.


Since assassinations are not producing sufficient political cacophony, Tel Aviv officials appear to be calculating an attack on Iran, timed to precede the American presidential elections. In this way Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be able to hold President Barack Obama hostage to presidential aspirations dependent on capturing the Jewish vote. In this tough electoral climate there will be no repercussions for Israel. Republicans already accuse Obama of being less of a friend to the Jewish State than they would be.


Alas, where is Sigmund Freud, when Israel so desperately needs this genius's insights into suffering, aggression and the mechanism of self-destruction, which operates below the level of a BPD sufferer's conscious awareness?

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