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Fat Emperor is Mentally Insane

Posted by feww on February 12, 2017

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Could Romans stop the deranged emperor from burning Rome?

Many Romans believed Emperor Nero (Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus) started the Great Fire of Rome (64 AD) in order to clear land for his new palatial villa known as Domus Aurea (“Golden House”).

His building projects drove Rome to bankruptcy, which eventually forced him to commit suicide in 68 (the first Roman emperor to do so), after receiving (fake) news that he was about to be executed for treason.

Nero’s reign was associated with tyranny, debauchery and extravagance.

Other deranged Roman emperors include Caligula, Commodus and Tiberius.

[Prepared by Affiliated Scientists.]

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2 Responses to “Fat Emperor is Mentally Insane”

  1. Josh B. said

    When syphilis eats through the brain the ability to fathom logic and apply reasoning erodes. Here’s the Fat Emperor’s latest tweet:

    “Just leaving Florida. Big crowds of enthusiastic supporters lining the road that the FAKE NEWS media refuses to mention. Very dishonest! ”

    The “Fat Bastard” [name taken from the Austin Powers series] is referring to the protesters who were lining the streets shouting “out, out, out…” No wonder the “FAKE NEWS” media didn’t report them as supporters.

    Josh B

  2. Tony W. said

    Is It Time to Call Trump Mentally Ill?

    A lot of people seem to be questioning President Trump’s mental health. This month, Representative Ted Lieu, a California Democrat, went so far as to say he was considering proposing legislation that would require a White House psychiatrist.

    More controversial is the number of mental health experts who are joining the chorus. In December, a Huffington Post article featured a letter written by three prominent psychiatry professors that cited President Trump’s “grandiosity, impulsivity, hypersensitivity to slights or criticism, and an apparent inability to distinguish between fantasy and reality” as evidence of his mental instability. While stopping short of giving the president a formal psychiatric diagnosis, the experts called for him to submit to a full medical and neuropsychiatric evaluation by impartial investigators.

    A practicing psychologist went further in late January. He was quoted in a U.S. News and World Report article titled “Temperament Tantrum,” saying that President Trump has malignant narcissism, which is characterized by grandiosity, sadism and antisocial behavior.

    I don’t doubt that these experts believe they are protecting the country from a president whose behavior they — like many of us — see as dangerous. A recent letter to the editor in this newspaper, signed by 35 psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers, put it this way: “We fear that too much is at stake to be silent.” It continued, “We believe that the grave emotional instability indicated by Mr. Trump’s speech and actions makes him incapable of serving safely as president.”
    […]

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