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Death of a Nightmare: The Last Gasps of Poseur Politics, by Duggan Flanakin

At some point people tire of the lies, and get rid of the people telling them. Just ask the folks at CNN. From Duggan Flanakin at americanthinker.com:

According to psychiatrist Seth D. Norrholm, dictators see themselves “as ‘very special’ people, deserving of admiration, and, consequently, [they] have difficulty empathizing with the feelings and needs of others; they also tend to behave with a vindictiveness often observed in narcissistic personality disorder.”

In other words, they are nuts. And dangerous. And in power.

Norrholm, who is currently scientific director, NeuroCAST, at Wayne State University’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and Dr. Sam Hunley, now a program analyst with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, wrote in 2016 that highly narcissistic individuals require excessive admiration to remain happy and are more likely to try to punish those individuals who negatively evaluated their work.” [emphasis added]

The dictatorial nature of climate extremists (who repeat the mantra that the Earth has only X number of years — or weeks — left to take super drastic actions or we are all doomed) is evidenced by both their falsification (manipulation) of historical records and their apocalyptic demands, which have been quite successful. Fear is a powerful weapon. Resistance, they insist, is futile — and those who resist are worse than murderers. They are planet killers.

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