“I have always harboured an exaggerated view of my self-importance – to put it bluntly, I fancied myself as some kind of god or an economic reformer like Keynes or, even better, a scientist like Einstein.”
One aspect of narcissistic sociopath behaviour important to remember is that they live in their own little world in which their desires and bizarre fantasies are normal. They believe themselves superior to most people because they are predatory, and don’t suffer from annoying hang-ups like empathy and conscience.
France’s capital has once again seen vicious clashes between an irate public and state police as crowds hit the streets of Paris for the fifth weekend in a row, to rally against the government’s inept and many believe anti-France governance.
International blackmailer George Soros isn’t too happy either. Hungary and Poland getting the EU to abandon its move to make Covid-19 relief conditional on ‘rule of law’ standards to control their policies has incensed international financier George Soros, who called it (turning the tables on blackmailers) a German surrender.
The ‘death squads’ of Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) now patrol the streets, knocking on doors without invitation and assessing, on the basis of one conversation with a senior citizen who might understandably be confused, whether or not they should have a Do Not Attempt To Resuscitate order (DNAR) displayed in their home.
The farce of the Covid scam, invested in by the ruling caste has, again and again, proved to be merely an excuse, like climate change, to impose restrictions whilst turning millionaires into billionaires.
There was no hard evidence that England’s provocative 10 pm curfew prevented coronavirus from spreading, Sir Patrick Vallance has admitted.
Quarantine, a term used to describe people afflicted by serious afflictions, will be replaced from December 15 by a curfew from 8 pm to 6 am France’s Prime Minister declared from is tax-funded palatial mansion.
New Vaccine Billionaires Gain Wealth as Moderna and BioNTech Shares Soar. The surge in shares of BioNTech has created $4 billion in added wealth for its CEO and founder, Ugur Sahin.
Licences to murder Covid-Cops were the angry inspiration of cheering Albanians who torched Christmas tree amid fiery protests in the capital over the police killing of a Covid curfew-breaker.