By Mikhail Kryzhanovsky, a former KGb spy, CIA "Filament"
Trump′s schizophrenia symptoms include:
1. Hostility, suspiciousness, extreme reaction to criticism – Trump′s anti-media attitude.
2. Odd or irrational statements : "We build the anti--Mexican wall and Mexico gonna pay for it".
3. Delusions of grandeur : Trump believes that he is a unique human being (like Jesus) on a mission to save America. His malignant narcissism is beyond any explanation.
4. Unpredictable or inappropriate emotional responses – "I can kill anybody in the street! "
5. Trump′s behavior is bizarre – he treats women as sexual slaves.
6. Trump′s thinking and speech are disorganized, speech speech often includes putting together meaningless words that can′t be understood – word salad. That means he′s usually promising to fix everything (healthcare, immigration, Palestinian problem) but has no idea what to do.
7. Delusions – Trump has false beliefs that are not based in reality. One of the biggest, with no proof at all, – his false contention that he lost national popular vote because of illegal votes.
8. Trump′s motor behavior in public is disorganized and abnormal motor behavior. His appearances are really scary because they usually end up in unpredictable agitation no matter what the question or problem is under discussion.
9. Trump is a pathological liar, no matter what facts you have to prove he′s wrong. His statement "I never met Putin" is ridiculous after this Savage′s 2015 radio show audio was posted on the web: https://clyp. it/ijpsirbw.
10. Trump has trouble organizing his thoughts or making logical connections. His mind is racing from one unrelated thought to another. Sometimes he has "thought withdrawal, " a feeling that thoughts are removed from his head, or "thought blocking, " when his flow of thinking suddenly gets interrupted.
ATTENTION : Trump ends up in a suicide if his schizophrenia is untreated at all.
Now, what about Ivanka?
ANOTHER POLITICAL PROBLEM IS – IVANKA TRUMP, DONALD TRUMP′S ASSISTANT AND 2024 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IS SICK WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA TOO.
It′s in her genes, in the family...
As can be seen from the graph below, schizophrenia definitely has a very significant GENETIC component. Those who have a third degree relative with schizophrenia are twice as likely to develop schizophrenia as those in the general population. Those with a second degree relative have a several-fold higher incidence of schizophrenia than the general population, and first degree relatives have an incidence of schizophrenia an order of magnitude higher than the general populace. Following are two images that summarize the average risks for developing schizophrenia for different groups of people. (The statistics in the two images vary slightly due to inclusion of different study data).
Given that there is clearly some sort of heritable genetic component to schizophrenia, health experts highly recommend that you keep track of your own family′s health history (for schizophrenia and other diseases that run in families) with a Health Family Tree, and that you share this information with your doctors. If you have a complex history of illnesses such as schizophrenia in your family tree, you may want to consider speaking with a genetic counselor for family planning advice. A genetic counselor is a trained professional that can explain the genetic components of various diseases, as well as help you predict your approximate risk of developing the disease and/or passing on relevant genes to your offspring.
"Knowing your family medical history can help the health professionals you see to determine if you should be offered medical screening that would not normally be conducted, " said Robin Bennett, a genetics counselor and manager of the Medical Genetics Clinics at the University of Washington in Seattle.
U. S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona and Francis Collins, Director of the National Human Genome Research Institute, have jointly pioneered a free, web-based software program to help people track their family health histories. The program incorporates information (entered by the user) about the occurence of several genetically-based conditions in grandparents, parents, siblings, children, aunts, uncles, and cousins. The outcome is a family tree that shows kin relationships as well as the existence of medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer (indicated by shaded symbols). In addition to these diseases, the user can choose to enter additional information about general patterns of health, psychiatric problems (such as depression or schizophrenia), birth defects, allergies, dental problems, health-related habits such as smoking or substance abuse, and vision/hearing problems. All this information is incorporated into the final family tree.