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Why to give such value to Farrakhan's paranoïa?

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Submitted by Diogenes (France), Jul 14, 2010 at 13:40

Mr Farrakhan is evidently a paranoiac personality and the way he is claiming, demanding and rejecting any responsibility on the talking partner he stands in his imagination (not a true simple jewish man or woman but THE JEW, the fantasmatic one),presents the traditionnal character of Paranoïac's personal Enemy forgery !

The problem is here: in that pathology one cans find in a bunch of 30 to 50% of a whole population when things are running worse than usual....and there is no way to cure it but to restrain its influence on common liife. So did we in Germany and whole Europe by crushing them and reeducating them with strength and by force.
The Jew is faulty as He succeeds mostly in enterprise and leads in intellectual matters as a tradition of culture. He can be the best responsible for anything and everything...What can do an idiot ? nothing....The Jew is the best, so he is therefore responsible for anything running bad...
Simple, isn't it?

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