Thursday, July 15, 2010

Akin Gump: Was My Disability Determination Anti-Semitic -- Am I Contagious?

Here's an argument that I am not fit for employment.  As a Jew I carry schizophrenia, which according to the author of the following, is a contagious disease.  If I were to enter a workplace, I would place other employees at risk of contracting schizophrenia.  I am probably at high risk of spreading "ideas of reference."  See Freedman v. D.C. Dept. Human Rights, n. 96-CV-961 (Sept. 1, 1998).

In early June 2010 – it was reported that a prominent Israeli psychiatrist (shrink), Moshe Yatom, committed suicide. He left a note which said that Israeli Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has been his patient for the last nine years, had “sucked the life right out of me”….. “I can’t take it anymore”.

One week after Moshe Yalton’s suicide – Yigol Peleg, who had been treating Israeli Defense Minister, Ehud Barak, also committed suicide from an overdose of valium. His suicide note stated that Yalton’s failure to cure Netanyahu has provoked widespread despair in Israel’s psychiatric community, which fears a therapeutic remedy for doublethink is much more remote than previously believed.

The above incidents reminded me of a study conducted by Dr. Arnold A. Hutchnecker, a New York psychiatrist, for the American Psychiatric Association and published on October 25, 1972. Dr. Arnold Hutchnecker’s patients included US President Richard Nixon (d. 1994). The study was published under the title, Mental Illness: The Jewish Disease and concluded that “although all Jews are not not mentally ill, mental illness is highly contagious and Jews are the principal sources of infection”.

Dr. Arnold A. Hutchnecker made some of the following observations in his study:

1. While Jews attack non-Jewish Americans for racism, Israel is the most racist country in the world.

2. The world would be more compassionate towards the Jews if it was generally realized that Jews are not responsible for their condition. Schizophrenia is the fact that creates in Jews a compulsive desire for persecution.

3. The Jew hopes that you retaliate in kind and when you do he can tell himself you are anti-Semitic.

4. The incidence of mental illness has increased in the United States in direct proportion to the increase in the Jewish population. In 1900 there were 1.06 million Jews in United States with 62,112 American confined to public mental hospitals. In 1970 the Jewish population increased to 5.87 million (an increase of 454.8%) with 339,027 Americans hospitalized for mental disease.

“There is no doubt in my mind,” Dr. Hutschnecker said, “that Jews have infected the American people with schizophrenia. Jews are carriers of the disease and it will reach epidemic proportions unless science develops a vaccine to counteract it.”

Further evidence that mental illness is a Jewish disease:

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