Falsehood is prevalent at End Times

The Prophet Muhammed  said, “By Him in Who’s hands my soul rests, surely Jesus, Son of Maryam (Mary) will soon descend amongst you and will judge mankind judiciously, by the law of the Quran, as an honest ruler. He will break the cross, kill the pig and abolish jizya). Money will abound in such excess that no one will wish to accept it. A single prostration to Allah, in prayer, will be better than the whole world and all it contains.” Abu Hurayrah, the narrator, added, “If you wish, you can recite this verse from the holy Quran”: “And there is none of the people of the book, but must believe in him (i.e. Jesus as an apostle of Allah and a human being), before his death, and on the Day of Judgement, he will be a witness against them.” 4/159. Quran.

It is implied by the health-professionals that my improvement in work is due to “medication”. For one thing that’s total bullshit, generally as people get more experience in their field they get better at it. It’s a perfect normal trend particularly in the beginning years of their career and especially for financial trading. Hence this is why recruiters and/or employers prefer people with experience and/or pay them more. Personally I believe the “medication” is slowing the increase of my productivity in work. One thing to point out, if my work was getting worse they would either claim “decompensation” (worsening of health status) or that the medication isn’t working (need to move to stronger medication). So they have basically setup a situation where they are infallible. Now I have been given medication under many different and sometimes conflicting reasons. First it was implied that if I didn’t take medication I would have low self-esteem and hurt myself. Then it was implied that if I didn’t take medication I would be grandiose and hurt others. Then it was implied if I don’t take medication I would be angry. Then later it was implied if I don’t take medication I would be gravely disabled. The nurses, law enforcement and courts never question the doctors giving orders, testimony and reports. The doctors credentials and licensing by boards is seen as “full-proof” authority and honesty.

The movie “A Beautiful Mind” implies John Nash’s alleged mental illness included many visual hallucinations. The thing is based on his biography he never had any visual hallucinations. Just alleged “delusions” and “voices”. The movie is massively fictionalized to give the populace the idea that geniuses are more likely to be “crazy”. Schizophrenia is actually negatively correlated with higher intelligence. The masses like the claim that intelligence is positively correlated to mental illness despite studies showing the opposite. First, they envy highly intelligent people due to the fact they are usually richer and struggle less. The average person also can’t conceive of or understand ideas of many highly intelligent people. This ignorance of the average person means that genius ideas many years ahead of society are seen as “crazy” by the masses. Also, John Nash never worked as a code breaker for the USA government in real-life or in his apparent “delusions”. He was primarily an instructor in high level math courses at Princeton. One thing to note, the two main “hallucinations” John Nash has in the movie is of Charles and William. What I found interesting is that those same first names are exactly the same people psychiatrists claim I am experiencing “delusions” about. William is long-form of Bill. Beyond that, John Nash said later that he was being oppressed and believed the medication was trying to force compliance through negative side effects. He was not allowed to speak at his Nobel Prize acceptance because of he still held those views over 30 years after his psychiatric hospitalizations.

There are many irrational claims by health professionals. Firstly, I allegedly “imagined” 1,000’s of things only on Bilderberg products including Fox News, CNN, LA Times, Facebook, Microsoft and Google. However, not once did I “imagine” anyone from the Illuminati interact with me in a “respectable” manner. By “respectable” manner, I mean not trying to make me look crazy. Rothschild was blatantly trying to make me look crazy telling me that IRBL will go to $1(when it goes to $.0001) and act like a fake Rothschild con man. Jenn Gates, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg only talked to me under anonymous names and/or my friend accounts then delete the history later on Skype and/or Facebook. Why would someone try to act as famous, rich and/or powerful public figure through a cover identity? The fact that they went the route of a covered identity means they were intentionally trying to make me look crazy. Many times they would setup a profile of an attractive girl from a top university then later change it to some farmer in Africa to make me look crazy. They could have easily registered a real name and talked to me. Also, when I fire the claim that practically all “delusions” came after medication. They then claim that the medication can cause delusions. Then why give the medication in the first place? 

I wanted to show a profile that was made to make me look crazy. Apparently a crypotrader that is taking investments. He has absolutely ZERO track record… He always asks for investments despite blatantly trying to look as a con man. I believe it’s a high-level Satanist talking to me to test if their black magic is working. Why does he have the photos of some young African boy? Why does he have the “Royal Story” photo? Btw the Satanists see themselves as “Royal blood”.

Recent Facebook Newsfeed activity. They love to compare Indians to monkeys. They also have sent videos to me threatening to amputate me.

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