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Partners in Crime: The Clintons' Scheme to Monetize the White House for Personal Profit Hardcover – August 2, 2016
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About the Author
Jerome R. Corsi received a PhD from Harvard University in Political Science in 1972. He is a seniors staff Writer for WND where he has worked as an investigative journalist since 2004. In 2004, Corsi co-authored with John O Neill the No. 1 New York Times bestseller Unfit for Command: Swift Boat Veterans Speak Out Against John Kerry. In 2008, he authored the No. 1 New York Times bestseller The Obama Nation: Leftist Politics and the Cult of Personality. Since then, he has devoted his time to writing on politics and economics, two fields in which he has considerable experience. In his career, he has written six New York Times bestselling nonfiction books.
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What I found was a well-researched and well-documented book that details not just one, not just two or even a dozen, but dozens of fraud cases committed by the Clintons. It portrays the Clintons as whores to the worlds elitists, selling whatever they can in exchange for favorable treatment, at the expense of the US citizenry. To do this, the Clintons paint a carefully crafted image that appeals to soft-hearted and generous Americans, many of whom are truly good folks wanting to help others.
Whether you're a Clinton fan or not, this book is worth a read as everyone should have opportunity to examine this information and decide its merit.
Here, put the Clintons to the Hare Test of Psychopathic Traits. Be objective, and you'll peg them the same as I have: a team of very vicious and dangerous, yet highly functional psychopaths.
Robert Hare’s Checklist for Determining a Psychopath
Rank each category with a 0 for Does not apply; a 1 for Somewhat applies, or a 2 for Strongly Applies.
Scores above 30 indicate enough traits to declare someone a psychopath.
1. GLIB (fake) AND SUPERFICIAL(shallow) CHARM: a pattern of using flattering remarks with the intent of bonding with a victim; quick-tongued when they want to be or are in trouble; telling potential victims what they want to hear. Psychopathic charm is not in the least shy, self-conscious, or afraid to blurt out what comes to their minds to help them manipulate an intended victim.
2. GRANDIOSE SELF-WORTH: an inflated view of one’s abilities and self-worth, thus a braggart. Psychopaths often have superiority complexes and these tend to come out when they are drinking or using drugs which they often use to give them the nerve they need to con their victims.
3. NEED FOR STIMULATION or PRONENESS TO BOREDOM: an excessive need for new, thrilling, and exciting stimulation; taking chances and doing things that are risky or watching others do them. Psychopaths often have low self-discipline in carrying tasks through to completion because they get bored easily. They fail to work at the same job for any length of time, for example, or to finish tasks that they consider dull or routine. They have grandiose ideas but tend not to be able to do much with them. Psychopaths are often Thrill or Adrenaline Junkies, some of whom are physically active ones, others TV and movie watchers. They become addicted to things like gambling, computer games, high action and far out fantasy films to fight the boredom they feel and to receive the stimulation they need.
4. PATHOLOGICAL LYING: a pattern of shrewd, crafty, cunning, sly, and clever lying; a pattern of being deceptive, deceitful, underhanded, unscrupulous, manipulative, and dishonest. Pathological liars lie about everything, because they tend not to be able tell the truth.
5. CONNING AND MANIPULATIVENESS: a pattern of the use of deceit and deception to cheat, con, or defraud others for personal gain; carried out with a large degree of exploitation and callous ruthlessness, as reflected in a lack of concern for the feelings and suffering of one’s victims. If they are sadists, they will enjoy the harm they are doing to people.
6. LACK OF REMORSE OR GUILT: a lack of feelings or concern for the damage, pain, and suffering done to victims; a tendency to be unconcerned, dispassionate, and coldhearted toward all people. When caught they have no feelings of guilt, because they do not believe they did any wrong. They may rationalize an act to the point they believe such things as cheating and stealing are the right thing to do because their victim was somehow in the wrong. They seem in this respect to be ideologues, but psychopaths are not ideologues. They will take any side or all sides to appease their lust for power.
7. SHALLOW AFFECT: emotional emptiness; a limited amount of feelings for anyone or thing other than themselves; an interpersonal coldness in spite of signs of open gregariousness and warmth. The inability to feel or understand true emotions like pain, suffering, love, or any mental interpersonal bond.
8. CALLOUSNESS and LACK OF EMPATHY: a lack of feelings toward people in general; cold, contemptuous, inconsiderate, and tactless, unable to relate to the suffering of others or the love they have for others.
9. PARASITIC LIFESTYLE: an intentional, manipulative, selfish, and exploitative financial dependence on others as reflected in a lack of motivation to work themselves, low self-discipline, and the inability to carry out one’s responsibilities, agreements, and bargains. Perfect parasites!
10. POOR BEHAVIORAL CONTROLS: expressions of boredom, irritability, annoyance, impatience, threats, aggression, and verbal abuse; inadequate control in social situations; acting hastily and impulsively. Making offensive comments to people without realizing they are offensive. Easily addicted to just about anything.
11. PROMISCUOUS SEXUAL BEHAVIOR: a pattern of numerous brief, shallow relations; numerous affairs, and an indiscriminate selection of sexual partners; a history of attempts to sexually coerce others into sexual activity (by rape or blackmail) or taking great pride at discussing what they see as sexual exploits and conquests. Overuse of masturbation for sexual stimulation.
12. EARLY BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS: a pattern of behaviors prior to age 13, including lying, theft, cheating, vandalism, bullying, sexual activity, fire-setting, glue-sniffing, alcohol use, drug use, audible outbursts, leaving home and not returning.
13. LACK OF REALISTIC, LONG-TERM GOALS: an inability or persistent failure to execute long-term plans and goals, often having to have their victims do these things for them; a nomadic existence, aimless, lacking direction in life. A pattern of having lots of plans and ideas that are never carried out.
14. IMPULSIVITY: a pattern of foolish or self-defeating behaviors that are unpremeditated; a lack reflection or planning; an inability to resist temptation; consistently frustrated; impulse spending; a lack of deliberation before acting; not considering the consequences; possibly unable to see consequences; foolhardy, rash, unpredictable, erratic statements and/or acts; reckless actions that break up relationships and hurt others as well as the perpetrator of those actions.
15. IRRESPONSIBILITY: a pattern of repeated failures to fulfill or honor obligations and commitments, such as not paying bills, defaulting on loans, taking care of children, performing sloppy work, being absent or late to work, failing to honor contracts, bargains, and agreements, both formal and informal, both personal and business. The refusal to accept boundaries, believing they are above rules and regulations that others must follow.
16. FAILURE TO ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR OWN ACTIONS: a pattern of refusing to accept responsibility for one’s actions that have negative consequences; not conscientious toward duties and obligations; an absence of dutifulness, antagonistic manipulation, and an effort to manipulate others by refusing to accept responsibility for their actions, which in turn allows them to project the negative consequences onto others, victims they so choose to place the blame on. Someone else always does it. Someone else always causes it.
17. MANY SHORT-TERM RELATIONSHIPS: a lack of commitment to long-term relationships reflected in inconsistent, undependable, and unreliable commitments in life, including marital bonds, familial bonds, friendship bonds, and business bonds. Psychopaths always have a long list of broken relationships, from mates, to friends, to business acquaintances. They won’t have any childhood friends that they remain close to, and often don’t have any contact with family members, unless they’re using them in some way to fulfill their lust for power.
18. JUVENILE DELINQUENCY: behavior problems between the ages of 13-18; behaviors that are either crimes or clearly involve aspects of antagonism, exploitation, aggression, manipulation, or a callous, ruthless tough-mindedness toward any authority, parents, school officials, law officers, courts, churches. The total refusal to accept boundaries of any type that others must follow.
19. REVOCATION OF CONDITION RELEASE: a failure to carry out the terms of probation or other conditional release programs or punishments, due to carelessness, low deliberation, or a lack of conscientiousness. Punishment or getting caught committing a crime does not deter a psychopath. They return immediately to their same methods of lying, conning, and manipulating people, though they've been caught and/or punished for doing the same things.
20. CRIMINAL VERSATILITY: a diversity of types of criminal offenses, regardless if the person has been arrested or convicted for them; taking pride at getting away with crimes or wrongdoings; having no desire or intent on quitting, even after getting caught. The ability to commit various crimes for years and get away with them, even when they are often caught. The ability to lie, con, and manipulate themselves out of crimes they've been caught doing
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shocking story - I am glad someone is bringing this into the open