Sunday, February 3, 2019

Psychiatrist Bandy Lee On What's Wrong With Trump's Mental Health


  1. Of course he's not fit to govern. He didn't expect to win.

    I think two nights before the election he was at a massive rally in Michigan. Afterwards, privately, he turned to Mike Pence, confused, and said something like, "This doesn't feel like second place...."

    Election night as he watched the reurns it's reported that at some point he realized the Red States were outnumbering the Blue and he became dazed as it dawned on him that was about to become head of the Free World and the most powerful man on Earth.

    The key point is not if he was, or is, fit to rule. The key point is his ability to recover and do the job. By the time Donald Trump gave his acceptsnce speech in the wee morning hours after the election, he was in great form. Review the vide of that speech.

    So, too, there on in. His handling of North Korea. His standing firm on immigration. And, most importantly, his fulfilling his key mission of keeping Hillary Clinton out of power.

    Donald Trump goes down in history, even now, as one of the greatest Presidents. Call him crazy. Go at it all you want! He's a great man.

  2. Dear Brother,
    Let me add to my dear friend Joe Orlow. Do you want to bash Trump and bring on Cuomo with Hillary who enthusiastically embrace his hideous new laws of Jan 22, 2019, that anybody can slip a pill into a pregnant women's food and abort a baby and this is not Cuomo evil. Do you want a Democrat to be pregnant who will force my children and grandchildren in schools to learn that homosexuality is natural and fine? Do you want to destroy America where the majority of young people back homosexuals? Do you follow the news about the governor of Virginia who was exposed at least in his youth as a member of the KKK? Trump was elected because he opposed the worst evil of Cuomo.

  3. Dear Brother Daniel,
    I just received your excellent comments on dementia. Last week I visited my doctor who is an oncologist and nephrologist, and one of the best doctors in America. He went over my condition and told me that my kidney problem which was related to cancer of the kidney which was removed by a special urologist, Dr. Mitchel Fraiman of Good Sam Hospital in Suffern, NY is improving. He said, "That is a miracle." I believe in HaShem, of course, but I have a theory of my own. A kidney afflicted with cancer is in trouble and usually doesn't get better. But if only half of the second part of the kidney is removed, the remaining one third of the kidney may respond and get better. This improvement could be miracle, or it could be a natural process of the one third of a kidney growing back itself.

  4. with this attitude there is no need for knowledge in any field

  5. so why go to a doctor at all or get an education in ant subject?

  6. In the curses of the Torah it tells us many details of galut, but one is about illness, where we will suffer all the ills written in this Book (Torah) and all diseases not written in this Book.

    Modern science looks at physical disease (at least) as being caused by other factors.

    Hopefully they will be eradicated, but how does this affect the Torah world view of disease as punishment?

  7. Daas Torah Mod “with this attitude there is no need for knowledge in any field!!”
    I heartedly agree with David Eidensohn.
    Torah thought on haftorah משפטים
    Hertz: “The Sedrah opens with the enactment to free a Hebrew bondman after six years of service. The haftorah records a grave breach of this regulation at a critical hour of Israel’s history.”
    “Assuredly, thus said the Lord: You would not obey Me and proclaim a release, each to his kinsman and countryman. Lo! I proclaim your release—declares the Lord—to the sword, to pestilence, and to famine; and I will make you a horror to all the kingdoms of the earth.” (Jeremiah 34:17)
    Hertz: “I proclaim you a liberty. I.e. from Me, from the Divine protection.”
    “I will hand over King Zedekiah of Judah and his officers to their enemies, who seek to kill them—to the army of the king of Babylon which has withdrawn from you. I hereby give the command—declares the Lord—by which I will bring them back against this city. They shall attack it and capture it, and burn it down. I will make the towns of Judah a desolation, without inhabitant.” (Jeremiah 34:21-22).
    Hertz: “to return. They have forced the slaves to return to bondage; therefore, the Babylonians shall return and be the instrument of the Divine punishment.”
    מלבי"ם ירמיהו פרק לד פסוק א
    וכל ממלכות וכל העמים. היינו ממלכות שהיו תחת ממשלתו וגם עמים אחרים שלא היו תחתיו והשתתפו לצור על ירושלים משנאת ישראל
    רש"י ירמיהו פרק לד פסוק כב
    הנני מצוה - ושב חיל פרעה לארצו והכשדים ישובו עליכם
    “When this was over, the officers approached me, saying, The people of Israel and the priests and Levites have not separated themselves from the peoples of the land whose abhorrent practices are like those of the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Jebusites, the Ammonites, the Moabites, the Egyptians, and the Amorites. They have taken their daughters as wives for themselves and for their sons, so that the holy seed has become intermingled with the peoples of the land; and it is the officers and prefects who have taken the lead in this trespass.” (Ezra 9:1-2).
    My theory. They have taken their daughters as wives for themselves and for their sons...refers to Hebrew slaves “If his master gave him a wife, and she has borne him children, the wife and her children shall belong to the master, and he shall leave alone. But if the slave declares, I love my master, and my wife and children: I do not wish to go free” (Exodus 21:4-5).
    These Hebrew slaves love their Ashdodite etc non-Jewish wives the master gave them. ORA loves to cite the gamara that one may use physical force to separate the Hebrew slave from his non-Jewish wife. See, these non-Jewish wives had idols and were witches that knew how to make a poison apple to kill a target. Shimon ben Shetach knew these witches... Yes, these non-Jewish so-called wives were terrible. This is what Jeremiah and Ezra, aka, Malachi were bemoaning...

  8. Daas Torah Mod says “good for you”
    “"Good for you" can literally mean what it sounds like it means. You're correct in your suspicion; this phrase can, and usually does, have a sarcastic meaning. ... If the emphasis is on the word "you," then it is probably sarcasm: Well, good for you. It means "I don't care."”
    “For Democrats it seems it’s all about undoing centuries of Judeo/Christian values. Nothing is sacred. Not even life?”
    “So the elders of the Jews progressed in the building, urged on by the prophesying of Haggai the prophet and Zechariah son of Iddo, and they brought the building to completion under the aegis of the God of Israel and by the order of Cyrus and Darius and King Artaxerxes of Persia.” (Ezra 6:14)
    “Proper rulings were in his mouth [b See Hag. 2.10–13; cf. Lev. 10.8–11, Deut. 33.8, 10.] And nothing perverse was on his lips; He served Me with complete loyalty And held the many back from iniquity. For the lips of a priest guard knowledge, And men seek rulings from his mouth [Or: For the lips of a priest are observed; Knowledge and ruling are sought from his mouth]; For he is a messenger מלאך of the Lord of Hosts.” (Malachi 2:6-7).


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