Forensic profiler: Obama driven by ‘revenge’ — WND Article

Analysis from scientist who worked on Holloway, O.J. cases      November 5, 2011

Forensic profiler: Obama driven by ‘revenge’

by Bob Unruh

Barack Obama is driven in his political life by the idea of getting “revenge” against the United States for the slights and hurts he has felt, according to a forensic profiler who also has worked on the Natalie Holloway and O.J. Simpson cases.

“When Obama supporters booed the mention of [Mitt] Romney at a Springfield, Ohio, political rally on November 2, 2012, Obama commented ‘No, no, no. Don’t boo. Vote.’ He added, ‘Voting is the best revenge.’ Think if Obama had just stopped at ‘don’t boo – vote.’ That would have been a presidential response. Instead, once more he had to introduce extreme bitterness,” Andrew G. Hodges, M.D., told WND.

The conclusion comes from the author of “The Obama Confession: Secret Fear, Secret Fury.”

Hodges decoded O.J. Simpson’s “suicide note,” deciphered the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note from the Boulder, Colo., case and worked on the Natalee Holloway murder case.

He uses a unique psycholinguistic technique he calls “ThoughtPrint Decoding” to “read between the lines” of people’s statements – called “the cutting-edge of forensic science” by expert investigators. He’s not exactly new to the field, already having identified killers by studying ransom notes, emails, letters and police interviews to spot secret confessions. He decoded O.J.’s “suicide note” to confirm Simpson had committed a double murder. He deciphered the JonBenet ransom note from Boulder, Colo., to identify the child’s killer. He decrypted letters from BTK to predict that he was about to kill again – the only profiler to do so. He studied statements by Joran van der Sloot and Deepak Kalpoe to tie them to the slaying of Holloway. He showed how Casey Anthony secretly confessed to killing her daughter in 200 letters written to a jail mate. He even decoded Bill Clinton’s Lewinsky confession on TV, revealing the awful pain which led to Clinton’s self-sabotaging behavior.

It was the “revenge” comment that most recently caught Hodges’ attention.

“He had to take us back to roots of his rage – the revenge anger – that secretly drives him,” Hodges explained to WND in an analysis of Obama’s comments. “His powerful unconscious message was, ‘In case you missed it I am one angry person and have repeatedly directed it at America.’ It showed up in his debate comments (his angry facial expression/body language, his disrespectful overly aggressive attacks on Romney). It showed up in his recent U.N. speech (September 25, 2012) where he reminded us of how he secretly hated America and again unconsciously confessed to attacking our core foundations – particularly our Constitution – as an illegal president.”

Hodges concludes that Obama is confessing that he himself is among “those who use hatred of America, or the West … as a central principle of politics.”

He said others have noted the unusually comment about “revenge.”

“Popular political analyst Dick Morris underscored Obama’s seeming inappropriate comment that ‘voting is the best revenge’ and offered an interpretation. – Obama-speak for his hatred of the rich, the successful job creators – and Obama wanting to impose his socialistic agenda,” Hodges said.

“Morris got the ‘hate’ part of it right but again reveals how no one can grasp just how angry Obama is. When it comes to interpreting Obama’s deepest motives, his own quick-read unconscious genius (his super intelligence) is the master informer. Only he can tell us the extent of his rage.”

He continued, “Obama has made plain between-the-lines all the way from the beginning of his presidency up to the present day in his recent U.N. speech and presidential debates, he hates America. Obama doesn’t just want to spread the wealth around, he wants to destroy us economically and otherwise.”

“Obama’s ‘revenge’ comment was one pithy reminder that unconsciously he remains far angrier than anyone imagines including his own conscious mind. It was one final confession that out of his deep personal wounds and misguided anger he has attacked America’s core foundations as much as he could possibly get away with. Brilliantly his super-intel chose a one word description summing up his presidency, ‘Revenge.’ It describes his multiple attacks on America, informing us that we are looking at the tip of the iceberg of Obama’s mind,” Hodges explained.

“His below the surface unconscious ‘revenge’ is a Titanic size mass of ‘untrammeled fury,’ the exact description of his rage he presents at the very beginning of his autobiographical ‘Dreams from My Father,’” he described.

Hodges identifies the real target of Obama’s rage as his father.

“Exactly like his angry absent father who destroyed Obama’s foundation, he repeats the deed, reenacts his trauma by his attempt to tear down the presidency,” Hodges said.

Hodges earlier said Obama’s “super intelligence moral compass” repeatedly has confessed his ineligibility to hold the office of president.

“From my experience as a forensic profiler, I know when a guilty person starts to break. Law enforcement describes how guilty suspects show signs of cracking during an interrogation – and they push on those weaknesses. We can view Obama’s poor performance during the first presidential debate with Romney on Oct. 3 in a similar way. The debate – a symbolic interrogation – was the first time Obama had faced tough questions since 2008,” Hodges said at the time.

“And he showed signs of cracking.”

On Hodges’ website, Steven A. Egger, associate professor of criminology at the University of Houston, Clear Lake, has written that Hodges’ technique is “becoming the cutting edge of forensic science.”

“Dr. Hodges’ investigation of forensic documents in the Natalee Holloway case indicates that his ‘thoughtprint decoding method’ and ‘reading between the lines’ is, in fact, becoming a major contribution to law enforcement tools used by criminal investigators,” wrote Egger.

See recent YouTube series “The Obama Confession” by Dr. Hodges


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