Marie Harf and Narcissistic-Reality-Denial-Over-Educated-Beyond-Their-Intelligence Syndrome.


Approximately 23% of our American population believe that they are smarter than you. It’s true! These Soooper Geniuses call themselves “Progressives”, because the term “Liberal” has a bad connotation…and, rightfully so.

Liberals believe that, since they are “the smartest people in the room”, they know what’s best, not only for us, but for our children and their future, as well.

Even if their actions cost our nation its sovereignty.

Here’s the latest example: reports that

State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf, after coming under fire for suggesting a way to fight the Islamic State and all terrorism is by creating jobs, has an answer for her critics: Her argument is just “too nuanced” for them to understand. 

Harf, in TV interviews Tuesday night, stood by her original remarks and said she was speaking about a comprehensive approach to combating “extremism.” 

Harf said that means airstrikes in the short-term, and going after “root causes” like poor economic conditions in the long-term. 

“Longer term, we cannot kill every terrorist around the world, nor should we try,” Harf said on CNN. “How do you get at the root causes of this? Look, it might be too nuanced an argument for some, like I’ve seen over the past 24 hours some of the commentary out there, but it’s really the smart way that Democrats, Republicans, military commanders, our partners in the Arab world think we need to combat this.” 

Harf went on to say the approach doesn’t fit “into a sound bite,” when asked to respond to the intense criticism, on social media and elsewhere, of her original remarks. 

On Tuesday, Rob O’Neill, former Navy SEAL Team 6 member, told Fox News a “military strategy” is what’s needed to fight ISIS. 

“They get paid to cut off heads — to crucify children, to sell slaves and to cut off heads and I don’t think that a change in career path is what’s going to stop them,” he said. 

O’Neill, who claims to have fired the shot that killed Usama bin Laden, warned that the problem is spreading. 

“We can’t let it happen,” he said. “It’ll go to Saudi Arabia, it’ll hit Jordan.” 

Harf first pointed to jobs as a counter-ISIS strategy during an interview Monday night on MSNBC — after ISIS-aligned militants slaughtered 21 Coptic Christians in Libya.   

“We’re killing a lot of them, and we’re going to keep killing more of them. … But we cannot win this war by killing them,” Harf said on MSNBC’s “Hardball.” “We need … to go after the root causes that leads people to join these groups, whether it’s lack of opportunity for jobs, whether –” 

At that point, Harf was interrupted by host Chris Matthews, who pointed out, “There’s always going to be poor people. There’s always going to be poor Muslims.” 

Harf continued to argue that the U.S. should work with other countries to “help improve their governance” and “help them build their economies so they can have job opportunities for these people.” 

She said: “If we can help countries work at the root causes of this — what makes these 17-year-old kids pick up an AK-47 instead of trying to start a business?” 

Harf stood by the remarks Tuesday night on CNN, and on MSNBC. CNN host Wolf Blitzer challenged her statements, asking if she thinks these young men might not turn to terror if they just had a job. 

Harf called that a “gross oversimplification.” 

The only thing “gross” is this chick’s stupidity.

She exhibits the symptoms of a disease that I’ve noticed that most of the Far Left exhibit: Narcissistic-Reality-Denial-Over-Educated-Beyond-Their-Intelligence Syndrome. The patient tends to rely on his/her self-assumed superior intellect, denying the reality of the world around him/her to the point of forsaking both his/her allegiance to and concern for the people of the country that has provided him/her with both his livelihood and his well-being.

Notice how the patient distances himself/herself from all of the innocent lives so savagely ended by the Barbarians of ISIS, in an effort to boost his own self-esteem.

This syndrome seems to be extremely pernicious in academic and political figures. The patient actually believes that he/she is an expert on everything, to the point where he/she can write and distribute instructional theses to seasoned professionals while lecturing them in a didactic manner.

They also believe that they speak in lofty language, so far above average Americans’ heads, that we not comprehend what they are saying to us.

The reality is, we recognize complete and utter bull$#@!, when we hear it.

This syndrome causes patients to contradict themselves once they have committed others’ lives to a cause or mission. It is all a part of the denial of reality, along with a self-imposed aloofness caused by feelings of superiority.

Hence, the

We are not at war with Islam.

Buffoonery by the president and this idiotic “Let’s find them jobs and they won’t hate us anymore” claptrap from this Ivy League Debutante.

The only treatment for Narcissistic-Reality-Denial-Over-Educated-Beyond-Their-Intelligence Syndrome at this time is “refudiation” and isolation. The people ( average Americans, like you and me) who are being affected by these individuals must, in a clear and over-whelming manner, let the patient(s) know that they do not accept their attitude or actions and put them in a “time-out”. November of 2016 is the time scheduled for the start of this treatment.

Hopefully, the patients’ oblivious attitude will not have cost us our country and our very lives by then.

Until He Comes,



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