Craziness is what craziness does…

A growing number of people are asking the question, ¨What is going on?¨ The actions of individuals and government appear to be childish, irrational, and harmful. I would add psychotic.

  1. Depressed mood can be an indicator of psychosis, particularly if combined with delusional beliefs, misplaced distrust or extreme pessimism.
  2. Anxiety, including social anxiety and restlessness, can be a further indicator, particularly when combined with misplaced distrust or paranoia.
  3. Anger issues, agitation or an irritable mood, particularly after consuming alcohol or taking other substances that disinhibit behavior, can indicate hypomania, a common sign of psychosis. The anger issues can also be grounded in a feeling of grandiosity, a feeling of superiority that others “allegedly” fail to recognize.
  4. Psychosis is often accompanied by sleep abnormalities. The mildly psychotic individual may sleep very little and may suffer from sleep disturbances and frequent nightly wakings.
  5. Hypochondria is itself a form of mild psychosis. The hypochondriac has a deep and ungrounded worry about having or developing a serious mental illness.
  6. Paranoia and suspiciousness are classical traits of psychosis but they can be subtle. The afflicted may feel that most people in their family, social circles or at work are out to get them or hates them, even when the evidence does not support these suspicions. The sufferer may distrust their closest friends or family members.
  7. The distrust of friends and family members may lead to withdrawal from social circles. Sometimes the distrust is disproportional. The sufferer may distrust a family member but be too trusting of a complete stranger or a remote acquaintance. This sort of behavior can result in a lack of an actual support network and aggravate the condition.
  8. Overly rapid speech and racing thoughts can be signs of hypomania, a common specifier of psychosis.
  9. Having a strong need to lead a repetitive or simplified lifestyle and to avoid commitments and to find a complicated lifestyle or living situation stressful can be a specifier of the beginning stages of psychosis.
  10. Other subtle cues that an individual suffers from a mild case of psychosis are flat emotions and a lack of empathy (i.e., the ability to perceive others’ feelings and personality). This phenomenon, which is also known as blunted affect, can come across as a form of narcissism. Blunted affect involves a reduced intensity of outward emotional expression and is typically accompanied by a lack of subjective feelings, loss of motivation, and anhedonia (the inability to experience pleasure), except when engaging in some limited and repetitive activities.

Commercials provide a hint. Many of the drugs advertised these days are for the symptoms listed above. Here is an example.

Notice all of the possible side effects.

What happens when people are exposed to multiple drugs?

¨You might think wastewater treatment plants would take care of the situation, but pharmaceuticals pass through water treatment.¨

Add to this the contaminants being released into the air. Yes, many are beginning to look up and actually see those milky lingering trails in the sky.

There is more cancer and increasing numbers of people experiencing mental issues.

People try to self-medicate:

Could it be that what we are living through is being generated by pharmaceutical pollution and overexposure?

And that pollution has manifested itself in the highest levels of government?

If the news around you does not make sense and seems crazy, well.. it is.


The first thing to do is realize there is a problem, join with like-minded individuals, and make changes. Begin with educating yourself on the situation. Make an individual plan and a community plan. Realize that it is up to you; no leader is going to pop up and save the world. It is up to you.


Note: This is what happens when you begin to search out information that certain entities do not want you to see: Mattias Desmet.