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CDR: Necrotizing Polititis

March 20, 2015 2 comments

Necrotizing Polititis (from the Greek: nεκρωτική πολιτιτις) or NP, commonly known as flesh-eating advocacy or flesh-eating partisan syndrome, is an infection of the deeper layers of principals, values and subpolitical patriotism, easily spreading across the fascial plane within the subcutaneous culture of a society.

Necrotizing Polititis progresses quickly, having greater risk of developing in the media-compromised due to conditions such as bias, misinformation or propaganda. It is a severe disease of sudden onset and exhibits symptoms of public reputation inflammation, pundit tachycardia, officious crepitus and highly fevered citizenry, which if left untreated can result in property damage, physical injury or death. Infected persons typically complain of intense pain due to racism; discrimminatory external phobias; and civil, financial and generalized social injustice.

The first line of defense against this disease is strong personal moral, ethical and education foundations. But because the political toxins can destroy soft cultural tissue and reduce thought flow, truth and reason may not reach all of the infected and decaying areas. This is why the rapid societal removal of necrotizing agents may be critical to stopping the infection.

See also Battered Constituent Syndrome, Politanomaly Trichromacy, Revovirus




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CDR: Googliarrhea

February 6, 2015 1 comment

Googliarrhea (from the Ancient Greek ζοοζlεδεδομένα from δεδο dat “big data” and ῥέω rheo “flow”) is the condition of having loose or liquid on-line data movements, which can result in privacy dehydration due to information leakage. Symptoms range in severity from annoyingly creepy personalized web ads to identity theft and, in the most severe cases, government targeting, such as TSA “no fly” listings or worse. The most common cause is an internet infection due to either a software virus, bacterial data blooms commonly known as “cookies” or a parasitic search engine or email account; a condition known as googlenteritis. The number of cases is rapidly approaching the known world population. The only effective treatment at this time is the adoption of an Amish lifestyle.

See Also:  Battered Constiuent Syndrome, Irritable Bureaucrat SyndromePoly-uromysitisisRulematism



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CDR: GOPesophageal Reflux Disease

December 19, 2014 1 comment

GOPesophageal Reflux Disease, or GERD, is a disorder that affects the sphincters of upper and/or lower legislative chambers most commonly causing symptoms of heartburn, regurgitation, nausea and pain with swallowing at election time in conservative voters. Doctors believe that most people suffer from GERD due to a condition called axiomatical hernia, which itself is caused by improper political heavy lifting, hard choking at critical junctures, sharp blows to the vulnerable groin area known as values and improper posture due to weak spine. In most cases, voter symptoms can be relieved through political changes, though relief may take two, four or six years.

See also:  GOPTOX Treatment, Neoconfibromatosis, RINOplastySpina Polibifida




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CDR: Anapolitical Shock

November 6, 2014 Leave a comment

Anapolitixis is an acute multi-system server Type I hypersensitivity reaction to landslide elections, coup d’etats and revolutions. The term comes from the Greek words ἀνά ana (against) and φύλαξις politixus (many blood suckers).

Due in part to variations in constitutionally defined terms and election cycles, between 5% and 20% of the incumbent political population of the United States can be considered “at risk” for an Anapolitical reaction if they are implicated in exposing the citizenry to one or more oppressive government programs or ineffective economic policies. Of those people who actually experience Anapolitixis, up to 3% may suffer a catastrophic career ending electoral seizure as a result, though most suffers usually convalesce comfortably in post-public sector service employment offered by legal partnerships and lobbying firms. Fear of Anapolitical Shock induces an establishment abhorrence of grassroots political activities, most notably the so-called “Tea Party.” In the United States, the malady usually coincides with the cold and flu season, with the number of reported cases peaking during the first or second week of November.

Outside of North America, Anapolitixis outbreaks have often been more virulent, and, occasionally, so severe as to involve the loss of body extremities (most notably heads) and death.

See also:  Battered Constituent Syndrome, E poliMalignant Prioritization Neoplasm, Marxism Syndrome by Proxy, Myopolitical Infarcation






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CDR: Politanomaly Trichromacy

September 24, 2014 1 comment

Politanomaly Trichromacy is a psychotically induced visual impairment which affects a significant percentage of the population, causing them to observe and understand human behavior in a sepiatic monochromality. which gives them a single channel baseline for perceiving, understanding and reacting to reality, often inducing irrational thought processes and overwrought emotional reactions to events and the observed and/or reported actions of individual homo sapiens. It seems not to affect the afflicted person’s observations of and interactions with any other species known to science.

Sufferers, who can distinguish only whites, blacks and varying shades of brown, even when viewing news, sports, entertainment and other faithfully portrayed renditions of reality on a fully functioning High Definition Television (HDTV), characteristically react with multiple physical (motor) tics and at least one vocal (phonic) tic. These tics characteristically wax and wane, depending upon media exposure, and may range in severity from delusional sound bites to rioting in the streets. The only known treatments are media quarantining and willfully induced third party antipathy and apathy.

See Also:  Post-Racism Stress Disorder, Racial Keratotomy



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CDR: Irritable Bureaucrat Syndrome

August 12, 2014 2 comments

Irritable Bureaucrat Syndrome (IBS or Spastic Civil Servant Disorder) is a symptom-based diagnosis of governmental dysfunction characterized by ego bloating, verbal flatulence, citizen service deficiency, mission amnesia, accountability constipation, and diarrheal malfeasance. While IBS has no known organic cause, a disruption of the brain-conscience axis, myopic political loyalty and greed are thought to be important factors.

IBS is a source of chronic pain, fatigue, frustration and other symptoms for Citizens, and often contributes to civic apathy and antipathy. The high prevalence of IBS and significant effects on quality of life make it a disease with high social and financial costs. In extreme cases, IBS can have a direct effect on life expectancy (See Stalin, Hitler, Mao, Pol Pot, et al).

In most cases, avoidance of government interactions minimizes Citizen daily discomfort, though in chronic cases an adminectomy may be required. In extreme cases of metastasized Spastic Civil Servant Disorder, exchange transfusion treatment may be undertaken, via a coup ‘d tat or revolution.

See also Bureau of Motor Vehicles, United States Postal Service, Internal Revenue Service, Washington D.C., Montgomery, Juneau, Phoenix, Little Rock, Sacramento, Denver, Hartford, Dover, Tallahassee, Atlanta, Honolulu, Boise, Springfield, Indianapolis, Des Moines, Topeka, Frankfort, Baton Rouge, Augusta, Annapolis, Boston, Lansing, St. Paul, Jackson, Jefferson City, Helena, Lincoln, Carson City, Concord, Trenton, Santa Fe, Albany, Raleigh, Bismarck, Columbus, Oklahoma City, Salem, Harrisburg, Providence, Columbia, Pierre, Nashville, Austin, Salt Lake City, Montpelier, Richmond, Olympia, Charleston, Madison, Cheyenne, or your local city hall




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CDR: Moneynucleosis

April 30, 2014 Leave a comment

Moneynucleosis is a politically common, infectious and often widespread disease identified in the DSM-5 as an Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder characterized by a chronic paralysis of the spirit and emotionally stunted ambition. Victims exhibit the aberrant behavior of repeatedly stacking up and measuring piles of money, then monomaniacally fixating on the variations in the height of each individual pile. In extreme cases, sufferers may seek to coercively even all the stacks out, which often leads to incarceration for civilians and reelection for politicians. In adolescents and young adults, the disease is characterized by fevered rhetoric, radical thought patterns and incoherent economic utterances. Over 90% of working adults are likely to have acquired immunity by the age of 30, allowing for the exemption of musicians, actors, academics and bureaucrats. Moneynucleosis sometimes goes away on its own, but heavy doses of responsibility, enlightened self-interest and protestant work ethic can help you feel better.

See also Equality, Liberty, Capitalism, Communism, Socialism, Karl Marx, Frederich Engels, Democrats, Liberals, Progressives, Income Inequality and Redistribution of Wealth




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CDR: Ukrainiolossfacial Disorder

March 19, 2014 Leave a comment

Migraine headache brought about by feckless foreign policy decisions.  Relief is usually attempted by taking two aspirins and calling Putin in the morning.

See also Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin, John Kerry, Ukraine, Crimea


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CDR: Workaholism

January 22, 2014 1 comment

Workaholism is a broad term for problems with excessive work, and is generally used to mean compulsive and uncontrolled expenditure of effort, usually to the benefit of the laborer’s health, personal relationships, social standing and financial well-being. It is medically considered a disease, specifically an addictive illness. In the arena of public policy several other terms are used, specifically “profit,” “success” and “inequality” which have slightly different definitions.

The American Progressive Association supports a dual classification of workaholism to include both physical and mental components. The biological mechanisms that cause workaholism are not well understood. Social environment, religion, mental health, family history, age, ethnic group, and gender all influence the risk for the condition. Significant productivity output produces changes in the brain’s structure and chemistry, though some alterations occur with minimal expenditure of effort over a short term period, such as confidence, enthusiasm, and self-satisfaction. These changes maintain the person with workaholism’s compulsive ambition to succeed and result in work withdrawal syndrome if the person stops. Identifying workaholism is difficult for the individual afflicted because of the political stigma associated with the disease that causes people with workaholism to avoid diagnosis and treatment for fear of debilitating dependence, retaliatory envy or IRS audits.

Treatment of workaholism takes several steps. Because of the fiscal problems that can be caused by withdrawal, work detoxification is carefully controlled and may involve legislative programs such as food stamps, welfare, unemployment compensation and medicaid. People with workaholism also sometimes have other addictions, including addictions to material possessions and private property which may complicate this step. Thombs (1999) states according to a consensus of liberal scientists, workaholism most often starts as “maladaptive behavior”, but can be classified as “misbehavior” if it persists in direct opposition to peer pressure and the directives of government authority. Behavioral scientists explain that while most addicts have a behavior pattern that may lead to destructive consequences for themselves, workaholics damage society at large by setting higher standards, accepting personal responsibility and generally exposing shortcomings in others by their examples of success and accomplishment.

See also capitalism, communism, liberals, progressives, welfare state



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CDR: Post-Racism Stress Disorder

August 28, 2013 Leave a comment

Post-racism stress disorder (PRSD) is a societal and political mental health condition that is triggered by terrifying and horrific events in a nation’s history. Symptoms may include flashbacks, outrage and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable, inaccurate thoughts about the events, which may become disruptive to normal functions of society.

PRSD can cause many symptoms. These symptoms can be grouped into three categories:

1. Re-experiencing symptoms

  • Flashbacks—reliving traumatic events over and over, particularly in public or via mainstream media outlets, whether or not the afflicted individual actually experienced any such events first hand
  • Hallucinations, fabrications or false repressed memories
  • Frightening thoughts, paranoia and unfounded accusations of perceived injuries and insults
  • Irrational belief that events of the past are occurring in the present day

Re-experiencing symptoms may cause problems in a person’s everyday routine. They often start from the person’s own thoughts, feelings and self-interest. Words, objects, or situations that are reminders of events can also trigger re-experiencing.

2. Avoidance symptoms

  • Staying away from facts regarding places, events, or people that are reminders of the experience
  • Willful cognitive numbing
  • Projecting and inflicting strong feelings of guilt, repression, worry or fear to deflect from current circumstances
  • Losing interest in reality
  • Having trouble remembering or perceiving dangerous events accurately

Things, both real and imagined, that remind a person of  traumatic events can trigger avoidance symptoms. These symptoms may cause a person to change his or her personal routines and renderings of reality.  For example, after a billionaire shops unsuccessfully in Switzerland for a $38,000.00 purse to accessorize herself for Tina Turner’s wedding, she might then opine repeatedly how the United States, the population of which made her a billionaire, is a racist country which can only redeem itself by buying tickets to her latest movie release.

3. Hyperarousal symptoms

  • Being easily outraged
  • Feeling tense or “on edge”
  • Having angry, sometimes violent outbursts
  • Embracing overwhelming feelings of victimhood and entitlement

Hyperarousal symptoms are usually tiresomely constant, instead of being triggered by things that remind one of traumatic events. They can make the person feel stressed and angry. These symptoms may make it hard to do daily tasks, such as sleeping, eating, or concentrating.

It’s natural to have a genuine adverse reaction after a experiencing a dangerous, racially motivated event. Sometimes people have very serious symptoms that go away after only a few years. When the symptoms last more than a few generations, especially far beyond or completely disassociated from actual incidents, individuals and events themselves, and become an ongoing disruption to society, they might be PRSD, and lead to “clinically significant distress or impairment” of major domains of life activity, such as social relations, occupational activities, cultural and artistic expression, political, judicial and economic functionings.

See also


President Barack Obama

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Attorney General Eric Holder

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Oprah Winfrey

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“If we are to make progress in this area, we must feel comfortable enough with one another and tolerant enough of each other to have frank conversations about the racial matters that continue to divide us.”

~Eric Holder



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