Analyze him: Barack Obama called ‘narcissistic’ in new book
‘Change We Deserve’
By Luz Martin, MD
Philippine-born psychiatrist and neurologist Luz M. Martin has published a book released in time for the Nov. 6 elections.
“Change We Deserve” is an indictment of President Barack Obama’s policies as well as his personality. The author discuses Obama’s “defense mechanisms, his narcissism, his murky past, his unconscious rage against paternal abandonment and concomitant ‘revenge’ against colonial America,” according to a press statement. The book details the “unraveling of how his policies are translated into modern-day slavery in a new generation of Americans.”
“Nowhere in American history has a Filipino American psychiatrist done a detailed, bold and controversial psycho-political analysis of the first ever African-American president of the most powerful country in the world, the USA,” said a press statement from Tate Publishing. Martin discusses how the 2008 U.S. election was won “under the narcissistic spell of a narcissistic candidate, Barack Obama, aided by the most biased media.” The publisher said Martin finished “Change We Deserve” in six weeks, inclusive of all research work and psychoanalysis of the first African-American president.
In the book, Martin questions whether readers want to preserve their liberty, particularly religious freedom; redefine marriage, life, and death; veer more towards Socialism and Marxism; and have their individual and minority rights violated for the majority without a whimper. “This is America’s peaceful fight without arms,” the author said.
Born in the Philippines, Martin is married to an Irish-American entrepreneur. The couple has a 17-year-old son who’s in 11th grade. The family loves traveling, snorkeling and sports programs.
Martin said her Filipino heritage was a big influence in her decision to write this book. For one, Filipinos are reared to be very religious with a deep sense of Catholic beliefs and practices. This book illustrates her love of God and for her adopted country, said the press statement.