Inside the mind of Netanyahu, manuscript shows his psychiatrist’s suicide in 2010

Moshe Yatom, a renowned psychiatrist of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, committed suicide over PM’s “satanic lies” back in 2010.

Yatom was a prominent Israeli psychiatrist and was found dead at his home in Tel Aviv after he shot himself in June 2010.

He ‘sucked the life right out of me’

In his death note, Yatom, said the Netanyahu, who was his patient for nine years, “sucked the life right out of me,”

“I can’t take it anymore,” wrote Yatom.

“Robbery is redemption, apartheid is freedom, peace activists are terrorists, murder is self-defense, piracy is legality, Palestinians are Jordanians, annexation is liberation, there’s no end to his contradictions.” he added.

“Freud promised rationality would reign in the instinctual passions, but he never met Bibi Netanyahu. This guy would say Gandhi invented brass knuckes.”

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Yatom was stunned with a “waterfall of lies” which caused him to grow increasingly depressed.

He has also reportedly suffered a number of strokes when trying to grasp Netanyahu’s thinking, which he called “a black hole of self-contradiction”

His first stroke occurred when Netanyahu said that the 9/11 attacks on New York “were good”

The second was when Netanyahu insisted that Iran and Nazi Germany are identical.

His third stroke was when the PM called Iran’s nuclear energy programme a “flying gas chamber,”

Yatom tried on various occasions to calm the PM’s hysteria but ended in failure.

Moshe Yatom was supposed to turn his diary on Netanyahu to a book.

Part of manuscript released

The following excerpt was part of a manuscript found upon his death that was exclusively published in the Palestinian Initiative for the Promotion of Global Dialogue and Democracy (MIFTAH). It was in an article by Michael K. Smith, author of Portraits of Empire and The Madness of King George.

“Bibi came by at three for his afternoon session. At four he refused to leave and claimed my house was actually his. Then he locked me in the basement overnight while he lavishly entertained his friends upstairs. When I tried to escape, he called me a terrorist and put me in shackles. I begged for mercy, but he said he could hardly grant it to someone who didn’t even exist.”

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