Is Bliar certifiably insane?

Is Bliar certifiably insane?

  • Yes - he is a nutter! Lock him up NOW!

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  • No - he is fully operational and all of his circuits are functioning perfectly.

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#1
As a layman I do not understand the full range and taxonomy of delusional illnesses but it is still obvious that Bliar is not playing with a full deck.

Is is borderline personality disorder or does he have one of those Napoleon complexes often mocked in cartoon strips?

Please, complete the poll, medical practitioners and other interested parties.
 
#2
Blair shold be detained under tSection 2 of the Mental Health act (or Section 141?) because he suffers IMO from:

Psychopathic Disorder...
... means a persistent disorder or disability of mind (whether or not including significant impairment of intelligence) which results in abnormally aggressive or seriously irresponsible conduct on the part of the person concerned


Section 141 of the Mental health Act:

Members of Parliament suffering from mental illness

141 -(1) Where a member of the House of Commons is auth­orised to be detained on the ground (however formulated) that he is suffering from mental illness, it shall be the duty of the court, authority or person on whose order or application, and of any registered medical practitioner upon whose recommendation or certificate, the detention was authorised, and of the person in charge of the hospital or other place in which the member is authorised to be detained, to notify the Speaker of the House of Commons that the detention has been authorised.

(2) Where the Speaker receives a notification under subsection (1) above, or is notified by two members of the House of Com­mons that they are credibly informed that such an authorisation has been given, the Speaker shall cause the member to whom the notification relates to be visited and examined by two registered medical practitioners appointed in accordance with subsection (3) below.

(3) The registered medical practitioners to be appointed for the purposes of subsection (2) above shall be appointed by the President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and shall be prac­titioners appearing to the President to have special experience in the diagnosis or treatment of mental disorders.

(4) The registered medical practitioners appointed in accord­ance with subsection (3) above shall report to the Speaker whether the member is suffering from mental illness and is authorised to be detained as such.

(5) If the report is to the effect that the member is suffering from mental illness and authorised to be detained as aforesaid, the Speaker shall at the expiration of six months from the date of the report, if the House is then sitting, and otherwise as soon as may be after the House next sits, again cause the member to be visited and examined by two such registered medical prac­titioners as aforesaid, and the registered medical practitioners shall report as aforesaid.

(6) If the second report is that the member is suffering from mental illness and authorised to be detained as mentioned in subsection (4) above, the Speaker shall forthwith lay both reports before the House of Commons, and thereupon the seat of the member shall become vacant.

(7) Any sums required for the payment of fees and expenses to registered medical practitioners acting in relating to a member of the House of Commons under this

shall be defrayed out of moneys provided by Parliament.
 
#3
I would strongly suggest that a Barring Order should be obtained under Sect 25, in order to prevent interference from the Wide-Mouthed Frog.


Section 25 limits the Nearest Relative's power to order discharge. The Nearest Relative cannot make an order for discharge with immediate effect, but has to give 72 hours' notice. During this time, the Responsible Medical Officer may provide the Mental Health act Managers with a report certifying that:

* the patient, if discharged, would be likely to act in a manner dangerous to other persons or to her/himself.

In such cases, the Nearest Relative's proposed order for discharge has no effect; the patient remains detained. The Nearest Relative cannot properly make another order for discharge for another 6 months (even if the Section is changed or renewed during this time).



I suspect that the differential diagnoses will include megalomania: n. form of insanity in which patient believes him- or herself to be person of great importance; mania for doing grand actions.
 
#8
While your at it, insert your truncheon in a certain orifice. He's been doing that to us for the past few years, now see how he likes it :evil:
 
#12
it was Tony
 
#14
IdeasFactory said:
Come on, admit it! Who said 'no'?
Well, it would seem that Cpl_Ripper has been talking him up of late...
 

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