Saddam Hussein has captured the world’s attention by standing up to the
United States. In Iraq, he has captured the attention of his own people
some dramatic acts. He wrote the entire Koran in his own blood, which
taken from him in increments. He has gassed his own countrymen, and
practiced genocide against the Kurds. The reports of his horrible
chambers that he loves to use are enough to curdle one’s blood.
But Saddam Hussein’s opponents are the world’s best at disinformation and propaganda: Israel, the U.K. and the U.S. That leaves the common person wondering just what is Saddam Hussein really? Is he as bad as they claim, or are we being duped as has happened so often? One way to get around the disinformation and propaganda is to use handwriting analysis. Sad to say, the reports about Saddam Hussein are in line with his personality. What follows is a handwriting analysis of this leader.
HANDWRITING ANALYSIS OF SADDAM HUSSEIN
By Fritz Springmeier, CGA
The handwriting shows Saddam to be a dynamic leader with strong will power and cruelty. He enjoys challenges. He will act promptly. He will make a choice and take a firm stand. He doesn’t hesitate when it comes time to act. He would prefer to settle a matter rather than let it simmer. (The waiting he has to endure, as the Bush administration and its military pokes and prods him must be difficult for his personality.) Saddam wants to go through life first class. His senses are developed; he likes good food, good music, and pleasant odors. He is underdeveloped socially with a limited ability to have intimacy. It would be within his nature to force young girls to have sex with him, so reports that he does that regularly are certainly in line with his nature.
Saddam doesn’t like to get bogged down with details. Although he is intelligent with a mind in high gear, he doesn’t plan his actions, but works off his hunches and intuition. One might use the word clever to describe his sneaky intelligence. He is not apt to use logic, nor is he apt to work as a team member or accept advice from others. Given the fact that he is in power, it is no surprise he is a tyrant, when one considers his personality. He likes his privacy. He is both suspicious and secretive. He also is both aggressive and cruel. If this were not enough, he is moody and unstable. His unpredictable changes must terrorize those who must meet his every whim. He also has the ability to be stubborn.
He seeks alliances with people of like-mind. Other than that he is an individual. He only tells others what he wants them to know. He withholds his thoughts and his motives from others. He wants to be center stage, and his image is important to him. He likes to surprise others.
In summary, the writing shows a loner who has become dictator of a nation, who is capable of ruling using his clever intelligence, his penchant for surprising others, his sadistic nature, and his strong will power. With Saddam’s aggressive personality, it won’t take much for George Bush to provoke the war he wants. The question now is, who will surprise whom first?
HANDWRITING ANALYSIS WITH FRITZ SPRINGMEIER
In a day and age when even historians and presidents can’t be trusted, methods to get to the bottom of the truth are worth their weight in gold. The cost of being wrong about someone can be enormous. Scientific-based handwriting analysis, is an extremely powerful tool that can be used to understand ourselves and others. When we realize that a particular person’s actions are part of their personality we can accept them for who they are, rather than fruitlessly dream on about what we think they should be. Fritz has been a Certified Graphoanalyst since 1985. Now he is announcing that he has a NEW HANDWRITING WEBSITE at: http://www.pentracks.com .
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