A forensic profiler who worked on the disappearance of Natalie Holloway and the double-murder case against O.J. Simpson says he is becoming alarmed by some of the references President Obama is using.
Andrew G. Hodges, M.D., who wrote "The Obama Confession: Secret Fear, Secret Fury," previously said Obama's statement "I am not a dictator" actually meant, "I am the dictator president."
Hodges also concluded Obama unconsciously confessed to stealing the 2012 election.
On Hodges' website, Steven A. Egger, associate professor of criminology at the University of Houston, Clear Lake, has written that Hodges' technique is "becoming the cutting edge of forensic science."
"Dr. Hodges' investigation of forensic documents in the Natalee Holloway case indicates that his 'thoughtprint decoding method' and 'reading between the lines' is, in fact, becoming a major contribution to law enforcement tools used by criminal investigators," wrote Egger.
Hodges is not new to the field, already having identified killers by studying ransom notes, emails, letters and police interviews to spot secret confessions. He decoded Simpson's "suicide note" to confirm Simpson had committed a double murder. He deciphered the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note in Boulder, Colo., to identify the child's killer. He decrypted letters from BTK to predict that he was about to kill again – the only profiler to do so. He studied statements by Joran van der Sloot and Deepak Kalpoe to tie them to the slaying of Holloway. He showed how Casey Anthony secretly confessed to killing her daughter in 200 letters written to a jail mate. He even decoded Bill Clinton's comments about Monica Lewinsky.
In his newest analysis, he looks further into Obama's statements in his press conference about the sequester issue in which he berated Republicans for not doing what he wants.
Hodges said "another spontaneous image" appeared from Obama's "super intelligence."
"Asked whether he couldn't have pushed negotiations until a deal was reached, Obama replied, 'I can't have Secret Service block the doorway,'" Hodges explained
"He suggests the secret wish to block the Republicans from the door to the government. Failing to negotiate, he has made every effort to demonize/crush Republicans to gain total control of the government after the 2014 election. His 'have Secret Service' image further suggests a desire to totally control major government law enforcement agencies– to block any opposition," Hodges said.
"The frightening image 'of blocking the doorway' to those who oppose him suggests progressively ideas of imprisonment/forced containment, and a picture of martial law. Extreme? Likely so for now but equally a potential major warning of his true intent – if everything fell into place," he said.
But Hodges noted objective actions that fit the pattern, such as the government's purchase of 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition, the estimated 145,000 federal agents with firearm- carry authority and the 65,000 agents for the Department of Homeland Security alone.
Then, he said, there's the report that a Minnesota company was selling to the federal government cutout targets "designed to 'desensitize police' to 'nontraditional threat targets."
The targets included pregnant women, children, older people and other civilians in neighborhood settings – all holding guns. The company reported law enforcement designed and ordered the targets.
"In your wildest imagination, who in law enforcement needs desensitization to such targets?
Hodges noted that even activists on the left have expressed concern. Medea Benjamin, co-founder of the left-wing Code Pink, in a recent WABC radio interview with host Aaron Klein, called the potential abuse by the Obama administration's huge domestic police power "extremely troubling."
"Recall Obama's earlier words which, importantly, he made spontaneously, strongly pointing toward an unconscious confession. 'We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded [as the military].'
"What exactly was he thinking and why? Undeniably this was extreme: a civilian force just as well funded and strong as our military – implying majorly armed. The question is what exactly was Obama secretly confessing about his future plans? His unconscious super intelligence suggests a warning from a very dangerous Obama," Hodges contends.
The violent imagery Obama used in his first inaugural stunned Hodges. He cited "sacrifices borne by our ancestors," "perils we can scarcely imagine," "stained with blood," "earlier generations faced down fascism …with missiles and tanks … and enduring convictions."
And Obama's references to "leaders" include: "those who seek to advance their aims by inducing terror and slaughtering innocents," "leaders … who seek to sow conflict, or blame their … ills on the West" and "the oath is taken amidst gathering clouds and raging storms."
"As always, Obama's super intelligence (guided by a deeper moral compass) suggests ways to stand up to him and the danger he presents," Hodges wrote, quoting, "Work tirelessly to lessen the nuclear threat, and roll back the specter of a warming planet."
The profiler said Obama's behavior "shouts at us."
"The background of murderous drone attacks he personally took delight in supervising – a suggestion of just how furious he is," he wrote, noting Obama's "pattern" of weakening the U.S. militarily and citizens individually by cutting budgets and restricting gun rights.
"Throw into the mix the seemingly extreme idea of using drones on the American people but still a possibility and we have yet another issue of war against the citizens," Hodges said.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., staged a nearly 13-hour filibuster because the administration refused to confirm for him that Americans on U.S. soil would not be killed by Obama-ordered drone strikes.
"Remember, too, Obama was an Alinsky trainer. And Alinsky's motto was "trick" – deception from within – followed by revolution and social chaos," Hodges said.
"One thing we can say for certain is that America is in a very precarious place. And such an angry wounded president arming a civilian force to the maximum when speaking of an apocalypse, evil on the horizon and a dictator president – along with his need to control law enforcement – presents an extreme warning."
Hodges previously noted Obama's reference to two sci-fi movies.
"He suggested the idea, 'I should somehow do a 'Jedi mind-meld' with these folks [Republicans] and convince them to do what's right.' He used a mixed image from two sci-fi shows," Hodges explained. "First he alluded to a Jedi 'mind trick' used on weak-minded foes ('Star Wars' films) implying his continued mind games to trick subservient foolish Americans.
"His spontaneous 'Star Wars' image also references his war on the Republicans – efforts to discredit them so that he can affect the next election and control both houses of Congress in his dictatorial behavior. (He also suggests his war on the military – to weaken it.)
"Finally he implies in the 'mind-meld' technique he's opening his unconscious mind up and we can read it if we know how – just as Commander Spock in 'Star Trek' would let others read his mind to provide them with special insightful messages," he said.
He suggested Obama has been exaggerating the impact of the sequester to "unconsciously paint a true picture of his overall destructive plan."
"His super intelligence looks into the future and sees the result of his plans long-term," Hodges said.
"Middle-class families will 'have their lives disrupted in significant ways.' He predicts that Americans one day will know the economy didn't have to suffer if bad decisions (his) had been averted. We ask which does greater damage: a 2 percent budget cut or his obvious long-term plan of crippling rising debt and increased taxes?"
Hodges also suggested Obama is revealing a coming "apocalypse" by saying, "There's not going to be an apocalypse."
"When he wonders (regarding Republicans) if he could do something else 'to make these guys not paint horns on my head' we indeed should be frightened beyond belief. He suggests America is in for a devil of a time to put it mildly – that deep down he harbors evil intentions," Hodges said.