ttps: //www.youtube.com/watch? v = UuecAuCQ4wo Look at the situation with humor - I love this comedian. The Americans, unlike us, know how to laugh at themselves. And everything is very serious here.
No, it isn't. For 5 years of work in a psychiatric hospital, I have not met a single such patient.
An in-depth study and description of schizophrenia began in the middle of the nineteenth century. Then it was also called "early dementia" and was first described by the French psychiatrist Benedict Morel in 1853. In those days, Napoleon was a very iconic and discussed figure not only in France, but throughout the world. He was an idol or an enemy for a huge mass of people.
Delusional ideas reflect the era in which a person lives. It was in the middle of the nineteenth century, because of his popularity, that Napoleon was included in the delusional ideas of thousands of mentally ill people. This was described by Morel in his scientific works, then in journals, articles. This information reached the people. And from this there was a strong belief that schizophrenics consider themselves Napoleons.
Time passed. Napoleon was gradually forgotten. Along with this, the crazy ideas with his participation came to naught. They invented the radio - and suddenly thousands of schizophrenics began to believe that they were being irradiated with radio waves, that they could transmit their thoughts with their help. Space exploration began - many schizophrenics suddenly began to believe that they were being pursued by Martians, green men, aliens from other galaxies. They invented cellular communication - they began to believe that cell towers affect their brains, monitor them. The Internet was invented - patients began to believe that the FSB or someone else was connecting to their brains over a wireless connection. Massive anti-American propaganda began - the patients included the Americans in their delirium. Then the Ukrainians, the "Bandera". Now even the Syrians influence our patients through radio waves and not only.
Only Christ does not go out of fashion. As Jesus met centuries ago among patients, so they still meet. But one has only to die of Christianity, to be replaced by another religion, and the Jesus among the patients will immediately stop.