This is crazy! HILLARY CLINTON HAS A BODY DOUBLE? For real? I get the 9/11 fainting or collapse of Hillary Clinton because obviously she is a very sick woman – unless you are a non-t…






This is crazy! HILLARY CLINTON HAS A BODY DOUBLE? For real? I get the 9/11 fainting or collapse of Hillary Clinton because obviously she is a very sick woman – unless you are a non-thinking Democrat or puppet media who stick to the memo and gag order that Hillary is fine and just suffering from weird allergies or whatever.

Below are pictures posted on twitter and I will let you people of America decide. If this is a case,  you are the jury and you give the verdict on this new case – the case of Hillary Clinton Body Double, is it fact or fiction.

According to Hillary’s Body Double watchdog ( the alt-right @ Twitter and Facebook ), the Hillary who emerged from Chelsea’s apartment may sound like her but surely cannot be her because of the following:

  1. The Hillary Body Double weigh less than Hillary – it’s impossible to lose that…

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In Defense of Moral Superiority

Following up on the conflict between blogger Disrupted Physician on his blog ( and summarized  in my previous blog, I wish to explain the importance of moral superiority to me and our society.

Firstly, please allow me to share with you why I feel upset with Disrupted Physician, his blog and his negative attitude towards moral superiority:

1. he is all ‘all things are going down hill’, ‘we are all doomed’ attitude, which really fosters a powerless and apathetic influence to the bullying victims. Although initially victims may feel this attitude comforting and empathetic, in the long run victims receive no moral guidance nor support to respond with hope and greater skills ;

2. his sidekick’s reasoning is in my view muddled and confused: “we are all equal therefore there can be no such thing as moral superiority”; and

3. when his sidekick accused me of jumping onto conclusion (which I think is erroneous), and I accused her of the exact same thing (which I think is of good reason), he did not treat us equally, definitely unfair to me in my view.  His clear siding with his sidekick indicates to me that he is not capable of either clear thinking or moral leadership.

I did not intend to cause conflict.  I expressed myself very respectfully towards him and his sidekick for most part of the exchange, even towards the end when I suggested that I was feeling frustrated with the morale on his blog I was still very matter of fact about it .  But I don’t think he or his sidekick treated me with the same courtesy.  The sidekick was aggressive from the start, while the doctor was showering favouritism towards her, especially at the final face-off time, and became very rude to me when I had to defend myself from his sidekick.  It astonishes me that this blogger claimed to be a victim of bullying can be so nasty to employ the same bullying tactics on reader of his blog who intends to provide feedback and respectful discussion.

Now my interactions with this blogger who I find very dubious, is inspiring me to take a deeper look of moral superiority and share with you my perspective on it.

Superiority is a relative thing,  we can be superior to others at some aspects of our abilities and character, and we can also be superior to ourselves in terms of our state of being at different stages of our life.

In the eastern philosophies, doing good and achieving moral superiority go hand in hand. Instead of viewing moral superiority as a negative show-off thing, it is viewed as the original benevolence at the core of our being. Doing good helps people to achieve the realization of this original benevolence at core, and realization of this original benevolent core helps people to grow intellectually and spiritually to undertake greater good.

I have experienced such realization 20 years ago, which was a very enlightening experience.  I have since had some very interesting spiritual experiences, including telepathy, seeing the future and recalling past life experiences.  These experiences came at random and not often, nevertheless they provide me a connection to a spiritual and mystical dimension of our reality, and greater abilities to contribute toward a better, fairer and more just world.

This is why I value moral superiority so much. It is not about I am superior than you so that I can make you feeling inferior about yourself.  It is about through effort I can grow morally more advanced, and will be able to uphold truth and justice with a greater capacity. Moral superiority can only grow when we really love our fellow human beings, and care about the wellbeing of our society, as love the essence of our core being.

Moral superiority in my mind is also about greater discernment, a greater appreciation of the strengths of others and one’s own, a greater understanding of the weaknesses of others and one’s own, as well as a greater commitment and abilities to contribute towards the betterment of our humanity.

This is why I am so worried and upset that in the west moral superiority has been used as a negative, politically incorrect term to discourage people from valuing and taking pride in their moral achievements. This original benevolent core of being is denied and nipped at the bud, which I think is a cause of great moral chaos and atrocities.

To achieve order and fairness in a society, there has to be some sort of moral compass, and the original benevolent core of our being is the best option that we have. To recover this original benevolent core of our being, it is essential that we first stop denying it and then we become inspired to experiment with it.  I would not say that people must thrive for it, because it should not feel like a chore. Although doing good is often rewarding, we do need to respect our limitations at times. Some people can be more ready than others at a given point of time, and the same person can be more ready at a particular point of time than another point of time.  But if the permission to be inspired by it is denied and nipped at the bud, people will miss again and again the opportunities to grow  morally which in turn supports growth of our intellectual and spiritual strengths.

Everyone has unique purposes in life, which dictate how our life will turn out to be, and compare with which, how we want our life turn out to be can be so weak and powerless.  I liked the avatar figure that I use. According to the computer dictionary, it is a manifestation of a deity or released soul in bodily form on earth; an incarnate divine teacher; an incarnation, embodiment, or manifestation of a person or idea. It is inspired by a Chinese children’s cartoon that I liked very much when I was five. To most of my earlier life this was just a fairy tale, an inspiration, not how I thought life could turn out for me practically.  However now I realise that the seed was there, and it had the right conditions to grow toward maturation.

When I was eleven I saw in a dream a place where I would be attending university.  Ten years later I realized that the place that I was attending university was the exact place that I saw in the dream ten years earlier.  Around that time of my life, I received another important revelation that I will grow spiritually and become an instrument to expose the evil in this world. I resisted the ‘exposing evil’ bit at first, as I would rather see people inspired by their original benevolent core of being to turn toward good. Now seeing the state of moral apathy in the west, I realize how naïve my previous resistance to expose evil was.  In the past 16 years, exposing evil is exactly what I ended up doing, although at times my assertiveness to hold truth and justice did prevent some people from committing wrongs.  And on some other occasions, my disapproving stance of some wicked people brought them closer to the divine judgement that they deserve. This is where my blog name Righteous Wrath came from.

According to the philosophical teachings of East Asia where I culturally originate from:

  •  Confucianism: The way of great learning consists in manifesting one’s bright virtue, consists in loving the people, consists in stopping in perfect goodness.(大學之道、在明明德、在親民、在止於至善.)
  •  Taoism: One benefits from learning new things every day, one sacrifices from following the tao/path. As one’s sacrifices accumulates, one does less and less, yet the less he does the more he achieves.  (为学日益, 为道日损. 损之又损, 以至于无为, 无为而无不为.)


Both of the teachings above advocate 3 stages or components of achieving moral superiority:

1. Learning and effort to realize the bright virtue, our true benevolent self which is the original benevolent core of our being;

2. Effort to apply the realization of our original benevolent core of our being for the common good (with conviction and abandonment); and

3  Achievement of perfect goodness and power.

As I have found the teaching works very well for me in practice, I hope sharing my understandings and experience with you can be of some help to you, to embark on a journey that takes you to realize the original benevolent core of your being, and reach a genuine moral superiority.

As with Disrupted Physician and his sidekick juliemadblogger,  their atrocious moral status helped me to understand how the western hegemony has been pestering the globe for the past a few centuries.  The truth is becoming clearer to me, justice is getting closer too.  Truth and justice never cease to prevail in the end, no matter what.  Those who indulge in wicked deeds will always come to an evil end.

Disrupted Physician is a Fraud



My original comment to Disrupted Physician:

 yipingwang58 says:

As a person who was at the receiving end of workplace bullying, I am glad to read your blog on this matter. However, I don’t understand why you think ‘moral superiority, bigotry, racism, and other biases all too often factor into the equation.”

I don’t think there is anything morally superior about bullying people, in fact I think this is a display of the exact opposite.

When people are really morally superior, they treat others with kindness, honesty and fairness, and they are certainly not afraid to fight against the bullying situation. Sure fighting against the bully situations may be a long and strenuous journey, yet I found it can be a very empowering and rewarding experience. It is only when victims rise up and fight back, the bullies will begin to learn that as they sow they shall reap.


Then I got juliemadblogger’s comment

 juliemadblogger says:

Of course they pretend to be morally superior. They cannot perceive themselves as anything but flawless. There is no such thing as moral superiority! None! We are all worthy. The dichotomy between humans, the classification of some that are said to be superior and others considered worthless garbage needs to end. There is no grounds that those deemed worthless garbage are only worthy if they agree to being strapped into straitjackets, bound and drugged. BTW, the Murphy Bill was passed yesterday. We’re headed for genocide…..


I replied to juliemadblogger

 yipingwang58 says:

Juliemadblogger, you are confusing yourself.

The real moral superiority does not lead to denial of freedom of speech or genocide, on the contrary it prevents it.

I understand that in the western culture, for centuries people were taught that everyone is sinful and have no right to accuse one another, and this has become the exact breeding grounds bullying tactics need to fester, because then no one will be allowed to accuse the evil doer for their wrong doings? Isn’t this what had happened to the hundreds of years of genocide by the western colonialism? Isn’t this the real killer of “freedom of speech”?

What I am saying, is that we the victims need to grow in our own moral status to achieve a superiority over the abusers, so that we get to expose their evil deeds, hopefully understand the cause of their destructive behaviours, take constructive steps to help ourselves and help everyone involve to grow towards a greater morality together.

This I believe is what many people are doing, including Michael Lawrence Langan MD here, who is sharing some very interesting perspectives on the matter. To combat evil, we need to be morally confident first, which does not mean we deny other people’s freedom of speech or going around killing people, it does mean that we are honest and fair when it comes to our opinions of others, so that they receive a feedback that is beneficial to both themselves and everyone else.

As I sought clarification with Disrupted Physician, I expressed with him my disagreement with  juliemadblogger’s view.

 yipingwang58 says:

No, I don’t think we are all on the same page, as I am being accused of treading scary ground to make such comparisons of value in humans. Juliemadblogger is putting words into my mouth, accusing me of denying people rights based on their moral status. All I have been saying is that the real moral superiority is a good thing, and that people with real moral superiority are not the bullying type. They are not bullies, but they are not weak targets of the bullies either. If anyone dares to bully them, they will teach the bullies a good lesson, a lesson of fairness and accountability.

Now since Juliemadblogger accused me of denying people rights based on their moral status, does not people get fined or even loose licence when they commit traffic offence? Isn’t this the basis of most judicial systems in the world? Doesn’t this give us examples that when people are less moral, limits of rights can be imposed upon them?

I found Juliemadblogger basing her denial of real moral superiority on the so called worthiness of all people a very poor example of reasoning. These two things has no connection with each other, and her insistence to relation them two, to me seem to be an unfortunate hopefully an unintended condoning of the bullying tactics.


juliemadblogger replied


All I am saying is to tell the truth doesn’t make you, or me, or anyone a better quality person than anyone else. It simply means you are telling the truth. That’s a verb, an action. Dr. Langan exposed these so-called addiction treatment centers in his blog. He told the truth about these prison-like places that do not cure nor help anyone. To me, that’s an amazing and brave thing to do. We are trained in our society to remain silent and passive and to shut up about what we see and hear. He also exposed how people, including health care professionals, can be framed via phony blood tests. I shared his blog with fellow activists and they, too, are convinced that Dr. Langan isn’t some “disgruntled employee” and he knows what he is talking about. This is an action he did. I praise what he did but I still feel that we shouldn’t be saying some humans are better quality than others, as quality is measurable and the idea of that is too simplistic. And yes, it’s a matter of semantics as well.


I replied to juliemadblogger:

yipingwang58 says:

Juliemadblogger, telling the truth does make the teller a better person than a person who does not tell the truth. It is your muddled reasoning that really does not help us to solve the problem here. I see your approach morally apathetic.

We need people like Dr. Langan who exposed these so-called addiction treatment centers in his blog. He told the truth about these prison-like places that do not cure nor help anyone. To me, that’s an amazing and brave thing to do.

I understand that you are saying over and over that we shouldn’t be saying some humans are better quality than others, as quality is measurable and the idea of that is too simplistic. And I am in strong disagreement with you on this opinion of yours.

In a corrupt society where the vicious bullies the innocent, one thing they often use to silence the victims is to accuse the critics of their bullying tactics of ‘moral superiority’. In fact the term ‘moral superiority’ is not only used to justify the bullies own bullying tactics, but also used to counter their critics.

In order to improve the moral of our society, it is essential to recognise the importance of the real moral superiority, so that there can be some moral standards to monitor people’s behaviours and discourage socially destructive behaviours.

If people do not learn to appreciate and aspire towards moral superiority, and are not motivated to grow morally more superior, then our society deserve to suffer. It is useless to be a crying baby. And it is a great dis-service to humanity to deny the difference of people’s moral status. Each of us need to grow our moral status to reach a higher superiority, so that we can be wiser with our own conduct and can be of more helpful to promote greater fairness and justice in our society.



  yipingwang58 says:

“All I am saying is to tell the truth doesn’t make you, or me, or anyone a better quality person than anyone else. It simply means you are telling the truth.”

Tell the truth does not make you, or me, or anyone a better quality person than anyone else, ONLY WHEN everyone (ie you me and anyone else) tells the truth. It does not only mean that your are telling the truth, it also means that you are capable of being an honest person.

If people like you refuse to acknowledge the importance of moral status, then no wonder so many people are comfortable abusing and bullying us.

PS I am seriously thinking about un-following Dr Lagan. It is too depressing to put up with this confused, apathetic, and disempowering approach to deal with social ills. This is exactly how the corrupt authority keep people silent. They tell you:
1. All people are sinners and were born with sin;
2. The world is evil and we are all domed if we do not follow a dead prophet to be meek and lowly;
3. Our only salvation is to follow this dead prophet to be meek and lowly, so that when we die we go to heaven; and
4. Judge not for you will be judged.

To me juliemadblogger’s idea is exactly what takes to keep the society miserable, and to keep the corrupt authority unaccounted for.

Although Disrupted Physician went along with me, he clearly showed greater support for juliemadblogger’s muddled reasoning, and I found this very strange.


Then juliemadblogger’s bullying true colour came out:

  juliemadblogger says:

Yippy you clearly haven’t read my blog. I outed Massachusetts General Hospital. That is one of the most powerful medical institutions out there. Right now, you can’t read my 11 years of blogging as it is temporarily hidden, no one can, since I have a job application in and am waiting for a decision. Don’t call me a Christian, I am not one, I am a Jew, was born one. Don’t jump to incorrect conclusions based on some hasty, closed-minded decision. Neither Dr. Langan nor I care if you unfollow.


To which I replied:


  yipingwang58 says:

Your comment is awaiting moderation.

Once again, you are confused. I never called you a Christian. I am aware of the influence of Judaeo-Christian influence in the western civilization, and was referring it to explain the workings of corruptions in the west.

Once again, you have proven yourself jumping onto incorrect conclusions based on some hasty, closed-minded decision.

Clearly you are incapable of reasoning based on respect. And your behaviours have proven me right that you are a person impossible to reason. And I have noticed a lack of moral status on this site.

While I found you an offensive, unintellectual and morally apathetic person, I found Dr. Langan lack of moral strength to really tackle the issues.

This site is supposed to be an anti-bully forum, your involvement has clearly turned it into a bullying slaughter house. You really do not reflect your religion well.

Your arrogance and ignorance are clearly indicative why corruptions and abuses are running amok in the west. I am glad that I am here to expose your true bullying colour.


Shortly after Disrupted Physician’s true colour came out:

   Michael Lawrence Langan, M.D. says:

I have tried to be cordial and handle your misunderstanding with some aplomb. No more. You sir are the one incapable of understanding. I’m not going to argue with you as its a waste of my time. Why are you even commenting here. Troll somewhere else. Good day Ping!



From what I gathered through my interaction with him, Michael Lawrence Langan M.D. (aka Disrupted Physician) is a fraud.  I deeply suspect his real agenda of running this anti-bullying blog.  His blog displays a resistance to view the bullying situations with any positive possibilities. Instead of supporting and inspiring people, his blog disempowers and discourages people to take opportunities of growth.  When my questioning of his logic threatens his hidden agenda, he got his sidekick juliemadblogger to oust me.  I am satisfied in my mind now that his questionable agenda is confirmed by his actions.  And I am very pleased with myself that I was not persuaded to make donation to support his blog.  I must admit that I was tempted though. Hooray!!! No more long and boring blogs from Michael Lawrence Langan M.D. (disrupted physician) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!