About psychiatry

The 14th century priests burned heretics alive. This was logic, rational, reasonable and scientific. Psychiatry is just the same. Poisoning, butchering or electrocuting someone’s brain is logic, rational, reasonable and scientific. They believe nonsense. They believe it sincerely. They become extremely convinced of it. They strive forever incessantly to make others agree and conform to their own ideas and expectations of belief and behavior. The religious fanatic and the scientific zealot are simple different versions of the same nutty phenomenon. The content of their assertions and beliefs differ, but the manner in which they function is exactly the same. In a very real sense both the 14th century priest and the modern psychiatrist are nothing more than very dull people, incapable of calm detached observation of what actually is, and who chronically believe and assert very stupid ideas that far too many other people readily accept without any careful examination or resistance. And the funniest part is that generally the scientific folks attack and claim to be so superior to the religious folks, in terms of truth, reason and legitimacy when they really do exactly the same thing! They suffer from the same degree of lunacy as did the religious nuts of the past which they so correctly criticize and attack.

Do not base your opinion only on what members of the psychiatric field tell you. Liquor manufacturers will not tell you that their products cause liver damage, that they are the source of numerous automobile related deaths every year, and encourage you to cease drinking liquor. In fact, they will involve themselves and you in endless rational discussions and reasonable arguments about responsible partying, drinking with control, designated drivers, take lots of B vitamins and so on, and do everything but suggest the one and only effective and sensible thing. Simply choose not to drink at all and encourage others to do the same. Similarly, no psychiatrist will tell you that psychiatric procedures harm people and that you should avoid them at all cost. Even if he or she knew or suspected this, he or she couldn’t endure the loss of income, status and authority this would entail. After all, psychiatry is primarily a business. It is a money-making venture just like the liquor manufacturers. It is not a field ultimately concerned with helping people and society. Any honest study of its history and practices makes this abundantly clear. And again, pay no attention to what they say or claim. People can and do believe and say anything, and far too often what they say and believe has nothing at all to do with truth or your best interests.

The mental health community aids in repression by directly diagnosing and even institutionalizing against their will people who claim to be mind control victims. This is nothing short of the former Soviet system of using psychiatry to discredit and silence dissidents and others. There really are mentally ill people, and their illnesses are used as cover lies for torture. The mental health system should be considered collaborators in repression, at least until their diagnostic manuals have entries for electronic and other mind control, nonconsensual experimentation, and trauma and torture sequelae due to harassment campaigns. The psychiatric community is used to enforce belief in the socially demanded delusion that the government does not engage in extrajudicial torture and harassment of its own citizens (and the delusion that the psychiatric community doesn’t have years of mind control blood on its hands).

The psychiatric and psychological communities are also used as tools in the repression and torture. Sometimes wittingly, sometimes unwittingly, mental health workers aid in and help cover up mind control operations. First, these communities aid in the repression by advertising mental illnesses and their symptoms while ignoring technological means for inflicting the same symptoms. They ignore the reality of government harassment campaigns and nonconsensual experimentation on the public. This lays the groundwork for mind control victims to be labeled as mentally ill and dismissed, or for some half-educated person to think that they are helping by suggesting that the victim “get psychiatric help.” Deniability is one of the first principles of covert action, and inflicting torture which mimics the symptoms of mental illness is not especially novel. The deniability is preserved by publicizing mental illnesses while denying mind control technology and harassment techniques.


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