Psychiatry : The Sowing and Selling of Insanity

Our modern culture is literally teaching ‘mental illness’ to children in our schools.

Do the ‘issues’ of our modern age manifest themselves in a cultural vacuum? I think not – by the time I was 7 years old, insanity as a behavioural model was clearly represented to me repeatedly. As these perverse understandings of such purportedly inescapable and uncontrollable behavioural models are forcefully disseminated throughout our culture, kids and teenagers inevitably adopt and attach them to feelings of insecurity, stress, or identity issues.

Identity being key here – because the underlying assumptions represented by the Politically Correct secular teachings that dominate our learning, medical, and even entertainment institutions impose an effective belief system of chemical determinism among the general population.

Thus, even the slightest, most common and understandable inconsistency of the self can immediately trigger a cascading tsunami of doubt and internal fear that such ‘inappropriate’ thoughts and feelings indicate the onset of genetically triggered, physiologically based, unstoppable and uncontrollable mental dysfunction, or so called ‘mental illness’.

But why would it be ‘abnormal’ to think about having an eating disorder – or even stabbing, fucking, and/or shooting your classmates or fellow employees, for that matter? Why would it be strange for someone at the wrong end of a power equation to harbour thoughts of violence against those they effectively suffer the threat or reality of violence from? Claiming surprise and shock, and proposing illustrious theories of the allegedly ‘mysterious’ origins of such behaviour is either wholly dishonest and corrupt, or displays patent stupidity and incompetence on the part of the ‘thought leaders‘ who would so cynically or blindly make such suggestions.

I challenge anyone to show me someone who has exhibited such pathological thought patterns or behaviour without being first exposed to the idea that such phenomena exist as a clear and uncontrollable, ‘genetically’ predetermined potentiality of the human experience.

Author Robert Whitaker calls it ‘Chemical Reductionism’. Famed Psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz takes extreme issue with such dangerous nonsense, stating simply : “There are no causes for human behaviour – only reasons.”

Massive efforts plainly are being undertaken to inform the general public that fundamental control of the self exists by definition beyond their reach, awareness, understanding and control – and places this power in a force only understood by the ‘new priests’ of our day i.e. ‘doctors’ or ‘psychiatrists’. This is both a belief system worthy of a Jonestown cult, and a clear recipe for madness and mental collapse amongst the general population.

The industry that has grown up around alleged physiologically based ‘mental illness’ seeks new patients who are as young as possible, because it is clearly ‘understood’ and preached by this discipline that most people who enter the mental health system require medication for LIFE. Thus, the younger the new patient, the more profits are maximized. This is a business model, and nothing else – and based entirely on phony, fraudulent science, it threatens to plunge our culture into a disintegration that could only be described as Satanic in nature and scope – if it is not doing so already.

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2 Responses to “Psychiatry : The Sowing and Selling of Insanity”

  1. Jason Says:

    Absolutely in total agreement! Psychiatry is a bane foisted upon the sheep by evil people whose only motive is to exploit, control, KILL!. Its NOT a science, has no basis in scientific fact or reason. Its not even A “PSEUDO” science for a ‘pseudo’ science has at least a basis in principal for its existance. Psychiatry is purely a SUBJECTIVE ‘abnormality’ of educated minds with evil motives.

    • beggarz Says:

      Right on – and I go even further. A belief in the THEORY of chemical/biological ‘mental illness’ represents a belief that we are ALL being ‘controlled by outside, unknown forces’ – a de facto symptom of psychosis. Thus, this theory actually meets the industry’s own definition of psychotic ideation.

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