The Psychiatric Wolves Attack More Innocent Children
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January 29th, 2013
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To understand even a little bit about real psychiatry, versus the false picture, you have to know that someone running around the streets naked and screaming has nothing to do with a mental disorder.
If you canât grasp that, youâll always have a lingering sense that psychiatry is on the right track. It isnât, and never was. Not from its earliest days, and not now, when it has the full backing and force of the federal government behind it.
Psychiatry is the kind of all-out fraud few people grasp.
In a moment of weakness and exhaustion,Â Allen Frances, the most famous and honored psychiatrist in America at the time (2000), understood part of it. He told Gary Greenberg of Wired Magazine, âThere is no definition of a mental disorder. Itâs bullshit. I mean, you just canât define it.â
Thatâs on the order of the designer of the Hindenburg, looking at the burned rubble on the ground, remarking, âWell, I knew there would be a problem.â
After a suitable pause, Dr. Frances remarked to Greenberg, âThese concepts [of distinct mental disorders] are virtually impossible to define precisely with bright lines at the borders.â
This was an admission that the bible of the profession, the DSM, the latest edition of which Frances himself had led in compiling, could not draw separations between the 297 official mental disorders listed in it. It was, in other words, a pretense. The whole bible.
In a PBS Frontline episode, Does ADHD Exist?, Dr. Russell Barkley, an eminent professor of psychiatry and neurology at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, spelled out the fraud even more clearly.
Here it is.
PBS FRONTLINE INTERVIEWER: Skeptics say that thereâs no biological markerâthat it [ADHD] is the one condition out there where there is no blood test, and that no one knows what causes it.
BARKLEY: Thatâs tremendously naĂŻve, and it shows a great deal of illiteracy about science and about the mental health professions.Â A disorder doesnât have to have a blood test to be valid. If that were the case, all mental disorders would be invalidâŚThere is no lab test for any mental disorder right now in our science.Â That doesnât make them invalid. [Emphasis added]
Oh, indeed, that does make them invalid. Utterly and completely. All 297 mental disorders. Theyâre all hoaxes. Because there are no tests of any kind to back up the diagnosis.
You can sway and tap dance all you like and you wonât escape the noose around your neck. We are looking at a science that isnât a science. Thatâs called fraud. Rank fraud.
But you see, weâre still left with the naked man whoâs running around the street screaming. What is he? Doesnât he have a mental disorder?
He does not, because the term âmental disorderâ isnât just a colloquial phrase, itâs a technical designation, and it underpins everything that psychiatry is. And there is no basis for its diagnosis. None.
There are many reasons the man may be running naked in the street. If he has a blood clot or lesion on his brain, if he has been poisoned, if he folded up and left this world as a child after he received a vaccine, if he has been pushed over the edge by Paxil or Zoloft, if he has been brutalized and is terrified, if he has been given electric shocks by a psychiatrist, if he is on Vicodin, if he has snorted cocaine laced with some horrible filler, if he has been driven mad through starvation, if he has been harassed by people who are threatening his life, he could be running naked in the street.
That is a matter for honest and complete discovery. It isnât an occasion to slap on the label, âmental disorder.â
Now that President Obama has decided the expansion of mental health services must be effected to protect us all from people with guns, we are looking up the immediate road at government programs in schools, among other disastrous innovations.
Children are concocted as a prime target for early diagnosis of non-existent mental disorders, because in the past, a number of these children, diagnosed and drugged by psychiatrists, went on to kill people as a result of the drugsâ actions on their brains. Thatâs called irony. Itâs also called a crime, in the very real sense that psychiatrists contributed mightily to the killings.
So now, every child in school who twitches the wrong way or picks up a bubble-gum toy shaped like a pistol, or points his finger at a friend and says Bang, or looks sad and lonely for ten minutes at the back of the class on a rainy Tuesday, or draws pictures when he should be adding numbers in his notebook, or wears odd clothes, or gets angry for any reason at all, or objects to taking a vaccine, or wears a jacket with a small American flag sewn to the shoulder, or doesnât play well with others, or makes a positive statement in class about the Bill of Rights, or reminds a teacher of a little criminal in a movie, or has a bottle opener in his pocket, or dreams in class about designing a rocket that will take people to MarsâŚcan be referred to a counselor, who in turn will refer him to a psychiatrist, who will make some sort of off-the-shelf diagnosis, which will travel with the child for the rest of his life, making the child believe he has a brain problem, and the psychiatrist will prescribe that child drugs like Ritalin, Adderall, Zoloft, Paxil, or Prozac, drugs that scramble neurotransmitter systems and can very certainly cause that child to go violent.
That is the reality.
When Obama announced his intention, in the wake of Sandy Hook, to go nuclear with expanded mental-health services across the country, the president of the American Psychiatric Association, Dr. Dilip Jeste, praised the program.
âI am strongly encouraged by the Presidentâs recommendations because they include a focus on improving mental health,â Jeste said to a Psychiatric News reporter.
The Psychiatric News article continues: âA new initiative outlined by Obama would provide training for school personnel and help ensure that young people who need help are referred to treatmentâŚ[and this new program would] train 5,000 additional mental health professionals to serve students and young adults.â
APA President Dilip Jeste, MD January 2013 Address from American Psychiatric Association on Vimeo.
What we are looking at here is wolves circling prey.
If you donât think so, consider these hidden facts about Ritalin, which is normally considered to be a much lighter drug than any of the SSRI antidepressants (Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil) or the drugs given for so-called Bipolar Disorder (Valproate, Lithium).
Ritalin, manufactured by Novartis, is the close cousin to speed which is given to perhaps four million American schoolchildren for a condition called Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), or ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).
ADD and ADHD, for which no organic causes have ever been found, are touted as disease-conditions that afflict the young, causing hyperactivity, unmanageability, and learning problems. Of course, when you name a disorder or a syndrome and yet can find no single provable organic cause for it, you have nothing more than a loose collection of behaviors with an arbitrary title.
Correction: you also have a pharmaceutical bonanza.
Dr. Peter Breggin, referring to an official directory of psychiatric disorders, the DSM-III-R, writes that withdrawal from amphetamine-type drugs, including Ritalin, can cause âdepression, anxiety, and irritability as well as sleep problems, fatigue, and agitation.â Breggin then remarks, âThe individual may become suicidal in response to the depression.â
The well-known Goodman and Gilmanâs The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics reveals a strange fact. It states that Ritalin is âstructurally related to amphetamines âŚ Its pharmacological properties are essentially the same as those of the amphetamines.â In other words, the only clear difference is legality. And the effects, in laymanâs terms, are obvious. You take speed and after awhile, sooner or later, you start crashing. You become agitated, irritable, paranoid, delusional, aggressive.
A firm and objective medical review needs to be done in all of the school shootings, to determine how many of the shooters were on, or had at one time been on, Ritalin.
In his landmark classic,Â Toxic Psychiatry, Dr. Breggin discusses the subject of drug combinations: âCombining antidepressants [e.g., Prozac, Luvox] and psychostimulants [e.g., Ritalin] increases the risk of cardiovascular catastrophe, seizures, sedation, euphoria, and psychosis. Withdrawal from the combination can cause a severe reaction that includes confusion, emotional instability, agitation, and aggression.â
Children are frequently medicated with this combination, and when we highlight such effects as aggression, psychosis, and emotional instability, it is obvious that the result is pointing toward the very real possibility of violence.
In 1986, The International Journal of the Addictions published a most important literature review by Richard Scarnati. It was called âAn Outline of Hazardous Side Effects of Ritalin (Methylphenidateâ) [v.21(7), pp. 837-841].
Scarnati listed over a hundred adverse affects of Ritalin and indexed published journal articles for each of these symptoms.
For every one of the following (selected and quoted verbatim) Ritalin effects then, there is at least one confirming source in the medical literature:
â˘Â Paranoid delusions
â˘ Paranoid psychosis
â˘ Hypomanic and manic symptoms, amphetamine-like psychosis
â˘ Activation of psychotic symptoms
â˘ Toxic psychosis
â˘ Visual hallucinations
â˘ Auditory hallucinations
â˘ Can surpass LSD in producing bizarre experiences
â˘ Effects pathological thought processes
â˘ Extreme withdrawal
â˘ Terrified affect
â˘ Started screaming
â˘ Since Ritalin is considered an amphetamine-type drug, expect amphatamine-like effects
â˘ psychic dependence
â˘ High-abuse potential DEA Schedule II Drug
â˘ Decreased REM sleep
â˘ When used with antidepressants one may see dangerous reactions including hypertension, seizures and hypothermia
â˘ Brain damage may be seen with amphetamine abuse.
If psychiatrists are the wolvesâand they areâand children are the sheep, then what do you call the parents who permit their children to be captured by these marauders?
Am I saying that âmental health,â as defined by organized psychiatry, and backed by the federal and state governments, is a vast criminal enterprise, rather than a science?
Yes, absolutely. Iâm saying that because thatâs what it is.
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Contributed by Jon Rappoport of No More Fake News.
The author of an explosive collection,Â THE MATRIX REVEALED, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29thÂ District of California. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world.
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