Definition and Goal of Terrorism

In this blog I will be doing some comparisons of psychiatry to terrorism. One of the first steps would be to clearly define each and their stated goals. As the subject of terrorism has been at the forefront these past few years, we’ll start there. There is no shortage of material on the net about terrorists and their goals. I found one site that has some interesting information here: Terrorism Research

First, let us define terrorism: Continue reading →

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The Head Shrinker – A Poem

I thought that I’d get my head shrunk,
but the psychiatrist’s methods just stunk.
He gave me a pill, said so long to ya chum,
and my mind just went vacant and numb.

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The War on Terror?

We were sitting at dinner the other night discussing an article about the number of deaths attributed to Prozac over the last 20 years or so. This particular article mentioned the deaths as a result of Prozac were in the neighborhood of 20,000. This is a staggering number! My brother-in-law piped up and Continue reading →

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Mental Heath or Medical Treatment?

“The mental health establishment has snowed the American people: it launches the most unimaginable brutal psychological and physical assault on human beings in distress, calls this ‘medical treatment’, and then blames the outcome on ‘mental illness’.– Seth Farber, PhD.

Even with millions of words online exposing psychiatry’s brutality and crimes many people in this country and the world over are still unaware of the real intentions of the American Psychiatric Association. To see more quotes check out a site that has many “in their own words“.

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Cure Children’s Problems with Terror

The following quote is by Benjamin Rush, the first President of the American Psychiatric Association.  I don’t know about you but I would not want someone trained with this point of view to see to the mental or physical health of my child.
“Terror acts powerfully upon the body, through the medium of the mind, and should be employed in the cure of madness”.
Benjamin Rush, first president of the APA
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