Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Antidepressant Drugs Induce Homicidal Rage

The recent Vtech massacre has spurred many people to request a formal investigation into the relationship between these school shootings and the antidpressant medications that the shooters were uniformly taking.

The problem is that these drugs are personality altering drugs that induce homicidal rage in the kids who are taking them!

Here's an article by Dr. Joseph Mercola about Antidepressants Alter Personality. He cites this article in the American Journal of Psychiatry: American Journal of Psychiatry March, 1998;155:373-379

This must be further investigated and the responsible parties at the drug companies - those who have known for years that these drugs create homicidal ideation -- must be brought to justice!

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Miss America 1944

My hat's off to Miss America of 1944, (Venus Ramey, now 82 years old) who foiled a robbery attempt on her farm in Kentucky, using her snub-nosed .38.

In a world with gun control, she would have been at the mercy of the several robbers, who could have beaten her and left her to die.

But she has a handgun, and she used it to shoot out the tires of their car, so that they couldn't leave. They were apprehended by the police and one of them was arrested.

Here's the article in Yahoo. Brave Beauty Queen.

She was the poster girl for our soldiers in WWII, and now she's a poster girl for responsible gun ownership.

Mental Health Screening - a deadly farce

Read what Dr. Peter Breggin has to say about the calls for more mental health screening based on what really happens in the psychiatric industry after someone obviously dangerous to himself and others is put into the system.

I couldn't agree more with his analysis.

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Holocaust Remembrance Day today

Today, April 15, is Holocaust Remembrance Day according to my big wall calendar. Yes, let us not forget that millions of Jews, almost all the Gypsies, and many others were killed by the Nazis in concentration camps across a conquered Europe. The "science" behind the Nazi brutalities was "eugenics", defined as "the study of hereditary improvement of the human race by controlled selective breeding." That's a pretty tame definition from the American Heritage Dictionary of the American Language 4th Edition.

The Nazis used eugenics as the justification for their thoroughly evil attempt to wipe out entire races of humans from this earth. In the concentration camps, they used doctors to sort the sick, the lame and the pregnant from otherwise healthy slave laborers -- these were sent immediately to the gas chambers. They performed various medical experiments on the slaves... it's too grisly to recount here in detail. And the science that powered it all was eugenics.

If you want faces and names to go with that accusation, I can send them to you in a DVD called "Psychiatry, An Industry of Death", published by CCHR. Really - feel free to contact me and I'll mail you a copy of the DVD at no charge. It'll make your blood boil to find out what the psychiatric community have actually been up to while seeming like they are just a bunch of bumbling incompetents. Despite the psychobabble, they really don't have a clue what actually makes people depressed or manic, or even how to tell if they are sane. There's nothing scientific about their pseudo-science; real scientists have to produce results using the scientific method. Psychiatry exempts itself from this -- their diagnoses are based on opinion and their opinions are based on pseudo-scientific mumbo-jumbo.

Contact me and I'll send you the DVD.

Saturday, April 14, 2007

More victims of psychiatry coming forward

I'm posting this email from CCHR verbatim here because I can't say it any better than they do: Psychiatric Rape

Top Child Psychiatrist Thrown Back In Jail

As media coverage grows on the case against William Ayres, so does the number of victims stepping forward. Ayres, former President of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP), is accused of molesting at least 37 male patients under the age of 14. As a result of four new charges filed Thursday, involving two additional victims, a San Mateo County Superior Court judge tripled Ayres' bail to $750,000, and he was taken back to jail. Prosecutor Melissa McKowan said next week she expects to add more charges, bringing the total to nine cases that are prosecutable within the statute of limitations.

The molestation allegations date back to 1969, and according to the Los Angeles Times, Ayres stood in front of his colleagues at a Bay Area conference a quarter of a century ago and recommended that psychiatrists conduct intimate “physical examinations” of their adolescent patients to “assess their sexual development”—including the development of pubic hair. Ayres’ psychiatrist peers were evidently not disturbed by his suggestion, and he was elected to the position of President of AACAP from 1993 to 1995, and was even awarded with a lifetime achievement award in 2002 by the San Mateo board of supervisors for "his tireless effort to improve the lives of children and adolescents."

Prosecutor McKowan said Ayres is typical of “very, very smart” pedophiles who victimize young children from a position of power. "The fact that we have so many victims is what gives us corroboration. That's what gives us a provable case,” she said.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), a psychiatric watchdog, decries the fact that mental health practitioners, entrusted with the care of the most vulnerable members of society, commit such egregious crimes. A 2001 U.S. study of therapist-client sex found that one out of 20 clients who had been sexually abused by their therapist was a minor. The female victims’ ages ranged from 3 to 17, and from 7 to 16 for the males. The average age was 7 for girls and 12 for boys.
Scores of such cases from all over the world can be accessed on CCHR’s PsychCrime database at www.psychcrime.org.

Psychiatrists and psychologists who molest their patients frequently escape criminal prosecution because the cases are handled by licensing boards, which treat it as “professional misconduct.” Laws exist in more than 20 states making therapist sexual exploitation a crime, though this should be otherwise prosecutable as sexual assault or rape. CCHR applauds the courage of the victims in the Ayres case for coming forward in the name of justice.

Help educate others on psychiatric criminality by purchasing CCHR's in-depth report, Psychiatric Rape: Assaulting Women and Children, for just $6. Call CCHR International at 800-869-2247 to purchase.

Thursday, April 05, 2007

Scientology - Human Rights Victory in Europe

The European Court of Human Rights found unanimously today in favor of the Church of Scientology of Moscow, which upheld that the Church of Scientology had the right to be register as a religion in Moscow. They had registered in 1994, but a change in the law required the Church to file an application for re-registration, which was denied on spurious grounds.

Quoting from the Scientology Today website:

In Church of Scientology Moscow vs Russia (Application no. 18147/02), the Church of Scientology of the City of Moscow filed an application regarding the refusal of the Moscow department of Justice to re-register the Church as a religious organization. The Church of Scientology of Moscow was first registered in 1994. After a change in the law the Church filed an application for re-registration. The Church complained that the refusal of its application violated fundamental rights guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights.

Elena Saycheva, spokesperson of the Church of Scientology of Moscow, praised the court's ruling saying, "This decision not only confirms the rights of churches of Scientology, but also sets another important precedent to protect the rights of all other religious communities in Europe."

This win will apply to all religious groups in Europe, not just to the Scientologists, which is very much in the favor of other persecuted groups in Europe: groups as diverse as Jehovah's Witnesses, other evangelical Christian sects, and wiccans will be able to cite this precedent.

The Church of Scientology has a reputation for being litigious. I'm actually kind of proud of that. The founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard, said this, which I've found to be true: "The price of freedom: constant alertness, constant willingness to fight back."

Few people remember that it was the Scientologists who mastered the art of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request back in the 1970's, and obtained numerous rulings under the Freedom of Information Act that upheld that the public (that's you, if you're an American) does have the right to know exactly what's in the files our government is keeping on you. The FOIA is not an idle promise, it's a guaranteed right of all Americans. It is that now because of all the work the Scientologists did to make it so.

Today, In Europe, the religious freedom of all Europeans is strengthened by this ruling.

Time to celebrate!