Editing out humanity
The erosion of justice through what I consider to be psychiatric infiltration of the courts took another giant leap forward recently.
A personal banking manager, who took out a loan in the name of an unwitting customer, was spared jail because he had the so-called psychiatric label Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
He was given a suspended sentence because so-called ADHD affected his decision-making.
It is a remarkable psychiatric coup that has drawn people into believing they have something wrong with their brains, when there is no scientific evidence to support such a claim.
And now the psychiatric label is being used in mitigation.
The pseudo-science can be blinding unless people actually look at the information psychiatrists are using in an effort to edit out humanity.
Carelessness and lack of attention to detail, poor organisational skills, inability to focus, forgetfulness, or being impatient are some of the supposed behavioural characteristics listed for the condition.
Behaviour however is not a mental illness.
These are regular, normal issues that people face in life, but psychiatrists are attempting to edit normal out of humanity.
The late professor of psychiatry, Dr Thomas Szasz, warned: “We have to restore the idea of responsibility, which is corrupted by psychiatry, by the idea that something happened to you when you were a child and therefore you are not responsible 30 years later.”
It is up to the many conscientious, hard-working and increasingly disheartened people within the system to realise it is being corrupted and to rid it of these destructive intruders.
Citizens Commission on Human Rights (United Kingdom),