The psychiatry way

January 24, 2007 at 7:54 pm 1 comment

I came across the following article in a blog that looks much like mine. The writer also writes about things I agree to.

I would give this a little more emphasis that not only do they state that their opposition isn’t qualified to speak, they go a little further and label them insane. And once that is done – well why not imprison them admit them to an institution, drug them and well the rest I think we will see that on on the health insurance bill…

Here’s the article:

How to win any argument

OK I’ll be frank. I dislike psychiatry and just about anything they do. I have seen the vegetables they make and nothing much they can say or do will make up for the millions of lives they ruin.

So how to they get away with their crimes.

Not too complex.

1. If you oppose a psychiatrist or their profession they challenge you with their diplomas and tell you you haven’t studied.

2. Anyone who tries to have a success (and often does much good) get’s labelled as a fake and they get their propaganda machine (well financed by Big Pharma) to chop them up into little bits.

Grim? Yes I know but unfortunately true.

PS: And when you show them that they don’t have any results = they say can’t possibly get results as they lack the funds. Nice one eh?


Entry filed under: abuses, argument, big pharma, humor, money, psychiatric abuses, psychiatry, taxes.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. roberts  |  March 2, 2007 at 3:25 pm

    nice article. agree with the viewpoint. I checked out don grey’s site as well. great blog!


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