The psychiatric industry has been used as a weapon of war and a weapon against individual liberty since its inception.
According to Concordia University, the act of “trephination” began around 7,000 years ago, in which so-called mental health workers would cut and saw out a small piece of the victim’s skull. During the 1600’s, “mental health workers” would put leeches on their mental patient, or cut them, in order to drain their blood.
From 1927 to around 1960, Concordia notes that patients were forcibly induced into a coma, making the brain lose consciousness with “insulin coma therapy.” Later they note, they replaced this abusive method with “electroshock,” which is still horrifyingly used throughout the world today.
With electroshock, dangerous volts of electricity are zapped into the victim’s brain, often deadening and killing portions of their brain and mind. Metrazol therapy, another abusive method in which “doctors” would force “’patients” to have seizures, did according to Concordia, result in fractured and broken bones, as well as other dreadful results. That practice ended in just 1982. During the 1940’s and 1950’s, the psychiatric field performed “lobotomies,” in which victims had parts of their brain simply cut out with a scalpel.
During World War II, Adolph Hitler united with Nazi psychiatrists to perform deadly and horrific experiments on men, women, and children he considered undesirables, including Jews, homosexuals, and the mentally and physically handicapped.
Today, the abuse of psychiatric patients by psychiatrists with leeches and knives have further been replaced by powerful drugs that oftentimes have the similar damaging effect—or worse.
Citizen’s Commission on Human Rights is the only global organization in the world that bravely and successfully fights for the rights of victims of the psychiatric industry.
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