Anyone can be labelled with a psychiatric label to take their guns, especially a patriot!

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Let’s Put it In President Donald Trump’s Face

By Josey Wales

It’s time to use our political system to be heard, tell everybody to tweet this information to Donald Trump and Don Jr, also.  The game they are playing will be fatal, as I will show you throughout this article.

From zersetzung.org – Trump is doing it now, too. Republican and Democrat, or “right” and “left,” are simply two “wings” of the same bird.

Image result for image of “right” and “left,” are simply two “wings” of the same bird.

Americans now live in a one-party CIA dictatorship which is hell-bent on selling them out to a global system modelled after Beijing — where the state is supreme and unaccountable, and there is no such thing as political dissent … only “mental illness.”

They already control most all of the politics, all the mass media, much of your “state” and “local” governments, and the decision-makers of any stature in the the major “private” corporations.

The very concept of individual rights and human freedom is now hanging on by the slimmest of threads. And most Americans continue to watch the “news” fed to them by the CIA-controlled mass media and continue to believe that they’re being informed by a “free press.”

Your inalienable God-given rights are not subject to the hysteria of the day, or the manipulations of the treasonous CIA-controlled media, or your CIA-controlled “local” police, or the “majority vote” of your brainwashed neighbors.

Don’t ever surrender your guns to these people.

From Wikipedia: Political abuse of psychiatry is the misuse of psychiatric diagnosis, detention and treatment for the purposes of obstructing the fundamental human rights of certain groups and individuals in a society.[17] It entails the exculpation and committal of citizens to psychiatric facilities based upon political rather than mental health-based criteria.[18] Many authors, including psychiatrists, also use the terms “Soviet political psychiatry”[19] or “punitive psychiatry” to refer to this phenomenon.[20]  More on this subject in this article below.

Red flag laws allow the authorities to obtain a special type of protective order — known as an extreme risk protection order, or E.R.P.O. — to remove guns from people deemed dangerous.

Often, the request for the order will come from relatives or friends concerned about a loved one who owns one or more guns and has expressed suicidal thoughts or discussed shooting people. The authorities may also request an order.

Mental Health Professionals will be directing Judges in many of these cases.

If society will allows this to happen to them, what is stopping mental health professionals from removing President Donald Trump from office?

Why would I ask that question? Back in Sept 28 2017,  60,000 mental Health professionals sign a petition claiming “President Donald Trump manifests a serious mental illness that renders him psychologically incapable of competently discharging the duties of President of the United States”

I located this information over at the psychologytoday.com website. I’ll share some of the claims against Donald trump below.

 

More than 60,000 mental health professionals have signed John’s petition, which states:

“We, the undersigned mental health professionals, believe in our professional judgment that Donald Trump manifests a serious mental illness that renders him psychologically incapable of competently discharging the duties of President of the United States. And we respectfully request he be removed from office, according to article 4 of the 25th amendment to the Constitution, which states that the president will be replaced if he is ‘unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office.’”

‘The Dangerous Case Of Donald Trump’

Could Psychiatrists be politically motivated?  Do we really want our every move analyzed and used against us? Think about your social media accounts, they are profiling you right now. If they can do it to the President, they can dam sure do it to you or one of your loved ones. Just think about our Veterans for a moment, what will this mean for them?

Get off the fence people, while you still have a voice. Tweet, Call, Write Letters…. Contact the President and let him know how you and your community feel about these proposed “Red Flag Laws”

Psychiatry possesses an inherent capacity for abuse that is greater than in other areas of medicine.[26] The diagnosis of mental disease can give the state license to detain persons against their will and insist upon therapy both in the interest of the detainee and in the broader interests of society.[26] In addition, receiving a psychiatric diagnosis can in itself be regarded as oppressive.[27] In a monolithic state, psychiatry can be used to bypass standard legal procedures for establishing guilt or innocence and allow political incarceration without the ordinary odium attaching to such political trials.[26]

G. Edward Griffin—Psychiatry as a Political Weapon: Punitive Psychiatry

Now for all the folks who need more evidence that these “Red Flag Laws” are not a good idea, I will share this with you from Wikipedia.

Yes, using Psychiatrists as a political tool is nothing new, they just don’t teach this to you in school any more.

Tell me in the comments below if this sounds familiar?

Political abuse of psychiatry in the Soviet Union

There was systematic political abuse of psychiatry in the Soviet Union,[1] based on the interpretation of political opposition or dissent as a psychiatric problem.[2] It was called “psychopathological mechanisms” of dissent.[3]

During the leadership of General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev, psychiatry was used to disable and remove from society political opponents (“dissidents”) who openly expressed beliefs that contradicted the official dogma.[4][5] The term “philosophical intoxication”, for instance, was widely applied to the mental disorders diagnosed when people disagreed with the country’s Communist leaders and, by referring to the writings of the Founding Fathers of Marxism–Leninism—Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, and Vladimir Lenin—made them the target of criticism.[6]

Article 58-10 of the Stalin-era Criminal Code, “Anti-Soviet agitation”, was to a considerable degree preserved in the new 1958 RSFSR Criminal Code as Article 70 “Anti-Soviet agitation and propaganda”. In 1967, a weaker law, Article 190-1 “Dissemination of fabrications known to be false, which defame the Soviet political and social system”, was added to the RSFSR Criminal Code. These laws were frequently applied in conjunction with the system of diagnosis for mental illness, developed by Academician Andrei Snezhnevsky. Together they established a framework within which non-standard beliefs could easily be defined as a criminal offence and the basis, subsequently, for a psychiatric diagnosis.[7]

Applying the diagnosis[edit]

The “anti-Soviet” political behavior of some individuals — being outspoken in their opposition to the authorities, demonstrating for reform, and writing critical books — were defined simultaneously as criminal acts (e.g., a violation of Articles 70 or 190-1), symptoms of mental illness (e.g., “delusion of reformism”), and susceptible to a ready-made diagnosis (e.g., “sluggish schizophrenia”).[8] Within the boundaries of the diagnostic category, the symptoms of pessimism, poor social adaptation and conflict with authorities were themselves sufficient for a formal diagnosis of “sluggish schizophrenia.”[9]

The psychiatric incarceration of certain individuals was prompted by their attempts to emigrate, to distribute or possess prohibited documents or books, to participate in civil rights protests and demonstrations, and become involved in forbidden religious activities.[10] The religious beliefs of prisoners, including those of well-educated former atheists who had become adherents of a religious faith, was considered to be a form of mental illness that required treatment.[11] The KGB routinely sent dissenters to psychiatrists for diagnosing to avoid embarrassing publiс trials and to discredit dissidence as the product of ill minds.[12] Highly classified government documents which have become available after the dissolution of the Soviet Union confirm that the authorities consciously used psychiatry as a tool to suppress dissent.[13]

According to the “Commentary” to the post-Soviet Russian Federation Law on Psychiatric Care, individuals forced to undergo treatment in Soviet psychiatric medical institutions were entitled to rehabilitation in accordance with the established procedure and could claim compensation. The Russian Federation acknowledged that before 1991 psychiatry had been used for political purposes and took responsibility for the victims of “political psychiatry.”[14]

The political abuse of psychiatry in Russia has continued, nevertheless, since the fall of the Soviet Union[15] and human rights activists may still face the threat of a psychiatric diagnosis for their legitimate civic and political activities.[16]

An inherent capacity for abuse[edit]

Psychiatry possesses an inherent capacity for abuse that is greater than in other areas of medicine.[26] The diagnosis of mental disease can give the state license to detain persons against their will and insist upon therapy both in the interest of the detainee and in the broader interests of society.[26] In addition, receiving a psychiatric diagnosis can in itself be regarded as oppressive.[27] In a monolithic state, psychiatry can be used to bypass standard legal procedures for establishing guilt or innocence and allow political incarceration without the ordinary odium attaching to such political trials.[26]

In the period from the 1960s to 1986, the abuse of psychiatry for political purposes was reported to have been systematic in the Soviet Union and episodic in other Eastern European countries such as Romania, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Yugoslavia.[28] The practice of incarceration of political dissidents in mental hospitals in Eastern Europe and the former USSR damaged the credibility of psychiatric practice in these states and entailed strong condemnation from the international community.[29] Psychiatrists have been involved in human rights abuses in states across the world when the definitions of mental disease were expanded to include political disobedience.[30] As scholars have long argued, governmental and medical institutions have at times classified threats to authority during periods of political disturbance and instability as a form of mental disease.[31] In many countries, political prisoners are still sometimes confined and abused in mental institutions.[32]

In the Soviet Union, dissidents were often confined in psychiatric wards commonly called psikhushkas.[33] Psikhushka is the Russian ironic diminutive for “psychiatric hospital”.[34]One of the first penal psikhushkas was the Psychiatric Prison Hospital in the city of Kazan.[35] In 1939, it was transferred to the control of the NKVD (the secret police and precursor of the KGB) on the orders of Lavrentiy Beria, the head of the NKVD.[36] International human rights defenders such as Walter Reich have long recorded the methods by which Soviet psychiatrists in Psikhushka hospitals diagnosed schizophrenia in political dissenters.[31] Western scholars examined no aspect of Soviet psychiatry as thoroughly as its involvement in the social control of political dissenters.[37]

Under Stalin, Khrushchev and Brezhnev[edit]

As early as 1948, the Soviet secret service took an interest in this area of medicine.[38] One of those with overall responsibility for the Soviet secret police, pre-war Procurator General and State Prosecutor, the deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Andrey Vyshinsky, was the first to order the use of psychiatry as a tool of repression.[39] Russian psychiatrist Pyotr Gannushkin also believed that in a class society, especially during the most severe class struggle, psychiatry was incapable of not being repressive.[40] A system of political abuse of psychiatry was developed at the end of Joseph Stalin’s regime.[41]

Punitive psychiatry was not simply an inheritance from the Stalin era, however, according to Alexander Etkind. The GULag, or Chief Administration for Corrective Labor Camps, was an effective instrument of political repression. There was no compelling requirement to develop an alternative and more expensive psychiatric substitute.[42] The abuse of psychiatry was a natural product of the later Soviet era.[42] From the mid-1970s to the 1990s, the structure of the USSR mental health service conformed to the double standard in society, being represented by two distinct systems which co-existed peacefully for the most part, despite periodic conflicts between them:

system one was that of punitive psychiatry. It directly served the authorities and those in power, and was headed by the Moscow Institute for Forensic Psychiatry named in honour of Vladimir Serbsky;
system two was made up of elite, psychotherapeutically oriented clinics. It was headed by the Leningrad Psychoneurological Institute named in memory of Vladimir Bekhterev.[42]

The hundreds of hospitals in the provinces combined elements of both systems.[42]

If someone was mentally ill then, he was sent to a psychiatric hospital and confined there until his dying day.[43] If his mental health was uncertain but he was not constantly unwell, he and his kharakteristika [testimonial from employers, the Party and other Soviet institutions] were sent to a labour camp or to be shot.[43] When allusions to socialist legality started to be made, it was decided to prosecute such people.[43] Soon it became apparent that putting people who gave anti-Soviet speeches on trial only made matters worse for the regime. Such individuals were no longer tried in court. Instead they were given a psychiatric examination and declared insane.[43]

Americans now live in a one-party CIA dictatorship which is hell-bent on selling them out to a global system modelled after Beijing — where the state is supreme and unaccountable, and there is no such thing as political dissent … only “mental illness.”

You can learn more at Wikipedia 

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