Psychiatric Dynamics

Don’t feel good? Have a drug!

Don’t like the way some one is feeling or behaving? Try to have them ingest a drug!

Yes. These drugs have side effects. Some of these side effects can potentially result in death.

Are the drugs not helping? Increase the dose of the drug! Of course. And yeah, maybe the side effects tend to increase the higher the dose of the drug.

Of course, governments allow for psychiatric coercion, where individuals are threatened with various negative consequences if they do not “comply with treatment” and ingest some of the aforementioned psychiatric drugs.

There is a psychiatric survivor movement. That can’t have any credibility can it? Like, could people’s feelings of distress in relation to psychiatric force, coercion, and confinement be valid? Oh, how could that be? Are they human too?

According to psychiatrist Thomas Szasz, civil commitment and the insanity defense form the foundations of psychiatric slavery. Read his book Psychiatric Slavery; it is primarily an analysis of a psychiatry related US Supreme Court case. Psychiatric slavery is when individuals earn money from psychiatric coercion, force, and confinement.

Eventually, the majority of those living in democracies that authentically permit free speech will eventually understand that psychiatric coercion is morally wrong.

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