Dear messrs. I ask you to pay attention to the reason why I insist so much on the implementation of the appeal to the deputies. Maybe someone does not agree with everything. Maybe something in the text should be changed? I agree to discuss all options. But I cannot agree with one. – With silence. This silence can destroy everything, all our hope.
Perhaps someone will object to me, saying that the deputies are the same cynics and scoundrels and will not do anything for us. And I agree with that. Yes, most likely it is. And yet I insist on appealing to legislators. The point is that deputies, unlike doctors, officials, lawyers, judges … – are elected by all citizens. Including and victims of psychiatry elects. And this circumstance gives us one (albeit very weak, illusory) leverage. We can address them as our chosen ones and threaten with a refusal of trust if they do not meet us halfway. Of all that can be done, this is the most promising option. Promising not in the sense, that it gives any guarantees. No, promising is, that other options are definitely worse. And therefore, in no case should they be neglected!
Psychiatry is a monstrous evil. I assume not all of you have experienced this level of evil equally. Psychiatry is bad not because some of its servants are shameless, ruthless scoundrels. And not because they pass off absolute charlatanism as science. Psychiatry is evil in its essence, in terms of its goals, in terms of the tasks that it is designed to solve. Psychiatry carries its own, absolutely immoral, misanthropic ideology. Psychiatry introduces a new vicious term – sick. Yes, in psychiatric language this is a common noun. This patient is the one who is bad, dangerous, annoying … It is necessary to fight against it, it is necessary to get rid of it, it must be leveled and destroyed. It is from this, from this position that all evil, all crimes of psychiatry come.
I invite everyone present to read the stories of the victims: http://anti-psychiatry.weebly.com/alphabetical-list.html The meanness and intolerance of the situation lies in the fact that neither the public nor the “keepers of the law” are concerned about the situation of victims of psychiatry. It is easier for them to believe that psychiatry is helping someone and to rely on psychiatry. Therefore, we can only rely on ourselves. That is, at each other, at the same as we are. Only we, the victims of such a monstrous evil, having united, by showing united efforts, can change this terrible situation. The lonely are not heard. Even if they say the most important and correct things in the world! But the united voice of many is much harder not to hear. Therefore, it is so important for each of us to show solidarity initiative. Send our chosen ones a petition demanding to legally exclude psychiatric atrocities from the measures acceptable in the human community. If we don’t save each other, no one will save us. God help us all!