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April 01, 2012, 03:41:49 AM
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Psychiatry used to say that homosexuality was a mental illness.  In the Soviet Union they had some 'mental illness' diagnosis for people that didn't like communism and they involuntarily commited them.  This is the same field that was forcibly lobotomizing people with an ice pick through the eye socket and then jiggling it around to scramble a person's brains... and they thought this was a good idea.  This is the field that still subjects people to involuntary electro-shock 'therapy' (look it up - it's still going on).  Psychiatry is hopelessly evil.

Scientology is hopelessly evil.

Using emotive language and disinformation is hopelessly evil. Maybe you know you're lying, maybe you've been fed disinformation, but perhaps you should read about psychiatry before you make statements about it.

Start with:

1. Show me a scientific peer reviewed paper which explains how to perform a prefrontal lobotomy with "ice pick through the eye socket and then jiggling it around to scramble a person's brains"
2. Explain why electroconvulsive therapy is is an inappropriate method of treatment for some extreme disorders.
3. Provide adequately researched and peer reviewed methods than can perform better than psychiatry in all cases.

Think before you drink the kool aid.


Edit: and while we're at it, if you're going to judge a group on past performance rather than current performance, why not start with religions? There's a lot more 'evil' there. And Torquemada is just as relevant to Catholicism today as lobotomies are modern psychiatry.

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