Friday, June 28, 2013

Stand up to the Mental Health Commission!

Yes, Mental Health Commission, I understand how psychiatric abuse produces ‘Stockholm syndrome’ in their victims (yes, a psychiatric term, which basically means brainwashed/ in an altered state of consciousness from being threatened and denying themselves their own opinion for personal safety, and trying to see the good in their abusers). So wonderful of you, MHC, to provide evidence of this, but where’s your psychiatric abuse awareness ribbon? Without something like that, your site could be mistaken for psychiatric propaganda. And people might be misled into not realising those hypnotised by the cult of psychiatry actually are terrorised into okaying this torturous horrific  organised crime the Australian Government has allowed for way too long, that hides its experiments under the guise of ‘medicine’. (As I understand it, now Rudd is in power, psychiatric survivors could be given an apology, if the Commission vouches for us. Rudd is good at apologies. Gillard had a father who was a psychiatric nurse, she was blinded by her love of him, and couldn't see how he was part of a practice that tortured people, who are not condemned to psychiatric torture anymore, that being homosexuals. Homosexuality was considered a 'mental illness' until 1973 and if people didn't keep quiet, they could be subjected to the various torture procedures that psychiatry offered at the time, without their consent. Gillard would've had to have had it out with her father if she wanted to stop psychiatric abuse, and, she couldn't do that because of her loyalty and the buckets of tears she'd have surging, if she recognised the horror her father was forced participate in, so that he could keep his job and feed her. Keeping this in mind, I suggest a reshuffle is also necessary for MHC, to give those with lived-experience more power to be progressive and validate human-rights.)

(You can easily make your own ribbon with similar colour scheme, but if you can't be bothered feel free to right click copy this one. You have my permission on this image of the psychiatric abuse awareness ribbon, NOT for other images in my blog though.)

The Commission wants to know how they're going. They want you to check in on them, say g’day and diagnose them. They might be treatment resistant though… because they're negotiating difficulties with red-tape etc.

One look, and you should realise the Commission’s website is offensive to uppity psychiatric survivors who have the impertinence to say that the way the Australian government treats people in crisis is human-rights abuse, and that this is a crime against humanity. These psychiatric survivors complain, saying terms like ‘mentally ill’ should not be used because it’s derogatory, threatening and triggers flash-backs to psychiatric abuse. Well! They’ve got to be put in their place! You tell them Commission! You tell them who they are!

Those psychiatric survivors think that they are entitled to freedom from torture and freedom of opinion. Yet, they don’t understand that no good mentally ill people must be kept docile and manageable. No one wants to hear about their ungrateful attitudes. Who cares if 25 years is taken off their life by forcing drugs on them? Who cares if electro-shock and these chemicals forced on them cause obvious brain-damage? The sooner they’re dead the better! Less burden on society then. Who cares if they can hardly move much or stay awake for long, because of the way these drugs affect the muscles? No one wants mentally ill people running around doing things and gaining power! The mentally ill are wrong. They’re mentally wrong. No one wants to hear what they say, unless they’re able to follow the script of their team of psychiatrists and preach all the good the government is doing for them to keep them manageable so they don’t upset the rest of the public.

Is that what you think?

Keep them shamed, keep them blamed, keep them very, very afraid. Give them no hope that their uppity protests will be heard and soon they’ll all be wiped out. Good riddance to them all!

Oh? It’s not genetic? Oh? It’s about other things the government has done like genocide, sexism, racism, war, discrimination and covering-up sexual abuse of children? Oh, we all could potentially develop ‘symptoms of psychosis’ if we were subjected to abuse and Gaslighting, lost our support network and felt alienated by a society that denied abuses that happened to us?  Really? Oh, well how are you going to cover up that one Commission? How are you going to cover up for the lists of horrific effects on the packets of these drugs that psychiatry forces on people? Hmm?

And… how are you going to shut me up now I’m networking with people all around the world and gaining support, getting my books published overseas, my protest T-shirts and other paraphernalia bought? The ‘Psychiatry must die! clock is ticking away and happens to be very popular.

You can’t stop sense, by calling human-rights nonsense. Progress is everything. Your website is so backward it is horrific. Change it now. Using the term ‘mentally ill’ is as offensive as the term ‘ape’.

I was asked to comment on what you’re doing, to make contact. I have. But the MHC's website is really offensive to me, you have to understand that. You have to also understand that psychiatrist’s parrots are not really someone I look up to. As for the 2nd and 3rd hand views of what it’s like to be a person put through psychiatry, well, they don’t know, they only know what they’ve been told by the ‘experts’, which are the falsely empowered psychiatrists, that know nothing about what it is to have artistic thinking. They condemn poetic memory to illness. That’s my people, the poets. I like symbolic thinking. I like non-invasive forms of therapeutic intervention, I like people communicating, I like diversity. I’m not interesting in repeating the psychiatric cult any more than I am interested in repeating what any other cults or religions say, that requires ‘faith’ , ‘blind obedience’ and ‘penance/medication’ such as the cult of psychiatry does.

Saying weird things, is neither being a harm to self or others, yet this has got me forcefully drugged many times over a 14 year period. Even the laws think they can be poetic. Poetic injustice I call psychiatric use of the Mental Health Act. Since when are painful, torturous, disabling, brain-damaging sickening neuroleptic drugs the ‘least restrictive measure’ to use on someone who is non-violent? So what if I was non-compliant? Of course I was. Anyone with any sense would be non-compliant with neuroleptic drugs, especially after they have felt the effects of them.

Why is it police can negotiate with terrorists in a crisis, but psychiatrists barge into a non-violent crisis, such as me in an altered state of consciousness, saying weird things, and  these government paid psychiatrists then use harmful traumatic damaging measures and don’t even try conversation. It’s as if they think I’m some sort of fruit-fly they can’t communicate with. They forget I’m human and symbology and poetic thinking is just as relevant, real and in touch with the emotional realm of feelings more than any other way of communicating. Surely it makes sense to communicate with a person, on their terms, during an emotional upheaval, such as grief. I wish websites like The Mental Health Commission would understand that point of view and realise it is more valid than the other invalidating point of view that psychiatry holds, which turns people into permanent drugged-up invalids.


If you want to know more about me, what I’ve been through, then by all means go for it. I’m a trained writer and editor. My books are available here:

                Australian publishers are ‘not ready’ for my views, they prefer to publish books by doctors, or those who have Stockholm syndrome, because the government isn’t ready to recognise their part in the 14 years of psychiatric abuse I’ve recently been put through, any more than the rest of the public who swallow psychiatric propaganda. People find it difficult to realise their part in the regime of terror on my body, as well as that of many, many others. It is terrifying when I hear these really beaten up broken down people repeat all the brainwashing lines I was subjected to, like a really sad, sad abused cult member, which they are not only like, they are, but they don't have to continue to be. They are so afraid, threatened, shamed and blamed for the corner society pushed them into and their reaction to being cornered. It’s horrible, but I do understand why people say what they do, when they feel the need to show compliance. It’s just very sad, when the public doesn’t understand why these people look so broken. And that that is an effect of psychiatry plus other abuses they've suffered and had diagnosed as their 'illness' their 'problem' their 'disease'. When trauma is not a disease and psychiatry has no scientific validity in saying that it is.


‘They complain that they are being abused

By the medicines that keep those savage people

Docile and manageable.

Those uppity mentally ill!’

Said the pill to the packet that was stacking odds

For the stock and crack it.



It is not okay, government of Australia, not okay. Change your ugly evil ways! Do a video or article that uncovers how psychiatric abuse produces ‘Stockholm syndrome’ in their victims, so that the public can understand what you’re saying, then say, perhaps we shouldn't call it that anymore since it is a psychiatric term.

Now, as your structural editor, MHC, I want to tell you that you lack clarity and sense. People will misinterpret you and think you’re a propaganda machine rather than a commission that inquires and attempts to improve social-justice, human-rights and health. You don’t want that do you? Now, be a good organisation and stick a psychiatric abuse awareness ribbon on your site somewhere. Or, at least, something to say sorry for what the government is still doing, in their name, to various people in Australia, or you are retraumatising people like me by the horror of what you seem to be saying okay to and not only allowing psychiatric abuse to continue, but encouraging it. I want your site to make it clear you want forced-drugging and electro-shock stopped immediately. In 2013 we must end this horrific regime. Australia is meant to be a democracy. Make it happen.

1 comment:

  1. I agree wholly with your concerns about the downplaying of psychiatric abuse in Australia! I attended a meeting at the University of Sydney just a few days ago, and there was no mention of what's going on behind closed doors of mental health hospitals. I find this to be an outrage. Yes, I did benefit from community health workers who were nonjudgemental about my experiences...but those services are few and far between. I'm concerned for the young people who may never get the warmth of social support I received. I support frankly non-drug interventions in a safe place, just like Soteria and related programs which do work.