Friday, March 18, 2016

Informed Consent for psychiatrists

I think the key here is that when a person 'refuses treatment' they are then diagnosed as being 'not be able to give informed consent.' They are then threatened with a more severe treatment like electroshock, longer commitment, added drugs, higher dose... until the person says exactly what they've been told they must agree to, or else. If the person then gets more and more disabled by the torture and complains, the label 'treatment resistant' is given. Which would be incredibly humorous in a comedy skit, if it weren't for the fact that so many people are being tortured to death by psychiatry every minute of the day. Of course the person is resisting the torturous treatments! People don't like being enslaved as laboratory animals. Medicine is meant to enable, not disable!

For those people who end up as Plainsfolk in advertisements for diabolical psychiatric torture procedures, think of any regime and how it uses its victims for propaganda routines to validate their horror as 'goodness.'

(from Insight SBS 2013 electroshock promo show, repeated recently in an awful campaign to make this brain bleeding device Class 2, the same as eye-glasses.)
'There are a group of people, as we've heard that because of the nature of their illness are so unwell, that they have no idea what their illness is about, and no idea what treatments work and no idea what the side-effects are to be and so on'... they're called psychiatrists.

Let's look at, say if...

 • Does the psychiatrist know what is happening?

 Not really. For instance the psychiatrist admits that they don't know how ECT works, they have no conclusive way of proving their diagnosis. No, the psychiatrist doesn't know what is happening at all, just that they'll get some $$$ if they do as the pharma says.

 • Can the psychiatrist weigh up the information?

 No, the psychiatrists leaves the drug weighing to the chemist.

 • Does the psychiatrist appreciate that they've got an illness?

 No, the psychiatrist believes they are a physician to the soul.

 • Does the psychiatrist recognise the array of treatments available in relation to the treatment of that illness?

 No, the psychiatrist narrowly focuses on assisted-harm as a cure and has done so for over 200 years, since they took over from the witchhunters. A psychiatrist doesn't recognise being kind, listening, or validating grief as treatments, the psychiatrist only sees profit in cruel treatments as the 'array.'

Therefore the psychiatrist cannot give informed consent according to their own belief of how-to obtain Informed Consent.

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