Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Petitions to abolish forced psychiatry!
Petition number: EN0422
Date submitted: 13/11/2017
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• Reason: This petition of certain citizens of Australia draws to the attention of the House that Victims of Psychiatrists (VOP) are subjected to brutal persecution, violent exploitation for the purpose of invasive, cruel, lucrative forced human experimentation. Psychiatrists, are wrongly given statutory power in Australia to arbitrarily detain, torture with poisons 24/7 indefinitely, indoctrinate, interrogate, electrocute, tie a person up… until the person breaks under torture, complying under duress. Victim-blaming propaganda, threats of further torture and disenfranchisement are employed to silence VOP who speak out against forced psychiatry. Many victims of crime, corruption and pollution are silenced by forced psychiatry, allowing horrendous abuses, such as paedophilia, to continue. Many intelligent, inventive, artistic people are murdered, maimed and their creations never allowed to reach fruition. Half the population dies in Australia each year, dies iatrogenic deaths from forced psychiatric drugs. The Mental Health System is a system of diabolical Eugenics-Stigma-targeting, violation in the guise of 'protection.'
• Request: We, the Victims of Psychiatrists (VOP) and allies, therefore ask the House to request the Prime Minister and the Attorney General to abolish all State/ Territory Mental Health Acts and Federal Legislation that perpetrates Forced Psychiatry, stop discriminating (on the basis of perceived disability, financial and social disenfranchisement, atheist beliefs, religious and creative expression of the unknown or undefined) and if necessary replace these State/ Territory Mental Health Acts with a Federal Human Rights and Reparations Act, equivalent to the signed and ratified United Nations Convention On The Rights Of Persons With Disabilities.
This petition was considered by the Standing Committee on Petitions at a recent meeting, and was found to meet the petition requirements. It is now available for signature online.
Signatures open: 6/12/2017
Signatures close: 3/01/2018
Sign petition HERE