Sunday, February 19, 2012
As a physician it is my OBLIGATION to fight psychiatric drug tyranny; I know first hand those drugs' ill effects; just recently I was faced with a similar case with Risperdal in the U.S.; others can testify to this.
The Soviets used psychiatry to control the population and punish dissenters; we have to be forever vigilant that this not happen to us.
View the documentary below too, if you can find the time: you will never touch psychotropic drugs again, and neither will you let anybody in your family touch those products again ( unless somebody is profoundly psychotic or manic-depressive, in which case I would reconsider).
About Dr. Thomas Szasz: a brilliant and popular professor, rejected by the medical establishment for his views - of course; it sounds so familiar!
Here below is a very interesting interview of him. His biography reminds me a little bit of my own! Strangely enough, I still remember a close and much older friend of my mother's, a Mme Szasz, and her delicious Viennese pancakes: my mother tended to her when she became very old and lonely; my parents also came from Budapest, and I read here that Dr. Szasz's older brother lived in Switzerland; I suspect that the Szazs's I knew and Dr. Thomas Szasz were related; my parents and his family must have been friends... small world. Even though he was(is?) an assimilated Jew, he is profoundly spiritual, and has a typical Jewish approach to the mind, the soul, and personal responsibility. I would like to meet him one day, B"H.