posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 03:52 PM
I think that what mentally ill people are called today in the media is in the same defamatory way as how black americans were called before civil
rights. I really don't like the separate drinking fountain aesthetic being sold to the public about non-diagnosed and the diagnosed.
I know one woman she has a representative payee, she had one because she was homeless on the streets after being brutalized by family, why she was
disabled from poverty and abuse, and the government needed a stable residence to deliver checks to. It has nothing to do with ability to manage or
not, it is sometimes a system of convenience for a disabled person to have a financial manager. It is lucrative for representative payee agent
businesses, they get over 30 bucks a month from the person's account to manage their checks for them, with hundreds of recipients they make interest
on those held accounts.
Because she had been hospitalized for depression, even before this consideration about representative payees, do you think gun sales background
checkers could sell her one anyways? No, because of the prejudice on medical records which strictly are nobody else's business when it comes to civil
rights. She needed that self-defense tool when she was poor in the low-income apartment complex and her neighbors were thieves and sex offenders.
Her anxiety went up when she had no defense. While ex-cons and felons had one anyways, illegally, to make more crime, she was following it and
fretting the entire way when they were predators on her at home. In duress she ran to the mental health center again to hide in anxiety, when
otherwise she could have peace of mind.
Soldiers are giving up in the same idea when they get disabled and realize the government is coming for their civil rights. Many jobs that make it a
shame to have a mental illness, doctors, pilots, post office workers, when people get the politics of being told they have a mental condition, their
career is over, their depression increases, and it was preventable at the source of the system that did the diagnosis and advised the government
officials to criminalize certain medical records. It was preventable at the government level to consider citizens asking for help a crime on their
That's where the real statistics around control shows up, when the government statistically criminalizes the innocent. Who is the first person to
victimize the ill when they are weak? The government, with inequality laws.
They did this in another country before. When the leader wanted to get rid of a political critic he had the doctors call someone a sluggish
schizophrenic and drug them into submission. It was Lenin's Russia, it was a civil rights abuse back then. I do not want to see USA going into the
same political mistake.