posted on Dec, 15 2016 @ 09:39 AM
I'll play devil's advocate because it's the more difficult position in the debate to handle, especially with the ATS crowd:
Being diagnosed with a mental illness isn't as automatic as we may first assume, and most psychologists and psychiatrists are normal people who when
pressed, will usually make the moral decisions in a fairly honest manner.
I base this upon my own experience last year when I got locked up in a mental facility for my writings and was examined by two panals of 'experts' in
mental health, and believe me they tried to see if anything would stick.
But I came out with NO diagnosis of any illness/disorder. They even said some very positive comments about me, that I was the 'model patient', I was
'kind and had a big Heart', that I was 'helpful to the other patients', etc. They decided I was 'brilliant but misunderstood', and that's because I
took the time to explain myself and my reasoning to them.
I didn't freak out or get angry, I exercised extreme patience and remained in control of myself. I questioned them and their practices, I spent most
of my time reading almanacs, dictionaries, and other science or history information.
They did not give me any mental health medications, they never restrained me or mistreated me, and overall they were very nice. I was worried the
whole time about it because they could easily have abused me and got away with it as they had all the leverage and power they needed to claim bs and
cover up anything. I was unsure of their motives and morality.
In the end I came out on top, and YES, I met some really crazy people in there that need serious help but may not be reachable. I tried to help anyone
I could with sound advice and moral-emotional support - but some of these people mumble nonsense and don't have a clue what they are saying or will
simply refuse any advice because of whatever insanity they are spouting.
I saw some of these people flip out, get tackled and dog piled upon, and then injected with sedatives. I saw people being given cups full of a dozen
pills - and I always went to the med counter and made jokes like "What do you got for me today, oh yeah - Nothing! hahah". I remained on very positive
friendly terms with everyone there, and outwitted them any time they'd conduct 'tests' on me by 'trying to upset me to see my reactions'.
I refused to sign any paperwork because I knew that was a legal trick to gain my consent to some stuff I don't even want to know what it entails or
could have done to destroy my physical body and mental state. I wrote long articles to them about how I do not believe in modern pharmaceuticals
(unless it's a life saving necessity) and that I prefer a good healthy diet, natural remedies, exercise, communication, and Spiritual exploration and
of course focusing on expanding my education. I wrote at least 100 pages of material defending myself and NEVER signed anything.
For example they'd keep offering me this "patient's bill of rights" document and ask me to sign it, and I said "not at this time, thank you, I'll
think about it", and I'd then explain I understand this document is a waiver of my Constitutionally protected human rights by law because I don't need
to sign anything as I already possess ALL of my RIGHTS. Signing anything must be a waiver and if you review the 50 or so 'patient's rights' you'll
quickly realize these are RESTRICTIONS with LIMITS upon a much broader normal scope of rights that we already enjoy via the Social Contract already in
I had no one on the outside vouching for me, no family or friends checking on me to any viable extent, nothing. It was me vs the system and I came out
unscathed, and in fact it increased my esteem and self-confidence to know I could manage surviving this scary system without them nailing anything on
me. I was terrified because I know these chemicals will destroy my brain and my body (just ask them to print out the side-effects lists and create
discussions about that).
Anyways, in my Odyssey over the last two years I've met tons of crazy people of all types. Some of them utterly insane and babbling nonsense that no
one could understand at all, some of them just doing really weird quirky things, some of them just total idiots that are convinced they know it all,
some of them depressed and self-destructive, some of them just simply gave up on their dreams and needed inspiration, some of them were elderly and
were suffering from degenerative diseases that impaired their abilities drastically, and some of them were totally normal folks who saw benefits ($$$)
to play the system for a check.
So I don't see any problem with microchipping a lot of them - especially if we do it lawfully and require a signature (without any form of lies,
coercion, pressuring, etc). If they sign it freely, thinking it's best for them, what's the problem?
Now microchipping them based entirely off a court-order against their consent or purely with a doctor's request might be just begging for huge
lawsuits as it is a violation of human rights. Justifying that is the real challenge.
But you gotta remember, there are people committed to these mental institutions for very long periods, even a life sentence, without proper validity
or sound legal reasoning. We are already violating the hell out of a lot of people that might have been ok but are definitely now ruined physically,
mentally, emotionally, and Spiritually. That's the real problem everyone is ignoring - our mass mental prison population that skirts the rule of law
and uses highly questionable justifications to keep these people locked up and off the radar.
If you gave me a choice between being locked in one of those places forever or being chipped, I'd take the chip in a heartbeat. I might surgically
remove it later on but it depends, maybe I'd not worry about it much. Circumstances would dictate all that.