I. Mental Illness is a MYTH
I will show this through sufficient explanations and conceptual rational and moral argumentation. Anyone who disagrees is invited to debate their
point of view and then I will proceed to eviscerate it with the aim of convincing you that there is no such thing as "Mental Illness" in the general
sense it is thought of today.
Psychiatry is essentially a modern form of 'witchcraft accusation', aiming to stigmatize individuals with labels as a result of behavioral deviancy
from the socially accepted norm and to suppress and oppress them, often by force or through fraud and manipulation, into situations where their rights
are violated, they are ostracized from various social circles, and they are poisoned by dangerous drugs or other treatments that offer very little
actual medical value. Sometimes they face a life imprisonment or even die as a result of this systematic oppression.
This practice not only often leads to the destruction of individual victims, but it destabilizes society as a whole in a host of ways while putting
all free peoples at risk of illegitimate victimization.
We have formal and informal 'mental illness labelling':
In the formal medical practice of psychiatry, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) is utilized in order to identify,
categorize, and diagnose victims with "mental illness". It is published by the American Psychiatric Association (APA), and offers psychiatrists
classifications and a standardized criteria for stigmatizing and dehumanizing any random person that comes to their attention. Along with it's
alternative published by the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems
(ICD), this is the formal system for labeling someone with a "mental illness".
The informal method is any random person, via frustration or prejudice, labeling someone else as any one of these buzzwords like "insane, psychotic,
Schizophrenic, obesssive compulsive, etc". We often informally label others with mental illness on a daily basis pejoratively.
Officially, mental illnesses are artificial constructs devised by groups of psychiatrists and essentially voted upon to decide if it ought to be
included in the DSM. This is purely a result of their personal biases and opinions, and lacks any valid scientific basis. They misuse statistics and
invented categories to determine what is and isn't a mental disease. For example 'Homosexuality' was considered a disease until around 1970, when
they voted to remove it from their manual.
Rather than an actual illness or disease, the act of labeling someone with a 'mental illness' is the misuse of metaphor and an
oversimplification, resulting in gross prejudice and illegitimate stigmatization.
II Misdiagnosis of Physical Illnesses
There are no illnesses in the mind. The mind is the abstract realm of thought, and it's claims can be either accurate or inaccurate, it's concepts
can be realistic or fantastical, and it's proclivities are the result of environmental stimuli and survival mechanisms interacting with the brain via
an abstract medium.
The mind abstractly relates to cognitive abilities such as thinking, judgment, perception, memory, and consciousness in general. From it comes
imagination, recognition, appreciation, it processes emotions and results in attitudes. As a result, the "mind" and the physical "brain", an organ
in our cranium, are not exactly equivalents - though they are closely related.
Cancer, influenza, polio, HIV, or even Alzheimer's disease is an organic physical disease or condition that can be observed and verified through
scientific methods in a laboratory under controlled conditions, it can be explained in definite terms and addressed directly through physical
Mental illnesses (like ADHD, Depression, Obsessive Compulsive, Drug Abuse or Dependence or Schizophrenia) uses highly ambiguous and vague terminology,
replaces scientific facts with opinionated prejudices, and serves to mask a person's problems with inaccurate labels and then seeking to 'treat'
those problems in highly ineffective and reckless ways. Rather than actually dealing with those underlying problems rationally, they seek to address
primarily existential, philosophical, or psycho-social problems by throwing chemicals at them, violating civil rights, imprisonment, physical
tortures, or obscure and obscene forms of mental conditioning.
Rather than being schizophrenic, for example, a person might actually be suffering from a brain tumor or other physical ailment. So therefore the
problem is a physical diagnosis (tumor, cerebral aneurysm, stroke, etc) and the symptoms manifest as bizarre behaviors which are misinterpreted as
'mental illnesses'. However as often the case, there is no physical disorder or damage of the brain tissues at all, and the brain itself is
When the brain is functioning normally, a diagnosis of 'mental illness' is actually the result of an analysis of that individuals behavior in the
context of our social architecture (normal vs abnormal behavior). It is based entirely upon opinions and prejudices and stereotypes rather than upon
any actual medical or scientific analysis.
So therefore a brain tumor is a real medical problem, whereas 'bipolar disorder' is a fictional contrived metaphor and does not