posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 08:37 PM
If you hear voices in your dreams, then you have a mental illness. Do you hear voices in your dreams? Which of you will step forward to be the first
to admit you've got to be mentally ill since you indeed do hear voices in your dreams?
Psyciatrists can't pick and choose who is crazy when they themselves know damn well they hear voices in their heads when they are dreaming. So why
wont they take the very meds they be prescribing? O, side effects from meds they know they aren't stupid enough to try to handle.
Like the other guy that said science is a lie, well I'm saying psychiatry is a sham.
I say down with psychiatry!
To the depths of hell with the actual demented psychiatrists.
Anybody follow me on this? Psychiatrists are liked
unto serial torturers with their power to keep a person locked up in a mental ward against their will.
Anyone see all these commericals of medicines being advertized to having all those God damn serious side effects? It amazes me that anyone in their
right mind would want to take those meds let alone be forced to take them just because some psychiatrist wants to keep them for a who knows how long
in the mental ward.
Is this the kind of topic no one wants to discuss? Well I'll leave it at that. But you people need to wake up and see what's going on in the land of
psychiatry and meds. You and I both know we all dream and hear voices in those dreams given in the middle of sleep, and we aint been needing any damn
meds, and been doing swell enough without meds for voices. If anyone feels they are mentally ill, then they should want to take meds only if they want
to. No one should be forced to take meds just because of someone's opinion about them.
Certain of you may have to face being put against your will into a mental ward to be forced to take meds. Tell me, how do you feel about that in
advance before it actually happens to you. Like AIDs... it could happen to you.
Like Tupac said, "I bring the real, be a legend, breathing or dead."
[edit on 11-4-2010 by Tormentations]