Daily Archive: October 7, 2011

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Universal Declaration Of Human Rights

I won’t make any silly comments on this as I feel that when The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed, (a fair time ago now) and how it was intended, is important for all people on this planet, whatever their views. I’m going to copy and paste the preamble  and link to the United Nations website. Just read through this document and analyse whether you are getting the rights that it sets out. Mental Health is a field which...

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Chemical Warfare On Humans

I’m a 14 year veteran of Psychiatric services in the UK having had 10 forced admissions and have had most of the drugs mentionned here (in article below) and indeed more. It’s an accurate article based on my own research and experiences. The trouble is, as a patient, there is no get-out clause at all. The worst form of human rights violations in history, all for the sake of profit and power.  When you factor in that, the practicionners of...

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Edge Of Existence

This song from Yusuf Islam makes the #EotVibe as I think the feeling generated by the song is relevant in the battle against mental health. Psychiatric Victims are among the most marginalised people on this planet and are well used to living at the edge of existence in terms of how their human rights are so abused. More Yusuf Islam http://www.last.fm/music/Yusuf%2520Islam

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The Hypnotist

This is a chillout classic, from the original Cafe Del Mar Series. It is in #EoTVibe as hypnotism is linked to mental health sometimes, an alternative therapy, perhaps? It kind of sounds how one with no knowledge of the system might imagine a mental health doctor / nurse / carer talking to a patient in ‘therapy sessions’. To be honest I know little about Hypnotism… But this song is emancipating in some way. I hear hypnotists are used for smoking...

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EoTFMH0002 – Famous Mental Healthers – António Egas Moniz

  Here is an interesting tale which I think demonstrates some of the extremes involved in the psychiatric industry. António Egas Moniz was a neurologist who went on to become the founder of modern psychosurgery. He invented the procedure called leucotomy. In 1949 he was the first Portuguese National to be awarded the Nobel Prize. Leucotomy is a prefrontal lobotomy. In Moniz’s words “Prefrontal leukotomy is a simple operation, always safe, which may prove to be an effective surgical treatment in...