Classrooms are not psychiatric laboratories

Well-meaning parents and teachers alike are being duped by the psychiatric industry into thinking children have various kinds of mental problems that potentially require psychiatric intervention and ‘treatments’.

At a recent teacher’s union annual conference, it was suggested young children were suffering from panic attacks, anxiety and depression. This idea came about following a survey of union members which concluded children as young as four were troubled.

There can be no doubt parents and teachers, those hugely important people in the lives of young children, want the best for them. If they observe things that are not consistent with normal childhood development, of course they are going to do something to assist the child, so that he or she can reach their full potential.

Psychiatric concerns however should not be put in the same category as parental love or the natural, altruistic care of teachers.

Of course there will be days when parental patience is sorely tested by their offspring, days when they may want to pull their hair out in frustration, or moments when they hope for that one precious day of tranquility. These regular behavioural difficulties witnessed by parents all over the world have however been redefined  by the psychiatric industry as so-called mental illnesses.

Here are some examples of crass, unscientific reclassifications of childhood behaviour. If a child is frequently defiant, he has a mental illness called oppositional defiant disorder. If he is given to outbursts of anger, he has a mental illness called intermittent explosive disorder. If he is given to violating rules or infringing on the rights of others, he has a mental illness called conduct disorder. If he is given to setting fires, he has a mental illness called pyromania. If he is persistently angry and given to very frequent temper tantrums, he has a mental illness called disruptive mood dysregulation disorder. And, of course, if he is disruptive and inattentive in the classroom, he has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

By neatly re-labelling every conceivable kind of misbehaviour as a mental illness, psychiatry has established turf in the classroom. It has also legitimised the use of drugs to ‘treat’ this misbehaviour.

Every attempt to eliminate, or even reduce, this widespread and persistent practice, is doomed to failure as long as psychiatric diagnoses are accepted as bona fide illnesses. It is being readily accepted that psychiatrists are compassionately and effectively ‘treating’ these ‘disabling illnesses’ when in reality, they are systematically and deceptively pursuing a self-serving policy of medicalising virtually every significant problem of thinking, feeling and or behaving.

Their pharmaceutical allies have provided the money, and psychiatry has provided the credentials, in what is arguably the most widespread and destructive swindle in human history. And they have been enormously successful. Their notions are widely accepted today as reality.

No significant progress will be possible in these areas until the swindle is exposed, and sanity is restored to our concept of human activity.

Children are not experimental animals. They are human beings who have every right to expect protection, care, love and the chance to reach their full potential in life. They will only be denied this as a result of the verbal and chemical straitjackets that are psychiatry’s labels and drugs.

Take Action

Protect your children. Download the Parent’s Exemption Form and submit it to your child’s school, stating they may not be subjected to any form of mental health, psychological, social services or counselling screening or tests without your written consent.

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