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Can be used to try to suppress truth

Mental health purports to be a simple analogue to physical health. This is however, a misleading parallel, which overlooks the fact that it has a long history of exploitation by authorities to try to explain dissent.

Depression

Full article: Depression

In 2018 Depression was "the no. 1 cause of ill health and disability worldwide" and is increasing.[1]

Suicide

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CDC data states that suicide has risen in the US about 25% in the last 20 years.[2]

Establishment misuse

Many establishments have succumbed to the temptation to imply that those who ask inconvenient questions do so because they are ill, and that the questions themselves need no answers. A 2010 paper wrote that:

“The logic of the conspiracy meme is to question everything the ‘establishment’ — be it government or scientists — says or does... Conspiracy theories can be useful for scientists who are so far out of the mainstream in their field that they seek to appeal to alternative funding sources or publication outlets. They also might occasionally surface when a scientist's mental health deteriorates to the point that he or she loses touch with reality.”
Ted Goertzel (2010)  Conspiracy theories in science [3]

LAPD/Corruption

Full article: LAPD/Corruption

In 1928, Walter Collins disappeared from his home. His disappearance received nationwide attention and the Los Angeles Police Department followed up hundreds of leads without success.[4] In the face of public pressure to solve the case,[5][unreliable source?] a boy was found who was not Walter Collins, but who claimed he was. His meeting with Mrs. Collins provided a photo opportunity to try to allay criticism of the LAPD.

When she insisted that the boy was not her son, Mrs. Collins was committed to the psychiatric ward at Los Angeles County Hospital under a "Code 12" — a term used to jail or commit someone who was deemed difficult or inconvenient. She was released ten days after Hutchins admitted that he was not her son.[6] She then filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Police Department.[4]

On September 13, 1930, Christine won a lawsuit against Jones and was awarded $10,800 (approximately $154,000 USD in 2014[7]), which Jones never paid.[4] The last newspaper account of Christine is from 1941, when she attempted to collect a $15,562 judgment against Captain Jones (who was by then retired) in the Superior Court.[8]

JFK Assassination

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Both Eugene Dinkin and David Christensen were interned in psychiatric wards after deciphering information about the JFK Assassination.[9]

9-11

Full article: 9-11

In 2006 Clare Swinney brought a complaint to the New Zealand Broadcasting Standards Authority pointing out that TVNZ's claim that Osama bin Laden organised the 9/11 attacks was an outright lie. Shortly afterwards, she was incarcerated for 11 days in a psychiatric ward and subjected to compulsory treatment, The head psychiatrist told a judge that she should remain in hospital as her belief that 9/11 was an inside job was evidence she was "delusional". The judge agreed.[10] An FBI internal memo suggested that "Conspiracy theories about Westerners. e.g. the CIA arranged for 9/11 to legitimize the invasion of foreign lands" were a "potential indicator of terrorist activity".[11] US Marine Brandon Raub was locked up after posting on about 9-11 on Facebook.[12]

NYPD/Corruption

Full article: NYPD/Corruption

Adrian Schoolcraft was forcibly interned in a mental hospital and prevented from using the telephone after making recordings of his workplace.

Questioning the Queen

On 9 May 2014, UK Grenadier soldier Vivian Cunningham was committed to a mental hospital for asking questions about the status of Queen Elizabeth under Common Law court.[13]

"Conspiracy theories"

Full article: “"Conspiracy theories”

The academic research into "Conspiracy theories" is an example of modern day subversion of the concept of mental health, since it associates the belief in widespread high level corruption with madness, but refuses to consider the evidence for this phenomenon, instead preferring to credulously assume that official narratives are if not always true, almost always well intentioned.

Response

Ruling groups in many societies have defined opposition to them as signs of poor mental health, sometimes requiring treatment such as electroshock, forcible imprisonment or drugs.


 

Examples

Page nameDescription
AmnesiaMemory failure
Depression
Psychosis
Bipolar disorder


References

  1. https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/05/depression-prevents-many-of-us-from-leading-healthy-and-productive-lives-being-the-no-1-cause-of-ill-health-and-disability-worldwide/
  2. https://www.livescience.com/62781-why-are-suicide-rates-rising.html
  3. EMBO reports Vol. 11, No.7
  4. a b c Sacha Howells (2008-11-07). "Spoilers: Changeling – The Real Story Behind Eastwood's Movie". film.com. RealNetworks. Retrieved 2008-11-10.

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  5. "'Changeling' production notes" (Microsoft Word document). universalpicturesawards.com. Universal Pictures. Retrieved October 18, 2008.

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  6. "Enigma Boy Identified:Youth Impersonating Walter Collins Now Declared to be Arthur Hutchens, Jr., of Iowa". Los Angeles Times. 1928-09-21. Retrieved 2008-01-28.

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  7. "Inflation Calculator". Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved September 15, 2014.

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  8. "Suit to Renew Old Judgment Recalls Northcott Murders: Mother of Supposed Victim Who Was Imprisoned as Insane in Imposter Mixup Tries to Collect Damages". Los Angeles Times. 1941-01-29. Retrieved 2008-10-09.

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  9. http://hpub.org/article-67150/
  10. http://uncensored.co.nz/2008/08/27/apology-from-hospital-for-misdiagnosis-as-delusional-owing-to-political-beliefs-at-last/
  11. http://www.hangthebankers.com/fbi-questioning-911-makes-you-a-potential-terrorist/
  12. https://www.businessinsider.com/former-marine-brandon-raub-is-being-held-in-a-psychiatric-ward-over-facebook-posts-about-911-2012-8
  13. http://iclcj.com/?p=316