It hasn’t gone away, it’s only dormant pending the outcome of the “Trump phenomenon.”
Now Bush wants to test every American for mental illness–including you! And guess who will create the tests?
Next month, President Bush plans to unveil a broad new mental health plan called the “New Freedom Initiative.” Never mind that it couldn’t have less to do with freedom; if you’re a thinking American, this initiative should scare the hell out of you.
The New Freedom Initiative proposes to screen every American, including you, for mental illness. To this end, the president established a New Freedom Commission on Mental Health, to study the nation’s mental health delivery service and make a report. It’s interesting to note that many on the staff appointed to the Commission have served on the advisory boards of some of the nation’s largest drug companies.
The commission reported that “despite their prevalence, mental disorders often go undiagnosed,” so it recommended comprehensive mental health screening for “consumers of all ages,” including preschool children because “each year, young children are expelled from preschools and childcare facilities for severely disruptive behaviors and emotional disorders.”
Children and school personnel will be the first to be screened. The panel concluded that schools are in “key positions” to screen the 52 million students and six million adults who work at the schools. By doing this, the commission expects to flush out another six million persons not now receiving treatment. But who will decide the screening criteria? Bush and his people? The drug companies? What are their qualifications?
One recommendation of the commission was that the screening be linked with “treatment and supports,” using “specific medications for specific conditions.” It is no coincidence that the treatments recommended for specific conditions are the newest state-of-the-art treatments that will bring in the most revenues for the drug companies. One of these emerging treatments is a capsule implanted within the body that delivers doses of medication without the patient having to swallow pills or take injections. If a government wanted to exert control of its citizens, think of the implications of using this device.
The Texas Medication Algorithm Project, or TMAP, was named by the commission as a “model” medication treatment plan that “illustrates an evidence-based practice that results in better consumer outcomes.” Medical algorithms are a decision-tree approach to treatment. If symptoms A, B, and C are evident, use treatment X. In 1995, TMAP began as an alliance of individuals from the University of Texas, the pharmaceutical industry, and the mental health and corrections systems of Texas. This plan was trumpeted by the American Psychiatric Association even as it asked for increased funding to implement TMAP. When an employee of the Inspector General’s office revealed that state officials with influence over the plan had received money and perks from drug companies who stood to gain from it, the plan came under severe criticism.
Allen Jones, an employee of the Pennsylvania Office of the Inspector General, wrote a whistleblower report in which he stated that behind the recommendations of the New Freedom Commission was the “political/pharmaceutical alliance” that developed the Texas project, which promotes the use of newer, more expensive antipsychotics and antidepressants. He further claimed that this unholy alliance was “poised to consolidate the TMAP effort into a comprehensive national policy to treat mental illness with expensive, patented medications of questionable benefit and deadly side effects, and to force private insurers to pick up more of the tab.”
In an article in the British Medical Journal, Jones shows that many companies who helped launch TMAP are also major contributors to Bush’s re-election funds. For example, Eli Lilly manufactures olanzapine. This is one of the drugs recommended in the New Freedom plan. Lilly has numerous ties to the Bush administration according to the British Medical Journal. It says George Herbert Walker Bush was once a member of Lilly’s board of directors. Our current President Bush appointed Lilly’s chief executive officer, Sidney Taurel, as a member of the Homeland Security Council. Eighty-two percent of Lilly’s $1.6 million in political contributions in 2000 went to Bush and the Republican Party.
Now don’t get me wrong. The medical algorithm approach used in Texas shows promise as a treatment tool for mental health and other illnesses. But make no mistake; this initiative is not really about treatment tools. Masquerading in the lamb’s fleece of providing mental health treatment to needy folk is the greedy wolf called Big Pharma. Helping out Big Pharma in the form of the TMAP has nearly bankrupted Texas. So why would our president want to do that to the rest of the nation?…
Ugh. The medical establishment manufactures and perpetuates depression and PTSD in the population via obstetrical abuse, circumcision, vaccine heavy metal toxicity, mass psych drugging, meducation etc. But apparently what we need is a more “algorithmic” (i.e. sociopathic) approach to “medication”.
President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health
Achieving the Promise: Transforming Mental Health Care in America
We envision a future when everyone with a mental illness will recover, a future when mental illnesses can be prevented or cured, a future when mental illnesses are detected early, and a future when everyone with a mental illness at any stage of life has access to effective treatment and supports – essentials for living, working, learning, and participating fully in the community….
On April 29, 2002, the President identified three obstacles preventing Americans with mental illnesses from getting the excellent care they deserve:
- Stigma that surrounds mental illnesses,
- Unfair treatment limitations and financial requirements placed on mental health benefits in private health insurance, and
- The fragmented mental health service delivery system….
The President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health (called the Commission in this report) is a key component of the New Freedom Initiative. The President launched the Commission to address the problems in the current mental health service delivery system that allow Americans to fall through the system’s cracks….
They’re coming for your brain. Seriously. There’s a chemical imbalance hiding in there somewhere, probably caused by your political beliefs. Or vice versa, they’re not sure, more “research” is needed. But in any case they intend to root it out.
And you thought psychiatric PTSD only happens to kids (or women, or minorities, or elderly, or survivors of our obstetrical dungeons). “First they came for the children and I didn’t speak out because … well, they’re doctors right?”
Corruption, like any other organism, can only grow on its substrate or die. That substrate is mass human gullibility and sociopathy.
It can’t happen here? You’re living under a “deep state” which trained, deployed and financed death squads and torture tutors across south vietnam, latin america and the mideast under “bipartisan” sponsorship over a period of at least 50 years, and we weren’t even at war. Not the kind of war being planned anyway.
Look at the OKC and 9/11 false flags (see the reference section and the site index). The nightmare has already begun, and armies of brainwashed drones stand ready to serve (i.e. serve up the bodies of the innocents on the altar of their god, the herd).
A lot of these kids come from bad gene pools. They don’t have stable parents making good decisions. Besides the gene pools, they’ve been traumatized by abuse, neglect and problems, and then they’ve been traumatized by separation, and all those things predispose to mental illness. — Joe Burkett, quackiatrist, testifying to texas legislature on why 2/3rds of texas foster kids are on psychiatric drugs (see https://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/Groups-criticize-remark-about-bad-gene-pools-1512855.php)