What do Bill Gates, parenting experiments & lab monkeys have in common?

Institutionalized child rocking his head and body Isolation-reared monkey rocking its head and body
Institutionalized child
rocking his head and body
Isolation-reared monkey
rocking its head and body

“What’s done to children,
they will do to society.”
– Karl A. Menninger

Please watch the Rock-a-bye Baby movie, above. It runs less than a half hour and is worth watching. Think seriously about how very strange it is for medical and scientific investigators to subject animals and children to experiments like those in the movie.

Operation Paperclip brought many Nazi doctors and scientists to our shores after World War II. With them, they brought medical birth and circumcision.

The practice of pathologizing birth has detrimentally influenced the quality of life in the USA. It is obvious to people who hail from countries where birthing and parenting are seen as simple, happy, natural,  human activities, that our society in general has suffered greatly.

Our nation is far from happy and healthy. Much healing is needed.

Psychopathy is a personality disorder characterized by a lack of empathy and remorse, shallow affect, glibness, manipulation and callousness. Previous research indicates that the rate of psychopathy in prisons is around 23%, greater than the average population which is around 1%. From Neurological basis for lack of empathy in psychopaths

Medically Approved Child Abuse: “Crying It Out”

Effects of Early Mother-Infant Separation One Year Later

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