Brainwashing is considered a crime

The crimes of psychiatry

by Bernd Seiffert

1 Introduction

Psychiatry is a pure regulatory authority. It strengthens grievances and injustices in society by psychiatricizing those who cannot or do not want to adapt to them. Societal progress can result from inappropriate thinking. Blind conformity, on the other hand, is destructive. This has always been evident in history, e.g. in the Nazi regime and in the GDR.

Psychiatry has always been there to enforce conformity. For example, those who did not fight zealously in World War I were forced to do so with psychiatric "shock therapies".

Psychiatry has always had “diagnoses” for deviant behavior. E.g. black slaves who wanted to run away suffered from addiction to run away, according to psychiatry, women who were not submissive suffered from hysteria. Psychiatry also invented "diagnoses" for communists, homosexuals and dissidents. The label “mentally ill” was and is always a justifying phrase for the benefit of those who describe themselves as “mentally healthy”.

Psychiatry also spread the ideology according to which countless citizens were denounced as "hereditary inferior", forcibly sterilized and killed. The sad high point in the history of psychiatry was the Nazi era. Gassing during the Nazi era did not begin in the concentration camps, but in psychiatry. The ideology with which the Nazis committed the mass murders of people who had been denounced as “hereditary” was instigated by psychiatry. In Hitler she had now found someone who was ready to implement this ideology mercilessly. For example, around 100,000 psychiatric and disabled people were murdered in Action T4. The psychiatrists disguised the mass murders as a necessary act of grace. They spoke, for example, of "the mentally ill and feeble-minded who live without living and who have to be redeemed from this suffering".

After the war, the mass murders of German psychiatry continued. Until 1949 through the systematic starvation of the prisoners. Until the 1970s, psychiatry cut the brains of many inmates. The psychiatrist Moniz, who invented brain tailoring in 1949, was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine. The victims' skulls were drilled open on both sides and long knives were stuck through the holes through the brain, with which parts of the brain were cut. The victims thus became foster care cases. Back then, too, people were gullible. The brain cutter Freeman, for example, had hundreds of thank-you notes from citizens whose brains he cut and their loved ones. He cut the brains of the "patients" in a chord, like on an assembly line. Worldwide, psychiatry has cut up the brains of around 1 million people. In China, for example, psychiatry still uses a similar method today: it pierces long, hot iron tips through the victims' brains and burns parts of the brain with them. The victims are then nursing care cases. Mortality in psychiatry has risen sharply since the introduction of neuroleptics in the 1950s. The basis of psychiatric crimes was and is the prior denunciation of the victims as "mentally ill". This denunciation meant and still means the restriction or deprivation of the status of "human" or the most basic human rights.

2. Deadly charlatany

Anyone can get into a crisis situation. Triggered, for example, by the loss of a job, wealth or health, the loss of a partner or relatives, through stress, drug use or bullying, or because one is exposed to an injustice. The feeling of dissatisfaction drives one to change the living conditions for the better.

Psychiatry, on the other hand, claims that one then has to undergo psychiatric treatment in order to avert worse. Many fall for this lie. They calm themselves down with psychotropic drugs or poisons6 in order to solve the problems. The poisons are addicting. They destroy the body and drastically reduce life expectancy. They paralyze the activities in the brain and thus hide the causes of the crisis situation. At the same time, psychiatry persuades the victims that the cause is a "mental illness". Many believe so. The "diagnosis" thereby becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy1. The real cause of the crisis situation remains during this. A vicious cycle.

Somatic diseases can always be detected by medical tests. But no psychiatrist or psychologist in the whole world has yet succeeded in producing even the slightest actual medical evidence for one of his alleged mental "illnesses". All psychiatric "diagnoses" have no scientific basis whatsoever. The soul cannot be medically diagnosed.

A disease is only present if it can be medically diagnosed and the patient is suffering from it at the same time. Mental illness cannot be medically diagnosed and it is attested regardless of whether the patient suffers. Both conditions are not met. So there is no such thing as mental illness.

In addition, it has been scientifically and experimentally proven several times that psychiatry expresses the alleged diagnosis “mentally ill” without any justification2.

The "psychiatry" system is inherently perverse. While “crazy people” are highly revered as shamans by the Indians, for example, psychiatry kills these people. Even peoples like the Hunza or Inuit have no mental illness. Mental illness is only known where there is a psychiatry that produces it. The psychiatric poison upsets metabolism in the brain and causes addiction. Psychiatry itself now admits that too3. Stopping the poison leads to cold withdrawal and causes panic, hallucinations, etc. So psychiatry does exactly what it claims to "treat". The metabolism in the human brain changes through feelings. For example, if you are in love, then more dopamine is produced in the brain. The feeling is the cause, the increased dopamine flow is the effect. Psychiatry interchanges cause and effect: it tries to determine feelings through chemical changes in the brain. She suspects the victims of the alleged mental illness as a metabolic disorder in the brain and prescribes poisons for them. This has devastating consequences: the toxins permanently disrupt the metabolism and cause dependency and disability. Even if someone actually had a metabolic disorder, it would be a physical - and not a mental illness. Psychiatry thus destroys the metabolism in the brains of the victims24.

The pharmaceutical industry carries out billions in propaganda. She carries out her own "studies" which praise the poison highly. Well over 90 percent of pharmaceutical studies are industry-dependent. It is known that the pharmaceutical industry typically conducts drug studies for marketing purposes. It falsifies the implementation and the results and then presents the already falsified results incorrectly and incompletely. The studies afterwards propagate exactly the opposite of what is true. In addition, the pharmaceutical industry bribes psychiatrists en masse with money and gifts so that they can advertise the poison as much as possible and prescribe as much of it to the victims as possible. The remainder of the turnover is used for cracking down on the victims' many claims for damages and for other methods of propaganda. Everything is corrupted: self-help, websites, forums, etc. In the USA, spending on “antidepressants” and neuroleptics24 increased forty-fold between 1986 and 2004. In southern Germany, between 1999 and 2001, 6% of all citizens took neuroleptics3.

Psychiatry wants to "heal" mental wounds with chemistry. In Germany, she is also using electric shocks with increasing frequency. Electric shocks are just as damaging as poison. They trigger generalized seizures, comparable to epilepsy, in the brains of the victims. This leads to memory loss and destruction of the nerve cells in the brain. Regardless of whether it is an electric shock, insulin shock, pharmacy or psychosurgery: The effect consists in destroying the brain with the aim of destroying unwanted thinking, acting and feeling.

Whoever wants to become a psychiatrist does not need any knowledge. This was proven by Gert Postel, who with secondary school diploma, as a postman, was appointed senior physician in psychiatry. To expose psychiatry as bullshit, he invented a mental illness. Psychiatry promptly included this in the international ICD10 classification. So Postel convicted psychiatry of pure charlatany. The number of forced admissions fell by 86% in his catchment area. With this, Postel proved that the best training to become a head psychiatrist is an apprenticeship at Swiss Post.

3. Psychiatry and the UN Convention

The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities obligates Germany to be socially inclusive. In short, social inclusion means that what used to be considered a disability, e.g. blindness, is now considered a specialty. Here is an example: In a dark room, people who can see cannot orientate themselves. But blind people can orientate themselves relatively well there. Here the sighted people are those with the true disability.

The UN Disability Rights Convention has been in force in Germany since March 26, 2009.

Violating them is illegal. According to the UN Convention, there are no people who are disabled, only people who are disabled. For example, wheelchair users are handicapped if there is no wheelchair ramp when boarding the train. So the handicap is the lack of the ramp. If there is no ramp, it is called a barrier. Germany has signed the UN Convention and must therefore guarantee absolute accessibility.

Special facilities for groups of people with disabilities have also been illegal since March 26, 2009. For social inclusion includes diversity in society. A special facility represents a separation within society and is therefore illegal. Such institutions also create barriers in society.

These illegal institutions also include psychiatric institutions. Because there people are separated whose entire social environment has failed or was missing or who did not catch them. For example in the case of bullying, marital crisis and loneliness. Here the problem with the social environment is the barrier. A separating device would throw the victims of these barriers together and thus further increase the problem of the existence of the barriers. Therefore, mental health facilities are illegal.

More and more psychiatric facilities are being demanded and built. The social barriers are getting bigger and bigger. They have catastrophic effects: If the entire social environment fails, is missing or does not catch you, then you cannot calm down and you are afraid. You can hardly sleep at night. Sleep deprivation is getting worse. After a certain time, there is a nervous breakdown. This manifests itself in the fact that one hallucinates and is often completely off the track. Now you really need a good social environment that takes care of you. But the opposite happens: Psychiatry denounces you as "mentally ill" because of the nervous breakdown. The more psychiatry is built, the more citizens are psychiatricized24.

4. Total disenfranchisement

Forced psychiatric admissions mean innocent incarceration due to social barriers and disabilities. They are therefore a crime4. Psychiatry can lock anyone up. And completely innocent. It only needs a doctor or a psychiatrist to assert that "harm to oneself or others" cannot be ruled out. This can also be done via "remote diagnosis".

Nobody doubts the assertion of the psychiatrist, because one can never completely rule out a danger to oneself or to others. Therefore, psychiatry can compel every citizen.

The number of compulsory admissions in Germany has more than doubled in 13 years (over 200,000 / year) and the number of compulsory admissions per 1000 citizens varies extremely between the federal states5.

With the forced admission, your human rights are automatically denied: you are locked up permanently, denounced as "mentally ill" and tied to the bed. It is tortured7 and killed with high-dose psychotropic drugs or poisons6. Resistance is usually not possible: a judicial hearing does not take place - or if it does, an understanding with the prisoner is not possible. Because he's drunk with the poison. As a result, he is almost immobile, almost unable to think, see or speak. He can usually no longer even name his own name. The right to a fair hearing, equality of knowledge and enough time to prepare for the hearing so completely undermines psychiatry. The judge nods off the process. He's practically just the psychiatrist's clerk. Psychiatry also completely ignores the anti-torture conventions. The prisoners are considered to be brain-sick pieces of meat and are forcibly slammed with poison through infusions, tablets and syringes. Very often to the point of unconsciousness and death. Open end. Psychiatry interprets any impulse as "confirming the diagnosis". Everything is against the prisoners. Many of the victims are also incapacitated. After a possible release from captivity, they very often remain completely disenfranchised for the rest of their lives: The guardian or supervisor8 can then, for example, trigger another forced admission at any time. This means permanent poisoning with high-dose psychotropic drugs under duress. The number of all childcare facilities in Germany has risen to well over 1 million.

5. Mass torture

Psychiatry manipulates the media and politics with lies. That is why there are caring-sounding special laws9 that allow psychiatry to forcibly shackle prisoners and forcibly, with the use of force and permanently, inject the poison in the highest dose.

Psychiatry is a "dungeon system with a torture regime" (Michael Foucault). The dungeon is disguised as a clinic, the instruments of torture are disguised as drugs. A citizen in Germany is locked into psychiatry about 200,000 times a year5. In addition, roughly the same number of citizens are coerced and blackmailed into being “voluntarily” instructed. A total of one million German citizens end up in psychiatry every year. There, the citizens are constantly pumped full of poison through infusion tubes, tablets, syringes and cardiac vein catheters, etc. Anyone who contradicts is forcibly tied to the bed with the entire body beforehand. And for an indefinite period of time.

The poison is a neurotoxic convulsive poison or nerve poison, also called neuroleptic. Its main effects are movement disorders and muscle and body cramps. Other effects are blindness, loss of blood pressure, strong sedation, blood picture disorders, diabetes, Parkinson's disease, akathisia, torticollis, delierium, fever, seizures, liver damage, kidney damage, vomiting, shortness of breath, hair loss, palpitations, facial swelling, headache, destroyed hormone system and much more. Some of these symptoms of poisoning always occur. This creates a feeling of total powerlessness and annihilation. It's like being a living wreck, like a living corpse. It's like dying. Those who beg for their life will be permanently struck down with an even higher dose. The trauma is extreme.

Psychiatry introduced the poison in the 1950s to make lobotomy (brain mutilation) easier. It has been proven that with its neurotoxic effects it also destroys the gray matter of the brain. Recent studies10 show that when ingested, about 1% of the brain substance is destroyed annually, sometimes well over 1% per year. It is easy to calculate how much brain is left, e.g. after 20 years.

The mind turns to mush and the will is broken.

When the inmates are released at some point, their bodies and brain metabolism will be so destroyed that everyone will think they are sick and severely disturbed. A very large proportion of the victims suffer from the physical consequences of torture for life. For example, tardive dyskinesia in some 59 percent of the victims11. These are constantly involuntary, painful muscle cramps that are irreparable, i.e. lifelong and also socially stigmatized. Psychiatry also interprets the direct consequences of torture (memory loss, fear, cramps, pain ...) as symptoms of alleged "mental illness". Absolutely everything is relative to the occupant. Torture turns you into a total wreck.

When the victims remember the torture they experienced, they go mad and end up in the mills of psychiatry again.

The aim of the torture is for the victims to confess their alleged "mental illness" and to submit to psychiatric rule without resistance.

6. Mass killing of innocent people

Every year around 3000 citizens die within German psychiatry12. In addition, very many are transferred to a somatic ward before death occurs, so that they do not appear in these statistics13. So the number is actually much higher. The main reason for the many deaths is that the psychiatric ward tortures inmates with neurotoxins.

In the first six months after going to a psychiatric hospital, the suicide rate is up to 100 times higher14. The reason for this is in particular the torture and dehumanization experienced in psychiatry.

In addition, many thousands die every year after psychiatric imprisonment from the effects of poisoning: the forcibly injected poison is addictive like a drug. Suddenly stopping the poison or suddenly reducing the dose leads to cold withdrawal and causes, for example, hallucinations and panic. A large proportion of the victims therefore take the poison for the rest of their lives.

In German psychiatry you die 6 times as fast as the average person12. But treatment outside of psychiatry is also fatal: Anyone who is permanently in psychiatric treatment from a young age dies on average around 25 years earlier15. Psychiatry itself admits that too3. Life expectancy 25 years shorter means: The remaining life that can still be expected is almost halved. The almost halved life is more of a wasting and slow death from poisoning than a life. If you include these people, there are well over 10,000 citizens who are killed by psychiatry every year. After 20 - 30 years that is around a third million killed citizens - in Germany alone. The population of Germany corresponds to approx. 1.1% of the world population.

7. Exercise brainwashing

Psychiatry is like a sect. She is brainwashing to drive positive thinking out of her victims. Physical illnesses can be diagnosed medically. But behavior, misconduct and feelings can of course not be diagnosed medically: feelings are not diseases, but feelings. In psychiatry, however, different laws prevail: With pseudo-medical sham diagnoses, psychiatry funnels its victims that they are “mentally ill”. Everything that the victims say, feel and think is interpreted by psychiatry as an expression of the most serious "mental illness". Psychiatry predicts that you will suffer from the alleged “mental illness” for the rest of your life and that you will therefore have to undergo intensive psychiatric “treatment”. If, for example, one expresses the wish to return to work later, psychiatry often evaluates this as "megalomania", for example. If one is happy, it is “manic relapses”, if one is sad, it is “severe depression”, caution is considered a “paranoid delusion”, and fantasy is “acute schizophrenia”. You can do what you want, absolutely everything is evaluated by psychiatry as an expression of the most serious "mental illness". There is no way to protect yourself from this brainwashing in psychiatry. Over time, most people believe that they are “mentally ill” and give up. They then also voluntarily take the poison in high doses and voluntarily endure everything. Believing it is for their own good. They can also be coerced into labor slavery. Unpaid full-time work. Psychiatry calls this “work therapy” and persuades the victims that participation in it is “therapeutically necessary”. Psychiatric brainwashing works on the principle of repetition. Psychiatry speaks cynically of "insight into disease" and "psychoeducation".

8. Destroying vitality

What makes life worth living The emotions and feelings, the liveliness. The purpose of psychiatry is to permanently destroy just that. With poison. The process can be observed closely in psychiatry: the victims are alive when they are admitted to the hospital. You have and show feelings, sometimes very intensely. When the poison torture began, that changed completely: the prisoners slowly shuffled through the corridors or were chemically tied to the bed by infusions of poison. Her eyes stare into space. They are dead like living corpses and their former vitality usually never returns. Anyone who has been “treated” psychiatrically for a certain period of time is broken.

Nevertheless, the psychiatrists are mostly firmly convinced that they have "cured" these victims, because the complete and lasting extinction of feeling and thinking is the goal of the "treatment". Not only with these psychiatrists, but also with other criminals, lack of insight into guilt is very common. Well-known example: the murderers in the concentration camps usually imagined until the very end that their crimes were good for the common good16.

It has been scientifically proven that it is extremely easy for people to be instrumentalized as torturers17.

Psychiatry is also increasingly destroying the vitality of children: children are lively. If parents or educators are not in the mood for it, then psychiatry increasingly comes into play to destroy the vitality of children with poison. The destructive harmonization begins at an early age. Millions of children feel like zombies as a result. In the USA, children in care are affected in up to 70% of cases24. Psychiatry is constantly inventing new diseases (e.g. ADHD). She had a handful of mental illnesses over 60 years ago. Now there are more than 300. And she is constantly inventing new ones18.

9. Spreading inhuman ideology

Psychiatry is a dehumanizing system. Anyone who has ever been a psychiatric inmate is stigmatized. He must keep what happened secret everywhere. The basis of this stigmatization is the assertion of psychiatry that the victims are mentally ill. The psychiatric libel terms (e.g. "schizophrenia", "personality disorder" etc.) are attacks on the personality of the victim. They have a dehumanizing effect. The assumption of “mental illness” is incompatible with the Basic Law, which states that human dignity is inviolable. Nevertheless, psychiatry continues to systematically practice slander. Psychiatry divides the human family into two races: people who have basic rights - and those who are said to be "mentally ill", to whom it does not grant human rights and to whom it assumes a personal, mental deficit. Through this stigmatization, psychiatry drives countless people to suicide.

Anyone who has been slandered as "mentally ill" by psychiatry can never be life again as it was before. The slander, which is considered a scientifically sound medical diagnosis, must be accepted and believed by the victim as proven truth. Anyone who believes in being “mentally ill” also feels “mentally ill”. A vicious cycle. With the "diagnosis", psychiatry produces what it claims to be treating.

In addition, there is the contempt of society towards the slandered. Suicide and other forms of self-destruction such as the consumption of psychiatric poison are seen as the only way out.

10. Criminalizing the victim

Psychiatrists often claim that psychiatric inmates are more dangerous than citizens who have nothing to do with psychiatry. That's a lie. Even former psychiatric inmates are no more dangerous than other citizens. It has been unequivocally proven by various studies19 that those who are experienced in psychiatry are just as safe as the average population. There are around 4 to 8 million citizens in Germany who have been to inpatient psychiatry. When a criminal is experienced in psychiatry, this is usually emphasized in the media20, so that the impression arises that there is a connection between crime and psychiatric experience. Of course, it's nothing like it. Psychiatry lies: They claim that the inmates are dangerous. In truth, it psychiatrizes victims of violence while the perpetrators roam free. It projects evil into the psychiatric inmates, the allegedly “mentally ill”. She sacrifices them as scapegoats and destroys them with poison.

Anyone who comes to court after a criminal offense and is declared "incapable of guilt" by a psychiatric report can almost certainly expect an unlimited introduction to the psychiatric forensic high security prison and lifelong high-dose coercive medication.

The psychiatric reports are not questioned by the judge in 97% of the cases21.

Studies have shown that the reports are generally completely inaccurate. In the case of homicides, for example, there is only one lucky hit out of 39 reports22.

In forensics, only a very small fraction of the occupants are dangerous: Driving without a driver's license is enough, for example, to be locked in forensics for an indefinite period of time. All it takes is a psychiatrist to say that one is “not sane”. In forensics, you get bogged down with poison indefinitely. Often you can't even bring a spoon to your mouth.

Shoplifting or a little freaking out in a drunkenness is enough to disappear forever in forensics. Only a very small fraction of the prisoners are dangerous. Forensic measures have nothing to do with the fight against crime. In Germany, the number of forensic inmates has risen from 2,400 to over 11,000 since the 1990s, although the crime rate has fallen at the same time. In addition, inmates stay longer and longer in the forensic system. The necessity is to be officially reviewed every three years, but the reviewers usually take over the view of the previous review, so that the inmates remain in prison.

The reviewers absolutely want to ensure that none of the many test subjects can ever relapse again. Because that would destroy your own reputation and that of your colleagues. The appraiser would be held responsible for the act. Therefore, the subjects are usually no longer released from the torture system.

There is no such thing as a lack of guilt, because basically everyone has a conscience. Some people act unscrupulously, act against their conscience or cheat it. If a psychiatrist attests that he is “incapable of guilt”, this can lead to the subject no longer believing in the existence of his or her guilt and conscience. He then begins to act unscrupulously. Even the highest human authority in the world, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, says: Forensics is illegal and criminal proceedings with the determination of “culpability” must be abolished23.

If someone was drunk with drugs in a crime, that doesn't change the fact. The act is still the same. Then the judges must examine whether there are mitigating or exonerating circumstances.

You don't need psychiatry for criminals. The police can lock up criminals and the judiciary can convict them.

Criminals do not have to be “treated” either, because crime is not an illness, but a consequence of conflicts and social grievances. These need to be fixed. Then there will be no crime in the first place.

11. Questions

What if someone wants to kill himself, don't you have to stop him? Absolutely, but not by force. Because that would only strengthen the desire to die. And violence does not solve the root causes of problems. By the way, suicide is not illegal. Whoever wants to kill himself has a right to do so. What can you do when a citizen hallucinates and runs madly across the street in front of the cars?

If you speak to the citizen in a friendly manner, he may voluntarily go back to his apartment or he may be taken to a protected area. The police have various options: they can block the street, take the citizen into custody or test them for drugs. The hallucination and madness is mostly a result of sleep deprivation. It disappears after a certain period of recovery. The police can also inform relatives or friends of the person concerned so that they can take care of it. There are tons of options. Is there anything good about psychiatry too?

No, because psychiatry is inherently perverse: It wants to solve social and interpersonal problems with chemical poisons, with neurotoxins. The absorption of poison into the body does not solve problems, it makes them worse. Psychiatry is a major cause of social problems. Families, humanity, compassion and social engagement need to be strengthened. Then the problems don't even arise.

The psychiatric poisons destroy the metabolism in the brain and thus cause panic, suicide, hallucinations and much more. This also applies to antidepressants, for example. The new atypical neuroleptics are also devastating. With them, the death rate is twice as high as with the old neuroleptics24.

Isn't the abolition of psychiatry a fight against windmills?

No. Psychiatry was abolished in Italy in 1978. The psychiatrist Franco Basaglia managed to convince the legislature of the need. The 1000 year old empire and the wall between west and east also suddenly came to an end. It depends on the individual: One good event triggers other good events and these trigger further good events.

There are a lot of psychiatry clients. They are addicted to psychiatric drugs and do not believe that a life without psychiatry will ever be possible for them. What's up with them?

They have to be rehabilitated or declared mentally healthy and psychiatry has to be declared guilty of crimes against humanity. She is to blame for the victims' drug addiction. The police must seize the psychiatric libel files and the pseudo-medical instruments of torture as evidence. All psychiatric offenders must be sentenced to high damages and reparations. The mental institutions have to be converted into memorials for victims. The former psychiatric clients must be included in the middle of society.

12. Further information

There is extensive literature on the subject by many authors25. The refugee house in particular has proven itself as a help and refuge for people in crisis and madness. In stark contrast to psychiatry, there is neither coercion nor slander. Psychiatric poison or other drugs are also not used there if possible. In Berlin, a large runaway house has been operated very successfully for a long time and there are similar initiatives in other cities as well. The antipsychiatric Soteria according to Loren Mosher and the Villa 21 project were also very successful. In contrast to psychiatry, such facilities have proven to be successful. To protect yourself from psychiatric defamation, torture and incapacitation, one should have an advance directive26. In Germany, associations of people with experience in psychiatry are politically committed to counteracting total psychiatric disenfranchisement. These include the Federal Association of Psychiatry Experienced People, the Insane Offensive, the IAAPA, the BPE and the State Association of Psychiatry Experienced People in North Rhine-Westphalia.

1 Reverse placebo effect (so-called nocebo effect): What one believes is perceived as reality

2 Rosenhan experiment and reverse Rosenhan experiment with sham patients

3 See memorandum of the DGSP. The umbrella association of community psychiatry has joined this.

4 UN High Commissioner for Human Rights 2008, and UN Convention (valid in Germany since 2009)

5 Federal Ministry of Justice, as of 2005, total number 2005: 208,779

6 Neuroleptics, toxic, generally lead to severe poisoning and often death in the dose used.

7 Torture: The addition of severe pain (through violent psychiatric drug poisoning).

8 guardian who has special rights over the ward. He has been referred to as a “supervisor” for a number of years.

9 Legalization of psychiatric violence in the care laws, through PsychKG and § 63 StGB.

10 Liebermann et al. 2005, Nancy Andreason 2008, (also published in the New York Times and the Lancet)

11 Study published in 1991 in the Neurologist on treated women from Berlin

12 As of 1996 from the 1998 Statistical Yearbook, after that the dead were no longer recorded

13 Read up on the psychiatrist Asmus Finzen in “Der Patientensuizid” on p. 45

14 Haase: Therapy with psychotropic drugs, see 410

15 Joukamaa et al. 2006, Volkmar Aderhold, memorandum of the DGSP, etc. see also www.psychrights.org

16 Cf. Alexander Elster's concise dictionary of criminology, volume 5, chapter political crime

17 Milgram experiment, repeated by Burger, Stanford prison experiment, see also peer pressure

18 See Prof. Thomas Szasz, February 28, 2004 in California.

19 W. Böker and H. Häfner (1973)

20 E.g. approx. 50% of the reports on psychiatry in the picture are related to crime

21 Engelhard 1995, p. 206

22 The 1999 weaver study

23 Report of the UN High Commission from January 2009 to the UN General Assembly

24 See interview with Robert Whitaker in Street Spirit magazine

25 E.g. Marc Rufer, Thomas Szasz, David Cooper, Robert D. Laing, Franco Basaglia, Fernand Deligny, Peter Lehmann, Peter Breggin, Michael Foucault, Erich Fromm, Alice Miller, etc. See also: Antipsychiatrieverlag

26 Available at www.patverfue.de

This letter may be reproduced, distributed and used as required. A text by Bernd Seiffert. The author died on April 28, 2010 in a traffic accident.