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8,895.  Bush also successfully rammed through the Orwellian-named New Freedom Initiative.  This forces every child in America from age five to eighteen to be psychologically tested twice a year.  Whether you’re home-schooled, private schooled or public schooled.  The guidelines for mental illness were written by a consortium of drug companies.  And in their own internal documentation they brag they will go from 15% of children on psychotropic drugs and Ritalin to over 50% ... This is the type of nightmare only Josef Stalin could dream of.  (Children & Control & Ritalin & Psychology & Mental Health & Pharmaceutics)  Alex Jones, Martial Law 9/11: The Rise of the Police State

 

 

16,606.  The Dallas District Attorney’s Office sent psychiatrists into the defendant’s cell to discover whether he is without remorse and therefore is a dangerous and psychopathic personality ... Holbrook and Grigson: the killer shrinks ... Whenever they showed up, the purpose of their visit was to kill the defendant.  (Miscarriages of Justice & Psychiatry)  The Thin Blue Line 1988 starring Randall Adams & David Harris & Gus Rose & Jackie Johnson et al, director Errol Morris, music Philip Glass, Randall

 

16,607.  He testified – Grigson – that if the future seriousness of my mental states would be such that if they released me I would go crazy and butcher half of Dallas country ... He talked to me fifteen minutes; he is crazy.  (Miscarriages of Justice & Psychiatry)  ibid.  Randall

 

 

18,812.  They sent you to a psychiatrist?  But that’s crazy.  (Gangs US: New Jersey & Psychiatry & Mafia & Mafia: US)  The Sopranos: Down Neck s1e7 starring James Gandolfini & Lorriane Bracco & Edie Falco & Michael Imperioli & Dominic Chianese & Steven van Zandt & Tony Sirico & Robert Iler et al, Granny to AJ

 

 

18,891.  We've been seeing his therapist together.  (Gangs US: New Jersey & Mental Health & Psychiatry & Mafia & Mafia: US)  The Sopranos: Second Opinion s3e7 starring James Gandolfini & Lorriane Bracco & Edie Falco & Michael Imperioli & Dominic Chianese & Steven van Zandt & Tony Sirico & Robert Iler et al, Carmela to mum and dad at table

 

 

21,735.  Our story deals with psychoanalysis, the method by which modern science treats the emotional problems of the sane.  (GBH Films & Psychiatry)  Spellbound 1945 starring Indrid Bergman & Gregory Peck & Michael Chekhov & Leo G Carroll & Rhonda Fleming & John Emery & Art Baker & Bill Goodwin et al, director Alfred Hitchcock, caption

 

 

21,808.  What are you saying – that I wanted to fuck my mother?  Have you ever seen my mother?  Are you out of your fucking mind?  Well then Freud’s a sick fucker, and you are too for bringing it up.  Aaargh!  (GBH Films & Psychiatry & Mother)  Analyze This 1999, starring Robert De Niro & Billy Crystal & Lisa Kudrow & Chazz Palminteri & Joe Viterelli & Kyle Sabihy & Pat Cooper & Joe Rigano & Leo Rossi et al, director Harold Ramis, Vitti to Sobel

 

 

50,458.  The New Freedom Commission is a federal program to mandate the bogus screening and compulsory medication of children from infancy through eighteen years of age in this country through the use of completely inappropriate screening techniques.  Any child who deviates from the prescribed feeling and thought pattern that is allowed to them will be compulsorily medicated, even over the objection of their parents, with dangerous, unproven and untested psychiatric medications to control their thoughts, their behaviours and to impede their emotional development.  This is a federally mandated program.  (Mental Health & Ritalin & Children & Control & Pharmaceuticals & Psychiatry)  Dr Rima Laibow, cited One Nation Under Siege

 

 

50,726.  The church [Scientology] wants nothing short of the global obliteration of psychiatry.  (Scientology & Psychiatry)  John Sweeney, Panorama: Scientology & Me 2007

 

 

50,736.  Back in 2007 I had faced days of pressure from the Church.  Then they took me to their Industry of Death exhibition.  One of the beliefs of the Church is that psychiatry is evil, damaging humanity around the world.  For ninety minutes I had a tour through madness.  (Scientology & Psychiatry)  John Sweeney, Panorama, The Secrets of Scientology BBC 2010

 

 

86,015.  I cannot conceive how anybody in his right mind should go to a psychoanalyst.  Vladimir Nabokov

 

 

86,016.  You don’t go to an analyst to find out who you are, it’s to find out how to get to what you know you are.  Dudley Moore

 

 

86,017.  Freud devised a method for exploring a hidden part of the mind which we nowadays call the Unconscious, which is a part totally unknown to our Consciousness.  That there exists a barrier in all our minds which prevents these hidden and unwelcome impulses to the unconscious emerging.  Good night.  Dr Ernest Jones, colleague of Sigmund Freud,

 

 

86,018.  After World War One Freud was basically a pessimist.  He felt that man is an impossible creature – a very very sadistic and bad species.  And he did not believe that man could be improved.  Man is a ferocious animal.  The most ferocious animal that exists.  He can enjoy torturing and killing – he didn’t like man.  Dr Ernst Federn, Viennese psychoanalyst

 

 

86,019.  I started my professional activity as a neurologist trying to bring relief to my neurotic patients.  I discovered some important new facts about the unconscious in psychic life – the role of instinctual urges and so on.  Sigmund Freud, radio interview BBC

 

86,020.  People did not believe in my facts and thought my theories unsavoury.  Resistance was strong and unrelenting.  The struggle is not yet over.  ibid.  

 

 

86,065.  The pendulum of the mind oscillates between sense and nonsense, not between right and wrong.  (Psychiatry & Mind)  Carl Jung  

 

 

4,575.  Man becomes what he is meant to be.  At least he ought to get there.  But most get stuck by unfavourable external conditions, by all sorts of hindrances or pathological destructions.  (Man & Progress & Psychiatry)  Carl Jung

 

 

4,576.  The only real danger that exists is man himself.  He is the great danger ... We are the origin of all coming evil.  (Man & Danger & Evil & Psychiatry & Psychology)  Carl Jung

 

 

86,023.  If there is anything that we wish to change in the child, we should first examine it and see whether it is not something that could better be changed in ourselves.  (Psychology & Change & Child)  Carl Jung, Vom Werden der Personlichkeit 1932  

 

 

86,024.  A more or less superficial layer of the unconscious is undoubtedly personal.  I call it the personal unconscious.  But this personal unconscious rests upon a deeper layer, which does not derive from personal experience and is not a personal acquisition but is inborn.  This deeper layer I call the collective unconscious.  Carl Jung

 

 

86,025.  I liked him [Freud] very much, but I soon discovered that when he had thought something it was settled while I was doubting all along the line ... From the very beginning there was discrepancy.  Carl Jung

 

 

86,026.  The divided self.  (Psychology & Psychiatry & Self & Division & Mental Health)  R D Laing, title of book on schizophrenia 1960

 

 

86,027.  There are some words in relationship to such people like sickness and madness and psychosis and neurosis that have become in my mind so confused in their uses that I would prefer to withdraw them from the currency of my own discourse.  R D Laing

 

 

86,028.  The Politics of the Family.  R D Laing

 

 

6,178.  Insanity – a perfectly rational adjustment to an insane world.  (Society & Insanity & World & Psychiatry & Rational)  R D Laing 

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