by Jon Rappoport
April 25, 2012

PBS FRONTLINE INTERVIEWER: Skeptics say that there's no biological marker-that it [ADHD] is the one condition out there where there is no blood test, and that no one knows what causes it.

BARKLEY (Dr. Russell Barkley, professor pf psychiatry and neurology at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center): That's tremendously na´ve, and it shows a great deal of illiteracy about science and about the mental health professions. A disorder doesn't have to have a blood test to be valid. If that were the case, all mental disorders would be invalid...There is no lab test for any mental disorder right now in our science. That doesn't make them invalid. [Emphasis added]


Over the last ten years, I've established time and time again that psychiatry is a fraud. From every angle.

It's a drug-dealing machine, and all the drugs are toxic and dangerous.

Not one single so-called mental disorder has ever, in any patient, been verified by a physical test, chemical or biological. That's because there are no tests.

The 300 so-called disorders listed in the bible of psychiatry, the DSM, are invented by committees from menus of behaviors. It's a con. It's an embrace between the profession of psychiatry and the pharmaceutical industry.

From the psy-op perspective, diagnosing people with these disorder labels means they can be debilitated by the drugs. That makes the nation weaker. That scrambles people's brains. That sedates people. That makes people easier to control.

And from another angle, if a person is diagnosed, his thoughts and ideas are no longer considered legitimate.

Read that last sentence again.

Diagnosis is method of de-legitimizing ideas.

"Everything he thinks is really coming out of his CONDITION."

Yes, and everything about his life is now defined as "recovery."

On the other side of that coin, if a person is considered mentally healthy, then his thoughts and ideas could have power.

That's one reason you never hear media talk about mental wellness. Never is talked about.

"He's very healthy, mentally speaking. Let's hear what he has to say."

No. That doesn't happen.

Here's a story you'll never, ever hear or see or read from major media:

"Well, John Parker has been diagnosed in the pink of mental health! Superb! This man is really mentally and emotionally in great shape! So he would be a model that we could all follow and learn from. Mr. Parker, what do you have to say?"

"Well, thanks for having me on, Oprah. I go by the rule of self-sufficiency. That's why, in fact, I'm in such good shape. I rely on myself. I have goals and I pursue them. I think the basic ideas of freedom and responsibility as written in the Constitution are the basis of all mental health. Don't assume dependance is good for your sanity. In fact, it's just the opposite because---


End of story.

No, it's not good for the controllers to put up a standard of mental wellness. It doesn't work for them. They need more diagnoses of mental disorders. They need more people focusing on their own mental and emotional problems. They need more "disorder" talk on television. They need people to accept the notion that we're all, in some way, "disordered."

That's the psy-op. That's the way it works.

That's the way you get people to participate in their own reduction. You know, as in a recipe. You REDUCE a sauce down to an essence. In this case, the reduction is down to a mental condition.


End of story. End of a chapter of life.

"I'm functioning BIPOLAR. The drugs help. Of course, I've gained sixty pounds..."

The whole nation goes into a slow-motion crumble...behind the millions of diagnoses and the drugging of disorders.


I've watched it expand since I grew up in the 1940s, when nobody was diagnosed with anything and the nation was much better off...to now, when everybody is diagnosed with everything, and things are much worse.

Part of the psy-op is The Up and Down. It goes this way. A person is diagnosed with a mental disorder. Now the stage is set for the "struggle back to normalcy." He struggles, "makes progress," and then there is a "setback." But he keeps trying. Up and down, up and down. WITH A LIMITED CEILING. Get it?

It's a redefinition of Possibility for that person. The space is made smaller. The potential is lessened. The ceiling is lowered.

In my new collection, THE MATRIX REVEALED, I interview retired propaganda master, Ellis Medavoy a number of times. Here's what he has to say about psychiatry:

"I worked on that for a while. It was easy. It was a lot easier than some of the other areas I was involved in. Basically, what you do is expand and extend SYMPATHY.

"How do you mean that?"

"You take the common and universal feeling of sympathy and blow it out so that it covers anybody who is diagnosed with anything, any disorder. That's the key."


"Because that's how you enlist public support and turn the tide. You make people feel guilty if they don't have sympathy for those who've been tagged with a mental disorder. Of course, all the diagnoses are a sham. They don't exist. People have difficulties, but that's different. These are supposed to be scientific diagnoses [of disorders], and they aren't. But if you can enlist enough public sympathy and get leaders in the society to come out in favor of TREATMENT for the people who are diagnosed, it's a breeze. You've won."

"This op goes after leaders?"

"Hillary Clinton was fantastic. You see, you find a leader and you bring your sources to bear on that leader. You've already profiled the leader, and you know he or she will be receptive to your legend, to the story you're inventing. And then that leader picks up the ball and runs with it. You've scored a touchdown."

"Why were you contracted to work on psychiatry?"

"Because it's a plan for control. Simple. You put more and people under that system and they fall into line. They develop a different concept of their lives. It shrinks. But here's the thing. This is all about lower expectations. For the human race. That's what you're really doing to populations. You can't just tell people to lower their sights, you have to give them a reason. And psychiatry is that reason. It's one more fake science. When you get outside the whole system of psychiatry, that's what you're looking at: the ultimate rationalization to do less, to accomplish less, and most important, to envision less. It's mind control. It's a semantic system using one set of words to define other words. You substitute a technical vocabulary. Those are the names and the symptoms of disorders. There's a great deal of propaganda that works this way. You introduce a new vocabulary. It's very much like rewriting history. Instead of saying Van Gogh was wrestling with the fact that he saw a better future and nobody was interested---and that he quite possibly suffered from lead poisoning in the paints he was using---you say he was a paranoid schizophrenic.

"Here is a prediction for you. There will be whole host of labeled disorders that involve wording like "non-empathic." People who don't have sufficient sympathy for OTHER people who are diagnosed with mental illnesses will be called mentally ill. It'll be a closed system. You see?"

This is an OPERATION. In the Globalist world, everyone (except the leaders) will need adjusting. The list of disorders will expand to enormous proportions, as will the drugs.

And personal responsibility will be a legal item that can be manipulated to suit the authorities. Just today, we have a story coming out of Canada that illustrates this perfectly. A Toronto-area man was convicted of killing his wife. But because he was diagnosed with a "psycho-affective disorder," he was judged to be NCR. Not Criminally Responsible. Therefore, he did no jail time. He was placed in a treatment facility and then released after a short stint. Now, an appeals court has ruled that he can receive all the money from his wife's estate, because, you see, he didn't really commit a crime. The restriction against profiting from the proceeds of a crime was lifted, because the word "crime" doesn't apply to him. He's NCR. He's "psycho-affective."
(thestar.com, April 24, 2012. "Insane man who killed wife entitled to her insurance benefits.")

In psy-op terms, this is called "reordering values." It's all based on "the needs of the community," an intentionally vague term that can be used like a sword to control, punish, or exonerate behavior.

Psychiatry is a leading edge of this operant-reconditioning program. People are taught that older systems of values are outmoded, in light of "scientific advances."

This is the basic lie. "We understand so much more now than we ever did." "We must diagnose everyone who has an undisclosed disorder."

No. There are no disorders. That's a complete fiction. People suffer, they experience pain, they may become confused, they may have severe nutritional deficits, they may be toxified, they may be under the gun of political repression, but there are no disorders.

There never were.

Here's a real undisclosed problem. People don't find a way to discover their own first principles, their own philosophy, if you will. I'm not talking about some complex academic system. I'm talking about the vital ideas that can help launch a vision that then revolutionizes a life and a future. The lack of that could legitimately be called a problem. But there is no diagnosis and there is no externally applied treatment. There is only free will and the desire to remedy the lack.

In such a vacuum, you see, the professionals step in and make weighty pronouncements and fabricate a science that never existed and then try to mandate treatments.

You can submit or just say no.

As the title of this piece indicates, when elites fashion and impose a New World ORDER, they naturally need a way to classify the recalcitrant citizens and the rebellious and the independent. So they use the word DISORDER. "If you're not for the new order, you're disordered." That's called a clue. It illustrates the building of a closed self-referential system. Nice and neat.

But life isn't.

Jon Rappoport
The author of an explosive new collection, THE MATRIX REVEALED, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world.


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