Education For Slavery   Psychiatry


by Kay Carlson

Extract from: [2010] Diary of a Legal Drug Dealer by Kay Carlson

Mental health testing of school children without parental   consent is here in the U.S. now. The New Freedom Commission (NFC) is a group with pharmaceutical ties created   by a presidential executive order in 2002. The NFC’s members are  from the drug industry or have financial ties with it. They  designed an action plan for “early mental health screening,  assessment and referral to services.” The NFC recommends  mandatory mental health screening for all high school students.  As history has shown, once a federal program is created it  becomes institutionalized and rarely goes away. The costs are  rushing downhill towards the public like a thousand Niagara  Falls; costs in lives and money.

The American Association of Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) has called the New Freedom Commission’s plan “a dangerous scheme that will heap even more coercive pressure on parents to medicate children with the potential of dangerous side effects.”

The New Freedom Commission (NFC) encourages mental illness screening of all children and adolescents under the guise of preventing youth suicides. The Commission completely ignores the U.S. Preventive Service Task Force finding that there is no evidence screening for suicide risk reduces suicide attempts or mortality.

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Suicide Research Consortium study found, “…a prevention program designed for high-school aged youth found that participants were more likely to consider suicide a solution to a problem after the program than prior to the program.”

Jane Pearson, Ph.D. who chaired the NIMH consortium stated that when researchers have tried to predict suicide using as many known risk factors as possible (not like the simple TeenScreen test) they are still unable to predict who will and who will not attempt suicide.

TeenScreen Finds Most Teens Are Mentally Ill The Federal government has budgeted money to bribe states to follow NFC guidelines. The screening process the NFC chose as the model, TeenScreen, identified 50 percent of teenagers who were screened in Colorado high schools as suicidal and having mental disorders. The fact that 9 out of 10 children or adolescents who see psychiatrists are put on drugs should be reason enough to have all Americans shouting, “NO MORE DRUGGING OUR CHILDREN!”