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    You want to talk about A BRAVE NEW WORLD ? Here it comes BUT we can STOP it!

    This petition is in support of The Parental Consent Act, a federal bill introduced by Congressman Ron Paul, which prohibits federal funds being used to establish or implement any mandatory or universal mental health/psychiatric screening of schoolchildren.

    It also establishes a parent's right to refuse mental health screening of their child. This is a crucial bill which must be passed to guarantee parental rights.

    I urge everyone to sign the petition in support of this bill.

    The Ron Paul Parental Consent Act Petition

    Learn more about it from this video from Ron Paul's former Campaign Manager Kent Snyder:





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    I experienced a real life "conspiracy" last week ... and live to tell the tale.

    It involved my wife, several Emergency Room [COLOR=#e0e060 !important][COLOR=#e0e060 !important]doctors[/COLOR][/COLOR] and a mental institution. The conspiracy was that the nurses and doctors tried to convince my [COLOR=#e0e060 !important][COLOR=#e0e060 !important]mother[/COLOR][/COLOR]-in-law and myself that my wife was mentally ill, though I disputed their claims with fact and proof. Their conspiracy theory proved wrong in time and raises major concerns regarding the assessment and treatment of those deemed "mentally ill".

    It all started one afternoon when my wife and I decided the fence line of our yard needed weeded. We commenced to pull the weeds from the bushes and flowers. My wife happened to unknowingly get into a patch of poison ivy. Being the naturalist that she is, she attempted to "treat" the affliction with topical treatments. After several days of attaining no relief and the poison ivy only spreading and worsening, I convinced her to see her physician. Once at the doctor's office, she was treated with a shot of steroids (I'm not sure what the actual name of the steroid in the syringe) and the doctor prescribed what is known as a "DexPak" in the [COLOR=#e0e060 !important][COLOR=#e0e060 !important]medical[/COLOR][/COLOR] industry. This "DexPak" is a corticosteroid known as prednisone, a steroid which, like many other steroids, can have multiple and major side effects.

    The steroid caused my wife to have trouble breathing and also a very rapid heart beat. We consulted the M.D. that prescribed the medication and she told us that this was normal and we should continue with the prescription. My wife did as was recommended by her physician. This drug cause my wife to have trouble sleeping. She slept only 1-2 hours per night while taking this medication and my wife normally sleeps AT LEAST 8 hours per night. After the 4th day of no sleep my wife took herself off the medication (which one should NEVER do, it turns out). The insomnia continued. On the 5th day of practically no sleep, I told my wife that we should go see her physician once again and see if anything could be done about this sleep disorder. We told her that my wife had stopped the medication. The doctor wanted to prescribe an anti-anxiety medication to help her sleep. Of course, my wife wanted a more naturalistic approach and asked if it'd be OK to drink a glass of wine. This doctor said this would be fine and drink however much helped her to get some sleep. We went home and she drank a glass and a half of wine before she reverted into a delusional state. She broke a wine glass over the counter while laughing at something her mother said over the phone. I convinced to to lay down and rest. I spent the remaining night with her making sure she didn't have a heart attack or her breathing didn't get any worse. Her condition worsened.

    I got her up the next morning and took her to the Emergency Room since we seemed to get no relief from the M.D. that she regularly sees. The ER checked her in, drew blood and took a urine sample. All her vital signs (EKG) checked out normal (aside from the rapid heartbeat and her trouble breathing). The urine and blood test returned no signs of drug use (I fear that's all they checked for - being that she was up for 5 days straight they automatically assumed that she was a drug user and wacked out on speed). We explained, as we had to her M.D., all the side effects that she'd been suffering such as: lightheadedness, sweating, disorientation, blurred vision, constant urination, confusion, excitement, false sense of well-being, feelings of self-importance, feelings of being mistreated, restlessness, acne, headache, irregular heartbeat, muscle weakness, nausea, and of course trouble sleeping. All side effects of prednisone.

    The doctors took note and said she should stay and rest a while. I was happy to oblige the notion and hoped that she might finally get some sleep with this peace of mind. While attempting to sleep, my wife - as she had at home - would begin with R.E.M. when starting to drift off. But, just before her mind could enter deep sleep my wife would snap awake and begin to tell whomever was near the mysteries of the universe, as she now experienced them through her delusional state. This happened several times. My wife, being the delusioned Christian that she was, being speaking about Jesus and God. This is a strict NO-NO in the medical field. No mention of faith based deities should be referenced in the modern medicine arena. She went from the official diagnosis being that she was suffering side-effects of prednisone to suffering from a mental illness. The doctors explained to me that she was probably exhibiting the early signs of schizophrenia. They wanted to get a counselor from Our Lady of Peace [COLOR=#e0e060 !important][COLOR=#e0e060 !important]Hospital[/COLOR][/COLOR] to speak with her. I said that would be fine. I asked the doctor if steroids could trigger such an episode of mental illness. He said no. But typically women begin to show signs in the mid 30's-late 40's when they suffer from such.

    I had no idea what Our Lady of Peace Hospital was. I was under the assumption that it was just another medical facility that was better equipped than the local small town hospital we were currently at. She had yet another episode and with this one she attempted to escape the ER. We were able to restrain her and calm her down once more. Just like all the other times, when the episode was over with she apologized to the staff and explained to them that she didn't know why she kept having these fits and she was sorry for all the trouble. After the apology, the nurses sedated her with shots of Tramadol and Adavan. After which, they strapped her down and suggested that she be transfered. I signed the papers and followed the ambulance into the city to Our Lady of Peace, which turned out to be a mental institution, among other things.

    We were interviewed and they took down our story. They asked my wife (while sedated) many questions regarding her [COLOR=#e0e060 !important][COLOR=#e0e060 !important]health[/COLOR][/COLOR] and mental state. She answered all semi-coherently. She was admitted. I went home to rest and came back to the hospital at 7:00 during visiting hours. They took me up to the 3 North wing. I set foot into the ward and realized the mistake that I had made. This was indeed a mental institution in full effect. I immediately went to my wife's room where she continued to sleep. I stayed only a few minutes and left to allow her to get some rest. I attempted to ask the attendants some questions and was able to after about 10 minutes of waiting around while they did crossword puzzles. I won't get into all the incompetencies that the ward suffered from, but let me tell you this: The state mental illness treatment in this hospital was EXTREMELY POOR. I felt sorry for anyone that is treated for such a condition in this facility.

    I returned home and did not sleep. I got up at 6:30 the next morning and returned to the hospital. My wife called me on my way there. She told me that she felt 100% better and that she'd gotten 12 hours of sleep finally. She had met with a "doctor" (we later found out that this was not a doctor, but a "counselor") and he wanted her to continue with her sedative medication and well as pescribe an anti-psychotic medication known as Risperdal along with Ambien to help her continue to sleep.

    Now, keep in mind that they are keeping her for "observation". To me, that would mean that they're attempting to see these "mental illness" episodes take place. Being that the episodes subsided after the sedation took place I still don't understand why they would sedate her in an attempt to "observe" these episodes. Also, why would any doctor (or counselor) prescribe antipsychotic medicine without being 100% positive that a [COLOR=#e0e060 !important][COLOR=#e0e060 !important]patient[/COLOR][/COLOR] would need said medication?! My wife, of course, refused the "treatment".

    I asked about getting my wife checked out. They told me that I would have to have a doctors approval, but I could speak with her social worker. I said that would be fine. The doctor had visited the hospital that morning, seen his patients and had left. I called his office and was informed that the doctor had many other hospitals to visit and wouldn't return to his office until 2-3:00 pm. I told the receptionist that I'd like to speak with the social worker that was handling my wife's case. I was informed that the social worker wouldn't be in until 11:00 am. So I waited. I made calls to friends that are doctors and they seem to agree that my wife should accept the 'treatment' that the doctors were offering. I wasn't satisfied that she needed any such "treatment" being that she was mis-diagnosed as being mentally ill, when any idiot that can read could discern that she was only suffering side effect of the steroid that she was prescribed. I called some friends who're lawyers to discuss my options. They began to look into what could be done to get a release. Meanwhile, my wife began to ask about self-release from the facility. She was told that she could not check herself out because she was not in a coherent state, though she was. There were several incidents that took place that I considered inappropriate behavior for staff in a mental illness facility. I won't get into everything. It was mostly small annoyances such as hiding extra items that I had brought my wife. They "misplaced" her extra clothes. They "misplaced" her glasses. He magazines that I had brought her would disappear, then 30 minutes later the nurses on duty would be reading the magazines. Very unprofessional behavior and totally inappropriate for a mental ward where patients are attempting to receive treatment for an apparent mental illness. It's almost as if they didn't want anyone to think that they were sane.

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    reply posted on 1-7-2008 @ 11:02 AM by tyranny22 *** continued ***

    I won't bore you anymore with the mindless run-arounds that we endured over the next 6 hours. Finally after roughly 8 hours of waiting in the lobby and endless calls to the doctor's office and lawyer discussions we were able to check my wife out of the hospital. She was and had been completely coherent since waking at nearly 7:00 that morning. She's at home today working as she always has. Other that being demoralized by the entire incident, she's perfectly fine. She's just as sane as she's ever been (with the except of prednisone induced delirium).

    My question is: If she had accepted the "treatment" of sedatives, antipsychotic and sleeping medication ... would my wife still have a mental illness? Would she still be in a mental ward?

    The conspiracy is that modern medicine tried to convince me, my wife and her <A style="POSITION: static; TEXT-DECORATION: underline !important" id=KonaLink6 class=kLink href="http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread367833/pg1#" jQuery1313660520296="4">[COLOR=#e0e060 !important][COLOR=#e0e060 !important]parents[/COLOR][/COLOR] that my wife was mentally ill. Doctors don't always have the answers. Even when they do, they're not always the right answers. This is only one story that ended up with a happy ending because of the understanding and common sense I exhibited during this trying time. God help those that blindly follow a doctor's orders without using a little deductive reasoning for themselves. I'm sure there are many more stories out there that didn't end up with a happy ending.

    [edit on 1-7-2008 by tyranny22]</B>





    reply posted on 1-7-2008 @ 11:19 AM by tyranny22 I had thought about posting my story just to get the word out there that the state of modern mental illness assessment and treatment is very poor.

    I eventually decided not to post it.







    This is one mans true story ......

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    Bush-Blair Memo

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    The Bush-Blair 2003 Iraq memo was a secret memo of a meeting between American President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair that took place on January 31, 2003. It purportedly showed that the Bush administration had already decided on the US invasion of Iraq at that point.
    It has become controversial for its content, which shows Bush floating the idea of painting a U-2 spyplane in UN colors and letting it fly low over Iraq to provoke the then-leader Saddam Hussein to shoot it down, providing a pretext for America and Britain's subsequent invasion. It also shows the two making a secret deal to carry out said invasion regardless of whether or not weapons of mass destruction were discovered by UN weapons inspectors, in direct contradiction with statements Blair made to Parliament afterwards that Saddam would be given a final chance to disarm.
    The memo was written by Blair's chief foreign adviser at the time, David Manning. In it, Bush is paraphrased as saying:
    "The start date for the military campaign was now pencilled in for 10 March. This was when the bombing would begin."
    Five pages long and classified as extremely sensitive, the existence of the memo was first alleged by Philippe Sands in his book Lawless World. It was then obtained by American newspaper The New York Times, who confirmed its authenticity.
    UK Liberal Democrat leader Sir Menzies Campbell said, on the memo: "If these allegations are accurate, the Prime Minister and President Bush were determined to go to war with or without a second UN resolution, and Britain was signed up to do so by the end of January 2003." It was also discussed on BBC World programme Dateline London by a panel of commentators in the early morning of February 6, 2006, the commentators seemed to agree that the memo just confirmed what they already believed to be the case.

    Bush was on the BG invitation list for 2008..
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    If you try to enact what this guy is saying be prepared to face consequences . Your friends and family will call you an idiot , Dr.'s will call you paranoid and the programs already in place will start kicking your ass .
    Then again , if you want to make a difference -do what this man says .
    You know, I think I would rather be a man than a god . We don't need anyone to believe in us. We just keep going anyhow. It's what we do.

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    Exactly Russ. Freedom comes with a price as usual. THe signors of the D of I learned that.

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    I hope the Bilderberg group starts doing a better job of running the world soon. They're currently doing a crappy job of it.

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