CCHR Int Newsletter — January 2014


cchr-anniversary-dinnerJoin us in honoring:

• A Colonel and Military Psychologist who blew the whistle on psychiatry’s infiltration of the Armed Forces to hook troops on psychoactive drugs.

• A Highly Awarded Navy Seal on a mission to help get Veterans real help for their problems instead of psychiatric labels and mind-altering drugs.

• A Mother who turned the tragic death of her son into a compelling account of the dangers of psychotropic drugs in the military.

• A Civil Rights Attorney who has faced one of psychiatry’s most insidious human rights violations and the force and financial might of its collusion with the pharmaceutical industry.

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New York Post: ADHD Does Not Exist

adhd-doesnt-existThis article covers a neurologist Richard Saul’s view on ADHD and its “treatment”.

The article reads:

“After a long career treating patients complaining of such problems as short attention spans and an inability to focus, Saul is convinced that ADHD is a collection of symptoms, not a disease, and shouldn’t be listed in the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual.”

“Treating ADHD as a disease is a huge mistake, according to Saul. Imagine walking into a doctor’s office with severe abdominal pains and simply being prescribed painkillers. Then you walk away, pain-free. Later you die of appendicitis.”

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Behind the Epidemic of Military Suicides: New Documentary Exposes Psychiatry as “The Hidden Enemy” in Military Mental Health

hidden-enemyBy Kelly Patricia O’Meara

CCHR has just released a groundbreaking documentary, The Hidden Enemy: Inside Psychiatry’s Covert Agenda, which exposes how psychiatry is behind the increased diagnoses of PTSD in soldiers and the skyrocketing military suicide rates.

Below are just a few of the facts provided in the documentary:

• In 2012 alone, more U.S. active duty service men and women committed suicide than died in combat.

• Officially, one in six American service members is on at least one psychiatric drug.

• Over the last ten years, the U.S. government has spent more than 4.5 billion dollars just medicating soldiers and veterans, according to the Dept. of Veterans Affairs.

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