Sunday, January 25, 2015
Firearm confiscation by "mental illness" designation: The Sandy Hook hoax, "mental health screenings", and the American Psychiatric Association designation of questinioning authority as a "mental illness"
We are all aware by now that the Sandy Hook psyop is being used to push for legislation that will prevent so-called "mentally ill" people from owning firearms.
In late 2013, the newest issue of the American Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders created with their magic wand a new "mental illness", the so-called "oppositional defiant disorder" (ODD), which is defined as essentially "nonconformity and questioning of authority".
And now with the government taking over healthcare with the Unaffordable Health Care Act, the possibility of such mental health screenings becoming mandatory is ever more likely.
A Warning to Internet Conspiracy Theorists
The Obama administration has a new partner in crime and it is the American Psychiatric Association (APA). The APA created the new Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (5th Edition) which was recently adopted. DSM 5 is highly controversial and has sparked outrage from the mental health practitioners. As many of these practitioners point out, the new DSM-V makes a pathology out of simple and normal behaviors such as grieving for the loss of a loved one. Particularly disturbing is that the new manual targets internet users and conspiracy theorists. If someone is judged, by some vague set of criteria, to spend too much time on the internet, they could be judged to be mentally ill and ineligible to own a gun. Under Obama’s new proposed gun regulations, anyone who has a diagnosable, or is potentially diagnosable (i.e. pre-crime) for being mentally ill, can have their gun confiscated. Vice President Biden even feels that they can violate HIPPA privacy regulations in requiring the states to report who has been treated for a mental illness. Therefore, in the name of confiscating your gun, this administration thinks it is acceptable to violate federal privacy laws.