Call for Action Against Psychiatric Abuse on World Mental Health Day
Special television event exposes psychiatric abuse and its deadly results.
In observance of World Mental Health Day on October 10, Scientology Network will present a marathon television event featuring the work of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights and its partners to expose psychiatric abuse.
With one in four Americans currently taking psychiatric drugs, including over 400,000 children ages 0–5, most remain unaware of their inherent dangers. A partial list of reported side effects includes suicidal ideation, anxiety, violence, depression, psychosis, hallucinations and death. In fact, patients taking psychotropic drugs are nearly six times more likely to kill themselves.
And despite the FDA admitting to electroshock (ECT) causing cardiovascular complications, memory loss, cognitive impairment, brain damage and death, about 100,000 Americans receive ECT every year. Further, psychiatrists confess they do not know how ECT “works.”
Scientology Network’s World Mental Health Day marathon will be dedicated to educating the public on psychiatric abuses and corruption worldwide and is a call to action to help eradicate the crimes of the psychiatric industry.
The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is a nonprofit mental health watchdog committed to help put an end to the criminal practices of the psychiatric industry around the world. To date, CCHR and its partners have helped enact more than 320 laws protecting individuals from abusive practices.
World Mental Health Day Marathon will feature:
CCHR documentaries—an ongoing investigative series taking on the powerful and well-funded psychiatric interest groups to expose the truth about the marketing of dangerous psychotropic drugs and the industry’s terrifying history. The films included are:
- Therapy or Torture: The Truth about Electroshock, an exposé on the brutal psychiatric practice of electroshock
- Psychiatry: An Industry of Death, an investigation of psychiatry’s dark past
- Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane?—a look at how psychiatry concocts mental diseases for the sake of profit
- The Hidden Enemy: Inside Psychiatry’s Covert Agenda, uncovering how psychiatry infiltrated the US military and its devastating effects
Voices for Humanity—the only ongoing television series dedicated to those working in the streets, schools and communities to spread the message of human rights, educate communities on the dangers of drugs and combat psychiatric abuse.
The World Mental Health Day marathon starts October 10 at 8 a.m. ET.
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