Psychiatry is the Number One Enemy of the People. It is the control cult of the globalist elite, valued by them because it desentises, intimidates and debilitates the citizenry of the human nation – and disables society’s future leaders. It has replaced human sacrifice and burning people at the stake, the inquisitors and malevolent high priests of old as the means by which the elite cow and intimidiate the populace. Yet it is not as far removed from human sacrifice and inquisitorial torture as appears at first glance, as evinced by the unspeakable barbarity of ECT. It is a barbarity in which government, by virtue of its wilful, negligent tolerance of it, colludes.
10 Facts You May Not Know About Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)
1. FIRST CAME THE PIGS
The “science” behind electroshock as treatment was born out of a slaughterhouse in Rome, Italy. In 1938, Italian psychiatrist Ugo Cerletti saw pigs being electric shocked before slaughter, causing them to convulse and become more docile, thereby making them easier to kill. This inspired Cerletti to try the same “treatment” on humans.
2. A “GOOD KIND OF BRAIN DAMAGE”?
Seventy-nine years after electroshock was invented, psychiatrists admit they still don’t know how it “works.” Numerous theories have been proposed, none of which have found mainstream scientific acceptance. Among the many psychiatric theories is that ECT “caused a good kind of brain damage.”
3. NO LESS BRUTAL THAN IT USED TO BE
Psychiatrists claim that modern ECT is nowhere near as barbaric as the electroshock treatment depicted in the Academy-Award-winning film, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. But the voltage and electrical current of modern ECT is higher than it was during the era of electroshock portrayed in the film, when patients used to break bones due to the violent convulsions produced by the “treatment.”
4. WHAT’S “NEW” IS NOT IMPROVED
The reason patients no longer break bones isn’t because there is less electrical current (modern ECT uses a stronger current), but because muscle relaxants are first administered, making ECT appear less brutal.
The muscle relaxant itself can be highly dangerous, with the most commonly used ECT muscle relaxant documented to cause cardiac arrest, prolonged respiratory muscle paralysis and potentially life-threatening and/or fatal allergic reactions.
5. THE POWER TO HARM
Modern electroshock treatment delivers a pulse of current to the brain that is 7.5 times stronger than electrical fences used to deter bears, which deliver an electric shock to the bear when it touches the charged wires. Yet psychiatrists are currently lobbying to increase the use of ECT on children.
6. THE APA WANTS MORE POWER TO SHOCK KIDS
The American Psychiatric Association (APA) has requested that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which regulates the ECT device, allow them to broaden their use of electroshock on children and adolescents. In a letter to the FDA, the APA states, “Having access to a rapid and effective treatment such as ECT is especially meaningful in children and adolescents….”
7. ALREADY SHOCKING 0-5 YEAR-OLDS
Psychiatrists claim children are “infrequently” electroshocked, but no state or federal agency is documenting how many children are being electroshocked each year. State Medicaid records obtained solely through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests have revealed 16 states are currently electroshocking children, with 5 states shocking children between the ages of 0 and 5 under the guise of “treatment.”
8. COMMON SENSE – DON’T SHOCK KIDS
The World Health Organization’s Resource Book on Mental Health, Human Rights and Legislation states: “There are no indications for the use of ECT on minors, and hence this should be prohibited through legislation.” Four U.S. states and Western Australia have already banned ECT for those up to the ages of 12–16.
9. USED ON PREGNANT WOMEN
Electroshock is also being used on pregnant women, even in the third trimester. While psychiatrists claim this is perfectly safe, a study done by Norwegian researchers found the infant mortality rate was 7.1% following the administration of ECT to pregnant mothers. Documented adverse events of ECT on pregnant women include miscarriage, stillbirth, fetal heart problems and malformations.
10. NO SAFETY OR EFFICACY REQUIRED
The only mode of “regulation” for the use of electroshock in the United States is the FDA (Food and Drug Administration), which regulates the device. The FDA has never required any clinical trials proving safety or efficacy of the treatment. It has simply allowed the device to remain on the market, despite admitting electroshock can cause permanent memory loss, cardiovascular complications, brain damage and death.
We are grateful to the Citizens Commission on Human Rights UK for this information, which was taken from its highly informative Facebook page
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