As I write this one of our members has been forcefully injected with a powerful, atypical, dangerous, neuroleptic and feels blackmailed into taking it in tablet form.

When people have a strong religious faith they can be perceived as having so-called ‘ mental health’ problems. When they want to live their lives contrary to the popular cultural opinion they can be perceived as being in need of violent toxic ‘help’. When people find themselves in handcuffs without committing any crime is it any wonder that their first reaction is to feel very angry? Often beforehand they have been in a similar position. They feel they can be violated in body, mind and spirit and stalked for the rest of their lives. Violence begets violence!

Any system that believes in violence is not a healing system! It is not an understanding system! It promotes the vices that it feigns to remedy.

While this system is the dominant system or often the only system for people who are abused by society at large then why not leave those who want to live and be different alone?

If you want to respect others and prevent more harm then you will want to let people be themselves!

“”When a man is denied the right to live the life he believes in, he has no choice but to become an outlaw.” – Nelson Mandela

“Life without liberty is like a body without spirit.” – Kahlil Gibran

“No, anger is not ‘nice,’ but it’s real, it comes from the gut, and not to be angry at being shit upon is being dead — which is exactly what shrinks and their kind want us all to become. That’s why they lock us up, drug us, cut into our brains with electricity and with knives if they possibly can. . .” Judi Chamberlin

While some innocent people are held captive, no person is free. Mary Maddock

4 Responses

  1. Hullo Mary Itis nice to see you are still campaighiñg
    against psychiatry. Hope things are happy for you
    I have more or less retired but will help where I can I have been compensated by the ministry of Health with some money and an apology for abuse in my youth by psychiatry so that was great
    Lots of love

  2. Hi Mary,
    hope you are keeping well. It’s Joanne here from Kerry-I met with you back in 2008/9. You were such a tremendous help at that time -thank you so very much again.
    I would like to get your advice on something I am presently going through. If you are retired that is no problem.
    If you can help me I would really appreciate it. My mobile number is 087-6028602. You can contact me also on
    Thanking you in advance,

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