Exhibit Warns About Connection of Psychiatric Drugs to Suicide and Violence — Organizers Add Special Reach Out to Military and Veterans

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) of California opened its traveling exhibit, “Psychiatry: An Industry of Death" with a partial display in the state's capitol building on May 22nd. The show is part of CCHR's continuing efforts to warn people about the connection that psychiatric drugs have with increasing rates of suicides and violence, especially among our military and veterans.>> … [Read more...]

Memorial Day: 22 Vets are dying every day. Time for action

This Memorial Day, I am remembering a different kind of soldier entirely--one whose death was completely avoidable. One whose death was engineered. The shocking truth is covered in a feature-length documentary produced by Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR). The situation is stated clearly on the video embedded above and the  CCHR website:In early 2013, the official website of the United States Department of Defense announced the startling statistic that the number of military … [Read more...]

They should not have died

The tragedy of the latest rampage at Fort Hood is but the next in a long array of military violence and suicides.It leaves most of us in a state of confusion, wishing we could do something about it.If you find yourself in that state of mind, there is something you can do.Watch this video, and then take action.  … [Read more...]

Making Sense of the Aurora Masacre

I passed a billboard promoting "The The Dark Knight Rises" and like  millions of others today I thought of the families of the victims of the  Friday Aurora massacre.While media are proposing various ideas to prevent future incidents, the most obvious answer to what drove graduate student James Eagan Holmes to commit this atrocity is stated on the website of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) website and the following video interview of Michael Moore who won the Academy Award for … [Read more...]

Diagnostic & Statistical Manual: Psychiatry’s Deadliest Scam

There was excellent coverage this week on the problem with the Diagnostic & Statistical Manual and the proposed revision, known as DSM V, following a protest at the APA convention in Philadelphia.As described by the Philly Post:This weekend, there’s going to be an Occupy day of protest and rallies in Philadelphia—but not by Occupy Philly. On Saturday, activists will come from all over the country for Occupy the APA, a peaceful day of action to protest the new edition of the D … [Read more...]


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