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Re: Edge of insanity: for real

The church has a morbid interest in the soon to be deceased. The jackals operations manual bears a similar profile.

Re: Edge of insanity: for real

Yesterday I lodged a complaint with the Mental Health Wellbeing Commission about my 'treatment' at the beginning of this year.

 

The feedback will be a simile of: you were under surveillance 24/7. You stepped out of line in one mad minute. We -the MIC- are concerned deeply about your mind, therefore you thoroughly deserve the cruel treatment we have meted out to you in your hour of need. Don't blame us.

Signed anonymous: in the name of the State.

Re: Edge of insanity: for real

When I was in the skool yard for Christmas the stalking Psychiatrists wrote a report that I wasn't getting on well with the other kids.

(A sentence containing expletives here), for fun sake.

Then when I was heavily extracted to the industrial ward system, this report was used to condem me.

We have to get with the idea that the kids weren't snitching to the headmaster, or they're conduits.

We also have to accept the idea that there is no way an institutional conspiracy against any individual in this country can exist.

Impossible,nyet,no way, never, outlandish, delusional, defamatory.

 

Undetectable.

Re: Edge of insanity: for real

Good morning @Stout 

 

While I hear the distress this time caused you, I can't help but note your skills as a writer.

 

I remember you mentioning that you enjoy writing and I'm curious as to what other topics you enjoy exploring in your writing?

Re: Edge of insanity: for real

Hi @Ru-bee , I'm pleased you like my skillset. It took years to hone. Every essay was a C.

 

I didn't know I had an artistic flare for paintwork either. When I tried that it took me ten years to get good at it. I started of tagging.

This doesntt have architecture, doesn't have a plan, and doesn't have a use by date.

To inject some fun into it, I ran allover the place finding meaning to a boring time.

One day I might do a national collage of my work and put it on public display.

I just wish I could make better use of my writing skills, like all the other adults in the room.

 

Re: Edge of insanity: for real

It's fantastic to hear how you nurtured both of these skills @Stout 

 

So many people feel that creative endeavors like writing and drawing or painting are something you're born with, but really they're skills that get better with time and practice.

 

Doing a collage of your work sounds like an awesome goal to have

Re: Edge of insanity: for real

Ya know, I'm very concerned.

It is concerning that the mental health industry is somewhat tyrannical. It is certainly brutal and cold, and a danger to afflicted people, and probably lethal on occassion.

It would be good to get an expose from other people.

We are heading into tough economic times, and I worry.

I am well aquainted with the pathology of abstract thinkers and deceitful brutes. In thier various forms. We cannot into the future allow this pervasive pathology hold sway over beautiful but vulnerable souls. The MHI should be kept In check and sternly restrained by state governments and the Australian Federal government. Otherwise I predict rampant human consumption in the sector in the next decade. The balll is already rolling.

Unless governments recognise situations like the absolute power an entity (Psychiatrists) have over a subject held in bind we will very soon have an existential human crisis.

I'm not kidding, we on the register are prone to a crisis of pathological exploitation.

Me, I want to remain free of the clutches and entrapment.

I think each of us has a duty of care to self. To withdraw from the MIC where we can, and limit interaction where we must.

 

Yours seriously, Stout.

Re: Edge of insanity: for real

During this ten years war on me, I could have died dozens of times. And it would have appeared as nothing. A statistic with no footnotes.

Recorded here is a tiny sample of what went on. Keep in mind I am recluse. Certain people don't want us to know that this society is permeated with savages.

Uniform or no uniform.

Re: Edge of insanity: for real

And common costumes, and common apparel, and commoners, it makes no difference.

It's all about sharp end pathos.

Re: Edge of insanity: for real

I'd just like to give a shoutout to the jackals whom report that noone is trying to end me.

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