Saturday, 26 September 2009

Sectioning Political Dissidents.

Henry has just blogged on this change in the law.

Temporary changes to the Mental Health Act, as laid out in an unusually short consultation lasting just one month, would mean it would only take one doctor, rather than two, to have a person sectioned and put on medication without their consent.

The measures could have a serious effect on the thousands of patients with psychiatric issues who currently live outside state care, meaning many could be detained against their will on the word of just one health professional.

As Henry says, you might only have to show paranoia about the swine flu and one doctor would be in a position to section you and have you forcibly vaccinated.




The Express even carries another warning on the vaccine today linking Thiomersal to autism. It was removed from jabs in the US 10 years ago after the issues were raised by the Public Health Service but last night our Department of Health defended the use.


In other words, they couldn't give a shit if you or your family are affected by it. The truth of the matter is, they have paid millions for this poison and rather than throw it away, they want to inject it into you and your children.

2 comments:

  1. "Temporary changes to the Mental Health Act, as laid out in an unusually short consultation lasting just one month, would mean it would only take one doctor, rather than two, to have a person sectioned and put on medication without their consent."

    In other words, medical ethics are just fine until we're really, really too busy to bother with them...

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  2. I think it's disgusting. They tried to section my poor old mum a few years ago. They said her M.E. was psychological.. all it needs is one corrupt, judgemental, "mental" doctor and you can be put in a strait jacket and drugged until you can't speak up for yourself!

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