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The Psychotic Holocaust is characterized by the fact that mental illness “exists”, by reasons given by Dr. Ronald Laing, and at the same time it does NOT exist, because mental illness is a myth, as Dr. Thomas Szasz said.

The reasons are that normality is not normal, that people want illusions, as Gustav Le Bon wrote, and that people prefer self-destruction when they can not and do not want to play the game of life anymore, under terror and pressure, as Bruno Bettelheim wrote. Link Gustav Le Bon

Using tools of social engineering (made by the para masonic Tavistock Institute and allies) and the power of imagination, by means of standards, of imposed rules of the game, people unlearn much interpersonal conflict management and language, and increase their suffering and unprocessed problems. As a result, their inability to express this in conventional language (words – verbal / written) increases and they express themselves through icons and signs of the body (hysteria, depression, burnout, all not biological, but metaphorical). Link Tavistock Insitute

The social changes are happening so fast that someone is just copying – responding to submission. There is less spontaneity, more uncertainty. The mass reacts only after what others recommend. No autonomy, uncritical adoption in society. The faster the change.

If extremely turbulent and destructive communication takes place, in groups, families, schools, at work, then the victims / users are more like to develop schiophrenia. But this schizophrenia is only a survival strategy according to Laing, and only behavior and not an illness according to Szasz. More below.

Mechanization, digitization, automation. All code words, in order to disguise that the person becomes the machine by means of work. This transition has its side effects on human behavior. For example, “Burnout” – not a real diagnosis, just another pseudo word or metaphor to punish the victims for their rebellion again, and turn them into patients. And then maybe after that into a machine.

Bruno Bettelheim witnessed and wrote the following observations from his internment in two  german death camps: No one risks his life for small restrictions, even if the state makes one small restriction after another. But when do we say: to here and not further. Soon, all of these restrictions have consumed so much of our courage that we can no longer do anything. And then we voluntarily go to the gas chambers. That is what he witnessed. I think so too.

Destruction by work was one credo at Auschwitz. Today the self is destroyed and rebuilt by work. We do work machine-like.
Not only the manufactured goods are goods, but also the manufacturer, the human. If they are no longer useful (ieveryone is replaceable), they are disposed of.

When the SS murdered someone, they said, “FERTIG MACHEN.” Originally from manufacturing factories, it was the last “production” step. And this term was then used in death camps. The word “PROCESS” itself is similar and used everywhere today.

I say, circumstances require adaptation. That’s a saying I throw in here. If I ask any person what is important in life, comes in response: “Happiness, health, etc …”
That someone wishes as much misfortune, is certainly rare. So everyone wants the “same” – just the way it is, it’s different. One wants it through family, the other through meaningful activities, or wealth. Or everything together.
Now about dying, what comes in answer? “Peaceful, painless, quick, dignified …”
Also like everything in combination.
Here it is not that a man prefers drowning. Painful dying as desire, is certainly rare. It should always be fast, peaceful, painless. So again: the same.
If everything is to be the same, it can be expressed as a standard. Can also be automated. Being institutionalized can be the only option (easy).
A standard can be expressed automatically, by laws, specifications, procedures. What happens when a standard shapes reality? If “all the same” has become a goal? If everyone wants the same, then reality has to move, right? So mechanized. There was a standard 70 years ago in Germany, but against the will of the people, and also not peaceful, not painless, cruel and murderous, beyond the imagination – but just standardized. Mechanically. For all. It would have been extended to everyone, to anyone who has their own thoughts. These developments are typical of the mass state, writes Bettelheim in “The Informed Heart”. That was my brief drift into the past, a much-used analogy.

Biologically, some things used to start earlier, like cancer: One hundred years ago, thyroid cancer worldwide spontaneous rate 1 – 2 to 1 million, and today “normal”, everyday life. Also, I do not think that we are primarily become older, but more mortal, due to the accumulation of errors in the gene pool of the population (see works of the geneticist Herman J Muller). But we can not simply “catch” illnesses and mutations through more hospitals or get rid of them through better medical care – we just brake, we mean – or better accompany any trend: https://tekknorg.wordpress.com/2015/10/14/three-nobel-prize-winners-calculated-the-genetic-damage-of-nuclear-energy/

These circumstances turn into turbulence. For example, social turbulence, as Trist and Emery wrote (Tavistock / Choice of Futures, Futures we are in) expressed, to which we must respond. http://www.larouchepub.com/eiw/public/1996/eirv23n03-19960112/eirv23n03-19960112_023-the_tavistock_roots_of_the_aquar.pdf

The parents are suddenly gone, the system is increasingly burdened, etc … I know many (as in the meantime everyone!), whose parents, siblings, friends, were eradicated by cancer & Co. I think that’s a drastic but proven word. This cellular war is often romanticized or obscured by neologisms (ballroom dancing for dementia is good, but not all). These are attempts to tackle the social turmoil of how a child convinces himself by means of a game that the divorced parents still like each other. Often the nursing home is canceled because of the rapid course of the disease, and after the home comes only the hospice or the hospital.
There is then institutionalized death.
That’s THE common standard. And it is getting more and more.
Because: Like birth, which is like an operation, performed in the hospital – so begins and ends life.
But what is in between?
What is that “growin pool of dying power” (loose quotation Kafka), which grows there?
I would like to express this in an analogy of mechanization:
The parents put their children at 60 ° in full-time washing machines – so-called Kindergardens, and pick them up in the evening to sleep.
Later, these children then put their parents in full-time care machines, but for 24 hours, where they then die. That’s a rough summary.
An answer to the question of dying, of this society, can logically contain only “institution” and “standard”. Because the comparison is missing for ever larger sections of the population. For social and economic reasons.
As Bradbury’s firefighter boss Beatty in Fahrenheit 451 said, all that’s left is the lowest common denominator, or better said, from the majority’s cross sum, the alternative just does not exist – in real, in thought. A standard. It is just a model of thinking, at best. But it is not real. Imagination created by words are the magic.

“Self-determined dying” – but are we still self determined to live?

Last year I was in London two times. I heard that people with an organ donor card get paid for their funeral. A tempting offer, and morally so impeccable. A social law, not a law of nature. Who does not stick to it might be stigmatized by the public. Or, at some point, disposed of. And here too it is advertised to become an organ donor. Something good, but somehow with a taste.
At some point, people may no longer “just die” because they are not covered by the ominous standard – Newspeak: “Dying” – so without booking, without consideration, otherwise no burial, or “disposal”.
And that works! In a mix of Futurama and Soylent Green, a Dutch doctor on EXIT INTERNATIONAL’s website presents his 3D printer version of a one man / woman deathbed. Without any medical know-how or personnel: boarding, dying. It’s that easy.  https://exitinternational.net/suicide-machine-harnesses-3d-printing-technology/

If solutions are offered in large numbers, for the masses of sick people, then these are taken. They are also a cost-cutting product because the alternative does not exist or is out of reach: Novartis genetic leukemia cure in the US costs $ 475,000. That’s the other solution. Because the normal looks like this: Medicare accompaniment as long as it makes sense, and hope that it creates health for the child, but as a precaution, make a cost estimate for a child coffin. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-novartis-fda-price/profit-on-475000-novartis-cancer-drug-could-be-a-while-coming-idUSKCN1BB2EA

And standard is what suggests a gentle, painless, peaceful dying. Available to the mass, and thus emitting strength, but only in the imagination. If standard A is achievable, peaceful demise (there is also the term peaceful murder), then it no longer needs the causal cure – the Plan B, because the people / victims, have already accepted the “new ethics”. Mass, strength, standard. Therefore, ethics commissions were formed, as gentle compulsion, pacification of the masses, protection. And “profiling addiction”.

Ronald Laing wrote, the others have installed themselves in our “hearts,” and we call them the “ours.” The result of this is that nobody is himself, neither to himself nor to others, as they are not themselves to themselves, or towards others. And the other does not recognize himself in the other, and the other is not in himself. A double absence hunted down by the murdered self. No wonder that modern man is addicted to other people, and the more addicted, the less satisfied, and the more lonely. Another downward spiral is created, another vicious cycle. The reason for gatherings, parties, concerts.

Dr Ronald Laing

And Bettelheim wrote, this generation of controlled people will be needed until the new generation arrives. It was hoped that these new generations would not require compromise, not even the smallest, even among the most loyal members. But a total state, in which everyone is fed up and clean, creates living corpses that only know how they die but not how to live. But then state and subjects collapse. I don’t think so.
The only chance that such conformity exists is when people voluntarily surrender themselves to control. And what is happening everwhere, with all the control, the chips, face cams, and mobilphones?

Link Bruno Bettelheim

Szasz wrote, photographs and maps only represent “real” things. Counterfeit money only apes real money, and there are situations where it is considered as real money. The context of a message forms the integral part of the total communication package.
At the theater, it’s clear that people on the stage are using counterfeit money as a real money for acting. In everyday life, counterfeit dealers pass on counterfeit money – only the two know. The others who receive it, and continue to give it, do not know it. These believe that it is real money, even they pass only the imitation.

Our violent communication and our disturbed coexistence mean that we can express this dilemma nowhere, and therefore resort to prototype language: we no longer use words, but we use behavior. Extremely problematic behavior, which others find disturbing. Only one standard is allowed. Coexistence also shapes biochemistry in the brain. Both create the impression that people are “mentally ill” but they are not. They use only a survival strategy.

This impression is further reinforced by therapy and drugs, thanks to the pseudoscience called “psychiatry”. These people are made victims, and sometimes they behave extra this way, and then they are  disposed of, because they “Illness” is not curable.

This whole dilemma is created by our mind, which is our biggest drug. The system fools itself.

Perhaps all is based on a mismatch because “nothing else is realizable” or accepted / paid, and it does not mean that the state in which we  live and die is “right.” We may live and die in a completely false construct that has somehow and eventually assumed the appearance of reality.

If experiences are obtained from outside, through books, games, media, life becomes fragmentary. It has nothing more intrinsic. Mass production allows everyone to buy the same as others. Instead of the house / apartment representing our innermost, we show everything to the outside. Everything is displayed, copied, observed.

Much human behavior can be seen as one-sided or two-way attempts to wipe out experience.

Human beings have an inexhaustible source of self-delusion. Simply by selling your own lies as truth to yourself. Through this mystification (of experience) we attain adaptation and socialization to an absurd external world.

It is no longer about terminal illnesses, about dying, but about incurable diseases. And that can be absolutely all diseases. In Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands, people have long been euthanized – if they are incurable but not dying. So what’s the next step?

When someone behaves problematically and does not follow social rules, stigmatization is often used as diagnosis, along with the ritual and institutional ceremony of degradation (“patient careers”) and drug delivery by pharmacoi -aetiologically “scapegoats”. I think euthanasia is an evolution of the whole.

In 1955, the father of modern genetics (HJ Muller) wanted to give a lecture in Geneva (blocked by the NRC), it’s explosive content: Due to the current accumulation of damage in the DNA pool of the population, so-called debtor generations will emerge in 200 to 300 years.
And this reserve army of history’s laborers will only work for one thing: to receive funds, alleviate their suffering, and / or prolong their lives bit by bit. You and I have long been forgotten, these generations will consider it normal either to get updates for their “lives” or to put the whole thing to a standardized end.

Schizoprenia wich translates into “schizo” and “Phrenos” – and means “broken heart” or “broken mind” – is a normal product of this mad normality, we live in. A form of healing. In the future being angry or being sad will be as bad and mad as today the non existent “mental illness”, and a reason to depend on drugs that take away these feelings, or to end ones life.

In the Hitler mass state the people were not even allowed to kill themselves in the death camps. Even killing oneself was alienated, and failed suicide attempts were punished, as Bettelheim witnessed and wrote. We’re capable of doing that, we’ve done that before, and the baker, teacher, mother around the corner had´once accepted it.

Bettelheim wrote: Children always want a beginning, a middle part, an ending, and one who explains everything afterwards. I think we as adults want that too. Infantilization goal is depersonalization, and total adaptation. This creates a split in the personality: the one who receives the punishment is the same as the one who observes it.

Laing wrote that from the moment of birth, when the Stone Age baby faces the mother of the twentieth century, the baby is subjected to this power of violence: the love whose victims have already been his mother and father, and their parents and their parents before them. This power is above all to destroy most of their possibilities. The company is on the whole successful. When the new human is fifteen or so old, we stop, with a being like ourselves: a half crazy creature, more or less attuned to an insane world. That is normality in our present age.

Any deviation from this madness is considered “crazy” and must be treated and treated. This is one of the main parts of the Psychotic Holocaust.

Thomas Szasz found out about the metaphorical meaning of Psychiatry and it’s invented mental illnesses: Psychiatric metaphors play the same role in therapeutic societies as religious metaphors play in theological societies. Mohammedans believe that God must be worshiped on Friday, Jews on Saturday, Christians on Sunday. The various versions of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual are based on the same consensus. How does unwanted behavior become a disease? Gambling addiction becomes a disease through the legislative power of APA.
Faith in the reality of the psychiatric function, such as “mental illness”, can not be invalidated by logical arguments, nor is it the belief in the reality of a religious fiction, such as “afterlife”.
Religion is the denial of the human founding of meaning and of life, and this authentic denial causes persons who seek meaning according to neo-mythological reasons, and those who reject the reality of death, and theologize life, leave their administration to clerical professionals.
Likewise, psychiatry is the denial of the reality of free will and the tragic nature of life; Authentic denial allows individuals to seek neuro-mythological explanations of human otherness, subordinating the inevitability of personal responsibility to medical life, and leaving their management to health professionals.

Illness can only affect the body, so there is no mental or psychological illness.
Mental / mental illness is a metaphor.
The mind can only be ill, like a sick joke, or a sick economy.
Psychiatric diagnoses are stigmas that look like medical diagnoses.
Psychiatric diagnoses are attached to persons whose behavior disturbs, annoys, threatens others.
Those who suffer or complain about their behavior are called neurotic.
Those who make others suffer, and who others complain about, are called psychotic.
Mental / mental illness is not something that a person has, but is something that a person does.
If there is no mental illness, there is no hospitalization, no treatment, no cure for it.
People change their behavior or personality, with or without psychiatric intervention. This intervention is called treatment, and the change, if it goes in a direction that society finds good, is called healing.

But being crazy does not necessarily mean being sick. In our culture, both terms are only confused or mixed. When a person is supposed to be crazy, they are automatically sick (whatever that means, “sick”).
The introduction of psychiatric considerations into the administration of criminal law, such as insanity or insanity, corrupts the law, making the subject a victim for whom the persons are hired.
Personal belief always follows rules. Strategic and meaningful. Interpersonal and social relationships can be viewed and analyzed as games, the behavior of the players as tactics and rules of the game.

The cry of the infant causes the parents to caring act. The metaphorical cry of the adult (myth of mental illness) – as symptom in the expression – in verbal or non verbal language (body icon), which mimics illness, mobilizes the physician to the therapeutic act. The doctor has to take care of the patient because he is sick and helpless. The doctor apes the parenting.

In the seventeenth century, the state transferred to psychiatrists the roles of depriving people. Now physicians have the right to kill people, euphemistically called “medically assisted suicide.”
Religion is not the opium of the people, but the human mind, says Szasz.
Religion and psychiatry are both products of our own minds. The mind is self opiate, and the ultimate drug is the word, Szasz added.

Human behavior is moral behavior. Describing and changing this without colliding with ethical values is doomed to failure.

Psychiatry is defined as studying, diagnosing, and treating mental / psychological illnesses. This is a worthless and misleading definition. In practice psychiatry deals with personal, social and ethical life problems.

And now it does even more: Psychiatrists assist with kills: People ask Psychiatrists to end their life, for example in the Netherlands: https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-health-psychiatry-euthanasia/study-finds-concerning-trends-among-dutch-assisted-suicide-cases-idUSKCN0VJ2K0

reasons are depression, eating disorders, autism, etc… all uncurale, but not terminal. And depression is according to Thomas Szasz not even a disease.

Suffering is not automatically a disease, it can be a result of being different, another kind of “normal” and the social environment causing this suffering, or because the sufferer has not learnt to play the social games well:

Piaget traces back rules and play behavior, to early childhood and egocentrism, imitation, and heteronomy / heteronomy, imitation, and heterenomy, to the adult stage of cooperation, the rational consequences of rules, and autonomy.
Piaget distinguishes four different phases of the rule application and the awareness of the rules:
Earliest phase: Non-speaking child automatically imitates certain behavior that others observe. These are the engine rules that will later become habits. The rules are not creative because they are motor (the beginning of egocentricity) because they are conserved (unconsciously), and rather as interesting examples rather than realities.
Second phase: After the second year of life: The child receives coded rules from the outside. Playing is only egocentric, the child playfully creates the presence of others who are not really there. But not with others. This is a mixture of imitation of others, with idiosyncratic use of the examples obtained. For example, everyone can win at the same time. At the age of five, rules are considered sacred and unchangeable. Such rules are structured. Each rule is considered eternal, and if it is changed by the parent, it is transgressing for the child. This level usually ends at the age of seven or eight.
Third phase: starting cooperation. Children engage themselves with he question of mutual control, and the union of rules. The game remains idiosyncratic. When children are asked about the rules in this game, they give totally contradictory information. (MmB?) Child learns that the rules arise from the consent. They obey because they belong to loyalty to the group or to the game. Unwanted rules can be changed. (So ​​create childish behavior through stress, so that adult MA is like child, and rules do not change.) / End Notes Szasz continues: Such a behavior is expected of adult adults, in a free society.Such a person should know the rules This contradicts the rules of a theoretic society in which it is believed that the rules are god-made.
Fourth phase: between eleven and twelve years: codification of rules. The rules are now understood. A high consensus among children about what they are, arises. The rules of the game are now more expressed, public and conventional (spoken or written word).
The ability to choose between biological form and social rules depends to a degree on intellectual and moral development. This makes it easy to understand why, when growing up, children are in doubt about the rationality of biblical rules. Much of what is attributed to adolescent rebellion can be attached to the fact that children have enough sense to regard biblical, parental, and social concerns as rules. The biblical rules are often biologically and socially indifferent, or deliberately confusing.

Szasz writes, Medication of interpersonal conflicts is what happens. We must never forget that the state is an institution of coercion, and has the monopoly of violence, for good and ill. The more the state empowers physicians, the more physicians will strengthen the state (by authenticating political attitudes as health values), and the more the state will influence the individual, termed “therapeutic intervention.” If that’s the kind of society we want, then we should get it because we deserve it.

The Psychotic Holocaust does only exist in the mind, not as a real thing, because the mind is not a real thing and so is not mental illness. But both do exist, in the inner world in the imagination and thus shape the people and the normality we create.

Laing: Our species is probably biologically malfunctioning, and the schizophrenic alienation from the alienation of society may have a sociobiological function that we have not yet discovered

I wish an awake year 2018,

Jan Hemmer

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