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The Scientology "Plan To Take Down Psychiatry." - "Records on Earth Psychiatrists."

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by CommunicatorIC, Feb 8, 2016.

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  2. DeathHamster Member

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  4. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    We should join the fun and fill out those forms too! More data for the states medical dislinary boards to examine. They just love bogus complaints.
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  5. What a great idea!!!!!
  6. The Internet Member

    Or maybe we could ask the FBI if this coordinated effort to destroy an important part of our medical infrastructure is an illegal conspiracy of some sort.
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  7. The Wrong Guy Member

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  8. GibbousWaxing Member

    If the Psychs are invaders from planet Farsec, simply taking away their government-issued licences to practise won't stop them being evil Psychs. I mean, most of them don't even have tax-exempt status as it is, a!nd that hasn't slowed them down!

    What we need to do is petition NASA to send a rocket ship to Farsec and take out their stronghold once and for all!
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  9. The Wrong Guy Member

    XENU VICTORIOUS: Scientology bamboozles USA Today to help it fight the ‘evil psychs’

    By Tony Ortega, April 7, 2017

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    [Ken] Kramer’s role as a private investigator is to track down records of psychiatrists who have been disciplined or jailed. He runs a website, psychsearch.net, where you can report your local “psych,” and where Kramer posts news of psychiatrists behaving badly. Last year, he posted stories about approximately 90 psychiatrists around the world who had been convicted of everything from alcohol abuse to fraud to sexual assault and even to murder.

    If that sounds like a lot, it might be important to keep in mind that there are about 50,000 psychiatrists working just in the United States, which has been described as a severe shortage in recent studies. (Also, in that earlier story, we noted that Ken had some pretty interesting ideas about what ails the psychiatric profession.)

    Anyway, the last time we wrote about Kramer, we had sent him a message asking about his announcement to expand his database into Canada. But now, he’s celebrating a new victory.

    On March 13 — which just happened to be the birthday of L. Ron Hubbard — Kramer managed to place an article at USA Today!

    Identifying Kramer as a columnist, the piece was about what a good thing public government records are. And we agree! We couldn’t do our job otherwise. We completely agree with the sentiment of Ken’s column, that it’s crucial to our democracy that citizens can get their hands on documents in the government’s possession.

    And Ken was super smooth. In his entire column, this was his only reference to his usual hobby horse: “You can find out if a psychiatrist was ever disciplined for sexual misconduct, substance abuse or has a record of overdrugging children.”

    So we sent him a message because we wanted to know, does this mean that he’s going to be writing regularly for USA Today? And will he be using that position to write more openly about his passion for the psychiatric profession, and his connection to the Church of Scientology?

    We’ll let you know if he gets back to us. But for now, we have to hand it to Ken. He really scored one for Xenu’s team this time. We sense a Freedom Medal in his future.

    More at http://tonyortega.org/2017/04/07/xe...s-usa-today-to-help-it-fight-the-evil-psyhcs/
  10. Missfit Member

    I'm really loving the phrase "phychiatrized", can't wait to use it at the next APA conference.
  11. The Wrong Guy Member

    Scientology front group claims it fed an anti-psychiatry story to the L.A. Times

    By Tony Ortega, The Underground Bunker, July 12, 2019

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    We’ve told you about Kenneth Kramer before. He’s a Scientologist and private investigator who operates PsychSearch.net, part of Scientology’s “psych busting” activities aimed at utterly destroying the psychiatric profession so it can be replaced by L. Ron Hubbard’s mental health ideas.

    Of course, even though church leader David Miscavige has boasted that Scientology has “booby-trapped” psychiatry so that it can be completely wiped out, in truth the mental health industry is huge, Scientology is tiny, and it has little effect.

    But that doesn’t keep operators like Kramer from claiming that they’re making an impact on the “evil psychs” on behalf of Hubbardism. What Kramer does is gather information about psychiatrists who are disciplined for various reasons — every industry has its bad actors, after all — and pretends that he’s somehow damaging the entire field by cataloging and publicizing those individual cases of wrongdoing.

    And now Kramer is crowing, claiming that his research into a psychiatrist giving up his license for ethical lapses led directly to a Los Angeles Times article. Here he is boasting about it on Facebook:

    Continued at https://tonyortega.org/2019/07/12/s...fed-an-anti-psychiatry-story-to-the-la-times/

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