Thursday, March 12, 2009
Now this is what I like to see.
Corrupt practitioners of healthcare being hauled before a judge; ahhhh, the sweetness of it!
Throughout the course of my publishing data associated with my ongoing efforts, I have been very clear in stating that the psychological wing of the investigative pool has had to fabricate supposed aspects of my behavior so as to allow me to neatly fit within the "profile" they wish to utilize in closing the investigation.
This is to say, for the sake of an investigative outcome that suits their personal preferences, an end which it could be said would either support or advance their personal careers ... the "scientific" folk running the behavioral science end of the investigation absolutely *NEED* me to exhibit certain sorts of questionable behavior.
In layman's terms, this could be called possessing a quality of being "iatrogenic," not a very common word but nevertheless a real one ...
The definition of iatrogenic: " iatrogenic: inadvertently caused by the diagnosis or treatment of a physician; or an erroneous diagnosis knowingly applied to an otherwise non-afflicted patient "
This simply means, any disorder, be it of mental or physical diagnosis, which is caused by, created by (either literally or fictitiously) by the health care provider/doctor.
Happens all the time, ya'll.
Houston was a host to one of the most famous cases of such barbarism created by one "Judith A. Peterson " at the infamous Spring Shadows Glen treatment center.
This particular whacko convinced a bunch of folks that they were victims of childhood abuse at the hands of a "satanic cult," ... all for her own personal gain and to prolong the stay (and therefore insurance payments) of the patients involved. Said patients went on to sue the fuck out of the whacko "doctor" but I believe she still practices.
Also, the likes of relatively (in comparison) minor abuses as cited in the opening of this post are more common than most folks expect.
But I would lean towards thinking that the most damaging, the most heinous of such iatrogenic actions committed by those "sworn to do no harm," would have to be those cases which directly impact and cast doubt on the functioning of a person's mind.
Once a person's mind is officially considered compromised ... then any further discrediting of any given personal efforts on a person's part becomes quite unnecessary as "he can't think straight anyway!," ... or ... "He's on all those meds and you know what they've said in the way of diagnosis, so ... who should we believe?"
As discussed in jbhfile.com ... my early efforts to prove an investigation of myself did nothing more than give those behind the investigation a very neat opportunity to discredit my efforts by claiming I was simply going bonkers, mentally ill, paranoid, etc.
Since I had made some pretty damning claims regarding certain of the investigation's tactics (covert overdosing on PCP, planting of evidence, spreading of rumors, out right set-ups), it was paramount then (and probably still) that the investigation never be publically revealed.
So they really hit the ground running with this "mental illness" angle some seven or eight years ago when I first began speaking out about what I was witnessing around me (albiet, a bit hysterically and in an unfocused manner).
My mentioned terror/hysteria did nothing but fuel the ongoing attempt to have me committed as a ward of the state, this ultimate goal being pushed very hard on my immediate family members by persons close to us who (at the time) worked for federal and local law enforcement entities.
I only turned the tide on the mental illness assault by taking a few steps back, refusing any and all further discussion of my ongoing events with psychiatric professionals (bad idea!) and especially by absolutely refusing psychoactive treatment via medications (even worse idea!).
That is also when I began deliberately and carefully publishing my story online at www.jbhfile.com and here at this blog ...
So I was not too sure how many of you out there had heard of the term, "iatrogenic." But I thought it would be a decent thing to mention here and the posted article, above is what got me going.
The creation of an illness by the party supposedly diagnosing the illness. Generally, for the benefit of said party.
Pretty gruesome stuff ...
this post is intended to be supplemental to the facts made public in my main website, http://www.jbhfile.com/; it probably will not make much sense to you if you have not already made yourself aware of the legal and personal efforts discussed in that site. please see http://www.jbhfile.com/ for a necessary introduction into why this blog exists. or, if you just like reading weird stuff, then don't. and, enjoy.