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psychiatry is used to change people and their behaviors, having been a patient its creepy and kafkaesque, it feels like eugenics how they want to control you, how often mental health professionals just try to keep you running in a circle, and becoming a practitioner is like becoming the supreme patient. I don't know about any of this other stuff you are talking about, i certainly don't see how linking what i said to alcohol being the main behavioral catalyst is accurate. I've never seen the boys from brazil...

i really have no idea what all the experts, the scientists, the cops, the military, really want out of what they do. People frequently develop these weird conspiracy theories and sinister motives, i think more often than not people are just victims of their fate and readily believe that whatever institution they work for has good motives, i think more often people become racist as cops because they have to in order to continue obeying their orders rather than people becoming cops because they think white people are the supreme race.

I'm not particularly scared about the transhumanists or genetic engineering either, but it's pretty scary what they seek to do in the same way that psychiatry is a creepy and scary subject matter. I discovered that practically no psychiatrist actually understands what the drugs they prescribe to people do and that overall they aren't any safer than illegal drugs, with the exception that so many street drugs have fentanyl mixed into it which is incredibly dangerous...but every single psychiatric drug has lots of side effects and I never found them to be very helpful. They should just stop trying so hard to control people...that's kinda a rough take because so many people in the US look to psychologists to keep their violent children and crazed kids from hurting people but in the end the field of mental health service is just this mill that everyone benefits by using it in a limited fashion and then just disregarding entirely, it's psuedo science, the only thing it really has going for it is therapy and a hope for the future. A few might need the drugs but I have not seen any shining examples of recovery, it seems to only be capable of curtailing some of the scariest symptoms of sanity...