There the truth about "allopathic psychiatry".
Better to know this info and isolate yourself
from psychiatry and psychology that lead to ward
and allopathic-drugs; isolate yourself from them
and their supporters even if those ppl were close to you.
Site like this - is wealth of internet,
don't experience psychiatry in your real life,
don't test or check on yourself,
it's already proved scam
that will abuse you and check on you staff
that historically were equal to war prisoners torturing.
This site exposes the evils of pharmaceuticals, the exact opposite of what Scientology is. It has no phishing, spying, malware, or spam. It is, however, spied on by Scientologists so do not order anything like the Free Information Kit. The videos are informative, but be aware that they are on a very extreme spectrum full of bias.Overall, it is an informative site that may have ulterior motives. Just think for yourself.
A website containing questionable and, at times, patently false claims. It is founded and funded by the Church of Scientology. As far as I'm concerned, this is just another delusional site spreading disinformation and lies to push their pseudoscientific cult agenda.
The site is technically safe, but I would consider the content to be malicious and harmful.
Stupidity, ignorance and viciousness. What a delightful combination.These people have all the scientific knowledge, sense of proportion and respect for the truth as an Australian anti-vaccine activist.Frankly evil.
Furthermore, CCHR labels trafficked victims as violent, and further assists in marketing harder drugs.
In that police were doing the drug trafficking and forcing people into wards, there you have CCHR, which would have been effective without pharma infiltrators and dirty cops.
Drug making is hazardous to your health, as is being a psychiatrist.
Mental illness does not exist, which is why there are not "cures".
Psychiatry is dangerous and fraudulent, and in that the trafficking had been enforced by police, it is forced teratogening the human species and potentially others.
Every single person put on an antidepressant is innocent and non-violent. CCHR editors should be publically shamed. Yes, we are all anti-drug and anti-psychiatry.
Furthermore, there are millions of ex-military, and supposedly 20,000 or so psychiatrists... Guns are the problem, psychiatry is an offshoot and cover-up.
Exposes the crimes of the pseudoscience of psychiatry.
Now, I know people have varied opinions on Scientology (Despite being nothing particularly wrong with it), but this site's rating shouldn't be red merely because of their affiliations with.
speaks the truth about psychology and psychotropic medications. People demonize this group simply because they are involved in exoposing the truth about the psychiatry industry. PERIOD!
Name one thing that scientology promoted that is hateful or verifibly fraudulent. Yeah, you can't and it's obvious why. you're most likely involved in some way with the psych or drug profession.
I do not like Scientology, however I agree with what they say about the pseudo-science of psychiatry. So many people are suffering due to the medications those charlatans prescribe to them.
In 2012 I felt moody so I went to see a psychiatrist. After talking to him for only 15 minutes he prescribed to me an anti-psychotic and an IMAO antidepressant. He also established a diagnosis of bi-polar disorder. A year later I had a major depression episode and a unbearable anxiety. When I tried to get off the meds I was so unwell that I tried to commit suicide.
This is another fraudulent site that pretends to be medical- when in reality it is the sicko Scientologists telling people that medicine is evil.
Now I do happen to agree that much of psychiatry and meds don't work- or always as they claim. However, this site's claims are beyond the pail. These folks also believe that psychiatrists are secretly controlled by alien entities called "Marcabs"
If that isn't batshit crazy then what is?
I've come to the point where I do NOT trust WOT ratings in the least. This is not the first time that I've found that educational sites, especially, related to medical information, have been marked down for no real reason other than there are those that have a political agenda to silence whistle blowing or information that the public should know. Underhanded tactics. Wouldn't be a bit surprised if big pharma's got some on the payroll marking the site down. Shame on all of you.
The site isn't in itself harmful, although if people who desperately need psychiatry re swayed to abandon it because of this website, that's bad. There are some legitimate psychiatric abuses presented, however.
Upon further research I found this: "Scientology organization dedicated to exposing and eradicating criminal acts and human rights abuses by psychiatry." This site peddles misinformation from a group being charged as a criminal organization in Belgium.
I think the site is safe in the real sense of what WOT is about. THE SITE ITSELF. As in, will it hurt your computer, steal your information, that kind of thing.
As to the content, well, that's not really what WOT is for, unless it's to prevent a site from harming others, like hate speech, right?
I don't think it's a site I'd recommend for best site of the year, but merely because it has objectionable, backward or distorted views on it, that doesn't make it a "bad site."
About this site
Learn About CCHR, Which Exposes Human Rights Violations in the Field of Mental Health. Visit the Psychiatry: An Industry of Death Museum in Hollywood, CA.