In London this time, a person who has been for years under the care of "mental health" people flew off the handle. Within hours of his release from a mental health institution, he killed a man, butchered him, then fried the man's brains in butter and ate them. He had been in the institution for a long time as a result of a previous murder.
Soo-o-o, since he killed and ate his friend, they popped him back into the mental institution, where nine weeks later, he killed a fellow inmate in a "medium security" part of the institution.
The take on this by a London Newspaper is that this unbelievable incident was due to "lapses in mental health care". This couldn't be more true, but we think our viewpoint might be a bit different that that of the newspaper. They probably thought the unfortunate fellow needed "more" mental health care. It would be our position that the current medieval mental health practices on this planet make killers like this. It is true, for instance, that this man committed a murder before he was most recently committed to the mental health facility. It is possible, even likely, that he was a victim of mental health even before that. If he had previously been given psychiatric drugs like Prozac or Paxil then he joins a group that is statistically more likely to commit insane acts such as these. However, he was treated at the mental health facility and released at which point he killed his friend and ate him for lunch.
Nothing could be a bigger indictment of the mental health system. They don't help people, they make them worse. They don't have a clue what really constitutes insanity. They don't have any way to determine whether a man or a woman or a child is truly insane. They have no workable technology -- only drugs, and methods Torquemada and the Spanish Inquisition would have loved -- electroshock and brain surgery.
We will only restore sanity and safety on this planet when we end the sham called "mental health" and replace it with real care that recognizes that men are spiritual beings and that mental health is a spiritual matter, not a "chemical imbalance" or a "genetic flaw" or God forbid, a "life style choice". I for one have had enough of this.