Immorality, Violence, Crime, &
the Decline of "Modern" Society
What Do Psychiatry and Psychology Have to do With These Things?
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|The following books examine
and cite modern psychiatric and psychological practices as the primary
cause of today's increase in violence, immorality, and crime. This is because
these fields both assert that concepts of morality and moral codes (i.e.
clear statements of right and wrong behavior) are outdated, unnecessary
and even detrimental to human beings! In 1945, psychiatrist G. Brock Chisholm
"The re-interpretation and eventually
eradication of the concept of right and wrong which has been the basis
of child training, the substitution of intelligent and rational thinking
for faith in the certainties of the old people, these are the belated objectives
of practically all effective psychotherapy."
"The fact is, that most psychiatrists
and psychologists and other respectable people have escaped from these
moral chains and are able to observe and think freely."
Philosophically, the theories of modern psychology
and psychiatry admittedly choose to disregard and erase any concept of
right and wrong. Without a clearly defined code of behavior (i.e. morals)
people are unable to behave morally. Moral relativism, situation ethics,
and values clarification have been put in the place of morality by these
"modern" psychiatric and psychological theories. Additionally, psychiatric
drugs routinely have known, unknown, and uncontrollable side-effects including
violence, suicide, and anxiety. It is no wonder many of the major crime
stories of the past 20-30 years involve people under psychiatric care and
on psychiatric drugs at the time they committed their crimes (i.e. John
Hinckley, Lee Harvey Oswald, etc.)
The notions of behaviorism and genetics also,
when strictly applied, allow no possibility of personal responsibility
or self-determinism. Criminals become "insane" under the new definitions,
and guiltless of their crimes (because they are "not responsible" . . .).
The "fault" is placed on the "environment", "bad genes" and "mental illness"
- therefore all and any sorts of evil are excused, and are "not the responsibility
of the person committing the actions".
To discover online about the history and
facts of psychiatry and it's relation to the creation of immorality, crime,
violence and drug use see the SNTP
Psychiatry, Society & Immorality Main Page.
The decline of morals also has much to do
with the decline of modern public education. See the SNTP
Education Main Page.
Relativism, Moral Decline and Psychiatry
of the American Mind: Eradicating Morality Through Education by
Johnny Cant Tell Right from Wrong by William Kilpatrick
for the New World Order by Bev Eakman
Trojan Horse in American Education by Samuel L. Blumenfeld
Clarification: A Handbook for Practical Strategies for Teachers and Students
by Simon, Howe & Kirschenbaum
De-Moralization of Society: From Victorian Virtues to Modern Values
by Gertrude Himmelfarb
The Philosophy of Ayn Rand by Leonard Peikoff
Ethical Primate: Humans, Freedom and Morality by Mary Midgley
We Make Moral Judgements? Mary Midgley
Drugs Cause Violence, Crime, Rape, & Murder
The Ultimate Betrayal by Bruce Wiseman
Psychiatry: Why Therapy, Empathy, and Love Must Replace the Drugs, Electroshock,
and Biochemical Theories of the New Psychiatry by Peter R. Breggin
Drugs and Their Side Effects by Edward L. Stern, H. Winter, M.D.
Reference by Medical Economics Company
System, Insanity Defense, Psychiatric "Experts"
of the Court: The Fraud of Psychiatric Testimony and the Rape of American
Justice by Margaret A. Hagen
The Idea and Its Consequences by Thomas Szasz
Victims: What the Psychology Industry Is Doing to People by Tana
Revenge: Junk Science in the Courtroom by Peter William Huber
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