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Monday, 12 December 2016
Haven't you sometimes wondered if . . . .
CAUSES OF THE ON-GOING
IN U.K. SOCIAL CARE"
POSSIBLY ARISE FROM THE
WEIRD THEORIES AND BUNGLING
PRACTICES OF THE
ARE SUPPOSED TO BE MANAGING
AND DELIVERING SOCIAL
“Social Care” is all
about people. So it is not unreasonable to expect that those
officials and professionals mainly in charge of our Social Care
Services should be rather expert on the subject of “human beings”.
WHAT DO WE FIND ?
We find that Social Services
of all kinds provide a workplace (or some say playground)
for a whole range of “graduates” trained in or influenced by
strange psychiatric definitions of human beings and weird
interpretations of human behaviour.
In addition to psychiatrists
themselves, these “graduates” include psychologists,
psycho-therapists, psycho-analysts, social scientists and
sociologists as well as social workers, etc., and because the word
“psyche” means “mind” or “spirit”, you would expect
psychology and psychiatry to be the experts on the human mind.
ONCE AGAIN: WHAT DO WE FIND ?
In Psychology's Dr. Chris
Evans' authoritative “Dictionary of the Mind, Brain and Behaviour”
(ISBN 0 09 918070 7), the definition for “mind” ends with:
“Whilst few psychologists
think of “mind” as a spiritual entity separable from the brain
and body, most now accept that the richness and reality of mental
life cannot be denied, and that a place must be found for the
word “mind” in comprehensive theories of human
Obviously the “word” MIND
has got to be acknowledged by one's profession when your profession
is named “psyche-something”, which means “mind” (or
But what about a definition
for “mind” ?
What about a description of
What about the “mind's”
What about the structure or
anatomy of the “mind” ?
What about the two different
sorts of “minds” all human being's possess ?
What about the function of
each of these “minds” ?
What about how to safely
access “the mind”?
What about how “the mind”
can become irrational, and why ?
And what about how “the
mind” can be recovered to sanity, etc. ?
Wouldn't the above vital
information be slightly more important than merely “finding a
'place' in “theories” for the word “mind” ?
WHEN WE LOOK UP “PSYCHIATRY”: WHAT DO WE FIND ?
That authoritative Psychology
dictionary definition for “psychiatry” finishes with:
trouble with psychiatry today is that it is still without a working
theory, not just of the mind but also the disturbed mind.
a definition of 'mental illness' is not easy to come by, so perhaps
it is not surprising that to this date psychiatric methods have
inevitably been of a hit or miss variety.”
In searching the wide range of
mainly divergent and contradictory arguments and definitions in
“psych” written manuals and training materials from the various
mainly opposing psych “schools of thought”, one finds NO agreed
upon definition for “MIND” and, in fact, there is a near
comprehensive denial of the mind's existence.
this means that it is those “psych” professions which control our
Social Care Services which deny the very existence of what gives us our human
superiority over the animal world by denying the existence of our
“psyche” - i.e. OUR ANALYTICAL MIND AND OUR SPIRIT (or “soul”).
As a result, the psycho-social
“care-world” has closely allied itself with the commercial world
of pharmaceutical medication, monthly feeding billions of £pounds
worth of addictive drugs into millions of social care patients -
mainly to keep them “resting quietly” at British taxpayer
expense, whilst providing well paid jobs for the psych practitioners
and provably huge profits for the drug companies.
So, instead of being able to
continue living in their own homes or amongst their own families,
increasing numbers of our elderly (and others) (NOW NEARLY THREE MILLION) have
become involuntarily addicted prescription junkies in local nursing
homes who employ mainly low-paid so-called “nursing staff” from
third-world countries who are content to have employment in a
civilised country, even though their job is only to make sure that
their client/patients “take their three times a day drugs” and
get clean bedding when their drug intake upsets their stomachs.
Anyone who regularly follows
the national and local media headlines soon becomes aware that the
above are not the only examples of failing social care and failing
psychiatric versions of so-called mental health “treatments” -
which are always coupled with appeals for more and more money to
spend on residential accommodation and especially prescription drugs.
WHEN will Ministers, M.Ps,
Officials and even the Royal family begin to recognise that they are
– in a majority of cases - being taken for a ride by the “Mental
Health” and “Social Care” industries – particularly in
respect of prescription medication and addictive drugs. And when
will the British public themselves begin to realise that they also
are being misled and damaged by food and drink producers and
over-the-counter medicine advertisements and promotions.
All of which can lead to an
increased demand for “CARE”, much of which can be avoided or
prevented by “care” full living, PLUS properly founded CARE of
those who are in need of real advice and attention from doctors.
Doctors and G.Ps who are regrettably more concerned with the
palliative, symptom-handling, time-saving prescription writing they
have been taught, sponsored by the cash grants which pharmaceutical
companies make to doctor's medical training institutions.
so many other aspects of modern living, addictive drugs and
misinformation on them, underlie any problems in those areas.
But unfortunately national and
local governments and health service chiefs have failed so often in
the last 68 years because the professional so-called experts advising
them on health and care are in fact professional con-artists
concerned only with position, power and profit.
you would like to know more about the real underlying causes of our
currently increasing SOCIAL CARE SERVICE failures and how they may be
improved whilst saving huge amounts of taxpayer monies, please feel
free to call (01342) 810151 or 811099 most days between 11.00am and
9.00pm to ask questions and to review what can be done to improve
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