Nonconformity is Healthy in a Psychopathically Controlled Society

In a society where psychopaths are at the helm, nonconformity is the a sane and healthy response to the insanity before us. Not conforming to circumcising your child is sane and healthy. Not conforming to living without compassion is sane and healthy. Not conforming to allowing them to poison you is sane and healthy. Not conforming to anything the control grid pushes you to conform to (in order to pacify the morally outraged and get them to believe they are simply angry) is sane and healthy.

It is more than just a bit troubling that free thinking and nonconformity is now considered a mental illness.

In an unboundspirit.com article a contributor warns, “All of this is a symptom of our over-diagnosing and overmedicating culture. In the last 50 years, the DSM-IV has gone from 130 to 357 mental illnesses. A majority of these illnesses afflict children. Although the manual is an important diagnostic tool for the psychiatric industry, it has also been responsible for social changes. The rise in ADD, bipolar disorder, and depression in children has been largely because of the manual’s identifying certain behaviors as symptoms. A Washington Post article observed that, if Mozart were born today, he would be diagnosed with ADD and “medicated into barren normality.”

http://theunboundedspirit.com/nonconformity-and-freethinking-now-considered-mental-illnesses/

So if you are free thinking, creative, and morally outraged, you are crazy according the Psychopaths in Charge.

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About Kira

Radio Host at Revolution Radio, Real Liberty Media and Peoples Internet Radio, wife, mother, singer, grower of food.
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2 Responses to Nonconformity is Healthy in a Psychopathically Controlled Society

  1. Pingback: On conformity to popular idealisms of the world | power of language blog: partnering with reality by JR Fibonacci

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