Archive for January 2020

Does Psychiatry Have a Future? Two psychiatrists, Peter R. Breggin, MD and Gail Tasch MD, squarely face the question as it has never been faced before:  Is there a place for psychiatry on the face of the Earth.  We look at and compare our training, consider the history and shortcomings of our profession and our colleagues, and come to a stunning conclusion.  If psychiatrists can see the light at the end of the their own tunnel, they can become the most heroic profession imaginable.  They can save millions of people, perhaps hundreds of millions, from a plague of neurotoxicity that’s more widespread than any known viral epidemic.   

The New Menace that Surpasses Psychiatry

My discussion with researcher-filmmakers Aaron and Melissa Dykes will open your mind to what the future holds for all our brains and minds—and it is far more insidious and potentially transformative of society than the primitive and yet already tragic shenanigans of so-called  modern psychiatry. For anyone who has wondered where a failed psychiatry will go—here is the answer that is now unfolding.

I have spent much of my life fighting psychiatric oppression in the form of primitive attempts at controlling the brain and mind through neurotoxic drugs, electroshock, and psychiatric brain surgery.  Now the FDA has approved electronic mind control in the form of Monarch, a device for flooding the brains of children with wholly destructive electrical impulses in the name of treating ADHD.  Yet Monarch is crude compared to what billionaire entrepreneurs are close to implementing, not just for the “mentally ill,” but for all of us. Please listen pay attention to this stunning analysis and exposé of mind control—past, present and future—with researcher filmmakers Aaron and Melissa Dykes, who created the incredible full-length documentary film, The Minds of Men, which has already been seen by millions. 

"The Best Stuff I've Learned from Life."  On New Year’s Day 2020, Dr. Peter Breggin offers a heartfelt discussion of “The Best Stuff I’ve Ever Learned from Life.”  He describes the experiences, ideas and attitudes that have contributed to his eight decades of vigorous, exciting and passionate living.  This spontaneous, direct, often personally revealing hour will give you a window into how to live a good, satisfying and successful life of your own—one you can look upon each day proudly and with satisfaction.   You probably know about Dr. Breggin’s decades of reform work and may be familiar with his blogs, books or videos; now hear what has guided his life. 


The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour
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