Preschoolers Tortured in Medical Experiments!The New York State Psychiatric Institute, Massachusetts General Hospital, and The National Institute for Mental Health are all conducting clinical trial studies on preschoolers to determine how well little kids can tolerate certain kinds of treatments for recently invented "diseases" and behavioral "dysfunctions" such as oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), and even mood disorders and anxiety disorders. In 4-year olds? How can a little kid who has only been on the planet for 48 months be so screwed up?
Actually, it's not the kids who are screwed up at all. It's the doctors, clinicians, and teachers who don't seem to know that ALL normal 4-year-olds can't sit still, pay attention, or practice self-control for long periods of time. The parents are messed up too -- they consent to the treatment!!!
Two of the organizations above are drugging preschoolers with psychotropics (like Ritalin and Quetiapine) to see if it changes the children's natural behavior so that they aren't such a fidgety nuisance.
Using preschoolers as guinea pigs to find cures for make-believe mental disorders is outrageous and it ought to be illegal.
And it's not just preschoolers -- even babies and toddlers are being diagnosed as mentally ill and given powerful sedatives and mood-altering medications!
One of these days the torturers are gonna figure out that psychotropic drugs have only spotty success rates -- and worse, that the occasional parent who awakes from their expert-induced stupor might actually stop a child's drug regimen! The solution? A lobotomy! It's an irreversible procedure that would render infants, toddlers and preschoolers compliant, passive, and non-aggressive -- making the jobs of parents, teachers and daycare providers much easier. I understand lobotomists don't use the ice-pick-through-the-eye-socket method that was popular in the 1960's -- they have a much more humane way of zapping the brain's frontal lobes with lasers now. I'm sure that will give parents peace of mind as they sign the medical waivers to approve the procedure.