MGH's new "Ugly" & "Sinful" psychiatric drug marketing
Harvard's Massachusetts General Hospital's (MGH) psychiatric department (the people who created child bipolar disorder that led to the drugging of over a million innocent children with dangerous antipsychotic drugs) is now saying that you need "help" if you are "too religious" or don't like the way you look (see MGH's attached promotional fliers).
I guess that wraps up most of the world's population as a psychiatric drug market - as if the current 374 mental disorders ranging from reading and arithmetic disorders, shyness, seasonal disorders and general anxiety weren't enough.
It's no surprise that psychiatry would target religion as the majority of these stimulus-response machines in white coats are avowed atheist per survey. Watch out Pope! Yet, any rogues file of psychiatrists who have been prosecuted for medicaid fraud, sex offenses, etc. would show you that they would have little immunity from an "Ugly" disorder."
As an aside, there's never been one medical test (blood or urine, CAT scans, MRI's, etc.) to diagnose or prove the existence of any mental disorder. It's all subjective - based upon opinion of behavior - which is why they are officially called mental disorders and not "illnesses" or "diseases" in psychiatric manuals. They have been voted into existence by small groups of psychiatrists within the American Psychiatric Association.
Although the concept of drugging the Ugly and Religious appears a bit comical, creating new pharmaceutical markets for phony mental disorders is an extreme danger to society. You may want to ensure that you and especially your children refuse any mental health screenings that regularly occur in public schools and during physical examinations. It's really just drug marketing. Although MGH's fliers may appear slightly comical, psychiatry's targeting of over 8 million US school children for psychiatric drugs is an Ugly Sin.