It can be concluded that criticism is not popular with psychiatrists, as they have usually suffered emotional injury as children, from which strong, lifelong feelings of inferiority result, which are kept behind a mask of supposed strength. This is known to all of us non-psychiatrists The psychiatrists themselves, however, have not yet individually internalized this aspect. Consequence of the investigations was the strict regulation by the authority that I must see a psychiatrist on a regular monthly basis and take drugs with a dampening effect, which, according to the package insert can have considerable side effects and which may result even in death. Thus assenting, psychiatrists as well as the authority with license to practice accept that I may possibly die as a result of the treatment. According to the authority, I should take the medication purely as for the sake of “prevention”. Even though I had not yet done anything wrong with any patient, such an event might yet occur….”Outrageous” was my solicitor’s comment, and he is right. My impression was simply that it was their intention to silence me with medicinal chains and stop me from taking any further action (reporting any more people/institutions to the police).
What impresses me is the carelessness with which scholars of law, when confronted with religion, risk losing their own certificate to practice. It is one of the many examples of how powerful emotions can cause common sense to fail. Also, the way the Flood, which allegedly truly happened, is celebrated in protestant kindergartens as being an act of some kind of justice, demonstrates such a loss of common sense and, in addition, is strictly forbidden here, according to §131 of the Criminal Code. Here, German law is quite correct in stating that no Holocaust is just and that there is nothing to applaud.