A ‘disease’ whose lesion no one can see

To contextualise this series about psychiatry, see: here. I wrote most of the below text in the last century:   In his Occidental Dissent article about yesterday’s California bar shooting, the author wrote: Take a young man, send him to fight in some God-forsaken Third-World pit inhabited by primitive Brown people, let him watch his…

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Shine: a dad more devastating than Mengele

To contextualise this series about psychiatry, see: here. Below, an edited translation (I’ve now added a couple of triple brackets) of a chapter of one of my books that I wrote before my awakening on the JQ:   Mental illness in the biological sense is a myth. Yet, it is obvious that madness is not.…

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Day of Wrath, 8

Sahagún’s exclamation I have worked in the heart of Houston, in the middle of its skyscrapers. The photographic postcards of downtown I saw in the hotel where I worked were deceptive: they flaunted only the luminous side of the Texan city. They never showed what I saw a few blocks away from my job: ugly…

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Day of Wrath, 3

A class with Colin Ross The best explanation of the trauma model of mental disorders I know appears in the book The Trauma Model by Colin Ross.   The problem of attachment to the perpetrator Attachment theory, originally developed by John Bowlby, is one of the most fruitful platforms with which to explain human psychological…

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