Category Archives: human rights

Keeping up with state-of-the-art human rights violations

Here at NamiDearest, we want to be sure you know how to have your mentally ill loved one arrested and incarcerated in a psychiatric facility any time you feel the need or desire to do so. Our greatest piece of literary genius on the topic, to date, is a tip sheet written by our beloved […]

Posted in "bipolar disorder", "mental illness", "schizophrenia", biobabble, child abuse, childhood bipolar disorder, children and psychiatric drugs, consumertocracy, DJ Jaffe, domestic violence, ethics get in the way, forced psychiatric "treatment", human rights, Inspiration, involuntary commitment, lies, mental hygiene arrest, NAMI mommies, NAMI propaganda, police brutality, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", scapegoating, shit-based practices, terrorists, The Lazies, Torrey Stories, trauma, Treatment Advocacy Center, violence, who needs civil rights anyway? | 6 Comments

A Quest for Answers

“All effective propaganda must be limited to a very few points and must harp on these in slogans until the last member of the public understands what you want him to understand.” ~Adolf Hitler Every day, people contact us in a quest to navigate their state’s commitment laws and mental illness systems. Many times they […]

Posted in "bipolar disorder", "mental illness", "schizophrenia", biobabble, child abuse, childhood bipolar disorder, children and psychiatric drugs, consumertocracy, DJ Jaffe, domestic violence, ethics get in the way, eugenics, euthanasia, forced psychiatric "treatment", history, human rights, I love you NAMI Dearest, Inspiration, involuntary commitment, mental hygiene arrest, NAMI mommies, NAMI propaganda, police brutality, preventable tragedies, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", psychiatric survivors, restraint, restraint chair, scapegoating, shit-based practices, terrorists, The Lazies, Torrey Stories, trauma, Treatment Advocacy Center, violence, who needs civil rights anyway? | 3 Comments

BringChange2theParadigm?

This is clearly an attempt by some dirty little girl to undermine the wonderful advocacy work of our favorite Borderline, Ms. Glenn Close and the stellar BringChange2Mind organization. I am appalled!

Posted in "bipolar disorder", "mental illness", "schizophrenia", BringChange2Mind.org, child abuse, childhood bipolar disorder, children and psychiatric drugs, domestic violence, ethics get in the way, forced psychiatric "treatment", human rights, I love you NAMI Dearest, Inspiration, involuntary commitment, lies, mental hygiene arrest, NAMI mommies, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", psychiatric survivors, rape, scapegoating, sexual abuse, shit-based practices, The Lazies, Torrey Stories, trauma, Treatment Advocacy Center, violence, who needs civil rights anyway? | 6 Comments

NamiDearest Interviews BJ Daffy on The Commitment Hour

Join your gracious host, NamiDearest as she and mental illness policy hero, BJ Daffy tackle the growing problem of the Consumertocracy and discuss ways to get around the annoying rights of the mentally ill. We prefer to talk about them without them.

Posted in "bipolar disorder", "mental illness", "schizophrenia", biobabble, consumertocracy, ethics get in the way, forced psychiatric "treatment", human rights, involuntary commitment, lies, NAMI mommies, NAMI propaganda, New York State, preventable tragedies, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", psychiatric survivors, scapegoating, shit-based practices, The Commitment Hour, The Lazies, Treatment Advocacy Center, who needs civil rights anyway? | 25 Comments

Update on recent Consumertocracy threats to public safety!

Fellow NamiDearests, We recently brought you the startling footage of the Consumertocracy running amok in the streets of Albany, and it seems their threats just keep rolling in. On March 2, 2011, menacing Consumertocracy leaders confronted and practically assaulted our brave mental illness policy hero, D.J. Jaffe as he made his way to testify at […]

Posted in "mental illness", Albany, consumertocracy, DJ Jaffe, forced psychiatric "treatment", human rights, involuntary commitment, Mental Hygiene Budget, New York State, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", psychiatric survivors, Treatment Advocacy Center, who needs civil rights anyway? | Tagged as: | 19 Comments

EDP! EDP! The Consumertocracy runs amok in the streets of Albany!

Fellow NamiDearests, We bring you an emergency broadcast. On 1-11-11, the consumertocracy  descended upon Albany with their ranting, unreasonable requests for human rights. They thronged  the streets brandishing large, orange inflatable weapon-type thingies, beating on street signs and generally disrupting the status quo.  Watch the startling footage from their public rampage: They forced their way […]

Posted in "bipolar disorder", "mental illness", Albany, consumertocracy, DJ Jaffe, ethics get in the way, human rights, Inspiration, involuntary commitment, Legislative Educational Awareness Day, NAMI mommies, NAMI propaganda, New York State, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", psychiatric survivors, restraint, scapegoating, Treatment Advocacy Center, who needs civil rights anyway? | 14 Comments

How Can I Get My Pain-In-The-Ass Family Member Committed?

How can my I get my pain-in-the-ass family member committed? The above question is commonly raised by families seeking treatment chemical restraint and/or incarceration in a psychiatric facility for someone they love want to scapegoat, silence, control, publicly discredit, hide or get out of the way. Unfortunately, the reality of treatment in the United States, […]

Posted in "bipolar disorder", "mental illness", "schizophrenia", biobabble, child abuse, childhood bipolar disorder, children and psychiatric drugs, DJ Jaffe, ethics get in the way, forced psychiatric "treatment", human rights, Inspiration, involuntary commitment, lies, mental hygiene arrest, NAMI mommies, NAMI propaganda, police brutality, psychiatric drugs as "treatment", restraint, scapegoating, shit-based practices, substance abuse, terrorists, The Lazies, trauma, Treatment Advocacy Center, violence, who needs civil rights anyway? | 4 Comments