“We have never drugged our troops to this extent and the current increase in suicides is not a coincidence.
“Why hasn’t psychiatry in the military been relieved of command of Mental Health Services?
“In any other command position in the military, there would have been a change in leadership.” —Lt. Col. Bart Billings, Clinical Psychologist
U.S. Army Reserve, Ret.
THE HIDDEN ENEMY: INSIDE PSYCHIATRY’S COVERT AGENDA
RAISE YOUR VOICE
Every Person’s Voice Counts and Will Make a Difference
There are many ways you can join in the fight to end the abuse of electroshock. From social media to marches, petition drives and letters to your local congress—here’s what you can do.