When a city or society is confronted with riots resulting in violence, destruction and death of it’s citizens, its not surprising when law-abiding citizens ask, “how could this happen?” or “why are people so violent?” or “what is wrong with the youth of today?” All sorts of explanations, justifications and unusual solutions are advanced, but they rarely provide the answers or uncover the root causes of the problems.
To gain a broader understanding, we must look at a quite different long-term factor that has been an insidious cause of deteriorating social and family standards and conditions.
In the 1940s, psychiatry’s leaders proclaimed their intention to infiltrate the field of education and the law and bring about the “re-interpretation and eventually eradication of the concept of right and wrong.” G. Brock Chisholm and British psychiatrist John Rawlings Rees, co-founders of the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH), bluntly told their peers at the time:
“If the race is to be freed from the crippling burden of good and evil it must be psychiatrists who take the original responsibility.”
Governments were eager to implement new ideas and ideologies of the “new psychology” as society recovered from the devastation of war.
The attempt to undermine morals and consequently the deterioration of society and the family unit can be traced back to the influence of psychiatry in these different fields.
In its formative years, WFMH conferences were held in London in 1940 and 1945 where the leaders eagerly laid out their goals and objectives. Rees proclaimed:
“We can therefore justifiably stress our particular point of view with regard to the proper development of the human psyche, even though our knowledge be incomplete. We must aim to make it permeate every educational activity in our national life…. We have made a useful attack upon a number of professions. The two easiest of them naturally are the teaching profession and the Church: the two most difficult are law and medicine.” Dr. John Rawlings Rees, “Strategic Planning for Mental Health”, June 18, 1940
Canadian Psychiatrist G. Brock Chisholm, President of the WFMH in 1945 proclaimed:
“The re-interpretation and eventually (sic) eradication of the concept of right and wrong which has been the basis of child training, the substitution of intelligent and rational thinking for faith… are the belated objectives of practically all effective psychotherapy. The fact is, that most psychiatrists and psychologists and other respectable people have escaped from these moral chains and are able to observe and think freely.” Dr. G. Brock Chisholm, 1945
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When Dr. Paul Winchester, a pediatrician, moved to Indiana from Colorado in 2002, he noticed something disturbing—a high number of birth defects.
“I was used to the number of birth defects I should see in a community hospital, and I saw many more in Indiana,” said Winchester, who is medical director of the Neonatal and Intensive Care Unit at St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis.
Winchester decided to investigate the reason for the higher numbers of birth defects. His research zeroed in on the herbicide atrazine, one of the most widely used herbicides in the U.S. and the most commonly detected pesticide in U.S. drinking water.
Winchester and several other researchers including Michael Skinner, professor of biology at Washington State University’s Center for Reproductive Biology, conducted a study to see if there was a link between atrazine in drinking water and birth defects.
Studies have found that atrazine is an endocrine disruptor, a substance that can alter the human hormonal system. Atrazine was banned by the European Union because of its persistent groundwater contamination.
In their study, Winchester and his team found that concentrations of atrazine in drinking water were highest in May and June when farmers sprayed their fields with the herbicide. They also found that birth defects peaked during the same months indicating a close correlation.
“We plotted water concentrations and birth defects, and they fit like a hat,” Winchester said.