From the March 2000 Idaho Observer:

Your representatives in government are sewing something for you:

A seamless sleeve from diaper to straight jacket

The Idaho Observer has been reporting for over a year how invading babies bodies within an hour of birth with Vitamin K and hepatitis B vaccines containing toxic ingredients that damage them physically and emotionally -- sometimes immediately, sometimes slowly over a lifetime.

The Oregon Observer and The Idaho Observer began reporting the dangers of prescribing psychotropic drugs like Ritalin to schoolchildren four years ago -- before the use of such drugs was the rule rather than the exception. And now that people are realizing how damaging “therapeutic” regimens of psychotropic drugs are to children and to society as those children become adults it appears that we are too late and that permanent damage to generations of children have been permitted.

We have allowed the “experts” to create generations of people who, because they have been vaccinated since birth and have been prescribed psychotropic drugs by a doctor as a remedy for vaccine damage, will be forever subject to state intervention as persons who have been diagnosed by state licensed physicians as mental patients.

And now we see that U.S. News and World Report (March 6, 2000) and many other dominant media publications and newspapers (The Portland Oregonian, February 24, 2000) are questioning the intelligence of drugging the youth of America into adulthood. If the timetable holds true, the dominant media will begin to question the intelligence of mass medicating the public with toxin-laden vaccines in another couple of years -- when it is too late to reverse the damage.

We can now see how social planners have once again masterfully implemented the art of incrementalism. They are being allowed to damage us both physically and mentally as soon as we are born. Then they are allowed to diagnose our incapacities and prescribe drugs that increase our dependence and dysfunction. They have created an immensely profitable and seamless sleeve within which to store Americans who will forever be held legally and emotionally dependent upon psychoactive substances to maintain a false sense of equanimity. If Congress passes the HR 3455, it will have made those thousands (eventually millions) of people lifetime members of the state mental health services club -- and the federal government will have the authority to determine who qualifies and who must involuntarily accept its mental healthcare services.

Many readers will remember Shirley Allen from Roby, Illinois. Allen, in fall, 1998, was forced to stand off police who came to take the perfectly sane and lovely woman off to the looney bin for evaluation based upon heresy from an estranged family member -- and because she turned to doctors for help when she took prescription anti-depressants after her husband of many years had died. That was just the beginning. If you have been prescribed phychotropics by a psychiatrist, you can, at any time be placed in the sleeve. If your beliefs are not those of government enforcers, you may also be a candidate for the sleeve. Welcome to the Brave New World.

Read between the lines in the legislation being proposed below. The language is Orwellian. The implications are sinister.


Give a Kid a Chance Omnibus Mental Health Services Act of 1999

(Introduced in the House)



(a) IN GENERAL- In cooperation with the Secretary of Education, the Secretary of Health and Human Services shall support either directly or through grants, contracts or cooperative agreements with public entities programs to promote mental health among all children, from birth through adolescence, and their families and to provide early intervention services to ameliorate identified mental health problems in children and adolescents.

(b) EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF GRANTS- The Secretary shall provide for an equitable distribution of grants by region, to include urban, suburban and rural regions, including Native American communities.

(c) PRIORITY- The Secretary shall give priority to those applicants who --

(1) provide a comprehensive, community-based, culturally competent and developmentally appropriate prevention and early intervention program that provides for the identification of early mental health problems and promotes the mental health and enhances the resiliency of children from birth through adolescence and their families ;

(2) incorporate families , schools and communities in an integral role in the program;

(3) coordinate behavioral health care services, interventions, and supports in traditional and non-traditional settings and provides a continuum of care for children from birth through adolescence and their families ;

(4) provide public health education to improve the public's understanding of healthy emotional development;

(5) provide training, technical assistance, consultation, and support for community service providers, school personnel, families and children to promote healthy emotional development and enhance resiliency in children from birth through adolescence;

(6) increase the resources available to such programs and provide for their sustainability by requiring a commitment on the part of local communities in which the programs provide services;

(7) provide for the evaluation of programs operating under this section to ensure that they are providing intended services in an efficient and effective manner; and

(8) provide school-based mental health assessment and treatment services conducted by a mental health professional (who may be a school counselor, school nurse, school psychologist, clinical psychologist, or school social worker) in public elementary or secondary schools.

S Bill 1772: Family and School Partnership Act of 1999

(2) PARENTING EDUCATION PROGRAMS- Each community college receiving a grant under this section shall use the funds to carry out a parenting education program that provides parenting education information through courses taught by an individual who meets the State requirements for part-time faculty at the community college. The program may --

(A) involve a child laboratory component under which the children of parents attending the courses engage in cooperative child care activities that are coordinated with the courses;

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