AbolishTheDEA.com August 7, 2019

The Mental Health Survey that psychiatrists don't want you to take

by Ballard Quass


Rate the following statements 1 to 4, based on how much they have applied to you over the last two weeks:

1) I have little or no pleasure in doing things.

1-not at all, 2-a little bit, 3-a lot, 4-very much

2) I am convinced that plants of Mother Nature could help me enjoy my life again.

1-not at all, 2-a little bit, 3-a lot, 4-very much

3) I am pissed at government for denying me free access to these valuable medicines that could help me, like, say, psilocybin, peyote, etc.

1-not at all, 2-a little bit, 3-a lot, 4-very much

4) After all, we're talking about plants from Mother Nature here, not demoniacal pills from Pablo Freakin' Escobar the Third!!!

1-not at all, 2-a little bit, 3-a lot, 4-very much

5) I feel like America has not been a free country ever since the passage of the Harrison Narcotics Act of 1914.

1-not at all, 2-a little bit, 3-a lot, 4-very much

6) I feel resentful and angry over having to visit a psychiatrist every f---ing three months of my life to get a so-called "maintenance prescription" of expensive and chemically addictive drugs that I have to take every single day and which, in the long run, do nothing more than numb my brain and make it hard for me to think clearly.

1-not at all, 2-a little bit, 3-a lot, 4-very much

7) I am particularly pissed because these so-called SSRIs and SNRIs are contraindicated in psychedelic use, meaning that even if psilocybin became available for me to use, I could not use it thanks to the Big Pharma Meds that psychiatry has hooked me on.

1-not at all, 2-a little bit, 3-a lot, 4-very much

8) Speaking of drugs, I'm pissed that Americans have rolled over and played dead when it comes to so-called "drug testing," since that system represents the extrajudicial punishment of a misdemeanor offense (nay, even a non-offense) with starvation.

1-not at all, 2-a little bit, 3-a lot, 4-very much

9) Drug testing is also the enforcement of a state religion, namely Christian Science, which holds that our mental health should be maintained without the help of therapeutic medicines - except for the hypocritical exception of a handful of Big Pharma blockbuster pills that boost the Fortune 500 while slowly bankrupting their addicted users.

1-not at all, 2-a little bit, 3-a lot, 4-very much

10) I have trouble falling asleep when I think how Big Pharma, psychiatry, and clueless politicians have deprived me of my birthright, namely the therapeutic plants and fungi that grow at my very feet!

1-not at all, 2-a little bit, 3-a lot, 4-very much

Results: Total your response scores. If the result is less than 36, you clearly have been driven crazy by America's Drug War. But whatever you do, do NOT seek professional help immediately! The helper in question is probably "on the take" from Big Pharma and so is likely to put you on mind-clouding psychiatric medicines that will addict you for life. Instead, read books by Terence McKenna, visit sites like Maps.org, and work for a world in which psychotherapy is performed by empathic shamans who are free to use any naturally-occurring substance in the world as a therapeutic adjunct.

In Post-Drug War America, the psychiatric pill mill will be replaced by empathic shamanism, where pharmacologically savvy teacher-therapists will use any plants in the world that they see fit in order to help their client achieve self-actualization in life.









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