November 9, 2013
The over-diagnosis of mental disorders has severely damaged our society, leading to femininization, with men preferring to feel bad for themselves than act like men and deal with their problems like men.
Mental illness exists, to be sure, but serious mental illness, which can’t be dealt with by simply facing down your problems, is very rare. These new disorders that are being diagnosed are a means for the Jew drug companies to get rich.
Men who believe they have an excuse not to deal with their problems won’t deal with their problems. They will sit around and feel bad for themselves like spoiled children. This leads to a further breakdown of the fundamental structure of society, the cornerstone of which must be men capable of decisive action in the face of adversity.
You will note that the savages who are colonizing and conquering our countries don’t whine about how they have ‘depression’ and ‘anxiety.’
I agree with Josef Hecken – man up and quit acting like little bitches.
From the Daily Mail:
A bottle of warm beer is better than psychotherapy, a German health official has advised.
According to Josef Hecken, chair of the country’s statutory health system, a drink can heal minor illnesses like sleep disorders.
Speaking at a debate, he also ridiculed the inclusion of psychotherapists in Germany’s healthcare provision.
His comments have provoked outrage among leading medics claiming he has trivialised severe mental disorders.
Dieter Best, chairman of the German Association of Psychotherapists, attacked Hecken’s suggestion as ‘unspeakable’ in an open letter.
He wrote: ‘You trivialise and ignore the needs of our patients with your bottle of beer metaphor.
‘And you subtly stigmatise people with severe psychiatric disorders.’
The letter, published in German newspaper Tagesspiegel, also blasted Mr Hecken for saying it was a ‘cardinal sin’ the government incorporated psychotherapists into the national health service.
Before 1999, people with mental disorders were transquilised instead of receiving therapy, Mr Best exclaims.
In a desperate bid to backtrack, Mr Hecken issued a statement describing his suggestion as ‘unfortunate’ and ‘misunderstood’.