Attention Deficit Disorder and Other School Quackeries

By:  Sam Blumenfeld
07/10/2012
       
Attention Deficit Disorder and Other School Quackeries

The purpose of drugging kids with Ritalin, Adderall, and other similar medications is to relieve the disruptive hyperactive behavior these children exhibit in school as their brains are gradually being injured by their educators.

 

The purpose of drugging kids with Ritalin, Adderall, and other similar medications is to relieve the disruptive hyperactive behavior these children exhibit in school as their brains are gradually being injured by their educators. Most children who enter first grade in public schools are taught to read by a method that actually prevents them from learning to read. This insidious teaching technique is known as the sight, look-say, psycholinguistic, or balanced method. It was developed to actually dumb down these healthy young brains that are dynamos of language learning and to cripple them so that they cannot perform with their normal intense facility.

This teaching method abruptly stops the child’s natural learning process and prepares him or her for the equivalence of a non-surgical prefrontal lobotomy. The ability to impair a child’s brain is now so easily done, that parents have no idea why their once happy, eager child has become morose, despondent, and a learning cripple. But the children undergoing this process, like guinea pigs in a laboratory, unlike dogs or cats, know that something bad is being done to them, but they have no way of knowing how and why this is happening. And so their natural response is to act up in class and/or resist what is being taught, or block out what is being taught to defend the brain’s integrity.

The educators can control the situation by claiming that the child is the victim of a condition called Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) and that the condition can be controlled by medication: Ritalin or Adderall, or other such drugs. Ritalin has been described as a chemical straitjacket to control a child’s behavior.

According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, published by the American Psychiatric Association, “Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder” is a mental illness characterized by the following behavioral symptoms:

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