THE PSYCHOTICS IN POWER ARE CALLING US MENTALLY ILL
By Dr. Laurie Roth
August 24, 2012
Obama and his goons are making everything back to front and upside down. Good is bad and bad is good. If you are Christian and a gun owning patriot you are mentally ill, dangerous and should be taken away. This week we heard and followed what felt like the unbelievable in our country but the stories were true. Sane people practicing their 1st amendment rights are being identified as ‘risks’ ‘mentally ill’ ‘dangerous and needing treatment.’
Just some of these evolving cases of mental illness and danger
Doug Hagmann, Director of Northeast Intelligence Network and veteran private investigator exposed how one of his listeners and callers had been literally picked up by cops after a ‘mystery’ friend called in a mental health concern. This lead to Jason Egroff, being forcibly whisked away by cops, probed, questioned, humiliated and searched for 18 hours, then released. Hagmann found that the alleged friend who turned him in was far different than represented and Jason was not mentally ill or a danger at all. The only apparent danger and crime Jason committed was exercising his first amendment rights and daring to share concerns about the Government and 9/11. So what? Many people have concerns about 9/11 who are not insane.
Another mental health nightmare was experienced by Marine Corps veteran, Brandon J. Raub, 26. He was also forcibly held for 30 days out of concern of his ‘face book’ postings. He said things like “Find and rediscover the ideas of liberty and freedom, “Those are the ideas that make us great as people.” He also wrote, “Your leaders are planning to merge the United States into a one-world banking system, “They want to put computer chips in you…these men have evil heats. They have tricked you into supporting corporate fascism. We gave them the keys to our country. We were not vigilant with our republic.” He also wrote, “I am standing against a great evil. I will do it all by myself if I have to.” Thankfully, a Judge ordered his release and said his commitment was invalid and there was no basis to hold him.