The $700 Billion rescue package was wrapped in a ribbon of mental health funding. With fears looming that the bill would not be approved in the House of Representatives, very little attention was given to the pork barrel project that was added onto the rescue bill prior to the second vote.
The last minute supplement to the stimulus package requires that insurers pay the full-cost of mental health and substance abuse treatment, with no caps on how long an individual can remain hospitalized or institutionalized, after losing one’s mind. In the past, if an insurer paid for just five weeks in an in-patient psychiatric setting, psychotic individuals or drug abusers were released from ‘treatment’, regardless of the state of their mental health, the moment authorizations expired, typically after five weeks. Now there is no escape from psychiatric Nazi camps.
With fortunes vanishing every day under the glow of streaming, negative red clicks on Dow Jones Industrial counters, an increase in mental health funding seems warranted under such societal duress. Individuals with private insurance who ‘hear voices’ must now be careful who they report psychotic features to. I’m convinced that if I was not covered under an Aetna policy during my incarceration for schizophrenia, I would still be locked away in a state regulated hospital, receiving electro-shock therapy for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day.
Individuals who do not hear and see things that are “imaginary” must also be careful under Congress’s new ‘bailout’ plan. We are all addicts to something or other. The plan is more of a bail-in, than a bail-out, in the eyes of most mentally unstable individuals. It appears, after the final bubble has burst and after every nine-to-five is gone, the power-shrinks of Wall Street will have the poor strapped to padded chairs, and we will all be forced to listen to Bloomberg radio while receiving Zyprexa injections for the sake of sanity and world order.
In an age of advanced technology, where machines and genetically engineered fertilizers feed the masses with very little man, horse, or ox- power necessary, it only makes sense that a capitalist economy would crumble in the end. It was not necessary for us all to work like dogs with so many machines doing the work. The world economy continues to melt like wax that glues feathers to the arms of the soaring rich simply because modern man does not realize he has yet to escape the delusion of wealth. We fail to understand art or how easy it is to fly like a bird near the sun by getting high naturally, with just our minds.
Under the new congressional bill and a reality of lost value, we will soon wake up in a state of panic realizing that it was silly to push piles of paper every day anyway. With retirement funds gone, why not just jump?
We’ll all need a straight jacket soon. There are not enough good books out to keep our minds occupied when we are not at work.
The truth is, we were all unnecessarily busy and stressed in a reality that does not really exist or require so much sweat on the brows of men and women. Perhaps powerful Wall Street tycoons noticed the trend of technology years ago and saw the problems of ‘lazy-assets ’ coming. They demanded the bailout so that they could prepare their accounts for the end of times that has fallen upon us.
What will the rich require of the poor in a society where there is no more supervisory structure or punch in clocks just to get us to bow down to them again? What will they do to us when we wake up to realize that it wasn’t necessary for us all to have ‘good jobs’ just to afford nice houses anyway?
They’ll sell us out to the concept of ‘delusion’ so at least they can bill foreign insurers for mandated mental health programs. They’ll psychologically chain us by our blue collars to the concept of a perfectly medicated world and force psycho-tropic drugs upon us.
I’m against “universal health care” and hard work. Just let me grow my own medication in the new world order. Imagine hybrid marijuana for the unemployed masses whose minds continue to soar like Icarus, despite what we have in the bank!
Sponsoring pork barrel projects for drug companies during times of economic depression is like pouring gas into Hitler’s war machine. Everyone is ‘depressed’ in a depression.
Think about it.