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Filios1 8 | 1,343
6 Nov 2008 #91
down the road leaping between the cracks in the pavement, talking to themselves, why shouldn't they be able to if they're happy with it?

Yeah, well said.
I for one, wouldn't be very happy if they took my meds away and didn't let me to leap between cracks in the pavement. It's all I have!
Daisy 3 | 1,225
6 Nov 2008 #92
We had enough of this non-sense

erm, I'm simply quoting an opinion held by some schizophrenics....as for the latter, we have had plenty of that in the UK, since that mad woman Thatcher introduced 'care in the community'
Filios1 8 | 1,343
6 Nov 2008 #93
Name me ONE

Joseph Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 Nov 2008 #94
U know, these people may have rolled the dice and gotten fu*ked up through drugs. This can be for many reasons, high among them being boredom and experimentation. Ok, yes, they must accept the consequences but they maybe had the best of intentions.

Sorry, Stalin wasn't schizophrenic. Barely even schizoid
Filios1 8 | 1,343
6 Nov 2008 #95
Stalin wasn't schizophrenic

If Bush is schizophrenic in your calculation, then Stalin would be King of Schizo's
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 Nov 2008 #96
Jesus lad, Bush ISN'T schizophrenic, that was the WHOLE point.

Bush, a 'normal' man, has caused untold suffering whereas schizophrenics often just wander aimlessly and harm no-one.
Filios1 8 | 1,343
6 Nov 2008 #97
Must be that dry Scottish humour...

Bush, a 'normal'

But I wouldn't exactly call him a normal man...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 Nov 2008 #98
Dude, there was a serious point here. I don't want schizophrenics being painted with a bad brush. Bush is considered as normal. He could prove his sanity. My point was that so-called normal people can cause more harm than mentally ill people.
Filios1 8 | 1,343
6 Nov 2008 #99
My point was that so-called normal people can cause more harm than mentally ill people.

True..

Except you forgot one thing...
Circumstance.

Put a schizo in Bush's position and he'd probably cause even more damage.

If you wanted to prove a point, then you could have simply said that 'normal' people, like me and you, with no diagnosed mental illness, can harm another human being just as easily or moreso than a schizo.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 Nov 2008 #100
Not necessarily. In Scotland, we have the total alienation of reason test. This is the basis of insanity. In England, the McNaughton rules. Now, this is no guarantee that such a person will start a war. What do u understand by the concept of mens rea?

U must understand this b4 we can go any further with this
Filios1 8 | 1,343
6 Nov 2008 #101
U must understand this

The fact is, that a schizo 'COULD' cause as much harm in Bush's position, even if he does not have the guilty mind behind the act.

Just keep the mens rea away for a second, and please admit that theoretically, a schizo is capable of doing the same harm as Bush.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 Nov 2008 #102
Yes, I'd be a fool to say otherwise. But not by virtue of being schizophrenic. Bush should have known better. Schizophrenics totally lack reason and thus can't really be held accountable for their actions. Many are harmless though. Victims only of stigmas by 'normal' people
Del boy 20 | 254
6 Nov 2008 #103
I get it now.
We are lost...
We have to stat counting now.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 Nov 2008 #104
U may be right Wroclaw. I did say governmental language tho, meaning the national govt and not a local one
southern 75 | 7,096
6 Nov 2008 #105
Name me ONE schizophrenic who has caused more needless death than George Bush?

Nietzsche.
Wahldo
6 Nov 2008 #106
Bush isn't a schizophrenic; he's just stupid. He's too happy to be schizophrenic.
joepilsudski 26 | 1,389
7 Nov 2008 #107
SCHIZOPHRENIA
I am in the mood for a short story...I have spent years working with the menatally ill...This is the truth...I worked in various 'residential facilities', day programs and also the psychiatric ward in the hospital...I worked with many hard-core schizophrenics, people who hear voices, have hallucinations, and are basically existing in a different reality...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
7 Nov 2008 #108
Nietzsche didn't cause more needless death than Bush, southern.

Nice story Joe
jonni 16 | 2,485
7 Nov 2008 #109
My worst problems were with the staff at these facilities, who tended to treat these people like animals or alien beings..

Joe is right about this. I found the same.
ConstantineK 26 | 1,259
10 Nov 2008 #110
Is potentially new head of Reserve System Mr. Rubin jew?
joepilsudski 26 | 1,389
10 Nov 2008 #111
Yes, Jew...Also new chief of staff Rahm Emmanuel, likewise Jew...Emmanuel is major Mossad agent, and also allied with Israeli/Russian/Jewish mafia...Very bad news for the US.
hairball 20 | 313
10 Nov 2008 #112
Put a schizo in Bush's position and he'd probably cause even more damage.

Are you saying there would be more than 1 million dead en Iraq?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Nov 2008 #113
Yeah, exactly. What an absurd thing to say!
Sasha 2 | 1,083
10 Nov 2008 #114
Name me ONE schizophrenic who has caused more needless death than George Bush?

Hitler? Anyway, they're both schizophrenics...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Nov 2008 #115
OK, one schizophrenic who was in power. It wasn't because he was schizophrenic that he killed tho. He progressively became this way. At the time of concocting his heinous and elaborate plans, he wasn't
Filios1 8 | 1,343
10 Nov 2008 #116
Yeah, exactly. What an absurd thing to say!

Dude, just **** off. Am I not entitled to my own opinion?
Note that I said 'probably,' as you were arguing that schizo's were not necesseraly as great of a danger as so called 'normals.'
So what about Stalin, or Hitler as Sasha mentioned. These people weren't clinically diagnosed, but they showed all the symptoms. Stalin didn't even need evidence. He killed members of his own govermnent right out of paranoia.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Nov 2008 #117
OK, u can stick to blowing off steam and I'll stick to being blown off.

I'm not talking about military rulers, I'm talking about ur run-of-the-mill types. Quite a difference.
Filios1 8 | 1,343
10 Nov 2008 #118
Name me ONE schizophrenic who has caused more needless death than George Bush?

Did you, or did you not ask this question? I don't see any specification.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
10 Nov 2008 #119
Hitler became schizophrenic. I approach things from a criminal law position, u should know that by now. He wasn't crazy at the time of formulating his annihilation plans.
Filios1 8 | 1,343
10 Nov 2008 #120
Hitler became schizophrenic

What about Stalin? The man was already noted as dangerous by Lenin (before he took power) because of his mental instability and extremist views of Marxism. As soon as he came to power, Stalin purged factories, the army, everything. All because he saw them as potential opponents.


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