RIGHTS GROUP CONDEMNS PSYCHIATRIC ATROCITIES
In September 1992, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights formally submitted to the World Psychiatric Association, the World Federation for Mental Health and the Mental Health Division of the World Health Organization information concerning the psychiatric atrocities committed in the region formerly called Yugoslavia.
CCHR sought cooperation from these psychiatric operations to quell the ethnic hostilities which had been inflamed by Yugoslavian psychiatrists Jovan Raskovic and Radovan Karadzic.
To date, these organizations have chosen to remain silent and have taken no action to end the slaughter, rapes and other violations of human rights.
The world psychiatric industry has ignored the criminal activities of Raskovic and Karadzic, if not condoned them.
CCHR has also presented information about psychiatry’s role in initiating and conducting the “ethnic cleansing” atrocities in Bosnia-Herzegovina to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights.
CCHR is working to ensure that psychiatry’s despicable and pivotal role in bringing about the barbarism of “ethnic cleansing” is not overlooked, as “racial hygiene” was after World War II.
The Commission continues to inform world leaders, public and private organizations, and citizens in general. It intends that these individuals and groups have the necessary information to see and understand the fact that it was psychiatry, its teachings and its brutal practices which brought about the degraded conditions in which genocide could be committed in modern times in Yugoslavia as well as earlier in Nazi Germany.
If psychiatry is not exposed for its barbaric and murderous practices, atrocities such as those occurring in Bosnia will be repeated.
The Citizens Commission on Human Rights was established in 1969 by the Church of Scientology to investigate and expose psychiatric violations of human rights. For more information about CCHR or about psychiatric violations of human rights, write:
Citizens Commission on Human Rights
6616 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028