On June 11th Scientologists protested outside the Osaka International Convention Center where the Japanese Society of Psychiatry and Neurology was holding their annual meeting.
Outraged Japanese citizens carried placards of protest last week, calling attention to the psychiatric industry’s practice of drugging children with mind-altering drugs and of other abusive treatments at a regional conference of psychiatrists in Japan.
Protestors demanded that participants at the 111th Annual Congress of the Japanese Society of Psychiatry and Neurology stop what they called “psychiatric crimes.”
The Citizens Commission on Human Rights Japan spearheaded a weekend of raising awareness of psychiatric abuse at the conference, held June 4-6 in Osaka, Japan.
The protestors insisted that Nara Medical University’s Dr. Toshifumi Kishimoto, who heads the Society, answer pointed questions about claims that clinical trials he conducted amounted to human experimentation.
They also distributed thousands of copies of booklets, fliers and DVDs to expose dangerous and harmful practices that violate the human rights of children and parents.
They took aim at the drugging of more than 20 million school children worldwide for a so-called “mental disorder” that was voted into existence and inserted into the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders (DSM) – even though its existence could not be medically documented.