At the end of October, I spent an Indian Summer week on the continent with a good deal of ‘Trauma’.
Venice Biennale – Art Porn at the Austria Pavillion
Venice is a great place and attending the Biennale had long been on my wish list. I wandered through numerous Pavilions finding the artwork certainly more interesting than at the ‘documenta’ in Kassel. I left the Austrian to the end with an eerie sense of foreboding given what I heard about an Organised Ritual Crime Abuse Network (ORCAN) that is seemingly operating with impunity in Austria aided by corrupt psychiatrists and judiciary:
I found it disconcerting that children under 12 were not allowed to enter. A newspaper review remarked:
…and Austria tried to give us some nipple torture. As porn and pain go, it is all a bit anodyne.’
I was shocked to find ‘artwork’ that could have sprung straight from the pages of the 309 pages Extreme Abuse Survey (EAS) document. The so-called artist is Renate Bertlmann who seems to have drawn inspiration from Marina Abramović. Shame on Austria for putting out artwork that could have emanated from the dark web.
Garmisch – Society for Ethics in Psychiatry (GAP)
Every New Year many folks in and around the alps sit down to watch the ‘4 Schanzen Turnier’. I am unsure whether ‘Eddy the Eagle’ made it there but certainly the ski jumps in Innsbruck and Garmisch are majestic sights. Majestic may also be an apt description for the little known GEP:
For almost 4 decades the group led by Dr Friedrich Weinberger, who worked as a Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist in independent practice, has been educating professionals and the public about poor psychiatric assessment practices in the Soviet Union and closer to home. Dr Weinberger’s psychiatric report was instrumental in bringing about the release of Gustav Mollath who seemingly got framed by his ex-wife and vested commercial interests when he blew the whistle on shady business transactions of his ex. Seven years he was locked up in a secure mental hospital! In the end he was freed due to a counter-diagnosis by Dr Weinberger and media coverage of the scandal (Mollath was awarded Euro 600k compensation). A recent issue of the weekly Aerzteblatt (that goes to 400k medics) carried his reader’s letter on the topic:
LETTERS Forensic Psychiatry:
Protected from Serious Damage
Dtsch Arztebl 2019; 116 (45): A-2094 / B-1714 / C-1673 Weinberger, Friedrich
Legal developments such as the strengthening of patient autonomy are changing psychiatric measures. The different objectives of the treatment and improvement of the offenders versus the protection for the general public involve considerable conflicts (DÄ 39/2019: “Maßregelrecht auf der Prüfstand” by Jürgen L. Müller).
- Article § Letters & Comments § statistics
‘On the occasion of fundamental considerations on forensic psychiatry, Prof. J. Müller and the Deutsches Ärzteblatt also talked about the Mollath case, before he perhaps completely disappears from his colleagues’ memory. Müller wrote: “At the latest since the release of Gustl Mollath, an inmate (Ed: in a secure psychiatric unit) who was not involved in treatment and assessment and was imputed significant psychiatric disorder and therefore justified danger several years, not only the protection of the general public, but also the Rights of the offender are in focus. “Müller tried to play off said protection against said rights. Several of his colleagues, most of them “professors of forensic psychiatry”, were involved in the Mollath case. For many years, they have tried to make this a separate field of expertise and thus their “closed shop”. The German Medical Association has denied them the wish so far. It has thus protected the administration of justice in the country from serious harm. Still, any capable and courageous psychiatrist can face false judgments even from super-specialists of high titles, as the author of these lines did in the case Mollath with a counter-opinion. He was able to counteract many misguided comments, ultimately confirmed by the Federal Constitutional Court, to invalidate a false “imputed significant psychiatric disorder and justified danger” and help the victim, not a saint, after seven and a half years until 2013, not 2011, forced internment again to freedom. As in the clinic and practice, there is only one and the same psychiatry in court.’
Apparently Big-Wig Forensic Psychiatrists are plotting to form a ‘closed club’ that allows them to concentrate on their navel-gazing practices and ‘keep out’ inconvenient Psychiatrists like Dr Weinberger who got the courage and brains to challenge malpractice.
Dr Weinberger has very wide-ranging interests and kindly provided me as a relative ‘newby’ with an overview how Freud and Psychoanalysis was utilised by Trotsky to shape Soviet society. I learned how he arrived by ship (under the flag of the Red Cross!) with 300 well-trained mercenaries and lots of money to take control of Russia in the October 1917 revolution. The green revolutionaries had fought successfully the Zsar’s whites, but their representatives were routed by the red revolutionaries. A few years later the rebellion of the Kronstadt sailors was violently suppressed. What would have happened after the death of Lenin if Trotsky would have won the power struggle rather than Stalin? Apparently, Russia would have been a pliant player for the Globalist agenda! His violent demise following an ice pick attack by a Russian agent in Mexico somewhat mirrored the pain he inflicted on so many.
I shared with Dr Weinberger my findings on inadequate psych assessments with a view to future collaboration.
European Society for Trauma & Dissociation (ESTD) Conference in Rome
I attended dozens of conferences around the world but the most inspiring ones for me are the ESTD conferences. Here we hear about abuse and suffering but also about growth and healing. Everyone understands the impact of trauma and the nature of dissociative symptoms. Prof Ellert Nijenhuis (NL) shared in the final keynote another fascinating intervention concerning a long-term patient ‘Lena’ who when he returned from a holiday had been stuck for 2 weeks in a rigid mannerism exclaiming ‘All is red’. The solution of the puzzle? With a great deal of empathy and humility Ellert got her to respond and it turned out that she had been raped at age 3 by a neighbor (a blacksmith). He received a well-deserved award for his insightful work in the field and starting the ESTD in the Mid-Noughties.
I presented a paper co-authored by Dr Ashley Conway countering the False Memory narrative that is plaguing the field.
The paper covers two book chapters written by my co-author Dr Ashley Conway who counters six of the fallacies that underpin the dangerous False Memory lobby arguments. I added some successful UK prosecutions of extreme abuse upfront and highlight at the end that controversial Prof Elizabeth Loftus still features on the International Panel of The Psychologist – the house magazine of the British Psychological Society (BPS).
I convened a symposium SM-04 that featured on the program under the title The Legacy of Complex Trauma: Disturbing Memories, Invisible Wounds and Coerced Perpetration:
I outlined a C-PTSD case study where 67 traumas were rattled off in 10 minutes including giving birth to a ‘breeder baby’ at age 13 and witnessing helplessly the anal rape of her toddler son by his grandfather (who I called the ‘Kingston Terminator’ – see above). I illustrated the later scenario with a visual I got from an excellent survivor-activist site.
The download link below leads to a survivor account that is particularly timely given the Prince Andrew situation:
Also very worthwhile reading is the following which features a ‘household name’ family name ‘down under’ (hint: father psychologist, daughter actress):
I featured for the first time newspaper items regarding the death of the toddler’s godmother Susan Lloyd. Her body was found in her burnt out house in the woods outside Kilcommon. Why did she not leave the house when it caught fire? Was she perhaps run over by a ‘small blue car’ of the Seat Arosa Mark 1 variety and then drugged with chloroform?
I also show how Alan Morgan, South Wales Police Chief, refuses to investigate the death of ‘…Susan Lloyd, a native of Wales and a mother of a 14-year-old daughter…’ in Kilcommon and the shenanigans in Blaengarw where ‘THE body of a 44-year-old woman was found in a river just days after Christmas’ and where a ‘…fire broke out at Railway terrace…’ overlooking the site where the body was found (hint: the woman and the ‘Kingston Terminator’ were seen at a pub nearby and arguing at that location the night before) – cases that most members of the public would view as highly suspicious. I think it is significant that Susan Lloyd was also the godmother of a toddler who was reportedly assaulted 9 months later by his own grandfather – the ‘Kingston Terminator’ as I call him.
Coroner Joe Kelly refused to order a re-investigation.
I finished my talk with a crime map showing approximate locations and locations for:
- 6 violent deaths of adults in their prime of life
- 2 ‘disappearances’ of new-born babies
- 3 toddler rapes spanning across three generations within one family
- 4 instances of dangerous driving (two in the Kingston area with lethal outcomes that Operation Midland refused to investigate)
Mr Declan Howard, a self-identified survivor of trauma-based mind control, contributed the second paper on invisible wounds caused by abuse:
I also upload his standalone (sic) paper on criminality as the cause of many mental health problems (a reality that traditional psychiatrists remain in denial about):
The final paper was delivered by US Clinical Psychologist Dr Ellen Lacter on the tricky topic of ‘Forced Perpetration’:
The download contains the script as well as a URL for watching her presentation.
You can find further information on her excellent website that is aptly named:
‘Abstract Gate’ @ EPA in Warsaw
I was pleased to receive attention from the President of the European Psychiatry Association (EPA). A few months earlier I had presented five posters at the EPA conference in Warsaw. I had put them up on ResearchGate and also on my blog:
A few weeks after my blog posting someone raised a concern (I wonder who? I doubt it was a fee-paying delegate!) with the EPA leadership about their content. The EPA threatened to drop my poster abstracts from the forthcoming ‘conference’ issue of their ever-so-prestigious journal. I rapidly replied sending the article below about the role of psychologists as experts in court settings:
I offered three updated abstracts and wrote a detailed explanation of the background of my investigation appending all my conference posters (so many that I ran out of alphabet letters):
A fellow investigator also wrote in my support adding some valuable references that did not make it into the final version of our poster:
“The events reported are not compatible with the predictions of materialist scientific orthodoxy and raise fundamental questions. The work of forensic historians Daniel Estulin, Colin Ross, Melissa Dykes, James Corbett and Anthony C. Sutton document the generation of false historical concepts. This of course leads to insecure predictions and the generation of a middle ground between the expected and the actual.”
A distraught mother wrote in my support. Her young teenage daughter was ‘taken into care’ when she reported organised abuse by her biological father and a ‘ring’ in the Deptford area. A nasty social worker reportedly stoked fear of being separated from her mother by casually finishing the first meeting ‘Off you go. I let you go on this occasion’.
Increasingly I hear about cases involving abuse rings. The more serious the allegations, the harsher the ‘closing down’ process. In a recent case in Wales a 5-year-old made disclosures indicative of emotional, physical and sexual abuse. As soon as allegations of pornography production and extreme abuse were raised with authorities the boy was ‘seized’ and the usual accusation proffered that the mother may have a ‘personality disorder’ and forced the child to make these allegations. Why would a mother do that???
In a case that originated 1987 in the former East Germany (GDR) a newlywed, young woman was raped and forced into extreme abuse by her father-in-law acting in cahoots with her husband and others. Their two children were also abused for decades. When the trio broke free a sympathetic citizen who had been working as a General Practitioner and Psychiatrist for more than 10 years attested credibility and supported their crime reporting. The response? Police and prosecution did NOTHING to investigate and secure evidence e.g. photo and film. Two of the accused together with a victim under mind control swiftly made counter-accusations. Police and prosecution acted IMMEDIATELY – even taking the medic into remand for 8 months. The mother who had escaped was ‘caught’ by the extreme abuse ring and reprogrammed to make abstruse allegations against the medic as well as her own children.
These examples show how traumatised victims are re-victimized by inadequate authority conduct, and courageous citizens who speak out are silenced.
What are YOU going to do?