In the previous journal #1, I reported fake diagnoses of psychiatric disease. From my experience and research, it is real that psychiatrists are used to fabricate schizophrenia so that politicians can silence opposing people, maintain their power, and control over the thoughts and actions of citizens. As a matter of fact, when I was instituionalized at a psychiatric hospital, the common question I was always asked was:”You do not look mentally ill at all. Why are you here?”– I wondered if I should act more schizophrenic for them; that might be easier than explaining my complicating situation.

Nonetheless, it is good for me to live in the community as a fabricated schizophrenic. Since organized stalking is an international organized crime, in the U.S. as well, groups of stalkers along with corrupted police officers, fire fighters and so on still continue stalking, harrassing and torturing me covertly everyday in order to make me look like a person with “paranoia-schizophrenia.” However, now no one close to me believes that I am insane. Merely some naive people who do not know me well seem to be deceived by the organized stalkers’ disinformation that I am a schizophrenic. Thus, I can inform the community of the government’s such an evil-doing although it took me years of patience to prove that I am rather a rational person compared with other people. From the next paragraph, I would like to further discuss the problems in mental disease medication. Also responding to the problematic circumstances of mental medicare, I will consider what I can and should contribute through my volunteer job in the last of the journals.

Bonner, the author of “Social Exclusion” articulates the nature of neuron itself, and explains complicating sytems of neurons to the details in chapter 7. Incidentally, last week I happened to study “neuroplasticity” simultaneously in another psychology class and Buddhism class. Neuroplasticity is the most recent big discovery in neuroscience which proved that ‘Mind can even change the structure of brain.” Therefore, when I saw some illustrations of neurons and synapse in chapter 7of Bonner’s book, I expected that he would also cover this hottest theory, neuroplsticity, in regard to maladaptive behaviors.

However, despite of abundant neuroscientific terms, he seems to avoid ascertation that mind can change brain. Rather, his conclusions as a medical doctor rely more on biological basis as the chapter title indicates “Neurobiological basis of maladaptive behaviours.” He mainly discusses how pharmacological therapy could possibly be effective on maladaptive behaviors. In fact, his stance looks in favor of pharmaseutical industry’s interest, which created huge controverses.

There are several issues pointed out as problems of biological basis medication on mental illnesses. First of all, for a commercial purpose, pharmaseutical companies interven with psychiatric diagnoses. Takahiro Tozaki, a well-known victim of organized stalking crime, recently updated his thesis in his website “Nihongo dewa shirasarenai seishin-igaku no uso” (The deception of psychiatry which is never reported in Japanese language). He analyzes the commercial aspect of the secret crime of organized stalking, citing a renowned American medical doctor, Marcia Angell’s work, “Once upon a time, drug companies promote drugs to treat diseases. Now it is often the opposite. They promote diseases to fit their drugs.” (Tozaki, 2009; Angell, 2004) According to Angell’s research, Eli Lily, an international pharmaseutical corporation, made up new name, Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, for a women’s stressful state prior to menstrual. Their purpose was to promote the sale of Prozac, anti-depression medicine. The company merely changed the color of the pill, put the new name, Sarafem, instead of Prozac, and sold it for Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder with raised price. (Angell, 2004)

Secondly, due to rapid advance in neuroscience and development of technologies, each field of the mental problem studies has been too much specialized. Thus, “the various disciplines are becoming less accessible to researchers in other disciplines” as Bonner acknowledges (99). Consequently, the process of psyphiatrist’s diagnoses also became esoteric, which partly led to their fake diagnoses abused by immoral politicians. Concerning this issue, another worldly famous medical doctor, Thomas Szasz, once confessed:” Schizophrenia is so vaguely diagnosed that, in actuality, it is a term often applied to any kinds of behavior of which the speaker disapproves” (CCHR, 2012).

Thirdly, despite of the advance in scientific research on mental diseases, the true causes for maladaptive behaviors are atill undetermined. In other words, psychiatric studies are yet merely a cluster of hypotheses. Bonner implicitly admits this fact by expressing his ambiguous attitude in the sentences in his book. For example, he says: the study of molecular on mental health issues “are still yet to be elucidated” (116); deficiency in monoamine as a cause of depression “remains to be explored” (116); and biological processes of alcoholism “still need to be resolved” (118). Hence, a problem becomes clear that pharmaseutical corporations interfere with pharmacological therapy for their own interest, taking advantages of ambiguous conclusions of biological basis studies on mental problems.

  Lastly, even if some psychiatrists’ diagnoses are not faked, and assuming that pharmacological therapy does have an actual effect, there is still a problem. As Bonner explains, these medications are usually very expensive since its development involves expensive laboratory experiments. Thus, pharmacological treatments are often not available to economically disadvantaged people. Accordingly, socially excluded people are trapped in vicious circle.

Therefore, I would like to make contribution as a volunteer to socially excluded people. To support people in need without being paid, I write two blogs and join as editor a database blog, “Unprecedented Human Rights Violations.” In addition, I physically participate in volunteer work in the community. After all, sufferings of truly socially excluded people are hardly visible to the public. Shedding a light on the dark side of our society is my goal.



Angell, M. (2004). The truth about the drug companies: How they deceive us and what to do about it. New York: Random House.

Bonner, A. (2006). Social exclusion and the way out: An individual and
community response to human social dysfunction. Chichester, England:
John Wiley & Sons.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR). (2012) Retrieved on Oct. 11, 2012. []






『社会的疎外』の著者ボナーは、まず神経そのものの性質について明らかにし、また神経の複雑なシステムについて、第7章に詳述している。因みに先週私はたまたま 感情の心理学”“瞑想と科学の両クラスで同時に「神経可塑性」について学んだ。「神経可塑性」は最近の神経科学における大きな発見で、心は脳の構造さえ変えることが出来ることを証明したものである。故に私はボナーの本の7章の中でいくつかの神経とシナプスのイラストを見た時、この著者もまた、今話題の理論「神経可塑性」を、(社会的)不適合行為についての議論と絡めながら扱うのではないかと期待した。





The Writer of 『拝啓 ギャングストーカー犯罪者の皆様』(Dear COINTELPRO Criminals) and <集団ストーカーの死> The Death of Gangstalker; also Co-Editor of 「新しいタイプの人権侵害・暴力」 Unprecedented Human Rights Violation

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