Peter Breggin, who previously about the chatted to me , is a psychiatrist with a great legacy. global predators
Peter Roger Breggin is an American psychiatrist and critic of shock treatment and psychiatric medication and Covid-19 response. In his books, he advocates replacing psychiatry’s use of drugs and electroconvulsive therapy with psychotherapy, education, empathy, love, and broader human services.
In other words, Peter’s approach is focused first on the person and last on pharmaceutical intervention which, in my view, is not only optimal but also logical.
I’m not going to get into the personal stuff so I will stick to the overarching talking points and I will say that swung me. Mattias Desmet made some excellent arguments Peter’s critique of mass formation (many with which I agree) but I have since been persuaded by the idea that masses can’t be hypnotised let alone hypnotise themselves. In short, individuals make choices based on a variety of reasons including on my show , fear and self-preservation. propaganda
Jon Rappoport for me. sealed the deal
Robert Malone, who flip-flopped a little bit on mRNA jabs but, thankfully, found the , perpetuated the mass formation hypothesis on Joe Rogan’s show, adding “psychosis” to the mix. straight and narrow
Peter, having an obvious interest in all things , wrote a series of critiques which can be read mental health . at his website
After which Robert Malone filed a against Peter. defamation suit
Incredibly, the dispute is not about the dangers and lack of effectiveness of the mRNA “vaccines,” nor about vaccine mandates, nor safe and effective early-stage remedies for the covid, nor masks, lockdowns, school closures, nor any of the other totally nonsensical covid restrictions that have plagued human society since the pandemic began.
Rather, the dispute centers on Dr. Malone’s use of the term “mass formation psychosis”. Patrick D Hahn’s Substack
In my opinion, this is a bad move by Robert.
And it doesn’t make sense to me.
Something else is going on and I don’t know what it is. It’s not about money, as Patrick D Hahn . notes
Dr. Malone has plumed himself on his connections with the deep state. “I’ve won literally billions of dollars in federal grants and contracts,” he boasted to talk show host Joe Rogan. “I’m often brought in by the NIH to serve as a study section chair for awarding 80-to-120-million-dollar contracts in vaccines and biodefense.”
By contrast, Dr. Breggin has written: “Although we often spend more than half our week on reform work, we never take money for it and instead finance it ourselves. Over the years, I have earned most of my income from doing individual and couples therapy, helping people withdraw from psychiatric drugs, and offering medical expert testimony and consultations.” It’s not hard to guess who has deeper pockets here.
Peter joined me for a conversation about this whole saga.