Study: 1 in 5 Has a Personality Disorder. Smokers Are Mentally Ill.

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In the government’s quest to command and control the minds of children (don’t forget Bush’s “Freedom Commission“), here’s another study that hopes to set the stage for the mandatory drugging of the citizenry, along with garnering huge profits for Big Pharma. (Here’s another article on the Huffington Post.)

Almost one in five young American adults has a personality disorder that interferes with everyday life, and even more abuse alcohol or drugs, researchers reported Monday in the most extensive study of its kind.

The disorders include problems such as obsessive or compulsive tendencies and antisocial behavior that can sometimes lead to violence. The study also found that fewer than 25% of college-aged Americans with mental problems get treatment.

FOX News does its part to spread the propaganda and lies.

Oh, and for you smokers out there, nicotine dependence is a “mental illness” according to the psychobabbler from Columbia on FOX News. Dr. Lunatic says if you or your friends or family exhibit any signs of the personality disorders he mentions, the person with the “disorder” should seek a doctor or psychiatrist to obtain counseling, psychotherapy, or medication.

Quite honestly, I think I have a “wine dependence disorder.”

7:47 pm on December 3, 2008