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Make an appointment for help with your psychiatric health arrest.

"The person experiencing a behavioral health crisis will eventually receive a behavioral health assessment, an expensive bill and a referral to a Psychiatric Hospital or community service.


These systems of care environments trigger symptoms and stress for those experiencing a behavioral health crisis."

Behavioral Health Crisis Stabilization Centers: A New Normal

Abuse of Mental Health Stabilization

Targeted Humans are being kidnapped from their homes against their will for a political purpose and to further the destruction of their identify as a healthy normal part of society.

TI's must have an advance directive in case of being kidnapped for a "psychiatric evaluation".  It can help you avoid being forcibly drugged.

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Trauma is the goal of the TI Program




A violent traumatic arrest for a mental health exam is part of the TI program.

Think of what the NWO Agenda is:

Eliminate, assassinate, kill your enemies by eliminating them from society

(same thing Hitler did to the Jews).

You will be treated like a mental patient.

They take your personal items, your phone, won't let you contact anyone and put you under 24 hr watch without cause.


They have already decided what they will label you. Doctors and psychiatrists are told to label you.

They hold secret "hearings" where the TI has no representation or voice. They have no real evaluation. They have no advocate. They have no representation. They are not allowed to speak on their own behalf. The outcome was designed before the event. It is a fraudulent procedure.

The effects of the TRAUMA of having your home invaded, accused of being mentally ill, forcibly handcuffed, thrown around, put in a police car is a life changing event in the psyche of a healthy person.  The INJUSTICE of it will torment for the rest of your life.

The label of schizophrenic, delusional, paranoid, psychotic affects your job, your relationships and your feeling about yourself.

It changes your identity in society.


Do Not Let Their False Statements Stand

The police will make a false report.

They will say you did things you did not say.

They will say you did things you did not do.

Ask for paper and pen. Write your own account of events and submit it into your medical records.

Before you leave the hospital or shortly thereafter, write your own story and submit it into your medical records.




Nobody can do this for you.

One you are in the hands ot law enforcement and the process has begun, you must quietly and responsibly resist:

1.  DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING.  They will use your signature to make your insurance or Medicare pay their bill. If you don't have insurance, they will try to make you pay the huge bill after release and then sue for payment. You are not responsible for this.

2.  DO NOT AGREE TO A VOLUNTARY SUBMISSION OR RELEASE.  YOU HAVE BEEN ILLEGALLY DETAINED, ARRESTED AND KIDNAPPED! Signing anything that says you went to the hospital voluntarily will make you responsible for payment.

3. DO NOT AUTHORIZE RELEASE OF YOUR MEDICAL INFORMATION. This is your right to maintain your medical privacy. You have a right to seek treatment from your own physician. They have no right to perform medical procedures or treatment, including blood draws or CT scans.


  • "5150 (involuntary psychiatric hold)" – There are many instances of usage of California law section 5150, which allows for involuntary psychiatric hold based on the opinion of a law enforcement official, psychological professional (or many other individuals who hold no qualification for making psychological assessment), which have been challenged as being unrelated to safety, and misused as an extension of political power.[55][56] Wikipedia

Psychiatric Hold is Political

Silent UC Berkeley protester detained

By J.D. Morris | Senior Staff

Katie Rapp/Courtesy

Alex Kim, a UC Berkeley senior and Occupy Cal protester who took a vow of silence, was detained Sunday by UCPD officers on Sproul Plaza, according to eyewitnesses at the scene.

At around 4:38 p.m., a few officers approached a group of demonstrators sitting on the lawn in front of Sproul Hall and handcuffed Kim before taking him away, said junior Katie Rapp.

“I was so surprised,” Rapp said. “They just grabbed him.”

UCPD Lt. Alex Yao, spokesperson for the department, said in an email early Monday morning that he could not discuss the circumstances of the officers’ encounter with Kim.

“UCPD did have contact with Alex Kim on Sunday,” Yao said in the email. “However, due to privacy laws, I can not divulge the nature of the contact for Mr. Kim’s protection.”

Several demonstrators said Section 5150 of the California Welfare and Institutions Code was cited as the reason for Kim’s detainment. That section allows officers to take into custody any individual who “as a result of mental disorder, is a danger to others, or to himself or herself” and place them in a county designated facility approved by the State Department of Mental Health.

Though Yao did not confirm or refute whether Kim was detained under Section 5150, an individual who appears to match Kim’s description is referenced in the UCPD crime logs from Sunday.

According to the  log, a male student was “transported to JGP via Paramedics Plus for psychiatric evaluation” from Upper Sproul Plaza. The location mentioned refers to John George Psychiatric Pavilion in San Leandro. The case is classified under Section 5150.


1.  Prepare a Psychiatric Living Will.  This document expresses your right to choose your medical care and drugs. Have it signed by witnesses and carry it in your wallet.

2.  Do not expect help from police.  Do not call the police if you start hearing voices. They will escort you to the hospital.

3. Get Connected.  If you are alone, they can do anything they want to you without being seen. Attend conference calls. Connect with a TI organization.  Have names and phone numbers of people whom you can contact and who can contact you in a hospital. The more names you have, the more connected you will appear. If police appear at your door, call someone so they know someone knows what they are doing.  Stay on the phone and record your conversation.