CRIMINAL PSYCHIATRIC PRACTICES BILL
Act No1 of 2022
An Act to enforce the constitutional right to fundamental liberty and full lawful decision-making autonomy of all citizens under any psychiatric services, to confer jurisdiction upon the federal courts of Australia to provide injunctive relief against any discrimination of fundamental human rights by any psychiatrists and psychiatric staff against any citizens to be codified in The Criminal Code Act 1995, to authorize the Attorney General to institute criminal proceedings against all psychiatrists and psychiatric staff conducting forced and coercive treatments which are now human rights violations, to protect constitutional rights of all citizens in all public and private facilities and healthcare services in accordance with the Australian ratified United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), to establish a Psychiatric Practices Royal Commission to examine the extent of psychiatric deaths, suicides and morbidity, to establish a permanent Psychiatric Practices Commission to protect citizens against criminal Psychiatric Practices and Human Rights violations, to provide total unimpeded access to all psychiatric files and remove all ‘Privacy Act’ protections concealing psychiatrist malpractices and negligence, to prevent discrimination in any federal or state jurisdiction and provide all citizens with immediate unimpeded lawful access to programs to safely detoxify from all highly toxic psychotropic drugs (under the related ‘Clean-Blood Act’ No.2 of 2022) and for related and other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Australia in parliament assembled, That this Act may be cited as the ‘The Criminal Psychiatric Practices Abolition Act No. 1 of 2022’.
The Clean Blood Total Psychotropic-Toxins Withdrawal Service
Act No2 of 2o22
This is the initial outline of the specialist program for The Clean Blood Total Psychotropic-Toxins Withdrawal Service.
The aim of the service is to support any persons whether under a medical diagnosis or not who may wish to totally cease their Psychotropic-Toxins use and achieve improvements in their physical and psychological well being.
The service achieves this by providing a range of measures and interventions including:
The total removal of ANY-ALL psychiatric treating and or nursing staff from any contact whatsoever with the program participant and any contact attempted will involve serious criminal penalties.
Comprehensive assessment and an individual patient care plan; with overall management by accredited fully recovered peer-led psychiatric-regime survivors
Expert advice and information for GPs and an appropriate reducing regime in accordance with national recognised guidelines and best practice;
Short, medium or long term patient support, counselling and psychosocial interventions;
Collaborative working with Primary Health Care staff and other services; excluding psychiatry
Sessions are delivered from the GP practice or domiciliary visits