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“Psychiatry: An Industry of Death” at the Scientology Clubhouse, 839 Howard

Monday, May 18th, 2009

What’s that? You’ve missed out on seeing “Psychiatry: An Industry of Death” at the Church of Scientology Clubhouse on 839 Howard betwixt 4th and 5th Streets? It’s just a stone’s throw from the American Psychiatric Association convention – let’s take a look.

Now this was the scene in front of the APA convention Saturday, when members of Anonymous protested against the Scientologists, who were protesting against the psychiatrists. Click to expand:

But then the action moved a block over. Can you see the building? It’s betwixt the AFL-CIO and our Buca Di Beppo.

And we’re in – nice hardwood flooring.

Uh oh, psychiatry takes a hit:

Here’s the pitch they might have used on Tom Cruise and about 10% of Hollywood. Click to expand (Frances Farmer, hello nurse.)

1. Collect receipt books.

2. ????

3. Profit!

See you there.

5/16-5/23: “Psychiatry: An Industry of Death” exhibit (downtown / civic / van ness)


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Date: 2009-05-06, 12:52PM PDT

May 16th to 23rd
An exhibition and documentary about the Cause of Senseless Violence in our Communities

“Psychiatry: An Industry of Death”

America has been wracked with senseless acts to violence. Mental health budgets are spiraling out of control.

In this authoritative overview, the “Psychiatry: An Industry of Death”
Exhibit and Documentary explores the roots of this violence. See the parallel between the increase in psychotropic drug usage and violence in our communities.

Warning: this exhibit documents the graphic and horrific stories of psychiatric abuse. Young children could be frightened and parental guidance is advised.

Sponsored by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (www.cchr.org)
Get the FACTS

Come see “Psychiatry: An Industry of Death”
839 Howard Street, between 4th and 5th Streets
Admission is FREE!
The exhibit is open May 16 through 22 from noon until 8:00pm
On May 23 the exhibit is open from noon until 4:00pm
info@cchrsf.org