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Click. New Senate bill proposes Federal mental health Courts and Federal mental health data base. (Will members of Congress be exempt?)

Click. Rep. Matsui shakes down Demo donors.  Blatant legislative extortion


Rep. Matsui shakes down Demo donors.  Blatant legislative extortion

The following is an article that appeared in the April 25, 2000, issue of
the Sacramento Bee, on page A4. Pay particular attention to what is
revealed  "between the lines":

Matsui links China trade, party support  High-tech leaders told: Don't bail out on Democrats

 By Herbert A. Sample
 Bee Washington Bureau

WASHINGTON -- Sacramento Rep. Robert Matsui, a strong proponent of permanent normal trade relations with China, is threatening to reverse course if the high-tech industry abandons Democratic candidates in this fall's elections.

Some leading figures in the industry were angered when House Democratic  leader Richard Gephardt of Missouri chose last week to unveil his opposition  to the controversial trade legislation, though Gephardt has promised not to  lobby other lawmakers.

 But Matsui, who is leading the effort among House Democrats to pass the  trade pact, argued that the timing of Gephardt's announcement actually was  helpful to the measure's supporters.

 That some industry officials would be infuriated by Gephardt "shows the  naivete of the industry generally," Matsui said.

 Matsui's comments highlighted the political undercurrents swirling around  the proposal to grant permanent normalized trade relations with China in  place of the annual congressional and administration review that is now  required.

 Labor unions, important financial supporters of Democrats generally,  strongly oppose the legislation. The high-tech industry, a tremendous source  of political contributions, strongly backs the pact.

 House Democrats, who are vying to win enough seats in November to take  control of the House, are counting on high-tech firms and the business  community in general to aid the five or six dozen House Democrats who are  expected to buck the unions and vote for the trade measure.

 Meanwhile, a large majority of House Republicans also back the trade measure
 and would like to gain more financial backers in Silicon Valley -- at the  expense of Democrats.


 This was not Matsui's first run-in with business allies over issues related  to the China trade pact. On two recent occasions, the congressman harshly  criticized the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for endorsing GOP candidates over  incumbent House Democrats who support the measure.

 "Just get out of it and leave us alone," Matsui said two weeks ago, calling  the chamber a "bloated organization that just perpetuates itself." The  Chamber has since endorsed some Democrats, reducing Matsui's ire, his  spokeswoman said.

 Gephardt's opposition to the trade pact was not surprising. But its timing  apparently incensed some high-tech leaders, said Jeff Modisett, a vice  president of the Technology Network, a coalition of 200 Silicon Valley chief  executive officers.

 "I think what happened is there is some problem with the timing of his  announcement, and some people are coming to a more harsh conclusion that  others are not coming to," said Modisett, who handles Democratic issues for  the network.

 But Matsui noted that Gephardt held his press conference in St. Louis, while  Congress was in recess and -- intentionally or not -- when it would compete  for press coverage with the anniversaries of the Oklahoma City bombing and  the Columbine High School shootings.

 "From my perspective, the timing of it was probably tactically the best time  in terms of the proponents" of the trade legislation, Matsui said.

 Modisett agreed, saying, "There is a great deal of merit to Representative  Matsui's argument."

 Matsui added that he would tolerate no more "gamesmanship on this issue." If  the high-tech industry "threatens Gephardt and the Democrats in terms of  sanctions for a position they knew of for some time, then I may have to  reconsider my position," he said.

 Michael Maibach, vice president of government affairs for Intel Corp., said  his firm's position had not changed because of Gephardt's announcement.

 "My company and most of the industry support people based on their  individual voting record," Maibach said. "Those who have the support of  trade will get our support."


 Now, consider what the above article reveals about how Matsui's votes in Congress -- that are important to the security and future of our country -- depend not on their merits but on campaign contributions and political  support. If that's not corruption, then what is?

 Matsui is opposed in the November 7, 2000, election by Republican Ken Payne.
 See http://www.kenpayne.org , call 916/215-7246, or write Friends of Key  Payne, 1731 Howe Av #459, Sacramento, CA 95825-2209, for more information.


Fw: S.B. 2639: TO MENTALLY HEAL ALMOST EVERYONE UNDER LAW
 
ARE YOU ONE WHO WILL BE DEEMED BY THE FED/STATE TEAM TO BE "MENTALLY ILL" BECAUSE OF YOUR BELIEFS? ONLY A MORALLY BANKRUPT, TOTALLY CORRUPT, BESERK, TOTALITARIAN ARISTOCRACY COULD DEVISE THESE PLANS!
 
After you read the post below, click on the following links and read how scary this whole 'MIND CONTROL' thing is, RIGHT now:
 
http://www.crossroad.to/text/articles/mc9-24-98.html
 
http://www.crossroad.to/text/articles/littleton5-99.html
 
http://www.crossroad.to/text/articles/zerotol.html
 
 
-----Original Message-----
From: A.C. <
To: Recipient list suppressed Date: Monday, October 02, 2000 11:38 PM
Subject: S.B. 2639: TO MENTALLY HEAL ALMOST EVERYONE UNDER LAW

This Senate bill does indeed aspire to the vision of a population totally altered by the scientific methods of "mental hygiene." Even the Bill's opening language so declares its vision for the future, interestingly enough. Only the Bill is now ready for consideration at some very near future date. The vision was originally Lavrenti Beria's, Stalin's Police Chief, and professor of psychopolitics. His speech about wiping a Christian population's slate clean was delivered to a group of hand-picked American students who were sent to Moscow for indoctrination in the 1930's.

Attached you will find S. 2639 which envisions a huge number of people (especially a great emphasis on numerous kids, minorities, the incarcerated, and Indian tribes) under the scrutiny of psychiatry and with that comes the little mind altering gifts psychiatrists adore giving: psychotropic drugs. Much has been discussed about the state religion of psychiatry. The state religion like most religions in general, aspires to convert all to its world view. The state religion, however, is allowed no separation from the state--in fact, its role is considered so holy, this State religion is about to become paramount almost, among institutions. It sentences you to worship at its humanist alter.

This state religion, especially if this Bill passes, will work to coerce your conversion to it, even most forcefully. With the newly "trained" decision of a police officer, or an emergency responder, or a fire fighter, a paramedic, a teacher and other school personnel, many newly trained community members, your primary care physician, you will be ordered to have your slate cleaned of your background traditions, values, beliefs (under the guise of mental healing) and with this clean slate, (tabula rasa) the State might just allow you to go on living your life with some relative bit of privacy or if your situation merits more special considerations in this Bill, you will qualify for Mental Health Court, where a team of neo Babylonian priest-like trained psyches, will decide your mind altered fate. Note carefully the huge emphasis on "integrating child welfare with mental health." The Congress finds, as the Bill reads, that "Presently, nearly 7,500,000 children and adolescents, or 12 percent of such population, suffer from 1 or more types of mental disorders."

Furthermore, that "in industrialized countries, mental illness constitutes 4 of the 10 leading causes of disability for individuals who are 5 years of age or older." Folks, this is a deadly serious matter. If it is possible that there are in fact that many mentally sick people in the US, mental health as it is so practiced within the strict confines of secular psychiatry, will not, has not, healed anyone. It has made well people psychotic, and it will make disturbed people ambulatory lunatics or quite dead. See first what one other individual has to say about the Bill and its connections. I have deleted his naughty expletives for your pleasure. Then please see the excerpts of the Bill I have copied or read entire Bill in attachment. ac

--------- Begin forwarded message ----------
From: "Dave Hartley" Subject: [CIA-DRUGS] Stop the implementation of Federal mental health
courts - KILL Domenici-Kennedy Bill
Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2000 04:26:55 -0400

A gang of criminals pushing drugs, who are already complicit in the CONSPIRACY to inflict Ritalin on a generation of children, and thus serving their masters, the pharmaceutical DRUGGING companies. http://www.nami.org/ And here's another bunch of sick .... who are also behind it: http://www.mhamerica.org/ (all in the name of the biblical god, of course)

Freakin' hypocrites aren't even able to live by their .... "commandments"
JUDGE NOT,
Do unto others,
Love thy neighbor, etc.

How do these dizzgusting excuses for human beings look at themselves in the mirror every day?!

The Ritalin Conspiracy must be OUT-ed with a vengeance. These psycho -chemical-NAZIS must be stopped.

Domenici-Kennedy Bill

You may or may not be aware of the Domenici-Kennedy Bill now before Congress. It is the most dangerous piece of legislation involving civil rights curtailment in many years.

It calls for the establishment of FEDERAL mental health courts. Any individual can be placed before on the sayso of a doctor, etc. Like the ones at the state level they will be rubber stamps. There is no such thing as a false positive with mental illness.

Domenici's wife (spelling?) was on the board of NAMI, a front company for the drug companies.

This bill also calls for the establishment of mental health centers in OUR schools (no choice here).

Buried within the bill will be a centralized database of anyone (potentially) who ever sought any sort of mental health treatment. The repercussions include infringements on the right to keep and bear arms.

We have seen this already. Gulf War vets with GWI were all given psych diagnoses. As a consequence the health records of close to 90,000 vets were turned over for inclusion in the FBI database. None of these vets, nor anyone living in their homes, has the right to posess a firearm. (By the way I bet the FBI is already going through the MBI database, MediCaid, etc.)

There is NO need for legislation like this. Not only will it affect the targeted individual it will affect that individual's family.

This has already happened in Canada. Some individuals have ended up in the database by accident or fraud. The government refuses to make corrections.

Of course these individuals will probably be forced into a lifetime of drug treatment.

We saw a similar legislation in the 1950's at the height of the cold war.

It was defeated then, but we have had ten years of the media aggressively falsely associating mental illness with violence.

Dave Hartley,
Senior VP
http://www.earthcomp.com
Pres,
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S. 2639

106th CONGRESS
2d Session
S. 2639

To amend the Public Health Service Act to provide programs for the treatment of mental illness.

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
May 25, 2000

The Bill describes a vision for the future that includes 8 areas, being--

(A) continuing to build the science base;
(B) overcoming stigma;
(C) improving public awareness of effective treatment;
(D) ensuring the supply of mental health services and providers;
(E) ensuring delivery of state-of-the-art treatments;
(F) tailoring treatment to age, gender, race, and culture;
(G) facilitating entry into treatment; and
(H) reducing financial barriers to treatment.


SEC. 592. IMPROVING OUTCOMES FOR CHILDREN AND
ADOLESCENTS THROUGH SERVICES INTEGRATION BETWEEN
CHILD WELFARE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES.

`(1) $50,000,000 to carry out paragraphs (1), (2), (4), (5), (6), and (7) of subsection (b) for fiscal year 2001, and such sums as may be necessary for fiscal years 2002 through 2005; and

`(2) $25,000,000 to carry out paragraph (3) of subsection (b) for fiscal year 2001, and such sums as may be necessary for fiscal years 2002 through 2005.

`SEC. 582. MENTAL ILLNESS AWARENESS TRAINING GRANTS FOR
TEACHERS AND EMERGENCY SERVICES PERSONNEL.

`(b) EMERGENCY SERVICES PERSONNEL- In this section, the term `emergency
services personnel' includes paramedics, firefighters, and emergency medical technicians.

`(c) DISTRIBUTION OF AWARDS- The Secretary shall ensure that such grants awarded under subsection (a) are equitably distributed among the geographical regions of the United States and between urban and rural populations.

`(d) APPLICATION- A State, political subdivision of a State, Indian tribe, or tribal organization that desires a grant under this section shall submit an application to the Secretary at such time, in such manner, and containing such information as the Secretary may require, including a plan for the rigorous evaluation of activities that are carried out with funds received under a grant under this section.

`(e) USE OF FUNDS- A State, political subdivision of a State, Indian tribe, or tribal
organization receiving a grant under subsection (a) shall use funds from such grant to--

`(1) train teachers and other relevant school personnel to recognize symptoms of
childhood and adolescent mental disorders and appropriately respond;

`(2) train emergency services personnel to identify and appropriately respond to
persons with a mental illness; and

`(3) provide education to such teachers and personnel regarding resources that are
available in the community for individuals with a mental illness.

`(f) EVALUATION- A State, political subdivision of a State, Indian tribe, or tribal
organization that receives a grant under this section shall prepare and submit an evaluation to the Secretary at such time, in such manner, and containing such information as the Secretary may reasonably require, including an evaluation of activities carried out with funds received
under the grant under this section and a process and outcome evaluation.

`(g) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be
appropriated to carry out this section, $50,000,000 for fiscal year 2001 and such sums as
may be necessary for each of fiscal years 2002 through 2005.

`(B) may establish and train a mobile crisis intervention team to respond to mental health emergencies within the community

`(1) provide for the timely assessment and treatment of individuals at risk for suicide;

`(2) use evidence-based strategies;

`(3) be based on best practices that are adapted to the local community;

`(4) integrate its program into the existing health care system in the community,
including primary health care, mental health services, and substance abuse services;

`(5) be integrated into other systems in the community that address the needs of
individuals, including the educational system, juvenile justice system, prisons, welfare
and child protection systems, and community youth support organizations;

`(6) use primary prevention methods to educate and raise awareness in the local
community by disseminating information about suicide prevention;

`(7) include services for the families and friends of individuals who completed suicide;

`(8) provide linguistically appropriate and culturally competent services;

`(9) provide a plan for the evaluation of outcomes and activities at the local level and
agree to participate in a National evaluation;

`(10) provide or ensure adequate provision of mental health and substance abuse
services, either through provision of direct services or referral; and

`(11) ensure that staff used in the program are trained in suicide prevention and that
professionals involved in the system of care are given training in identifying persons at
risk of suicide.

`(f) APPLICATION- A State, political subdivision of a State, Indian tribe, tribal
organization, or private nonprofit organization receiving a grant, cooperative agreement, or contract under subsection (a) shall prepare and submit an application to the Secretary at such time, in such manner, and containing such information as the Secretary may reasonably require. Such application shall include a plan for the rigorous evaluation of activities funded under the grant, cooperative agreement, or contract, including a process and outcomes evaluation.

`(g) DISTRIBUTION OF AWARDS- In awarding grants, contracts, and cooperative
agreements under subsection (a), the Secretary shall ensure that such awards are equitably distributed among the geographical regions of the United States and between urban and rural populations.

`SEC. 586. MENTAL ILLNESS OUTREACH SCREENING PROGRAMS.

`(a) IN GENERAL- The Secretary shall award grants, cooperative agreements, or contracts to States, political subdivisions of States, Indian tribes, tribal organizations, and private nonprofit organizations to conduct outreach screening programs to identify children, adolescents, and adults with a mental illness or a mental illness and co-occurring substance abuse disorder and to provide referrals for such children, adolescents, and adults.

`(1) to provide screening and referrals for children, adolescents, and adults with a
mental illness, especially for underserved populations and groups historically less
likely to seek mental health and substance abuse services;

`(2) to ensure that appropriate referrals are provided for children, adolescents, and
adults in need of mental health services or in need of integrated services relating to a
co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse disorder;

`(3) to utilize evidence-based and cost-effective screening tools; and

`(4) to utilize existing, or to develop if necessary, linguistically appropriate and
culturally competent screening tools.

`(e) DISTRIBUTION OF AWARDS- The Secretary shall ensure that such grants,
cooperative agreements, and contracts awarded under subsection (a) are equitably
distributed among the geographical regions of the United States and between urban and rural populations.

`(f) EVALUATION- A State, political subdivision of a State, Indian tribe, tribal
organization, or private nonprofit organization that receives a grant, cooperative agreement, or contract under subsection (a) shall prepare and submit to the Secretary an evaluation at the end of the program period regarding activities funded under the grant.

`(g) PUBLIC INFORMATION- The Secretary shall ensure that the evaluations submitted
under subsection (f) are available and disseminated to State, county and local governmental agencies, and to private providers of mental health and substance abuse services.

`SEC. 587. GRANTS FOR MENTAL ILLNESS TREATMENT SERVICES.

`(a) GRANTS FOR THE EXPANSION OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES-

`(1) IN GENERAL- The Secretary shall award grants, contracts, or cooperative
agreements to States, political subdivisions of States, Indian tribes, tribal
organizations, and private nonprofit organizations for the purpose of expanding
community-based mental health services to meet emerging or urgent mental health
service needs in local communities.

`(2) PRIORITY- The Secretary shall give priority in making awards under paragraph (1) to States, political subdivisions of States, Indian tribes, tribal organizations, and private nonprofit organizations that--

`(D) to provide services that are linguistically appropriate and culturally competent

`SEC. 589. MENTAL ILLNESS TREATMENT COMPLIANCE INITIATIVE.

`(a) IN GENERAL- The Secretary, acting through the Director of the National Institute of
Mental Health, shall establish a research program to determine factors contributing to
noncompliance with outpatient treatment plans, and to design innovative, community-based programs that use noncoercive methods to enhance compliance.

`(b) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There are authorized to be
appropriated to carry out this section such sums as may be necessary.

`SEC. 591. INCENTIVES TO INCREASE THE SUPPLY OF BASIC AND CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCHERS.

`(a) IN GENERAL- The Secretary, acting through the Director of National Institute of
Mental Health, shall develop and implement a program to increase the supply of basic
researchers and clinical researchers in the mental health field. Such program may include loan forgiveness, scholarships, and fellowships with both stipends and funds for laboratory investigation. Such program, in part, shall be designed to attract both female and under-represented minority psychiatrists and psychologists into laboratory research in the neuroscience of mental health and mental illness.

`(b) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There are authorized to be appropriated to carry out this section such sums as may be necessary.

`SEC. 592. IMPROVING OUTCOMES FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS THROUGH SERVICES INTEGRATION BETWEEN CHILD WELFARE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES.

`(a) IN GENERAL- The Secretary shall award grants, contracts or cooperative agreements to States, political subdivisions of States, Indian tribes, and tribal organizations to provide integrated child welfare and mental health services for children and adolescents under 19 years of age in the child welfare system or at risk for becoming part of the system, and parents or caregivers with a mental illness or a mental illness and a co-occurring substance abuse disorder

`(2) develop model curricula or expand existing model curricula to teach primary care
residents the relationship between physical illness and the mind and to effectively
diagnose and treat mental illnesses and make appropriate referrals to mental health
professionals which shall include--

`(A) the development of core competencies in the diagnosis, treatment, options and referral of individuals with a mental illness;

`(2) study the effectiveness and results of outpatient and inpatient involuntary
treatment of individuals with a mental illness, review existing laws governing outpatient
involuntary treatment of individuals with a mental illness, and if appropriate, propose
model State legislation to regulate such involuntary treatment;

`(3) study the effectiveness and results of promoting the inclusion of individuals with a
mental illness in their treatment decisions and the use of psychiatric advance
directives, and if appropriate, propose model State legislation; utilization of services for such individuals among diverse populations model curricula regarding neuroscience and behavior to enhance the understanding of mental illness.

Subpart 1--Mental Health Court Grant Program

`SEC. 2201. GRANT AUTHORITY.

`(a) PROGRAM AUTHORIZED- The Attorney General shall make grants to States, State courts, local courts, units of local government, and Indian tribal governments, acting directly or through agreements with other public or nonprofit entities, for up to 125 Mental Health Court grant programs.

`(b) PURPOSE- Such Mental Health Court grant programs described in subsection (a)
shall involve--

`(1) the specialized training of law enforcement and judicial personnel, including
prosecutors and public defenders, to identify and address the unique needs of
individuals with a mental illness who come in contact with the criminal justice system;
and

`(2) the coordination of criminal adjudication, continuing judicial supervision, and the
delivery of mental health treatment and related services for preliminarily qualified
individuals, including--

`(A) voluntary outpatient or inpatient mental health treatment, in the least restrictive manner appropriate as determined by the court, that carries with it the possibility of dismissal of charges or reduced sentencing upon successful completion of treatment; and

`(B) centralized case management involving the consolidation of cases, including violations of probation, and the coordination of all mental health treatment plans and social services, including substance abuse treatment where co-occurring disorders are present, life skills training, housing placement, vocational training, education, job placement, health care, and relapse prevention for each participant who requires such services.

`(c) CONSTRUCTION- Nothing in this subpart shall preclude States from implementing a system to divert preliminarily qualified individuals in law enforcement custody for nonviolent or misdemeanor offenses out of the criminal justice system and into appropriate treatment programs.
`(B) the Mental Health Court program will provide continuing supervision of treatment plan compliance for a term not to exceed the maximum allowable sentence or probation for the charged or relevant offense and continuity of psychiatric care at the end of the supervised period;

`(C) individuals referred to a Mental Health Court will receive a full mental health evaluation by a qualified professional;

`(D) the Federal support provided will be used to supplement, and not supplant, State, Indian tribal, and local sources of funding that would otherwise be available; and

2222. USE OF GRANT AMOUNTS.

`Amounts made available under a grant awarded under this subpart--

`(1) shall be used for mental health screening, evaluation, and treatment of individuals
detained or incarcerated in State and local correctional institutions; and

`(2) may be used to incorporate mental health screening and treatment into the State
and local probation and parole systems.

Subpart 3--Law Enforcement Mental Health Training
Grant Program

`SEC. 2231. GRANT AUTHORITY.

`The Attorney General shall make grants to States, which shall be used to train State and local law enforcement officers--

`(1) to identify and respond effectively to individuals with a mental illness who come
into contact with the criminal justice system; and

`(2) regarding the mental health treatment resources available in the community for
individuals with a mental illness who come into contact with the criminal justice
system.'.

(b) TECHNICAL AMENDMENT- The table of contents of title I of the Omnibus Crime
Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 (42 U.S.C. 3711 et seq.), is amended by inserting
after the item relating to part U the following:

`Part V--Mental Health Courts

`Subpart 1--Mental Health Court Grant Program

`Sec. 2201. Grant authority.