Posted by Lou Pilder on March 25, 2010, at 13:27:19
In reply to Lou's response-psownmhentlhellth, posted by Lou Pilder on March 25, 2010, at 13:04:33
> > Dr Bob are you familiar with the holocaust denial laws? No matter what your intention I do not believe you are entitled to outlaw the mention of the Nazis in a factual manner even on your own forum. This forum is seen in Europe where such things are taken quite seriously.
> > Please consider carefully.
> It is written here.[...suppress...]
> I ask;
> A. If Mr. Hsiung can supress the mention of one thing, can then he supresss other things?
> B. If so, what could be the criteria to be able to suppress anything?
> C. Is it a sound mental-health practice to suppress what is supressed here?
> D. other questions if these are answered
There is much more to this here. You see, there was a discussion concerning this and I objected to the supression. Mr. Hsiung then rescinded his directive to me and posted that it is fair enough. But then he posted that I was uncivil even after he rescinded his directive to me. I am asking for him to rescind his posting that I am uncivil. But until he does that, if he does, I am under the threat of expulsion if I post how xxxxx used chemical compounds in relation to what Mr. Hsiung includes in his medicine board, which is to suppress that education to the members there.
Now that brings up as to what could be the possibilities that Mr. Hsiung has reason to prohibit me from posting such on the medicine board that could keep the members from knowing what it is concerning the chemical make-up of some psychotropic drugs as to how the xxxxx used those chemicals?
Could not the members knowing that help them in making a more informed decision as to if they want to take the chemicals or not into their system by seeing what those chemicals did historically? And if so, could that not be supportive and educational to the members here? Could they not make their own determination for that? Why the suppression on the medicine forum?