ADD, ADHD, ASD, PDD, CDD, ODD, CD, OCD, PTSD - The
pathology of behavior?
What these acronym have in common is a "D" for disorder. While usual attention is paid to the preceding letters, it can be interesting to stop and ask ourselves about the "disorder".
At the beginning of the Industrial Revolution when families were being de-constructed to obtain components for the factories, children who could not work as factory components were placed in a substitute factory, school. Since some parents were not enthusiastic to have their families destroyed, it was presented to them that this was a good thing since now their children would receive an education (presumably this would mean a future life of wealth and ease). The fiction that ability counts for naught and instruction accomplishes all continues to this day and is more widely held than it was at first.
Oddly enough the music video by Pink Floyd called, "Another brick in the wall" does a fair job capturing the essence of school. However, it has been observed that some children are not so easily processed. Rather than consider the mass processing of children as possibly a mistake, it was necessary to determine what "defect" there was in these children that made them resistant to processing.
In 1966 a psychologist and associate professor Sam D. Clements from Arkansas was hired by the National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Blindness with funding from the Easter Seal Society to be a consultant and published a report called, "Minimal Brain Dysfunction in Children". This was the point at which behavior started to be called a pathology and in need of medical "correction".
On the Bataan death march those captured soldiers who objected to internment or even were unable to keep up with the pace of the group were executed by the Japanese. Today those children who resist conforming to the school machine (or who have been targeted by teachers as uncooperative) are handled in a less brutal fashion more similar to the Communist political reeducation camps. With the aid of chemical treatment and corrective behavior modification, many more children can be successfully made compliant. The children who have been through such alterations should be thankful that electroshock and lobotomies are so expensive.
The irony may escape those who so proudly declare the value of diversity all the while they condemn anyone who thinks or behaves differently to medical correction and treatment.
God created many different types of people. This does not fit the homogenized global collective Satan is bringing to conclusion. For example, in a large family they may have a Downs Syndrome child. This may not be cruelty on the part of God, but an opportunity to draw the family closer together to care for their disadvantaged sibling. Today the child would most likely be aborted before it was born. However, if the child was allowed to live, it would most likely be dumped on the state to care for with tax money. Few people in our world today want to have to deal with someone who is burdensome or consumes resources (time, money, or otherwise).
In the world God created, we have to draw upon the love he gives us to share with each other. In the artificial society Satan created, we need to conform and be productive, or we need to understand that we will suffer the penalty for being different or burdensome.
Thankfully children today identified as non-conforming provide employment to legions of social workers. Once there is no more money to subsidize this industry, these children may be dealt with in a more pragmatic way such as established by the National Socialists.
Matthew 11:16-17 But whereunto shall I liken this generation? It is like unto children sitting in the markets, and calling unto their fellows, And saying, We have piped unto you, and ye have not danced; we have mourned unto you, and ye have not lamented.
John 15:19 If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.