Is the government trying to disarm veterans by encouraging them to admit to PTSD?
If you go to VA hospitals, you have probably noticed many posters and interview questions expressing concern about veterans who could be suffering from PTSD. You may be able to collect more disability payments if you admit to depression and PTSD but it may also result in a judgment of mental illness/disability against you by the federal government.
The author of this article suggests that there are "horrendous and ongoing efforts by the Veterans Administration to disarm American military veterans by declaring them incompetent to handle their financial affairs due to physical or mental disabilities. Once declared incompetent the veterans are arbitrarily stripped of their Second Amendment right to purchase, own, or possess a firearm."
Link to the article: Psychiatry as a Weapon of Tyranny
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