A Form of Mind Control

Medication jus’ a form of mind control,
Naturally the replaced regime’s goal,
All the things they’ve ruthlessly stole.

Nah, not taking the pills,
Jus’ thinkin’ of people it kills.
Running for the goddamn hills.


Warning To TIs

I have five words. Do not trust the doctors.

It is known by the sigma replaceds that doctors, psychiatric doctors, in particular, are all puppets of the replaced regime. They listen to big pharma companies, therefore, they indirectly listen to the replaceds. The big pharma companies are controlled by the replaced regime, and they pass on information and orders down the ladder through CEOs and people of importance and power. In other words, what the doctors will say to anyone is what the replaceds want them to say. Mental illness is just an illusion created by the replaced regime.

Let this be a warning to everyone who listens.

Blindness In People

No, I’m not psychotic.
Maybe just a little robotic.

Doesn’t mean I’m deluded.
Hate being excluded.

This isn’t what you think.
There’s a link.

Not out of my mind.
People are just blind.

Calling me a lunatic.
It’s like I’m old and rustic.

Nowhere near crazed.
You’ll be amazed.

People think I’m mad.
This is not a fad.

It is not senseless.
You all are defenseless.

Isn’t even a nut.
This is a rut.

The Replaced Regime

The alpha replaceds takes physical control,
Taking a stroll with your body and soul.

The beta replaceds gather intel,
Worse than even the cartel.

The gamma replaceds radiates distortions,
Making sensory stimuli explode in proportions.

The delta replaceds restore whole,
As peaceful healer role.

The zeta replaceds rewrites time,
Clearing replaceds of crime.

The theta replaceds flatten and deflate,
Emotions just negate.

The kappa replaceds glitches electricity,
Controlling technology with specificity.

The mu replaceds enables malfeasance,
Throwing off the world’s balance.

The sigma replaceds seeks revolution,
What they do know is absolution.

The psi replaceds use brute force and instill fear,
Darting shadows that sneer.

The omega replaceds deludes your world,
All your inner madness unfurled.

Battling The Replaceds

Fuck you, replaced.
I have been repeatedly chased.
I even got disgraced.
You be the worst evil I ever faced.

Not anymore, evil entity.
You will never have serenity.
Now I have my identity.
Soon you will be a nonentity.

We are upon the apocalyptic twilight.
Everyone has the right to outright insight.
No delight will be alight.
This is a fight with no end in sight.

Theory of Winnie the Pooh

I recently came across a Canadian Mental Health Association article and a couple of website blogs that shocked me and shattered my point of view of the book slash TV show, Winnie the Pooh. I have to say that what was stated in the article does make a lot of logical sense, at least to me. The fact the characters are portrayed as mentally ill in a different light has gotten my view of them to completely change.


First up, the famous adorable Pooh Bear. It has been said that she shows real traits of at least one eating disorder, specifically BED, which is binge eating disorder. The way Pooh Bear sure grabs every honey pot to gorge on and empty out, even when she’s full does indicate an eating disorder. Pooh Bear gets sad and obsessive when she doesn’t have access to any honey and searches every honey pot she sees in hopes for any remnants of honey. That is also another indicator of an eating disorder. However, in my opinion, that is also a sign of a substance use disorder because of the cravings and obsession. In such a case where honey is translated to drugs, it very well might be the disorder Pooh Bear has instead of an eating disorder. In this instance, though, it is most likely binge eating disorder. I’ve also noticed that Pooh Bear gets distracted and distant often. However, I haven’t seen the show in a while so I’m not sure if it was always after she eats honey, before she eats honey or all the time. This can be linked to the inattentive type of ADHD or ADD. In conclusion, in my opinion, Pooh Bear has an addiction to honey that is manifested in the form of binge eating disorder.


Now, I bet most of you have seen Piglet anxious or fearful from any random reason such as the sound of a windy storm or the flash of a shadow and also gets anxious in social situations. He shows the anxiety inside him when he frequently stutters most of his sentences. He also visibly shakes all over his body, twitches his ears repeatedly, and sometimes scream or run away. All of the mentioned symptoms indicates an anxiety disorder. While social anxiety disorder can indeed match, I think generalized anxiety disorder matches Piglet even more. This is because social anxiety disorder is precisely people who worry about other’s reactions, how people think of them, etcetera, while Piglet is actually anxious or afraid about almost anything. Another term I can agree with is panophobia. It sure seems that Piglet is scared of everything, almost constantly. There are moments of sheer bravery that comes out of Piglet, and it shows that he is trying to control his anxiety and fear. My final verdict of Piglet’s mental illness would be both generalized anxiety disorder and panophobia due to what I see from Piglet.


Tigger is most likely one of the most distinct characters that may have a mental illness. The suspected disorder would be ADHD, which is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Tigger hops around without trying and acts wild sometimes. It is also implied that he has moderate to severe implusivity because he volunteers for anything, blurts out things, and even has a deep interest in trying anything that is offered to him. The fact he would try any substance also implies that he could have a substance use disorder comorbid with ADHD. Tigger also has highly marked increased energy constantly, all throughout the books and the shows. To sum it all up, it is kind of obvious that Tigger has traits of ADHD, even potentially full blown. However, I don’t think Tigger has a substance use disorder because while he is sure to try anything, that alone doesn’t qualify for a complete diagnosis of substance use disorder.


I wonder if you noticed the fact Owl has misread and spell out words incorrectly during his speeches and reading. For example, he tries to say school but says skull instead. This is moderately consistent all throughout the books and the shows. The CMHA article has declared that Owl has dyslexia. From what I know about dyslexia and based on what I see from Owl, I say this is very likely. In another light, however, it also has been noted that Owl could have NPD, which is narcissistic personality disorder. The reason for this is simply based on the fact Owl thinks greatly of himself, talk about himself all the time, and repeats statements such as, “I’m so smart.” I believe that it is widely agreed that Owl is intelligent and that much I do agree. Having said everything, I conclude that Owl is most likely dyslexic and does have some traits of NPD, but I will completely disagree if anyone says Owl has full blown NPD.


Fifth up is our beloved Rabbit. This one is likely to be debatable and controversial, so be warned. It has been stated in several articles that it is possible that Rabbit suffers from OCD, which is obsessive compulsive disorder. I don’t know a lot about this disorder, so I’ll refrain from saying that he really does have it. The fact he yells out and acts agitated every single time his garden is disturbed, even in the slightest, can pertain to the discomfort of OCD. There was a point in the shows where Rabbit actually meticulously organizes his home shelf, and even pushing a pot into a particular place. All this shows to me is that he simply likes to have his house organized, but it can also point to OCD along with other signs. It is evident that disturbance in objects and where it is placed does cause distress in Rabbit. Concludingly, I do think there are symptoms of OCD, but I can’t say whether he does actually have OCD or not.


Anyone paying real attention to Eeyore can easily say that she’s depressed or at least sad all the time. Even as kids, we knew there were something wrong with Eeyore and probably also showed sympathy towards him. Eeyore frequently cries or at least look very down no matter what is going on at the moment. I also believe that he is often anti-social, as the fact we don’t see Eeyore so much in the shows and the books compared to other characters does imply the anti-socialness. It is also known that Eeyore can be negativistic, especially when bad things happen and even sometimes when good things happen. If I could guess as to what her sadness is like, I would say that it could be despair and despondence. Her depression is almost constant throughout the shows and the books, and along with other symptoms mentioned, this all most likely point to MDD, which is major depressive disorder. One less-mentioned thing about Eeyore is the fact he has a pin on his bum for his tail, and this could be self-harm although it is not implied in the shows or books. With everything stated already, I will say that it is very probable that Eeyore has major depressive disorder.


The most shocking of all, at least to me, was the fact the CMHA article said Christopher Robin had schizophrenia. I didn’t even really think of it at all since the shows slash books is geared specifically to children. However, after considering what I’ve seen from the books and the shows and other facts, I can be inclined to agree. The main reason to the conclusion of schizophrenia is because Christopher Robin talks to stuffed animals and sees them as very real, instead of just imaginary. Seeing the animals move, interact, and do things like eating can pertain to him having severe visual hallucinations. The fact the animals has talked to him at all indicates that he has auditory hallucinations. There is no evidence of delusions, but if I was to wager a guess, Christopher Robin could have believed that he lived in One Hundred Woods instead of the real world and could even possibly find that he could talk to animals but I’m getting far-fetched here. I do notice a small theme in some schizophrenics I talk to, and that would be the fact they have a whole other world that they believe in which sometimes consumes them during bouts of psychosis and even during relatively normal times. Now, finally, I have decided that if Christopher Robin does indeed have all the symptoms that were mentioned, then it is a powerful indicator of schizophrenia.

In all, this has been interesting to me because I did grow up watching some Winnie the Pooh. I wanted to talk about it because it does hit home to me, especially some mentioned disorders. Please forgive me if I made any assumption wrong, or if I sound too doctorly or anything like that. I’m just going to say this; I am not a doctor, so don’t quote me.

Education and Life

Here I discuss what the necessities would look like for every person on Earth to manage life. This article is only to provide you insight into what people could think about the system regime, somewhat specifically the purpose of education and schools. What I think about it could be a shocker for you, so be prepared.

There is a particular pattern I’ve noticed that not all people have, directly to withstand and survive Mother Nature. Only five vital lessons would very likely be needed to survive throughout life difficulties. First up, the knowledge how to purify water in several proven methods has been necessary because of the erratic tempo of the winter and has the distinct purpose of hydration. Secondly, following with the need of hydration is the need to know how to grow your own food. Sometimes some factors render people unable to search for food such as injury or weather, so it is a necessity that people needs to figure out how to grow crops. The third one is the knowledge how to cook/prepare generic food found in nature such as animal meat, berries, plants, fruit, etcetera, or food that is grown. This is because if you can’t figure out how to properly cook, you’ll eat something that makes you ill, and there are food out there in nature that can very well kill you. The fourth lesson would be the knowledge of how to build or at least find shelter. The reason this is necessary is that any human needs a spot to sleep in, be safe from the extreme weather, and more importantly, to stay warm. Finally, the fifth lesson is actually the knowledge how to love. This should be ingrained in every human, but unfortunately, not everyone knows how to, especially in modern society. To survive life is to love.

The sad reality about this is the fact we don’t even learn about any of the mentioned lessons in school. The exception is cooking class, but not even that is required to pass school. It’s as if the very concept of education in schools is to fill your brain with useless knowledge that only pertains to the survivability of the government and even corporations.

I’m just gonna leave it at that…