G. Edward Griffin, political lecturer & author of the seriously acclaimed book about the Federal Reserve, “The Creature from Jekyll Island,” goes over how psychiatry combines with politics to eliminate political dissent. In China today, political dissidents, whistleblowers and government petitioners are being identified mentally ill, put behind bars in psychiatric wards and subjected to electroshock– a method reminiscent of Soviet Russia. This practice is not limited to Russia, China, Cuba or Uzbekistan, all of which currently use psychiatric imprisonment of residents for political demonstration. In the UK, a specialized unit called the Fixated Threat Assessment Centre has actually been given the authority to put behind bars anybody who has offered threatening or improper communications to a member of federal government into a psychiatric ward. The assessment teams are comprised of police, psychologists and psychiatrists who have actually been offered the authority to assess, detain and implicate anybody into a mental facility– indefinitely.