Or, more specifically, to this poster:
People with “medical conditions” should be forced to wear high-visibility vests whenever they leave their homes. Then, the instant they start acting like twats, someone can immediately fill them in and/or hoik them off for a stint in the loony bin. For those who choose not to do so, they should be banged-up in jail. I hate the law allowing people to get off on all sorts of ridiculous technicalities.
If you don’t believe that mental illness exists, my friend, then get out there and campaign for the cessation of the public funding of psychiatry. Go on, I dare you. Take on the generals instead of the foot soldiers. And the protection of the mentally ill is enshrined in law. That is why we have psychiatric hospitals and secure hospitals. We’ve recognised that mental illness can cause people to lose control of their behaviour since the McNaughton Rule was devised. So in 1843 the law was more compassionate to sufferers of mental illness than it is now? I find that quite funny, in a really sick way.
By the way, you mention ‘medical conditions’ rather than mere mental illness: does this mean that you would force an elderly alzheimer’s sufferer to wear one of these ‘high-visibility vests too?
Just a taste of what some forms of mental illness can be like from the inside: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v…
Bipolar sufferers sometimes experience auditory hallucinations too.
The reaction to this story is truly quite horrifying.