Are speech errors accusations part of political interchange? What price medical corruption?

Are speech errors accusations part of political interchange? What price medical corruption?

Damascus : Syria | Jan 07, 2013 at 7:12 AM PST
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Assad is said to have had speech problems during speeches about peace plans or similar recent dialogue? This appears to be increasingly the pattern when they try to punish and mentally abuse opinion culture does not like. It is appalling ignorance and cruelty if a person has good opinion and is being punished.That is not to say Assad is of good opinion but they seem not to discriminate.

Corrupt medics and shrinks can be used to play with the mouth of the speaker they dislike. This should stop. Who will stop it? They got away with it for years.They killed Michael Jackson with extreme forms of damping down and dirty intimidation. Certain people are supposed to just die in all forgiving attitudes beneath them. There is no shame or sense of right or wrong.

Are shrinks in Britain and US using illegal speech altering and mind altering drugs to keep people they dislike quiet? Who is putting them onto it? Corrupt and dubious professionals who should have been told off for dangerous brash arrogance and bullying when kids? Who will develop a conscience and stop such practices? Anyone?

Tallott is based in Barnsley, England, United Kingdom, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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