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Sunday, December 20, 2015

SGI and brainwashing

When contemplating the disorganized thinking and disordered thought in SGI, several things come to mind: A nervous breakdown or an acute psychosis. This can be likened to a shortcircuit of the electrical system of a computer or even a toaster oven (because likening the SGI collective and individual leadership to a computer is too flattering). At first, mostly the brain works then mostly it no longer works, and finally it fails completely. Brain functions become disorganized and disordered. 

Certain ingested drugs too can bring on similar acute or even chronic psychotic reactions. LSD, STP, and other hallucinogens fall into one such class and PCP (Phencyclidine) falls into another (hypnotics) . An overdose of PCP makes one's brain and mind so ill that one can not think whatsoever, a process that can be likened to catatonia, the most severe mental aberration.. 

From their posts, we can see that SGI leaders are having a nervous breakdown of faith. They might as well be walking back and forth picking mushrooms off the floor [that aren't there]. They are forming meaningless thoughts and thus bizarre and inconsequential actions. This is reflected in their meetings that are centered around Ikeda and the mentor-disciple relationship rather than Buddhism, the Lotus Sutra, Shakyamuni Buddha, and Nichiren Daishonin. 

Brainwashing can cause an acute and even chronic psychotic condition leading to disordered thinking and disorganized thought. According to the DSM 5 guidelines of the American Psychiatric Association under "post traumatic stress disorders'', subheading, ''brainwashing and mental health'', it is stated that brainwashing may lead to acute psychotic reactions mimicking both schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. P.E.T. and MRI brain scans have revealed subtle adverse molecular changes in the brains of brainwashed individuals. Brainwashing has thus been proven to alter brain structure and function. However, I am not advocating thst SGI leaders and members have a brain scan because reality, as it is, obviates the need for expensive testing. 

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