Included below is another written message conversation between me and the other respondents from the other forum about the brutalities, cruelties, maltreatments, phsycial abuses, deliberate humiliations, derisions, ridicules, disparagings and other purposeful malicious acts administered, or rather inflicted deliberately upon the mentally-illed ones : -
Remarks From The Others :
Every day disabled and mentally ill people are abused in hospitals and care, don't you think we should do something about it?"
My Replies :
As a matter of fact, I fully echo your sentiments.
And, that's exactly the way we intend to deal with such inhumane people : -
"3 ) Getting the ones committing such brutal acts to get sent to the police, to get them sued by the authority, to get them stand trial for their crimes of aggravated assaults, grievous bodily harms, and maybe attempted murders etc, and then to get them punished by jail sentences like what I have suggested ?
As a matter of fact, we can't wait to choose the third option. Unfortunately, that would simply take the right time and the right opportunity as well as the right place for such a thing to happen eventually. "
However, in order for that to happen, we would need the ripe timing and the absolute as well as unanimous supports from most of the people worldwide.
So, we hope that most of you will give us your generous supports for such humanitarian causes of human rights and equal justices for everyone, particularly the mentally-ill ones who are unable to defend themselves at all.
Follow-up (With BBC Videos) :
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-27229367 - Care Homes : CCTV 'could be considered', Secret filming by BBC Panorama shows some residents being taunted, roughly handled and one being slapped etc. (please refer to the relevant video clips)
Whilst certainly and naturally, anyone would generally, objectively and reasonably agree and believe that the real-life cases of deliberate abuses as pointed out above is obviously and merely a small and tiny tip of the whole big iceberg of the topic elaborated in this and the prior post above.