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Are we failing vulnerable young people?

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2 hours ago, Rushen Spy said:

No, the Isle of Man's elite are not "failing" vulnerable young people, they are ***deliberately*** assaulting them in an insidious and brutal form of class warfare.

Cheers Bernie. Tell me, how are the Palestinians?

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Next October? Why has it taken so long in the first place? These people live on another planet to the rest of us (though so do many scum on here).

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3 under 30 years old suicides already in June both male and female - there is a very visible and ignored mental health problem on the Island which massively out weighs the UK stats -  I don't have an answer or any suggestions but the Govt need to take urgent and immediate steps - it is endemic almost epidemic and requires immediate assistance.

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25 minutes ago, Mr Helmut Fromage said:

3 under 30 years old suicides already in June both male and female - there is a very visible and ignored mental health problem on the Island which massively out weighs the UK stats -  I don't have an answer or any suggestions but the Govt need to take urgent and immediate steps - it is endemic almost epidemic and requires immediate assistance.

What could they be doing?

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25 minutes ago, triskelion said:

What could they be doing?

Apparently getting appointments for help when people have issues is simply not worth the bother. Consequently a lot of people don’t seem to have anywhere to turn and that’s when the problems start apparently. 

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17 hours ago, MrPB said:

Apparently getting appointments for help when people have issues is simply not worth the bother. Consequently a lot of people don’t seem to have anywhere to turn and that’s when the problems start apparently. 

Some countries have a problem with "long waiting lists" and that's understandable. And then there's The Isle of Man, Where You can wait over a decade for an appointment.

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One thing you have to remember about the Isle of Man is that they're not trying to make things better. They want people to suffer, to perpetuate a permanent underclass of vulnerable people who have problems. We have a system that parasites off people being in need; it never looks to solve the underlying problems because the system is itself the problem and the system has to keep growing in order to keep a momentum. We live in a deeply disturbed society whose sickest members are not the people with mental health problems but the ones in power who are utterly insane and enjoy causing suffering to others. A bunch of those sickos having a debate amongst themselves in October is not going to fix anything when they're part of the parasitic system.

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Christ, for a moment I thought I was reading Barry Stevens

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1 hour ago, Rushen Spy said:

Some countries have a problem with "long waiting lists" and that's understandable. And then there's The Isle of Man, Where You can wait over a decade for an appointment.

Could you give an example of somebody who has waited over ten years for an appointment...

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14 minutes ago, Neil Down said:

Could you give an example of somebody who has waited over ten years for an appointment...

Yes.

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With the growth on Incel, MWGTOW, MRA, Red pill, etc culture on the internet, and the dangerous outcomes (several of the mass shootings committed in the US are a result of these toxic sub-cultures) that can result from it, we should be trying to head this kind of thing off at the pass now before it is too late.

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Yes, because labeling political ideologies as mental health problems has always proven a good idea throughout the history of totalitarian regimes.

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11 minutes ago, Rushen Spy said:

Yes, because labeling political ideologies as mental health problems has always proven a good idea throughout the history of totalitarian regimes.

Those "labels" are self imposed, and yes they are mental health problems and quite serious ones at that.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_Isla_Vista_killings

"Just before driving to the sorority house, Rodger uploaded to YouTube a video titled "Elliot Rodger's Retribution", in which he outlined details of his upcoming attack and his motives. He explained that he wanted to punish women for rejecting him and that he envied sexually active men and wanted to punish them for being sexually active.

After uploading the video, Rodger e-mailed a lengthy autobiographical manuscript to some of his acquaintances, his therapist and several family members. The document, titled My Twisted World: The Story of Elliot Rodger, was made available on the Internet and became widely known as his manifesto. In it, he described his childhood, family conflicts, frustration over not being able to find a girlfriend, his hatred of women, his contempt for couples, his disgust for interracial couples, and his plans for what he described as "retribution"."

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