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#23 Dec 29, 2012
The Grammar Checkers wrote:
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Ki GOGOT Sa?
Ade the bipolar medication is not working for you. Getting somewhat forgetful, are we?
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I can prescribe you some Lithium Carbonate.
The SCREWFIX IT TEAM

United States

#24 Dec 29, 2012
Patron5 wrote:
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I can prescribe you some Lithium Carbonate.
Are you a quack now? Can you do duck impressions as well?

Do as you're told, idiotic oat muffin munching GOOSE.
crap in Oz

Australia

#29 Dec 29, 2012
sid wrote:
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A few examples of indian insanity affecting hundreds of millions.
1. marrying a dog/donkey.
2. Aborting female foetuses
3. 100 nuclear weapons, no clean water or food.
4. Shitting in the street.
5. Bathing with corpses.
6. Drinking water with corpses in it.
7. Marrying little girls.
8. Dowry Murder
9. Caste system
10. Cow/rat worship
You are describing what bogans white racists do in rural and remote areas, you are a loser dickhead who can't face reality that 45% Australian suffer from some form of mental illness.

“Free Speech in a Free World ”

Since: May 10

AUSTRALIAN

#31 Dec 29, 2012
crap in Oz wrote:
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You are describing what bogans white racists do in rural and remote areas, you are a loser dickhead who can't face reality that 45% Australian suffer from some form of mental illness.
What is your mental illness ?

Since: Dec 12

Sydney

#32 Dec 29, 2012
UpyoursConvict wrote:
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They drive each other insane and try to hide it with arrogance when being told the naked truth.
Most annoying retards I have ever encountered and to deal with. they are really getting a high when they can pissoff some one for no reason whatsoever.
Apparently you suffer from a Victim Complex. People who suffer from a Victim Complex:

* Attribute most or all of their failures to events beyond their control

* Believe that the world, or a large group of people, are actively working to oppress them

* Are disliked by numerous people, all of whom allegedly 'misunderstand' the person in question

* Consider any challenge to their worldview a personal attack

* Attribute any sort of (perceived) negative action against them to 'prejudice'

* Are unable to accept criticism

* Centre their identity around a cause e.g. atheism, gay rights etc (in your case, the cause would be ridding Australia of 'Anglos'- good luck with that..

Do you recognise yourself?

That will be $250.00 please, cash preferred but will accept credit card.
The Truth

Abbotsford, Canada

#33 Dec 29, 2012
true real fact wrote:
<quoted text>As already stated, the word WHITE was added by YOU.
Because you're racist.
The FACTS do not say only WHITE people's stats were included.
Your alluding to my taking anti-depressants smacks of prejudice.
Too many Indians in Australia with mental problems.

After thousands of years of caste, burning their wives, killing their daughters, worshiping rats, and pooping on their own streets, of course they are considered mental in civilized nations.
Dr Charlie Teo

Australia

#34 Dec 29, 2012
Upto 50% Australians suffer from some form of mental disorder, the reason is due to socio-economic factors, large scale alcohol and drug abuse, domestic violence, incest, poverty, unemployment, poor education system, bullying, depraved and immoral society with focus on sex, nudity and drugs intake, absence of religious and moral teachings etc.

Illicit drugs 'can speed up psychosis'

Date December 30, 2012

YOUNG people at risk of schizophrenia can speed up the condition's onset by one year for every illicit drug they take, new Australian research has revealed.

The study found heavy users of cannabis, cocaine and amphetamines experienced their first symptoms at a younger age than those who abstained or took only one drug.

Cannabis is known to increase the risk of developing psychotic illnesses earlier, but this is the first evidence that taking additional drugs further accelerates the process.

The research, involving 167 men, showed the mean age of onset of schizophrenia for non-drug users was 23.3 compared with 22.5 for those who had smoked cannabis.

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Men who had used cannabis and amphetamines developed the illness at a mean age of 20.8, while the onset for those who used cannabis, amphetamines and cocaine was 19.6.

Published in the latest edition of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, the findings - involving West Australian psychiatric patients - have prompted calls for public health campaigns to warn young people against multiple drug use.

''If you can delay the age of onset of the illness in a person who is predisposed to schizophrenia, you open potential ways by which you can intervene early, and what our study shows is that these major drugs do indeed bring forward the age of onset compared with young people who never took drugs before they got ill,'' said the study's co-author, Professor Nikos Stefanis, from the University of Western Australia.

''Research shows that the longer a person is psychosis-free, the easier their condition is to treat when they start having symptoms.

''This study implies there is one or two years of potential intervention for young people who consume drugs. Public health messages should be focusing on vulnerable young people who are susceptible to psychosis and are taking drugs and we need to be saying, hey, this is dangerous stuff, it really brings forward the illness.''

Professor Jon Currie, head of addiction medicine at Melbourne's St Vincent's Hospital, said early use of drugs was a risk for all young people, not just those predisposed to schizophrenia, because the brain was still developing until the early 20s.

''These drugs can derail that normal development, which also means derailing the normal protective mechanisms, which stop you getting these mental health problems. The drugs can affect the brain's neurochemical systems but, more importantly, they may actually alter the plasticity of the brain and the wiring and connections and have physical effects, which can be long-standing,'' Professor Currie said.

While he welcomed the need for education campaigns warning of the risks of drug use, Professor Currie argued they should be ''reality-based'' to avoid turning young people off.

''We need to point out that it's not that you will definitely get a problem if you use drugs, because most people don't, but the message is that you are increasing your risk. It's a risk message and it needs to be a brain message. The message we give is simple, it's your brain, you need it, later in life you'll really need it, don't damage it now.''

Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/national/illicit-dru...
correction

Melbourne, Australia

#35 Dec 29, 2012
Dr Charlie Teo wrote:
Upto 50% Australians suffer from some form of mental disorder,
"UP TO" 50% of Australians suffer some form of mental disorder - MAINLY depression - at "some point in their lives".

Incorrect spammer.
correction

Melbourne, Australia

#36 Dec 29, 2012
And regardless of your "clever little" headline, it doesn't imply in any way that 'only' white people in Australia suffer from depression, bi-polar, drug abuse or, the one that turns YOU on, sexual abuse.

Incorrect spammer. Shows no compassion for anyone or anything!
Sad but true

Australia

#37 Dec 29, 2012
correction wrote:
And regardless of your "clever little" headline, it doesn't imply in any way that 'only' white people in Australia suffer from depression, bi-polar, drug abuse or, the one that turns YOU on, sexual abuse.
Incorrect spammer. Shows no compassion for anyone or anything!
This is a FACT that 50% Australians suffer from various mental conditions including depression, anxiety, psychosis, ADHD, Schizophrenia, bipolar, epilepsy, neurosis etc. The corrupt, depraved and immoral society is much responsible for such a pathetic and sorry state of affairs.

Since: Dec 12

Sydney

#38 Dec 29, 2012
crap in Oz wrote:
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You are describing what bogans white racists do in rural and remote areas, you are a loser dickhead who can't face reality that 45% Australian suffer from some form of mental illness.
"Of all people with a mental disorder in 2007, just over one-fifth (21%) had a severe disorder, one-third (33%) had a moderate disorder and just under half (46%) had a mild disorder."

ergo - 46% had a 'mild disorder' which not too long ago would not even have been regarded as 'mental illness'.

And yes - illegal drugs can exacerbate mental problems, tell us something we don't know.

Go peddle your bullsh*t elsewhere.
Sad but true

Australia

#39 Dec 29, 2012
http://www.alcohol-rehab-info.com/alcoholreha...

AUSTRALIANS rank among the world's worst abusers of alcohol, with few ... rates for alcohol use disorders in Australia are some of the highest.
A new study finds that at least one in five Australians (or 3.5 million individuals) is experiencing alcohol-related problems, including abuse, dependency, and behavioral problems. Australia’s national rate of alcohol abuse is now one of the highest among the world, parallel to New Zealand and the United States. Despite the high prevalence of alcohol-related problems, the study also finds that Australians are very reluctant to seek treatment. Researchers at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) at the University of South West Wales, Sydney, have reported on Australians’ lifetime alcohol use in their latest study published online in the scientific journal Addiction
Sad but true

Australia

#40 Dec 29, 2012
Australia has one of the worst ‘legal' drug problems in the world, this being alcohol. Reports show that Australians spend a few billion dollars every year on alcohol. This heavy consumption is causing numerous health problems like brain damage and liver damage, not to mention the alcohol related accidents.

The National Drug Strategy household survey results in 2007 reported more than 1.2 million Australians had used a pharmaceutical drug, "for a non-medical purpose".

Now some experts believe as many as 100,000 Australians may have a problem with prescription painkillers.

This is not unique to Australia; prescription drug addiction is a problem worldwide. US authorities talk about a modern-day epidemic where prescription drug addiction is killing more people than crack cocaine in the 1980s and heroin in the 1970s combined.

And in Australia we are heading down the same tortuous path. Here one of the most common prescription drugs abused is the painkiller OxyContin.

Read More:-
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/opinion/prescript ...
Sad but true

Australia

#41 Dec 29, 2012
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2008-02-21/almost-...

Almost half Australians can't read, write: survey
It seems improbable, but an international survey indicates that nearly half of all Australians can't read or write properly.
The survey, which involved analysts from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, found that 7 million Australians are below the acceptable benchmark for understanding their own language.
And 70 per cent of the population does not adequately understand how numbers work - limiting their ability to perform basic tasks like reading medicine bottles.
Fifty-one-year-old Barbara left school at the age of 15, not able to read or write properly.
When she joined the workforce she was able to hide the problem, but it wasn't always easy.
"Once I was working for a company and I had to get up on stage and introduce people from little cards, you know their names and that, and I couldn't pronounce their names because I couldn't spell them and I couldn't read them," she said.
"That was just humiliating, that was. That was probably the lowest point I reckon."
Sad but true

Australia

#42 Dec 29, 2012
Dole Bludgers: 1 out of 6 Australian on Dole.

First, the boardshort bludger that simply refuses to work. Alarmingly, one in six Australians are now living off the dole paid by you, the taxpayer.

Tim Noonan spent one week with the self-confessed surfing bum who has no complaints about the system that supports him.

"I am working; I'm working on me tan! A bad day at the beach beats a good day at work, that's what I always say. Everyday is the ultimate holiday, you know, you can make it like that for yourself" says Justin.

"They don't see it as fraud. They don't see it as illegal. They see it as a privilege" says Ken Gamble.

"The system is failing when someone is deliberately bludging on our country" says Senator John Williams.

"It used to be the John Howard surf team and now it's the Kevin Rudd surf team" adds Justin.

It's a team funded by taxpayers. Riding the welfare wave at Byron Bay, while the rest of us pay their way.

Surfer, Justin Sheridan, is an expert at beating the system. He knows Centrelink backwards and how to scam it and us.

Living an endless summer, he refuses to give up.

At 36, years of subsidised surfing has made it difficult for Justin to ever adjust to full-time work.

"I've tried the 9-5 thing, behind the desk and it isn't me. I'm no dummy. I did the HSC; I went to a Catholic school. I used to go to church and sing, I was an alter boy. I just find that this out here, surfing and living that lifestyle… it's hard to steer away from."

"I thought live now, surf now and then later on clean a caravan park, take on a job that it's mundane and no one really wants to do it and be happy with the fact that you've had a great youth."

Centrelink abuse costs Australian taxpayers billions of dollars every year.

Read More:-
http://www.7perth.com.au/view/today-tonight-a ...
The Anti-Muhammad

Greensborough, Australia

#43 Dec 29, 2012
Does anybody read Sad But True's Posts?
sid

Brisbane, Australia

#45 Dec 29, 2012
Sad but true wrote:
Dole Bludgers: 1 out of 6 Australian on Dole.
First, the boardshort bludger that simply refuses to work. Alarmingly, one in six Australians are now living off the dole paid by you, the taxpayer.
Tim Noonan spent one week with the self-confessed surfing bum who has no complaints about the system that supports him.
"I am working; I'm working on me tan! A bad day at the beach beats a good day at work, that's what I always say. Everyday is the ultimate holiday, you know, you can make it like that for yourself" says Justin.
"They don't see it as fraud. They don't see it as illegal. They see it as a privilege" says Ken Gamble.
"The system is failing when someone is deliberately bludging on our country" says Senator John Williams.
"It used to be the John Howard surf team and now it's the Kevin Rudd surf team" adds Justin.
It's a team funded by taxpayers. Riding the welfare wave at Byron Bay, while the rest of us pay their way.
Surfer, Justin Sheridan, is an expert at beating the system. He knows Centrelink backwards and how to scam it and us.
Living an endless summer, he refuses to give up.
At 36, years of subsidised surfing has made it difficult for Justin to ever adjust to full-time work.
"I've tried the 9-5 thing, behind the desk and it isn't me. I'm no dummy. I did the HSC; I went to a Catholic school. I used to go to church and sing, I was an alter boy. I just find that this out here, surfing and living that lifestyle… it's hard to steer away from."
"I thought live now, surf now and then later on clean a caravan park, take on a job that it's mundane and no one really wants to do it and be happy with the fact that you've had a great youth."
Centrelink abuse costs Australian taxpayers billions of dollars every year.
Read More:-
http://www.7perth.com.au/view/today-tonight-a ...
Of course the social security system gets abused by some in australia but unlike india being poor,uneducated, unemployed or in illhealth does not sentence you to a slow miserable death in the gutter.

“No carbon dioxide tax”

Since: Feb 10

bullet-proof tiger

#46 Dec 29, 2012
Where did malbarcacca boy go?
The Anti-Muhammad

Greensborough, Australia

#47 Dec 29, 2012
The Link Checkers wrote:
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Sad But True, so you have direct access to the owner - post all your correspondence and your means of communication with him/her this instant and then tell us:
Why does this get censored all the time Topix?
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/australia/TB...
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/australia/TH...
Your IP Address too!

Since: Dec 12

Sydney

#48 Dec 29, 2012
The Anti-Muhammad wrote:
Does anybody read Sad But True's Posts?
No - but he lives in hope. It's kind of pathetic, he spends so much time gathering material to slag off Aussies but nobody seems to give a flying f*k.

I respond to him from time to time, just to make him feel that someone cares about him and his sad obsession with white Aussies.

Thats cos I'm a very kind person :)

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