By Chelcie- opinion- submitted
How far would someone have to go to hurt your children before it crossed a line not only for you, but for the entire community?
Would it be bullying? Assault? What about electro convulsion therapy, to intentionally cause grand mal seizures, in the name of “suicide prevention treatment”? What about psychosurgery, lobotomy or brain surgery? If someone ever tried to subject our children to such a horrific experiment, one would think that we would absolutely come together to put a stop to it. Now here is an even bigger question for you, what if your own local government, and mental health clinics were already doing it? What if they had already been doing it for some time? What if they had been doing this under the radar without you even knowing?
Utah Code R523-8-5 and your children
According to Utah Code R523-8-5, backed by The Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health, The Utah Department of Health and Human Services has been giving electroconvulsive therapy and lobotomies specifically to children in order to treat suicidal thoughts and destruction of property as a mental health illness through “behavioral health.” What makes this even more concerning is how the code has been amended over the years.
It began with electroshock for adults, was amended from adults to children specifically, and then the electroshock was amended to read electro-convulsion with the purpose of intentionally inducing grand mal seizures. Utah bill H.B. 109, which did not pass, was the legislators attempt to make this code not quite as bad. It states that any death within 14 days of treatment, resulting in brain hemorrhaging, cardiac arrest, and other electroconvulsive causes of death, requires reporting of autopsies to the state. In short, they know this is killing our children and they are doing it anyway. It’s safe to assume most people thought this form of mental health “treatment” was done away with after the dark ages. Clearly it is not in Utah.
R523-8-5 also states that, if a guardian refuses this treatment, the department can schedule a hearing where two “Fact Finders” will be appointed to hear arguments and make a final decision. If the Fact Finders decide that it is “in the best interest” of the child to be subjected to these treatments, they will “authorize” the treatment to be scheduled and the child will then be forced to begin these treatments within 48 hours of the decision.
We need to talk about this, when do two random un-elected (even if they were elected still not okay) individuals know what’s in the best interest of our children better than we do as their parents? Furthermore, in order to check the child into an in-patient care system, at an approved mental health clinic to receive this horrific therapy, the guardian is also forced to sign custody of their child over to the mental health “authority”or to the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health.
This brings to question the terminology we are using. Language is important and we need to look at why we are labeling state government public service agencies who work for us, as authorities. They can call themselves authorities all they want but the truth of the matter is none of us have ever signed our authority over to them.
Second, when did we agree to our due process system, within a court of law, to be stripped into nothing more than two appointed Fact Finders to make an authoritative decision like this for our children?
Looking further into this and how this code was made and passed I found the Utah Code giving these various departments the power to get away with this, was passed into law without going through our state House of Representatives to be voted on. Yes, you read that right.
Instead, this alarming code was made through a non-legislative committee that was created five decades ago, by legislation, called the Office of Administrative Rulemaking Act. This committee is able to make rules of their own and pass them into law by:
- Making a public post through the Office of Administrative Rules via a publishing page
We are pretty sure most of Utah residents are completely unaware of this.
Utah Code 63G -3-2 gives these rules the power to “have the effect of law.”
If this isn’t enough to make your heard spin, a series of SHARP surveys are given to kids at school. In these they ask them very intentional, specific, and ugly questions in order to gather data on if they fit the criteria for these treatments or not. The survey starts in 6th grade and asks students questions about their prior substance use or drug use curiosities, if they or their friends have ever damaged or talked about damaging property, if they or their friends have ever stolen anything or thought about theft, and of course all sorts of self-harm questions including the following: if they have ever burned, cut, or hurt themselves physically (or if they have ever thought about it). Those are followed up by questions about if they are ever sad, anxious, depressed, or thought about suicide. Lest you think it stops there it does not. They ask surrounding questions such as how many guns are in their home, or questions about home life including how many siblings they have at home and they expose them to the term transgender.
You can access a list of these survey questions here.
Who is behind these surveys? Well that would be our state Department of Health and Human Services.
This probably has you asking the follow-up question: How did we get here?
Let’s take a look at Utah
Utah has a new “health crisis” battle cry being echoed throughout government agencies, non-profits, mental health clinics, corporations, other stakeholders, and even our House of Representatives. In fact, nearly every single one of Utah’s governmental departments are repeating the same cry. That cry is called “behavioral health.” Heard of it? Behavioral health is focused around an individual’s behavior…obviously. The concept of behavioral health is that, if an undesired behavior is seen in someone, then psychology can be used to fix that unwanted behavior. Now, this can be used as a good thing when trying to teach kids not to hit or bully others etc.
Not too long ago, that would have just been called ‘being a kid’ and learning from choices and consequences as we grow. However, it’s now been termed “behavioral health” by the World Economic Forum and the American Psychiatric Association.
As one might imagine this has sent a movement through companies and government agencies in our country who are partnered with them. Unfortunately, this new term has taken a very dark turn for Utah. It is now used to achieve a “desired behavioral outcome.” In other words, you can modify a child’s behavior and thought process to what you want it to be, via the means of manipulative psychology.
The Teachers Toolkit- Schools and Mental Health
Schools are now using something called Game 2 Game via The Teacher Toolkit which is a resource for teachers to use the desired behavior outcome method.
The Game 2 Game instructions for teachers include how to play games with kids in class and use a reward system to praise certain behaviors and thought processes. These include conforming to the use of pronouns, transgender and critical race theory ideology, and a specific narrative regarding climate change as the vehicle to fundamentaly change our country. The game’s guidelines also instruct teachers to ignore students with “undesired behavior” or opposition to these ideologies.
Due to Utah’s checks and balances being obliterated (unconstitutional) by the merging of government departments (Ahem Cox), The Department of Health and Division of Mental Health merged with The Department of Human Services and the Division of Substance Abuse to create the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health under the Department of Health and Human Services. Look at all that funness.
The new boards and committees of these departments include members of the legislator, lawyers and judges, and the governor’s cabinet. Legislation also gave Gov. Spencer Cox the authority to appoint almost every member to each board. Side note the governor and legislators are now participating in something our U.S. Constitution prohibits.
The merging doesn’t stop there. Governor Spencer Cox’s cabinet member, Tracy Gruber is very excited about the merging of agencies under Cox’s new State of Reform Collaborative. It is a pretty bold move to actually call the operations of the collaborative State of Reform. Likely it’s safe to say most Utahns are NOT OK with our governor taking over and reforming our state and healthcare system however he sees fit, and admittedly in the favor of stakeholders. All this has been done with little to no vote or approval for us (their constituents).
Mental Health clinics, such as the one at Intermountain Healthcare which offers gender reaffirming hormone blockers and surgery, also offer Electroconvulsive “Treatment”. Electroconvulsive and psychosurgery were only able to be implemented into the same category under the guise of behavioral health (wonder how much money they’re making).
If it has to do with your behavior, it can now be tied to a mental illness no matter how insane the reason for connecting the two may be. This is because behavioral mental health supposedly includes what the World Economic Forum, UNESCO, and Governor’s Cox’s team all refer to as “risk factors” and “social determinants.” What are these risk factors and social determinants? Let us tell you, they are items that these organizations have decided can affect a person’s state of mental well-being. Naturally, that would include depression, anxiety, and other emotions that lead to suicidal thoughts and behaviors. The World Economic Forum and UNESCO have determined that the internet, along with transgender and racism issues, contribute to suicide in children. While that can certainly lend to mental health so can manipulation. The WEF, media and others are pushing these ideologies into the public, and on children. They have even gone so far as to reach out to municipal and community level non-profits and organizations to advocate for their ideologies.
A group who presented to our state Legislation during interim session discussed their findings of a “research study” they did through the Utah State Hospital, who administers electro-convulsion and lobotomies. This was sponsored by our former governor Mike Leavitt. They spoke about the new popular “trauma-informed approach” which allows kids to choose their own treatment and to receive support from a peer who has had major trauma issues along with the rest of the community and a therapist or counselor.
Now lets go over that for a moment. Does it seem strange to treat supposed trauma using this system as opposed to actual licensed psychologists? The team they mention in their research would complete 20 hours of training, compared to a well trained and educated traditional psychologist.
In the presentation they go over specifically targeting black and transgender people and kids. They mentioned that they were disappointed with the results of the survey because 60% of those they interviewed refused to “admit to their unconscious bias.”
The end results is they want to bring this ideology, and mental health clinics, directly into our schools via a house bill they have a sponsor for. Why do we need “health coalitions” and non-profits (NGOs), and others involved in our kids education?
It’s no secret that our kids are being targeted by these ideologies. They have been subjected to things like an elementary school principal, in Atlanta, segregating her elementary students by race just last year, or teachers putting up Safe Space stickers to let their students know they will support transgender ideologies and curiosities without letting their parents know. We won’t even get into the material being shown to children that even adults would blush at.
Students are also given access to these types of resources through teachers and community members through the Safe Space Toolkit via fieldtrips and after school programs. Kids are being invited to transgender events, hosted by adults, which prohibit parents from attending. Several businesses have been asked to put up LGBTQ stickers, in their windows, through Encircle, in order to signal to LGBTQ kids and teens that they are welcome there. While we should all be accepting and loving of every child, it does not mean we should be allowing businesses to invite our children into their buildings, solely due to knowledge of a child’s “sexuality.” In case people have forgotten, in the name of “diversity” and “inclusion”, there are still predators out there who would very much love to take advantage of our children’s’ vulnerability and sexuality.
These organizations should know better; given the fact that they are weighing in on, and making calls on the mental health of our children. They are also working with and taking advice from mental health clinics, who practice and administer electro-convulsion therapy to children.
Lest you think it is only 6 years and up it is not. Utah daycares are given subsidies and grants, through the Department of Workforce Services Office of Child Care. These are to implement what is called a “high quality rating” routine into their daycares. One of the requirements specifically for two year olds, under “early learning” and “early development” programs, is to make sure that there are plenty of clothing and props to dress up and play in all gender roles. This doesn’t seem to be much of a threat all on its own, but when you couple it with everything else, the Office of Child Care’s Screening for Child Development, and the coordination between state agencies to be involved with the mental health of children, during every stage of their growth and development, it starts to paint a little darker picture.
The most invasive part of this is that these departments work together and across agencies to share the data they have collected on your children with eachother. Did you know that our state governor’s cabinet admittedly uses Athentia Cloud which tracks data collection on students for governments?
Several Utah Mental Health Strategic Plans, including the Utah Division of Health & Substance Abuse’s 2019 plan, have been laying the framework to integrate behavior health into our schools and communities.
These plans mimic the World Economic Forum Global Governance Toolkit for Digital Mental Health white papers. These white papers go back for decades but you can see their most recent mental health paper here.
It is alarming that a global non-government organization wants global access to governance over all children’s mental health. Isn’t that supposed to be left to each individual country, state, and ultimately to the parents (we the people) to determine who “governs” the mental health and safety of our children?
Why are our Utah government agencies, those sworn to protect our constitution, allowing an organization that we never elected to make these decisions for us? How is it that we got to a point where, as gate-keepers guarding the gate to our government processes, allowed them to sneak this through Utah’s back door?
We can no longer “sleep” and be unaware or uninvolved in our government. The time has come to be fully engaged and present. You must start paying attention, going to meetings, communicating with your public representatives.
If our childrens well being doesn’t matter than we are truly doomed.
BLOG LINKS EXPLAINING THIS PROCESS WITH HYPERLINKS TO SOURCES (UTAH STATE CODE ALLOWING THIS IS HYPERLINKED IN THESE BLOGS):
If you would like to see the presentation given to Legislation, to create law allowing mental health clinics into schools, see the “June 8, 2022” hyperlinked in article.
getting paid money to give this treatment in their clinics &
The following blog includes links to the NIH studies I mentioned:
Please see one of the blogs for a brief explanation on how the “peer-to-peer” and “trauma-informed approach” works.
12 minute video on electro convulsion on kids. Please send this to anyone who has a platform to get the word out: news stations, podcasters, radio hosts, etc.:
17 minute video explaining electro convulsion code and processes in the state of Utah and how it is tied to our schools:
You can also share it on facebook here:
20 minute video (in two parts): Behavioral Health Questions Answered (Includes Transgender, Critical Race Theory, Digital Dangers, Suicide Prevention, and how they are all tied together:
45 Minute Podcast with XRPQFS on Electro convulsion in children through mental health clinics in schools, digital dangers in schools, how we have lost checks and balances and how the World Economic Forum and United Nations has infiltrated and where they sit on state boards, and what we can do to fight this:
(I was on 48 hours of no sleep when we did this interview so I apologize for the first 6 minutes of my “um’s.” Please just stick it out for 6 minutes and I promise it gets a lot better.)
Rulemaking Act – on government website – Process for public to comment to rulemaking agencies
gallery/Peer Support Specialist Application (2).pdf – yes these are all different