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⁣"Special Treatment" at a Psychiatric Hospital in Yaroslavl Russia

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Melissa Lev
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Published on 01 Sep 2021 / In News & Politics

⁣"Special Treatment" at a Psychiatric Hospital in Yaroslavl Russia

~ The two evil bastards were fired from their job, never even went to jail for their crime, let off easy! ~

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Raymo1
Raymo1 2 months ago

Yep jews

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Soldier1
Soldier1 2 months ago

I bet $20.00 they're jews.

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Spectralwulf
Spectralwulf 2 months ago (edited)

I wouldn't say they were evil bastards - just frustrated assholes that went too far trying to subdue a crazy woman. Who knows what she may have done to them before they got her onto the elevator? She likely hit, kicked, bit, scratched, slapped and spit on them before they finally decided to get violent with her. It certainly made them look weak and sneaky if they thought they could get away with knocking the wind out of her to make their job easier. It probably did since a person can't resist as hard when they can't breathe. Laying all the blame on the men doesn't take into consideration the violent behavior and resistance of the woman. She chose to fight with them whether she was in her right mind or not. They didn't chose to pick a fight with her but they did lose their patience and their job. She likely did something bad in the first place to get the negative attention unless she's a political prisoner.

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exposethejeugenda
exposethejeugenda 2 months ago

well, maybe initially but if we are seeing this on film guarantee this is not the first time.....this is a pattern.....of course I'm speculating but human nature is human nature......It is a tough job....however, pretty sure they do that all the time...

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Spectralwulf
Spectralwulf 2 months ago (edited)

@exposethejeugenda: Were the cameras not on the elevator before? I would assume a mental ward has cameras everywhere, so anything the orderlies ever did was likely to be seen and they must have known they were being recorded. They may have assumed the elevator was a place they could rough her up without being watched. If she made their job a pain in the ass every day, I can see why they might try to assert dominance so she learns to stop attacking others. She may have violently assaulted someone on the ward before the orderlies dragged her to a padded room. I would guess that if everyone saw how she behaves on the ward, most would no longer care what the staff had to do to get her away from everybody.

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Zenith26
Zenith26 1 month ago (edited)

So the punishment is confinement then, not being worked over in the elevator. "...we'll take turns at punching her in the guts while the other one holds her arms back" That's in the Mental Health Professional's manual is it? If they find the job a pain then they shouldn't be in the job. That's the single biggest BS comment I've read in a year of WTV. Are you a copper?

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Spectralwulf
Spectralwulf 1 month ago (edited)

@Zenith26: I just understand that there are crazy, violent people out there that get put in mental institutions when they become a danger to all those around them. Do you seriously believe all women are innocent of such violent, psychotic behavior? I've seen plenty in my time. The first time I saw it was in JR. high when a girl went berserk and stabbed another girl with a pencil. I already added that if the woman is a political prisoner then she is surely being wronged, but if she is a violent whacko that attacks other patients and staff on a regular basis then I can understand why the orderlies lost their patience because they were the ones likely taking regular abuse from that woman just for doing their job. There are two sides to every story. Ask yourself how long you could do that job before the violence started to rub off on you? How many times could you fight with berserk mental patients before your own fighting instincts kick in?

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bAd48
bAd48 1 month ago

You say.. "She chose to fight with them whether she was in her right mind or not. They didn't chose to pick a fight with her but they did lose their patience and their job."

But, you're arguing from the perspective of her probably being the one who was at fault. Given that the system is so heavily authoritarian the balance of probability means that's unlikely to be the case.

Men are hard-wired to oppose such treatment of women but you make excuses for it.

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Spectralwulf
Spectralwulf 1 month ago

@bAd48: In this case she can't really be treated like a normal woman if she acts more like an unhinged wild animal that can be just as dangerous as a ruthless, unpredictable, psycho little man. If that video is of a real mental asylum then such places house very nasty creatures that can't even go to prison because they are a danger to the sane inmates. This lady has extreme extra energy to fiercely resist two large male orderlies and this was likely not the first time she cursed them and assaulted them. She may have a regular behavior pattern of going berserk and assaulting those around her whenever her body chemistry gets screwed up by hormones, drugs or other mental issues that swirl in the minds of psychotics and schizos.

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bAd48
bAd48 1 month ago

@Spectralwulf: Again, your presuming against the likelihood of the balance of probability. We have no reason to "assume" that she isn't a normal woman who was wronged by what we already "know" is a totalitarian system of injustice. Yes, of course there are very nasty creatures in mental institutions but there are also many people who are falsely accused in order to punish them for speaking out or refusing to submit to an unjust system of control. She may have a pattern of going berserk and maybe she doesn't. What is not a maybe is that a system of injustice will of course cause such patterns.

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Spectralwulf
Spectralwulf 1 month ago

@bAd48: How can you say for sure that situation is the result of totalitarian injustice? Do you know something more about the story? In all probability it is likely just another day in the looney bin. The orderlies deserved to be fired but not prosecuted. Their conduct was unprofessional but they are not the ones that initiated hostility. Mental patients in psych wards do become hostile and do force orderlies to fight with them. You are not going to find many care bears willing to take on a dangerous job like that for long. Psych wards will always need tough-guy orderlies that admins should insure are emotionally disciplined and trained to subdue patients without resorting to deliberately injuring them. Such discipline can always breakdown and fail if one is given too much hostility on a regular basis,

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bAd48
bAd48 1 month ago

@Spectralwulf: I didn't "say for sure that the situation is the result of totalitarian injustice." I pointed out that you are arguing from the perspective of her probably being the one at fault. None of us know for sure, but given what we've seen and what we know about how authoritarian the system is, there's no reason to assume those orderlies or their co-workers didn't initiate that hostility. Hence, there's no reason to presume the fault was hers.

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Spectralwulf
Spectralwulf 1 month ago (edited)

@bAd48: It's unlikely she got put into a nuthouse for nothing and the video suggests she had a mouth full of spit intended for the orderlies. She seems crazy as a wildcat and energetic enough to make it difficult for two large men to restrain her. The reason to presume she is at fault is because she is a mental patient wildly resisting orderlies who are just employees forced to deal with derangement or drama every time they clock in to work.

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bAd48
bAd48 1 month ago

@Spectralwulf: The video clearly showed the orderlies mistreating her and nothing indicated she was at fault. Your presumption that her mistreatment was her own fault is your imagination playing tricks on you. As I said earlier, men are hard-wired to oppose such treatment of women but you make excuses for it. I suspect you've been adversely affected by feminism having confused the bond between male and female and that's why you give the orderlies the benefit of the doubt over her.

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Spectralwulf
Spectralwulf 1 month ago

@bAd48: I already pointed out that the orderlies were assholes, weak and sneaky, were unprofessional, needed training and deserved to be fired. Nevertheless - I'd like to see you fight with maniacs day after day, week after week after month after year and see how long your professionalism holds up. All they did was knock the wind out of an enraged mental patient and slap her over the head for biting. Perhaps this insane asylum needs different procedures for getting control of psychotic outbursts? If someone goes berserk and starts trashing the room and attacking others then somebody has to do something about it. This is just the ugly reality of insane asylums while those orderlies you condemn for being too rough are forced to fight regular battles on a constant basis just so these drama-prone fruitcakes are not out on the streets harming the public.

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Melissa Lev
Melissa Lev 11 days ago

@Spectralwulf: There's no reason for these two men to be assaulting this restrained woman, even if she gave them a hard time before this occurred. They need to be trained properly to deal with people in these types of institutions. They shouldn't of been working there if they couldn't handle this type of job. Very manly of them to gang up on here like that, especially while she's restrained, I don't care what their supposed reason was, it's inexcusable.

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Spectralwulf
Spectralwulf 11 days ago

@Melissa Lev: They can always hire new orderlies - but how long before the new hires get fed up with battling mental patients and do something similar? The hospital may need new procedures and special gurneys to strap down those having violent outbursts and transport them that way. Finding disciplined grunts willing to do that job is not going attract the perfect professionalism you seem expect from a mental institution. They have to be large men with plenty of testosterone and the will to do battle with crazies that may try to kill them. At a moments notice during the work day, they have to be ready for violent encounters. That is surely not an easy job. Even cops don't have to deal with psychos every day. They leave that thankless job to orderlies at the nuthouse.

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Melissa Lev
Melissa Lev 10 days ago

@Spectralwulf: People in these institutions are highly medicated on psychiatric drugs, probably sleeping most of the time, or having fits from the drugs they are given. They are treated badly in there, this is a known fact. Why treat someone who already has a hard life even worse?

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Spectralwulf
Spectralwulf 9 days ago (edited)

@Melissa Lev: They may get treated badly when they behave badly. That's life everywhere. The woman in this video had a brain injury years ago and steadily became more crazed and violent until her parents intervened to protect their grandchild and the public from her by putting her in the nuthouse. She likely treats no one around her very kindly. She is trapped in a hell of her own making. I can't really feel sorry for violent psychopaths while putting them down like rabid dogs may be the more sensible and merciful thing to do. They are like caged demons that can't be released on the rest of society while all they can ever do is bedevil the lives of other people inside institutions.

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