Insanity - Survey says more in America than elsewhere
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The world is being led by a nation where more than one-quarter of the people have genuine mental problems... here is the evidence:
"Insanity in America"
Printed on Thursday, June 03, 2004
By John Chuckman
YellowTimes.org Columnist (Canada)
(YellowTimes.org) -- It's always satisfying to have a pet theory supported by new data. A large and authoritative study, just published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, confirms a favorite hypothesis of mine that there is more mental illness and insanity, far more, in America than you find in other advanced societies.
The study, led by a Harvard Medical School researcher, found evidence of mental problems in 26.4% of people in the United States, versus, for example, 8.2% of people in Italy. The researchers were concerned with matters such as lack of access to treatment and under-treatment, but for those concerned about a safe and decent world, I think the salient finding is simply America's high percentage. The world is being led by a nation where more than one-quarter of the people have genuine mental problems.
The finding is strangely both comforting and disturbing.
No matter, the God Shew has but one ending, the end of the law (no law, no dead end) once and for all, when (Rom 5:13) and where (Rom 4:15) his angel plays the last trump it: