On September 5, 2014, the UK’s Cambridge University released a report which claims that homosexuals, lesbians and bisexuals are “more likely to have mental health problems” than normal people.
The report is the result of a national survey carried out by eight psychology professors of the University.
The survey was mailed to 5.56 million randomly sampled adults registered with a National Health Service general practice (representing 99 % of England’s adult population). In all, 2,169,718 people responded (39 % response rate), including 27,497 people who described themselves as gay, lesbian, or bisexual.
According to the study, some 12 percent of lesbian women and almost 19 percent of bisexual women reported mental health problems, compared with six percent of heterosexual women.
Some 11 percent of homosexuals and 15 percent of bisexual men reported mental health problems, compared to five percent of heterosexual men.
The report further found that the sexually-deviant population was also more likely to report fair or poor general health: 22 percent of homosexuals and 26 percent of bisexual men, compared with 20 percent of normal men; and 25 percent of lesbians and 31 percent of bisexual women compared with 21 percent of normal women.
Lesbians, homosexuals and bisexual men and women were 50 percent more likely than heterosexuals to report negative experiences with primary care services, according to the study which was published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
In August 2014, Dr. Paul R. McHugh, the former chief psychiatrist for the Johns Hopkins Hospital also reported that “transgender” craze propagated by the western mass media and the so-called “gay rights” groups is in fact a mental illness and its promotion is aiding and abetting mental disorders.
An earlier study conducted by Dr. Arnold A. Hutchnecker, a New York psychiatrist, for the American Psychiatric Association and published on October 25, 1972, titled Mental Illness: The Jewish Discease, concluded that “although all Jews are not not metally ill, mental illness is highly contagious and Jews are the principal sources of infection”.
The above explains why the Zionist entity is the most popular destination among LGBT tourists, a great majority of gay rights movements are funded by the organized Jewry, and there are more LGBT people among the 12.7 million world Jewish population than non-Jewish communities.
In early June 2010 – it was reported that a prominent Israeli psychiatrist, Moshe Yatom, committed suicide. He left a note which said that Israeli Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has been his patient for the last nine years, had sucked the life right out of me. I can’t take anymore.
One week after Moshe Yalton’s suicide – Yigol Peleg, who had been treating Israeli Defense Minister, Ehud Barak, also committed suicide from an overdose of valium. His suicide note stated that Yalton’s failure to cure Netanyahu has provoked widespread despair in Israel’s psychiatric community, which fears a therapeutic remedy for doublethink is much more remote than previously believed.