LOVE AND MERCY: Brian Wilson’s Corrupt Guardianship
By Joe Roubicek June 2015
LOVE AND MERCY has finally been released, a story of how the gifted Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys became a middle aged “broken, confused man under the pharmacological and legal thrall of therapist Dr. Eugene Landy,” as the critics put it.
Take away the status and unique qualities of Brian Wilson and you are left with the typical scenario of corrupt guardianships that are going on all around us every day.I would highly recommend this movie, but PLEASE read the following excerpts from “Guardian Angels Inc. The Vile Business Of Corrupt Guardianship.” so that you might appreciate the consistency in methodology of these culprits.
On Corrupt Guardianship
Similarly, despite the original intent of guardianship — to protect the life of the ward while preserving the ward’s assets – it too has often become corrupted to the point where the ward is silenced without legitimate legal representation. Then, like the “Trojan Horse” of Greek mythology,, attorneys and guardians use the ruse of good intent “in the best interest and well-being of the ward,” to attack and plunder estates while victims are isolated, taken hostage, drugged, imprisoned and even murdered. Their estates are either brazenly stolen, or quietly depleted through a pretentious process of “servicing” the guardianship. When paid by the hour, these professionals make more by working at solving problems than by actually solving them. This corrupt process has been identified by activists as, “Isolate, Medicate and Take the Estate.”
On Antipsychotic Drugs
Just as the “Aunties” of Arsenic and Old Lace murdered their victims with arsenic and strychnine, today’s “poisons-of-choice” are second generation anti-psychotic drugs. Under the guise of “normalizing” dementia patients in nursing homes, Olanzapine (Zyprexa), Aripiprazole (Abilify), Risperidone (Risperal), and Quetiapine (Seroquel, Xeroquel, Ketipinor) are administered to hundreds of thousands of “unruly” elderly patients on a daily basis — this despite the FDA’s repeated warnings that these drugs are killing them.
In other words, hundreds of thousands of elderly patients are sedated on a daily basis. Although these drugs are often referred to as “chemical restraints,” there FDA-approved use is for treating schizophrenics, even though they are more often prescribed as a cost-effective way of managing elderly patients with “behavioral difficulties,” a term open to interpretation.
On Psychopaths as Legal Guardians
An expert on psychopathy, Robert D. Hare, PhD, believes it is a myth that most psychopaths are murderers. In his book, “Without Conscience, The Disturbing World of The Psychopaths Among Us,” he writes:
“Not surprisingly, many psychopaths are convicted criminals, but many others remain out of prison, using their charm and chameleon-like abilities to cut a wide swath through society and leaving a wake of ruined lives behind them …we are far more likely to lose our life savings to an oily-tonged swindler than our lives to a steely-eyed killer.”
Hare’s message is that although a psychopath is capable of murder, it is their distaste for the consequences of the act — not their conscience — which discourages them from committing the murder..
Experts estimate that a significant 1% to 4% of the general population is made up of psychopaths who would be drawn to the elderly population for their acquired assets, high vulnerability, and the low probability of getting caught by an overtaxed government.
Imagine 4% of the people around you suffering a mental disorder, wanting your assets as you become increasingly vulnerable due to the natural process of aging. Now imagine that same 4% as legal guardians of the elderly.
“Imagine socio-psychopaths and serial killers walking among us with psychotropic drugs, killing off the elderly for profit. Imagine paying your “Aunt Emily” a surprise visit to find that she had been abducted by a professional guardian…and you do not have visitation rights. Imagine yourself in their place one day unless something changes.
The next time you see an elderly person sitting in a wheelchair on the front porch of your local nursing home, go ahead and wonder how they got there… Are they resting serenely, or do they appear stupefied by a drug? Are their assets secure, or in the process of being stolen? Do they even have assets anymore?”
Thanks for reading. Now go enjoy the movie. Joe Roubicek
(PS: Hi Merck And Co. Inc.)