The Hidden Enemy: Inside Psychiatry’s Covert Agenda
- Why are 23 soldiers and veterans committing suicide every day?
- Why did military suicides exceed those KIA in 2012?
- Why have veteran suicides gone unnoticed and what can you do about it?
In early 2013, the U.S. Department of Defense announced that the number of military suicides in 2012 had far exceeded those killed in battle—an average of nearly one a day. A month later, the Department of Veterans Affairs reported the veteran suicide rate at an astonishing 23 a day.
This suicide epidemic is no less dire in the defense forces of other countries.
But when you look more closely at the panorama of violence and suicide suffered by service members, a common denominator appears — a culprit hiding in plain sight.
This documentary will expose this hidden enemy, what it has been doing to our militaries and how it has gone unnoticed for so long. Most importantly, it will empower you to protect yourself and your loved ones from its insidious and covert agenda.
Featuring interviews with over 80 soldiers and experts, this penetrating documentary shatters the façade to reveal the real culprits who are destroying our world’s militaries from within.
Order your copy of The Hidden Enemy documentary. Free to the military, veterans, members of military or veteran support groups, family or associates of active-duty personnel or veterans
About The Manufacturer
The Citizen’s Commission on Human Rights was originally formed in 1969 as a global watchdog committed to investigating and exposing human rights violations in the field of mental health. From its headquarters in Los Angeles, CCHR coordinates activities amongst its chapters around the world. As a nonprofit organization, it is through public donations that we are able to continue our educational campaigns.
(The York Company has added The Hidden Enemy as our way to help, honor and protect the veterans and active duty of our Armed Forces.)