Quote by Chris Rock: “You know the world is going crazy when the best...”
WARNING! THE ENTIRE WORLD IS GOING INSANE
22 Sharp Illustrations That Prove the World Is Going Crazy
Minute after minute. A president tweeting snuff videos, sex predators, nuclear missiles. The world, I thought, like you probably did, is going crazy. So how do we cope with a world going crazy? Can we? Let me tell you a little more about my day, and perhaps, together, we will come to some tiny and difficult truths, which only shine brighter for those reasons.
By nearly every objective measure, the world is a better place than it has ever been in modern history. So why doesn't it feel that way?.
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The World Health Organization WHO estimates that around million people worldwide have depression and 50 million have dementia. Schizophrenia is estimated to affect 23 million people, and bipolar disorder around 60 million. The Lancet report found that in many countries, people with common mental disorders such as depression, anxiety and schizophrenia routinely suffer gross human rights violations - including shackling, torture and imprisonment. It called for a human rights-based approach to ensure that people with mental health conditions are not denied fundamental human rights, including access to employment, education and other core life experiences. It also recommended a wholesale shift to community-based care for mental health patients, with psychosocial treatments such as talking therapies being offered not just by medical professionals but also by community health workers, peers, teachers and the clergy. The report was published ahead of a first global ministerial mental health summit in London this week. The content you requested does not exist or is not available anymore.
America, the UK, and now Germany. Trump, Brexit, the AfD. An extremist wave sweeping the globe like an epidemic of the plague. Instead, I think that you should really understand it. Is it just a coincidence that the US, UK, and Germany not to mention Turkey, Hungary, and so on have all swung hard right in the last year or so? Does that sound plausible? I think that the opposite is true: to any reasonable person, there is now a sharp trend very clearly visible.