May 2nd - Day of Remembrance and Resistance

T4-March on Mai 2nd 2023 in Berlin

Our demonstration to commemorate the medical psychiatric mass murders and
as a sign of the ongoing resistance against the present-day forced psychiatry

The 28th T 4 parade on Remembrance and Resistance Day, May 2, was about the demand for non-violent psychiatry.


Away with §§ 20, 21, 63, 64 StGB: Arbitrariness in law: injustice!

The procession led to the Langenbeck-Virchow House near the Charité. A conference of the defenders of the forensic-psychiatric injustice regime was to take place there on June 16, which we have already made known with our banner, see demo report.
The weighty, retired BGH judge Thomas Fischer will present his crude theories of an allegedly "medically" ascertainable or negatable culpability in order to conclude that persons who are allegedly dangerous in themselves for medical reasons should be locked up indefinitely and even arbitrarily subjected to torture-like coercive treatment. In this way, the dignity of the human being is absurdly preserved instead of violated. The capacity for guilt is an anthropologically established fact and not a medical case, because a person can always become guilty as an adult, even without biblical hereditary guilt having to be postulated. As an adult, he/she should have learned the rules of coexistence and is guilty if he/she intentionally or unintentionally harms other people or violates their rights. What characterizes humans and distinguishes them from fauna is that they are moral animals. On October 31, 2023, the results of the essay competition will be pre-published on whether the forensic-psychiatric injustice regime is compatible with Article 1 of the Basic Law, i.e. human rights and human dignity. See also Prof. Wolf-Dieter Narr's response to Thomas Fischer here:

An end to judges as beacons of doctors - arbitrariness in law? Injustice!


This was the call demonstrate:

We have long criticized the fact that the law supposedly allows incapacity to be established with psychiatric expertise. The judge should be able to justify indefinite and permanent confinement, even compulsory treatment with highly potent drugs, with absurd terms such as good facade or willful insinuations such as feigned insight into illness. It is an attack on people in their human existence. Because as an adult, he can always become guilty, even without biblical hereditary guilt having to be postulated. As adults should have learned the rules of coexistence, they are guilty if they intentionally or unintentionally harm other people or violate their rights. It is characteristic of humans that they are moral animals. Being able to become guilty is therefore an anthropologically established fact and not a medical case.

That is why this legislation must finally be abolished, as it essentially denies that we are human. It is a species barrier that has been shifted into the legal/symbolic realm, the simulation of law. It was passed into law in Germany in 1933 and transported the allegedly "mentally ill" to the gas chambers in a systematic mass murder campaign from 1939 and murdered them from 1941 to 1949 by systematically starving them to death.
The debate on the abolition of the penal system has gained momentum since the German Society for Social Psychiatry (DGSP) published its resolution in March last year calling for the abolition of Sections 20, 21, 63 and 64 of the German Criminal Code. It makes completely new alliances possible.
This year we are moving to the Charité, in front of the Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus, Luisenstr. 58/59, 10117 Berlin


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