–Ramola D/Posted 12/22/2017
Founder of ICATOR, the International Coalition Against Electronic Torture and the Robotization of Living Beings, Melanie Vritschan, mother of 2-month-old infant Amethyst Vritschan who has been held in Erasme Hopital in Brussels, Belgium for over 60 days now after Erasme psychiatrist Dr. Marie Delhaye labeled her mother delusional without cause—in an extraordinary act of medical negligence examined here earlier—was informed by the Youth Court Judge Serck yesterday she needed to check into the recommended psychiatric mother-and-baby clinic-home for at minimum a month or face the loss of her baby to immediate placement in a home.
Misdiagnosis of Erasme Hospital Psychiatrists Essentially Upheld by Youth Court Judge
Although presented with the facts of the case, including evidence to prove definitively that psychiatrist Dr. Marie Delhaye had made a gigantic error in naming her delusional, and psychiatrist Dr. Frederick Milcent had also supported this misdiagnosis, both by failing or refusing to examine the proffered medical report from a surgeon attesting to the existence and removal of a foreign object from Ms. Vritschan’s throat, notice of which had been provided by her accompanying friend and colleague, Dr. Katherine Horton, in concern for her breathing, and which formed the pivot around which this wrongful diagnosis revolved, the judge decreed, exactly as speculated earlier, that the time period for evaluation of the mother had not sufficed and needed to be extended, under the care of a qualified psychiatrist.
The implication of course is that the earlier Erasme Psychiatry misdiagnosis of Ms. Vritschan as delusional is still being held as baseline, despite the fact that, seven days after being held wrongfully in the Psychiatry Ward at Erasme Hospital, a court, recognizing the error made by Erasme Hospital Psychiatry and examining the evidence, had found Ms. Vritschan to be free of any mental illness, as reported earlier here.
Erasme Child Psychologist Testifies Without Cause Against the Mother
In addition, at this Dec 21 hearing, the child psychologist at Erasme reportedly made deprecatory statements to the effect that Ms. Vritschan, during the time-period of her visits to the hospital to be with her baby, had only covered the basics of ensuring the child ate and slept, had arrived sometimes in the afternoon after she had been allowed to visit 9-4, and therefore showed no extraordinary diligence in caring for her baby.
The specious and derogatory nature of this statement—particularly in light of what Erasme Hospital has executed here, in the traumatic separation of the baby from her mother during crucial mother-baby bonding times–must be examined further.
Invaluable Mother-Baby Bonding Destroyed by Erasme Hospital Psychiatry
Mothers universally, including this writer, are aware that babies in the first month do indeed have primarily basic needs to eat and sleep, and have their diapers changed regularly. However, a very vital aspect of baby-care during the early months is also bonding with the baby, providing a reassuring and continuous physical presence, an anchor and a support at all times, day and night. This critical mission was completely sabotaged by Erasme Hospital in ruthlessly removing the child from the mother’s arms the day after she was born, calling in Psychiatry, and establishing the separation of the baby from the mother and from her entire extended family for 30 days, which period was eventually reduced by a modified court order which permitted restricted visiting hours.
It cannot be stressed enough that this invaluable bonding of the baby with her mother was prevented utterly from happening by Erasme Hospital in the first week and month of the child’s birth. Traumatic separation also prevented early nursing, a crucial component of mother-baby bonding, immune-system building, and reassuring baby care.
Indeed, although Ms. Vritschan had planned to give her child all the benefits of nursing, the early two-week separation effected by Erasme psychiatrists, in tandem with the hospital’s refusal to transport her pumped milk to the baby in the Neonatal Ward from the Psychiatry Ward where she was being held at the time, ensured that she was unable to do so.
Disruption of Daily Care Routines by Erasme Hospital and Youth Court Holding Child at Erasme
In response to this assessment by the child psychologist which appears intended to give the judge a negative picture of Ms. Vritschan as a mother, Ms. Vritschan advised the judge that the times she had arrived in the afternoon had necessitated her taking care of her home, personal affairs, and keeping to doctor appointments. Had she had her baby home with her, she pointed out, she would have been able to be with her child continually, through all her housekeeping and any external visits.
Apparent in this situation also is the fact that the artificial construct set up by Erasme Hospital and the Juvenile Court in effectively having kidnapped the child and holding her in the NeoNatology ward, forcing the mother to drive back and forth every day in heavy traffic across Brussels to be with her own baby, had led to the creation of heightened stress, burdening the mother with the necessity of having to juggle all her daily responsibilities with stressful drives back and forth, while imposing daily-care restraints such as not being able to take her baby out of the hospital for walks, to food stores, to the park, or to the doctor, as would be normal for any other mother free to take care of her baby full-time.
Erasme Neonatology Nurses Witnessed Superlative Care from “Super-Mom” Melanie
Further, in sharp contrast to the child psychologist’s disparaging statement, on daily visits, the Neonatal nurses at Erasme Hopital had uniformly given a glowing commendation of Ms. Vritschan’s time with her baby, remarking on her superlative care of her infant, highlighting the fact that the baby had re-bonded closely with her—after the extreme trauma of the two-week imposed separation Erasme Hospital had established, through the aegis of wrongful Psychiatry—and showed a distinct preference for her mother, from among the pool of nurses who variously took care of her. The nurses, she said, called her “super-Mom” as reported here earlier.
This writer can also attest, from witnessing the baby sleeping peacefully on her mother’s chest several times, on Skype phone calls from the hospital, that the baby appeared completely comfortable and confident in her mother’s arms, and showed all signs of having infinite trust and having re-bonded fully with her mother. Further, Melanie was always careful to speak with this writer calmly and gently as she held her baby, a sign of great consideration as a mother for the comfort and psychological health of her child.
Erasme Hospital Doctors Denied Extended Visiting-Hours Request
There is another point to be made here: the child psychologist seems to have made no note at this hearing of the fact, reported to this writer, that Melanie had asked several times over the past two weeks to be permitted to extend her visiting-hours with her baby, and was denied this privilege, first by being told the request had not been conveyed to the doctors, and later being informed the doctors had turned her request down. Were these doctors the same Erasme psychiatrists who had concocted the “delusional” diagnosis without examining medical evidence presented to them? The reason given was that the baby had settled into this rhythm already, and further disruptions were not advisable.
In matter of fact, Melanie has reported that each time she left she had to try to make sure the baby was still asleep so she could set her down, because both mother and baby felt keenly the trauma of everyday separation, once more a direct consequence of Erasme Hospital’s baseless imposition of the daily separation of mother and child—now enforced by the Youth Court’s order.
Overt Airing of the False Erasme Psychiatry Diagnosis by Erasme Child Psychologist
In confirmation of the apparent fact that Erasme psychiatrists are essentially standing behind the child psychologist and coaching her on what to say and how, in deliberate efforts to cast Melanie in a negative light and funnel her once more into Psychiatry via this mother-and-baby clinic-home so that they can “save face” rather than be sued for medical malpractice or be rightfully kicked out of Erasme Hospital by Erasme Hospital Administration—as they should be, in this writer’s recommendation, along with the judge—the child psychologist also informed the judge that another reason Melanie needed to be persuaded to enroll at the psychiatric mother-and-baby clinic was that she showed “a morbid absence of conscience.”
This language is lifted directly from the original court order which decreed the 30-day separation of mother and child, as being related to the “delusional” diagnosis handed down by the Erasme psychiatrists who forgot to check the medical evidence to the contrary before they handed out a death sentence to the mother-baby bond and initiated a train of abuses against both mother and child—which apparently they have no intention of stopping.
Fortunately, this assertion was challenged by Melanie’s counsel, who pointed out that this assessment accrued from a faulty diagnosis made earlier and that a court had examined the situation and found Melanie free of any mental illness, making this assessment by those diagnosing psychiatrists null and void. Melanie reported that the child psychologist had nothing to say in response.
Judge Bases Judgment on Erasme Child Psychologist’s Information
Despite the anomalies noted above, it appears the statements made by the child psychologist directly influenced the judge’s decision, because her judgment was that Melanie needed to be further evaluated as a responsible, caring and competent mother for a longer period at the clinic-home by a psychiatrist.
Significantly, she also noted that the work Melanie was doing with ICATOR was siphoning her time away from her rightful focus on the baby, with implications that the work with ICATOR also supported the idea that Melanie was delusional. In other words, not merely was the original misdiagnosis apparently being upheld–despite medical evidence to disprove it—specifically, the human rights work of ICATOR that the founder of ICATOR engaged in was being called into question.
While working mothers the world over continue to balance their work with baby-care, it must be asked why human rights work in particular was singled out in this case for scrutiny and deprecation as valueless. Could it be because this human rights charity in particular is whistleblowing about human rights abuse on a very large and undeniable scale by Belgian and other Intelligence agencies?
ICATOR is Helping to Protect Humanity and Alert Humanity About Horrific Human Rights Abuses
And not merely is it whistleblowing, ICATOR is working on assisting victims to help prove their cases and launching a lawsuit to bring these rights abuses into the public eye. Inviting others to join these efforts, the fundraising page on the ICATOR website asks the public to “invest in the future of our democracies by helping us stop the horrific crimes against humanity that are committed with impunity by the intelligence agencies using powerful electromagnetic weapons that mutilate and cripple the victims but can only be traced to the perpetrators with professional equipment.”
Given also that ICATOR has been working on a lawsuit to openly expose and challenge the abusive implantation that victims are reporting, it could be concluded that Ms. Vritschan is clearly an exceptional activist whose cutting-edge human rights advocacy is being scrutinized and judged currently by this court–which is supposedly focused on the welfare of the child–in efforts to hinder or suppress it.
If courts worked for justice and humanity—as this court professes to do—wouldn’t they applaud the work of founders of human rights organizations also working for justice and humanity?
Or is there a larger, subterranean agenda of activist suppression here, connected to the very Intelligence agencies whose covert abuse of civilians with covert implantation and assault with electromagnetic weapons, hidden under guise of “Surveillance” is now being powerfully exposed?
Larger Public Interest Accruing From This Case, Despite Efforts to Silence Reportage
It should be noted that, given the situation, where this Court has effectively informed Ms. Vritschan that public discussion of what they consider are purely legal matters—via podcasts, webinars and articles, as previously participated in–is inadvisable, and has suggested that Ms. Vritschan is being negligent about her child’s name and image in permitting or indulging in such, it appears to this writer that definite attempts are being made both to muzzle Ms. Vritschan, hush up the extraordinary miscarriage of justice being pulled off here–named a “criminal conspiracy” by Dr. Katherine Horton–and silence reportage to the larger public. In the interests of disclosure, this article is being published as much to highlight this specific injustice as in the larger public interest.
Coercive Psychiatry Used as Tool to Silence Exposure of Crimes
Ultimately, it cannot be forgotten that the threat of losing her baby to a foster home has been leveled at Ms. Vritschan, and despite her continued efforts to work with Erasme Hospital and the Youth Court, they have continued to direct traumatic stress at both mother and child, in apparent attempts to disempower the mother and apparently also her human rights work. The nature of this human rights work of course draws attention to the crimes of Intelligence agencies being committed against civilians, and while possibly being seen as threatening to this cadre, offers a beacon of hope to all reporting victims of crime as well as larger humanity.
With this judgment, this mother with great love and a deep bond with her child has been asked to literally submit to Psychiatry, to consent to being registered as a psychiatric patient with all the loss of rights that entails, in a manner that can only be termed coercive.
There is much more to be remarked on this subject, to be highlighted in future coverage.
It is to be hoped that readers with influence step forward here to challenge the many anomalies evident in this court and hospital system and take decisive action to restore the baby to her mother.