Marie said… “I’m also perplexed as to why MIA has featured what seems to be an advertisement for the author’s business interests…” This slick marketing piece is part of a wider campaign by the psych/pharma industry to drum up consumer demand for psychedelics as they are rolled out for approval. I’ve been watching this development unfold for a while, and I’m sadly not surprised that Mad in America has fallen for publishing Tania DeJong’s brazen commercial for her business as one of their blogs. It didn’t take much digging on the “Mind Medicine Australia” website to find this… “Investors pile in on psychedelic drugs psychedelic drugs are making a comeback as a legitimate treatment for patients with mental illness – and investors are taking notice. Established by retired investment banker Peter Hunt and his partner, Tania de Jong, a social entrepreneur, it aims to develop regulatory-approved and research-backed psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy for mental illness so that it is available through the medical system.” https://mindmedicineaustralia.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Investors-pile-in-on-psychedelic-drugs.pdf So, Mad in America removed Phil Hickey’s blog “Is Psychiatry Dangerous?” because it didn’t comply with their standards, and yet their standards allowed this one through. All is lost.