MARTIAL ART SCHOOLS MUST TAKE RESPONSIBILITY

By Jose R. Villanueva

As originally published on the Listen & Be Heard Weekly1, August 17, 2005.


Responsibility is power. When an individual or group can exhibit a tremendous amount of responsibility, that individual or group has got power and influence. There is a "sphere of influence" because of an extension of their self-determinism. They span a broad radius of society, and they affect it with their application of responsibility. The less responsibility a person or group can have, the less powerful, the less effective, the less action, and the more dormant they will remain. Responsibility does require a person or group to be able to confront and communicate. How much is a person or group willing to be the origination point of an effect that they create? How much self-determinism does a person or group have in order to be a beacon of truth to help correct the destructive things in society? The easy thing to do would be to not confront, and turn one's back on the assumption of responsibility.

My school takes social responsibility. We have a policy against the use of street drugs, psychiatry, and psychotropic drugs. It is on a plaque at the entrance of the school, so it can be seen by anyone. It is in place as a policy to protect the environment and the students. It is stated as follows:

RESPONSIBILITY

MARTIAL SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY: SELF DEFENSE IS A DRUG-FREE

AND PSYCHIATRIC-FREE SCHOOL. WE DO NOT SUPPORT THE USE OF

STREET DRUGS NOR THE APPLICATION OF PSYCHIATRIC THERAPY AND

PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS.

THE SCHOOL TAKES RESPONSIBILITY TO MAINTAIN AN ENVIRONMENT

THAT IS SAFE FOR ITS STUDENTS, AND IT UNDERSTANDS THAT MENTAL ,

PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL AND SPIRITUAL WELL-BEING IS IMPORTANT IN

THE TRAINING OF ITS STUDENTS AND THE OBTAINING OF 100% RESULTS.

This statement is very important to me, and it is my promise to potential students and current students that the school will be safe. Students who do street drugs and those that are on any psychotropic drug are disqualified from joining the school. But former drug users are welcome to reapply once they show a record of being clean and have completed the "Purification Rundown" (detoxification program). Individuals that have been on psychiatric drugs are allowed to reapply after seeing a non-psychiatric doctor to gradually get off of the medication, and they have completed the "Purification Rundown."

It is important that the public knows and understands the destructive nature of psychiatry and psychiatric drugs. "Eight of the last thirteen school shooters were taking prescribed psychiatric drugs…" (Ref. Kelly Preston – Conactmusic.com). "The FDA has issued black-box labels on anti-depressants warning of side effects that include: suicidal tendencies, hallucinations, aggression, violent actions, and heart failure." (Ref. Sainsbury Backs Cruise – by John Mappin, United Newspapers, UK)

When I met my girlfriend and her daughter, they were both on psychiatric drugs. My girlfriend was on paxel, and her daughter was on addoral. I immediately educated them on psychiatric abuses and psychiatric drugs. I gave them reference after reference of data especially from CCHR (Citizens Commission on Human Rights. They got off of the drugs, and completed the "Purification Rundown" detoxification program. They improved their nutrution, and they are both in great mental, physical, and spiritual health. Her daughter presently takes lessons from me, but she was disqualified from the school until she got off of the medication, and did the "Purification Rundown." All people need is the TRUTH, and they can make better decisions that will impact them for the rest of their lives.

It is my responsibility and my school's responsibility to help make a better environment for our students and society. It can be done with TRUTH.

*ARTICLES OF WISDOM*