Arnold Schwarzenegger, who may have made an interesting presidential candidate if only he were born in the United States and if he could have controlled his insatiable lust for women which lead to his extramarital affair with his maid, is back in the news. New Delhi Television (NDTV) has reported today, Jan. 15, 2013, Arnold Schwarzenegger has no plans to retire. The 65-year-old actor says he feels most in his element when he is on the set of a film and that although he is getting older, he really enjoys working hard and feels guilty when he relaxes.
Schwarzenegger has commented, "I am happiest when I work. After six hours of sleep I wake up and have a guilty feeling, that I am still lying in bed. Getting older doesn't mean getting worse. The word 'retirement' doesn't appear in my vocabulary. Who says you can't act for the camera when you are 80 or 90?" And Schwarzenegger is very upbeat about his life in the United States, saying, "Even if America has to overcome something in these days it is still the number one in the world. The land of opportunity."
When Schwarzenegger has something to say a lot of people are still interested in him due to his lust for life and entertaining. And so his thoughts about movie violence in the aftermath of the shocking Newtown, Connecticut massacre are gaining attention. ABC News has reported, Arnold Schwarzenegger defends movie violence. Schwarzenegger, the former California governor, has been promoting his new all-action film "The Last Stand" and he feels that people should know the difference between a movie and real-life violence.
Schwarzenegger has decided to jump into another very heated debate in dealing with the
issue of movie violence with the comment, "Sane people know the difference... We have to separate the two. What's most important is that we, as a society, do a better job to prevent these sort of things. You cannot totally eliminate them. There will always be some crazy guy out there shooting. There are mentally ill people. The question is, what can we do?" But, Schwarzenegger has left out the other side of this heated debate insofar as failing to mention that it has generally been the psychiatrists and their poisonous arsenal of psychiatric drugs, along with other abuses such as false psychiatric labels, which has set off such tragic shootings as the nation witnessed in Connecticut.
Kelly Patricia O’Meara has written on this matter in an article published by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, Connecticut Shooting— Wake Up Call for Federal Investigation of America’s Failed Mental Health System. Although it is worth considering the point that anyone in a drug free state who would commit such a horrible crime may in fact be insane, it is nevertheless also tragic to consider the psychiatrists themselves have been creating such insanity with their consistent incompetence and brutlaity in dealing with the human mind.