I think it’s important to just see it for what it is. During one of my paranoid experiences years ago, I was convinced that the government was going to round everyone up into FEMA camps and kill us all. There was plenty of manipulative conspiracy theory material on the internet that fueled the fire while my mind was in that vulnerable state. Naturally I wanted to warn and protect everybody, and when people refused to try to save themselves (the way my mind perceived it at the time), oh boy did I become piping mad and intense out of sheer desperation and panic wanting to save them (wanting them to save themselves).
Point is I never had any ill intentions and never wanted to upset anybody, I wasn’t trying to be a crazy pain in the ass. And in that period of time, everything I encountered felt real to me, so even some shoddy fear-mongering youtube video was enough to send me into a frenzy.
To me the anti-psychiatry thing is pretty similar. I recognize the overall state of mind, probably because I’ve been there, only my experience was about the government and not psychiatrists.
So if anything I think it’s important to recognize that they’re one of us, they’re just one of us who happens to be in the midst of an obsessive delusion, and is probably feeling desperate to warn everybody. I think it’s good to have it all moderated and not allowed to run rampant spreading hyperbolic fear, but at the same time, I don’t think it’s anything to take personally.
Hopefully some day they can come down off the ledge, relax, start fresh with a new username and join the community.