First of all, psychiatrists are not interested in a patients "experiences" they are only concerned about the symptoms, and allieviating them, so they would not ask anything about mind control technologies or the invasive practise that might render someone sick. I'm being electronically tortured right now, with deep pain and gas, and did at one time experience voices, of which are now controlled with proper use of medication. If you dont' call it schizophrenia, then what does this author suggest we call it?
Second, there are probably a good many articles like this out there that are very good, yet what difference do they make? We need to be talking about how to change this situation for people who are experiencing such levels of pain and malaise, fundamentally changing a situation which would require much more than having a change in a psychiatric evaluation.
Third, I'm fearful that with this article on people like us there is a tendency to isolate and separate us from all of society, in which people in positions of taking on our claims, doctors, lawyers and such will only look upon us as subjects in which they will come to the conclusion that there is nothing they can do to help us. With the way it is now, you are treated as a patient of a psychiatrist and I don't know what you would be considered if you weren't a patient, maybe they could call us targets, but that open up a whole other way of treating us unfairly.