I would like to see, graphically, for each country, and for each year, a distribution of the ages of the people undergoing first onset diagnosis of any psychiatric disorder by a psychiatrist at a psychiatric institution, in order to see whether patients are getting younger and younger.
So, for each year, on the x_axis we would have age, from zero to a hundred, say, and on the y-axis, number of people in that year undergoing a psychiatric diagnosis with associated forced "therapeutic" medication treatment with antipsychotics such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, personality disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and others as outlined in any version of the so called books named "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual" (DSM), which carry no such information at all.
On the y-axis, we would have number of people for the given age being prescribed antipsychotics during that year for the first time.
This way we get a histogram, for each country and year, with age in the x-axis, and number of people of first time diagnosis and prescription in the y-axis.
This can be repeated for other types of psychoactive or psychotropic substances, as they may call them, including antidepressants.
Since patients are being kept on these drugs for life, the younger people are diagnosed with these made up disorders, the more the pharmaceutical companies are bound to profit from such diagnoses and subsequent forced medicine taking, and this is what patients seen to be claiming.