That question actually strikes me as a bit 'crazy' in the same way that public safety proponents banter about that phrase:
- It's out of touch with consensual reality of the world community
- It's oblivious to the needs and rights of others
- It aggressively proposes to encroach upon the existential space of others in harmful ways
- It openly endorses discrimination and maltreatment
- It advocates anti-social attitudes and behaviors
- It incites disturbance and community conflict
- It's grandiose in presuming to pass judgment on the capacities and worth of human equals
- It lacks insight into personal motivations
- It fails to take responsibility for one's own pursuit of happiness
- It expects others to make a unilateral sacrifice to address one's one needs, concerns and fears
- In all probably, when all of this is pointed out, the person will demonstrate zero remorse.
P.S. There's a lot better authorities than this.
Tina Minkowitz has pretty much devoted her life to creating them and collecting them. You can find more out about that here:
Center for Users and Survivors of Psychiatry, http://chrusp.org/
Campaign to Support CRPD Absolute Prohibition of Forced Treatment and Involuntary Commitment, https://absoluteprohibition.org/