Monday, December 5, 2016

PSYCH MEDS LINKED TO 90% OF SCHOOL SHOOTINGS

Published: 12/18/2012 at 10:16 PM Wnd.com JEROME R. CORSI

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/psych-meds-linked-to-90-of-school-shootings/#ibrcKRTYBhZcoPWs.99
This is taken from an article in WND.com from 2012 that still resonates today.
From the moment any news emerges that a young man had carried out a horrific massacre of elementary-school children, politicians from local city halls to the White House have been restoking the age-old push for more gun control. While guns have been a common denominator in mass slayings at schools by teens, there’s another familiar element that seems increasingly to be minimized.
Some 90 percent of school shootings over more than a decade have been linked to a widely prescribed type of antidepressant called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors or SSRIs, according to British psychiatrist Dr. David Healy, a founder of RxISK.org, an independent website for researching and reporting on prescription drugs.
Dr. Healy said, “psychotropic drugs of pretty well any group can trigger violence up to and including homicide.”
“Second, the advocates of treatment claim both that it is the illness and not the drugs that causes violence and that we are leaving huge numbers of people untreated.”
But Healy argued that if this were the case, “we should not find that comfortably over 90 percent of school shootings are linked to medication intake.”
Dr. Peter R. Breggin, a Harvard-trained psychiatrist and former full-time consultant at the National Institute of Mental Health, has advocated that the problems with killers like Adam Lanza began with “getting tangled up” with psychiatric medicine.
Breggin insisted there has been overwhelming scientific evidence for decades correlating psychiatrically prescribed drugs with violence.
Since the 1970s, Breggin has testified in approximately 100 trials, including one in which Judge Robert Heinrichs ruled the adverse effects of taking Prozac drove a 16-year-old in Winnipeg, Canada, to commit an unprovoked murder.
Breggin appeared before the Veterans Affairs Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives in 2010 in support of his 2008 book “Medication Madness: The Role of Psychiatric Drugs in Cases of Violence, Suicide and Crime.”
Breggin testified to Congress that research conducted in the medical science demonstrates a causal relationship between antidepressant drugs and the production of suicide, violence, mania and other behavioral abnormalities.
He warned Congress of the risks of giving these drugs to heavily armed young men and women in the military.
Mainstream religion
Breggin asserted that establishment media “ignores the scientific evidence linking psychiatric medications and violent behavior because psychiatry is the religion of the mainstream media, and they don’t want to see the dangers of psychiatrically prescribed drugs.”
“Besides, the drug companies also have incredible influence through advertising such that they can call the shots,” he said.
He believes the Sandy Hook case fits the pattern of school shooters in some of the most famous incidents in recent memory, including the 1999 shootings at Columbine High School in Colorado and the massacre at Virginia Tech in 2007.
“Adam Lanza has in common with many of the young men who were shooters that they were outsiders who lived in the shadows, who deal with a lot of shame, humiliation and isolation,” Breggin explained.
He calls the psychiatric diagnoses “worthless.”
“We know exactly who they are,” he said. “They are called ‘geeky’ in the extreme. Not a single one has ever come forward with a close friend. They are alienated from their families, and they have been involved in psychiatry.”
Breggin insists that instead of psychiatric treatment, children of this kind need “more reaching out, more socialization, more caring, more involvement.”
“Our schools, our families, and our communities need to be aware of the kids who are withdrawn and violent, not because they are going to become violent – hardly any of them are going to become violent – but because these are really hurt kids,” he said.
“We can call them evil, we can call them mentally ill, but the pattern is really quite clear,” Breggin continued. “They are highly intelligent and highly withdrawn and they are all involved with psychiatry, so the claim psychiatry is going to do some good is really ridiculous.”
In many school shootings carried out by minors, court documents are sealed and the extent of chemical use is unknown to the public.
But in a number of high-profile cases, the link has been reported:
Kip Kinkel was withdrawing from Prozac and had been prescribed Ritalin when he murdered his mother and stepfather then shot 22 classmates, killing two, in 1998.
Christopher Pittman was withdrawing from Luvox and from Paxil when he killed his paternal grandparents in 2001.
Elizabeth Bush, who fired at fellow students in Williamsport, Pa., in 2001, wounding one, was on Prozac.
Jason Hoffman, was on Effexor and Celexa when he opened fire at his El Cajon, Calif., high school, wounding five.
Shawn Cooper of Notus, Idaho, was on antidepressants when he fired a shotgun on students and staff.
T.J. Solomon, on antidepressants, wounded six at his Conyers, Ga., high school.
Eric Harris was taking Luvox when he and fellow student Dylan Klebold killed 12 students and a teacher and wounded 24 others before turning their guns on themselves at Columbine High School in Colorado.
At Virginia Tech in 2007, where 32 were murdered, authorities found “prescription medications related to the treatment of psychological problems had been found among Mr. Cho’s effects,” according to the New York Times.
“Violence and other potentially criminal behavior caused by prescription drugs are medicine’s best kept secret,” Healy said in a statement last month. “Never before in the fields of medicine and law have there been so many events with so much concealed data and so little focused expertise.”
In the past six years, Healy has authored two best-selling books analyzing the degree to which the pharmaceutical industry has influenced medical doctors to prescribe antidepressant drugs to patients with psychiatric problems: “Let Them Eat Prozac: The Unhealthy Relationship Between the Pharmaceutical Industry and Depression,” in 2006 and “Pharmageddon” in 2012.
Recently, Healy’s RxISK.org added a “violence section” to its website, allowing users to enter the name of a prescription drug to find out the side effects recorded in the more than 4 million adverse drug event reports filed with the FDA since 2004.
Was Lanza on meds?
Writing for Slate.com Monday, Emily Willingham was quick to warn against demonizing Asperger’s syndrome, or autism in general, as the cause of Lanza’s violence. Likewise, in a New York magazine piece titled “Asperger’s is a Red Herring to Explain the Newtown Massacre,” Adam Martin wrote, “As the nation sets out to understand how Friday’s massacre came to pass, some are rightly worried that the high-functioning form of autism will become unfairly stigmatized.”
Nevertheless, credible sources have not withdrawn published claims that Lanza was on prescribed psychiatric medication at the time of the shooting.
On CBS’s “60 Minutes” Sunday, Mark and Louise Tambascio, friends of the shooter’s mother, Nancy Lanza, said Adam Lanza was being medicated for Asperger’s.
“I know [Adam Lanza] was on medication and everything, but she homeschooled him at home cause he couldn’t deal with the school classes sometimes,” Louise Tambascio told CBS reporter Scott Pelley. “So she just homeschooled Adam at that home. And that was her life.”
Her comment followed Mark Tambascio explaining to Scott Pelley that “friends told us that [Asperger’s syndrome] did dominate the Lanzas’ lives.”
In addition, the Washington Post reported over the weekend an unnamed former neighbor of Nancy and Adam Lanza in Newtown, Conn., recalled Adam as “a really rambunctious kid” who “was on medication.”
The story became confused when a now discredited source claiming to be Adam Lanza’s “Uncle Jonathan” told several publications, including the Sun in the United Kingdom, that Adam was being treated with the strong anti-psychotic drug Fanapt.
Later reports found no relatives who knew “Uncle Jonathan.”
Separately, law enforcement officers have found evidence Lanza played graphically violent video games, the Hartford Courant reported on Sunday.
The Express in the United Kingdom reported Monday that Lanza had “an unhealthy obsession for violent video games” and that his favorite video game was said to be a “shockingly violent” fantasy war game called Dynasty Warriors, which is “thought to have given him inspiration to act on his darkest thoughts.”

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2012/12/psych-meds-linked-to-90-of-school-shootings/#ibrcKRTYBhZcoPWs.99

Thursday, December 1, 2016

It is not About the Gun, Intelligence, or Video Games. It is about the Effects of Psychotropic Drugs

A High School Utah Student stabbed five students this past November. The unnamed assailant also stabbed himself. This took place in Orem Utah at Mountain View High School. The suspect is in custody. There is no current evidence of depression or psych drugs, but it is sure to come out soon. The suspect was a straight A 16 teen year old boy student and he used a knife and not a gun. The catalyst to kill is and always has shown to be pharmaceutical psychotropic drugs. Police reports indicated he left a suicide note and home and planned to experience what it was like to kill. This type of statement has often been used by other psychotropic teen drug users. Pharma doesn’t put that on the black box warning.

The politicians, media and school administrators will always talk about gun violence, violent and aggressive video games as the reason for campus killings. They never ever mention psychotropic drugs, simply because they are in on the dumbing down of America and the world populace.
The suspect was a new student in a town with 90k residence about fifty miles from Salt Lake City. Police are investigating why the student attacked at 8 am in PE class. He targeted the neck in most of his attacks. In our opinion the police need to go no further than to take a blood test, or check the medicine cabinet.

Pharma and psychiatry kills. That is their mission, and they get results

Monday, November 14, 2016

The Myths Promoted by Psychiatry and Pharmaceutical Companies about Anti-Depressants

According to a Recent CNN Article about Female Teen Depression
A professor of psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center and a co-author of a recent study. "The new study published in the Journal of Pediatrics highlights that most adolescents with depression do not receive treatment for their symptoms and underscores the need for increased attention to this condition."
What the report fails to disclose is that anti-depressants don’t work and are a complete failure. Another mental health professional Dr. David Healy indicates that psychiatry is gone astray. He indicates there are several myths about depression. One is that depression is caused by a chemical imbalance. This myth is often used in pharmaceutical advertising. The truth is psychiatry has no idea the interplay of serotonin and biochemical processes. He indicates there is no chemical imbalance to begin with. The body corrects itself if there are health issues. By using psychotropic drugs the psychiatrist, doctor and pharmaceutical firm creates the imbalance.
Another myth he discloses is that psychotropic drugs is like insulin for diabetes. This claim is used in advertising in radio, TV, and promoted by psych’s and MD’s. The truth is that a patient lacks serotonin. A diabetes patient lacks insulin so they need insulin injections to survive. Depressed patients have no lack of serotonin, which pharmaceutical drug pushers claim to promote.
Essentially the use of anti-depressants has no science behind it. If a pharma firm, psychiatrics and drug pushing MD gives a teen a psych drug they are doing so without any science to confirm their claims. They are lying on TV, Radio, and Internet and Print ads that a person lacks serotonin, and that it cures the person ailment.
Another major myth is that psych drugs keeps patients healthy. This is a huge lie. Studies show that the increased use of these useless drugs increases normally transient problems into chronic ones. The number of disabled mentally ill has exploded in Western Countries since the huge promotion of psychotic drugs. Psych’es also claim it is rare that depressed people on their antipsychotics become bi-polar. That is patently untrue. Bi-polar ‘diagnosis’ has increased tremendously in the 20 years since anti-depressants and psychotics were universally promoted as a cure drug.
Remember psychiatry is the father of lobotomies (using an ice pick to fix mentally ill). They still use strait-jackets and ECT (Electric Shock Treatments). If you are referred to a psychiatrist then remember who they are.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Zootopia's Movie Metaphor with Psychotropic Drugs

The 2016 film Zootopia grossed over a billion worldwide, and it maybe the best example for a young person about the effects of anti-depressants and psychotropic drugs. The cartoon movie is set in an Animal only world where carnivores and herbivores live together in harmony. Foxes don’t hunt rabbits and leopards don’t hunt gazelles. The plot of the film is that a number of carnivores are missing and are latter discovered to be injected with toxic flowers that have a severe psychotropic effect. The carnivores become predators again of other mammals after taking the psychotropic flower, or actually being injected with it.

This to us is an example of how current anti-depressants and psychotropic drugs work on young adults. The common side effects of psychotrops are: Loss of appetite, sleep problems, and mood swings. Other stimulant drugs commonly included in psychotropic drugs are amphetamine and dextroamphetamine (Dexedrine); atomoxetine (Strattera); dexmethylphenidate (Focalin); lisdexamfetamine (Vyvanse); and methylphenidate (Concerta, Ritalin). These drugs are also often prescribed for ADHD. Other SSRI side effects commonly prescribed as anti-depressants are chest pains, shortness of breath, trouble swallowing, swollen lips, hives, or other signs of a serious allergic reaction. Suicidal thoughts or feelings, or any signs of suicide, such as talking or writing about death, giving away belongings, or withdrawing from family and friends. Manic behavior, such as very high energy, sleeping less, being impulsive, or being grouchy or restless. These all combined or by themselves turn a kid upside down, where they wish to kill themselves or anyone else.
The end results shown monthly on your TV or news site is where a young adult takes a gun, or knife and kills his or her classmates at school or at a mall. In the Zootopia film the predator is shot with a toxic flower dart. In the world today the person is given a pill, which ultimately turns them into killers of others or suicidal. Psych drugs will turn your kid into a predator. We thank Disney for the true to life metaphor we call Psychotropia.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Ashton Sach’s Pleads Guilty to Killing his Parents.

Ashton Sachs, the California man accused of murdering his parents while they slept and trying to kill two younger siblings in 2014 when he was 19, abruptly pleaded guilty to murder on last month. He will spend the remainder of his life in prison.
Sachs shot his parents in their bedroom in San Juan Capistrano, Ca. He then shot his 8 year old brother, who is now paralyzed from the waist down. He tried to shoot his teenage sister,but she was unharmed.
He later blamed his parents for loving his brother and sister more, and he blamed them for his depression. He had previously attempted suicide. He will be sentenced Oct 14th. He should have blamed the pharmaceutical company, or his doctor or psychiatrist.
This is a clear sign of psychotropic drugs. We don’t have a toxicology report, but anyone attempting suicide today is placed on psych drugs. Will pharma plead guilty with the doctor or psychiatrist who prescribed the drugs? No never, not in this society. Two parents would be alive today and one teenage boy would have the use of his legs if not for psych drugs.
One more sad story in a long, long list of death brought on by Pharma and psychiatric drugs distributors.

Sunday, October 2, 2016

How Simple is it to be Diagnosed ADHD and on Drugs for Life.

The American Psychiatric Association's diagnostic manual the DSM. There is a list of 18 behaviors, from which a teacher can check off behaviors they observe in the potential patient or student. If one checks six or more of the nine, the individual is deemed to have ADHD. It is that easy to be diagnosed and on drugs for life. Some schools allow teachers to do just that, and push the kid on drugs or force them to leave the school.
Psychiatry looks at ADHD as a biologic abnormality of the brain, or a neurobiologic disorder. Thus if you have six or more of the nine so called behavior items on their list then you are considered to have a physical abnormality of the brain. Then the new prospective patient is then convinced they have an abnormality, so they take the drug. It appears to be so simple to get this diagnosis in the US and Western Europe and be on a drug for life. It is unbelievable that there is not an outrage over it. There are potentially about six million children on ADHD drugs in the US currently. All based on a simple gotcha test.
Dr. Peter Breggin talked about a real scenario with a zoo animal. There was a caged animal, a polar bear, in the zoo in Toronto, who was pacing up and down and looking uncomfortable, and looking like he'd really like to go back to the Arctic or the Antarctic. And they put him on Prozac, and he stopped pacing. His name was Snowball. He sat quietly and looked happy. And animal rights people gathered to the zoo and protested the drugging of a polar bear to make him into a good caged animal, and he was taken off the drug.

Wouldn’t it be nice if there were human rights groups all over the western world fighting for children to be drug free? CCHR is one such group fighting for your child to be drug free. Wouldn’t it be nice to see a society where psychiatry paid a price for any diagnosis and were forced to reveal real reasons behind their diagnosis? I mean real accountability.



Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Psychiatry Actually Votes Disorders into Existence

Psychiatry's billing "Bible,” The Diagnostic & Statistical Manual (DSM)

We found this from CCHR (Citizens Commission on Human Rights

Psychiatry’s diagnostic criteria are literally voted into existence and inserted into the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders (DSM). They are currently on DSM5. What is voted in is a system of classification of symptoms that is drastically different from, and foreign to, anything in medicine. None of the diagnoses are supported by objective evidence of physical disease, illness or science.
“There are no objective tests in psychiatry, no X-ray, laboratory, or exam finding that says definitively that someone does or does not have a mental disorder.”
—Allen Frances, Former DSM-IV Task Force Chairman
“DSM-IV is the fabrication upon which psychiatry seeks acceptance by medicine in general. Insiders know it is more a political than scientific document…DSM-IV has become a bible and a money making bestseller—its major failings notwithstanding.”
—Loren Mosher, M.D., Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
“The way things get into the DSM is not based on blood test or brain scan or physical findings. It's based on descriptions of behavior. And that’s what the whole psychiatry system is.” —Dr. Colin Ross, psychiatrist
“We can manufacture enough diagnostic labels of normal variability of mood and thought that we can continually supply medication to you…But when it comes to manufacturing disease, nobody does it like psychiatry.” —Dr. Stefan Kruszewski, Harvard trained Pennsylvania psychiatrist, 2004
“In short, the whole business of creating psychiatric categories of ‘disease,’ formalizing them with consensus, and subsequently ascribing diagnostic codes to them, which in turn leads to their use for insurance billing, is nothing but an extended racket furnishing psychiatry a pseudo-scientific aura. The perpetrators are, of course, feeding at the public trough.” —Dr. Thomas Dorman, internist and member of the Royal College of Physicians of the UK, Fellow, Royal College of Physicians of Canada