Sunday, March 1, 2015

Iris Chang Author of Rape of Nanking, Death at the hands of Psychiatry and Pharmaceutical Drugs

Iris Chang was an author of several books including the “Rape of Nanking” and “The Chinese in America”. She was also researching for a future book on the Bataan Death March. She had a instance of depression in Louisville Kentucky, while doing research. She was taken to Norton Psychiatric Hospital. In due course they diagnosed her with reactive psychosis. A definition of brief reactive psychosis is a psychotic episode that last hours or a week due to stress. Further psychosis is defined a as state where a person can’t recognize reality or communicate. The psychiatric hospital did what they only know how to do is provide massive dosages of medication. According to reports this may have been the first time that she had taken anti psychotic medication. She apparently was at the hospital (if you can call it a hospital) for three days under medication. This was in August of 2004, and by November she took her own life in Northern California. According to reports she had been taking Depakote and Risperdal at the time of her death.

This tragedy was over ten years ago, but we bring it up because it shows the continued deadly effects of psychiatry and psychotropic drugs. Psychiatry’s only solution is drugs, drugs and oh we can give them more drugs to combat the side effects. This is a pseudo science that does not care about you. If you sedate someone you don’t have to deal with them, and better still you can bill them.

If you think for one second that psychiatry and the pharmaceutical companies care about the effects of these drugs on people, or the outcome to society then you are grossly mistaken. Their history tells their tale.

It is very unfortunate that the BigPharma psychiatry monster took Iris Chang’s life, but what is more unfortunate is they do it all the time. They are never held to account and they have not been paraded before Congress or vilified in the media. We don’t know the number of people deceased due to psychiatry or pharmaceutical drugs, but we can safely say it is more than the number of soldiers that died in Iraq. Iraq received plenty or press and after the fact oversight.

If this doesn't end soon it will end badly.

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