Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Trump Dumps Dug Czar Tom Marino over Opiod epidemic

Congressman Tom Matrino sponsored a bill in the past that made it more difficult for the DEA to go after drug distributor who are the main contributors of the opiod epidemic. 60 minutes recent projected a spot light on these distributor McKesson, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen. These distributor sell opiods to pharmacists. They are by law supposed to alert and withhold distribution to over prescribing pharmacists. There were many pharmacists requesting massive amounts of opiods in areas of minimal populations.

This is another stark example of where pharmaceutical companies think only of money. They have no moral compass, and they are killing our youth. Purdue Pharma is also facing state lawsuits with over prescribing Oxycontin. Many sold their stocks this week in light of these reports of Pharmaceutical abuses.

Pharma is virtually always in the cross hairs of wrong doing. Making drugs that don't do anything. In bed with psychiatrists, and promoting drugs that will cause a person to commit suicide. Only you can prevent your own death by pharma. Don't give in or listen to this deathly nonsense that psychiatry works, or that pharmaceutical drugs will extend your life. They only see money.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

New York City School Teens stabs Two Classmates killing one

Abel Cedeno, 18, stabbed and killed Matthew McCree, 15, and wounded Ariane LaBoy, 16, at the Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation. The school administers to 6th-12th grades near another elementary school. Do you wonder why the poorer communities are under served? This school is a low performing school according to news reports and kids have told the city they do not feel safe there.
Only 5 % of students pass math and the schools rating is English is a mere 13% based on 2016 exam results. Over 50% of the students indicated they felt safe at school. Now the mayor of New York City de Blasio says he will increase security at the school.
Really, now is the time to increase security? What about the exam results? Politicians and education administrators have long known that exam results in school like this produce horrible results. These kids have low prospects for a positive future without simple math and English skills.
We don’t know if anti-depressants or psych drugs played a role in this violence, but there are likely students at the school on psychotropic drugs. There is a certainty that the US education system has failed these kids.
Our politicians don’t seem to have the time or interest to fix these matters. This school was around and likely failing during Bloomberg’s tenure. It is long time overdue for politicians to stop talking and start fixing.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

The Myth of the Chemical Cure by Dr Joanna Moncrieff



This is from the Daily Mail:

Dr Joanna Moncrieff, is a Senior lecturer in psychiatry at University College London and author of The Myth Of The Chemical Cure.

I've been practicing psychiatry for 20 years, and in my experience antidepressants don't do any good at all. I wouldn't take them under any circumstances - not even if I were suicidal.
All the research shows is that, at best, antidepressants make people feel a tiny bit better than a placebo. But this doesn't mean they actually treat depression.
After all these years of brain scanning, we don't even have evidence that depression is related to a chemical imbalance in the brain, so the whole idea that we can treat it chemically is questionable.
I believe depression is an extreme reaction to our circumstances, and the best way to recover from it is to work out the cause.
Sometimes that means talking therapies and sometimes it means changing your circumstances, such as getting a new job or addressing relationship problems.
There are, of course, some people who are depressed for no apparent reason, but there is still no evidence they suffer from a brain disease or that antidepressants can help. It's still better to try and find new things and break the cycle of thoughts and behavior.
Antidepressants are psychoactive drugs -they alter the mind, like cannabis or alcohol, and I've always thought that were I depressed, I'd want to have all my faculties to get me out of the rut - not be clouded by a drug whose effects we don't really understand. End Dail Mail report

Dr. Moncrieff says it like it is, and she mirrors our sentiments. Anti-depressants don’t work. Brain scanning shows no evidence that depression has anything to do with chemical imbalance. Psychiatry and pharma science is a total fraud.

This is straight from a psychiatrist who knows about Bigpharma drugging.