Monday, December 5, 2016


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

This is taken from an article in 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, 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 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 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.”


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

Thursday, September 1, 2016

How Psychiatry Diagnoses Bi-polar and how this diagnosis always gets one on drugs for life.

Bi-polar is sometimes called manic depression, bipolar disorder causes extreme shifts in mood. According to psych’s it may make someone feel splendid for weeks and then topple into depression. According to these same psychiatrists without treatment, a person with bipolar disorder may have intense episodes of depression, and also symptoms of sadness, anxiety, loss of energy, hopelessness, and trouble concentrating.

So What Causes Bipolar Disorder, According to Psychiatry?

Psychiatry indicates the exact biological mechanisms are unknown. They say "it's probably genetic? This is what they say. We are not making this up, or it is vulnerability with whatever happens in one's life.
Psychiatry’s pays for research. They pay universities to do tests with the “expected” conclusion what psychiatry wants the results to be. If the university gets the wrong result then that university will not get these grants in the future. See the scheme? So psychiatry suggests bipolar disorder is 60 percent hereditary. So blame your mother. The other factors that they say likely contributes is an imbalance of chemicals in the brain. This gives psychiatry and pharma license to give you drugs to “correct” this imbalance. So these are the two areas they say causes bi-polar disorder. Both causes or so called causes are grasping at straws. The answer is they don’t know. Lets look at the first cause which they say that bi-polar is 60% genetic. This in the psych world means your mother or father was bi-polar and passed it on like passing on the genes for the way you look, or skin color or height. Bi-polar is in your genes according to them. I mean really! This is what psych’s come up with. The unique thing for them is that it allows them to diagnose you and then drug you for the rest of your life. If your born with bi-polar according to them then we drug you into wellness. Well not wellness, but the just bill your insurance, which increases your costs. Or if you are the 40% then you have a chemical imbalance, so they just drug you into chemical balance. Are you buying any of this? It is all billable to pharma from psychiatry to the drug company to your insurance company to you.
To psychiatry and the pharmaceutical companies you are just chemicals they can play with. They don’t have to have a clue as to why someone is bi-polar. They just can make it up. Oh, it must be from your mother. They go to all this training and education and all they come up with is chemicals that just make you more depressed. And if the drugs don’t work then they electrocute you into wellness. That is correct ECT is Electrocution Therapy. This treatment, done while you are “asleep” under general anesthesia, can rapidly improve mood symptoms of bipolar disorder according to them and WebMD. If you believe that? It shocks the brain. They say it is safe. But do you want your child to be shocked into wellness. Do you honestly believe that sending 450 volts or .9 amps into an adolescent will cure them? Sounds like ISIS works in your psych-hospital.

Monday, August 8, 2016

Munich and London Summer 2016 Terror Attacks Attributed to Mental Illness

In late July 2016 a gunman identified as 18-year-old Ali Sonboly killed nine people at a mall. The victims were 13 to 20 years old. Ali Sonboly was of Iranian decent with German citizenship. He also injured ten people. German authorities indicated he was bullied at school and had mental health issues. The mental health issue is the code word for psychotropic drug use and psychiatry. The killer also researched school mass shootings, which most are in the US. The German authorities are exonerating him as a political terrorist.

In early August in Russel Square London. The killer killed an American woman in her 60s. He repeatedly stabbed her in the back. According to Scotland Yard there is no evidence found of radicalization that would suggest the man in custody was "in any way motivated by terrorism". The Norwegian national of Somali origin also injured several other tourists. The British authorities came to the non-terrorist conclusion very rapidly.

What is tricky thing about these killings is that once political terrorism is eliminated then nothing concrete will be done to combat future killings. If political terror was involved then police, military and politicians would address the issue and look to contain it. In the Munich shooting the major issue by the German police is how he got the weapon. In the Russel Square London attacked the man used a knife, so absolutely nothing more will be said about that attack by the media or authorities.

When mental health and psychotropic drugs are responsible with the aid of psychiatry then it is just a normal day in the world. Nobody not the government, police, politicians, or media will address psych drugs. The pharmaceutical companies never go on trial. The psychiatrists never lose their jobs or licenses. Nobody but the victims care if mental health issues and the drugs that cause them are responsible for normal people going to a mall or visiting a tourist site then getting killed.

Why isn’t psychiatry and pharmaceutical companies taken to trial for non-political terror. These groups with drug pushing medical doctors are responsible for terror literally and even more deaths. They kill more than ISIS terrorists worldwide. They cause the same anxiety and fear as a radicalized Islamist. The difference seems to be money. Media organizations and political elections are run on pharma money. Thus it is not terror when a boy kills 10 in a mall. It’s just a bad day. Will someone ever do anything about pharmaceutical terror and psychiatric and American Medical Association terror groups?

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

When you Know Psychotropic Drugs are Involved in a Killing or Mass Killing

Most of the time if not all of the time. Police and the government will not disclose if a killer mostly with guns, but not always was on anti-depressants or psychotropic drugs. We simply have to read the tea leaves.
In most mass killings the killer is a male
The killer has no previous history of violence. Many cases the killer is a teen, so their person crime or conflict history is minimal.
The shooter kills themselves or attempts to in the act of mass killing. There is no win or exit for the shooter. The killer is virtually in a trance and shoots shoots shoots or stabs with no plan or strategy to flee. The killing is not killing in the act of a robbery or kidnapping with demands. It is just kill everyone
Family, co-workers and friends say the killer was normal. Sometimes others will say they were loners, but the killer is generally “normal”.
This is the key. The killer has a history of psychiatric care. This doesn’t mean just psychiatrist care since a medical doctors will prescribe psychiatric drugs most often. It is also safe to say psychiatry and the medical profession are drug pushers. There is lots of money in psych drugs
If the killer has a history of seeing a psychiatrist even once then you can pretty much guarantee he has had exposure to some psychotropic drugs.

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Prostitution, Sex, Suicide and Anti-depressants A formula for Disaster for the Oakland Police Department

Brendan O'Brien was an officer with the Oakland Police Department. He was found dead
on September 25, 2015 after his mother call police to check on him. He was found stretched out on the couch, his mouth open, and a gun in his hand. He had committed suicide. He had a tattoo with his own personal credo "Live Together Die Alone," according to the coroner's report. He also left a note telling details of his life with a teenage prostitute. The young women admitted the affair, but it appears she had been dating a number of police officers while under age in several departments in Alameda County.

Office O’Brien was also depressed, so it is extremely likely he was on psychotropic drugs.
According to CNN there were 28 officers total involved with the prostitute. Fourteen Oakland police officers, five Richmond police officers, several Alameda County Sherriff's deputies, a Livermore police officer and a Contra Costa County Sheriff's deputy. News reports indicate that Officer Brendan O’Brien call 911 in June of 2014 where they found his wife Irma Huerta Lopez dead from a gunshot wound. The death was initially deemed suspicious according to the coroner’s report. The family of Irma Lopez indicated it is unlikely she would have committed suicide. The gun was owned by Officer O’Brien who indicated he went out after an argument with Irma.

The bottom line is Officer O'Brien had a history of depression and post-traumatic stress disorder according to the coroner's investigative report, and committed suicide. There is an internal investigation in several Alameda County police departments over this sex with a teenager. What is clear to us is anti-depressants were once again involve with the potential death of Mrs. Lopez and suicide of Officer O’Brien.

Friday, July 1, 2016

The Brains Amydgala and Psychotropic Drugs

The body has an alarm circuit for fear in the brain and it is an almond-shaped mass of nuclei deep in the brain’s temporal lobe. The amygdala controls autonomic responses associated with fear, arousal, and emotional stimulation and has been linked to neuropsychiatric disorders anxiety disorder and social phobias. Science says the amydgala mechanism is to decode emotions such as fear, and they say even extinction. We can decode that as imminent death. According to doctors fear is a psychological response to some danger. This could be real danger like a car swerving in your lane on the highway, or a dog growing at you a few feet away. Fear can also be perceived fear like fear of flying, or just looking over the edge of a tall building and thinking you can fall.
According to Psychiatry and BigPharma the data on fear and anxiety show dense serotonin input to the amygdala. The psych’s studied this via brain imaging and people who were shown images of fear or anxiety showed outflow from the amygdala to the hypothalamus. This resulted in sweaty palms and increased heart rate, and a person autonomic response to fear and anxiety.

Thus psychotropic drugs were born, since BigPharma considers emotional memories as party of anxiety disorder and fear or phobias. Like a fear of public speaking, or anxiety at a dinner party.

Psychiatry’s response is to chemically strew with your brain to make it think things are not happening. If you think about this closely. If psychiatry feels emotional memories are involved in a person fear, anxiety and depression. Then reason that the solution is to drug the brain into thinking the fear, anxiety and depression doesn’t exit. Just Drug it!

Does that take away a person’s fear, anxiousness or depression? Absolutely not. They think treaty depression is like using a pain killer. Pain killers like aspirin trick the brain that the pain is not there. This is done until the body heals itself from the injury. A pain killer just numbs the pain temporarily.

So what psychiatry and Pharma are doing and making hordes of money over it is telling your brain to pretend depression doesn’t exit. They don’t solve the problem at all. A person may have to take an anti-depressant forever, since psychiatry has no solution for you.

There are alternatives to psychiatry and taking drugs that don’t do anything. One of them is Diabetics, which addresses the emotional memories and fears, so they don’t continue to control a person’s well being. Also please see our website for other natural alternatives psych drugs that do nothing for you.

Thursday, June 2, 2016

How Big Pharma sells you drugs you probably don’t need: Celebrities who spread ‘disease awareness’

This is an article from Raw Story by Martha Rosenberg


Did you ever wonder why new medications so often debut right after awareness of the condition they treat increases? It is no coincidence. The tactic is called unbranded advertising and “disease awareness,” and drug companies spend more on it than they do for regular advertising.
This article was originally published by The Influence, a news site that covers the full spectrum of human relationships with drugs. Follow The Influence on Facebook or Twitter.
Unbranded disease advertising usually suggests that many more people suffer from a condition than anyone thought—it may even be a “silent epidemic.” It lists symptoms, offers “quizzes” and tries to scare people into “seeing your doctor.” The diseases may not be “made up,” but usually exist in much smaller numbers than is suggested. What disease awareness advertising does not do is tell you the drug that is being marketed for the condition or the company behind the “education.” (Which is why it is called “unbranded.”)
Pharma companies love disease awareness advertising because, unlike direct-to-consumer (DTC) advertising, risks and warnings of possible drug treatments do not have to be listed. In DTC ads, the risks and warnings are often as long as the sales pitch itself, and sometimes perversely “unsell” the drug even as the viewer is looking at sunsets and puppies.
But not everyone agrees with the omission in unbranded advertising. For example, Aaron Kesselheim, MD, a Harvard professor, told a New York Times reporter in 2013 that an ADHD disease awareness video that supports the safety of stimulant drugs while leaving out their risks is misleading and irresponsible.
Still, disease awareness does much of the heavy lifting in today’s Pharma marketing environment. “Disease awareness offers two primary benefit pathways for the brand that successfully engages it,” says a drug marketing article. It “can provide a lead generation source for later branded outreach” and it “offers an opportunity to inspire patients to some beneficial action or actions.”
Cynics may ask, benefit for whom?
Another drug marketing site agrees. “Disease awareness campaigns have long been fundamental to pharmaceutical and biotechnology marketing and medical teams’ respective communication plans,” it says. Disease awareness is a “tool to ensure that the right patients are prescribed the right treatments” and is “particularly important for diseases in which symptoms are nonspecific, incidence is infrequent, or treatments are not curative. For these diseases, physicians and mid level practitioners are less likely to be familiar with clinical developments or advances in the understanding of diagnostic factors and disease progression.”
Analyzing how successful such disease awareness campaigns are, The Guardian also weighed in:
“Typically, a corporate-sponsored ‘disease awareness’ campaign focuses on a mild psychiatric condition with a large pool of potential sufferers. Companies fund studies that prove the drug’s efficacy in treating the affliction, a necessary step in obtaining FDA approval for a new use, or ‘indication.’ Prominent doctors are enlisted to publicly affirm the malady’s ubiquity, then public-relations firms launch campaigns to promote the new disease, using dramatic statistics from corporate- sponsored studies.”
“Finally, patient groups are recruited to serve as the ‘public face’ for the condition, supplying quotes and compelling stories for the media; many of the groups are heavily subsidized by drugmakers, and some operate directly out of the offices of drug companies’ PR firms.”

“Are You Allergic to People?” and Other Aggressive Campaigns
Are your “allergic” to people? Do you “blush, sweat, shake—even find it hard to breathe,” when trying to socialize? If so, you may have “social anxiety disorder,” said one of the first “disease awareness” campaigns. It proved very successful. Concocted by the slick PR firm Cohn & Wolfe in 1999 to sell the soon-to-be-marketed SSRI antidepressant Paxil, news outlets operated as Pharma stenographers, reporting that as many as 10 million adults suffered from the “social anxiety” epidemic. Who knew?
After “social anxiety” disease awareness campaign—which coincided with the legalization of DTC advertising in the late 1990s—marketing boomed. Soon people began treating their “seasonal allergies,” dry eyes, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), Restless Legs syndrome, high cholesterol, and of course, depression, like never before. The subjects of disease awareness marketing often had nonspecific symptoms and vague diagnostic criteria.
Do you remember hearing about the many women suffering from “Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder” (HSDD) a few years ago? The disease awareness campaign wassponsored by drug giant Boehringer Ingelheim, to help sell its drug Addyi (flibanserin), which was moving toward FDA approval. The drug was later acquired by Sprout. The marketing included TV personality Lisa Rinna in an aggressive campaign called “Sex Brain Body: Make the Connection.”
Boehringer Ingelheim also wined and dined potential medical supporters, remembers London sex researcher Petra Boynton. “I’ve had two invitations to attend two two-day long ‘training days’ at top London hotels (with an honorarium of £1000 per session),” she wrote on a blog. “My understanding of the aim of these events were to highlight FSD (or more specifically Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder) as a problem and inform practitioners about treatment approaches.”
Though she declined to attend, Boehringer Ingelheim also asked Boynton to write a paper for the British Journal of Sexual Medicine. “They had clear instructions about what they wanted me to say and how this would set the scene that HSDD was a prevalent and distressing problem,” she remembers.
Men are not exempt from disease awareness marketing. Low testosterone or “Low T” has been aggressively marketed by Big Pharma, though it occurs rarely, according to experts.
“True instances of testosterone deficiency such as hypogonadism are rare—less than one half of one percent of men have this problem,” Boston University School of Medicine longevity expert Thomas Perls, MD told me in an interview. “Since massive marketing campaigns emerged in the late 1980s claiming that common symptoms like lack of energy, poor sleep, poor libido could be treated with testosterone, the number of men labeled with this disease skyrocketed. The new syndrome of aging-related low testosterone was facilitated by doctors’ organizations that allowed new and much less rigorous and specific definitions of hypogonadism. Some of these consensus panels were sponsored by pharmaceutical companies making and marketing testosterone.”
Nor are the “Low T” products necessarily safe. “The use of testosterone products (androgens) in men outside very limited indications is not a harmless measure,” says an article on Healthy Skepticism:
“Severe adverse effects from inappropriate use of androgens include sodium and water retention, oedema, acne, gynaecomastia, impotence, testicular atrophy, priapism, inhibition of spermatogenesis, degenerative changes in seminiferous tubules, impaired glucose tolerance, hypercalcemia, polycythaemia, decreased clotting factors, increased LDL cholesterol, aggressive behaviour, psychotic symptoms, physical and psychological dependence, withdrawal symptoms etc.”

Non-24 Hour Sleep Wake Disorder and Other Diseases Brought to Our “Awareness”
In 2009, CBS News reported that drugmakers had spent hundreds of millions of dollars to raise awareness of fibromyalgia which it called, “a murky illness, helping boost sales of pills recently approved as treatments and drowning out unresolved questions—including whether it’s a real disease at all.”
Eli Lilly and Pfizer had donated more than $6 million to “nonprofit groups for medical conferences and educational campaigns,” reported CBS. While fibromyalgia, like most diseases given such “awareness,” certainly exists, the timing and estimation of how many people “suffer” was totally orchestrated by Pharma and its many patient front-groups.
Like most disease awareness marketing, the cause of fibromyalgia is unknown, observed CBS, and “there are no tests to confirm a diagnosis. Many patients also fit the criteria for chronic fatigue syndrome and other pain ailments.”
Some diseases given awareness are so rare, they almost appear a satire or a joke. How many people, for example, suffer from the sleep disorders nacrolepsy, Shift Work Sleep Disorder and Non-24 Hour Sleep Wake Disorder, the latter almost always only affecting blind people? That has not stopped Pharma from scaring people with symptoms and quizzes to ask their doctors about and setting up unbranded websites to “educate” about the diseases.
For example the unbranded website Wake Up Narcolepsy, says “It can take as long as 10 to 15 years after the first symptoms appear before Narcolepsy is recognized and diagnosed. Many doctors are unfamiliar with Narcolepsy, even though it affects 1 in 2,000 people. Narcolepsy symptoms are like symptoms of other illnesses, such as infections, depression and other sleep disorders.” Narcolepsy can “sometimes be mistaken for a learning problem, seizure and even laziness, especially in school-aged children and teens. When Narcolepsy symptoms are mild, the disorder is even harder to diagnose.” The disease awareness is courtesy of Jazz Pharmaceuticals, not mentioned on the unbranded website, which makes the narcolepsy drug Xyrem that costs up to $35,000 for one year.
Of course, some disease awareness campaigns have been chillingly successful. A 2014 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that more than10,000 two- and three-year-olds in the US are now on the stimulants Ritalin, Adderall and their cousins for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). While ADHD to many is a made-up disease, diagnosing children including preschoolers with behavioral and psychiatric conditions was unheard of until Pharma had expensive drugs to treat them. Ten years ago, the nation was sickened by the drug-related death of Rebecca Riley, treated for bipolar disorder, even though she was just four years old.
Adult ADHD is also increasingly given awareness. In 2009, Shire launched a Nationwide Adult ADHD Mobile Awareness Tour, which included a “mobile screening initiative” called the RoADHD Trip (get it?)
The caravan, anchored by “the RoADHD Trip Tractor Trailer,” which turned into a tented area with eight “self-screening stations,” traveled the country, visiting major cities such as Chicago, Indianapolis and Dallas. In each city, Shire said it was partnering with the Attention Deficit Disorder Association, “a leading adult ADHD patient advocacy organization, in an effort to assist up to 20,000 adults to self-screen for this disorder.” All orchestrated and planned with a non-profit as the front group. It's a sting by any other measure.

Why Unbranded Ads Solve Pharma Problems
It is no secret that the last few years have been very bad for Pharma. The antics of drug “re-pricers” like Martin Shkreli and Valeant Pharmaceuticals who buy old drugs and jack their prices, Pharma companies like Pfizer trying to flee US taxes by merging overseas (even though they live on our taxes), and the emerging evidence of how Pharma contributed to current opioid and heroin addiction problems have made Pharma a disdained industry. Even the American Medical Association (AMA) has declared its opposition to Pharma’s aggressive ways, suggesting limits on DTC drug advertising.
Pharma knows it is unliked, and like other unpopular industries—the chemical industry, seed companies like Monsanto, the gas and oil industry complex, Wall Street—it fears grassroots comments and Internet feedback which it cannot buy off.
“Adverse event reporting has been a concern for pharma since the advent of social media,” admits an article on Medical Marketing and Media addressing how the industry faces serious “public distrust” on social media. Rather than get defensive over “adverse reports” from patients or fight back, a marketing expert quoted in the article suggests “the way to earn trust is to show empathy, speak in a way that is credible to the patient and remember that social media is a relationship.” This sounds a lot like the “GMO Answers” approach that Monsanto and other seed giants use to address fears people have over genetically modified crops—using industry operatives to spin answers to questions.
Another Pharma marketer agrees, cautioning not to let bad patient buzz overshadow “the work you’ve done online….The vocal minority now becomes the published majority, and that becomes the experience that everyone attaches themselves to….Putting your head in the sand and ignoring these people is the wrong way to think about how people are experiencing your brand or your content.”
In addition to using industry shills, says the marketer, neutralize angry patients by encouraging them to tell their own stories—a tactic used by many Pharma-funded disease awareness sites.
In March I wrote in The Influence about the new campaign from PhRMA, the industry’s trade group, to defend outrageous drug prices: “Hope to Cures.” Like disease awareness marketing, the campaign depicts patient—like “Theresa,” diagnosed with thyroid cancer at 57, and “Charis,” suffering from ankylosing spondylitis at age 29—up close and personal. The profiles are intentionally tear-jerking, to show the good Pharma does and shame anyone who thinks it is profiteering.

The Celebrities Who Spread Disease Awareness
In addition to patient profiles, Pharma has used celebrity endorsements to sell drugs and raise disease awareness. Television personalities Joan Lunden and baseball player Mike Piazza pushed the allergy pill Claritin. Dorothy Hamill and the track star then known as Bruce Jenner pushed the pain pill Vioxx, which caused 27,785 heart attacks and sudden cardiac deaths.
But when actress Kathleen Turner appeared on CNN, she simply shared her battle with rheumatoid arthritis for disease awareness, not mentioning the arthritis drug she was raising awareness for or the manufacturers who were funding her, reported the Philadelphia Inquirer. Nor did TV talk show host Meredith Vieira mention any Merck bone products while “educating” women on the importance of strong bones in a national campaign which offered—any guesses?–free bone density screening. Sally Field, known as the family matriarch in the TV drama Brothers and Sisters, was the face of the bone disease awareness risks for women, not afraid to name the drug Boniva. “You have only one body and one life,” said Field in the ads which also claimed the drug “reversed” one loss. Since Vieira and Field raised “awareness” about the risk of bone thinning, the class of drugs they promoted—called bisphosphonates—has been linked to cancer, relentless pain, heart problems, jaw necrosis and the very fractures they were supposed to prevent.
More recently, tennis star Monica Seles raised awareness for “binge eating disorder,” actress Marcia Cross promoted awareness of migraine headaches and race car driver Danica Patrick promoted awareness of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Singer LeAnn Rimes has also promoted awareness of eczema and Paula Deen awareness of diabetes no doubt enabled by some of her rich recipes.

How to Get Nearer the Truth
One of the most dangerous parts of disease awareness is the lack of clear risks and warnings for the drugs that are implicitly promoted. We hear how Pharma valiantly battled patients’ diseases but nothing about the side effects (and prices) of the drugs in question.
One of the best sites to get the other side of the story is, a Webby award-winning, patient-driven site that lets you “Learn from the experience of real people who have taken drug treatments” and “Share your side effects or success stories” free from Pharma influence. Patients can read the thousands of entries about an individual drug, see a summary of effects for a drug based on FDA Medwatch data, and search for specific side effects.
Another site that quickly lets you see a drug’s side effects without Pharma influence and how frequent the side effects occur is HealthBee. “The short history behind the site was an attempt to figure out how prevalent some of the side effects of certain drugs that family members were taking were,” the developers told me. Since nothing seemed to exist and information was “very limited and lacking” the founders created the site themselves in 2013.
Finally, Worst Pills, published by the well respected Public Citizen, is the granddaddy of non-Pharma-influenced drug information sites. For a small subscription fee, patients can learn about the drugs they are taking or might take, as well as reading important reported stories like “Is XARELTO Really the ‘Right Move’ for Patients With Blood Clots or Risk for Stroke?” and “The Best Drug for Severe Acute Low Back Pain.”
The two big caveats to keep in mind about disease awareness advertising are: You probably don’t have the condition advertised; and if you do, the drug treatment marketed for it may have many buried risks.

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Nanny Accused of Killing 2 Children in Manhattan Rejects a Plea Deal. She was under Psychiatric Treatment

A nanny, Yoselyn Ortega age 53 is accused of killing two children under her care in their Manhattan apartment turned down an offer from a judge on Thursday that would have given her a prison sentence of 30 years to life in return for guilty pleas to both murders.
Defense lawyers have told the court they intend to use an insanity defense, and Ms. Ortega has been examined by a psychiatric expert. Ms. Van Leer-Greenberg has said Ms. Ortega has delusions, but the nature of her mental illness has not been disclosed. The case will go to trial this year, while the murders occurred in 2012.
News reports indicate that on the day of the killing the mother Ms. Krim returned home with a 3 year old daughter. She found her 6 year old and two year old dead in the bathtub. Stabbed with a knife. Yoselyn Ortega then held a knife to her own throat and threated suicide. Court records indicate that her reason for killing the children is because of financial problems.
The real reason is she has been “treated” for mental illness. Ms. Ortega’s friend indicated she has shown signs of mental illness and had been helped by mental health professionals. In our view these professionals did nothing for Ms. Ortega and are responsible for the killings. It is clear she was on psychotropic drugs and had seen and was seeing psychiatric “professionals”. These “pros” did not inform Ms. Krim the mother of the nannies problems. Psychotropic drugs have a clear side effect of suicide and a propensity to kill others.
Ms. Ortega, a naturalized American citizen from the Dominican Republic, had worked for the Krims for about two years. She had no criminal record. Her relatives and friends, however, have said she showed signs of a mental unraveling before the murders and had sought help from a mental health professional.
Psychiatry’s failure is responsible for the maltreatment of Ms. Ortega and the death of two innocent children. None of the news reports indicate any responsibility for these mental health professionals.

Saturday, May 14, 2016

US Suicide Rates Increasing Yearly with No End in Sight, “Thanks Pharma”

According to the CDC suicides in the US were 13 people out of 100,000 as of 2014. This suicide rate has increased since 1999. It was 10.5 suicides per 100,000 then. There is also been a dramatic increase in psychotropic drugs. This CDC report has tally the suicide rate from 10 years to 75 years plus.

The suicide rate has declined among African American men, but has increase 60% with white women and 28% among white men. The number of suicides increased dramatically among Native Americans, which went up 89%. Suicide is now the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. Some mental health professionals feel that the progress in the 80’s and early 90’s to reduce the suicide rate has been undone by concern that antidepressants increase suicide. These so called professionals are concerned that the black box warning causes people not to take the antidepressants. It is clear that even the lenient FDA is concerned that antidepressant do cause suicides.

The so called mental health professional also known as psychiatrist’s blame easy lethal means such as guns as the reason for the increase in suicides. The reality is that psychotropic drugs have increased along with the increase and suicides showing a direct connection between psychotropic drugs and suicide. What the study doesn’t say is that the opiates are prescribed by these health professionals who don’t look at the consequences of their prescriptions.

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention feels they are helping to lower suicide rates among people 75 and older. They indicate their efforts to include educating primary care doctors about identifying people at risk of suicide and working to enhance their connections in society and participation in activities. Their participation in society is their concern. What they fail to say or even look at is that most of the elderly are prescribed pharmaceutical drugs which increasing have side effects of suicide. If you look at the side effects of almost every pharma drug you will see a potential risk in suicide. Hello FDA are you looking do you care? No they don’t since the FDA is run by Pharma. No end in sight for the suicide that is clear.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Danish Psychiatrist Dismissed Twice for Putting Patients in Danger Over Psych Drugs

The management of the psychiatric hospitals in Region Zealand will begin to review of patient care due to overexposure of anti-psychotic medication administered to patients. So more psychiatrist will look at one of their own, so the people of Denmark can expect no change.
The FSA for Patient Safety has concluded that patients on the closed section of Slagelse Hospital have been treated with drugs in quantities and combinations that have exposed them to "unnecessary and in some cases serious danger."
The treatment has been initiated by the same psychiatrist, Dr. Lars Sondergaard, who three years ago was dismissed from the Psychiatric Center Glostrup and temporarily deprived of the right to work as a psychiatrist because of covering over-medication of patients. Dr. Lars Sondergaard is now dismissed as a psychiatrist, and his licenses is revoked.

This psychiatrist was reprimanded before and was under strict supervision by other psychiatrists. The head psychiatrist is at Region Zealand apparently still has the full confidence of the hospital. Dr. Lars Sondergaard was treating patients with antipsychotic medications in doses up to five times higher than the maximum in the guidelines. He was in essence killing his patients. In some months is 70 percent of the patients treated with multiple anti-psychotics, while the goal was to only treat 25 percent of the patients.

This is how psychiatry works. If you can call it working.

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Texas University Teenager Was Stalked and Killed by a Psychotropic Drug Using Teen

Haruka Weiser was found dead on the campus of the University of Texas in Austin on April 5, 2016. Meechaiel Criner who is 17 years old is in custody in connection with her death. News reports indicate that surveillance video shows Haruka Weiser leaving the campus library and looking at her phone. Criner who is over 6 feet tall stalked her and it appears he pulled out what may have been a knife and threatened Haruka. She was found dead two days later that Sunday night and was reported missing on Monday.

According to Meechaiel Criner’s grandmother he was a kind person. News reports indicate he and his siblings were abandoned by their mother and the grandmother was raising them. Criner has been missing since August according to the grandmother. He was also in an out of foster homes, and he was receiving psychiatric help and medication.

Haruka Weiser should have been more careful and more concerned with her surroundings that what was on her phone. Most young adults and college students commute walk together at night to avoid such incidents. This was a terrible end to a young women’s life.

What is all too common is the effect of psychotropic drugs and how that is connected to crime and death. Criner was receiving help from a psychiatrist. If this is the help psychiatry delivers than it should be outlawed. Psychotropic drugs and psychiatry killed Haruka Weiser that Sunday night. Psychotropic drugs and the failed psychiatric science studied in Universities derailed a young man Meechaeil Criner. If someone took more care and attention and had a positive working path for young people like Meechaeil then this would have not been the result.

The pure innocent is Haruka Weiser, the criminals are pharma and psychiatric and medical doctor drug pushers with a criminal and victim Meechaeil Criner.

Friday, April 1, 2016

Depressed and Drugged Italian Nurse Murders 13 Patients

An Italian nurse murdered 13 patients, according to authorities in Piombino. Officials recently confirmed Fausta Bonino, 44, was arrested and charged in the deaths of at least 13 people. She had given patients the drug Eparina. The patients were between the ages of 61-88 who were in intensive care, but the patients were not terminally ill.

The nurse Fausta Bonino murdered the patients according to authorities. She administered ten times the usual dosage of Eparina drug. It cause massive internal bleeding in the patients in the State run hospital in Tuscany.

The authorities don’t have a motive. The authorities has indicated Bonino was previously treated for depression. They didn’t indicate what type of drugs the nurse was taking, but the Italians unlike the American’s and British are connecting the dots that psychotropic drugs kill. A depressed nurse on antidepressants killed 13 or more. These drugs turn people into monsters!

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Valient Pharmaceuticals Under Pressure for Fraud and Price Hiking.

Valient Pharmaceuticals which is managed by CEO Michael Pearson has been accused of accounting fraud to cover its books from auditors. The company moved operations to Canada previously to take advantage of more favorable foreign tax rate. This is what is called reverse inversion.
Regarding the fraud. Citron Research said that a recent lawsuit is evidence that Valeant is creating invoices "to deceive the auditors and book revenue."
“Valeant/Philidor have created an entire network of phantom captive pharmacies” to create fake sales of drugs or to avoid scrutiny from auditors, Citron said.

R&O Pharmacy has sued Valeant. In a lawsuit filed in federal court in California, R&O said it had gotten a letter from Valeant’s general counsel on Sept. 4 indicating that it owed Valeant more than $69 million. It had never received a previous invoice from Valeant for any amount.

Valeant's price increase history became a major focus. It has been accused of price increases of some of its drugs from 2013 to 2015. The company spokesman responded to the charges by saying Valeant's company spokesperson said "Our duty is to our shareholders and to maximize value"

These are just some glaring examples of pharmaceutical fraud. In Valient’s case there are multiple incidences, but we have shown this is the case with pharmaceutical companies. They do not care about the consumer. If people died using their drugs so what. It is all about money. Over charge, make profits people die they don’t care.

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Kansas Mass Shooting Suspect was a Depressed Ex-Con

The man Cedric Ford, 38, suspected of killing three people at the Kansas lawnmower factory where he worked was served minutes before his shooting spree. The woman who initialed the court order said he had abused her, according to authorities.
Cedric Ford, 38, was armed with a .223-caliber assault-style rifle and a pistol. He fired opening and randomly at his coworkers for almost thirty minutes. He killed three and wounded fourteen.
According to the Wichita Eagle on its website the court order was from a former girlfriend. In the order she indicated Cedric Ford was an alcoholic, violent, depressed and in need of medical and psychological help.

A former girlfriend was also charged. She has been charged for giving him the gun. News reports indicate Sarah Hopkins faces 10 years in prison if convicted of giving the assault-style rifle and Glock .40-caliber handgun to Ford. Ford was a convicted felon so he was not allowed to have a gun or be near one.
Although President Obama wasted no time to bring up with event the day after the shooting to promote gun control. Clearly this is not a gun control issue as he was given the gun and now the girlfriend faces criminal charges.

This is about psychotropic drugs likely the shooter was given in jail while serving time by psychiatrist’s in prison. The court order which was served indicated that the abuses women and he was depressed and needed help. He has already gotten the failed help and turned it on innocent people.

Three people are dead because of psychiatry and Pharmaceutical drugs.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

An Armed Man having Mental Health Crisis Prompts Police response

This could happen in any town USA, but this incident was in Northern California near San Francisco. A Local news about 30 miles south of San Francisco. It was reported that a 64-year-old man who was in a “mental health crisis” prompted a police response. He had armed himself with a gun according to the police report. His spouse reported that he had been awake for three days and was having paranoid thoughts.
Police called crisis-intervention negotiators as well as mental health professionals. The man eventually surrendered to the police.
What got us was that the police are quoted as saying he is “receiving the care he needs.”
Our two cents on this is that he was awake for three days surely due to psychotropic drugs. Police don’t call in mental health “professionals” unless let’s say a psychiatrists patient is having an emotional attack. He was already under a psychiatrist care and then had this incident. Psychiatrist always prescribed drugs as that is care to psychiatry and it is called treatment.
Now does the mental health professional get dragged into the mud if a patient gets a gun and threatens himself, family and neighbors? No never. What happens is people get arrested and get sent back to the place where it all began. Psychiatry is the reason he was up for three days and then threatened his life and others, so what do they do send him back to a psychiatrist.
It’s called insanity doing the same thing over and over again. The insane psyches are running people into the ground. Yet there are No repercussions, No responsibility, nobody loses a license. No changes, No results. Nothing.

Monday, February 1, 2016

Can Pharma Kill At the Top of the World?

CNN and many news agencies reported in late January that Police arrested a suspect in a shooting that left four people dead in a small town in northern Saskatchewan, Canadian authorities said. This is in northern Canada in a remote region of the country. This has all the hallmarks of a pharmaceutical drug induced killing incident. But there is no evidence currently that the shooter had any prescription drugs in his system.

Police said two brothers were shot dead in a home before the 17 year old gunman headed to the La Loche Community School. Police responded to a call of shots fired at the school. The shooting last Friday is a major tragedy for any community of under 3000. It is an an aboriginal area. The Dene are an aboriginal group who inhabit the northern parts of Canada.

There was a gun used so many will blame this on guns in Canada. This area is so remote with 2600 people that having a gun in the wilderness is not uncommon. We hope that the filtration of volatile anti-depressants has not reached here. If we find that a psychotropic drugs was instrumental in this crime then we will report it here.

Friday, January 15, 2016

One Dead 5 Injured in Drug Trial

The Portuguese pharmaceutical company Bial carried out a drug trial in France over their pain medication. There were six volunteers one is dead and the others are injured. The lucky ones took a placebo.
Do you think your drug is safe?
If you pay attention then you may be aware many drugs companies have lawsuits against them for horrible side effects of their drugs. There are many dangers well before the European Health Ministry and the FDA approves drugs. A case in London on an experimental drugs in 2006 found six in intensive care with patients ballooning after taking a drug in a test case.
.A Reuters report indicated that a 2006 London trial led to the collapse of Germany's TeGenero, the company developing a medicine known as TGN1412. This drug has since gone back into tests for rheumatoid arthritis and is showing promise when given at a fraction of the original dose. In maybe at a pharmacy near you soon.
Is the drug your doctor prescribing to you safe? How many have died taking it in trials and after?
Is there a class action lawsuit against the drug company? It may save your life not to trust your doctor and certainly not to trust Pharma.

Saturday, January 2, 2016

Pharma Drugs Killing and Intoxicated While Driving

From CBS Los Angeles-Margo Julie Bronstein, 56, is charged with four felony counts of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and one felony count of driving under the influence of a drug causing injury.
Police say Bronstein ran a red light around 8 p.m. Dec. 17 and plowed into a group of pedestrians who had just attended a Christmas concert at St. James Catholic School and Parish near Pacific Coast Highway and Vincent Street in Redondo Beach.

The group was crossing PCH when they were struck by the white Saturn. The Saturn continued through the intersection, swerved into the southbound lanes and slammed into another vehicle – all while dragging 6-year-old Samuel Gaza, a kindergartener at the church school. He wound up pinned under a front tire of the car.
Also killed were Samuel’s mother, 36-year-old Martha Gaza, Mary Wilson, 81, and Saeko Matsumura, 87, all of Torrance.
Police said 11 pedestrians were struck, although the criminal complaint names a total of nine victims.

She has said she had taken two pills that afternoon the pain medication Norco and the muscle relaxant Soma with a small amount of bread and some water as she had the day before.
Bronstein told police that she had taken the prescription drugs for about five years and didn’t feel side effects from them that night, according to the officer.

Bronstein, who is jailed in lieu of $500,000 bail, is due back in Los Angeles Superior Court April 7 for a pretrial hearing. She faces up to 40 years in state prison if convicted, according to the District Attorney’s Office. End CBS report

Psych drugs impair people in different ways. In this case there were no antidepressants, but pain medication and muscle relaxants. Pharma drugs kill in different ways.