By Terry | 2nd Amendment
SSRI Stories: Antidepressant Nightmares
The website link above covers over 4,800 violent events associated with SSRI’s which means Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors which connects the drugs with mass murder killings and violent events with the media reports.
Any pharmacist can tell you that two of the side effects or contraindications of SSRI’s like Zoloft, Paxil and Prozac is suicide and homicide.
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One of the things in the past that we have known about depression is that it very, very rarely leads to violence. It’s only been since the advent of these new SSRI drugs that we have murderers, sometimes even mass murderer’s, taking anti-depressant drugs. Dr. Peter Breggin, psychiatrist
So what medications was Adam Lanza on? Was he on one of the SSRI’s anti-depressants too? Note in the Washington Post story below the non-specific mention that “he [Adam Lanza] was on medication” It seems, based on the evidence, that any parent using Prozac, Zoloft or Paxil to medicate their child may in fact be taking their own life and the lives of others in their own hands.
Suspect Adam Lanza was obscure in life, now is infamous in death
By Greg Jaffe, Paul Duggan and Colum Lynch, December 14, 2012, Washington Post
Adam Lanza was his name.
Adam P. Lanza, 20, obscure in life, infamous in death.
A really rambunctious kid, as one former neighbor in Newtown, Conn., recalled him, adding that he was on medication. He was the son of an accountant. A family member told investigators that he had a form of autism, a law enforcement official said.
Why is it that we never hear about the pharmaceutical connection to mass killings and violence?
Why is no one highlighting the control of these substances while all the focus goes to guns as the primary cause?
There are five major pharmaceutical firms which control the market place for medications. This is why they are called Big Pharma.
It just so happens that they are also one of the primary advertiser markets on the major media outlets (another monopoly).
What we are really talking about here is BIG money influence. One hand washing the other. Keep the pharmaceutical connection out. Blame it on everything else and all will continue as is.
Tyranny is almost always preceded with public disarmament. This has been demonstrated aptly in a book now conveniently out of print but available used on Amazon – Death By Gun Control by Zelman and Stevens.
In order for them to gain support for control of privately held weapons, they need the public approval. If they make the public think it is the inanimate, mindless gun and not the individual, causing the killing, it becomes more plausible to sell the story that gun control makes us all safer.
The problem is as Death By Gun Control makes evident, controlling guns leaves us under the control of the same power hungry elite minorities which killed 11 million people under totalitarian regimes like – Nazi Germany or nearly one third of the population in Cambodia and numerous other genocides conducted largely by governments.
Money and Power. Isn’t it always the same for those who seek power over the people. They have simple goals- power and money.
Nothing new under the sun as Solomon said in Ecclesiastes. Same inherent evils that have driven humankind since its inception.
It is up to the people who aren’t allowing those human flaws of money and power at all costs to be their driving forces to stop them.
With the wicked, complacency will not work. Never has, of that you can be assured.
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