posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 08:29 AM
reply to post by texasgirl
reply to post by Galactic
That is fictitious. It's not real.
Originally posted by texasgirl
Originally posted by Galactic
The name of the game is: toxin
Wow, what a powerful article. So what happened that made him no longer his doctor? He basically said he treated and Adam climbed out of his dark
hole. Did they switch doctors?
I fear for this doctor for coming out. Pharmaceutical companies are not going to like this!!
Look at the first line..
I have treated “Adam Lanza”, male and female, young and old, for decades.
Male and female? Young and old? Decades? Does any of that apply to Adam Lanza? A 20 years young male.
The biggest clue is how anti-psychiatric drugs this 'doctor' is. And how pro alternative medicine this 'doctor' is. I mean that's fine in general but
not someone claiming to have attended these mainstream prestigious schools which very much support conventional medicine. Not someone claiming to be a
physician and psychiatrist. This doctor says in 42 years never once prescribed a drug
This person used big terms and big school names to fool you.
Why is "Adam's" name always in quotations anyways? Could it have something to do with web searching.
This is a type of expression of a larger cause of disability I have called “Genome Disruption Syndrome” or GDS
It's a plant for you to visit that site. $$$. That's what this is really about. It's obvious.
Adam was, according to his uncle, being “treated” with Fantapt
Woa woa hold the phone. What do you mean according to his uncle? You said you were his doctor.... what about according to YOU??
The 'doctor' also mentioned Adam's brothers and sisters (in the plural) many times. Did he have multiple brothers and sisters?
Psychiatric drugs kill both those who take them and those they turn on.
They are unnecessary and dangerous, but oh, so profitable.
Kill all those that take them. Does that sound professional?
Anyways it's the profitable part that is hilarious. Scroll down to the bottom of that article...look at all those links redirecting you to visit their
alternative medicine sites with a multitude of products to buy.
edit on 20-12-2012 by Lucid Lunacy because: (no reason given)