posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 08:38 PM
You want to know how all of this fits together....??? Allow me to tell a personal story and you connect the dots.
I was born into a very Southern (redneck) Family... I am gay... and even though my family loves and accepts me, as a closeted 17 year old; I became
extremely depressed with the thought of alienation. I withdrew from life and became very distant... long story short... my worried parents sent me to
This "doctor" tried numerous amounts of medication which made the problem worse. And I don't know if you all are aware, but SSRI's are not a cure
for anything. They color the world and cause mania... I know this from first hand experience. The problems we allude via these "false" solutions
still remain, [i.e. homosexuality and the stigmas surrounding it.] regardless how many pills you get pumped into you. And instead of accepting myself,
I chose to follow the doctors orders.
To make a longer story even shorter... these "pills" changed me even further. Instead of being a cautious intelligent person, it made me a
inquisitive-social person. It changed my personality and I ended up putting myself in situations I wouldn't have otherwise.
While on a certain anti-depressant... and after coming out as a gay man. I happened to walk in on my partner in the throws of passion... in our
bedroom... with someone else. I can't explain what happened, but something very evil took over me. I feel into a DEEP DARK depression, which still is
After an attempt at suicide [thankfully it was just an attempt]; once again more medicine was pushed upon me. With nerves wrecked, a life spinning out
of control, I turned to drinking... drinking lead to cigarettes... cigarettes lead elsewhere.
Now I fight addiction on a daily basis... thankfully, the cost of cigarettes keeps the drinking and the other at bay.
So the point of this confession is this... had I lived in a world that TRULY propagated equality, I wouldn't have been forced into the hands of a
quack psychologist, whose soul profession is that of a drug pusher.
Yes it is a choice to smoke that initial cigarette, but once the hooks are in, they are in.
Yes, it is a soft-kill weapon.
Yes, it is designed for the aim of chemical dependance.
YES!!! it is used as a socio-economic weapon... but now with "Obamacare", the scope with which this weapon can be used is boarder-line exponential!
The facts are this... their are two sides to every system. It is far easier for the Negative Side to control the Positive side. Fear sells better than
love, especially to a society that is self-serving and self-centered.
The Devil will not come to you as an enemy!!! He will be your best friend!
Excuse me will I smoke another cigarette! And yes I will hate myself later... no need to tell me to go to Hell. I already live here.