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Originally posted by 727Sky
We always hear "follow the money" ...if half the reports and studies in the video are true then..A real Conspiracy "of the worse kind" is before our very own eyes.....One on line diagnostic screening test given to some children as early as the 7th grade are total frauds...During one test which was monitored and taken by everyday people had results that said 50% have a diagnosis of being mentally ill in some form and need drugs. 150 million in the states alone would need psychotropic drugs if the test were correct.
This video says there are 100 million people on Psychotropic drugs but that is not the main story of the video.
Basically it started with a 1967 meeting and how to control the emotions of a population by the year 2000. At approx 51 minutes in the video it says there are now 300 million prescriptions written yearly....
Chemical imbalance is a marketing tool used by the drug companies.
Some studies say Psychotropic drugs kill 2.5 times more people than homicides. Over half of all suicides are on Psychotropic drugs and if you look at rampage stabbings and shootings there is evidence that a psychotropic was involved.
FDA and the approval of these drugs along with the revolving door at FDA and the financial conflict of interest is covered along with the $100,000 fee (now 1 million fee) to expedite or fast track the drugs to market.
No one is immune from the diagnosis and ever expand net of the psychotropic drug net; invent a disease such as shyness and call it social anxiety disorder; Hey we got a drug that will fix that!! Almost all fiction........Drug testing for the drugs is highly suggestive and open to "professional interpretation"...The professionals who do the interpretation have a vested monetary interest in the approval process and with negative results disregarded the general population becomes the test subjects... .
The drugging of our children and the damage these drugs end up doing is a true conspiracy IMO.edit on 11-4-2013 by 727Sky because: added 300 millionedit on 11-4-2013 by 727Sky because: 150 million test
Originally posted by ghoul138
reply to post by 727Sky
i have a few reasons why i'm a bit suspicious of the current trend of doping up kids/ppl 1.WE DON'T FULLY UNDERSTAND THE HUMAN BRAIN!! how the # can you go around messing with something when you don't even understand the subject that is being messed with,2.many psychologist/psychiatrists simply agree to disagree so in other words they just say,"hey well you say he has this i say he has that we aren't sure who's right but we know he has something",which is a bit stupid if you ask me if their field of studies is as well reasearched/organized/prepared/understood as it should be (and it should considering this are human beings your messing with) why do different professionals diagnose a patient with different conditions and just say screw it let's just find a middle ground.3.EVERYTHING IS A DISEASE TO THEM! and if it ain't currently it could be soon,a bunch of "professionals" meet together and vote on what is a real condition and what isn't diseases range from trouble sleeping,wetting the bed,short attention span,overeating,overthinking,this conditions are subjective and perhaps some might be real but it leaves so much open space for anyone who might now have a serious condition to be misdiagnosed and end up with a real condition due to the medication itself!
Originally posted by xenongod
Myself included as a guinea pig for Big Pharm, have been trying to get off of Citalopram for a couple years now but the side effects of withdrawal are worse than staying on it. Not to mention, in case of an overdose it causes death by messing with the electrical signals to the heart. I've had more side effects than noticeable help or cure for my "anxiety panic disorder", but it has kept me sober for 4 years, mind-set or not.
I was in and out of detox for some years, and ended up in a "Disneyland" rehab center. I hated sober life until the Citalopram kicked in, but after some years the strange side effects got me worried and I tried to quit taking it and withdrawals were terrible. Ended up renewing my prescription for another year in fear of the withdrawals. Isn't it ironic that a drug that makes me anxious to take it is supposed to be helping me with anxiety? I was a HUGE anti-pill popper until I started taking this drug, I don't even know who I am anymore!
Thank you for the thread and DANG it's a long video, still need to finish it. Xenongod