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Psych drugs and gun violence (in the wake of yet another shooting)

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These are links to a few articles on gun violence and psychiatry from Everything Matters. Yes, they’re pretty clearly connected but we live in a world in which it’s members are encouraged to keep their heads up a small, dark, tight canal in the bottom half of the body.

 

  Study shows 31 prescription drugs (mostly psychiatric) associated with reports of violence towards others

 

  The pharmaceutical industry and the fight against gun control

 

  Medicated America

 

  Blaming the mentally ill for violence is bad public policy as well as just plain misguided

 

 

from:  Everything Matters: Beyond Meds

 

 

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Ryguy

Yes this is all true. In fact I’d argue 98 percent of all mass shootings including school shootings are not just related but caused by psychiatric drugs. It’s almost too important and too outrageous to report because people wouldn’t be able to handle the truth, history will document it as such and people will remember psychiatries role in one of the greatest global epidemics and mental health experiments ever. Let’s just hope the ones in this site, including me, make it out in one piece. 

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Rhiannon

Pretty much every time there is a mass shooting I look to see what meds the person was on. There's almost always something.

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Guilietta

Even amongst people who are not wise to all the effects of psych meds - including their discontinuation and withdrawals - they are aware of the connection between mass shooters and these drugs. Are all of these drugs based on flouride (fluoxetine) - is fluoride right?

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