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Another Mass Shooting, Another Psychiatric Drug.. 1,531 Cases of Drug-Induced Homicidal ideation

Posted on 02/21/2018 1:05:32 AM PST by greeneyes

Another Mass Shooting, Another Psychiatric Drug—27 Drug Warnings and 1,531 Cases of Drug-Induced Homicidal Ideation Back Need for Federal Investigation:

Twenty-seven drug regulatory agency warnings cite psychiatric drug side effects of mania, psychosis, violence and homicidal ideation;

1,531 cases of psychiatric drug induced homicide/homicidal ideation have been reported to the US FDA;

65 high profile cases of mass shootings/murder have been committed by individuals under the influence of these drugs, yet there has never been a federal investigation into the link between seemingly senseless acts of violence and the use of mind-altering psychotropic drugs.

The fact is psychiatric drugs are documented by 27 international drug regulatory agency warnings and 16 published medical studies to cause side effects including mania, hostility, violence and even homicidal ideation.

And while not everyone taking the drug will experience these particular side effects, what the warnings prove is that a percentage of the population will.

Furthermore according to the FDA’s MedWatch reporting system for drug side effects, over a 10-year period, the FDA received 1,531 cases of homicidal ideation/homicide attributed to psychiatric drugs, 40% of which were reported by medical professionals.

The FDA admits that only 1-10% of drug side effects are ever reported to MedWatch....

While there is never one simple explanation for what drives a human being to commit such unspeakable acts of senseless violence, one common denominator has surfaced in a percentage of cases—prescribed psychiatric drugs which are documented to cause mania, psychosis, violence, suicide and in some cases, homicidal ideation.

It is long past time that government healthcare agencies launch an investigation....None can argue against the fact that disclosure would serve the public interest. Except those with a vested interest in keeping the public in the dark.

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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Front Page News; Government; News/Current Events; US: Florida
KEYWORDS: 2ndamendment; banglist; drugs; florida; guns; massacres; nra; parkland; secondamendment; violence
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Does a bump stock CAUSE someone to murder? Can a bump stock act on it's own? No - it's ridiculous

Does a gun CAUSE someone to murder? Can a gun act on it's own? No it's ridiculous

When a truck drives into a crowd, or a truck bomb goes off, do we ever blame the Truck and suggest that Trucks should be outlawed? No that would be ridiculous.

Does the LSM ever ask anything about a the drug use of a shooter who massacres people? Do they ever seriously investigate why it happened? Will they investigate why the FBI really ignored this kid?

Shouldn't any action taken address the CAUSE of the problem?

If such drugs are going to continue to be used, and we don't know who will be impacted, shouldn't we take real action, like eliminating gun free zones which are just the next massacre waiting to happen?

How about hardening these "soft" targets with security guards and effective security screening/restriction of access?

Is it not suspicious that we have these shootings, and the cause is never really explored? The shooter winds up dead or cops a plea, so there is not a thorough investigation and records are never really available to the public?

Does the Government/gun grabbers really want to know the cause of the problem? Do they want a solution or would they rather have kids continue to be killed so that they can disarm law abiding citizens?

In the 50's we had kids driving to school with guns in gun racks in their pickups. We did NOT have all these massacres. Why is that? Why is no one trying figure that out?

1 posted on 02/21/2018 1:05:32 AM PST by greeneyes
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To: greeneyes; Garth Tater; ransomnote; TEXOKIE; txhurl; Conservative Gato

Garth, that chart you posted on another thread was great. So I’m posting a link to the other thread.

Click the link to view a chart from 1960-2015 of the US murder rate.

I just also want to mention, that I have read in other articles that many of these people claim to hear voices, and that needs further exploration.

2 posted on 02/21/2018 1:16:00 AM PST by greeneyes
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To: greeneyes

In the aftermath of what happened in Parkland, Florida, my sister was trying to digest what happened.

She used to be on anti-depressants and took herself off one day, cold turkey and has never looked back. She describes the feelings she had back then, from zombie to wanting to smash people in the head with a hammer when she was online at Walmart. She remembers, vividly, the mood swings and the absolutely horrible feelings she experienced. All gone now, thank the Lord.

As we were talking about this, she was telling me a tv ad for a weight loss drug. At the end, when they tell you all the bad stuff, they tell you, actually tell you, that the drug may cause suicidal feelings for the first 3 months of use. They have to tell you, but what gets me, is that the government will allow something like that, on the market, knowing what the side effects are. Big Pharma is a powerful, powerful force.

You have to wonder why so many vets are committing suicide these days, estimated at around 20+ a day, when the first thing they get from the VA is a care package of 2 bottles of pills, pain killers and anti depressants.

3 posted on 02/21/2018 1:45:13 AM PST by qaz123
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To: qaz123

Thanks for your post. Yes, it’s a tragedy what’s happening. Truth be known, that a good walk outdoors is sunshine is one of the best mood enhancers and true anti depressants there is, and there’s no side effects.

I was having terrible headaches with increasing frequency a few years back. My Doctor said he was going to give me a Rx that might help. It turned out to be some sort of anti depressant that had an off label use for fibromyalgia and some other stuff. It also had potential strokes.

I went back to the doctor, and he said in the amounts he prescribed, there would be no danger. I told him, you don’t understand, because of all the strokes in my family, I don’t even take Ibuprofen.

So I asked him to give me an Rx to go to the Physical Therapist. Turns out my C2 Vertebrae was rotated out of wack. I also figured out that I had hyperparathyroidism, which he argued with me about.

I brought him pictures of the two tumors that were removed and guess what-headaches reduced in half the first day and got less and less till I now no longer have them.

I won’t take anything, unless it’s generic and I can research it. I’ve also learned to ask what problem is it you think I have that this Rx is supposed to cure? If my arthritis acts up, I just use a heating pad. Too much prescribing for symptoms and not enough diagnosing the cause - JMHO

4 posted on 02/21/2018 2:12:07 AM PST by greeneyes
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To: greeneyes

Excellent article. I urge all to read it.

5 posted on 02/21/2018 2:40:33 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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To: qaz123

The sick bastards will have you taking dangerous prescription “medicine” before they’ll accept the fact that sometimes a little THC is all you need.

6 posted on 02/21/2018 2:54:22 AM PST by equaviator (There's nothing like the universe to bring you down to earth.)
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To: greeneyes

Off topic, I was having trouble dealing with the repercussions of a head injury 10 years ago, so they threw me in psych for a few weeks of rest and relax...

Russian doctor (hot female) threw me on Prozac without asking a question.

Two days later I was on the floor crying my eyes out because of imaginary phone calls in which my future wife broke up with me and my mother told me I wasn’t really hers and to leave her alone.

WHO KNOWS what the next imaginary phone call might have been and what I might have done as a result on the outside!!

A few days after getting off the Prozac i was good.

Psych wards are awful, you just hang around all day and do ####, except watch an occasional person get wrestled to the ground and hear moans all night. (not the good kind)

But the 9pm sandwiches and snacks are delicious :)

7 posted on 02/21/2018 2:54:39 AM PST by dp0622 (The Left should know saying Syrian rebels in anost back in Trump is kicked out of office, it is WAR!)
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To: dp0622

Thanks for posting - I think that’s important for folks to know. So many of these shooters have said that they heard voices telling them to do stuff. It really warrants some good investigation, IMHO.

8 posted on 02/21/2018 2:59:58 AM PST by greeneyes
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To: greeneyes

And that’s not even an anit psychotic.

When I got out, i saw a shrink and she put me on something called Wellbutrin.

Contacted me THREE times in the first week to quiz me on my mood and thoughts and emotions.

I DID work well to get me through the physical and mental pain of a head injury for a few years as i needed it.

But under REALLY CLOSE supervision and none of this NINETY DAY prescription and see you in three months crap!

ALSO, drug companies have made, what, 100s of billions off of SSRIs?

NOW many scientists are saying it’s not serotonin, or at least JUST serotonin that causes depression, but lack of dopamine too!!!

AND only 1 out of 5 people is helped by AN antidepressant AND 95 percent of severely depressed people get better on their own or with a therapist after five years!

AND only the folks with the WORST signs of depression are helped with these drugs.

Wellbutrin is an SNRI. It affects levels of dopamine which are thought to have dropped after my head injury and those receptors take a while to recover.

In parkinsons patients, they never do.

I was lucky. Head injuries can heal for YEARS, not just the first two like doctors SO WRONGLY say.

Alright, i’m done lol

But they are VERY DANGEROUS meds and the psych should be on top of new patients AND old ones!

9 posted on 02/21/2018 3:12:00 AM PST by dp0622 (The Left should know saying Syrian rebels in anost back in Trump is kicked out of office, it is WAR!)
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To: greeneyes

Amazing that things have come to this and happy that you got it figured out, without having to take any of that crap.

For more proof on the evil, that is Big Pharma, how many kids are on ADD/ADHD med’s these days and why?

10 posted on 02/21/2018 3:34:31 AM PST by qaz123
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To: equaviator

I’m still on the fence about legalizing, in some ways, and completely over it on others.

Straight legalization, like in Denver? No. A friend lives there and she said that they place looks like one big homeless encampment.

Medical marijuana to help in all sorts of conditions? F*CK YES. A former co-worker had his wife and daughter move their, so they could use medical marijuana for her seizures. He was working himself to the bone to afford two households. And Denver ain’t cheap.

Smoke it/Rub it under your tongue, in the privacy of your own home? Do what you want to do... It’s NUNYA and UPYA, for me.

Heartbreaking and Amazing, all in one video...

11 posted on 02/21/2018 3:40:30 AM PST by qaz123
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To: qaz123

Oh yes. Had some experience on that one too. Teacher had an autistic child. She thought maybe grand daughter had autism.

I went to school with my daughter to hear her out. So when she was finished, I asked her for some specific examples. She said during a spelling test, she would have to walk over to her desk and point to the paper or the child would not follow along. Several other things along those lines.

I told the teacher that I thought my grand daughter had her well trained, and suggested that she assume that the child was able to do the work and ignore her inattention. Gave her other hints for working with intelligent students.

Anyway, the child made an A that semester without the ridiculous pointing. I did do a lot of research on the subject before going to school, so I knew that the diagnoses was exploding and lots of time erroneous, even when doctors do it.

I also had a class in behavior modification and taught Kindergarten, for a while, because it allowed me to work for only a half day while my kids were small. Kids at a young age like attention. They do whatever works to get it.
A teacher needs to catch them being good.

12 posted on 02/21/2018 3:44:14 AM PST by greeneyes
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To: greeneyes

I do workshops on the “Neuroscience of Prayer.” One of the first demonstrations I do is to step into a person’s space and point my finger in their face and ask them how it feels.

They respond in many different ways, sometimes by retreating and sometimes with aggression as though they want to bite it.

I then back up and ask them to close their eyes and say a silent prayer to themselves, a prayerful blessing of their choice, and when done, to open their eyes.

When they open their eyes, I step in even closer than the first time and again point my finger in their face, asking them how they now feel.

Much to their surprise, they usually respond that the finger pointing does not bother them now.

Exactly! With prayer you tune your consciousness, as a neuroscientist would measure your brain wave frequencies with an EEG, to a higher level. Your perception of reality is a function of the level of consciousness from which you view it.

You can worry and tune it so low that mole hills appear to be mountains. Or, you can turn toward God in prayer and tune your consciousness so high that mountains are perceived as mole hills. Prayer helps you turn your consciousness toward God which in turn helps you become closer to God and find your strength in God. (The more you find your strength in God the less dependent you become upon the earthly attachments around you)

If a person is on antidepressants and I do the above demonstration, they can pray for an hour and their consciousness frequency does not change. There is NO CHANGE.

Antidepressants block our ability to hear that higher voice in our heads that guide us to tell the difference between right and wrong. They are like having a radio and taking the tuning knob off so that you only get one station. Can’t turn to higher stations or the lower ones. Thus the flat affect of many people on antidepressants.

That being said, antidepressants do save lives. If the emotional pain is too great for us to bear, we need to temporarily anesthetize it, just as if I have a broken arm I might need a pain killer to get through the first few hours.

The pharmaceutical industry is the greatest obstacle to spiritual growth and is preparing us for satan’s low influence. Fear and anger are satan’t tools. Love is God’s tool. (satan is one of God’s tools too as God is always in control)

The Bible, especially the New Testament, is the best psychological self-help book in existence.

13 posted on 02/21/2018 4:23:36 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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To: qaz123

I’ve attended conference lectures presented my emergency room psychiatrists on how patients who have one first time use of the synthetic marijuana (which is seven times more powerful in THC content than plant based THC) have a psychotic breaks and develop schizophrenia for life.

Current research shows that marijuana causes an atrophy of the dendrites on the pyramidal cells in the cerebral cortex, thus decreasing short term or operational memory. The same attribute is found in schizophrenia.

Marijuana, like alcohol and smoking cigarettes creates what is observed as a short term benefit, but also has long term consequences.

14 posted on 02/21/2018 4:32:21 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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To: tired&retired

Very interesting. Thanks for posting.

15 posted on 02/21/2018 4:40:57 AM PST by greeneyes
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To: greeneyes

This post is from the so-called Citizens Commission on Human Rights, a Scientology front-group.

16 posted on 02/21/2018 4:51:37 AM PST by Strac6 ("Mrs. Strac, Pilatus, and Sig Sauer: All the fun things in my life are Swiss!")
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To: dp0622

SNRIs can also cause depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation and homicidal ideation.

These also get prescribed a lot for fibromyalgia and other nerve disorders.

Take a look around the web for cymbalta side effects and withdrawal symptoms.

17 posted on 02/21/2018 4:52:20 AM PST by jurroppi1 (The Left doesnÂ’t have ideas, it has cliches. H/T Flick Lives)
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Amazing the biggest side effects are what they are supposed to treat!!

That’s like an antibiotic causing strep throat. :)

Maybe it worked for me because it brought down the pain level. I never thought about that. Thanks for the info.

Cymbalta was like candy for me. Never felt anything either way.

18 posted on 02/21/2018 5:06:19 AM PST by dp0622 (The Left should know saying Syrian rebels in anost back in Trump is kicked out of office, it is WAR!)
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To: greeneyes

My wife, about 15 years ago....became like you...skeptical of drug prescriptions. Every single thing they prescribe...she researches before purchasing. Her attitude is that if they ever mask a just makes it twice as bad.

19 posted on 02/21/2018 5:07:50 AM PST by pepsionice
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To: greeneyes

These pills are associated with mental ills, like aspirin is associated with headaches.

The vast majority of US guns see use for practice and sport, and that’s all. The 2A may have its fanatics, but they are not fanatics for killing. They are readiness fanatics. Now if we can only be a bit more, er, liberal about letting these readiness fanatics guard schoolyards, churches, and other such places.

20 posted on 02/21/2018 5:16:45 AM PST by HiTech RedNeck (Tryin' hard to win the No-Bull Prize.)
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