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The Decades of Evidence That Antidepressants
Cause Mass Shootings

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Posted By: Judy W., 3/30/2023 7:30:55 AM

Note: This original version of this article (which has been revised and updated) was published a year ago, but sadly is just as pertinent now as it was then. Each time one of these shootings happen, I watch people get up in arms over what needs to be done to stop murdering our children, but at the same time this, the elephant in the room, the clear and irrefutable evidence linking psychiatric medications to homicidal violence is never discussed (which I believe is due their sales making approximately 40 billion dollars a year). Prior to the Covid vaccinations, psychiatric medications were the mass-prescribed medication that had the worst risk-to-benefit ratio


The writer is anonymous so he won't lose his medical license. He is incredibly knowledgeable and I read most of his articles. His pieces are usually very long, but he gets to the meat of the matter in the beginning so you don't usually have to read the whole thing to get the idea.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Lazyman 3/30/2023 7:39:44 AM (No. 1436937)
Maybe the reason for high rates of autism too but at least big drug companies support the parties and the swamp.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: wilarrbie 3/30/2023 8:43:38 AM (No. 1436979)
Wondering about the hormones fed to our food animals as well.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: TexaTucky 3/30/2023 9:12:18 AM (No. 1437001)
Just an observation, not a judgement . . . but who thinks it's possible that the artificial hormones women have been stewing their eggs in since the advent of The Pill have had a deleterious effect on human development? Cancers, autism, psychological disorders? It's got to be Satan's ultimate pharmaceutical. If you can't just kill the Woman and her seed outright, at least poison them for as long as they manage to live.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Cindiana 3/30/2023 9:16:20 AM (No. 1437004)
I have been on this bandwagon for a long time. Seeing two of my husband's sisters go totally off the rails while using their cocktails of multiple psych meds has been horrifying. One of them also was an alcoholic and her body eventually couldn't take her abuse anymore and she died. I took on the task of sorting through her personal effects after my husband had to hurriedly empty out her apartment. I was horrified to find about 30 bottles of various prescriptions, all opened, written by multiple doctors. My daughter and SIL raised her troubled young son to adulthood, and he is doing fine. That was another horror as they became his legal guardians while his mother was still alive. The other sister is still with us but has been a nightmare to us, her parents and siblings, and her own children. Both sisters brazenly shared a penchant for doctor-shopping and using various therapists to "collect" prescriptions for drugs that certainly shouldn't have been used simultaneously. This type of abuse is becoming all too common and dangerous to the individual and society at large. It's frightening to think that this is going on in so many families. We have been down the long road with both women for many decades as they used rehabs, dry-out facilities, hospitals, therapists, medical doctors, etc., none of which were "allowed" to share information with the family, whether legally or by order of the sister. How do you effectively help someone when the State and professional organizations "protect" their privacy as they wreck everything around them?? This must be dealt with asap.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 3/30/2023 9:27:24 AM (No. 1437016)
This happened to me about 20 years ago... I went to my primary (at the time) complaining about stress on the job. The doctor prescribed me an anti-depressant. Took about a month before I realized something wasn't right. I went back to my primary, and he changed me to a second anti-depressant. This one was worse than the first and lasted only two weeks. It was like someone had 'pulled the plug' on me. If someone asked me a question, I would 'plug in', answer their question, and then 'unplug'. There was a delay before I would answer any response. The doctor than switched me to a THIRD anti-depressant. This one seemed ok, but problems developed later. The tone of my voice changed, and a few people close to me noticed. I had a whine in my voice. I later came to the conclusion it was trying to 'unplug' me too. I went back to the doctor and told him to take me anti-depressants entirely. He did not want to. I told him I would if he didn't, and he relented. He told me to cut the dosage in half, and then in half again before stopping altogether. At that point I started to avoid seeing my primary. I finally saw him one last time a few years after stopping the anti-depressants where he STILL COMPLAINED ABOUT ME STOPPING THE MEDICATION, and that was the last time I saw him. I had never stopped seeing a doctor before that. That was the first time I ever had a doctor I realized I could not trust. I learned if I was going to fight stress, the answer was definitely NOT ANTI-DEPRESSANTS.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: The Remnants 3/30/2023 9:50:28 AM (No. 1437040)
And how many vaccines are our children taking now as compared to ten, twenty, thirty, forty or more years ago? Are our children healthier? Look around and make your own judgment. And how many children do you see who are overweight? Way too many. Too many of the "experts" in too many fields are not experts in good health at all. They've just beholden to some corporation that is paying for their "expertise".
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Reply 7 - Posted by: DVC 3/30/2023 10:05:21 AM (No. 1437055)
THIS IS THE REAL CAUSE of mass shootings, starting with the first time a person took a gun to a school to shoot children.....he was on anti-depressants. And it says right on the list of "side" effects......"May cause suicidal ideation". They KNOW that these are very dangerous drugs, but they are very useful to build pressure to disarm Americans so that we can all be more easily enslaved. This fact needs to become common knowledge among the general public. Talk this up, spread it to your friends, don't let them cover up this any longer. This has been the FACT for at least 30 years, and they furiously cover this up whenever it is brought up.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: DVC 3/30/2023 10:24:05 AM (No. 1437075)
Maybe if the mass shootings occurred at the homes of the Big Pharma leadership that push these evil drugs, things might change.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: ThreeBadCats3 3/30/2023 10:36:37 AM (No. 1437095)
As an anonymous prescribing physician, I have a contrary opinion of SSRIs. I have prescribed to hundreds of very depressed or disturbed people, with not always huge but usually marked benefit, and no crazed mass murders or suicides. The main benefit I have seen over thirty years is a decrease in destructive preoccupation with things that are of little real significance to a reasonable or realistic perception of facts and events. Also, there is in general no “withdrawal” on discontinuation.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: RWPollock 3/30/2023 11:38:24 AM (No. 1437194)
I was always been lead to believe that most school shooter who have been young adults have come from broken homes, have a history of mental illness, been taking SSRI's and for years demonstrated anti-social behavior.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: FormerDem 3/30/2023 12:18:24 PM (No. 1437242)
Yes to this.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: udanja99 3/30/2023 12:41:39 PM (No. 1437258)
Thank you, #10. I was prescribed Zoloft when I was suffering from clinical depression due to hormonal changes during menopause. I took it for 12 years and it worked miraculously. It saved my marriage and my relationship with my daughter. It allowed me to accomplish things I would not otherwise have been able to do. Hubby and I jokingly referred to it as “Zoloft The Great”. After those 12 years I began to wonder if I needed it any longer and over a 6 week period I slowly weaned myself off of it. Menopause was over and I felt no different off the medication than I had on it. I thank God that it was available when I needed it. OK, L-dotters, flame away.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Maggie2u 3/30/2023 1:08:44 PM (No. 1437283)
Poster #13, no need for anyone to 'flame' you. The medication worked for you and was a godsend. Fortunately I haven't been bothered by depression so haven't had to take any medication for it. So, as the saying goes, I don't have a dog in this fight.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: KatieJo 3/30/2023 1:25:07 PM (No. 1437304)
These drugs destroyed my father. While he was being treated for cancer at Mayo Clinic I asked the neurologist how they measure a "chemical imbalance". He replied that they could not (which I knew) and then looked at his feet. He went on to tell me that they report their success on feedback from the patient or doctor, but there is no empirical data to base these conclusions on. I am so glad most of the comments are in agreement with the article. This is a HUGE problem. I read a book titled "Your Drug May be Your Problem" by Dr. Peter Breggin. My dad is not the only one, I have known so many people who have been damaged/destroyed by these including a coworker who's teenage son killed his girlfriend and then himself. In many cases these drugs function as a chemical lobotomy, you just don't feel anything--much less depressed. Until you do, and then it's not good. Clearly there are exceptions to the rule, but the harm far outweighs the benefits. Both a friend and a sister were prescribed an SSRI for smoking cessation, both felt they were losing their minds and stopped inside of two weeks.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: DVC 3/30/2023 1:36:35 PM (No. 1437315)
Interesting information, #10. Thank you for your input. I wonder if a particular kind of person reacts badly and destructively to these drugs? Or is it just "2% have problems" or whatever it is.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: JackBurton 4/1/2023 10:05:02 AM (No. 1438670)
I like alcohol. I have my favorite, as Rush would say, 'adult beverages' but there is no doubt that a significant percentage of people cannot handle booze and have done self destructive or other person destructive things under the influence. I don't think it should be banned... but there should be awareness of the problems and professional support. I think this is likely true for these drugs, these SSRIs. I think there is a lack of professionalism in those who prescribe drugs... and I have my own story about that with my son. As the poster above pointed out, doctors don't have the empirical data to make the right recommendations. That should stop.
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