Friday, October 11, 2013

Where Is the Outrage? Where Are the Clergy?

Back in 1991, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, along with experts brought evidence before the US FDA that antidepressants were the cause of violence and suicide.

The heavily Pharma-funded FDA panel ignored the evidence provided, and it would take 14 years, and public pressure, for the FDA to finally issue its strongest warning, the black box, on antidepressants and other classes of psychiatric drugs documented by international regulatory agencies and studies to cause violence.

Over the decades as a pastor and psychotherapist, I have wondered often about the quiet of psychologists, among others, including interfaith leaders, regarding the need to stand up about the alarming numbers of psychotropic drugs issues to young children, among others.

Furthermore, at least 31 school shootings and/o school-related acts of violence were committed by those taking or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs.

A new video, The Drugging of Our Children - 0 to 5 Year Olds, concludes that more than 1 million children are being drugged in the United States alone. 
"The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane," a documentary from the makers of the award-winning, "Making a Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging," concludes that there is no money in "normal."

This psychotropic drugging is big business.

It is.

This high-income partnership exists between psychiatry and drug companies creating an $80 billion psychotropic drug profit center.

This sales campaign worries me no end.  So do so-called psychiatrists' diagnoses.

I'm hoping clergy, among others, will join in making others aware of what's happening in the world of psychotropics and the increasing serial crimes all around us.

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