The Psychotropic Tyranny

Friday, October 12, 2012
Posted in category Big Pharma

Here is a doctor on the diagnosis of A.D.H.D.

Although A.D.H.D is the diagnosis Dr. Anderson makes, he calls the disorder “made up” and “an excuse” to prescribe the pills to treat what he considers the children’s true ill — poor academic performance in inadequate schools.

“I don’t have a whole lot of choice,” said Dr. Anderson, a pediatrician for many poor families in Cherokee County, north of Atlanta. “We’ve decided as a society that it’s too expensive to modify the kid’s environment. So we have to modify the kid.”

The story photographer captured the perfect photo of one of the drugged children. This child was taken off of Adderall when he became suicidal, and so they put him on Risperdal, a medication for the treatment of mental illnesses, including schizophrenia.

Take a note of this photo, and the description on the right side. The parents have four children, and all of them have been put on psychotropic drugs.

 

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5 Responses to The Psychotropic Tyranny

  1. cory says:

    October 12th, 2012 at 9:14 am

    Ever read those Tripod books by John Christopher where the aliens put “caps” on human beings that make them docile and worshipful of alien rule? I bet our medical overlords are just waiting for the day they have something like that so they can make children docile and worshipful of the state.

  2. David K. M. Klaus says:

    October 12th, 2012 at 7:00 pm

    ADHD is real and is genetically heritable: I have it, one of my sons has it. Without his medication (not Adderal), he would not be able to function in school well enough to learn. With it, he is an excellent student who has graduated high school (in a city in which the graduation rate is less than half) and is now in college. If ADHD had been categorized in the ’60s and proper medication were available, I might not have gone through the abuse and torture (not exaggerating here) which my grade, jr. high, and sr. high schooling were.

    By prescribing medication not determined by proper disease diagnosis, this physician is committing malpractice, endangering the availability of appropriate medication for those who truly need it, and will likely have his DEA license to prescribe suspended if not revoked. He also risks his state license to practice medicine.

    The family needs to see a specialist in these disorders to determine their true needs, and then, if necessary, get proper medicine, not what they’re getting in both physician skill and pharmaceuticals now.

  3. David says:

    October 12th, 2012 at 10:21 pm

    cory,

    I think that our overlords already have that, although the metaphorical “cap” is actually a diverse and dynamic SYSTEM of stupefying, feminizing, and numbing mechanisms. It’s a dynamic system rather than their merely being one master weapon.

    These include: the S.A.D., alcohol (consumption has SKYROCKETED in the past decade), internet porn (funded and created almost wholly by Zionists), mass media (including sports and pop politics), and psychotropic drugs.

    Here’s a pretty good article – though highly politically incorrect – on who these overlords are and how absolute their dominion over us has become:
    http://www.deliberation.info/here-comes-evil/

  4. Tina says:

    October 13th, 2012 at 8:48 am

    Although I can’t deny that medications have helped many families with children suffering from ADHD, I think the problem is that environmental changes have not been tried first. Before putting your child on a meth derivative, try eliminating food colorings and additives and cutting out sugars and white starches. If I ate a sugary bowl of carb cereal before school, I wouldn’t be able to focus either! The focus should be on lifestyle changes FIRST, before throwing medications at our children because families are too lazy to try to make changes.

  5. liberranter says:

    October 14th, 2012 at 9:49 pm

    Tina, you’re absolutely right. The problem, of course, is that changing environments requires too much effort, something that this lazy, quick fix-addicted society we live in avoids at all costs. As Dr. Anderson says in the quote, it’s just cheaper and easier (and of course more lucrative to the people who matter) to shove drugs down everyone’s throats. It’s an ineffective band-aid approach that barely addresses the symptoms, let alone the causes of the problem, but that’s the approach that the medical community, which is reflective of the rest of society, takes with everything.

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