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Psychiatry; Drugged to Death; Our Kids and Our Troops

 

The rise of drug-induced acts of violence and suicide isn’t limited to our schools. In January 2009 it was reported that more of our military died of suicide than of combat deaths. Why is that? Could it be because our military are getting pumped full of psychiatric drugs?

What Time  Magazine referred to as “America’s Medicated Army?” Well if we are “medicating” our troops with antidepressants and antipsychotics, drugs documented to cause suicidal reactions, let’s put 2 and 2 together and state the obvious—these drugs are minimally a contributing factor. Many people don’t realize that psychiatry’s love affair with the military dates back more than 90 years; During World War I the biggest problem the German military had was desertions—people leaving the front lines of the War. So the Germans turned to psychiatrists who came up with a solution: Electroshock. Psychiatrists theorized that if the shock soldiers experienced due to the brutalities of war made them desert the front lines, then another kind of shock—electroshock—could get them to be good little soldiers and willingly return to combat. Maybe because electroshock wiped out their memory, or maybe because soldiers chose to face the front lines rather than have another 450 volts of current tear through their brain, it worked. Psychiatry had come up with a winning strategy for the military to deal with reluctant soldiers and since that time the love affair between the two entities has never waned. Read more and watch the video...

 

Psychiatric Abuse

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights investigates and exposes psychiatric violations of human rights. If you or someone you know has been the victim of psychiatric abuse or coercion, contact this organization for help. To get the facts To get the facts about The Citizens Commission on Human Rights.

 

How to Safely Get Off Psychiatric Drugs

The Road Back is a step by step nutritional program, founded in 1999, that has helped over 40,000 individuals successfully taper off of psychotropic medications.

Many of you may have tried in the past to come off of psychotropic medications only to find it too overwhelming to cope with the anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, brain zaps, headaches or flu like symptoms. These side effects from withdrawing off of medications can be truly debilitating.

Many of you may be on a medication and simply don’t like the weight gain or the way it makes you feel. You may have anxiety and insomnia even though you are taking an anti-anxiety or sleep medication.

It is possible to take control and get your life back. Thousands of individuals have done just that by following the step by step guide laid out in The Road Back Program.

To get more information on this effective program please click here.

To order all the nutritional supplements one would need to do The Road Back taper program to get of off of psychotropic medications, please click here. 

 

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