Psychiatry and Prescription Pills: A Dangerous Mix

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A new psychological study from the National Institute of Mental Health says…
The circle of depression is growing wider, broader…
10-15% of women suffer from this disorder…
…a serious medical condition affecting over 20 million Americans…
…abnormalities in the neural transmitter.

Is that a chemical imbalance?
6 million American kids take prescribed medication…
Children need psychiatric care…
But what if the criminal is mentally ill?
Is punishment a form of aversion therapy?
PMDD has now been characterized…
…oppositional defiance disorder…

Psychiatry

Everywhere you look, there it is. Think psychiatry has nothing to do with you? Think again. The whole field of psychiatry has gotten into every facet of your life.

“They basically believe that everyone is mentally ill,” Dr. Jeffrey Schaler, Professor, Dept. Justice & Law American University.

“You smoke too much it’s a disease. You’re too unhappy, it’s a disease. You’re too thin, it’s a disease. You’re too fat, it’s a disease,” Dr. Thomas Szasz, Professor & Author, The Myth of Mental Illness.

“Where are these coming from? These are coming from the minds of psychiatrists that are dreaming these things up, writing papers and getting published with their names on them, creating these new diseases,” Dr. Mark Filidei, Director, Medical Clinic.

“First he said that I had ADD, then he said that I was depressed. Then he said I might be bipolar, but I don’t have ADD anymore,” Amanda.

“He said, ‘You know, I have been noticing you and I wonder if you have it, too,’” Dena.

“What they decided is that both my husband and my son had a chemical imbalance that needed to be corrected with a chemical balancer,“Cassandra.

“There is not one shred of credible evidence that any respectable scientist would consider valid, demonstrating that anything that psychiatrists call mental illness are brain diseases or biochemical imbalances. It’s all fraud,” Dr. Ron Leifer, Psychiatrist.

“There is no reliability of diagnosis. And there is no science. It’s just pseudoscience. It’s pretend science,” Dr. Margaret Hagen, Professor of Psychology, Boston University.

“This is one of the most open secrets in all of America in the psychiatric field, that nothing, nothing is being done that is legitimate, and they’re billing for it,” Dr. Gary Null, Professor of Science, Fairleigh Dickenson University.

Psychiatrists claim that over one billion of the world’s population is mentally ill. In the past 30 years, they have prescribed psychiatric medications to 543 million people. And right now, they drug 17 million schoolchildren with stimulants and antidepressants. When recently asked about the scientific basis of their profession, those psychiatrists willing to be interviewed offered nothing but excuses.

“I have no comment,” male psychiatrist.

“Psychiatric illness is not really an illness,” male psychiatrist, Germany.

“How do you evaluate if someone is cured or sick?” male psychiatrist, Mexico.

“A cure is certainly something we look forward to and have no earthly idea how to accomplish,” male psychiatrist, United States.

“We’re not good at causes. We don’t know what causes mental illness,” male psychiatrist, Norway.

But that hasn’t stopped them from pronouncing themselves “mental health experts” and treating people against their will. And the results?

“This psychiatrist, a man who is supposed to work to heal people has done nothing but destroy this man’s life and in destroying his life, destroying the lives of all his loved ones. Excuse me! [CRIES],” Robert, stepfather, forcibly committed.

“They’ve damaged and ruined my son, and they’ve trapped him in a system,” Ann, son being involuntarily held.

“The way they treated him, it made him feel like he was worthless,” Susan, son forced onto psychiatric drugs.

“Briant was being kept dumb and high on Ritalin, so they could make $2,500 per month,” Robert, son misdiagnosed and drugged.

“He gave me Valium and I got addicted to it,” Martha, confined to Psychiatric Hospital

“It wiped out my life,” Cynthia, electroshock victim.

“My life has been ruined. My joy has been stolen,” Rita, son killed in psychiatric hospital.

“She was lying there, she took two grasps of air, and died right in front of me,” Steve, daughter prescribed overdose of psychiatric drugs.

“It is really tragic, it’s awful. And it’s being done for money, that’s why it’s being done,” Robert Whitaker, Author, Mad in America.

“It’s got to be in the billions. I don’t know the exact number, but it’s got to be in the billions. It’s just unbelievable,” Kelly O’Meara, Journalist & Author.

“This is so big that it boggles the mind,” Dr. Thomas Szasz.

Take the human tragedy you have just seen, and multiply it by the millions. In the past 4 decades, nearly twice as many Americans have died in government psychiatric hospitals than in all U.S. wars since 1776 (1.1 million deaths). Insurance companies pay out $69 billion every year for psychiatric services, doubling the cost of medical insurance premiums. And while raking in over $2 trillion annually, psychiatrists cannot point to a single cure. Hard to believe? That’s exactly what they count on. And as we will show you, it’s how they have been getting away with it from the very beginning…

Psychiatry: An Industry of Death

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