“The truth is the psychiatry is barbaric and dangerous. Giving them more of our tax-payer money will just churn out more and more massacres. These massacres didn't become commonplace until shrinks started putting tens of millions on their powerful drugs. Some don't want to hear that but it's the truth. Look at all the stories below of what they've done while on or withdrawing from these drugs.
Dec 26, 2012 at 17:10:36
“After every massacre you find psychologists and psychiatrists saying, "we could have prevented this if you only gave us more of your money". The fact is that nearly every massacre involved someone who was getting "treatment" from a shrink at the time of the horrific event. That "treatment" was almost always a powerful drug which the person was on or withdrawing from at the time. Those drug have the potential for side effects that include what we see on the front page of our papers all too often.
Don't believe it? Well here is the proof if you dare.
“Hitting the Favorite button for my post was probably just a "Freudian Slip" of the mouse click.
The fact is that nearly every massacre can be tied back to psych drugs or psych drug withdrawal prescribed by a psychiatrist. Just look at the side effects listed on the bottles or those International Warnings on these drugs. The profession is dangerous and needs to be either abolished or we should cut funding to nothing. Let's see if they'd survive through merit. It wouldn't happen because their cure rate is non-existent. This by their own admission. http://www.ssristories.com/index.php”
“Psychiatry as a profession is a joke. Their cure success rate is probably hovering under 1%. If anyone had that kind of a track record they would've been abolished or removed from their positions long ago. We've been duped. Accept it. Giving that profession more money just makes it that much more difficult to put in solutions and cures that work. In the meantime if you have issues you'd be better off taking to a loved one who will listen to you.”
Kathryn Kvarda on Dec 26, 2012 at 16:32:23
“Oh, dear, did it again. Hit Favorite when I meant to hit Reply. Please check your facts. Talk therapy along with the correct medication does work.”
“So Tom Cruise is a Sceintologist for what, 30 years or so? Did anyone care about this before he attacked Big Pharma, Matt Lauer - a Big Pharma shill and Brooke Shields - also a Big Pharma shill? Not from what I can tell. Tom Cruise brought up the Big Pharma child-drugging racket and it seems that some people are more concerned about the gross profits of his movies then they are about their own kids welfare. Wake up sheeeep!”
French Toast on Jul 11, 2012 at 19:34:40
“He didn't just attack "big pharma". He called psychology a lie.
..even though cults are built on nothing but the malignant use of psychology.”
Susan Shaffer on Jul 11, 2012 at 19:13:43
“I know two people who got caught up in Scientology and both were at lose ends when it started. They used to have headquarters near where I studied and were always offering free personality tests. 18 and nothing to do one lunch hour I agreed to the test. They took ages to come back with the results. Class had resumed and I was getting a little anxious. I had to ask twice about the results over a 20 minute period. Finally someone came to tell me the results. I had too much confidence and for $30 they could sell me a book to solve that!”
VirginiaJeff on Jul 11, 2012 at 19:11:51
“Are you able to hold two separate thoughts in your head at the same time? Give it a try --
“Tom's only real mistake is that he didn't get much backup from anyone when he went after Big Medicine and all those who profit from it for its mass drugging operation. He knew there was a price to pay and he still pays it today just as Jenny McCarthy does for her vaccine stance. The fact is that these 2 celebrities are 100% correct and if you don't know yet then get your head out of the sand and stop being part of the problem. We have children to protect from this industry. Get to work.”
“By that logic you should keep away from your own kids because you most likely haven't gotten the 50 vaccines they did.
Most adults received only 8.
Therefore, by your own reasoning, you are putting your kids in danger and possibly abusing your children by having any person over 25 around them.”
reierje on Jul 2, 2012 at 12:04:54
“Actually no... I have received all the same vaccines my 6 month old has been receiving. By the time a child is 10 they have been vaccinated against 9 diseases... so yeah.... get your facts straight before commenting.”
“That is a faIse statement. The 50 is overstated and the 8 is understated.
Part of the way your faIse statement is figured is to count every single dose today, but not count single doses from years ago (even 50 years ago kids got multiple doses of many of the vaccines).”
biscuitdave on Jul 2, 2012 at 11:15:47
“Lots of things have increased at the same time as autism diagnoses. Today's kids also use the internet at twenty times the rates of their predecessors. Doesn't mean they are getting mutant brain waves from pixel overload.
No connection between vaccines and autism has ever been shown in independent studies. It's not even hinted at. There's no causation there. You are dealing in unfounded rumors.”
ZoeyMO on Jul 2, 2012 at 11:12:15
“The people who are sure that vaccines have no link to autism have not done any research. They have no idea the amount of mercury that many children have received (and continue to receive prenatally through flu shots and Rhogam, in addition to infant flu shots), or the amount of aluminum, or the antibiotics and how they damage nerve cells individually, but MUCH MORE SO when combined. They have no idea the NUMBER of shots many tiny babies receive on a single day. When they research they are usually shocked. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH PEOPLE. Start with the hepatitis B shot. Look up reasons NOT to get it, and make sure you find the Stonybrook study that found a threefold increase in autism diagnoses in boys that got the hepatitis B shot at birth.”
brandonslayton on Jul 2, 2012 at 11:06:41
MeggaWhat on Jul 2, 2012 at 11:06:22
“And my kid, and all of his friends, got every single one, and did not get sick or get autism.
Proof that vaccines don't cause autism.
Desperate parents blaming vaccinations is sad grasping.”
“It's simple. They cheated. Not just Santorum but the establishment Republican party. This guy wasn't even on the radar, had no true movement behind him and you're telling me he ends up in first? This arrogance shows just how stupid and helpless they think we are. Our election system has probably always been rigged and if you are skeptical of anything I'm saying then you need to get your head out of the sand real quick.”
“When I was a kid, not too long ago, I only got about 8 -10 vaccines. We also didn't have Genetically Modified Foods, GMO's, like we do today. We also didn't have as much toxic waste in our water. We also didn't have as many pesticides, hormones and antibiotics in our food. All of these contribute to attention issues, behavioral problems and a whole host of other physical and behavioral problems. Any "scientist" who claims different is either being naive or disingenuous and often are trying to cover for one of the industries responsible for the explosion in numbers and individuals with chronic illness.
Also, there are much better ways to handle ADHD symptoms than putting kids on highly addictive and potentially life-threatening drugs. If your doctor tells you this is not true then you need to find another doctor quick.”
hp blogger Cara Santa Maria on Dec 30, 2011 at 18:25:51
“These claims are not evidence-based. They are hypotheses founded upon anecdotal observation. Do you have evidence to back up your claims that scientists are generally "trying to cover for one of the industries responsible for the explosion in numbers and individuals with chronic illness?" What incentive would they have to do this? Also, why did you put "scientist" in quotes?”