Psychiatry: The Cult of Terrorism
And Drugs, Drugs and More Drugs
"Drugs are for losers,
I want to be a winner."
This website started off as a condemnation of Psychiatry and the myriad ills that it has brought to this world. There is no shortage of testimonials to the ruined lives caused by such drugs as Ritalin, Prozac and other pharmaceuticals pushed onto society in the guise of help. Not to mention the barbarism inherent in ECT (electric shock treatment) and lobotomies.
With the broad marketing of Marijuana as a harmless herb and panacea for mankind's ills, I've broadened my aim to include drugs in general. Add to that the destruction that the Sackler family's Oxy caused in the world and my trust of the Big Pharma and drug pushers in general is somewhat lacking.
One of the connections that got me going to write for and develop this website was the apparent link that these psychiatric drugs had with mass shootings in the USA and around the world. That the majority of these 'shooters' were on or recently came off of (which is even worse) some sort of prescribed pharmaceutical.
More recent research has shown that many were as well, avid pot smokers. Of course, not all pot smokers are going out shooting up schools. Many will argue that that drug makes people mellow and takes away the violent nature. Volumes of research now show this not to be the case. Because of the way that marijuana has been engineered (GMO) over the last 50 or so years, it is causing much more damage than the promoters would have you believe.
Most pot smokers will react in a knee jerk fashion to that comment without looking at the actual information. On this website, there are lots of reference websites and plenty of data if you are willing to look.
Drugs, whether they be legal or illegal or recently made legal are a great way to keep a population quiet and under control. Whether it is Prozac or pot the person under the influence is not going to be questioning things and not nearly as perceptive.
Feel free to roam about. The regular posts are on the Blog Page.
The following quote is by Benjamin Rush, the first President of the American Psychiatric Association. (Not a nice man.)