Browsing around today I came across:
The secret at the bottom of psychiatry’s rabbit hole
“(NaturalNews) Nightmares, out-of-control aggressive behavior, extreme sadness and passivity, confusion, hallucinations, mania, brain damage, suicide, homicide—these are just a few central effects of psychiatric drugs.
Read the staggering statistics reported by Robert Whitaker, the author of Mad in America: “The number of adults, ages 18 to 65, on the federal disability rolls due to mental illness jumped from 1.25 million in 1987 to four million in 2007. Roughly one in every 45 working-age adults is now on government disability due to mental illness.
“This epidemic has now struck our nation’s children, too. The number of children who receive a federal payment because of a severe mental illness rose from 16,200 in 1987 to 561,569 in 2007, a 35-fold increase.”
Not only is the above linked article excellent but “Mad in America” is a milestone work worthy of being read by every thinking adult in the world. I cannot emphasize strongly enough how much you owe it to yourself and anyone you know who may be caught in this insidious web of modern witchcraft. It is the most refreshing expose I have ever encountered of the fraud and evil currently rampant in our western medical systems, systems which are thoroughly mired in double speak and ass-covering especially now that virtually all public bodies have automatic “get-out-of-jail-free” cards in the form of “privacy legislation”.
Another good site is: https://findinghopecatholic.wordpress.com/ which has some good content about 1 person’s take on mental illness. To quote:
“… So I purchased the audiobook for Robert Whitaker’s Anatomy of an Epidemic and began making my way through it during the drive home from school twice per week.
I can honestly say it made for the most upsetting, discouraging, enraging research project I have ever conducted. Upon completing that book I ordered in David Healy’s book Pharmageddon and used the index to find all of the parts related to psychiatric medication. It only confirmed what I’d already come to accept after Whitaker’s book …”
All three of the linked books and the “Mad in America” site above make extremely lucid and life saving reading. You owe it to yourselves to at least read them all so that you can consider the field of medicine and especially psychiatry from an informed perspective.
I say again, you owe it to yourselves and those you love and care about to be aware of the reality of modern medicine and especially psychiatry.