Washington Navy Yard Shooter – Psychiatric Drugs and the Government

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Aaron Alexis, the Navy Yard shooter was treated at the Veterans Administration for mental problems; the only prescriptions handed out there for patients with mental issues are SSRIs – drugs like Zoloft, Paxil, Prozac, etc. The VA is a government agency.

Despite full knowledge by the FDA , another government agency, that these drugs are deadly, dangerous and put certain patients at a severe risk of suicide and/or murder, they go ahead and approve them.

Ninety percent of the mass killings (that we know of) in recent years were done by people on psychiatric drugs. This is the connection the media is suppressing. Why is that? Because drug companies pay millions of dollars in advertising on TV; if the media started investigated their sordid trail of drug killings, they would be de-funded.

For example, the AuroraTheatre massacre, perpetrated by James Holmes, took nine  months for the story to finally arrive for public view.

This laissez-faire attitude toward psychiatric drugs by the government – for lack of a less charitable word – has led to countless lives lost. To what end?

It is noteworthy that every mass, senseless killing, especially of children, is followed by a public outcry to “do something about this!” The answer, pushed off on the public repeatedly is gun control. That doesn’t make sense at all because guns don’t kill, people do. But we can’t simply say they were “crazy”.

These mass shooters were drugged until they went artificially and tragically insane. Dr. Healy, psychiatrist and professor of psychiatry in Wales, has carefully kept note of 66 school shootings from 1988 to 2011. They were all attributed to Paxil, Zoloft, Prozac, Celexa, Welbutrin and the list goes on.

Dr. Breggin, psychiatrist, has testified in court on over 100 cases about the connection between violence and psychiatric drugs.

But the media will keep saying it’s just guns.

Much talk is going around through Congrees these days on banning and restricting guns, making stricter laws on those who own guns, etc. In actuality, they are all infringements on the Second Amendment – the right to bear arms.

If these new laws come into being, one of them being a person with a mental disorder would not be allowed to own a gun, consider the massive amount of our servicemen who are now on psychiatric drugs. Many of them have committed suicide but the ones who come back will, cleverly, be no threat to the government.

It’s very interesting that these horrible drugs are so tolerated by the FDA and many others; yet people are being arrested and jailed for selling organic food, raw milk and growing food in their own yards. Is there anything wrong with that picture?

Many killings are committed by knives, fertilizer (for bombs) and cyanide. If someone is determined to kill, there are many tools, most very easy to acquire. Even firearms. The answer is not to ban guns but to ban psychiatric drugs and the people who manufacture and promote them – the true source. Awareness is the key; more people need to tune in to the true cause of most senseless murder.

Realize that Aaron Alexis, the Washington Navy Yard shooter was a pawn and a tool of the government, using psychiatric drugs, to help do away with our right to defend ourselves.

 

(op ed)

 

Written by Lucille Femine

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