Antidepressants – driving unhappy people crazy

Yet another booby trap from the psycho pharmacy

Introduction

Here is a timely warning in light of the fact that the government’s collusion with its pals in the pharmaceuticial industry is inflicting on the population inordinate stress that the pharmaceutical industry is very quick – via its psychiatric pushers posing as real doctors  – to cash in on via the sale of antidepressants.

But antidepressants are yet another booby trap from an industry that specialises in laying booby traps for the unsuspecting public.

The use of antidepressants to “prevent” depression

As partners in commerce, pharmaceutical companies and psychiatrists are like bees around a honey pot, looking for the next opportunity to generate income through psychiatric labels and drugs. For this unholy alliance, business is business.

It’s an alliance that regularly feeds off of human misery but it’s now taken the venture to a new low by attempting to feed off of happy people too. A study has attempted to encourage the use of antidepressants for people who are doing just fine, who are happy and functioning well. The dangerous drugs are being perversely promoted as a means of ‘preventing’ depression. It’s a commercial enterprise that represents nothing more than brazen profiteering.

Over the decades, much has been written about the effects of antidepressant drugs and their association with death and destruction. They have been linked to aggression and violence, to the horrors of school shootings and to suicidal thoughts and suicidal behaviour that occur in people taking the drugs.

One of the reasons the death and destruction continues is down to the fact that consumers just don’t know how risky it is to take the drugs. Parents have lost children after they started taking antidepressants. If they knew the potential dangers of the drugs, it’s unlikely they would consent to the ‘treatment.’

The most recent Government figures from 2018 show there were 518 death linked to antidepressants. The number of deaths in the last ten years was over 4500 deaths. In other words, someone died every day in that time period as a result of antidepressant prescribing.

These are appalling statistics but they are testimony to an impressive psychiatric machine that continues to pump out drug propaganda erroneously accepted as scientific or factual.

For those who have lost loved ones after taking antidepressants, or for those who are suffering the effects from taking them in present time, it can feel like a kick in the teeth. For them, any so-called benefits will never outweigh the long list of risks.

Also realise this – antidepressants are big business. Since 2000, the NHS has spent over £5 billion on antidepressants in England alone. Selling dangerous psychiatric drugs for profit may be good business, but it’s bad medicine.

The dangers associated with psychiatric drugs are known. They’ve been known for a long time. Suggesting therefore that healthy and happy people should take the drugs is a blatant disregard for human life and tantamount to criminal assault.

Be fully informed and don’t fall for the psychiatric spin.


Brian Daniels is the executive director of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) for the UK

CCHR has been fighting since 1969 to expose and end abuses of the citizenry by psychiatrists on the pretence of “mental health

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