by Jon Davy
The second fatal knife rampage in a week has been linked to psychiatry.
We covered the first and the link to psychiatry here.
The second was Badreddin Abedlla Adam, a Sudanese asylum seeker shot dead by police after a knife rampage at a hostel in Glasgow on Friday, who was also reported as having been having “mental health issues”.
What “having mental health issues” means is this:
People arriving in the UK seeking asylum have usually been through some pretty horrific experiences.
They arrive here in a stressed condition.
They are provided a psychiatric consultation whereupon hey are diagnosed as suffering from PTSD or some such thing.
The quick, cheap “remedy” for such diagnoses is to administer one or more psychiatric drugs.
The drugs are designed to keep the person quiet. They don’t cure anything but in many case they so render the person stupefied, emotionally “dead” and easy to control.
However, in some cases, either as a result of the drugs or TRYING TO COME OFF THE DRUGS, they flip and become violent.
The bizarre violent knife or gun rampages – almost non existent in the days before the advent of psychiatric drugging – are ALL reactions to psychiatric medications.
Psychiatric medications are essentially chemical poisons that alter mood by inducing nerve or brain damage.
Check out the press reports on such incidents. You will always find reference to the perpetrator’s mental health issues – suffering from PTSD, “being treated for” depression” etc.
“Mental health issues” means he or she was being drugged.
The drugging made him or her worse.
And in some cases, “worse” means losing it entirely.
The routine drugging of asylum seekers – or indeed people in general – is going to keep producing incidents like this.
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