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Psychiatric Drugs to Make Us More Empathic or Compliant? - America Out Loud PULSE

  • November 26, 2022
  • /   Peter Breggin MD and Ginger Ross Breggin
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Psychiatric Drugs to Make Us More Empathic or Compliant?

by Peter Breggin MD & Ginger Breggin
Originally posted on America Out Loud PULSE Nov 25, 2022 | Health, Politics

News Flash: Peter and Ginger Breggin host their weekly show on their own without a guest on America Out Loud PULSE. It’s practically raucous and somewhat funny as we interact with renewed energy around multiple subjects that are, in fact, full of gravitas. We begin evaluating an ethicist’s view who wants to secretly force on us drugs that will make us more compliant to the collective. 

Then we relate it to California Governor Gavin Newsom’s signing of a new law further empowering the state board to take away the licenses of physicians who don’t follow the COVID narrative, especially on vaccines, when talking privately with their patients. The global predators and their allies are determined to destroy the privacy of the patient-physician relationship.

In a totalitarian society, privacy is forbidden. Then we interact around a variety of dazzling examples of oppression, finishing with how we can fight back. We blame this increasingly wild quality of the show on Malcolm, the founder of America Out Loud, who keeps telling us to be “more natural” the way we are when chatting on the phone with him. So check it out, Malcolm.
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