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Alert 34 : Dr. Oz asks on TV, “Is There a Link between Psychiatric Drugs and Violence?” and Sort-of Lets Me Answer.

On Wednesday March 14, 2018, one hour before my Dr. Peter Breggin Hour went on the radio airwaves, I watched myself flicker across the screen of a Dr. Oz television show titled, “Is There a Link between Psychiatric Drugs and Violence?” Oz gave me a few seconds to say that the FDA confirms that antidepressants […]

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The Biggest Lie of All about Psychiatric Drugs

In January 1999, a young woman was pushed off a subway platform in New York City and killed.  The perpetrator was identified in the press as a mental patient who had stopped taking his drugs.  The Pharmaceutical Empire and organized psychiatry manipulated this horrendous event to stir up public fear of psychiatric patients who stop taking their drugs.  The result in New York State was Kendra’s law, making it easier to involuntarily treat patients who refuse to take their medication.

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Look out when the Left and Right both empower psychiatry

As I predicted in my blogs on Naturalnews.com and on my website, the left and the right have indeed found common ground in wanting to increase the power of psychiatry and the mental health establishment with the goal of preventing gun massacres. But as I’ve also warned in my reports, psychiatrists have no special ability to identify potentially violent offenders. Even more striking, they have no drugs that prevent violence, but they prescribe many drugs that can cause violence, including antidepressants, benzodiazepines, stimulants, and antipsychotic drugs.

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Never again! The real history of psychiatry

There have been recent calls for a national Mental Health Registry, and then additional calls to link such a registry to gun licensing. In the dreadful wake of Newtown, both the left and the right and the current US federal administration are demanding that we tighten mental health statutes to make it easier and even mandatory for health care providers including psychiatrists and psychotherapists to incarcerate people on suspicion of perpetrating violence.

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Scrutinizing violence’s ties to antidepressants

Huge efforts have been made by the pharmaceutical industry to prevent the public and the health professions from knowing that antidepressant drugs can cause violence and suicide. Joe Wesbecker had threatened his co-workers in the past, but had never been violent. In 1989, Wesbecker was placed on Prozac (fluoxetine). One month later, he became agitated and delusional.

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