“The pharmaceutical industry is now the most poorly regarded industry in Americans’ eyes, ranking last on a list of 25 industries that Gallup tests annually.” Big Pharma Sinks to the Bottom of U.S. Industry Rankings, Gallup. Need I say more ? One day the world will be free of the pox that is the pharmaceutical […]
“Five months after Congress passed its anti-rave legislation, Ricaurte reported that he’d mistakenly given his animals meth, not MDMA, and retracted the paper. The fiasco, described as an “almost laughable laboratory blunder,” got its own chapter in the book When Science Goes Wrong: Twelve Tales from the Dark Side of Discovery. But the damage had been done. Federal […]
“Part 3 section 45 of the Serious Crime Act 2015 sets out an offence of participating in the criminal activities of an organised crime group”. Organised Crime Group: Participating in Activities of an “But the problem is a bit like kidnapping and ransom; it will never be prevented while kidnappers know that they can negotiate […]
I have previously written about the conviction of pharma company CEO’s. This is a very difficult subject to write about. I struggle not to get too emotionalised when so many deaths and damaged people are involved. But here lawyer Eugene McCarthy puts excessive emotion to one side in his brilliant use of legal rhetoric (in […]
Dayton Shooter Had Cocaine, Alcohol & Antidepressents In His System During Attack True Pundit article. Many other news stories confirm the coroners report, as well as their being a database of former incidents involving psychiatric drugs. I wrote about this in a previous article drawing attention to the film Outland with Sean Connery. Dr. Ann […]
These figures are taken from Somatic Experiencing: Using Interoception and Proprioception as Core Elements of Trauma Therapy – Payne, Levine, Crane-Godreau, Frontiers in Psychology, 2015.
With the notable exception of Peter Breggin stopping Lobotomy, along with many other successes. But abusive psychiatry still keeps marching on … Well ?
Dr Perter Breggin shows how the nature of modern damaging psychiatric drugs and electroshock “ECT” are no longer a mystery once you know the facts of the history of psychiatry. The following pages are taken from the PDF of Electroshock: Its Brain-Disabling Effects by Peter Roger Breggin, New York: Springer Publishing, 1979. (Local copy). In […]
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