2015: Non-Conformity and Questioning Authority Are Now Considered Mental Illnesses

Do you believe that nonconformity and freethinking are mental illnesses? Well, according to the most recent edition of the DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders), they are. The popular psychological manual is considered the “Bible” of the psychiatric and psychological profession. The new fifth edition of the DSM identifies a mental illness that it terms “oppositional defiant disorder” or ODD. On the surface, this might sound legitimate, but when we look at how the DSM defines it, a number of serious problems arise for free thinkers. The DSM defines ODD as an “ongoing pattern of disobedient, hostile and defiant behavior.” It’s symptoms include“questioning authority, as well as the vague description of “negativity, and equally vague “defiance,” and “argumentativeness,” or even “being easily annoyed.” Let’s take a look at that for a moment – the DSM has defined “oppositional defiant disorder” as being “defiant.” But there’s not need to listen to me, […] Read More

2015: The disturbing link between mass shootings and anti-depressants

Article first appeared in TruthinMedia: Suboxone has a history of causing violent episodes in some users. But there is much more. Back in 1989, 47-year-old Joseph T. Wesbecker, just a month after he began taking Prozac, shot 20 workers in Louisville, Ky., killing nine. Prozac maker Eli Lilly later settled a lawsuit brought by survivors. 1999: 15-year old Oregon school shooter Kip Kinkel, who opened fire in his school cafeteria, had been on Prozac. 1999: Eric Harris, the Columbine killer, was taking Luvox. 1999: Conyers, Georgia school shooter T.J. Solomon was on Ritalin. 2005: Red Lake Indian Reservation shooter Jeff Weise was taking Prozac. 2007: Virginia Tech shooter Cho Seung-Hui, who shot and killed 32 people, was on anti-depressants and taking Prozac. 2012: Colorado theater shooter James Holmes… was reportedly heavily hooked on the prescription painkiller Vicodin. And he took a cocktail of anti-depressants before his shooting spree. 2012: […] Read More

2014: CNN Promotes Microchip Brain Implants For Memory Loss

John Vibes February 16, 2014 (ANTIMEDIA) For years, the alternative media has been exploring the possibility of advanced surgical technology, like implantable microchips and their possible advantages and disadvantages. These legitimate possibilities have been overlooked and ignored by many, but now this type of technology is actually being promoted by the mainstream media. CNN reported that a team of US researchers is suggesting that implantable brain chips could help people restore their memory. The team expects to implant a “small number” of human volunteers with brain chips in the very near future. If the trials go well, the team hopes to start implanting microchips into the brains of their patients within a ten year time period. This research is nothing new though, it has been going on for nearly two decades. In fact, there are currently over 80,000 people who currently have microchips in their brains to treat epilepsy […] Read More

2014: Mental illness is the new normal

by Jon Rappoport February 14, 2014 www.nomorefakenews.com The strategy is as old as the hills. Show people an extreme example of something, and thereby convince them to accept a compromise. In this case, parade before the public—along with assured pronouncements from “mental health experts”—images of James Holmes, Aaron Alexis, Adam Lanza, etc.—and say: “Look, these are people who committed unspeakable crimes because they were suffering from mental disorders, and we must do something about it…in fact, at least half of all Americans have some sort of mental disorder…” It’s a nudge, a coax, a veiled threat, an invocation of fear. “Gee, maybe I have a mental disorder and I don’t even know it.” It softens up the population. “If you have a mental disorder, you should get diagnosed and treated. Otherwise, later on, you could go off the rails and commit a horrible act. It’s inconsiderate and dastardly to […] Read More