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American youth are going crazy on antidepressants, but the media prefer not to notice


21-year-old Robert Crimo, who shot down a festive procession in a suburb of Chicago, lived a typical life of American young men: loneliness, social networks and mental disorders states Fox News. As TV presenter Tucker Carlson notes, over the past thirty years, the US population has become firmly addicted to psychotropic drugs, pharmaceutical companies have received fabulous profits, and mass murders in the country have increased dramatically.

Robert (Bob) E. Crimo III, a person of interest in the mass shooting that took place at a Fourth of July parade route in the wealthy Chicago suburb of Highland Park, Illinois, U.S. is seen in this still image obtained from a social media video. Robert Crimo/via REUTERS THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES.

As we have seen, Crimo was still able to legally buy firearms despite his apparent mental illness. Think about it: why did this happen? Look at Bobby Crimo. Would you sell this guy a gun? Doesn’t he look like a psycho? Of course, it looks like it. So why didn’t anyone sound the alarm?

Well, maybe because he did not stand out from the crowd? Maybe because in America, as it turned out, there are a lot of young men who are very similar to this guy both in appearance and behaviour. This is not an attempt to hurt, it’s just the truth. Like Crimo, they live in a solitary fantasy world filled with social media, pornography and video games. They get high on state-approved weed. ’Smoke some more! It’s good for you!’

Their senses are dulled by the endless use of psychotropic drugs, which are distributed in every school in the country by crazy people pretending to be school psychologists. And, of course, these young people are angry. They know that their life will not be better than that of their parents. Only worse. It’s practically guaranteed. They know it, they are not quite that stupid. And yet the bossy figures in their lives, mostly women, never stop lecturing them about their so-called privilege: ‘You’re male, so you’re in a privileged position.’ Just imagine. And try to imagine a more unhealthy and unhappy life than this.

So many young people in America are going crazy. Does it surprise you? And by the way, there are shockingly many of them who have been prescribed psychotropic drugs, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or antidepressants by doctors. And this also applies to many criminals who have committed mass murders with the use of firearms. Keep in mind these drugs are designed to prevent crazy behaviour. However, there seems to be a connection here.

Eric Harris, the killer at Columbine, took Zoloft and Luvox. The year before, 15-year-old Kip Kinkle shot and killed his parents, after which dozens of his classmates became his victims. He took Prozac. In 2005 in Minnesota, 16-year-old Jeff Wiese killed his grandfather and ten children. He also took Prozac. So did Steven Kazmirczak, 27, who killed six people at Northern Illinois University. In 2012, you may remember, 25-year-old James Holmes entered a movie theatre and opened fire, killing 82 people. He took Zoloft.

This list can be read for a long time. This includes 34-year-old Aaron Alexis, who fired at the Washington Navy Yard in 2013. And 21-year-old Dylan Roof, who shot down a church in Charleston. He was apparently a racist, and we heard a lot about it. OK. Except we didn’t hear much about him taking selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. He and many, many others. You are not supposed to notice it. But some have noticed.

The Journal of Political Psychology once compiled a list of dozens of massacres committed by young men on prescription drugs. Is there a connection here? Who doesn’t take a prescription from a doctor these days? From 1991 to 2018, total SSRI prescriptions in the US increased by 3,000 per cent. 

But the point of this particular change was to make Americans calmer, mentally healthy and happy. ’Take these drugs and your problems will go away! Yes, your senses will become dull, you will lose a part of yourself, and you will no longer experience deep joy. You will become a part robot, but at least you will not want to kill yourself or harm other people, ‘that’s what we were promised.

3,000 percent. Did it help? Let’s see. During the same period, the suicide rate in the United States jumped 35 percent. Did it help? Millions of people began to take anti-suicidal drugs, and as a result, we have many more suicides. So maybe it doesn’t work? You think, ‘Could this make the problem worse?’ Let’s see. Crowd shootings also increased dramatically over the same period. Here is a chart that reflects this.

Twitter idiots are always yelling the same thing: ‘Correlation and causation are not the same!’ Good. Whatever that means. But tell us, fools, what exactly is going on? What does this chart mean?

We know that selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors are dangerous. It’s written right on the package. They raise, quote, ‘risk of anxiety, restlessness, irritability, hostility, aggressiveness, impulsivity, and mania.’ 

One meta-study by the Food and Drug Administration found that young people who were prescribed selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors were more likely to commit suicide. Wait a minute… More suicides? Wasn’t that supposed to lower the suicide rate? And we have more of them. Let’s stop!

But we don’t stop. We press the pedal to the floor. From 2015 to 2019, the use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors by adolescents in the United States increased by nearly 40 percent. ’Does not help? Let’s add more!’
It would seem that this is a large-scale and highly obvious problem, extremely obvious. People are not themselves. They take drugs that appear to cause the very behaviour they are supposed to prevent. Why isn’t this on TV?

Let’s see. In 2020, the pharmaceutical industry in this country spent over $4.5 billion on national television advertising. How much is it? In comparison, Pfizer spent more on advertising in 2020 than on R&D. But it was not a bad decision. It was a great decision! Pfizer’s revenue doubled last year to over $81 billion.


How did they do it? The ad campaign – Public Relations assault paid off. Helped convince politicians to oblige the entire population to accept Pfizer products. Products that don’t work as advertised. A product that killed a huge number of people, and its side effects cannot be the basis for claims, so the US Congress decided. Journalists. – InoTV ) are paid to be fans of Pfizer. Almost all the news you see in the United States is paid for by Pfizer. Take a look. Source and video



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