50 million Americans are on psychotropic medication

Psychiatry and the Pharmaceutical companies are militant entities that have been set up to greatly enhance the destruction to come. The various classes of their legal drugs have been deliberately engineered to produce a substancial level of addiction and permanent brain/body damage (even more powerful then their 'illegal' street-drug equivalents).

I have previously taken time to extensively examine a number of User-driven support forums, of many different substances, to see what these people have to deal with when coming off the Psychiatric drugs that were prescribed to them. The general template is as follows:

Their commentaries:
One has to be protectively 'locked away', becoming completely dependent on both the patience and material providing of supportive family members, all while sheltered in a controlled environment (You basically become an Invalid). Every day being on the head of a pin, barely making it to the next day. This process can take up to a year (or more), even only just to survive the worst of the worst. And, almost always, the medical community will not support you in any way, because they do not want to lose a customer - they want you to fail. On top of that, all the anger, terror, pain, sadness, confusion, memories of abuse, etc, that the drugs never allowed the individual to deal with properly - all that anguish will come back (as it must) with an intensity far greater than if the individual had been truly helped to sort it out before ever being exposed to Psychiatry.


My analysis:
How many people, in the U.S. alone, are now 'functioning' under the influence of psychotropic medication? What will happen when the end-game of the Elite has been achieved and they subsequently collapse everything at once by shutting down the grid, making sure that absolutely nothing is going to work?

50 MILLION men, women and children...
-America alone,

-In withdrawal psychosis,
-All at the same time,
-In an environment of complete chaos,
-With no functioning amenities,
-Forced to face everything about life - both past and present - in it's raw form, yet now amplified.


Now take all of the above scenario, and:
1) Add in the additional numbers of all the potheads, alcoholics and heroin/cocaine/etc Users who will also be experiencing sudden, forced withdrawal.
2) Apply that situation on a *global* scale.

Matthew 24: 21-22.
 
With the grapplers being so active in the coffee industry it really makes me wonder.

Are they merely trying to normalize angry aggressive psychotic women as barristas that the creative class of men has to deal with if they want to get a coffee somewhere and where women monitor for badthink or are they tweaking the coffee as well to make it more addictive / lacing it with something?

Starbucks has off the charts caffeine for what it's worth and espressos are the crack cocaine of coffee...
 
I’m on beer, weed and Ritalin right now, life is good!!!
Considering your avatar photo, I don't doubt it.

1. Weed is 'better' than Prozac, but using either makes one a dope.

2. Replace Ritalin with cocaine - both substances have the same molecular structure and both will destroy a person; but at least coke is organic.

3. When scotian was seventeen, he drank some very good beer...
 
With the grapplers being so active in the coffee industry it really makes me wonder.

Are they merely trying to normalize angry aggressive psychotic women as barristas that the creative class of men has to deal with if they want to get a coffee somewhere and where women monitor for badthink or are they tweaking the coffee as well to make it more addictive / lacing it with something?

Starbucks has off the charts caffeine for what it's worth and espressos are the crack cocaine of coffee...
"poster153712646"
Looks like ^this^ one's Username is on more 'medicine' then scotian's avatar - You're gonna blow your mind, bro.o_O

Ah; good ol' Starbucks and those other major chains with their synthetic 'coffees'? The cardboard cups that hold those mocaccino/frappuccino/espresso/snowflakcino concoctions have more nutrients for the body than the actual liquid they contain (or the 'bubbly' barristas that serve them).

Considering the type of people drawn to these hipster establishments, "There must be something in the water" may actually have a literal application.

Krispy Kreme 'donuts' are another example of edible poison for the body - it's not really food, just artificial... not quite sure of the best description I can even use to properly conclude this sentence.
 

pitbullowner

Kingfisher
I'm doing nothing physiologically mind altering... I can't afford to distract myself from Gods guidance.

I admonish those of you making light of doing so. You're hurting yourself telling God you're not worthy of his love.

I've been facing life head-on non stop except for a year when my father died .
I became an alcoholic , and the reality that beset me after I quit... Was so harsh because I had to face my demons with only the help of God.
I think facing things headon with God as my has been giving me grit.
Facing cancer, I could cuck out and go smoke pot. I ABSOLUTELY refuse to. I embrace these struggles now. I know God will use me in a way to be a leader among men when the time comes, which I think will be coming very very soon.

I've got 3 more rounds of 8 in my chemotherapy treatments to go. I hate it, sometimes I wanna give up and let go of this life... But in this low moments I pray to God, and he removes the burden of being weak from my heart.

If you're trying to escape the demons you have in your life, you will NEVER be able to do it without God, people will help, but they're fallible too and will eventually betray you. Jesus is steadfast and has always been and always will be.The father loves you, but he also is very stern Lord.

*I take that back, I will drink one or or 2 cups of coffee a day, and a beer every other week with a meal.
 

NoMoreTO

Pelican
I think Mushrooms are next up for legalization. I've seen some "medical benefits" articles. I don't doubt they have a use. But surely, this might be part of the (((Agenda))).

I've used Mushrooms in lower doses (1g) before and had positive experiences, but not sure this is a good thing for society to let it loose.
 
I've been facing life head-on non stop except for a year when my father died .
I became an alcoholic , and the reality that beset me after I quit... Was so harsh because I had to face my demons with only the help of God.
I think facing things headon with God as my has been giving me grit.
Facing cancer, I could cuck out and go smoke pot. I ABSOLUTELY refuse to. I embrace these struggles now. I know God will use me in a way to be a leader among men when the time comes, which I think will be coming very very soon.

I've got 3 more rounds of 8 in my chemotherapy treatments to go. I hate it, sometimes I wanna give up and let go of this life... But in this low moments I pray to God, and he removes the burden of being weak from my heart.

If you're trying to escape the demons you have in your life, you will NEVER be able to do it without God, people will help, but they're fallible too and will eventually betray you. Jesus is steadfast and has always been and always will be.The father loves you, but he also is very stern Lord.
When I was hooked on THC, junk food, YouTube and porn two years ago, I always saw it as a means of escaping (what I thought was) an inescapable, oppressive existence. While I did experience the stoner's euphoria, it never felt "good." And the comedowns were typically awful, not simply because of the physiological effects but because of the intense guilt that I could have done something, ANYTHING productive.

Although I lapsed a couple of times during the lockdown, for the most part I resisted going back to the devil's lettuce because I realized satan and his forces wanted me chasing pleasures instead of focusing on my spiritual life. I thought I could never shake the habit but the embarrassment of confessing the same sins over and over again, combined with the very real possibility of the Sacraments never returning got me to stop.
 

king bast

Woodpecker
I keep hearing how once you start on anti-depressants, it's nearly impossible to get off. I would have almost believed it too, if I hadn't seen my wife get off them, and stay off for nearly 10 years and counting, after taking them for post natal depression. I'm sure it wasn't easy for her, but no harder than what got her on them in the first place. I suspect the really hard part is doing it alone, with no strong guiding figures and loving family, rather than people who secretly want you to keep them company in their misery.
 
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I'm doing nothing physiologically mind altering... I can't afford to distract myself from Gods guidance.

I admonish those of you making light of doing so. You're hurting yourself telling God you're not worthy of his love.

I've been facing life head-on non stop except for a year when my father died .
I became an alcoholic , and the reality that beset me after I quit... Was so harsh because I had to face my demons with only the help of God.
I think facing things headon with God as my has been giving me grit.
Facing cancer, I could cuck out and go smoke pot. I ABSOLUTELY refuse to. I embrace these struggles now. I know God will use me in a way to be a leader among men when the time comes, which I think will be coming very very soon.

I've got 3 more rounds of 8 in my chemotherapy treatments to go. I hate it, sometimes I wanna give up and let go of this life... But in this low moments I pray to God, and he removes the burden of being weak from my heart.

If you're trying to escape the demons you have in your life, you will NEVER be able to do it without God, people will help, but they're fallible too and will eventually betray you. Jesus is steadfast and has always been and always will be.The father loves you, but he also is very stern Lord.

*I take that back, I will drink one or or 2 cups of coffee a day, and a beer every other week with a meal.
^^This is an example of what true strength in a man looks like.
 

Rob Banks

Pelican
In regards to the OP, it is not just the psychiatric meds that are bad, but psychiatry and psychology in general.

The whole industry is built on Freud and other atheist ideas.

In the past, there were specially-trained priests to deal with people who were spiritually weak or f**ked up. That is because it was understood that so-called “mental disorders” are actually spiritual problems caused by demons and evil spirits.

If mental illnesses were really just brain diseases, then they would be treated by a neurologist (not a psychiatrist) and they would be seen as being no different from Alzheimer’r or Parkinson’s.

Dr. Thomas Szasz had some very good and interesting ideas about the topic, although he was an atheist libertarian Jewish psychiatrist.
 
I think Mushrooms are next up for legalization. I've seen some "medical benefits" articles. I don't doubt they have a use. But surely, this might be part of the (((Agenda))).

I've used Mushrooms in lower doses (1g) before and had positive experiences, but not sure this is a good thing for society to let it loose.
Western Society has published itself as the moral beacon of the world, with the happiest citizens therein. The more liberated this Empire gets, the more coping measures will be needed to convince 'happy' people into not realizing how truly worthless their collective existences are. Drugs which are advertised as "bad" and made illegal are done so only until the Government can find a way to make money from it - then the "health" benefits appear in the official narrative.

Remember: You can't tax the underground black market, but you can tax the local dealer who sells with an official business license.

If I may inquire, what are the "positive experiences" of which you speak?
 
Ever since the push for legalizing weed started ive been telling people its a bad look. The altered state of mind is artificial and anything done on it becomes incredibly boring off. Almost as if was designed to create an artificial state of happiness that can't be replicated naturally while simultaneously making sober life seem more painful then what it is. At the same time I come from a family riddled with addiction. If all you see are nails then you'll find a hammer, size, color and quality barely matter.
 

NoMoreTO

Pelican
If I may inquire, what are the "positive experiences" of which you speak?
I have done them a handful of times out at cottages and camping with friends and have generally had a good time, funny moments, enjoyment of nature, no bad trips or negative effects after. I am not looking to do them, but if I go on this annual cottage trip, I'd basically be signing myself back up for them, or be the odd man out.
 
In regards to the OP, it is not just the psychiatric meds that are bad, but psychiatry and psychology in general.

The whole industry is built on Freud and other atheist ideas.

In the past, there were specially-trained priests to deal with people who were spiritually weak or f**ked up. That is because it was understood that so-called “mental disorders” are actually spiritual problems caused by demons and evil spirits.

If mental illnesses were really just brain diseases, then they would be treated by a neurologist (not a psychiatrist) and they would be seen as being no different from Alzheimer’r or Parkinson’s.

Dr. Thomas Szasz had some very good and interesting ideas about the topic, although he was an atheist libertarian Jewish psychiatrist.
One of the 'symptoms' necessary in diagnosing an individual is:
"Must go against the cultural norms of the person's society."
This statement, alone, invalidates Psychiatry as any kind of medical science. The DSM is admitting that popular opinion is what determines mental stability.

For example, this is why:
-Being gay is no longer a mental illness.
-The typical college chick has all the symptoms of manic disorder, but it's called "empowerment".

-A popular person can be hallucinating out of his mind, but make millions off it if he becomes a psychic to celebrities; but the unpopular person can get diagnosed as schizophrenic for simply having thoughts that bother other people.
-The popular teen will get praised as a champion for his get-things-done/make-his-own-rules "energy"; the 'loser' teen will get diagnosed with ADHD, and drugged into oblivion, for the exact same "energy".

All mental disorders are environmentally caused; there is no "genetic" component to them. Mental health has shifted from the "nurture" model to the "nature" model, because 'advanced' civilizations will never admit that their modern (demonic) approach to life/parenting/sex/diet/etc is completely wrong.
 
I have done them a handful of times out at cottages and camping with friends and have generally had a good time, funny moments, enjoyment of nature, no bad trips or negative effects after. I am not looking to do them, but if I go on this annual cottage trip, I'd basically be signing myself back up for them, or be the odd man out.
I appreciate the honest reply.

I must say, though:
If anyone needed to be buzzed on drugs, in order to have a good time in my company, I'd be rather insulted by that. And if I needed to be buzzed for people to enjoy my company, I'd be rather depressed by that.

If we need drugs to enjoy our friends activities/pastimes/nature/etc, that tells us that we don't really like those things to begin with.

Go on the trip. Be the odd man out, if 'stuff' starts getting passed around. If they don't like your stand, seek different friends. When you discover what your buzzed friends look like - now examined from your 'sound mind' perspective - you'll want different friends.
 
Ever since the push for legalizing weed started ive been telling people its a bad look. The altered state of mind is artificial and anything done on it becomes incredibly boring off. Almost as if was designed to create an artificial state of happiness that can't be replicated naturally while simultaneously making sober life seem more painful then what it is. At the same time I come from a family riddled with addiction. If all you see are nails then you'll find a hammer, size, color and quality barely matter.
Modern society is a hollow shell, as are most of it's inhabitants. I would say the drugs are 'needed' to fill in the missing solidity to such emptiness.
 
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