Friday, December 31, 2004

Manufacturer Knew Prozac Was A Killer Drug!

Now we find more evidence that manufacturer Eli Lilly knew as early as 1980 that Prozac is a killer drug that could cause murder or suicide in users. The British Medical Journal published, and provided to U.S. regulators, confidential documents given to them by an anonymous source showing that Prozac heightened risk of suicide and attempts at violence.

The documents were originally part of a 1994 lawsuit in which victims of a workplace shooting in Kentucky were suing Lilly. Eight people were killed in that incident by a man who had just begun using Prozac a month earlier. (This was about the time of the infamous series of "postal worker" workplace murders following the widespread use of Prozac among postal employees whose insurance covered "mental health" as well as physical health.) Probably sensing that the trial would bring down their empire, Lilly settled with the plaintiffs secretly. Publicly the plaintiffs dropped the suit, making it appear that there was no case. Later, the secret settlement was revealed.

After that, the papers mysteriously disappeared for about a decade, even from court records.

Now we have them back. Not only does Prozac kill, but the people who make it know it kills. How much longer will the world put up with this criminality? It is time to do more than make the drug illegal. It is time to find out who knew this data, who suppressed this report, and indict them for manslaughter. Based on the numbers of suicides and murders that have been precipitated by the use of this drug, the number of manslaughter charges for such individuals could be in the thousands.

Thursday, December 30, 2004

The Latest Victim Of Psychiatrically-Caused Violence

The latest victim of psychiatry is... Walmart??

Well, not really. The actual victim is a young woman named Shayla Stewart, in Dallas, Texas. After being on psychiatric lines for some time, labeled by psychiatrists to within an inch of her life (pun not intended) and fed "anti-psychotic medication" (which means Prozac, Xanax, Luvox, Paxil, or one of the other current psychiatric drugs that actually cause insanity) Ms. Stewart killed herself -- at the tender age of 24.

Her mother is suing Walmart for selling her the gun she did it with.

Her mother needs to know that Walmart and the gun are "wrong targets". (Once again, no pun is intended.) The correct target would be the vicious psychiatric establishment people who drove her to this.

This is yet another illustration of the truth that more and more people are starting to see: People go crazy and start killing themselves or others after their psychiatric treatment, not before. Psychiatrists and psychiatric drugs make people insane.

One of the questions is whether people on Prozac should be allowed to purchase a gun, according to the article. Our answer: No, they should not. Once someone has been subjected to abuse by psychiatrists, they shouldn't be allowed to purchase a gun. But an easier solution would be to outlaw the psychiatrists. They are the real source of the problem.

Based on the article, Ms. Stewart must have been in pretty good shape before the psychiatrists got to her. It apparently took a long list of psychiatric abuses, including periods of institutionalization and a long history of forced drugging, before they finally made her suicidal. It doesn't always take them that long to make a killer.

Friday, December 24, 2004

Murder In French Psychiatric Hospital

The sordid situation in the Cuckoo's Nest world of psychiatry spilled over last week when two nurses (both of whom were in their 40s and mothers of children) were murdered in a psychiatric hospital in the lovely provincial French city of Pau.

The murder is still unsolved. According to the CNN article in the link above, violence is commonplace in psychiatric hospitals in France.

It is sad that two young women with children were cut down in their prime. It is sadder that psychiatry, by using medeival techniques like psycho-surgery and Prozac-style drugs that turn people into suicidal/homicidal maniacs, makes mentally unstable inmates into insane killers.

Our motto: People become killers after they get their psychiatric treatment, not before. We will be watching for the rest of the story when they find the people who murdered these nurses.

Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Big Pharma Death Throes

Record levels of television advertisements for psychiatric drugs and wild forays to create pro-drug legislation may only be the thrashing throes of death for Big Pharma. Long able to somehow cloak the less-than-positive test results for many new pharmaceuticals, especially certain pain relievers and psychiatric potions, the lies have now reached a critical mass, and the truth is starting to erupt in waves. In the last two days there have been no less than three major news items chronicling the tailspin of the industry that more than any other seems to care nothing for people and the public.

Following scathing testimony in congress regarding suppressed tests for depression drugs showing they cause suicidal tendencies and many other dangerous side effects, the recent exposure of the pain-reliever Vioxx as a killer drug has been followed by continual bad news for the industry.

The front page news a few days ago was the government survey of the staff of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) -- the group that approves or disapproves drugs for use by the public. Apparently long in bed with Big Pharma, the FDA has been under attack. The survey showed that two thirds of FDA scientists don't trust the FDA to do what is best for the public.

This shocker is followed by the emergence of yet another PR disaster. The National Institute of Health stopped a study on Celebrex and Naproxen, drugs that Big Pharma was trying to foist off as solutions to Alzheimer's disease. It turned out after three years of testing that subjects taking the drugs had a 50% greater incidence of heart attacks and strokes than the control subjects in the same test. At about the same time, officials stopped advertising for Celebrex in it's already-approved capacity as a pain reliever, because of a discovered heart-attack risk. Another pain reliever in the same chemical family, Aleve, is also under attack.

Then, to add insult to injury, or maybe injury to injury, the FDA ordered a warning added to the ADHD drug Strattera. Use of the drug has resulted in liver failure and death in some cases, apparently. So yet another bogus drug for yet another bogus psych-defined disease is on its way to the scrapheap.

The nosedive is spectacular. We can hear the propeller winding up faster and faster as this insane industry speeds to its ultimate crash, propelled by the weight of decades of lies and deception, making billions of dollars on the sale of drugs that cause insanity rather than help it, kill rather than cure.

There is a place for drugs. Many lives have been saved by antibiotics. Diseases that used to ravage the world have been exterminated or reduced to next-to-nothing. But sitting on their laurels, and forgetting their real purpose, which was to help man and make him better, these pharma gorillas have been attacking the lives and sanity of our society for long enough. It's about time we put a stop to it.

Saturday, December 18, 2004

Death In The Crystal Cathedral

The latest victim of psychiatry and psychiatric drugs is Johnny Carl, the choir director at Orange County, California's famous Crystal Cathedral. He locked himself in the Crystal Cathedral and killed himself when police tried to go in after him.

"The longtime conductor of the Crystal Cathedral Orchestra had been hospitalized for depression weeks before he shot himself to death at the soaring glass-and-steel church, his wife said," according to

The article went on to say, "His wife, Linda Carl, said he had stopped taking a drug earlier this year that helped him control manic depression because of concerns it could harm his kidneys."

Let's add to that that it can harm your sanity and make you homicidal or suicidal.

This is yet another example on the front page of the news of someone who became wildly insane after seeking treatment from psychiatrists for mental illness. These guys don't help people. They make them crazy. Their drugs make people crazy too. If we can pick a psychiatry or psych drug victim who kills himself or others off the front page of the papers on a daily basis, that has to be the tip of the iceberg. If this guy wasn't the choir director of the Crystal Cathedral, but instead worked as a check-out clerk at the 7-11 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, would it have made the front page? How many are really dying?

It's time to identify the ogres that made these drugs legal and arraign them on a few thousand cases of manslaughter. Even the FDA, who is famous for backing drug companies, not the public safety, made them put a warning in a black box on all anti-depressants now warning that the drug could cause suicide. So why didn't they make the drug illegal? Is the risk of suicide negligible for an antidepressant drug? Ask Johnny Carl's wife.

Thursday, December 16, 2004

The Smoking Gun -- Literally!!!

Mary Clark, the mother of killer Nathan Gale, spilled the beans.

When Nathan Gale jumped up on the stage shooting four people at a rock concert, we knew he was a victim of psychiatry. Only people who have had psychiatric "help" and psychiatric drugs do crazy things like that. But we've been waiting for the other shoe to drop.

Now his mother Ms. Clark tells the tale. From

"Clark, who said she was close to her son, repeatedly apologized to the victims as she revealed to the station's interviewer that he suffered from paranoid schizophrenia. The diagnosis led to his medical discharge last year from the Marines after serving less than half of his four-year stint. She said she purchased the gun for him before his diagnosis."And I still didn't understand the whole thing, but he came home with his medications, and I don't know if he took them or not," Clark said. "I don't know if he was afraid to, or ... ashamed to, or ... didn't believe it himself," Clark said."

Yup. We were right. As usual.

Sunday, December 12, 2004

There's A New Psycho In Town

Now we have the "fan" who jumped up on the stage and killed a rock star and three others at a concert. One of his victims was heavy-metal rock hero "Dimebag".

We haven't yet located the psych background on the killer, Nathan Gale. Would anyone who knows about it forward the data? We know he had one, because this kind of insane action is almost always done by a victim of psychiatry -- someone who has been on psychiatric medication or has been "treated" by psychs in some way. Psychs don't cure psychos, they create them.

We do have a clue -- Gale was discharged early from the Marines. So his mistreatment by psychiatrists may have occurred while in the military. His untimely discharge is "confidential" -- so it wasn't for a crime. (That's another hallmark of modern society's misunderstanding of psychiatristy and psychiatrists -- courts often detain or imprison someone who is guilty of no crime -- suspending someone's constitutional rights because someone thinks he should be evaluated or treated by psychiatrists without his consent.)

Wednesday, December 08, 2004

Psychiatry Kills Again

If you read our previous post about Kathy Feaganes Allen, you'll be interested (and possibly upset) to know that our expectation she was a victim of psychiatry was very correct. Allen, who became angry at three boys playing in a parking lot and ran them down with her SUV, is a product of modern psychiatry -- the "science" that is supposed to make people saner but actually makes people crazy and dangerous.

Here's the link to a story that explains that she has been going to a psychiatrist for a long time, and takes at least six psychiatric drugs.

"Allen, whose wife testified about her mental illness in a court appearance on Monday, said she sees a psychiatrist every three months to monitor her chemical balance and also takes at least six medications several times daily to "keep her calm." says the story at Newsday.

Psychiatry is the biggest American tragedy of the 21st Century. Psychiatry and its insane culture of mind altering drugs that cause suicide and homicide in the name of "mental health" must be stopped.

Tuesday, December 07, 2004

Kathy Feaganes Allen

The boys were bouncing a golf ball in a parking lot. It hit an SUV driven by Kathy Feaganes Allen. Although it caused no damage, Ms. Allen "lost it". She turned the SUV on the boys, going over curbs and dividers, and charged them again and again. One of them is in critical condition, one in serious condition in St. Augustine, Florida area hospitals.

After she was done, she got out of the car and smoked a cigarette, looking calmly at the boys lying on the ground, bystanders say.

We're watching for proof Ms. Allen is a psych victim. The first clue just showed up, but we had to go to South Africa to get it. A South African site called "" says she told officers she has "mental problems". If she has anything to back that up, it's probably that she has been on a suicide/homicide drug like Prozac, Paxil or one of the other antidepressants. Of course they will miss what our readers already know. PEOPLE DON'T DO CRAZY THINGS LIKE THAT UNLESS THEY HAVE ALREADY BEEN "TREATED" BY PSYCHIATRISTS OR PSYCHOLOGISTS. It's modern "psychology" and its insane remedies (drugs, electroshock therapy, etc.) that make people act like this.

Ms. Allen has been charged with three counts of attempted murder.

We will watch for evidence Ms. Allen is on psych drugs.


1:35PM The Smoking Gun: In the St. Augustine Record there is a quote from a friend of Ms. Allen's.

The Allen's home and yard were always filled with "laughing teenagers ... happy people," Tatum said. "There were no drugs and no alcohol in that home. I do know that she couldn't really work outside the home because of stress. She's been on a lot of prescriptions."

Once again, "anti-depressants" have caused violence, and possibly caused the murder of a young man who is still in a coma in a St. Augustine area hospital.

Coming To Their Senses In Britain Re Prozac

At you can find out about Britain's new guidelines regarding prescription of antidepressants, such as Prozac, Paxil and others. Acknowledging the tendency for antidepressants to cause suicide, the new guidelines say, "The group of people who will benefit from these drugs is smaller than some GPs think."

They also recommend great care when stopping the drugs, because of the side effects of doing so. (A side trip to any on-line user support chat site will confirm this. The sites for users of Paxil will fill anyone with horror. Talk about addictive drugs; some of the Paxil stories sound like someone trying to get off heroin.)

This is just another in an accelerating chain of evidences that these insanity-causing drugs are being found out. Sell your stock in Eli Lilly and Glaxo Smith Kline short. They will be in a lot of trouble in a few years. This observer's opinion and prediction is there will be criminal indictments coming with the civil problems, for companies that have caused murders and suicides by suppressing evidence that the drugs fuel such urges in many people.

Sunday, December 05, 2004

Zoloft Causes A Murder?

Read today's headline story Zoloft Drove My Son To Kill. A twelve-year-old boy in South Carolina was put on Zoloft, a drug in the same category with Prozac and Paxil. Now protected from insanity by psychiatry's Great Drug Solution, he went to the closet, pulled out a shotgun, and blew away his grandfather, then his grandmother, one at a time.

The boy, named Christopher, had earlier been upset over his relationship with his separated father and mother. So his father sent Christopher to live with his paternal grandparents -- but not before he got "help" from psychiatrists for Christopher's despondent and depressed condition. The psychiatrists expertly did what psychiatrists do: they prescribed strong, mind-altering psychiatric drugs that make people crazy. They first prescribed Paxil to the youngster, changed it to Zoloft just three weeks before the killing, then doubled the dose a couple of days before little Christopher started shooting.

Proving to the world how competent modern psychiatry's solutions to depression are, Christopher grabbed a shotgun and bagged both grandparents in their sleep, then set the house on fire and drove away in his grandparents' car. The authorities who caught up with him said his emotions were cold and hard -- callous.

Christopher is now off all psychiatric drugs, and living with his other grandparents, who say he's once again a "sweet, quiet, laid-back boy" and "the old Christopher again."

This isn't the first time Zoloft has been implicated in a murder case. A Santa Cruz, California man was aquitted of attempted murder for beating a friend because of his Zoloft use.

Thursday, December 02, 2004

Psychiatrists Love Depression

Psychiatrists love depression. Many people think this mental malady is treatable by psychiatrists and psychologists. The more people think that, the more the cash registers ring in drug companies and psych offices.

Depression is quite real. Unfortunately, psychiatrists and psychologists can't handle it; in fact they often make it worse. Their solutions are mostly limited to liberal doses of mind-altering drugs like Prozac, Paxil, and others. If you thought you were suffering from depression when you went to the psychologist, wait till you see what happens when you take the drug. The FDA has finally acknowledged this to some small degree with their new "black box" warning (meaning the warning is put in a black box on the packaging for the drugs) that the drugs cause some people to have "increased suicidal thought and behavior".

Hello-o-o-ooo... These are the drugs that are being given to people that are suffering from depression?

The warning applies to all "anti-depressants", including Anafranil, Aventyl, Celexa, Cymbalta, Desyrel, Effexor, Elavil, Lexapro, Limbitrol, Ludiomil, Luvox, Marplan, Nardil, Norpramin, Pamelor, Parnate, Paxil, Pexeva, Prozac, Remeron, Sarafem, Serzone, Sinequan, Surmontil, Symbyax,Tofranil, Tofranil-PM, Triavil, Vivactil, Wellbutrin, Zoloft and Zyban.

That's a lot of them, isn't it? How can this happen? How can an entire industry, supposedly dedicated to mental health, have as their primary tool drugs that destroy mental health? Can this be?

It certainly can be, and there is a very good precedent for it historically, in the medical profession circa 1800. In those days if you told your doctor you didn't feel well, the first thing he would do is slit your wrists and drain the "bad blood". There was a whole line of thinking that "bad blood" was the cause of disease, and the medical solution was to drain it out. Of course this was before anybody had any understanding of hygiene as well, so they were making the incisions with an unsterilized knife and probably sneezing while they did it.

The famous poet Lord Byron became ill with what is today thought to have been mononucleosis -- a relatively harmless infection that requires a lot of sleep and eventually goes away -- today often called "the kissing disease". His doctors tried to solve it by bleeding him, and bleeding him, and bleeding him. He was a wealthy man, so he could afford the very best doctors. His physician made an entry into his diary one night that said, "We have bled him till his blood runs clear. We have done all that we can do." The next day Lord Byron died.

We laugh at this primitive story today. But we now have a much worse epidemic. Psychiatric victims who "lose it" -- commiting suicide, homicide or generally going insane, or further insane, as a result of their psychiatric "help".

The factor the news people miss is that people do these crazy things AFTER they get their psychological-psychiatric "help", not BEFORE!! The news always remarks, when someone goes crazy, that they were already in the care of a psychiatrist -- which seems to support the fact that they sure-nuff were insane. But if these people were so nuts, why didn't they do it before they started taking their Prozac or Paxil? Why did they finally completely lose it after they had been in treatment for some time.

The two boys that shot and killed classmates at the now famous Columbine High School in Colorado were psychiatric victims. One was on Luvox. The other was on Ritalin. Both had been taking psych-based "anger management" counseling. You would think that with the counseling and the drugs, if those actually do any good, they would have been less likely to snuff their friends and shoot themselves, not more likely. But after all this good "therapy", they finally snapped. Let's face it: The therapy causes this kind of behavior -- it does not cure it.

It's time to put a stop to it. Write your Senators and Congressional Representatives and let them know we want to cut government funding for psychiatry and psychology. If we do that the industry will die. Virtually all economic support for "mental health" comes from government. Very few people want to pay their good money for this kind of "help". If it wasn't for government funding, psychiatry couldn't support itself.

And while we're at it, let's really just say no to drugs -- all drugs -- for kids; including Ritalin and every other kind of chemical straitjacket school psychology experts are recommending as an alternative to love, understanding and discipline. It's time to put an end to the madness.