Newtown school shootings
Posted in the Danbury Forum
#1 Dec 14, 2012
This is too sad of a day.
The pain that one man has caused to all of us today. I can feel the anguish of the victims- their families- if only for a brief moment-then its gone leaving only tears behind.I will never forget. We should never forget.
#2 Dec 15, 2012
Condolences To All. Me thinks it would not be a bad idea to rebuild new State Hospitals in which to place these deranged individuals and keep them there indefinitedly - so that they are totally cared for. Why not raise money to rebuild permanent regional facilities. It may serve to cut down on some of this. At the present time it seems that we are not safe anywhere - a quiet visit to the mall ends in death? Or death arrives at a worship service at church; and now in the middle of the school day. The surviving children will be traumatized and terrorized of this for life. Imagine in the future your college roommate telling you about this incident, i.e. that they were there, ect.
The new buzzword is 'It is close'. Meaning any type of impending disaster including death could come upon any of us at anytime.
Flags at half staff and the nation in prayer. I was away from home last evening for a brief time (alone) and I was feeling a little anguish from this news even in my town .... There were a lot of people outdoors this night going about regular business, I assume
Saint Petersburg, FL
#3 Dec 15, 2012
"We only need to ask one simple question to determine what could have set the teenage gunman off. That question is: What psychiatric drug was he taking or withdrawing from? Sometimes simple questions are the hardest to ask. That question would be hard for the media to ask, because after reporting the event, taking station breaks for advertisements for antidepressants and sedatives might give big media editors and producers indigestion, since their very existence depends on Big Pharma sponsorship. That question would be hard for some politicians to ask because it might jeopardize Big Pharma campaign contributions (footnote 2). And that question might be hard for many Americans to ask because they are consuming psychiatric medications like candy.
"The sooner you admit the truth, insist that your politicians wake up and devise rational policies about psychiatric medication use and abuse, and warn those in your inner circle of friends and family about this menace to civilization, the sooner we can reclassify psychiatric drugs as obsolete therapies and dispose of them in the trash bins of history.
Saint Petersburg, FL
#4 Dec 15, 2012
Fact: Between 2004 and 2011, there have been over 11,000 reports to the U.S. FDAs MedWatch system of psychiatric drug side effects related to violence. These include 300 cases of homicide, nearly 3,000 cases of mania and over 7,000 cases of aggression. Note: By the FDAs own admission, only 1-10% of side effects are ever reported to the FDA, so the actual number of side effects occurring are most certainly higher.
#5 Feb 18, 2013
your town is right next door to newtown do any of you know any of the victims or there parents personally??????
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