wow. yeah we do have too much drugs in the U.S, and the abuse is really bad. Especially with the mental and psychiatric prescribed medication for children and adult.<quoted text>
Thanx... but very strange!
This is in conjunction with what you said in a post re the majority of 'mental illness' sufferers having guilt or shame.
It seems every time I do post a link from this it is taken
The other day it was working fine!
That adds up to 3 over time since I began, they are removing or changing!
I am working to help some of these victims...
Such again is the Guilt and Shame of the big phamas affecting folk who are not mental in any way.
One Jewish medic wants a victim to stop bowing the God!
Big Pharma's strong political ties
Who will create the screening tests and who will create the algorithms? Well, Big Pharma will undoubtedly play a role, as it always does. Eli Lilly and Janssen Pharmaceutica's parent company, Johnson & Johnson, already have extensive ties to the Bush Family and the federal government. Take a look at these links:
Eli Lilly (Prozac, Zyprexa):
* Former President George Herbert Walker Bush = former member of the Eli Lilly board of directors
* Mitch Daniels, President George W. Bush's former director of Management and Budget = former Eli Lilly vice president
* Sidney Taurel, member of President Bush's Homeland Security Advisory Council = current CEO of Eli Lilly
* The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)= major recipient of Eli Lilly funding
(Source: "Eli Lilly, Zyprexa and the Bush Family" by Bruce Levine)
Johnson & Johnson, parent company of Janssen Pharmaceutica (Risperdal)
* Robert Wood Johnson IV, heir to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, raised more than $100,000 for George W. Bush's 2000 presidential campaign and more than $200,000 for Bush's 2004 campaign.
(Source: "Bush Administration -- Money, Politics & Drugs" by Evelyn Pringle)
"Treating" the mental health problems of... children?
But the problem doesn't end there. If the New Freedom Initiative succeeds, TMAP's standards will create a reality for Americans as horrifying as any future imagined in a dystopian novel. President Bush's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health proposes to start its screening process in the nation's schools.
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Yeah, I do believe it raises issues of guilt and shame and may be make it worse. interesting stuff there writer.