Just how much protection does the FDA provide us?

All of you are asking, “Just how much protection does the FDA provide us?” Well let’s do a little deep dive to answer that question.
THE SORDID HISTORY: The mother drug for this group of SSRI Antidepressants, Prozac (touted to target serotonin selectively), hit the market the end of 1987. That was after Dr. John Virapen bribed the approval of the drug in Sweden at the request of Eli Lilly knowing that if Sweden, with a reputation for strict drug approval guidelines, approved Prozac then other countries would approve it as well without looking at the drug as closely as they might have. (See ref #1 below for his full confession) And that would pave the way for the approval of all the future serotonergic antidepressants Pharma had in the pipeline.
Add to that the change in FDA policy by the drug peddling monster, President GHW Bush, past head of both Eli Lilly & the CIA & a notorious Pharma lobbyist who had to be threatened to get him to stop lobbying for Pharma while serving as Vice President. Bush’s change was to allow FDA approval for drugs tested only 5 – 6 weeks!
That FDA approval came in spite of the fact that Eli Lilly’s leading scientist, Leigh Thompson, had the scientists under him come to him with concerns that Prozac was actually CAUSING sucide. He responded in a memo that Lilly could “not afford to lose Prozac” and he instructed them to instead tell concerned physicians & loved ones of the dead that the suicides were caused by their “underlying depression”. (Yes, he put that in writing! That memo was found by our attorneys in discovery & used to prove wrongful death cases! And 100s of cases were settled.)
Now in December of this year the supposed “serotonin selective antidepressants” will have been out 35 years!!!! But you are about to see just how ABSOLUTELY AMAZING that is as you see the interview below on a class action suit just filed against an over the counter antacid drug out for 40 years whose makers knew it caused cancer & marketed it anyway! Then when you see a very similar drug to the SSRIs was pulled after only being out 7 years you be even more amazed these drugs are still on the market. When that drug, now illegal, but closer in action to the SSRIs than any other drug, was pulled from the market only 7 years after its approval! That is the same drug some on antidepressants actually test out as being on it instead of an “antidepressant”. That is also the drug all law
enforcement officers hope they never have the misfortune of running into someone who is under the influence of that drug. But with that drug it was law enforcement & judges that pushed for the drug to be pulled from the market due to the incredible violence it was causing in society. The AMA had little to no concern. Does that sound familiar as your doctors turn a blind eye to all of your reactions? The drug I am talking about is phencycledine, PCP, also known as “Angel Dust” & introduced as a dissociative anesthetic. It is the mother drug of Spravato (Ketamine).
A dissociative anesthetic puts you under anesthesia but allows for movement by the patient during that anesthetic state. In 1991 during my very first testimony on Prozac before the FDA Advisory Committee (See video of testimony in ref #2 below) I shared the brain wave patterns from my book, Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? Our Serotonin Nightmare! Those were brain waves of a 31 year old patient suffering memory loss, depression & fatigue after being on Prozac for six months.
Those brain waves (See brain waves in ref #3 below) demonstrated the patient was in an anesthetic sleep state & dreaming while talking to those who were taking those brain waves. The brain waves basically indicated “NO ONE WAS HOME!” That is no one in a conscious state anyway. Those FDA panel members had to know the minute they saw those brain waves what they were looking at was a dissociative anesthetic state! But as it turned out what was clouding their judgement that day was that they all had vested interests in the drug maker, with one panel member alone, Washington State’s Dr. David Dunner, involved in a $32 Million deal with the drug maker, Eli Lilly, at the time!
NOW FOR THE DEEP DIVE WE JUMP TO TODAY’S NEWS…
A class action lawsuit against the over the counter anti-acid drug Zantac out for 40 years. The lawsuit is over the fact the drug maker concealed for 40 years the fact they knew Zantac could cause cancer but they never warned! Sounding familiar?
Attorney Brent Wisner Tells RFK, Jr.: Drugmakers Knew Zantac Caused Cancer But Sold It Anyway for 40 Years
In an interview on ‘RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast,’ award-winning attorney Brent Wisner talked with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. about litigation to hold Zantac manufacturers accountable.
By Susan C. Olmstead
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The once widely used heartburn drug Zantac was the topic of a recent episode of the “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast.”
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., chairman and chief legal counsel of Children’s Health Defense, interviewed Brent Wisner, an award-winning mass tort litigator with Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman, who is representing plaintiffs who allegedly developed cancer after taking Zantac. The plaintiffs are suing the pharmaceutical companies that sold the drug.
Kennedy and Wisner are colleagues. They worked together during the landmark lawsuit Dewayne Johnson v. Monsanto Company, the first Roundup cancer lawsuit to proceed to trial. The jury awarded groundskeeper Johnson $289.2 million.
“Brent Wisner arguably is the best lawyer in the country,” said Kennedy. “He’s won every award that you can possibly win for litigation. He is a versatile lawyer and he’s an extraordinary performer. He has a chemical link to jurors like I’ve never seen before.”
Wisner is now working to hold accountable the makers of Zantac for allegedly concealing knowledge of a cancer-causing ingredient in the drug.
Zantac, an over-the-counter medication, was withdrawn from the market in 2020 when it was determined that it contained the human carcinogen NDMA -(nitrosodimethylamine).
Now, pharmaceutical companies GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi, Pfizer and Boehringer Ingelheim are facing class-action lawsuits from people who developed cancer after taking the drug.
Wisner claims that the product was sold for decades with the knowledge that NDMA caused harm. He said, “We’re talking 40 years they sold this product and they knew it. And we have the documents.…I mean, we have documents where they straight up say, ‘this stuff causes this cancer.’”
Wisner explained:
“NDMA is a very, very potent human carcinogen discovered in the thirties, in the development of rocket fuel. And it literally has no purpose in our world, except for the fact that it causes cancer. It’s actually used in laboratory experiments to induce cancer in animals.
“It’s probably something that has caused an innumerable number of people’s cancers, because it was such a widely used product.”
The cancers that MDNA are more likely to cause include those of the bladder, liver and stomach, as well as colorectal cancer, prostate cancer and breast cancer, said Wisner.
“It’s a complex scientific inquiry, but we think that we have the science to really push those cancers forward,” he said. “And we’re litigating them actively right now in our proceeding in California, which is exciting.”
Kennedy pointed out that people can still become plaintiffs in the class-action lawsuit.
“If people who are listening to this podcast — or people who are friends or family of those who are listening to this podcast — have any of those kind of cancers and can show that they took Zantac for a period of time, they have an opportunity to … become part of this litigation,” he said.
Wisner is confident the litigation will be successful, although he warned it will take some time.
“These things take many years and involve many, many thousands and thousands of people,” he said. “But, you know, we have a good track record of taking care of our clients like we did in the Roundup litigation. And we’re planning to do the same here.”
A California state court judge has scheduled the first Zantac trial to take place on Oct. 10.
Watch the podcast here:
References:
#1 “I indirectly contributed to the death of people, whose shadows now haunt me.”
Dr.John Virapen
The Man Who BOUGHT Prozac’s Approval
#3 Brain Waves:

Corey Baadsgaard – FDA Testimony

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Corey Baadsgaard is, instead, in the county jail, writing letters of apology to classmates he has known since kindergarten – the same ones he forced into a classroom corner using a loaded big-game hunting rifle and swear words many had never heard him use before…..

….And school officials have since discovered that in the days before he brought the gun to school, he was having trouble adjusting to a new anti-depressant medication.

 

 

ANTIDEPRESSANT: Mother of Columbine killer tells of horror 10 yrs after massacre

Michael Moore obtained a copy of Ann Blake-Tracy’s book at the premiere of his movie Bowling for Columbine. Now listen to his bold statement about what really did cause Columbine.


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Mark Taylors Site.
NOTE FROM Ann Blake-Tracy: Michael Moore, after reviewing all
the data on Columbine in making his movie, Bowling for Columbine, made his
message clear in the new movie The Drugging of Our Children about what he NOW
believes caused Columbine. Click on his picture to view his video
statement at www.drugawareness.org

In all of these articles out yesterday in the news covering the story by
Dylan’s mother there is STILL no mention of any medication use on Dylan’s part.
Yet we have a friend of Dylan’s who came forward claiming to have been helping
him withdraw from both Zoloft and Paxil.
But the coroner claims they found nothing in his system (I could go into
why that report is suspect but will save that for another time).
IF there really was nothing in his system, was Dylan in withdrawal from his
SSRIs at that point? We know that withdrawal can produce that same extreme out
of character violence since the REM Sleep Behavior Disorder (RBD) is more
prevalent in the withdrawal from these drugs than while on them. And yet of
those being diagnosed with RBD a staggering 86% were taking an antidepressant!
(To learn more about RBD read my FDA testimony on comedian Phil Hartman and is
wife’s Zoloft-induced murder/suicide – a classic case of RBD also found posted
at www.drugawareness.org.)
And if Dylan had been taking antidepressants were they prescribed to
Dylan? If not, where was he getting them? (Let us point out that anyone can
obtain these drugs easily. They have been sold in the streets since the early
90’s to be used recreationally and samples can be found ANYWHERE. Someone just
let me know that they found a bottle of Effexor in a shoe at a second
hand store!) Was a friend sharing their prescription? It happens regularly
from reports I get from kids. Were either of his parents taking one that he was
using for himself?
Years ago I was called in on a case of a 19 year old who was staying with a
married couple where the wife had been prescribed Zoloft and did not like how it
made her feel. She stopped taking it and placed in on top of the fridge. So when
the young man started feeling a little down he remembered the pills were for
depression and were suppose to help you feel better. So he took a couple, waited
a couple of hours and took more because he still was not feeling any better.
Then again took more a little later expecting to feel better right away. After

about five pills he recalls nothing about stabbing a man over 100 times with a
screwdriver.

Mother
of Columbine killer tells of horror 10 years after massacre

•Susan Klebold says she is haunted by school killings
•’I cannot look at a child without thinking about it’

Columbine High School student Dylan Klebold

Dylan
Klebold pictured in the 1999 Columbine High School yearbook. Photograph:
Reuters/© Ho New

The
mother of one of the two teenagers who murdered a dozen fellow students and a
teacher in the massacre at Columbine high school has broken a decade of

silence to say that she is unable to look at another child without thinking
about the horror and suffering her son caused.

Susan
Klebold, whose son Dylan and another youth, Eric Harris, hunted down pupils at
the Colorado school with shotguns, a semi-automatic pistol and a rifle before
killing themselves, has described her trauma over her son’s actions.

“For
the rest of my life, I will be haunted by the horror and anguish Dylan caused,”
she wrote in O, The Oprah Magazine. “I cannot look at a child in a grocery
store or on the street without thinking about how my son’s schoolmates spent the
last moments of their lives. Dylan changed everything I believed about myself,
about God, about family and about love.”

Neither
the Klebold nor Harris families has spoken about the massacre, in which 21
students were also wounded.

Klebold
recounts how the last word she heard from her son was a gruff goodbye as he
rushed out of the door early on the morning of the killings in April 1999.

“I
was getting dressed for work when I heard Dylan bound down the stairs and open
the front door … I poked my head out of the bedroom. ‘Dyl?’ All he said was
‘Bye.’ … His voice had sounded sharp. I figured he was mad because he’d had
to get up early to give someone a lift to class. I had no idea that I had just
heard his voice for the last time,” she said.

Dylan
Klebold was headed to make a final video with Harris to say goodbye and
apologise to their families before they drove to the school to plant bombs,
which failed to detonate, and to carry through their plan to kill their fellow
students.

After
the killings, the authorities said there were indications that the two youths
were disturbed and hints of the looming catastrophe. Harris’s blog included
instructions on how to make explosives and, later, angry denunciations of
society that attracted the attention of the police after Harris posted a death
threat against another student. Closer to the massacre, Harris listed his
stockpile of weapons and posted a hit list. Klebold was less overt but with
Harris made secret videos of their weapons and wrote in his diary of a desire to
plan an attack that would match the bombing in Oklahoma City by rightwing
militiamen that killed 168 people.

Klebold
writes that she had no idea that Dylan was contemplating killing himself or
anyone else. “From the writings Dylan left behind, criminal psychologists have
concluded that he was depressed and suicidal. I’d had no inkling of the battle
Dylan was waging in his mind,” she wrote.

“Dylan’s
participation in the massacre was impossible for me to accept until I began to
connect it to his own death. Once I saw his journals, it was clear to me that
Dylan entered the school with the intention of dying there. In order to
understand what he might have been thinking, I started to learn all I could
about suicide.”

Five
years after the killings, the FBI said they believe that Harris was a clinical
psychopath who masterminded the plan and Klebold depressive.

The
massacre continues to generate debate about the motives of the two youths and
whether anything could have been done to stop them. The magazine said that Susan
Klebold was not paid for the article and will not be making an appearance on
Oprah Winfrey’s television
show.