As I have reported from early on Obamacare was created for Pharma and coming straight from Michelle Obama’s mouth the following statement should make that very clear.
While reading keep in mind that this was the couple who were the ones to push the Mother’s Act to forcibly medicate pregnant women – a practice I fear may prove to create a nightmare FAR greater than anything we have seen to date from the widespread use of antidepressants. Keep in mind that the Mother’s Act was started because of a young mother, Melanie Stokes, married to a doctor, who committed suicide not long after birth. Of course she was on antidepressants among other serotonergic medications, but why worry about that little detail when you can use her death to say more pregnant women need to be medicated with the same drugs she was taking when she committed suicide?
Melanie Stokes and the Mother’s Act
See Melanie Stokes story here where Amy James has created a video for her:
From the article we read the propaganda with my comments to translate the article for you: “In fact, roughly one in five adults – more than 40 million Americans – suffer from a diagnosable mental health condition like depression or anxiety. These conditions affect people of every age and every background: our kids and grandparents, our friends and neighbors. [Always makes me think of the song from Westside Story: “Officer Krupke, you’re really a square; This boy don’t need a judge, he needs an analyst’s care! It’s just his neurosis that oughta be curbed. He’s psychologicly disturbed! I’m disturbed! We’re disturbed, we’re disturbed, We’re the most disturbed, Like we’re psychologicly disturbed. ” If we believe we are all sick then they can make billions off of drugging us all! And the minute we take their drugs we will be sick if we did not have mental issues before!]
“Sadly, too often, the stigma around mental health prevents people who need help [in the form of drugs of course] from seeking it. But that simply doesn’t make any sense. Whether an illness affects your heart, your arm or your brain, it’s still an illness, and there shouldn’t be any distinction. We would never tell someone with a broken leg that they should stop wallowing and get it together. We don’t consider taking medication for an ear infection something to be ashamed of. We shouldn’t treat mental health conditions any differently. Instead, we should make it clear that getting help [keep in mind that “help” always comes in the form of drugs, no alternatives are offered] isn’t a sign of weakness – it’s a sign of strength – and we should ensure that people can get the treatment [keep in mind that “treatment” is also always translated as drug treatment] they need.
“That’s why the Affordable Care Act expanded mental health and substance use disorder benefits and parity protections for more than 60 million Americans and required new plans to cover depression screenings for adults and behavioral assessments for kids [These so called depression screenings are exactly how drug makers have recruited new patients for their drugs since the creation of these screenings which have been extensively in campus health centers to hook the vulnerable college kids as they leave home for the first time on their own].
“That’s also why my husband put more mental health counselors in place for veterans and signed a bill to help prevent veteran suicide.” [So we now have the funding of more drug pushers among our military personnel to peddle more of the meds they have lied to us about forever so that, even though we have warnings on them indicating a doubling of suicide in this age group, we will believe this is actually going to prevent suicide among vets!]
If you can stomach reading the rest the original article link is here:
Ann Blake Tracy, Executive Director,
International Coalition for Drug Awareness
drugawareness.org & ssristories.NET
Author: ”Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? – Our Serotonin Nightmare – The Complete Truth of the Full Impact of Antidepressants Upon Us & Our World” & Withdrawal CD “Help! I Can’t Get Off My Antidepressant!”
WITHDRAWAL WARNING: In sharing this information about adverse reactions to antidepressants I always recommend that you also give reference to my CD on safe withdrawal, Help! I Can’t Get Off My Antidepressant!, so that we do not have more people dropping off these drugs too quickly – a move which I have warned from the beginning can be even more dangerous than staying on the drugs!
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