As we recover from another tragedy, another shooting, let me ask you to think about this.
When these shootings happen, the solution most talked about is getting rid of guns, control of guns etc.
But is there another cause of these people going out of their minds and shooting up schools, theaters, malls…
Personally I think so.
Please take the time to read the following article by Dr Tim O’Shea. It just may open your eyes to the real problem…
WHY THE SHOOTINGS? IT’S NOT GUNS.
GUNS PERSONALIZE – DRUGS DEPERSONALIZE
As media has been predictably instructing us how to respond, and exactly what we should feel regarding the inconceivable tragedy, de-sensitization is setting in. It’s inescapable. That coping mechanism is selected into human DNA, a gift of evolution.
De-sensitization is how we deal with bad news – take it in, process it, file it away. The worse the horror, the faster the processing. The unthinkable cannot be thought of for long. The big game’s coming on, and The Hobbit just came out, and it’s Christmas …
If you gauge your life by media, like most people, this story’s kick is already fading away – taking its place on the endless list of tragedies we shove to that dark corner in the back of our minds so we can get on with our daily existence.
Another month or so and it will be over. But what have we missed?
Organized media was on it from the start, did you see that – what’s our angle here? The google and FB ads on the right hand column sold out fast – nothing sells like blood in the streets. WR Hearst 101. And what’s the spin to be? Taking the cue from their loudest constituents, the interests that must be served first, the PR firms worked overtime to be proactive to shield the guilty. Immediately.
The Potomac think tanks had this one hammered out by the next day. What is to be our target for retribution, whom will we blame, we the Protectors of the people? How can our agenda best be furthered by this event? Keep it simple now – no abstractions. What did all the shooters have in common? Quick, now – don’t think about it. What was it? Right – guns! So that’s going to be the focus of our collective outrage and retaliation – gun laws. Perfect – people can understand something like that – the shooters all fired guns.
So then, let the debates begin – the party lines be drawn, the intellectuals, the NRA, the defenders of the Constitution, the automatic vs. conventional weapons smokescreen, who should be armed at school, who should be armed at home, and with what… Bring in Time and Newsweek and the New York Times, prep the TV newsreaders, and the unlettered lower element ‘commentators’ on the national programs, fire up the blogs … let’s hear from everybody.
Everybody, that is, except for one – one voice must be silent. To one voice we will give no air time, no column inches, – we don’t want to hear from this voice at all.
And who might that be?
It’s the voice saying these new events aren’t fundamentally about guns. Americans have had tons of guns, since the time of Columbus, the Pilgrims, the patriots, today’s brave hunters in their designer togs from Outdoor World – everyone’s always been armed to the teeth in this country. So that’s not new at all.
What else is there? What is it that has changed? Well, the One Voice is looking at another common thread in this cohort of sick monsters, besides guns. So let’s look at the shooter list and do our homework and make a chart and do some cross checking and really try to find the other common denominator in the majority of the incidents.
The first remarkable thing we see by comparing the historical lists of shooters is that they’re all different! Every list is different – check it out! Looks as though this recent phenomenon of the lone madman running amuck with automatic weapons in public is much more frequent than we are led to believe. It’s not like a dozen incidents in the last 20 years – looks like it’s closer to 100.
For example how many people even know about the Oregon mall shooting 3 days before Newtown? Just a footnote now – only 2 murdered. So the first fact that’s being largely overlooked is how common this type of maniacal behavior really is.
We haven’t seen one recent piece in any medium where they’re claiming to have a comprehensive list of recent shooting incidents.
There have been so many in recent years that if there are just a few victims, it’s hardly even front page news any more. And the lists are all different – some don’t count them unless there’s at least 3 or 4 dead, or some other variable. So the lists are much shorter than how many wacko shooters actually are out there killing people they don’t know.
THE OTHER COMMON DENOMINATOR
So step back, don’t try to prove anything, just look at the data, forget what your editor is expecting – what is the pattern here? Go wherever the data may lead, de-focus, find the hidden link … That old time investigative journalism spirit from days gone by…
Wait a minute – can it be? A history of prescription drug use? The psychoactive brand – what about that for a hypothesis? Let’s tale a look.
Verboten in mainstream to mention drugs, but the independent media are lining up very solidly behind this idea – the sources whose editors don’t have the boot of the drug cartels at their throats – the writers who are not told what to conclude before they even begin their research. Still an upstream swim though, since orthodox news has already defused that suggestion, primarily by blacking it out.
THE PSYCH DRUG HYPOTHESIS
This new social phenomenon – mass shootings – is now well established in American culture. Hearing the beginning of the newest murder story, we now have learned to have certain expectations, right off the bat.
So, if the number of guns hasn’t changed much, what other drastic new trend have we seen in this same time frame that might suddenly cause an entire demographic to start a wave of formulaic yet random killings, with suicide a frequent adjunct?
Only one event even comes close to checking all the boxes here: psychotropic drug use. All the SSRI inhibitors, all the methylphenidate derivatives, the whole pharmacopeia of children’s ‘behavior’ drugs have antisocial, violent and suicidal behaviors as clearly stated possible ‘side effects.’ This is not in dispute. Check your PDR.
“A psychotropic drug is a chemical substance that crosses the blood-brain barrier and acts primarily on the central nervous system by affecting brain function.” 
Rather than reading today’s regurgitated FB or Wiki swill to learn about the extent and dangers of psych drugs, an actual resource would be Robert Whitaker’s comprehensive book: Anatomy of an Epidemic.  It is a masterful review of the literature.
So before we look at a few of the popular shooter lists, let’s just view some real statistics on psych drugs in recent years, to consider a possible connection with this novel murderous artform.
FACTS YOU WON’T SEE IN STANDARD MEDIA:
By 2009, 300 million prescriptions per year for psych drugs in the US. 
In 1987, before Prozac, one American in 184 had some mental illness disability.
In 2010, 4 million Americans are on permanent disability for psych disorders 
Today one American in 5 has a prescription for a psych drug. (Whitaker) 
In 2005, it was 1 in 10. 
1987: 1 in 250 children taking an antidepressant.
Today: 1 in 23 children taking an antidepressant 
In 1987 ADHD was invented. BY 1991, already 1 million diagnosed.
By 2010, children diagnosed with “ADD/ADHD” on meds: 6 million [1, 2]
ADHD is now officially recognized as a lifelong disorder. 
After 20 years of prescribing antidepressants to children, today 1 in 15 Americans enters adulthood with a serious mental illness.  p221
By 2010, we spent over $25 billion a year on antipsychotics, antidepressants, and Ritalin clones.
Today over a million kids are bipolar. Psych drugs are the biggest cause. 
84% of children diagnosed bipolar have a history of psych drug use.
No evidence whatsoever that psych drugs fix ‘chemical imbalance’ — more evidence that the drugs cause them. That has always been a marketing term rather than a scientific one. Doctors who use this term are unfamiliar with their own history. – Whitaker p 76 
A common side effect of all psych drugs: depersonalization  Perhaps the single most common factor with the shooters. They don’t see the victims – or themselves -as people.]
For 82% of antidepressants, JAMA says placebos work just as well 
In children, antidepressants cause tendencies toward violence and suicide, as well as a host of other psych disorders.
Best studies: 11% – 62% of children prescribed antidepressants develop psychosis, like bipolar and ADHD. Whitaker  p 214 First the drugs, then the disorder.
In the military, the use of psychiatric medications had increased 76 percent from 2001 – 2009
At least one in six service members is on some form of psychiatric drug. 
Today psych drugs are a $40 billion per year business  p290
With these statistics as background, let’s take a look at a few of the many, many lists turning up everywhere. They’re all different, with different criteria, different findings. All that’s certain is that the total number of psychotic shooting rampages has been vastly under-reported.
Protection of the drug industry is evidenced by the refusal by any government agency to investigate a link between drug use and the shootings. They are ignoring the very clear warnings both from the manufacturers and from every international regulatory body that these behavior drugs can cause violent and suicidal personality changes.
1. Mother Jones list: A Guide to Mass Shootings in America 
62 murders since 1982. But if it’s 3 or less murders per shooting, it doesn’t count.
2. CCHR List: School Shooters Under the Influence of Psychiatric Drugs 
Documents evidence of 109 wounded, 58 killed from recent shootings involving psychotropic drugs. 11,000 reports to FDA of violence resulting from these drugs between 2004 -2011, representing less than 10% of actual incidents. 300 homicides.
This article has a list of 13 shootings between 1998 and 2008, all at schools, all shooters on behavior drugs.
This article specifically shows the role of 2 SSRI drugs – Zoloft and Luvor – in the Columbine shootings of 2000.
Ann Tracy, author of Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? recounts the effects of these 2 drugs according to the manufacturer: violence, aggression, suicide, homicide, etc. 
The Real Lesson of Columbine presents a long list of 13 shooters and the drugs they were taking, despite the standard practice of sealing the medical records in these cases.
Why would medical records be sealed? The victims and the shooters don’t need to be protected. Who is it that needs the protection?
Simple: the drug companies.
Even such a source as shallow as the pop movie Bowling for Columbine points out how the cover-story explanation ultimately given for that shooting never made sense, and that there was no real investigation why it happened at all. And why the media blackout in the direction of behavior drugs?
This is the same whitewash and misdirection seen across the board in all the shootings. Talk about horror, talk about blood, talk about guns, talk about God’s will, just don’t mention drugs.
Ever wonder why so many of the shootings took place at schools? In list 3 above all were at schools. And all were on psych drugs.
How about this hypothesis:
The manufacturers admit that these drugs steal the user’s humanity. Depersonalization. In the case of the child, it is his childhood that has been stolen. In the case of ADD, parents often talk about the child ‘disappearing’ after a few weeks of drugs. Part of the dehumanizing effect is the loss of the ability to empathize – the user can do longer imagine another’s pain or humanity. Witnesses often describe the shooters as cold, detached, emotionless – shooting people carries no more emotional burden than shooting squirrels in a field.
With this same loss of personal value towards themselves, suicide is not such a burden, not a big stretch at all.
That’s just a few of the lists, but the pattern is very clear. Of course they all had guns – that’s why they were shootings. But then what? What other factor, new on the scene in the last few years, can be found in almost every case?
Except of course, the ones where they SEALED THE MEDICAL RECORDS.
1. DEFENSE HEALTH BOARD–PSYCHOTROPIC MEDICATION WORK GROUP
2. Facts and Statistics — Children and Adults Against Drugging America
3. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) 2010 Military Times
4. Herman, S Psychiatric drugs: a booming business
6. Wang, S Psychiatric Drug Use Spreads
7. Lipinski, J Review and Interview with Robert Whitaker
Apr 2010 Salon
8. Jay, C Antidepressant Drug Effects and Depression Severity
JAMA 2010 January 6, 2010
9. Follman M A Guide to Mass Shootings in America
10. School Shooters Under the Influence of Psychiatric Drugs
11. The Real Lesson of Columbine
12. Tracy, A Prozac: Panacea or Pandora? 2011.
Obviously people in their right mind don’t do heinous acts of violence so the question is what is affecting their minds? The real solution to this problem is to get people off drugs as much as possible, plain and simple. All healing comes from inside out. Treating symptoms with drugs will never fix the problem.
See you at your next adjustment,