anti depressants can cause suicidal thoughts


Is the psychiatric drug industry brainwashing our culture for profit? Are they knowingly misinforming people and minimizing known side effects, interaction and possible brain damage to keep people taking drugs?

“I started to recognize that these patients were literally being tortured by the drugs.” says Olsen

This is an extremely lucrative industry because diagnosing someone with a mental illness requires no scientific testing whatsoever. It is literally decided by Psychiatrists, PA’s, Nurse Practitioners or some other medical practitioner going through a list of symptoms in a book and matching up people’s symptoms to those under that diagnosis in the book.

“In the last 10 years the use of antipsychotic drugs on young children and teenagers has increased more than 500%”

I am not claiming that mental illness does not exist. Nor am I claiming that there are no helpful medical treatments. I am simply claiming legitimate illnesses and treatments are, by far, the minority. Medications are handed out like Skittles and often have long term damaging effects on the brain, nervous system and other organs.

“We were being trained to misinform people” says former pharmaceutical sales rep. I was being encouraged to minimize side effects when I talked to doctors.”


If this is an interesting topic to you, you should read “Confessions of an RX Drug Pusher” by Gwen Olsen


IRS faces class action lawsuit over theft of 60 million medical records

California HIPAA-covered entity sues big time

SAN DIEGO | March 15, 2013

In January 2013, IRS will officially be put in control of your medical care and will have access to all of your records. This is not only unsettling, it is dangerous. The IRS has never been more than a money gathering, government spy agency, used to keep tabs on the civilian population as shown in this recent news article:

The Internal Revenue Service is now facing a class action lawsuit over allegations that it improperly accessed and stole the health records of some 10 million Americans, including medical records of all California state judges.

According to a report by Courthousenews.com, an unnamed HIPAA-covered entity in California is suing the IRS, alleging that some 60 million medical records from 10 million patients were stolen by 15 IRS agents. The personal health information seized on March 11, 2011, included psychological counseling, gynecological counseling, sexual/drug treatment and other medical treatment data.

“This is an action involving the corruption and abuse of power by several Internal Revenue Service agents,” the complaint reads. “No search warrant authorized the seizure of these records; no subpoena authorized the seizure of these records; none of the 10,000,000 Americans were under any kind of known criminal or civil investigation and their medical records had no relevance whatsoever to the IRS search. IT personnel at the scene, a HIPPA facility warning on the building and the IT portion of the searched premises, and the company executives each warned the IRS agents of these privileged records,” it continued.

According to the case, the IRS agents had a search warrant for financial data pertaining to a former employee of the John Doe company, however, “it did not authorize any seizure of any healthcare or medical record of any persons, least of all third parties completely unrelated to the matter,” the complaint read.

The class action lawsuit against the IRS seeks $25,000 in compensatory damages “per violation per individual” in addition to punitive damages for constitutional violations.  Thus, compensatory damages could start at a minimum of $250 billion.



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