Psychiatry’s Drugs Under The Gun; Dangerous Drugs Given For Bogus ‘Illnesses’

Vancouver (PRWEB) October 3, 2005

The psychiatric amphetamine type drug Adderall which was banned from the Canadian market in February 2005 and then allowed back on the market in August, is now to be reviewed again according to a spokesperson for Health Canada.

Adderall was originally banned six months ago because of a string of 20 sudden deaths of children and adults on the medication, as well as some strokes. But because of an unprecedented decision, it was put back on the Canadian market and allowed to be unleashed on young children again.

According to Health Canada, Strattera, another of psychiatry’s drugs given to young children will have new warning labels cautioning that the drug may cause suicidal thoughts.

One prevailing psychiatric theory (key to psychotropic drug and amphetamine type drug sales) is that mental disorders result from a chemical imbalance in the brain. As with this and psychiatry’s other theories, there is no biological or other evidence to prove them. Representative of a large group of medical and biochemistry experts, Elliot Valenstein, Ph.D., author of Blaming the Brain says: “There are no tests available for assessing the chemical status of a living person’s brain.”

Brian Beaumont, President of the Vancouver chapter of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights stated, “The fact is, there is nothing in any medical or scientific literature that confirms the existence of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). It was invented by a handful of psychiatrists by a show of hands at an American Psychiatric Association meeting in the 80’s. Thus, psychiatrists are labeling and drugging a non-existent malady which is an indictable offence, fraud and child abuse.”.

Other drugs, which are prescribed by psychiatrists to children said to be suffering from one of their trumped- up disorders, to be reviewed by Health Canada, are Concerta, Dexadrine, Ritalin and Attenade.

“For a disease to exist there must be a tangible, objective physical abnormality that can be determined by a test,’ says neurologist Dr. Fred Baughman. Such as, but not limited to, a blood or urine test, X-Ray, brain scan or biopsy. All reputable doctors would agree: No physical abnormality, no disease. In psychiatry, no test or brain scan exists to prove that a ‘mental disorder’ is a physical disease.”

“Psychiatrists make normal childhood behavior over into some kind of nebulous “mental problem” and then subsequently drug the made up illnesses for profit – the drug which was concocted by a drug company, psychiatry’s natural ally. Although drug companies are guilty of the most horrific crimes in this scenario, the psychiatrists are the real despicable culprits who are perpetrating this giant hoax on society thereby ruining countless children’s lives and denying them a chance at a good drug free future”, said Beaumont.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) was established by the Church of Scientology in 1969. In 1991 CCHR blew the whistle on the suicidal and violent effects of the first of the SSRI antidepressants. In light of the latest studies and banning of psychiatry’s drugs and the volume of evidence about the dangers of these drugs, prescribing psychiatrists and any company or psychiatric association promoting the safety of these drugs should be held accountable for patient suicides and deaths.

For information on Psychiatry or to report a psychiatric abuse people can call the CCHR hotline at 1-800-670-2247.


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