Very interesting. But how many millions are taking those drugs now?
See visualops reply #13. There are some very good points.
IMO by now more attention should have been focused on those very few likely (showing signs) to commit these horrors.
I say again that IMO the ruling class New Normal some of whom I named do not want to fix the problem until all the guns are gone from the hands of the citizens.
The numbers of people in the USA on antidepressants will astound you. Medication is prescribed for all sorts of things that are simply part of life that people no longer want to deal with as adults. Life should be relatively easy, we should not be disappointed, or have to settle for less than ideal, we shouldn’t stay married to people who aren’t the perfect spouse, we shouldn’t tan the hide of a misbehaving child, etc etc etc.
I have read more than I cared to and learned more than I wanted to know about drug companies (and doctors) not wanting to reveal that drugs stop working after a while, that many antidepressants you can’t stop taking because they’ve fubared your brain (google antidepressant withdrawal syndrome), and on and on.