The Drugging Of Our Children

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Tue, 12/18/2012 - 11:31pm.

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Despite the dangers, many school systems actually work with government agencies to force parents to drug their children, threatening those who refuse with the prospect of having their children taken from the home unless they cooperate. ~ Gary Null, Ph D - Full length Documentary

The first boy interviewed says he woke up on a school day and didn’t feel very well, so he decided to sleep in until 3rd period and then go to school.

Next thing he knew he was being held in a juvenile detention center because he had brought a gun to school and held the class hostage, while halucinating on Paxil. It also addresses the junk food component.

In the absence of any objective medical tests to determine who has ADD or ADHD, doctors rely in part on standardized assessments and the impressions of teachers and guardians while the they administer leave little room for other causes or aggravating factors, such as diet, or environment.

Hence, diagnosing a child or adolescent with ADD or ADHD is often the outcome, although no organic basis for either disease has yet to be clinically proven.

Psychiatrists may then prescribe psychotropic drugs for the children without first without making it clear to parents that these medications can have severe side-effects including insomnia, loss of appetite, headaches, psychotic symptoms and even potentially fatal adverse reactions, such as cardiac arrhythmia.

Yet, despite these dangers, many school systems actually work with government agencies to force parents to drug their children, threatening those who refuse with the prospect of having their children taken from the home unless they cooperate.

 

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NESARA - December 17, 2012 - posted at BeforeIt'sNews

 

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Tue, 12/18/2012 - 11:31pm.

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