Does Big Pharma Share Any Blame In Plague Of Mass Shootings?

Does Big Pharma Share Any Blame In Plague Of Mass Shootings? by Madame Defarge for The Blue State Conservative

The pharmaceutical destruction of our society has arrived and should be recognized. Thirty-seven of the recent mass shooters across the country were taking an anti-depressant at the time of the incidents.

The ’50s were a watershed in our country in many ways.

The optimism in our country was bubbling.  The US was recognized as the world leader in science and technology.  We could eliminate polio, measles, and smallpox with an actual vaccine.  Malaria and other tropical diseases were being treated successfully with ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.  Lifespans in the world were increasing as well due to our research for greater crop yields.  Drugs could do anything!

Women in the US had made great financial strides during and after World War 2 with many rising from poverty into the middle class.  Working in a field or factory and rearing children in a home with no running water or electricity required much energy and dedication.  This left no time for depression or other petty problems as real depression comes from an empty dinner plate and being cold all night.  A major change was occurring as new horizons were opening for women in society.

At home, this prosperity created problems with many women’s mental health. Free time and a full stomach lead to introspection and introspection can lead to depression or other issues. At least 56% of women that identify as liberal today admit they are under psychiatric care.  There were attempts to control hormonal emotional reactions in women during pregnancy in the 50s with thalidomide but had horrible results. This failure did not inhibit experiments to address these problems.  Then Midol hit the market with a bang in time to complement the new birth control pill.  Pharma was on the verge of a huge profit wave.

The other new situation was the closing of the state mental health hospitals that began in the early 70s.  What were we to do with the current and future inmates?  Pharma again stepped into the fore with a new plan.  We will drug them to make them amenable to our society.  Hail valium! Unfortunately, no one was able to anticipate or research what if any, the long-term genetic damage could be.  These new drugs were hailed as a cure for emotional instability but adverse reactions were kept under the radar because few people wanted to admit that they needed drugs to cope with life.  Today a majority take these drugs with no societal inhibitions.

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