To be very clear, from the start, I’m not saying this is a definitive reason, or cause, for the massive influx of school shootings, and there have been 22 as of this posting in 2018, but I do want to emphasize that NO ONE is asking why there is a phenomenal increase in this crazy behavior? We have always had guns, always had schools, always had the right to bear arms, but only in recent years have we had such a crazy wild number of shootings in schools. Something just doesn’t add up. Obviously, the next question just has to be why?
True to form, the left never wastes a good crisis. They immediately jumped on the band wagon with gun control messaging and dominated the narrative with it. But why aren’t thinking people pushing back with questions about the obvious lack of information that follows each incident? Here’s some interesting info, the mainstream, leftist media isn’t sharing with you, probably because it doesn’t fit their anti-gun agenda.
In February, The New American brought up this important question.
While mass killers generally have guns in their hands, another commonality is that they often have psychiatric drugs in their blood. The difference, though, is that it isn’t guns that have the side effect of “homicidal ideation.”
As a case in point, the Parkland, Florida, shooter (I won’t use his name and help provide the fame he craved), who murdered 17 on Valentine’s Day, was on medication for emotional issues, his aunt related. This is now a familiar story, too. As WND.com’s David Kupelian put it Thursday, the following is par for the course: As information about a “perpetrator emerges, a relative confides to a newspaper that the ‘troubled youth’ who committed the mass murder was on psychiatric medications — you know, those powerful, little understood, mind-altering drugs with fearsome side effects including ‘suicidal ideation’ and even ‘homicidal ideation.’”
Global Research did a great job of putting these questions and possible answers together.
“The financial interests of the psychiatric industry is to feed this drug industry,” said Jonathan Emordin a short documentary video.“
And the drug industry’s financial interest is to come up with the agents to feed the psychiatric industry.
“The psychiatric industry, then, is endlessly engaged in identifying new disorders,” he continued, “which can then be treated with psychiatric drugs. Now psychiatric drugs are the primary drugs that are consumed in America.”
… The attorney notes that psych drugs are known to produce dangerous side effects that include thoughts of and/or tendencies towards suicide and, importantly, violence. As such, “shouldn’t we expect aberrant behavior to be cropping up all over the nation?” Emord said.
Please watch this video. It really brings some interesting questions to the conversation.
“Shouldn’t we expect abhorrent behavior to crop up across the nation?”
The attorney added that it’s shocking there isn’t more outrage over the use of drugs even the FDA has admitted can cause dangerous side effects and the high number of school shooters in recent years that have been taking them. (Related: On the same day that 17 children were murdered in a Florida high school, almost 300 Americans were killed by FDA-approved prescription medications.)
The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) International agrees.
“There is overwhelming evidence that psychiatric drugs cause violence. 27 International drug regulatory warnings cite violence, mania, hostility, aggression, psychosis and even homicidal ideation. Individuals under the influence of such drugs and committing these acts of senseless violence are not limited to using guns are not limited to just schools,” the CCHRI said on the organization’s website.
The organization reports that “at least 36 school shootings and/or school-related acts of violence have been committed by those taking or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs.” The result: 172 people wounded and 80 people killed.
But this just doesn’t fit the leftist, anti gun narrative, does it? However it must be part of the debate, and we must demand that this information be released. It’s only a question. But it could be a matter not just of safety in our schools, but of our health care, everyone’s healthcare.