Absurd mainstream media misses the target again

MainstreamMediaIn the wake of the latest mass shooting, mainstream media around the world is focused and outraged once more over Americans and the Second Amendment.

And by doing so they are committing a great disservice to the public, victims and future victims of such tragedies—totally missing and ignoring what should be the real target.

What could be more deadly than guns? The mindset of the people pulling the trigger.

By far the biggest link to the aberrant and violent behavior we’ve seen too often over the last 20 years is PSYCHOTROPIC PRESCRIPTION DRUGS.

Before the era of mass drug-taking, now bought and popped as routinely as hard candy, mass shootings were so rare as to be practically unheard of in all the past generations.

In many parts of the country at the start of the hunting season, countless high school students showed off their guns at school and shared tall hunt and bag stories with other students.

Despite the fact that there were far fewer gun control laws then, lo and behold, there were NO mass shootings! The term hadn’t even been verbalized.

Guns didn’t change, except to be more controlled. But many people clearly changed.

Nearly every mass shooting in the last 20 years, plus multiple other isolated shootings and suicides have been committed by the all-too-common modern human species whose minds have been grotesquely altered by Big Pharma’s  potent drugs.

Eric Harris, one of the 1999 Columbine shooters was on Zoloft then Luvox, Georgia 1999 shooter, T. J. Solomon on Ritalin, 2007 Virginia Tech shooter Cho-Seung-Hui, who killed 32 people was on Prozac and various other drugs, James Holmes in 2012 stoked up on a cocktail of anti-depressants in addition to his normal Vicodin before shooting up a Colorado theater. The heartbreaking list of killers goes on and on, with an appalling number of young teenagers on psychotropic drugs among them.

Read the horrendous statistics at www.infowars.com and www.ssristories.com (Selective Serotonin Re-Uptake Inhibitors), and many other websites easily found by Googling.

Anti-depressant use in the U.S. has skyrocketed, with one of ten Americans taking them, FOUR TIMES MORE THAN IN THE 1990s!

Regardless of your position on guns and gun control it seems that journalists and those in the population not completely asleep at the wheel may want to focus more attention on the epidemic prescription drug use that so clearly is linked to brain distortion and numerous modern atrocities.

Too many people are missing a very big target.

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