Evidence of criminal conspiracy
Generation Rx reveals startling evidence detailing the criminal negligence of the FDA. The highly corrupt Food and Drug Administration didn’t “accidentally” approve psychotropic drugs that just happened to kill children, you see: The administration knew that SSRI drugs (antidepressants) were killing children for well over ten years! The FDA then went out of its way to bury the evidence, colluding with prominent drug companies to hide key documents while hastening the approval of dangerous drugs and keeping the public ignorant of the true risks from consuming them.
Kevin Miller’s Generation Rx covers all this (and more) in heart-wrenching detail. You’ll see the remarkably lucid explanations and warnings by the scientifically-minded Robert Whitaker (who used to be a skeptic that Big Pharma money could possibly influence science), pleas for medical sanity by Dr. Julian Whitaker, and even home movie footage of young girls who later killed themselves while on Prozac. You’ll walk away from this film shaking your head in disgust, asking “How did it come to this?”
Or, more precisely, how did modern psychiatric medicine come to the point where it’s all just a grand marketing scam designed to generate obscene profits by exploiting the minds and bodies of an entire generation of children? How did Big Pharma manage to so completely hijack medical science, taking over the medical journals, FDA regulators, science researchers and medical schools? And why hasn’t this been stopped? Why have these chemical crimes against children continued to be tolerated — even encouraged! — by the Food and Drug Administration and a Big Pharm-funded U.S. Congress? (Note of hope: There is one peer-reviewed medical journal that remains honest and publishes good medical science: PLoS Medicine, an open-source journal that accepts no advertising from drug companies…)
The simple truth, as the film reveals, is that money buys everything in this modern economy. It buys media coverage, it buys distorted science, it buys legislation, and it even buys the very definitions of disease. Big Pharma money has so completely infiltrated modern psychiatric medicine that any person claiming diseases like ADHD or “bipolar disorder” are based on solid science should be laughed off the world stage. Modern psychiatric medicine is an empty sham, a medical hoax, an uninspired contrivance of scientific-sounding babblydeegook designed to mesmerize gullible parents into putting their children on dangerous patented chemicals that may ultimately kill them.
Even the psychiatric scientists who voted these fictitious diseases (like “ADHD”) into existence have no idea what they really are. At one point in Generation Rx, a psychiatrist is asked to offer a clear definition of ADHD. His answer? A 45-second fumbling of wo
***Thanks to the AE crew for this one, nice find Mike ***