Tag Archives: drugs

Psychiatry

While housecleaning this week I came on a piece from Jon Rappoport’s blog from September of last year. It quoted a psychiatrist as stating that he had made up diagnoses of ADHD to get an opportunity to prescribe psychotropic medicines. … Continue reading

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Goodbye Europe – Medical

In the recent series The Truth About Cancer the narrator described how the big three German chemical companies became big initial supporters of the Third Reich. After the Reich was established and concentration camps were set up they built factories, … Continue reading

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Suspicions confirmed

A long time ago I read about a psychiatrist who needed a psychologist and a psychologist who needed a psychiatrist. A few years ago it became popular to “medicate” school children to make them more manageable. From what I read … Continue reading

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Fast and Furious revisited

I had not heard much about Fast and Furious for a long time so I was pleased when the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation announced that they would air a program on it on Sunday the 22nd of March of 2015. I … Continue reading

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Gun Control

US residents seem to have a childlike faith in the words of their politicians, as pointed out in another recent post. Another characteristic is that they allow themselves to be diverted by trivia when it is presented as political drama. … Continue reading

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3-D Printing

The first reference that I saw to 3-D printing was a few years ago in an automotive column written by Jay Leno. In it he explained how to reproduce spare parts for old cars. I think that his first example … Continue reading

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Murder Most Foul, part 2

The first week of December 2013 the Mexican government received a letter from Caro Quintero asking them not to extradite him to the US. I mentioned in the first part that a reward was posted for him. This was done … Continue reading

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Murder Most Foul

Would you believe that the CIA ordered the kidnaping, torture, and murder of a DEA agent? If you don’t believe that such a thing could happen please leave now and don’t let me ruin your day. Let me go back … Continue reading

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Guns and drugs

Here is an article I picked up on Laissez Faire Publications, sponsored by Agora Financial. Their full address is “Laissez Faire Today” It was published Wed June 26. This is the first time that I have heard of Anthony Gregory. … Continue reading

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War on Drugs a Failure, part 2

Reports that Mexican drug lords are living in the US with apparent immunity from US law enforcement agencies have been circulating in Mexico for a long time. Several years ago I read that one was living about 20 miles north … Continue reading

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