Saturday, 14 March 2009

SSRIs claim more victims

Whenever there is a shooting rampage, such as occurred this week in Germany and Louisiana, the gun-grabbers declare that everyone should be disarmed (like in the crime-free paradise of England).

No one ever demands that prozac and other such "selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor" (SSRIs) be banned or even that their use examined, and yet almost without exception the perpetrators of these killing sprees are in a psychotic state induced by not taking their dose of prescribed pharmaceutical.

According to the BBC:

"The German teenage gunman who killed 15 people on Wednesday shot one of his victims at a psychiatric clinic where he was to be treated for depression. Tim Kretschmer was treated at another clinic in nearby Weissenhoff between April and September before his care was transferred to the centre in Winnenden. But he never resumed the outpatient therapy sessions, investigators said."

As I said last time around, guns don't kill people, prozac kills people.

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