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Subject: 185 Side Effects
of PROZAC & Ritalin

Folks,

The following list of side effects associated with Prozac should open anyone's eyes. If all of this is true, why are we giving this stuff to our kids for? I honestly can not understand the psychology behind drugging our kids with substances like this.

Al Colombo

>Sender: Jackie Patru <104645.452@compuserve.com>
>To: Blind.Copy.Receiver@compuserve.com
>
>Received a forwarded message some time ago regarding a gentleman's request
>for info on Prozac. Just pulled it out of my "TO ANSWER" file. After
>listing all these effects of PROZAC, thought you would like to have the info.
>
>The man's wife is pregnant and taking PROZAC. Naturally he is concerned
>and with good cause. From the PDR (Physician's Desk Reference) Family
>Guide to Prescription Drugs, here's what it says about PROZAC:
>
>"More Common Side Effects may include:
>
>Abnormal dreams, agitation, anxiety, bronchitis, chills, diarrhea,
>dizziness, drowsiness and fatigue, hay fever, inablility to fall or stay
>asleep, increased apetite, lack or loss of appetite, light-headedness,
>nausea, nervousness, sweating, tremors, weakness, weight loss, yeawning.[21]
>
>Less Common Side effects may include:
>
>Abnormal ejaculation, abnormal gait, abnormal stoppage of menstrual flow,
>acne, amnesia, apathy, arthritis, asthma, belching, bone pain, breast
>cysts, breast pain, brief loss of consciousness, bursitis, chills and
>fever, conjunctivitis, convulsions, dark tarry stool, difficulty in
>swallowing, dilation of pupils, dimness of vision, dry skin, ear pain,
>exaggerated feeling of well-being, excessive bleeding, facial swelling due
>to fluid retention, fluid retention, hair loss, hallucinations, hangover
>effect, hiccups, high or low blood pressure, hives, hostility, impotence,
>increased sex drive, inflammation of the: esophagus, gums, stomach lining,
>tongue, and vagina, intolerance of light, involuntary movement, irrational
>ideas, irregular hearbeat, jaw or neck pain, lack of muscle coordination,
>low blood pressure upon standing, low blood sugar, migraine headache, mouth
>inflammation, neck pain and rigidity, nosebleed, ovarial disorders,
>apranoid reaction, pelvic pain, pneumonia, rapid breathing, rapid hearbeat,
>ringing in the ears, severe chest pain, skin inflammation, skin rash,
>thirst, twitching, uncoordinated movements, urinary disorders, vague
>feeling of bodily discomfort, vertigo, weight gain. [62]
>
>Rare Side Effects may include:
>
>Abortion, anti-social behavior, blood in urine, bloody diarrhea, bone
>disease, breast enlargement, cataracts, colitis, coma, deafness, decreased
>reflexes, dehydration, double vision, drooping of eyelids, duodenal ulcer,
>enlarged abdomen, enlargement of liver, enlargement or increased activity
>of thyroid gland, excess growth of coarse hair on face, chest, etc., EXCESS
>UTERINE or VAGINAL HEMORRHAGE, extreme muscle tension, eye bleeding, female
>milk production, fluid accumulation and swelling in the head, fluid buildup
>in larynx and lungs, gallstones, glaucoma, gout, HEART ATTACK, hepatitis,
>hight blood sugar, hysteria, inability to control bowel movements,
>increased salivation, inflammation of: eyes, eyelids, fallopian tubes,
>testes, gallbladder, small intestine, tissue below skin, and lung
>inflammation, kidney disorders, menstrual disorders, mouth sores, muscle
>inflammation or bleeding, muscle spasms, painful sexual intercourse for
>women, psoriasis, rashes, reddish or purplish spots on the skin, reduction
>of body temperature, rheumatoid arthritis, seborrhea, shingles, skin
>discoloration, skin inflammation and disorders, slowing of heart rate,
>
>slurred speech, spitting blood, stomach ulcer, stupor, suicidal thoughts,
>taste loss, temporary cessation of breathing, tingling sensation around the
>mouth, tongue discoloration and swelling, urinary tract disorders, vomiting
>blood, yellow eyes and skin". [72]
>
>>From the book, "Psychiatry The Ultimate Betrayal", by Bruce Wiseman, pg
>211-212, "On September 11, 1989, Joe was not doing well. He was restless
>and pacing. In his psychiatrist's words, he exhibited an 'increased level
>of agitation and anger.' The psychiatrist wrote, 'PLAN - DISCONTINUE
>PROSAK WHICH MAY BE CAUSE'. Three days later, carrying a gun, Joe walked
>into his former place of employment, a printing plant in Louisville,
>Kentucky, and opened fire on the people he used to work with. When the
>shooting stopped, Joseph Wesbecker had gunned down 20 people. Eight of them
>died. The disturbed gunman then turned his weapon on himself. High levels
>of ProzaC were found in his bloodstream.... Jacqui Miller, shot four times
>in the melee, was one of the last persons to see Wesbecker alive. 'I
>looked up into the face of who was holding the rifle,' she said. 'He was
>completely gone. There was just nothing there of what makes a person a
>person. He was totally out of it'."
>
>On page 10 of the same book... "Here are some first-hand accounts of life
>on psychiatric drugs.
>
>PROZAC: "I became violent toward my husband," reported Janet Sims. "I
>would be happy one minute, and the next minute I would be very angry,
>throwing dishes and glass items and other breakable things. I also
>attacked my husband with my fists and tried to scratch his face... While on >Prozac, my marriage fell apart... While on Prozac I started to have
>obsessive suicidal thoughts. [I thought] that I should just destroy my body
>in any way I could."
>
>RITALIN: Mrs. Verne Watson was compelled by school officials to give the
>drug to her son to handle his 'hyperactivity'. "David would complain he
>didn't like the feel of his body when he took the pills," she said. "It >took his appetite away and he would cry a lot. His dreams got so bad he
>couldn't even talk about them. He would get up in the night and walk the
>floor for hours. His body would shake and quiver something terrible."
>Finally one day, her son collapsed before school and told her, "I just
>can't take them anymore, they're torturing me."
>
>ARE THE PSYCHIATRISTS, PSYCHOLOGISTS AND SCHOOL AUTHORITIES MANUFACTURING
>INSANITY?
>
>Recall, folks... the boy in Oregon who shot up his friends in school? He
>was on Prozak. One of the classmates said he had a totally blank look on
>his face. When he was tackled and held down by the boys, they said, "He
>kept yelling, 'just shoot me! Shoot me!' " The boy will be tried as an
>adult, yet one wonders if he had any choice about taking Prozak. The boy
>in Arkansas had been on Ritilin. He will also be tried as an adult.
>Without referring to the newspaper article, I can't recall which was which,
>but both in Pennsylvania and Arkansas the friends said the shooters drew
>pentagrams and "666"'s on notebooks. Is this rash of shootings a result of
>psychotropic drugs being given to the children in combination with satanic
>cult involvement? Whatever the cause it seems apparent the innocent
>children are being used to further the passing of more stringent gun laws.
>It might be a good idea to get articles and give the information to state
>legislators who will fall for the propaganda they're fed and vote our
>gun-rights out of existence.
>
>PENNSYLVANIA legislators have introduced - already - a "gun control
>package" to keep guns out of the hands of children. However, when the
>teen-agers in Pennsylvania tortured and hung a friend who was going to
>reveal their plans to run away, it wasn't a front-page story. It appeared
>on page 56 near the obituaries. Why? THEY DIDN'T USE GUNS. Who cares if
>a child dies by hanging or axing? or KILLS by a rope or an axe? Our
>children are being used to further gun confiscation the same as the OKCity
>bombing was used to implement the "Anti-Terrorism Act" and the so-called
>WAR ON DRUGS is being used to confiscate tainted property. This
>information is useless unless it is brought to the attention of those state
>legislators who are making the laws under which their constitutents live or
>die - are free or enslaved.
>
>The U.S. Congress can pass all the gun laws it wants which only apply to
>the federal zone (Washington, D.C.) and territories and possessions. Watch
>your states, folks. You'll see this is a true statement. Your state
>governments will be passing the implementing legislation. Take a look at
>the forfeiture laws in New Jersey. It isn't just drugs. According to
>Congressman Henry Hyde the state laws now allow property seizure for all
>felonies... including shop lifting.

Editor's Note: I find this frightening news, especially since elimination of private property by rebels is one of the points called for in Carl Marx and Friedrich Engles' 10-Point Plan for Communism. To read more about this 10-Point Plan, go to http://web.raex.com/~colombo/10points.htm

>
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>
>Jackie Patru
>CDR [Council on Domestic Relations]
>104645.452@compuserve.com
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