When Something Goes Wrong In Your Brain

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It's bizarre to watch the increasing degrees of insanity reach ever higher levels in society.

Nonsense rhetoric is being bantered about as people become mentally unglued. 

At the same time it can be scary to watch as dignity, compassion and understanding are fast becoming relics of the past.

If you’ve ever wondered why the world seems to be getting crazier and crazier and why politicians are passing more and more outlandish laws and regulations….it doesn’t take much to work out the reason.

Corruption is what we usually call it.  For instance we all know that Congress is owned by ‘Big Pharma’ and UK Police have been in cahoots with MP’s for quite some time.

One aspect we need to acknowledge is that we’re being drugged from dawn to dusk in almost every way possible - through what we eat, what we drink, what we breathe and the medications we take.

And when we’re drugged, it’s not possible to think clearly or act sensibly.  

Let’s take an example.  Fluoride doesn’t benefit our teeth.  It never has!  But for decades our dentists have been promoting it (some even believe what they’re told!)

The fluoride in our water, food and toothpaste is there to ensure we don’t fight back.  

Google I G Farben if you want.  They supplied the Nazi concentration camps in WW2 to force the prisoners into calm submission.  Today they are behind the mass-medication of water with sodium fluoride to sterilise humans.

Let’s look elsewhere….

The teabags we have in the morning are laced with epichlorohydrin, an industrial solvent; the cereal we pour into our children’s bowls likely contains high fructose corn syrup (obesity) and glyphosate (a highly toxic weedkiller!) to say nothing of the steroids and saturated fats in milk and other dairy products contributing to heart disease, type 2 diabetes, breast, ovarian cancer, prostate cancer and Alzheimer’s Disease.

The sugar substitute we add to our morning tea or coffee contains aspartame (breaks down into formaldehyde and then wood alcohol). 

Some people still heat their food or drinks with microwave ovens that ultimately weaken and eventually destroy cell membranes.

The sandwiches we pack have been made with highly-processed flour and additives, in time leading to obesity, heart disease and diabetes; the chocolates we eat often contain soy lecithin (waste from GMO crops), the wine we drink (if the grapes are grown in California) is likely laced with glyphosate. 

Corn, almonds, carrots, beets, even ‘super grain’ quinoa also contain high levels of glyphosate.

By the time we go to bed we’ve managed to survive another 24 hours of ingesting an unimaginable array of toxins, whilst trying to live a healthy life. 

Even when we sleep we’re still breathing polluted air from mattresses, bedroom paints, carpets and so on outgassing.

I could go on.

The first piece of advice i’d give you from my own experience is stop listening to the bu**sh*t in  corporate health ads - toothpastes, vitamins for older people, the majority of corporate food products.  

Our gullibility or our lack of curiosity is funding them!  It’s Big Pharma and Big Pharma only that benefits from us buying their products. 

Those selling real health products can barely afford to advertise nationally.

There have been countless examples of the manipulation of published research at the hands of pharmaceutical companies in recent years. 

But we know this already.  The result? We become vulnerable. 

Vulnerable = exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally

In the words of researcher Brené Brown, ‘We are the most in debt, obese, addicted and medicated adult cohort in US history”  

We numb ourselves, and in numbing ourselves we numb everything - what we’re trying to avoid as well as joy, gratitude, happiness.  

The result is a downward spiral into (for many) medication for pain and depression (for that read opiates).

It’s why Harvard Professor of Medicine Arnold Symour Relman told the world that the medical profession has been bought by the pharmaceutical industry. 

It’s why Dr. Marcia Angell, former Editor in Chief of The New England Journal of Medicine, said that the “pharmaceutical industry likes to depict itself as a research-based industry, as the source of innovative drugs. Nothing could be further from the truth.” 

It’s why Dr. Richard Horton, Editor in Chief of The Lancet, recently stated that much of the scientific literature published today is simply untrue. 

And it’s why John Ioannidis, epidemiologist at the Stanford University School of Medicine, published an article titled “Why Most Published Research Findings Are False” which subsequently became the most widely accessed article in the history of the Public Library of Science.

Enough ranting.

Some while ago I wrote about Paracetemol  (if you live in the USA, Canada or Australia it’s sold under the name ‘Tylenol’ ).

It’s a common painkiller to many.

I wrote that regular use of this painkiller can lead to a reduction in empathy.  You read that right.

You care less and less about other people and Tylenol

their feelings.

Tylenol (Paracetamol) can impair people’s ability to experience empathy for others.  

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Long term, this has potentially serious consequences for the human race!  

Maybe it explains why the world seems to be getting crazier and crazier.

Here’s a valuable consumer alert from GreenMedInfo on the subject, reinforcing my position on these painkillers. 

Check your medicine cabinets and First Aid kits right away then pass the information onto family and friends.

And be ultra careful where you buy your medicines.  Certainly not on the street and be careful online as well.  

Fake Xanax ‘Super Pills’, laced with Fentanyl have already killed many.  Fentanyl is 50 times stronger than heroin and 100 times stronger than morphine. Fake Viagra and Cialis pills have caused strokes and heart attacks.

Untimely deaths from these are classified as ‘substance abuse’.  Yeah right!

Graeme Dinnen www.resourcesforlife.net

(with thanks to Cartoonist Baloo)

P.S.   Are you vulnerable?  If you aren’t one of the 43 million that have heard the Brené Brown TED talk, you absolutely need to put aside 20 minutes to listen to and take on board her words of complete common sense.