Truth Frequency Radio
Chris Geo
May 25, 2014

(Truth Frequency Radio) In the wake of Isla Vista shooting by Elliot Rodger, part of the grieving process is to play Monday quarterback and assign blame. Of course the nation’s 2nd Amendment is the first to be attacked, spearheaded by the cries of the victims’ parents and loved ones. But factually and statistically speaking, who is to blame for the rise in gun violence?

Mainstream media analysts are raising alarm within the minds of the public by presenting the very real statistic that between 1988 and today, gun violence has sky-rocketed every year. Between 2008 and 2011 there was an average of 5 “mass shootings” per year. Between 2011 and 2014, this number has risen 300% and has been on the rise since at least 1982. However, people are looking to the means of executing these horrible acts rather than looking at the reason we have become such a psychotic society.

Have guns become easier for people to obtain over the past 30 years? No. In fact, more and more draconian legislation has been passed since 1982 in an “effort” to “quell gun violence”. So what has changed since 1982 that makes people want to go out and kill each other?

Between 1982 and 1988, this country saw an average of 1 shooting per year.

Between 1988 and 1998 that figure doubled, going up to 2.1 shootings per year.

Between 1998 and 2008  that figure rose a bit for a total of 2.3  shootings per year.

And between 2008 and 2011 the figure more than doubled, going up to 5 shootings per year

And between 2011 and today, we have an average of 15 shootings per year, for a 300% increase in gun violence today.

Since the efforts to disarm the American people have been just as futile and counter-productive as the War On Drugs, attempting to combat the symptom of a problem while completely ignoring the root, then how can we look at this societal problem in a more productive manner? We must, of course, ask the question: What is causing our children to engage in these psychotic rampages?

According to the Center for Disease Control, the use of anti-depressants and psychopharmaceuticals are up a whopping 400% between 2000 and 2011. This brought the number of people on medications up to around 46% of the population. Between 2011 and today, the statistics have almost doubled with 70% of the population on medications with the majority of the population taking cocktails of pills every day.

While anyone who was in the DARE program as a child remembers, the main argument put forth by prohibitionists is the idea that the body and mind reacts differently in an individual. Therefore we must make marijuana illegal because we have no way to “test it on every individual”. While the argument is fallacious in itself, let’s give them the benefit of the doubt for a moment. With 70% of the population on at least one prescription medication and the majority of that 70% on a cocktail, how many people will experience adverse effects?

Is it coincidental that the number of mass shootings in our society has increased at the exact same rate as the percentage of psychopharmaceutical use? Apparently someone was prone to psychotic episodes during the testing phase of these medications because the warnings clearly say: ” May cause depression, anxiety, suicidal or homicidal thoughts”. It’s written CLEARLY on the bottle. Is it that difficult to believe that if 70% of the population is doped up on psych meds, 15 people per year will experience ill effects from them and go on shooting rampages?

Since the year 2000, Big Pharma has been pushing for mandatory psych evaluations in schools while boasting in their board meetings that their profits will skyrocket. They are slowly tiptoeing their way to forced drugging of our children, many of whom do not need them at all. In January, New York state put forward a bill that would accomplish just that.  Any normal behavioral trait of an adolescent is now classified as a mental disorder. Psychiatrists today are told to “talk less and prescribe more”. Our doctors get kickbacks from prescribing medications and our politicians craft bills absolving Big Pharma from any liability. the DSM  gets even more ridiculous with every edition, adding mental disorders like “sleeping too much”, “sleeping too little”, “exercising too much” and every other type of normal behavior. According to modern psychiatry, just the mere fact that you are reading this article is considered a mental disorder and should be treated with medication.

The stage is set where every single individual has a mental condition. With the recent events in Isla Vista, CA, the media is pushing for gun restriction, mental health checks and prevention methods. This means that a police officer or other government official would be able to deem you mentally ill, force you into a mental hospital where you will be drugged up and have all of your liberties will be stripped from you.

Why? Because they won’t be satisfied until 100% of the population is on a cocktail of prescription medications, leaving no way to fight back against tyranny.