Why Are They Drugging The Students?

A scandal involving the cooperation of pharmaceutical firms, government authorities, and the medical sector has emerged, exposing the widespread issue of drugging students with ADHD medications.

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This article was authored by Jeffrey A. Tucker via The Epoch Times. You can read it here.

A scandal that has long existed but is not well known outside of the specialized community has been exposed in the last several years. The cooperation of pharmaceutical firms, government authorities, and the medical sector is the issue. The issue is so big that it is difficult to summarize in a little piece.

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As it happens, the COVID-19 shots that proved to be ineffectual were not the first. To the best of our knowledge and discoveries during our investigations, the shot was hastily created as a decoy to divert attention away from the issue of a lab leak. While the vaccination was being distributed, the whole world’s population was kept captive for at least a year. However, after it was put into use, it was clear that it was unable to genuinely halt the spread of illness. In any case, everyone contracted the virus, and the shots themselves have caused us a great deal of harm.

I told renowned addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky about this brief background. Dr. Pinsky currently hosts a well-liked video podcast. He didn’t see anything wrong with my above-mapped scenario. He quickly added that there are many similarities between this and the drug issue, which inspired him to become a public advocate. The pharmaceutical industry touted some amazing painkillers that didn’t have an addiction risk.

There was such a rush to prescribe that some doctors even worried about being penalized for not writing prescriptions. Naturally, the outcome was a terrible addiction epidemic that persists to this day. In contrast to vaccine businesses, producers were not covered by indemnity against harm awards; in fact, just last year, $50 billion was distributed to sufferers. The figures are astounding.

As soon as you believe you have solved this issue, more details become available. I had the honor of attending Sheila Matthews-Gallo’s speak last night. Sheila is the founder of AbleChild, an organization that defends children’s rights against forced medicalization. Why would you need something like that? It turns out that a large majority of students in public schools nowadays deal with this threat on a regular basis. It is possible to diagnose them with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD.

It turns out that ADHD cannot be chemically confirmed to exist. It is just a diagnostic that is used in conjunction with behavior that is noted on a checklist questionnaire. The checklist includes items related to fidgeting, forgetting, boredom, completing chores, acting out in different ways, expressing irritation, and more. Put another way, what we have here is a list of all the symptoms you might anticipate when boys in particular are ordered by an authority figure to perform jobs that require them to sit still at a desk for months or years.

This type of diagnosis is likely to draw in a large number of children, especially the exceptional and those who were previously deemed to be “gifted and talented.” It turns out that a sizable industry is currently engaged in pathologizing behavioral features that are totally normal. Because they typically mature more slowly than girls and have a tendency toward behavioral resistance to environmental adaptivity, boys are particularly badly struck by it.

See “The ADHD Fraud,” a fascinating book, for additional information on this astounding truth.

What possible use could a diagnostic like this serve? You guessed it: there are medications to treat this purported issue. Ritalin (methylphenidate), Adderall (amphetamine), Dexmethylphenidate, Lisdexamfetamine, Clonidine, and Atomoxetine are some of the names by which they go by. None of them has ever been demonstrated to be a chemical cure for any kind of biological anomaly. All of them are behavioral-adjustment medications, sometimes known as psychiatric medications or children’s narcotics.

Up to 13% of teenagers and millions of children take them. The percentage among college students rises. Approximately one in three persons use mental health medications. Things are get worse. In school is where it all begins.

As I was listening to this, I was amazed. Nevertheless, it makes sense in certain respects given what we already know. This industry, which is pushing pharmaceuticals at people with the promise of miracles but with outcomes that really ruin lives, has close working relationships with regulators, public schools, and other government institutions.

Consider how your school years might have been different if you had started abusing drugs at the age of seven and relied only on psychiatric medications. Thankfully, I avoided suffering such a fate. Today’s youth, however, cannot make the same claim. It’s very astounding. I feel like there is a controversy here that is simply begging to be exposed.

As RFK Jr. has been highlighting in public recently, one of the connected variables is the peculiar correlation between school shootings and the widespread availability of these medications. Even if the public is becoming increasingly aware that pharmaceutical products—rather than guns—are the true issue, there are still many examples about which we are already aware, and the medical records of others are being suppressed. However, rather than conducting a more thorough investigation, the activists themselves are solely concerned with banning firearms.

I know firsthand about young folks struggling with Adderall addiction. When you’re a college student, it appears to be a magic pill in many respects. In college, time management discipline becomes less important. Rather, you are expected to submit lengthy papers by the deadline, memorize a ton of information that you might forget the next day, and occasionally maintain acute focus. This medication allows for hyper-focused all-nighters followed by a day or two of feeling like a zombie, but no one notices, which is exactly what the doctor intended for many students.

I know a lot of people who become addicted to drugs, not just physically but psychologically as well. Who wants to live a boring life when they can’t get high? These pupils seek to follow the same trend throughout their professional lives. They are able to put in long hours of work and remain up late, producing seemingly incredible results that fall short of your expectations. You request fixes, but they never materialize. In reality, they disappear for days before reappearing, during which time they lose all recollection of the work they completed. This is a recurring pattern.

I eventually discovered that the drugs were the true issue. I came to the conclusion that I would prefer to have a worker that was somewhat productive, had a consistent work schedule, and possessed some mildly retained abilities that could be improved with time. The problem is that it’s not quite appropriate to inquire about a candidate’s drug use before employing them. You inevitably make guesses, some of which are incorrect.

I can tell you from extensive experience that using these medicines will ruin your career. Never should anyone take them. In any event, I think they are a considered perspective, and I often caution college students against them. What applies to college students also applies to high school and elementary school students hundreds of times more. The fact that these medicines are distributed to schoolchildren in the form of sweets is a total disgrace. Parents are perfectly entitled and obligated to refuse.

Finding out, as I did last night, that there was no science involved in the diagnosis of ADHD or social distancing makes it all the more startling. Everything is contrived to serve the interests of the government and the nearby private sector entities who profit from a variety of requirements that ultimately lead to the drugging of the populace. I find it astounding all together.

Consider the wider picture. We put boys and girls in the same classrooms, force them to attend public schools, forbid them from working for pay, enforce similar curricula that assume all students learn at the same rate, take away teachers’ discretion, and overburden the institutions with enormous bureaucracies. When the children don’t adapt well to their surroundings, we label them as mentally ill and medicate them in ways that allow pharmaceutical corporations with ties to the state to make money.

This degree of brutality is genuinely ingrained in the system. It’s amazing that any civilized culture could put up with it at all. Once you understand the whole scope of the controversy surrounding what’s happening, you also need to start raising other concerns about other vaccines, miracle cures, weight-loss medications, and the entire allopathic medical apparatus. Yes, it’s a really deep rabbit hole.

The author’s thoughts are presented in this article; they may not represent those of The Epoch Times.

Recently, GreatGameIndia reported that, according to a study by resident physician Dr. Rami Darwich, common medications for ADHD, including amphetamines and methylphenidate, are linked to an increased risk of glaucoma, potentially leading to vision loss.

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