The Neuroscience of Murder -- Shocking Truth About Psychiatric Drugs

Sam Moser smoser at erinet.com
Mon Jul 20 11:31:04 EST 1998


Psychiatry Kills
Documented Proof Psychiatric Drugs Shorten Life Span

By Samuel A. Moser

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No longer is involuntary drugging only a concern to those locked away in an
institution. "Laws quietly passed in 35 US states now allow the government
to court order you to take psychiatric drugs, even though you're law abiding
and living at home, in your own neighborhood. These court orders are known
as "Involuntary Outpatient Commitment" (IOC). Typically, you'd be required
to report to your community mental health center every few weeks for a
"depot injection" of a "neuroleptic drug" such as Prolixin or Haldol in your
butt. These drugs are time released [in a base of oil and injected
intramuscularly], so that the super-powerful impact lasts weeks until your
next injection. The court orders can be routinely re-approved, so these
injections can go on for years." Reports Support Coalition International

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Disclaimer: Many of the statements that follow in this report (Namely the
effect that neuroleptic drugs have on the duration of life span and sense of
well being.) have not been investigated or evaluated by the FDA (so they
claim) nor do they care to. The FDA does not even require animal studies to
determine how these drugs affect the duration of life span. The conclusions
in this report are based on available facts, for which a positive assertion
can be made by putting the information together so that the true nature of
these drugs can be established. This information is what the FDA,
psychiatrists, and the pharmaceutical companies do NOT WANT YOU TO KNOW.
This information is both shocking and scandalous and reveals a probable
conspiracy so be warned. The common people that are affected by this are not
supposed to be smart enough to figure it out, but I have.

The purpose of this report is to prove conclusively that neuroleptic drugs
(Also know as antipsychotics or antipsychotic drugs, tranquilizers,
psychotropics or psychotrophics, or psychotropic drugs or psychotrophic
drugs) shorten life span, destroy sexual function and fertility, take away
sense of well being, precipitate violent behavior etc. This will be
established in this discussion through a rudimentary explanation of some
facets of biochemistry and by quoting reputable sources. If you are unsure
whether a certain drug is a neuroleptic or not then see the list of names
for many different neuroleptic drugs provided at the end of this report.

The compulsory administration of neuroleptic drugs by order of the state is
not only a violation of one's right to liberty but also the right to life
and the pursuit of happiness. The right to life because neuroleptics shorten
life span. The right to the pursuit of happiness because neuroleptics take
away sense of well being. The right to liberty because of not being able to
make ones own decision regarding the administration of these drugs and the
right to freedom of religious worship when the administration of these drugs
precludes there use when it violates one's religious values and convictions.
For legitimate religious grounds to refuse these drugs see Footnote C below.

The compulsory administration of neuroleptics because of state order is a
violation to one's right to life because the drugs not only shorten life
span but also make the quality of one's life inferior due to the precipitous
onset of degenerative disease that these drugs induce. This is not a
statement unsupported by fact. Let me now explain.

The main function of neuroleptics is blockage of dopamine receptors in the
brain. (Or as a future report of mine will prove; the destruction of
dopamine receptors. See Footnote B for a simplified explanation of this.)
Neuroleptics block dopamine D2 receptors in the brain. Dopamine is a
neurotransmitter and a receptor is the "keyhole" which dopamine (like a key)
plugs into for neuronal communication. There are many other
neurotransmitters, all with their respective "key holes" or receptors. But
the analogy of a "keyhole" is insufficient because there are different
receptors that fit their corresponding neurotransmitter. Different sides of
the neurotransmitters will fit into the different types of receptors. It is
like the fact that a puzzle piece has different sides with different shapes.
It's the different sides of the neurotransmitter that fit into their
corresponding receptors.

Going further, neuroleptic drugs block dopamine receptors in the brain in
all area's. Most dopaminergic function takes place within the limbic system
of the brain. (See the article in the magazine called "Scientific American"
March-April 1996 Volume 84 called "Reward Deficiency Syndrome" on pages 134
and 135 for an explanation of the limbic system and how it relates to the
"reward cascade" which I will discuss later in this report.) The limbic
system of the brain contains a structure called the hypothalamus. This area
of the brain called the hypothalamus is responsible for the regulation of
pituitary hormones by the release of controlling hormones. The pituitary is
a small gland located at the base of the brain just under the hypothalamus.
The pituitary in turn regulates all other bodily hormones. See the book
"Facts and Comparisons" III W. Port Plaza, Suite 300 St. Louis MO. USA
63146-3098 (telephone 314-216-2100 or 1-800-223-0554). (Note this book is
currently used by Rite Aid Pharmacies in the USA as a reference aid and it
is a loose bound up datable book. The updatable section called
"Antipsychotic Agents" is (c) 1990) This book states under "antipsychotic
agents" that "Antipsychotics block postsynaptic dopamine receptors in the
basal ganglia, hypothalamus, limbic system, brain stem and medulla... The
phenothiazines appear to act at both D1 and D2 receptors, whereas
haloperidol appears to act primarily at D2 receptors." ("D" here stands for
dopamine and each different receptor is numbered.) Also see the book "Drug
Info for the Health Care Professional 17th edition volume I 1997" by
Authority of the United States Pharmacopeial Convention, Inc. (c) 1997 by
The United States Pharmacopeial Convention Inc. printed by Rand McNally,
Taunton, Massachusetts. Distributed by USPC 12601 Twinbrook Parkway,
Rockville, Maryland USA. This book states on page 2321 in the section on
phenothiazines under the subheading "Mechanism of action/Effect" that
neuroleptics "block postsynaptic mesolimbic dopaminergic receptors in the
brain... and depress the release of hypothalamic and hypophyseal hormones."
(Hypophyseal hormones are pituitary hormones.)

One hormone the hypothalamus produces is TRH (thyrotropin releasing hormone
or thyrotrophin releasing hormone). This hormone when released by the
hypothalamus stimulates the release of the pituitary hormone TSH (thyroid
stimulating hormone also called thyreotropic hormone, threotrophin hormone,
TTH, thyrotropin, thyrotrophin). TSH in turn when released by the pituitary
stimulates the production or release of the thyroid hormone thyroxine which
is abbreviated T4  (four because this is the number of iodine atoms the
hormone contains). Thyroxine is the hormone that regulates bodily
metabolism. Lowering metabolism by lowering the body's capacity to produce
thyroxine shortens life span. See the book "Handbook of Vitamins, Minerals
and Hormones 2nd Edition" by Roman J. Kutsky, Ph.D. published by Van
Nostrand Reinhold Company New York (c)1973. On page 369 in this book under
"Essentially for Life" it states "Deficiency" of thyroxine "in adult
shortens life span". Also on page 367 of this book in paragraph 3 it states
that the capacity to produce this hormone is associated with aging. And on
page 371 under "Deficiency Symptoms" where it states among other things that
deficiency of thyroxine causes "Deceased BMR" (BMR is the abbreviation of
Basal Metabolic Rate), "Increase in blood lipid and cholesterol" (lipid is
fat). Also see the book "Fats that Heal Fats that Kill" (c) 1986,1993 by Udo
Erasmus Ph.D. and published by Alive Books, Fraser Park Drive, Burnaby BC
Canada V5J 5B9. On page 37 of this book at the top of the page it states
that "Deceased metabolic rate is also involved in aging, arthritic diseases,
cancer, and cardiovascular disorders, and is another general symptom of
degenerative diseases." Published by Alive Books, 7436 Fraser Park Drive,
Burnaby BC Canada V5J 5B9. (c) 1986,1993. Exposure to cold temperatures will
stimulate the production of TSH in turn stimulating the production of T4
raising metabolism to keep the body warm and to regulate the burning of fat
and carbohydrates for fuel. As I have shown interfering with this process
lowers metabolism and shortens life span. Lowered metabolism causes weight
gain and according to the American Medical Association's own statistics the
more overweight a person is the more likely that person will suffer a
premature death. See the chapter called "Drugs Used in Obesity" starting on
page 2439 of the book "Drug Evaluations Annual 1995" by the American Medical
Association. Neuroleptic drugs suppress the production of T4 thereby
lowering metabolism by suppressing the release of the hypothalamic hormone
TRH. Metabolism is the main mechanism that promotes thermogenesis.
Thermogenesis is the production of body heat when body heat is lost due to
exposure to cold temperatures. It is T4 in the end that is responsible for
helping to generate body heat that is lost. Because of the neuroleptics
actions on the hypothalamus suppressing the release of TRH the pituitary
doesn't produce as much TSH and in turn the Thyroid doesn't produce as much
T4. See the book "Facts and Comparisons" III W. Port Plaza, Suite 300 St.
Louis MO. USA 63146-3098 (telephone 314-216-2100 or 1-800-223-0554). (Note
this book is currently used by Rite Aid Pharmacies as a reference aid.) This
book states under "Antipsychotic Agents" that neuroleptics "depress various
components of the reticular activating system which is involved in the
control of basal metabolic rate and body temperature, wakefulness, vasomotor
tone, emesis, and hormonal balance." Also see the book "Cecil Textbook of
Medicine 19th edition" edited by James B. Wyngaarden, MD, Lloyd H. Smith,
Jr., MD and J. Claude Bennett, MD published by W.B. Saunders Company,
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc. Philadelphia London, Toronto, Montreal,
Sydney, Tokyo. This book states on page 1569 under "The Pathogenesis of
Fever" under the subheading "Initiation of Fever" that "...thermoregulation
originate[s] in the hypothalamus" and  "... neuroleptic drugs are capable of
disrupting the hypothalamic response and may interfere with the development
of fever. Among these, phenothiazines are the best known for their
poikilothermic effect. These agents are not specifically active in febrile
states; rather, they act to disable thermoregulatory mechanisms at all times
following their administration." Also see the book called "AHFS 96 Drug
Information" published by American Hospital Formulary Service and "published
by the authority of the board of directors of the American Hospital
Formulary Service. This book states on page 1617 at the bottom right of the
page; "Phenothiazines have a poikilothermic effect, interfering with
temperature regulation in the hypothalamus: depending on environmental
conditions, hypothermia or hyperthermia can occur." (Hypothermia is under
heating of the body and hyperthermia is overheating of the body. Many people
forced to take neuroleptics have died of heatstroke. See footnote A at the
end of this thesis.) Again see the book "Drug Info for the Health Care
Professional 17th edition volume I 1997" on page 2321 in the section on
phenothiazines under the subheading "Mechanism of action/Effect" that
neuroleptics "block postsynaptic mesolimbic dopaminergic receptors in the
brain... and depress the release of hypothalamic and hypophyseal hormones."
These effects are the result of blockage or destruction of dopamine
receptors within the hypothalamus. Suppression of this hormonal system is
one of the main mechanisms in which neuroleptics shorten life span. Note:
Many of the quotes are obtained from statements concerning the class of
neuroleptics called phenothiazines but since all neuroleptics block or
destroy dopamine receptors they all produce the same undesirable symptoms.
For instance this quote from the book "Drug Info for the Health Care
Professional" page 1564 under the heading of "haloperidol" a neuroleptic in
a class by its self; "[The] Pharmacological effects of haloperidol are
similar to the effects of... phenothiazines". All neuroleptics block or
destroy dopamine receptors so therefore all suppress hypothalamic hormone
secretion. Now again see the book "Fats that Heal Fats that Kill" on page 37
at the top of the page where it states that "Decreased metabolic rate is
also involved in aging, arthritic diseases, cancer, and cardiovascular
disorders, and is another general symptom of degenerative disease." On page
191 of the same book at the top of the page it states; "The brightness of
the fire is the rate at which our body produces energy our metabolic rate.
For continued good health, it is vital that the fire of life burns
brightly." Decreased metabolic rate not only leads to obesity but also to
degenerative disease. Not only do neuroleptic drugs shorten life span but
also make life inferior do to inducing the onset of degenerative disease.
Note: See the book "Facts and Comparisons" again under "antipsychotic
agents" and note that one of the neuroleptic drugs is sarcastically named
"thioridazine" denoting the fact that these drugs suppress the production of
the thyroid hormone thyroxine. Thio being a grammatical construct from the
beginning of the word thyroxine and also the beginning of the word iodine,
which is the mineral that this hormone contains, followed by the word rid in
the middle of this construct denoting the fact that these drugs get rid of
or suppress the release of this hormone. In my opinion this reveals the
utter contempt the designers of these drugs have for those labeled "mentally
ill". Also the question must be asked, why would a drug be named after a
life span shortening "side effect" unless that was its sole intended
purpose. This also reveals that the designers of these drugs knew the
biological effects of these drugs even before they were pushed on the
public. Also notice that one of the neuroleptics is called "mesoridazine".
Meso means middle which is where the limbic system is located in the brain.
Since neuroleptic drugs shorten life span, the compulsory administration of
these drugs by court order of the state is a violation of one's right to
life.

Again see the book "Drug Info for the Health Care Professional 17th edition
volume I 1997" on page 2321 which states that neuroleptics "block
postsynaptic mesolimbic dopaminergic receptors in the brain ... [and] ...
depress the release of hypothalamic and hypophyseal hormones." Again
hypophyseal hormones are hormones produced by the pituitary gland. Because
hypothalamic hormones control the release of pituitary hormones this is the
reason pituitary hormones are suppressed. Most hypothalamic hormones are
releasing hormones. One hypothalamic hormone which is an inhibiting hormone
is prolactin release-inhibiting hormone (abbreviated PRIH also called PIF,
RIH, prolactin inhibiting factor or prolactin inhibiting hormone, PIH).
Since neuroleptic drugs suppress the release of this inhibiting hormone then
the pituitary is free to secrete abnormal amounts of this female hormone
that regulates lactation into the blood stream of both males and females.
Most bodily hormones are suppressed by neuroleptics except for prolactin for
this reason. Since phenothiazines were the first neuroleptics used starting
with Thorazine and the fact that phenothiazines has been used on more people
then all other neuroleptics combined, the affect on hormone production
caused by these drugs has been well established. All the other neuroleptics
have been designed after what has been learned from the phenothiazines. The
level of hypothalamic hormone production is in direct correlation with
dopaminergic activity. For this reason all neuroleptics that block or
destroy dopamine receptors or utilize the serotoninergic system or both will
suppress the production of all hypothalamic hormones which in turn
suppresses pituitary hormone production and in turn all other bodily
hormones. Serotonin is an inhibiting neurotransmitter that mediates the
function of the dopaminergic system. Excess serotonin stimulation has the
effect of suppressing the dopaminergic system. One neuroleptic called
Molindone (brand names Lidone and Moban) utilizes this function by mimicking
serotonin. Also this is why antidepressant drugs that raise levels of
serotonin cause sexual dysfunction. One "antidepressant" drug Zoloft is
molecularly indistinguishable from that of the neuroleptics. In fact Zoloft
has even been tried as a neuroleptic. Perhaps it's labeled as an
antidepressant just for people who insist that their "problems are just
depression". A man I talked to at the FDA told me that Zoloft was so
powerful at destroying sexual function that if just one pill is taken by
someone with premature ejaculation it will slow him down. But don't take
this man's word for it. Even the PDR says Zoloft causes sexual disfunction.
See the book "Biochemistry A Case-Oriented Approach fifth edition" by the
Department of Biochemistry, The University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa
City, Iowa.  Montgomery Rex Ph.D., Thomas Conway Ph.D. and Arthur A. Spector
MD (c) 1990 The C.V. Mosby Company. This book states on page 761 that
prolactin secretion is increased by "serotonin". See the book "Facts and
Comparisons" again under "antipsychotic agents" under "Carcinogenicity /
prolactin secretion:" which states "Neuroleptic drugs elevate prolactin
levels which persist during chronic administration." This is a reference to
all neuroleptics, not just phenothiazines. Also see the book again called
"Biochemistry A Case-Oriented Approach fifth edition" on page 761 in the
seventh paragraph where it states that "Some medications, acting as dopamine
antagonist, increase prolactin secretion. Although many drugs of this type
exist, the most common are the antipsychotic phenothiazines, such as
thorazine." On page 778 of this same book it states in the first paragraph;
"Dopamine is an active compound believed to inhibit prolactin secretion".
Since neuroleptics block or destroy dopamine receptors there is no
dopaminergic activity to inhibit prolactin secretion. Going back to page 761
of this same book it sates in the fifth paragraph under "Disorders
associated with prolactin" that "Prolactin secretion has a dramatic effect
in blocking the pituitary gonadotrophs, and elevated prolactin levels are
associated with sexual dysfunction. Hyperprolactinemia before puberty blocks
sexual maturation and the pubertal growth spurt. After puberty,
hyperprolactinemia is associated with loss of libido and impotence in males
and amenorrhea in females." (The gonads are testicles in men and ovaries in
women and amenorrea is the abnormal suspension or suppression of
menstruation.) Hyperprolactinemia is the abnormal excessive production of
the female hormone prolactin. One pituitary gonadotroph is luteinizing
hormone (abbreviated LH and also called luteotrophin or luteotropin,
interstitial cell-stimulating hormone, ICSH, Prolan B, gonadotrophin II or
gonadotropin II, metakentrin, corpus luteum-ripening hormone). See the book
again "Handbook of Vitamins, Minerals and Hormones" on page 323 under
"Deficiency Diseases, Disorders" where it states that deficiency of this
hormone causes "Hypogonadism".  (Hypogonadism is the inability of the gonads
to perform their function of remaining fertile and producing sex hormones.)
Also on this page it states that this hormone is necessary for
"reproduction". Now reference page 327 of this book under "Mode of Action"
where it states that this hormone "increases synthesis of steroid hormones
(sex hormones) ... estradiol (estrogen) ... [and] testosterone". Also here
it also states that this hormone "stimulates rupture of follicles in ovary".
(This is so the ova or egg can be released from the ovary.) The other
pituitary gonadotroph is follicle stimulating hormone (abbreviated FSH, and
also called Follotropin or Follotrophin, Thylakentrin, Prolan A,
gonadotrophin I or gonadotrophin I, gametogenic hormone, follicle ripening
hormone, gametokinetic hormone). See the book again "Handbook of Vitamins,
Minerals and Hormones" on page 330 where it states that this hormone is
required for "reproduction". Also see page 332 under "Deficiency Symptoms"
where it states that deficiency of this hormone causes "Decreased
gametogenic function and development (nonfunctional)". (This is just a fancy
way of saying that deficiency of this hormone will cause any sperm or ova
produced to be genetically incapable of producing offspring or rendering any
sperm or ova (eggs) produced "nonfunctional") Also on this page it states
that deficiency of this hormone also causes "Atrophy of the gonads" (atrophy
means to waste away), "No maturation of ova, sperm", "Obesity", "Decreased
libido, potency, hair growth" and "decreased blood levels of estrogen".
(Estrogen is the female sex hormone.) Pituitary gonadotrophs stimulate the
production of sex hormones by the gonads. The hypothalamic hormone,
luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone regulates these pituitary
gonadotrophs. (Abbreviated LRH also called LRF, LH-releasing factor or
LH-releasing hormone, (LH-RH/FSH-RH), Gonadotropin releasing hormone
(abbreviated Gon-RH or GnRH)) This hormone is suppressed by neuroleptics so
here is another mechanism by which sex hormone production is inhibited
besides the inhibition due to excessive prolactin secretion. Going further
on to the sex hormones which neuroleptic drugs inhibit we will learn more
about what these drugs do to the body. Estradiol also called estrogen (some
other names are female hormone, dihydrotheelin, dihydrofollicular hormone,
dihydrofolliculin) "is essential for reproduction and female
characteristics. Its chief functions are to maintain and regulate female sex
characteristics and behavior. Its chief importance is as the major female
sex hormone with its command of female sex development and maintenance of
female body characteristics and behavior. ...Deficiency conditions include
menopause and delayed maturation." (As stated in the book "Hand Book of
Vitamins, Minerals and Hormones" on page 415) (This brings to mind a story a
man at the FDA told me of how a women he knew of that was institutionalized
because her husband who was a doctor pulled some strings with connections he
had, because he was having an affair with another woman. This man at the FDA
told me that when this woman had gotten out of the institution (in her late
30's) after years of being forced to take neuroleptics she had already gone
through menopause and her back was humped over with the characteristics of
an old woman. This same man at the FDA told me that the FDA does not conduct
animal studies to determine how these drugs affects the duration of life
span nor do they require the pharmaceutical companies to do so. Does this
shock you? After all the FDA is supposed to be charged with protecting the
safety of the public. It would be a simple thing to conduct such studies on
animals. Personally I know of two young women being held in the state
hospital in Dayton Ohio against their will and being forced to take
neuroleptics that have already had to have hysterectomies because of these
drugs.) On page 419 of the book "Handbook of Vitamins, Minerals and
Hormones" it states that deficiency of estrogen will cause "Delayed
maturation", "Female accessory and reproductive organs recess" (recess means
not to function), "Decreased female behavior pattern", "Senescence" (means
Growing old, aging), and "Menopause". Here is further proof that neuroleptic
drugs program the body to self-destruct, grow old and die and proof that
these drugs prevent reproduction. Going further another female hormone that
is stimulated by the hypothalamic hormone, luteinizing hormone-releasing
hormone through the pituitary hormone luteinizing hormone is progesterone.
So therefore neuroleptics also inhibit the production of this hormone as
well. On page 423 of the book "Handbook of Vitamins, Minerals and Hormones"
it states that progesterone "is indirectly essential for life, since it is a
precursor to aldosterone and cortisol, which is essential. Its chief
functions are to synergize the actions of estradiol (estrogen) in the female
organs, especially during pregnancy. Its importance stems from the fact that
it is a precursor to all the steroid hormones and that estradiol (estrogen)
requires its presence for many of its actions. ...Deficiency conditions
[include]... dysfunctional uterine bleeding." On page 427 under "Deficiency
Symptoms" that deficiency of progesterone causes "Termination of pregnancy",
"Decreased production of steroids", Decreased ovulation", "Loss of normal
cyclic changes" and "Decreased development for implantation and gestation".
This is shocking because neuroleptics are routinely given to pregnant women
who commonly have miscarriages and then the prescribing psychiatrists will
deny that the drugs were the cause! Going further to the male sex hormone
testosterone. Testosterone's "chief functions are: development and
maintenance of the male organs, male sex characteristics, and behavior, as
well as stimulation of growth (anabolic), and metabolism of muscles, liver;
and kidney. The chief importance of testosterone lies in its major command
of male sex development, body characteristics, and behavior. Deficiencies
include eunuchoidism, and male hypogonadism. ...Testosterone is formed
mainly in the testes (interstitial cells) but also in small amounts in the
adrenal cortex and the ovary[s]." (From page 431 of the book "Handbook of
Vitamins, Minerals and Hormones") On page 433 of this book it states that
testosterone is "essential for reproduction in all (male) vertebrates". On
page 435 of this book it states that deficiency of testosterone will cause,
"Involution of accessory organs (prostate, seminal vesicles)", (involution
is the progressive decline or degeneration of normal physiological
functioning occurring as a result of the aging process and or decrease in
size of an organ.) "Decreased male behavior patterns and libido", "Decreased
secondary sex traits", "Poor muscle development and function". Neuroleptic
drugs will destroy sexual function in men and produce sterility and will
cause musculature to waste away since this is another hormone that
neuroleptic drugs suppress the production of. See the web address below that
states that risperidone (which is a neuroleptic in a class by itself) will
cause "testicular atrophy" because of its "antidopaminergic activity". (This
web-site is open to the public but requires a password that is and can be
obtained immediately.) All neuroleptics though will cause testicular atrophy
do to hormonal suppression.
http://www.medscape.com/Medscape/MentalHealth/1997/v02.n10/mh3145.wirshing/m
h3145.wirshing.html  This link can no longer be accessed directly. You must
enter their site now and do a search using their search engine under
"testicular atrophy". It's clear they did this because I linked them. Just
use their search engine and do a search for "testicular atrophy" and
reference the article called "Atypical Antipsychotics: A Practical Review".
Then use your browser to find the phrase "testicular atrophy" on that page.
Remember you must first get your password before you can access this page.
Passwords are open to the public and all you have to do is fill out their
questionnaire.

Note: I have received this argument from someone who presented himself as a
student of biochemistry. He said that dopamine and Prolactin
Release-Inhibiting Hormone is one and the same. He also said of course a
drug acting as a dopamine antagonist is going to affect this hormone. I had
to set this man straight. I told him this: "That is not true. Prolactin
Release Inhibiting-Hormone is a chain of amino acids similar in structure to
Luteinizing Hormone-Releasing Hormone. The book I looked it up in was The
Handbook of Vitamins Minerals and Hormones a very good biochemistry fact
book. At the time of publication of this book the exact structure of
Prolactin Release-Inhibiting Hormone had not been determined but they knew
enough about it that they knew it was similar in structure to Luteinizing
Hormone-Releasing Hormone which is a chain of amino acids called a peptide
which is a small protein." I then did a search on the web for newer
information, which I found and this is what I said: "Dopamine is a mono
amine derived from the amino acids L-Tyrosine and or L-Phenylalanine it has
been called “Prolactin Inhibiting Factor” but should never be called
“hormone”. Apparently there is much confusion in the medical field regarding
this. I can understand your confusion because it has been known for years
that Dopamine affected Prolactin, but by the mechanisms pointed out in my
report. Dopamine affects the release of ALL HYPOTHALAMIC HORMONES not just
Prolactin Release Inhibiting Hormone which the hypothalamus produces. Here
is the exact amino acid sequence of PRIH; Asp - Ala - Glu - Asn - Leu -
Ile - Asp - Ser - Phe - Gln - Glu - Ile -Val - Lys - Glu - Val - Gly - Gln -
Leu - Ala - Glu - Thr - Gln - Arg - Phe - Glu - Cys - Thr - Thr - His -
Gln - Pro - Arg - Ser - Pro - Leu - Arg - Asp - Leu - Lys - Gly - Ala -
Leu - Glu - Ser - Leu - Ile - Glu - Glu - Glu - Thr - Gly - Gln - Lys -
Lys - Ile". I also told him this: "Dopamine is not a hormone but a
neurotransmitter. No doubt there are many independent neurological pathways
that utilize this stimulating neurotransmitter in the control of the release
of these hypothalamic hormones. That is why the release of these hormones
operate independently of each other and that dopamine antagonism inhibits
all hypothalamic hormone production because antagonism is not neurological
pathway specific and never will be. Which is why the drug chemical approach
to treating mental illness will never be the answer.

As has already been established neuroleptic drugs inhibit the production of
the hormone progesterone and it is a precursor to the hormone aldosterone,
(Precursor means the body uses one substance to synthesis or to produce
another substance. In simpler words the body makes the hormone aldosterone
from the hormone progesterone) so therefore aldosterone is also inhibited by
neuroleptic drugs. See the book "Handbook of Vitamins, Minerals and
Hormones" again on page 406 where many deficiency symptoms are cited which
include "Muscular weakness" and "Stress intolerance". See the book again on
page 401 where it states at the bottom of the page that aldosterone is "One
of the most essential of all hormones; absence can be fatal in [a] short
time period". Now look at the book "Facts and Comparisons" again under
"antipsychotic agents" under "adverse reactions" where it states that after
the administration of neuroleptics that "Sudden Death has occasionally been
reported." Could this perhaps at least be partly due to the inhibition of
aldosterone secretion by these neuroleptic drugs? Aldosterone secretion is
partly governed by the pituitary hormone ACTH (the abbreviation for
adrenocorticotropic hormone or adrenocorticotrophic hormone and also called
adrenocorticotropin or adrenocorticotrophin, corticotropic hormone or
corticotrophin hormone) which is in turn governed by release of the
hypothalamic hormone corticotropin-releasing hormone or
corticotrophin-releasing hormone. (Abbreviated CRH and also called CRF,
cortical-releasing factor or cortical-releasing hormone,
adrenocorticotropin-releasing factor or adrenocorticotrophin-releasing
factor, corticotropin-releasing factor or corticotrophin-releasing factor.)
See the book "Handbook of Vitamins Minerals and Hormones" again on page 342
at the bottom of the page where it states that ACTH is "one of the most
essential hormones-Absence causes notable shortening of normal life span."
Now see page 344 of this same book where it states that deficiency of ACTH
causes "Decreased weight of adrenal (atrophy)", "Decreased mobilization of
free fatty acids" (so fat can be burned as fuel). It also states here that
deficiency of ACTH causes "Decreased steroids in blood, urine (17-hydroxy
and 17-keto)" (ketones are produced as a byproduct of the burning of fat as
fuel. Since deficiency of ACTH decreases ketones it means that fat is not
being utilized as fuel which will lead to weight gain), "Fasting
hypoglycemia" and "Increased insulin sensitivity" (Which explains why it is
common for people on these neuroleptic drugs to be glucose intolerant.).
Since neuroleptic drugs inhibit the production of all these hormones
described above, they also cause all the problems associated with deficiency
of the hormones. Here is unquestionable proof that neuroleptic drugs not
only shorten life span but also destroy sexual function and fertility or the
ability to procreate offspring or have children.

Aldosterone is not the only hormone that is controlled by the ACTH CRH
hormonal cascade. ACTH and CRH also control the release of the adrenal
hormone cortisol (Also called hydrocortisone, Compound F,
17-hydroxycorticosterone. Substance M, glucocorticoid) (also cortisol is
converted into cortisone in the body). On page 407 of the book "Handbook of
Vitamins, Minerals and Hormones" it states that the "chief functions" of
cortisol "are to maintain stress reactions, capillary permeability, release
of other hormones, liver anabolism, and extrahepatic catabolism. Its chief
importance is maintenance of stress reactions". ("liver anabolism" is the
rejuvenation of the liver and liver synthesis of substances that keep the
body rejuvenated and "extrahepatic catabolism" is the burning of fat as fuel
in all parts of the body except for the liver.) Also on this page it states
that "Factors inhibiting the release" of cortisol "are: high
glucocorticoids, low ACTH, and pituitary hormones." On page 408 of this book
it states at the bottom of the page that "Absence" of cortisol "causes
shortening of life span due to inability to respond to stress situations."
On page 411 of this book it states that deficiency of cortisol causes
decreases in "Kidney function, leading to death", "Liver glycogen,
gluconeogenesis", "Intestinal absorption, blood sugar" and "Stress
response-Ultimately death". Also on page 411 it states that deficiency of
cortisol will cause increases in "Fat anabolism, hemoconcentration" (Fat
anabolism is the depositing of new fat tissue), "Muscular weakness" and
others. Here is further proof that neuroleptic drugs shorten life span.

Now on to another hormone which neuroleptic drugs suppress the release of
which is the pituitary hormone growth hormone. (Abbreviated GH and also
called somatotropin or somatotrophin, phyone, anterior pituitary growth
hormone, adenohypophyseal growth hormone, somatotrophic hormone, STH) You
may think that this is not a problem because most of the people these drugs
are given to are already adults or in their teens. (I have been recently
discovering that a growing number of children with ADD or similar "conduct
disorder" are being given these drugs.) But growth hormone has other
functions in adults.  See the book again called "Handbook of Vitamins,
Minerals and Hormones" on page 307 where it states that "Because growth
hormone controls the nitrogen balance of an organism, it is thought to be
involved in the aging process." On page 309 of this same book it states that
absence of growth hormone will result in a "decrease in normal life span."
On page 311 it states that deficiency will result in "Increased fat
deposition." The hypothalamic hormone growth hormone-releasing hormone
(abbreviated GRH and also called GHRH, GRF, somatotropin-releasing factor or
somatotrophin-releasing factor or somatotropin-releasing hormone or
somatotrophin-releasing hormone, growth hormone releasing-releasing factor
or growth hormone releasing-releasing hormone, SRF, GHRF) stimulates the
secretion of growth hormone by the pituitary. As we have already learned
neuroleptics suppress the release of both hypothalamic and pituitary
hormones. Here is further evidence that neuroleptic drugs shorten life span.
Therefore the compulsory administration of neuroleptic drugs by court order
of the state is a violation of one's right to life.

Neuroleptic drugs also possess "adrenergic blocking effects". Again
reference the book "Facts and Comparisons" under the section "Antipsychotic
agents". The book states on the first page of this section "In addition, the
drugs exert anticholinergic and alpha-adrenergic blocking effects." Also see
the book "Drug Info for the Health Care Professional" again on page 2321
under the section on phenothiazines where it sates under the subheading
"Mechanism of action/effect" that "Phenothiazines also produce an
alpha-adrenergic blocking effect." (Phenothiazines being just one of the
classes of neuroleptic drugs all of which block dopamine receptors and cause
the same effects due to blockage of these receptors.) This is so because of
the chemical similarity of dopamine to the adrenergic neurotransmitters, all
of which belong to a family of neurotransmitters called catecholamines. The
adrenergic neurotransmitters are adrenaline and noradrenaline. (Also called
epinephrine and norepinephrine) These two neurotransmitters are synthesized
or created from dopamine; thus the similarity in their molecular structure.
Both these neurotransmitters double as hormones. Since neuroleptics block or
destroy alpha-adrenergic postsynaptic receptors this would simulate a
deficiency. See the book again "Handbook of Vitamins, Minerals and Hormones"
this time under "Epinephrine".  This book states on page 445 concerning
epinephrine that "It is not essential for life, but it is indirectly
essential, since it is involved in stress responses via cortisol, which is
essential". (We have already learned the importance of cortisol.) On this
same page it states that one of the functions of epinephrine or adrenaline
is increasing metabolic rate in time of need to respond to stress or
emergency. Also see page 447 under the subheading "Essentiality for Life"
where it states that deficiency of this hormone and neurotransmitter will
cause "possible shortening of life span due to decreased response to
emergencies." So if threatened by a life threatening situation neuroleptic
drugs make one physically ill equipped to face the threat.  Also on page 448
under "Deficiency Symptoms", "Not fatal, but organism cannot respond to
emergency, hard work, temperature extreme, emotional disturbance". Not fatal
of course unless one fails to respond adequately to an emergency or dies of
heatstroke. Again see the book "Facts and Comparisons" under "Antipsychotic
Agents" under "Adverse Reactions" where it states that
"Heatstroke/Hyperpyrexia induced by neuroleptics has occurred. They may act
in several ways including disrupting the hypothalamic thermoregulator
center, alpha-adrenergic blockage and autonomic mechanisms." (Hyperpyrexia
is overheating of the body.) And of course not being able to respond to
emotional disturbance or stress blocking the stress response making one
incapable of dealing with stress thus precipitating agitation. This is
destructive to the body in it's own right so here is another way these
neuroleptic drugs shorten life span. Also appetite is controlled in part by
noradrenaline within the hypothalamus. Lowered metabolism and the compulsion
to consume more food due to increased appetite from the blockage of
noradrenaline receptors within the hypothalamus equals weight gain. It can
not be avoided. See the book again called "Facts and Comparisons" under
"antipsychotic agents" under "Adverse Reactions" under "Miscellaneous" which
states that neuroleptics will cause "increases in appetite and weight".

Neuroleptics also have "anticholinergic blocking effects". Acetylcholine is
a neurotransmitter. The brain produces an enzyme called acetylcholinesterase
to break down excess acetylcholine to prevent it from accumulating to
abnormal levels. This break down of acetylcholine by this enzyme comprises
the anticholinergic system. Neuroleptic drugs have "anticholinergic blocking
effects" meaning they cause the accumulation of acetylcholine to abnormal
levels. Nerve gas's method of causing death is by its anticholinergic
activity. Also insecticide kills insects by this same method causing an
abnormal build up of acetylcholine in the brain and nervous system of the
insect. See the book again called "Facts and Comparisons" under
"antipsychotic agents" at the bottom of the first page in this section where
it states that "In addition, the drugs exert anticholinergic and
alpha-adrenergic blocking effects." Also see the book called "Brainscapes"
by Richard M. Restak, MD published by NY Herperion (c) 1995. On page 57 of
this book it states; "As we have discussed earlier, after a neurotransmitter
and it's receptor have reacted, the process must be brought to a halt, which
is accomplished either by the destruction of the neurotransmitter and
recycling of it's constituents, or by a so-called reuptake system, whereby
the neurotransmitter is recaptured and stored once again within the vesicle.
In the case of acetylcholine, the process involves a breakdown brought about
by the enzyme acetylcholinesterase, which cleaves the neurotransmitter back
to its original chemical building blocks. This process can be interfered
with by compounds responsible for some of the worst horrors of
twentieth-century warfare. Nerve gases, such as the deadly Sarin released
into the subway system in Tokyo in March 1995, form irreversible bonds with
anticholinesterase [acetylcholinesterase], thus inhibiting the enzymes'
ability to break down acetylcholine in the synapse." Then on page 121 of
this same book it states; "In the section on neurotransmitters we mentioned
another class of neurotoxins, inhibitors of the enzyme acetylcholinesterase,
which breaks down the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Many pesticides are
designed to attack the nervous system of insects by altering the breakdown
of acetylcholine. Not surprisingly, these agents also act on our brains and
nervous systems to produce symptoms like weakness, difficulty in breathing,
visual disturbances, and in some cases explosive violence. With low rates of
exposure the problems are more subtle, a prevailing sense of tension,
disturbed sleep, restlessness, chronic anxiety, and nervousness when
standing in lines." All of these symptoms can be observed in people on
neuroleptics. For instance "visual disturbances", see the book again "Facts
and Comparisons" under "Ocular" in Adverse Reactions which states that
neuroleptics will cause "Glaucoma; photophobia; blurred vision; miosis;
mydriasis; ptosis; star-shaped lenticular opacities; epithelial
keratopathies; pigmentary retinopathy. Eye lesions may regress after drug
withdrawal." Also as Richard Restak MD reports insecticide exposure will
cause "restlessness" and or "nervousness when standing in lines."  This has
been given a name "Akathisia", see the book again "Facts and Comparisons"
under "Extrapyramidal" under "Akathisia" which states that neuroleptics
cause "a condition of constant motor restlessness [called akathisia] and may
include feelings of muscle quivering, an inability to sit still and an urge
to constantly move about." Also he reports that insecticide exposure will
cause "difficulty breathing", again see the book "Facts and Comparisons" in
the same section under "Respiratory" which states that neuroleptics cause
"Laryngospasm; bronchospasm; increased depth of respiration; dyspnea."
(Dyspnea is difficulty breathing or shortness of breath.) Also he states
that insecticide exposure will cause "weakness", again see the book "Facts
and Comparisons" in the same section under "Other CNS effects:" that
neuroleptic drugs will cause "Cerebral edema, headache, weakness, tremor,
staggering gait; twitching; tension; jitteriness; akinesia; ataxia; fatigue;
slurring [of speech]; abnormal cerebrospinal fluid proteins;" etc. Also
Richard Restak MD reports that insecticide exposure will cause "disturbed
sleep". Again see the book "Facts and Comparisons" in the same section under
"Other CNS effects" where it states that these drugs cause "insomnia" and
under "Adverse behavioral effects:" where it states that neuroleptic drugs
cause "nocturnal confusion" and "bizarre dreams". Richard Restak MD also
reports that insecticide exposure will cause "a prevailing sense of
tension", again see the book "Facts and Comparisons" under "Other CNS
effects" where it states that neuroleptics cause "tension". Also he reports
that insecticide exposure will cause "anxiety". Now see the book called "The
Essential Guide to Prescription Drugs Revised Edition" (c) 1980 by James W.
Long MD and published by Harper & Row on page 344 under haloperadol (a
neuroleptic drug) that this drug can cause "anxiety". Also Richard Restak MD
reports in his book that insecticide exposure causes "in some cases,
explosive violence." Now see the book "Facts and Comparisons" in the same
section under "Adverse behavioral effects:" where it states that
neuroleptics can cause "hyperactivity" and "agitation". (See the commentary
coming up concerning a Star Trek Voyager episode entitled "The Chute" where
the story centered on this very effect.) Of course nerve gas and insecticide
are poisons and neuroleptics have blatantly poisonous properties because
part of their function is the same as that of nerve gas and insecticide in
causing an abnormal build up of acetylcholine. In fact the very molecular
base of one class of neuroleptics called phenothiazines is used as an
insecticide! See the book again entitled "AHFS 96 Drug Information American
Hospital Formulary Service" in the second paragraph in the right column,
which states that "Phenothiazine [a class of neuroleptics] is still used as
an anthelmintic in veterinary medicine and as an insecticide." The very
insecticides that Richard Restak MD is referring to in his book
"Brainscapes" are being given to those labeled mentally ill as a claimed
"beneficial medical treatment"! Here is further evidence that neuroleptics
shorten life span. Again remember that all neuroleptics interfere with the
breakdown of acetylcholine so don't assume that because the drug isn't a
phenothiazine that it will not have these effects. Other neuroleptics may
even be worse at interfering with the break down of acetylcholine then
phenothiazine. Every time I have been on neuroleptics I have been extremely
agitated sometimes breaking things. One time I even assaulted my father
because of these drugs. These drugs can cause extreme feelings of rage. This
is precipitated by the horrible torturous feelings that these drugs induce.
This well-known effect of excess acetylcholine was even the theme for an
entertaining Star Trek Voyager episode called "The Chute" (this is an
American science fiction television show) in which two of the members of the
crew were abducted and placed aboard a space station prison. In order to
keep the prison population down the prisoners where unknowingly exposed to a
chemical that caused the build up of acetylcholine by interfering with its
breakdown. This caused the prisoners to be violent and enraged often killing
each other. After the crew members were rescued the "holographic" doctor on
Voyager revealed that it was interference with the breakdown of
acetylcholine that was causing the violence and that the prison's operators
must be using the chemical to keep the prisons population down. (Could this
be why many prisoners in the USA are forced or coerced into taking
neuroleptic drugs?) Based on this fact of neuroleptics, not only is
compulsory administration of neuroleptic drugs by court order of the state a
violation of the right to life but also the pursuit of happiness because
these drugs take away one's sense of well being causing "agitation".

This leads to another problem with neuroleptic drugs and how they take away
sense of well being. Within the limbic system of the brain is an
electrochemical cascade called the "reward system". This system is
responsible for giving a person their sense of well being. Disruption of
this electrochemical neuronal cascade results in ones sense of well being,
being supplanted with negative emotions such as anxiety, depression, anger
and generally a very negative outlook on things. The end result of the
reward system's neuronal cascade is stimulation of dopamine D2 receptors
within the nucleus accumbens and the hippocampus, which are located within
the limbic system of the brain. See a problem yet? Remember neuroleptic
drugs as you have already learned block or destroy dopamine D2 receptors
preventing their stimulation by the neurotransmitter dopamine. Again see the
book "Facts and Comparisons" under "Antipsychotic Agents" where it states on
the first page of this section; "Antipsychotics block postsynaptic dopamine
receptors in the basal ganglia, hypothalamus, limbic system, brain stem and
medulla. ...The phenothiazines appear to act at both D1 and D2 receptors,
whereas haloperadol appears to act primarily at D2 receptors."  Neuroleptics
do indeed take away one's sense of well being by utilizing more then one
mechanism. This is very self destructive to the body and will result in a
premature death if one doesn't commit suicide first. Ironically these drugs
are prescribed to people to prevent suicide when in reality they actually
promote it. Perhaps the designers of these drugs want to give the person
that extra amount to push them over the edge and actually do it. Personally
two times I was on these drugs for extended periods I attempted suicide
because of them. So here is further proof that the compulsory administration
of neuroleptic drugs because of court order of the state is not only a
violation of one's right to life but also one's right to the pursuit of
happiness. This is so since the administration of these drugs take away
sense of well being making it very difficult to feel happiness. Read the
article entitled "Reward Deficiency Syndrome" as published in "American
Scientist" magazine March-April 1996 for a detailed and in depth discussion
of this brain function called the "reward cascade". This magazine article
states on page 135 under figure 4, "If the activity of the dopamine D2
receptor is deficient, the activity of neurons in the nucleus accumbens and
the hippocampus is decreased, and the individual experiences unpleasant
emotions or cravings for substances that can provide temporary relief by
releasing dopamine." On page 132 of this article it states that disruption
of the stimulation of D2 receptors as part of the "reward cascade" will
"supplant an individual's feeling of well being with anxiety, anger or a
craving for a substance that can alleviate the negative emotions." In this
magazine article it explains that "reward deficiency syndrome" is the cause
of behavioral disorders such as attention deficit disorder (with and without
hyperactivity), personality disorder, conduct disorder, antisocial
personality, aggressive behavior, autism (autism is the abnormal
introversion and egocentricity, acceptance of fantasy rather then reality).
After reading this article I came to understand the source of many of my own
problems and why neuroleptics were exasperating them. And also why I had an
insatiable craving for alcohol whenever I was on neuroleptics that even
persisted for a long time after they were discontinued since the damage
caused by neuroleptics to dopamine receptors is long term. Again see the
book "Facts and Comparisons" under "antipsychotic agents" under "Adverse
Reactions" under "Adverse behavioral effects:" where it states that
neuroleptics will cause "...restlessness; hyperactivity; agitation; ...
depression; ... paranoid reactions." And again see the book "The Essential
Guide to Prescription Drugs Revised Edition" (c) 1980 where it states that
haloperadol (a neuroleptic) causes "anxiety". Also as reported in this
report, since these neuroleptic drugs cause adrenergic blocking and
inhibition of the adrenal hormone cortisol, these drugs reduce capacity to
deal with stress both emotionally and physically. So here is irrefutable
proof that these drugs not only take away sense of well being but also
shorten life span.

The state does NOT have the right under any circumstances to order the
compulsory administration of a substance, which shortens life span and takes
away one's sense of well being, a substance with poisonous properties like
that of nerve gas and insecticide! The constitution of the United States of
America guarantees certain inalienable rights, namely the right to liberty
(making ones own decision regarding personal matters), the right to life,
and the right to the pursuit of happiness. When the state orders the
compulsory administration of neuroleptics EVERY ONE of these inalienable
rights is being violated.

Mental health officials will first do their very best to intimidate and
coerce a "patient" into "voluntarily" taking neuroleptics before they will
attempt to get a court order that will allow them to involuntarily medicate
someone. Many times they will tell the person that they will not qualify for
social security assistance if they do not take the drugs or that they will
remain locked up in an institution if they do not take the drugs. Any call
to the Social Security Administration will reveal that it is not required
that someone takes neuroleptics in order to receive or continue to receive
social security. Perhaps what the psychiatrists are really saying is that
they will not support a disability claim if the person doesn't take the
drugs. In such case this is blackmail. Don't be tricked by a psychiatrist's
attempts to get you to try a new drug that is supposed to be "safer" then
the older ones. All neuroleptics block or destroy dopamine receptors even
the newer ones. Therefore the newer so called, "safer" neuroleptics will
also cause what has been described in this report by the very fact that they
also block or destroy dopamine receptors.

Resist psychiatric drugging. Use the evidence in this report to argue in
probate court that the involuntary administration of these drugs is a
violation of all your fundamental constitutional rights, most importantly
the right to life and the pursuit of happiness. They will not be able to get
around these two rights. They take away liberty from the "mentally ill"
under the guise that they are supposedly not competent to make their own
decisions regarding their own medical care, but they will not be able to get
around these other two rights.  If possible get your own attorney rather
then allowing the court to appoint one for you because it is my experience
that these court appointed attorneys are not really motivated to defend you
and may even be secretly serving the interest of the mental health officials
and the state. If you do not get a favorable decision in the probate court
then insist on an appeal and remember to attempt to maintain your
determination to follow fallow through with the appeal realizing that these
drugs take away your will power. Use this knowledge to fight this effect of
the drugs. If necessary appeal these constitutional issues all the way to
the Supreme Court. Only when we as a people fight and defend our rights will
changes be made, not only for our personal protection but also for that of
our loved ones and our children and our children's children. It is not just
the "mentally ill" that are affected by this. Routinely these drugs are
administered to the retarded (including children) and the elderly in nursing
homes as well as Alzheimer's patients, people with head injuries or brain
damage etc.

It is very clear that the motivation behind the administration of
neuroleptic drugs to the "mentally ill" and others is eugenic in nature. For
those who do not know what eugenics is, it is idea that the human race can
be improved by preventing "inferior stock" from reproducing and by inducing
an early death. The eugenic idea got its start with psychiatrist in the USA.
Later Hitler shocked the world with the holocaust of millions of people,
basing his program on eugenics practices that were already being carried out
in the USA. But the first to be killed in Nazi Germany was the "mentally
ill". Before Hitler did the things he did, the forced sterilization of the
"mentally ill" in the USA was common practice. But as you are already
probably starting to see after reading the evidence centered on neuroleptic
drugs, the same eugenics program is being covertly carried out under the
guise of a "beneficial medical treatment". In the 1960s, the Eugenics
Society of England adopted what they called "Crypto-eugenics", stating in
their official reports that they would do eugenics through means and
instruments not labeled as eugenics. Abortion and the push of birth control
is one of these and as it should be clear from reading this report on the
true nature of neuroleptic drugs that it is a eugenics conspiracy also.

After World War II so many psychiatrist immigrated to the USA that some time
after the war, one third of all psychiatrist in the USA were former Nazi's.

The following excerpt is taken from the public service publication entitled
"Psychiatry Destroying Religion in the Name of Salvation" by the Citizens
Commission on Human Rights under the chapter entitled "The Devil's Doctors -


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