RSE students warn of the dangers of Prozac - we better tell Ramtha!

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RSE students warn of the dangers of Prozac - we better tell Ramtha!

Unread post by Xylofone » Fri Oct 18, 2019 4:44 am

Posting this here since the drug and alcohol forum is locked from new topics and replies!

RSE students are passing around emails warning people of the dangers of Prozac, now that it's come to light that Prozac pushes people over the edge when they're already considering murder and suicide. The case they're discussing is one in which the plaintiffs were bribed to drop their suit against the makers of Prozac after a man on Prozac went on a crazy murder spree.

Wasn't there a time when Prozac was being promoted by Ramtha and JZ and all staff members were required/encouraged to take it? Hmmm... :lol: :roll:

Does anybody currently in RSE reading this right now (yes, you) realize that RamthaJZ promoted the same dangerous drug you're warning everyone about? Does it make you stop to think and wonder why in the world Prozac would have been promoted in the first place? Does it raise any red flags about RSE now that you are acknowledging Prozac is a dangerous drug? Seriously... think about it.

https://dcdirtylaundry.com/prozac-mass- ... -to-light/

"On Sept. 14, 1989, Wesbecker, a pressman who had been placed on long-term disability leave for severe mental illness, entered Standard Gravure around 8:30 a.m., carrying a bag full of weapons, including a semiautomatic rifle. Over the next 30 minutes, Wesbecker walked through the building, firing more than 40 rounds at those he encountered before shooting himself in the [head] with a handgun. It is the worst mass shooting in Kentucky’s history."

"Wesbecker did have thoughts about committing violence before he was started on Prozac, and even made threats to commit murder. But he didn’t kill anyone until after taking Prozac. And the charge against Prozac was: it was the chemical trigger that pushed Wesbecker over the edge from thought into horrific action. (In that regard, see the brief collection of studies I cite below.)"

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Re: RSE students warn of the dangers of Prozac - we better tell Ramtha!

Unread post by David McCarthy » Fri Oct 18, 2019 7:18 pm

Hi Xylofone,
Posting this here since the drug and alcohol forum is locked from new topics and replies!
are you sure?
This forum is not locked.

It makes perfect sense for JZRamtha to promote Prozac use at RSE.
Prozac undermines a persons ability to 'think critically'...to really 'feel' and react to the reality of what is truly going on...
A bit like losing your sense of smell and taste so you cannot detect the poison served at R$E... :sad:
as does just about every practice taught at RSE, they undermine the ability to be a fully functioning and caring human being.
The unmistakable lack of humility, humanity, love and compassion displayed by JZRamtha 'and those that sat at her table'
was a huge Red Flag for me.
Now I understand why....

David
But he has nothing on at all, cried at last the whole people....

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Re: RSE students warn of the dangers of Prozac - we better tell Ramtha!

Unread post by David McCarthy » Sat Oct 19, 2019 11:46 pm

are you sure?
This forum is not locked.
All sorted...
Thanks Xylofone for letting us know... :idea:
Somehow the reply function on this topic thread was deactivate..
those damn Black Helicopters again.. 8)

David
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