Times of Despair & Antidepressants, A Dangerous Cocktail

The Intellihub
Shepard Ambellas
Feb. 25, 2011

When an economic brick wall hits the average citizen smack in the face, induced from the devaluation of currency worldwide, you never know what you can expect.

The following is a horrific excerpt from the New York Times;

 

Ontario mother kills 11-year-old son with a hammer before taking her own life

New York Times
Feb. 22, 2011

“A mother facing eviction used a hammer to bludgeon her 11-year-old son to death before committing suicide by slitting her throat Friday night, San Bernardino County authorities said.

The bodies of Eddie Lopez and his 41-year-old mother Libia Lopez were found inside an Ontario shed by police around 8 p.m. after a neighbor reported seeing a dead woman, coroner’s officials said.

The boy was  beaten with a hammer and the mother cut her throat after failing to overdose on anti-depressants, investigators said.”

This tragic story is another testimony to how some humans behave in times of economic despair when their bellies become hungry and they have no place to live.

Couple that together with antidepressant medication and there is potential for disaster.

A new study shows that 1 in 4 shouldn’t take antidepressants, in fact 25% of people taking them do not even have a mental disease.

Now, due to tough economic times – rising fuel costs, food costs, and other price hikes across the board are putting a strain on the average individual and or families.

PhotobucketIt looks as if we are sitting on a powder keg waiting to explode, instigated by the very criminal global banking cartel that brought you the scam from the start.

Will the criminal banksters keep the U.S. economy propped up, or will they crash it to gain full control over the masses?

Will the banksters usher in physical martial law like they threatened in 2009?

How much can you squeeze an orange before it pops?