If you are a human being and not a heartless, corrupt, evil, kidnapping Satanist, you will want to read this post. Trigger warning. The following post is uncomfortable and triggering for victims of trauma, abuse, and child sexual abuse.
Before I get into this topic, a little introduction is needed. In case you have been living under a rock, the awareness of child kidnapping, child trafficking and pedophilia, sex slavery and organ trafficking has reached an all-time high. I appeared on Evelyn Pringle’s radio program, Focus on the Facts, no less than three times in the past few months to discuss this scandal (child trafficking, child pornography, Wikileaks, The Podesta Emails, Spirit Cooking – yes Spirit Cooking – Satanism, child abuse, missing kids, The Clinton Foundation). Unsurprisingly but quite spookily, during one of our programs, the phone lines got cut off and the radio show went silent after mentioning The Clinton Foundation. Someone intentionally (obviously) severed the internet connection for the radio station for the remainder of the day.
I almost couldn’t believe my eyes today when someone added this post to the Voat message boards regarding Mental Health of Mothers becoming a target of the government for removing babies from families. It should be an obvious risk to anyone who reads this blog, and yet I must reiterate it to you because I feel too many people are totally complacent.
This is what Evelyn, myself, and numerous of you who are subscribers to our newsgroups and YouTube channels have been saying without getting quite as explicit into the mental health related aspects of this for a very long time, but there are enough connections and there is enough evidence to make the following explicit statement:
Do not, under any circumstances, admit that you are depressed, to your doctor, to your friends or neighbors. Do not show weakness. There is nobody that you can trust, short of perhaps, your spouse, or your parents, but depending upon what your family is like, not even then, unfortunately. Spouses who cannot keep their mouths shut have been known to get CPS called simply by telling friends, neighbors or CPS that their spouse was abusive. In response, unfortunately it seems that all CPS needs to do is accuse the mother of mental illness and the kids are suddenly at risk of being removed. And what happens to these kids? The Foster Care System is 100% risky and the worst thing that can happen is that your children die! I am dead serious. Kids go missing, and nobody finds them. Kids get raped, and nobody stops the rapist. And there are very powerful people who are involved in this. Recently there have been at least approaching 2000 arrests in the U.S. and Canada since January 20 involving pedophilia busts. Too many of these to mention involved rescuing children from Foster Care. Too many of those arrested were involved in the government, they were doctors, teachers, foster parents, or other people in positions of authority.
CPS, or as I refer to them, Child Procurement Services, is compromised. I will not state that every CPS worker is compromised. But it is unprecedented for me to say something like this on my website because it is not a mainstream idea to say so. Medical Kidnap and other sites have said this in the past, but I am finally going to generalize here.
I will back up. During law school I wrote a paper for my Civil Rights Litigation course on The MOTHERS Act. After asserting in this paper that the mental health screening involved in the New Jersey legislation (mandatory screening of all mothers) is a violation of our fourth amendment rights against unreasonable searches and seizures, I got an A on this paper. I’m not going to post the paper here (boring). All but one of my classmates voted to approve my position and sided with my argument in a mock Supreme Court case brief presentation. The one who did not is a CPS apologist and does not seem to see the risk at all.
The entire child trafficking / human trafficking issue is so widespread it is difficult to even comprehend.
Laura Silsby is a convicted kidnapper. She was caught trafficking 33 children from Haiti while trying to take them to the Dominican Republic. The Clintons eventually got her out of jail in Haiti and she is now living in the US working for AlertSense. AlertSense works with our government to run the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children as well as Amber Alert systems. Their website depicts a creepy hand reaching out as though it is about to grab someone. There is masonic imagery on this site as well. Nobody has answered the question of why AlertSense has blocked myself, or numerous other researchers for asking the question on Twitter of WHY on earth they are employing a convicted kidnapper at their company. She is the VP of Marketing or some stupid c### like that.
Please return to this article in the future as I am planning to launch a separate website to address this issue and I will need your help to spread the word. – Amy James
Child kidnap: Is government fabricating mental health records of new mothers to justify removal of children? British MP Tim “This council actively seeks opportunities to remove babies from mothers” (pizzagate)
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Is the government preying on the mental health of vulnerable new mothers to justify the removal of the child into care? British MP Tim Yeo says “This council actively seeks opportunities to remove babies from their mothers”.
British MP concerns on government social services effectively child kidnapping, see link
Social workers who forced a couple to give up their 11-week-old baby for adoption have been accused of ‘child kidnap’ by an MP. Staff waited until the girl’s father was out before launching a raid with police at the family home to ‘snatch the baby from the arms of her mother’. Tory MP Tim Yeo used Parliamentary privilege to make the allegations in the Commons, saying Suffolk County Council had declared the couple to be unfit parents despite having no evidence of physical or emotional abuse.
Potential Disney involvement harvesting mental health data? Disney have access to sensitive information that could be used against parents.
Bounty, a private promotions company formally owned by Kaboose and bought out by Disney, pays £2.3 million to hospitals across the UK. In return, its sales reps are allowed immediate access to maternity wards within a few hours of childbirth, to distribute promotional baby bags full of samples and discount vouchers.
Bounty also record personal details of the mom and child including taking several photographs of the child. After harvesting the personal details of new mothers, which importantly include details of any mental health issues such as post natal depression and anxiety, Bounty then sells them onto interested commercial partners and third parties.
Who are these third parties? Could this information file shared by government agencies, such as social services who have been alleged to provide babies for the elite to order, as alleged by Carol Woods? See whistleblower Carol Woods on falsifying reports against suspected vulnerable parents to ensure babies are taken into social care.
Any excuse for removal?
Depression two years prior, baby taken into social care
NHS hospital staff raise concerns over parents discussing the benefits of formula milk: One week old baby taken into social care http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/02/16/parents-had-week-old-baby-taken-away-social-services-father/
by John Breeding, PhD and Amy Philo
Working with others, we strive to alleviate distress and to support and enhance the personal growth, transformation, individuation, self-determination, and clear and expanded awareness of individuals. Necessity dictates that we also spend a lot of time challenging aspects of the mental health profession that do the opposite—creating more distress, suppressing growth and transformation, violating self-determination, and dulling and blinding awareness. We call it psychiatric oppression, the systematic, institutionalized mistreatment of those judged as “mentally ill.” This essay focuses especially on the ever expanding encroachment of psychiatric oppression to more and more of the population, and to individuals who are less and less in need of actual help. This encroachment takes the form of mass marketing for psychiatry and the pharmaceutical industry. One key aspect of oppression theory is the claim to virtue. For psychiatric oppression that claim is the notion that mentally ill people need their treatment; its growing extension is the concept of prevention, that potentially mentally ill people need treatment as well!
The Regressive Progression: Treatment to Prevention
“An ounce of prevention is a pound of cure.” Like all great aphorisms, this one, often associated with Ben Franklin, holds wisdom and is partly true, based on assumption. In this case, one must assume the role of victim of unnecessary malady that necessitates a cure…and that there is a felt connection or empathic relatedness to the one who suffers malady. Where these assumptions are not met, the aphorism is false. To wit, for the giant corporation of Halliburton and its government and military operations group, or for the mercenary army of Blackwater, going to war is worth a great deal more than diplomacy.
pHARMa: Putting a price on the lives of American moms and babies
Oh, what did you see, my blue eyed son?
And what did you see, my darling young one?
I saw a newborn baby with wild wolves all around it
I saw a highway of diamonds with nobody on it
I saw a black branch with blood that kept drippin’
I saw a room full of men with their hammers a-bleedin’
I saw a white ladder all covered with water
I saw ten thousand talkers whose tongues were all broken
I saw guns and sharp swords in the hands of young children
And it’s a hard, it’s a hard, it’s a hard, and it’s a hard
It’s a hard rain’s a-gonna fall.
Two days ago, The MOTHERS Act and several other dangerous psych programs passed the house after being stuck in the 2400 page Senate Health Care Bill. Today, President Obama, a former co-sponsor of The MOTHERS Act in the Senate, signed the bill into law.
Two years and two months ago Dr. Ann Blake Tracy, Camille Milke and I, as heads of CHAADA, UNITE, COPES and ICFDA collaborated on a press release to be sent to the public, media and Congress regarding our opposition to The MOTHERS Act. We created a petition and within days we had hundreds of signatures from around the country. I spent the next two months calling people all day and sending emails, writing press releases and trying to update my website with the numerous radio shows where we would spread the word about the fight to save America’s mothers from an invasive government screening program.
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Here is a heads up that Congress is considering further funding additional new organizations to promote medication to pregnant and new moms. This bill proposes $5 million in funding per year through 2020 ($25 million if you’re bad at math).
In order to self-promote their organization, Postpartum Support International and Postpartum Progress are going on vacay and having a walk on June 18 in Utah. What a nice way to get out of the Atlanta heat… I hear Utah is nice in June what with the antidepressants and the new generation of atypical antipsychotics and all of the psychiatric proselytizing. Jenny Hatch, Christian Delahunty, Ann Blake Tracy, anyone else in Utah care to sign up to support their cause by giving them a giant thumbs up for drugs? Didn’t think so…
As if passing the weakened MOTHERS Act through Obamacare was not bad enough… we now have S 2311 and HB 3235 which are designed to fund programs to flat out increase the number of women being screened and treated for “perinatal mood disorders.” Literally, they took the objections we passed onto the HELP Committee and straight up wrote those objections into positive statements and proposed them as new laws. You don’t like that we want to increase the number of moms taking meds? Well how about we just go for 90% this time instead. No, bully… how about no.
The bill claims that 90 percent of women with PPD or perinatal mood disorders (during pregnancy and beyond) benefit from a combination of medication and counseling. Translation: 90% of mothers who are diagnosed through our EPDS, triple-the-number-of-women-diagnosed screening methods will need to be placed on meds per a government law to screen them and diagnose them with some doctor they have on the other side of a FaceTime screen in the OBGYN’s office. This is a blatant lie!!!
Medication is not effective for perinatal mood disorders! Not one of them has been approved for pregnant and postpartum women by the FDA and these uses are off label. This is otherwise known as FRAUD, and if this gets funded into Medicaid you will have another whistleblower lawsuit on your hands, Pharma…
To market them as such is illegal, which is why Postpartum Support International’s little friends have to try to pass a shady awareness campaign law to get it done. As if working for GSK’s marketing ghostwriting firm doesn’t get you far enough, when you move past that and into the revolving door of pharma front groups you can do all the off label marketing you want through the magic of nonprofit activism!
It is well established that antidepressants show no benefit over a placebo and when all the studies conducted are included, they actually have a negative effect. The side effects include suicide, which the namesake of this bill fell victim to after her psychiatric treatment started.
The namesake of this bill (Not Melanie Stokes this time) died after being hospitalized in a psychiatric ward and treated for postpartum mood disorders and PTSD. Postpartum Progress is organizing a fundraiser in Utah near the home of this psych victim… I guess they don’t have enough money for their organizations yet. This bill also includes remote psychiatric consults (dial a doc) as well as some interesting text and congressional findings.
“Congress finds as follows:
(1) Depression is a medical, physiologic illness, and not a sign of weakness or poor parenting.
(2) Maternal depression includes major and minor depressive episodes that occur during pregnancy or in the first 12 months after delivery.
(3) An estimated 9 to 16 percent of new mothers experience postpartum depression.
(4) Every year, more than 400,000 infants are born to mothers who have depression, which makes perinatal depression the most underdiagnosed obstetric complication in the United States.
(5) The consequences of maternal depression include poor bonding between mother and infant, which may have negative effects on cognitive development, social-emotional development, and behavior of the child
(6) Maternal suicide exceeds hemorrhage and hypertensive disorders as a cause of maternal mortality.
(7) About 90 percent of women who have maternal depression can be treated successfully with a combination of medication and counseling.
(8) States and professional organizations are taking the lead in addressing this problem, through public awareness campaigns, resource collection, and even promoting phone consultations.
(9) Congress should provide resources to support State teams, and help them find innovative solutions to this problem.”
Before I go on much further, take a look at the text of the bill on Congress.gov and see for yourself.
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So, long story short, someone has reported my video to YouTube and they removed it and blocked it in 167 countries (hello, everywhere) because of the song In My Life by The Beatles. I contested this on Fair Use grounds but they didn’t do anything. So I ended up just deleting the audio from the second song, making the video appropriate for deaf people only, or those of you watching at work or while in class (you know who you are). Which is fine, because here is another link to the video, if you like listening to music too: (aka, please share this video) http://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x2u50f3
If you’ve never seen my video, I created this several years back when we were fighting against The MOTHERS Act. It tells my story of what can happen if you take Zoloft. Not a day goes by that I am not thankful to be alive and have all of my children here today. To anyone who thinks that you need to take psychotropic drugs to fix whatever your problem is, let this video be a warning to you.
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Trigger warning! This post is full of angry rants from yours truly. I’m really getting fed up with reading the same tragic stories every day and knowing how preventable they are. It talks about babies dying and CPS and PPD and police so if you aren’t in the mood, best to keep clicking elsewhere.
So, today I was tagged in a post about a celebrity talking about her PPD. Thanks Facebook for ruining an otherwise perfectly productive day.
Who the heck is Hayden Panettiere? Oh that’s right, there’s a little thing called Google. Whoever she is, I can look her up if I care. Ever since I got a divorce and quit watching TV I feel as though I started living under a rock. Regularly my online friends write on Facebook about what shows they are watching and all I can think is how do you have the time? A J.D. and a new husband and several children and jobs later, I find myself being tagged in posts regarding postpartum depression to this day. Such and such celebrity is talking about her bout with postpartum depression.
So I click on the link I was just tagged in and I see a familiar looking face. Is she the actress from Heroes? I don’t know but why is she so depressed? I mean she’s gorgeous and famous and rich so why is she depressed? If only I could write something about her being depressed that would help someone else not be depressed. If they could only take enough of XYZ supplement or get proper sunshine or exercise… or social support.
I feel almost like I am watching the entire world self destructing sometimes. I hear about so many people suffering the same exact “side” effects from their medications every day that any time I see a sick baby or a dying baby on a mommy group or a birthing group, I assume that the baby was exposed to a psychiatric drug or to Zofran or to some crazy vaccine.
There are just as many people who think this way like I do now, as there are people out there talking about their depression and the drugs that saved them. I wonder how long the world has been like this. Some of the people I know who have lost almost everything carry on without needing to use drugs any more. A friend of mine lost her son to suicide from antidepressants, and 10 years later, lost her only other child who was murdered by her boyfriend. Another friend of mine lost her daughter to Effexor. Another lost her son to Effexor and then had a miscarriage. Another lost her son to Effexor and is a single mother. Another friend was abandoned by her father’s child and raises him alone. She’s suffered more from the choice to keep her child than most people suffer in a lifetime and yet she carries on and writes about how much joy he brings her life. These friends aren’t banging a drum for drugs or why we need them and they aren’t talking about how brave they are for talking about their depression. They’re talking about how depressed they are after losing their children and how much it sucks having to live with that because of a drug they took. Nothing, not social awareness of depression, or talking about their depression to their doctors, or all the money in the world is ever going to bring those children back.
I feel sorry for anyone who is going through postpartum depression and at the same time, I am irritated because these messages do not come with an answer for people watching. Disease promotion and awareness really do not do anyone any good. Yes, please by all means, do not be afraid to reach out for help. But it is not that simple. The people who need help the most are the ones who can’t afford to take the risk of reaching out, because of the havoc that would surely ensue. If you have PPD, yes go to your doctor and get your meds and all will be ok, right? Wrong. Well, just mention that you’re depressed, but don’t say you have any homicidal thoughts and you’ll be ok, right? Wrong. Well, not unless you’re a famous actress. Because that will create an imaginary bubble of safety around your child’s body and he will become immune from the sedating effects of drugs in breast milk. Your future pregnancies will be risk-free as well. Celebrity babies can’t get heart defects or PPHN.
In an ideal world the help available would be provided by someone who holds our trust, who offers a real solution or constructive advice, or who is there for you. It would be help free of consequences like the 100 side effects on the back of a drug label ranging from heart defects to suicide and homicide. And it would be help free of calls to CPS or police, or help that wouldn’t come up in future court cases with your future ex-husbands. It would be help free of a law requiring your therapist to report you or spend time in jail for a felony. You shouldn’t have to wear a disguise or create a fake online identity and learn computer security just to be able to talk to someone skilled in therapy about a time of crisis in your life.
I am starting to get older and I feel like I have watched the same story unfold over and over online a million times. The second that a mom admits she has feelings, CPS is called. Today I read about a mother whose son is in the hospital on breathing machines. When she became disgruntled with his care and he was getting worse, she requested a transfer. The hospital had asked this mother to quiet her crying. The next thing you know, CPS was being called and she was banned from seeing her son. The hospital immediately took protective custody of him.
Another story. A man became suicidal and told his wife about it. Family members found out and called police. Before you know it the man is in protective custody. No matter what the family wants, or what the man wants, cocktails of drugs are given to him and the family is treated like their wishes do not matter because the psychiatrist knows best. Civil rights are meaningless if a psychiatrist is standing there with emergency custody over your body.
The truth about having feelings today is not that you need to be brave enough to share them or strong enough to ask for drugs. The truth about feelings today is that you need to be brave enough to hide them and strong enough to handle it on your own without asking for help or God forbid, telling the wrong person. That is because there are some things you cannot say to a doctor or a therapist without consequences. The consequences of reaching out are not public admiration and praise. The consequences are CPS, protective custody, forced drugging and birth defects, suicide and homicide. Stop worrying so much about gun control and start worrying more about psychiatry, medical professionals, therapists, and the state trampling on our rights. Start worrying about what you don’t know about drugs and how that could hurt you or your children. There will always be depression, there will always be weapons, there will always be pain and death. But there will also always be baby smiles, flowers, music and comedy. There will be children, and grandchildren who will live on when you are gone if you are lucky.
So until you’re ready to go, make the most of the time you have and make it a drug-free life.