“There’s no tragedy in life like the death of a child. Things never get back to the way they were.”
– President Dwight David Eisenhower
Below is a link that shows some of the MedWatch reports submitted to the FDA of deaths caused to babies by exposure prenatally and neonatally to psychotropic drugs. This does not include the birth defects and withdrawal syndromes for babies who did survive exposure, which seems to be the only thing we usually hear about in the media concerning the drugs’ risks for babies. These figures are based on about a four year time period and represent from 1-10% of likely actual deaths. Keep in mind that these were preventable deaths of helpless babies which would not have occurred were it not for the exposure to psychotropic drugs prenatally and neonatally.
Go to http://psychdrugdangers.com/MothersAct.html and look through the summary tables for the 1,031 Abortions, Miscarriages & Other Deaths. You can see the breakdown for each drug class.
Tomorrow, April 22 is Earth Day. It’s also the day we launch our intensive campaign to stop The MOTHERS Act with our: Stop The MOTHERS Act Action Day: All-Over-Earth Day For Healthy Births Day.
If you’re spending the day planting trees or recycling, also spend a little time taking action and getting out the word about the dangerous MOTHERS Act and what we can do to stop it.
I’ve created a Facebook event, but I am inviting everyone in the blogosphere or land of email, faxes and phones to do something to take action. If you are on Facebook, go to the event and click “attending.” Then on April 22 dedicate your Facebook activities to sharing what you’re doing to stop The MOTHERS Act, and to inviting your friends to get involved. If you’re not on Facebook, use MySpace, CafeMom, other social networking sites, and your own blog or email account to spread the word. Don’t forget if you have time on April 22 to fax or phone the Senate HELP Committee. We’ll be planting a seed in our own way.
Go to the Coalition on Facebook (http://causes.com/stopthemothersact) to join, and also go to the EVENT page to “attend” the action day launch.
Please invite all your friends and any groups you are aware of to participate.
(I am updating this post with older links which I have removed from the original article. If you are looking for the links to the business cards and flyers, they’re right here)
Cross posted: http://www.uniteforlife.org/content/view/27/2/
FOLLOW THE COALITION ON TWITTER! SIGN UP FOR UPDATES:
EMAIL THE SENATE:
HELP COMMITTEE FAX/PHONE NUMBERS:
BUSINESS CARD ADS:
NEWS!!! (As of 4/21/09)
CADIMA, or the Coalition Against The Dangerous and Invasive MOTHERS Act has reached 35 groups opposed to the bill and at least 10,248 signatures on the petition. In addition, thousands have called, faxed, or sent letters to Congress against the bill. (If I forgot to add your group, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Facebook Coalition (http://causes.com/stopthemothersact) has now reached over 439 members and grows more every day! If you haven’t joined yet, please do and please invite as many people as you can. Facebook is free to join. The coalition cause has also been posted to MySpace.
In memory of Indiana Delahunty, we are distributing this flyer for the April 22 Launch of the Global Protest:
Baby Indi’s Memorial Cards Have Arrived
If you would like me to mail you some of the new cards with Indiana Delahunty’s photo, email me at email@example.com.
While dozens of drug pushers and drugged mothers are busy blogging, twittering and calling Congress, and possibly hundreds more pharma grant recipeints or employees do the same to promote The Deadly MOTHERS Act, those who survived Columbine mark the 10 year anniversary of that drug-induced shooting. When you see this please take a moment of silence to honor those who died.
To see Michael Moore discuss Dr. Tracy’s book and the true cause of Columbine which he says he got completely wrong in Bowling For Columbine, go to http://www.drugawareness.org/ or see the full movie, The Drugging of Our Children by Gary Null, Ph.D. at http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3609599239524875493&q=DRUGGING%2BOF%2BOUR%2BCHILDREN
Dr. Tracy and others are holding a press conference in Colorado regarding Columbine today. Stay tuned for updates. Given the frequency of school shootings, this is an urgent matter that our country needs to address.
The Colorado State Department of Education adopted the following resolution when learning about the dangers of drugs that Harris and Klebold were taking which drove them to commit the heinous massacre.
|Colorado State Board of Education
Promoting The Use Of Academic
Solutions To Resolve Problems With
Behavior, Attention, And Learning
|Whereas, the Colorado State Board of Education is constitutionally charged with the general supervision of K-12 public education; and,Whereas, the Colorado State Board of Education dedicates itself to increasing academic achievement levels for all students; and,
Whereas, the responsibility of school personnel is to ensure student achievement; and,
Whereas, only medical personnel can recommend the use of prescription medications; and,
Whereas, the Colorado State Board of Education recognizes that there is much concern regarding the issue of appropriate and thorough diagnosis and medication and their impact on student achievement; and,
Whereas, there are documented incidences of highly negative consequences in which psychiatric prescription drugs have been utilized for what are essentially problems of discipline which may be related to lack of academic success;
Therefore Be It Resolved, that the Colorado State Board of Education encourage school personnel to use proven academic and/or classroom management solutions to resolve behavior, attention, and learning difficulties; and,
Be It Further Resolved, that the Colorado State Board of Education encourage greater communication and education among parents, educators, and medical professionals about the effects of psychotropic drugs on student achievement and our ability to provide a safe and civil learning environment.
November 11, 1999
On this date, the Colorado State Board of Education passed this resolution by a six-to-one vote.