Behavioural Medicine : The future of education

Behavioural Medicine : The future of education








30 August 2012

Behavioural medicine as presented by the Institute for Government, deceptively holds the pretence that they are speaking of advice to help a person get onto a better health plan.[1] They fail to connect medicine as in medication, in their push for behavioural change to suit the policies of the corporate crown, which we get second hand… believing it to be from the elected government sitting in Parliament. 

We  also know from the Olympic extravaganza, they are to use it in the schools to excite the children to get onto a health plan, they say to shift them to a healthier lifestyle under the mantle of SPORT. They are calling this the Olympic Legacy and placed Tony Blair as its chief advisor.

Behavioural Medicine : The future of education

Let us look a couple of years into the future when such plans will include a psychiatric evaluation to help with a healthy mind,[2] then consider the fact all parents have signed all medical permissions to the schools, or full power of attorney has shifted from the parent to the corporate schools through a deceptive demand off parents to hand over such medical permissions each time there is a school trip.
Do you then trust this corporate beast to not decide that our children, specifically those not taking the Fourth Reich programming well, are in need of medication in order their behaviour changes to one of absolute conformity to the script of the corporate monster in full control of our education system?[3]

Here are a few of the known toxic concoctions pushed on children by psychiatrist’s after they are deemed in need of medical help, to ensure they get the behaviour change required for full and complete compliance to the script of the corporate curriculum :

Thanks to aggressive marketing techniques, pharmaceutical companies are raking in profits from atypical antipsychotic medications – drugs originally approved for mental illnesses that are as serious as they are rare.

It’s no surprise then that a major portion of the sales of these types of “hard-core” psychiatric drugs come from off-label uses. Drugs such as Seroquel, Zyprexa, Risperdal and Abilify are now increasingly prescribed by psychiatrists and primary-care doctors to treat conditions they were never intended or approved for, such as :

Attention-deficit disorder (ADD)
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Behavioural problems, and

Illegal Marketing Largely Responsible for Skyrocketing Misuse of Dangerous Antipsychotics in Children
Most of the atypical antipsychotics were approved in the 1990’s, at which time they were reserved for a very small minority of serious mental illnesses; primarily schizophrenia and bipolar disorder – diseases afflicting an estimated three percent of Americans. More recently, some atypical antipsychotics have also been approved for the treatment of severe depression. Shockingly, children as young as 18 months are now receiving antipsychotic drugs, despite the fact that the diseases they’re designed to treat rarely develop before adolescence.

  • Drug makers are increasingly getting caught in the act of illegal marketing of this class of drugs :
    In July, GlaxoSmithKline was found guilty of the largest health fraud in US history, and was fined $3 billion after pleading guilty to three counts of criminal misdemeanour and other civil liabilities relating to a number of different drugs, including Paxil and Wellbutrin
  • In June, Johnson & Johnson agreed to pay $2.2 billion for illegally marketing its drug Risperdal
  • In 2009 Eli Lilly was fined $1.4 billion for the illegal marketing of its antipsychotic drug Zyprexa
    Bristol Myers Squibb was fined $515 million in 2007 to settle charges of illegal marketing of Abilify to child psychiatrists.
  • Pfizer paid $301 million for illegal marketing of its drug Geodon, and
    AstraZeneca has paid out $520 million to settle illegal marketing charges of Seroquel

In each of these cases, the drug manufacturers were targeting children, despite the fact that none of the drugs in question were approved for use in that age group. To understand how effective these illegal marketing schemes are, consider that sales of antipsychotic drugs to children have increased eight-fold since 1993. Sales to teens have quintupled, while adult sales doubled in the same time frame. In 2008 alone, an estimated $6 billion was spent on off-label antipsychotics in the US, of which $5.4 billion was for uses based on uncertain evidence!
[1] Medicating for the slave mentality : Society of Behavioural Medicine
[2] About the TeenScreen National Center : We are committed to translating science into service by working to have mental health screenings incorporated into routine adolescent health care. Source
[3] In Profile : Froebel Education Method and the Third Reich
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