Thursday, June 23, 2016

"Mental Health is a Problem" by Tommy Stone

This is my website so fuck it. I am going to write my opinion. 

   Recently I've been dealing with some personal family issues that revolve around this sick disgusting act that is taking place in front of us and we don't even know it. It isn't an epidemic of heroin, coke, weed, MDMA; it is an epidemic of prescription pills. It makes me sick how easy doctors give people pills. Doing research on some of this shit in this pill cabinet. When did everyone start needing pills? I don't care what anyone says, learn your facts. Cannabis can sucker punch Big Pharma right in the balls if it ever becomes legalized. If you say otherwise, you are a moron who probably loves taking their daily dose of paxil, on top of other shit doctors shove down your throats. Imagine if your Doctor looked like a crack dealer. Would you trust his prescriptions? This world is ALL about money, not about peace and love. Governments are scared of peace and love. They profit off the hate, racism, pills, & everything they can do to make a buck. They want control and money. The world is fucked. Everyone is on pills now. Thanks doc; fuck you. Causing more problems than actual solutions. Mental Health is the World's biggest problem right now. Depression, anxiety, fear, hate, etc. We need to fix this without the use of chemicals that make your brain operate different. Big Pharma does more bad than good.

- Tommy Stone


I highly suggest watching these following films:


Prescription Thugs (2015) : In this follow-up to his film BIGGER FASTER STRONGER, director Chris Bell turns his camera on the abuse of prescription drugs and, ultimately, himself. As Bell learns more about Big Pharma, an industry he had been brought up to trust, he falls down his own hole of addiction.

The Culture High (2014) : Scours the deep-seated roots of this morally induced Marijuana campaign and reveal the fascinating path it has taken to get to where it is today.


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