The Elderly Are Being Drugged (It’s been going on for years and its legal)

Most people know that thousands of elderly patients in care homes were killed with midazolam during the last two years.

But that’s just the tip of a very large iceberg.

Tens of thousands of elderly people have for years been spending their final years in a drug-induced stupor.

In hospitals and nursing homes everywhere, elderly patients are being subdued and sedated with tranquillisers and sleeping tablets.

It’s much easier to run either type of institution if the inmates spend most of their time sleeping.

Politicians have made things considerably worse by giving nurses legal authority to give old people drugs without their permission or authorisation.

The result of this is that hundreds of thousands of elderly people spend their final years unaware of what is going on around them; forcibly drugged into State-approved senselessness.

Makes you ashamed to be human doesn’t it?

A friend of mine who is a doctor tells me that every time he visits his mother (who now resides in an expensive nursing home) he finds her asleep.

Each time he visits he demands to see the drug records and discovers yet again that his mother has been drugged.

He insists that the medication be withdrawn.

For a few days his mother becomes alert and awake.

Then, when they get fed up with nursing her, the staff start dishing out the pills again.

That’s the way the elderly are treated these days.

With contempt.

Taken from Coleman’s Laws by Vernon Coleman, which is available as an eBook and a paperback.

Copyright Vernon Coleman February 2022


3 Responses to “The Elderly Are Being Drugged (It’s been going on for years and its legal)”

  1. ian says:

    undoubtedly and unpleasantly the truth. Old folks homes are awful places. My sister in law’s mother was in hospital during the Covid scamdemic. In her eighties. A quiet shy and very pleasant lady, she was finally moved down to a local old folks home, where it was discovered by the Doctor there, that apart from sores and other problems, she had a broken leg. The family got to see her, but she was broken and only lasted a couple of weeks before she died. I am struggling to write this.

    • Tapestry says:

      The nice homes run by kind individuals were cleverly got rid of by oppressive bureaucracy, so they always decided to sell rather than face the constant bullying. The buyers were invariably large organisations who have no sympathy or human compassion. A lady we knew who looked after my dad said they came round made her chnage the curtains so they matched the bedding and put locks on the doors. The next official came round and made her take the locks off again and change the curtains so they didn’t match. She realised this harassment would never end and realised that she was required to sell her business, with the officials working in cahoots with the takeover, no doubt getting paid. She was a wonderful person and so good with old people. It made you angry to hear her story.

  2. owain says:

    Not only abuse in care homes.
    In retirement housing run by so called charities…they “manage” the residents by fabricating false breaches of tenancy against that “they have got something on them”…making them shut up if the tenants/residents have something to say about abusive “managers” or abusive practices at the “retirement” homes.
    Tenants are routinely fitted up for eviction if they dare to speak up with inconvenient feedback , complaints, or have legitimate fear for their safety at their homes.
    Even speaking up about fire safety breaches, gets the tenants/old age residents a written warning and threat of eviction for something they did not do.
    Its all done in a very sneakily and deviously in a way so as to be very difficult to prove or remove…and protestations of innocence by the old age residents are met with more of the same…smearing and false accusations / threats of eviction by housing “customer relations” teams.
    No wonder people in social housing have burned to death because of management breaches in fire safety,
    or they woulkd have to suffer the harassment and fear of being thrown into the gutter/falsely evicted for speaking up.
    This is the (abuse of) power that large Private registered Housing institutions have in the UK.