End of the Pharmaceutical Dark Age near as the light of truth falls upon the “Chemical Imbalance” con


Intro by Steve Cook

The pharmaceutical crime syndicate has been caught out scamming the public yet again.

This time the longstanding psychiatric con of “chemical imbalances” in the brain that can only be “rebalanced” by dishing out dangerous drugs with horrible side effects (without the “correct chemical balance” ever having been identified) has been thoroughly exposed as another overdose  of mind-numbing pseudo-science.

The scam, of course, made a lot of money for the degenerates masterminding the unholy alliance of sociopathic drug manufacturers and the psychiatric control cult of drug pushers. It also incapacitated or murdered a large number of people in support of the globalist eugenics program to kill or cow the human race.

But it looks like the truth has finally penetrated the force-screens of disinformation for which the psycho-political-pharmaceutical con-plex is notorious.

This latest embarrassment for the subversives behind the pharmaceutical crime syndicate comes hot on the heels of the cash-and-burn of the covid psyop and the mounting vaxjab death toll.

The writing is on the wall for the genocidal scamsters as the number of people who still believe a ruddy word that dribbles from the forked tongues of these maniacs has dwindled almost to vanishing point.
Hopefully, heads will roll and these criminals will answer for the millions they have maimed and killed over the decades of the now vanishing Pharmaceutical Dark Age.

The following featured article from The Citizens Commission on Human Rights UK (CCHR UK) whose 60+ years of dedicated campaigning against psychopharmaceutical tyranny has now yielded a huge truth dividend, provides a cogent analysis of the “chemical imbalance” mass-drugging drive.

The ‘chemical imbalance’ was a psychiatric marketing tool


For decades, people have been prescribed antidepressants based on the belief that the psychiatric drugs could do something to resolve a so-called ‘chemical imbalance in the brain’.

Psychiatrists, pharmaceutical companies and their spin doctors used the idea to convince people there might be something useful in taking them, while at the same time, benefiting from increased antidepressant sales.

However, a new review of existing studies has found that depression is not likely to be caused by a chemical imbalance and has indicated people should be made aware of other options for treating it.

Consider this: if antidepressants were supposed to correct an imbalance of the brain, it would follow there would be a way of measuring when such an imbalance was corrected. For the record, there’s no way of measuring a balance or an imbalance of the brain.

Over the years, numerous requests have been made asking for data to support the claims of a chemical imbalance. The requests were never fulfilled yet psychiatrists, in an unholy alliance with pharmaceutical companies, continued to use unscientific rhetoric that resulted in a continual rise in prescriptions for the drugs. At the beginning of July, it was reported that nearly half a million more adults in England were taking antidepressants compared with the previous year.

At the end of the day, it has been indicative of an impressive marketing strategy, generating huge profits for drug companies while creating untold destruction. Since 2000, over 5 billion pounds has been spent on antidepressants in England alone. There’s no doubt this represents commercial success which has kept shareholders happy, but it has been at human expense.

There have been 151 warnings from 11 countries and the European Union warning that antidepressants cause harmful side effects. These include 37 warnings on antidepressants causing suicide risk or suicidal behaviour.

There have also been 279 studies from 35 countries showing that antidepressant drugs cause harmful side effects. These include 49 studies on antidepressants causing new-born complications and 27 studies on antidepressants causing suicide risk or suicide attempts.

The overriding factor in all of this is informed consent. By making it possible to be fully informed about the dangers of antidepressants, people can make up their own minds rather than accepting pseudoscientific claims.

Attempts will be made to protect the lucrative enterprise, but the antidepressant gravy train is like a house of cards about to fall. The time is up for the psychiatric charade.

Further reading: Antidepressants: the facts about the effects

Further reading: Psychiatric Drugs Create Violence & Suicide

Further reading: Why Psychiatry Sees Itself As A Dying Industry: A Resource On Its Failures And Critics

End of the Pharmaceutical Dark Age near as the light of truth falls upon the “Chemical Imbalance” con


9 Responses to “End of the Pharmaceutical Dark Age near as the light of truth falls upon the “Chemical Imbalance” con”

  1. ian says:

    Thanks for posting this Weaver. I’m in the process currently of trying to wean myself off SSRIs Citalopram to be exact. I’ve been on one form or another for around 30 years.

  2. Weaver says:

    I am sorry to hear that Ian as most of these things are highly addictive it is hard to come off them.
    Thank you newensign for that link to kneecap regeneration.

    • ian says:

      Yes Weaver, I’ve always struggled. school days right through to now and I’m 71. When Hoffman LaRoche brought out Vallium I was put onto them, and if I’m honest, in my naivety, I loved them, they answered my prayers. Then it became difficult to keep to the same doseage, long story short, I got myself off them, but it wasn’t easy. Then SSRIs not addictive they told me, very effective. Neither was true, and that’ where I am now. I was and probably still am very insecure, and I used to trust the Doctors. No more though. I can be quite strong willed when necessary, so I’ll see how it goes.

  3. danceaway says:

    Ian, my understanding is that one must wean off this medication very very slowly, even going so far as to cut tablets or capsules in half.

    It would not do any harm to try to find a homeopath in your area who could prescribe remedies to help your body with the adjustment process. A good homeopath is a treasure.

    • pete fairhurst says:

      I concur 100% danceaway. My wife’s experience is similar, she never used vallium, but she’s had 30+years of citalopram. And she’s struggled to get off the damn things. Past reassurances about addiction were false. She’s significantly reduced her dose more than once, but she’s never managed zero. Her current level is much lower than original prescription, two thirds lower, and she’s having another crack now

      The other point she would make is that she will not attempt to reduce during the late autumn or winter. Only during spring, summer and early autumn when life is sweeter. Current plan is for final elimination starting next Spring

      Our brilliant homeopath, holistic healer, come nutritionist lady told her that she needs to stop taking them and that slowly, slowly is absolutely essential. And that, when she has stopped then, she will then prescribe her natural remedies to mitigate the symptoms of withdrawal ie her help will come AFTER elimination

  4. ian says:

    Thanks for the suggestion danceaway I’ll keep an eye out.

  5. Weaver says:

    At least Ian it helps to be “strong-willed” as you say and your strength of character will help you through this transition. Good advice from danceaway as well.

  6. ian says:

    Thanks to you all. To be honest, Tap’ regulars are more like family to me now. Much appreciated guys.