[Ibogaine] psych drug fraud

Vector Vector vector620022002 at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 7 18:35:35 EDT 2006

Not to say that psychiatric drugs aren't over prescribed without
adequete warnings and all. But saying they received additional warning
labels due to Tom Cruise is reaching a little...

The main problem with Tom Cruise is that's he's just batshit raving
insane... I really doubt he's have much positive to say about ibogaine,
considering the Church of Scientology's position on drug addiction.

The fact that he's made boatloads of cash for Viacom and they still
dropped him, says a lot for his behavior in public over the last 2
years. He's a rich movie star, good for him. If he's a closet homo, who
really cares, except for millions of housewives in middle america who
lust after him and buy tickets to his movies. But when he starts acting
like he smokes crack in public and his handlers can't stop him, then
i'm sure lots of studios want to take a few steps back. Tom Cruise's
rep isn't exactly based on being loony tunes drug guy, it's more like
mom, apple pie and average american boy makes good.

To be clear, I'm not saying anything you've mentioned isn't worth
thinking about...... I'd really wonder about anyone who started to take
it seriously because of Tom Cruise though. His overall msg to people
who are depressed is to just get over it. I'm sure it's eaisier if
you're worth 2 billion.


--- Aimee Forrester <aim_jf at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Check this video link out;
> http://cchr.org/uploads/video/no_science.wmv
> After Tom Cruise' exposure of the psych drug fraud last year the FDA
> ordered 
> those anti-depressants to carry black labels warning citizens that
> they can 
> cause suicide, violence, psychosis, mania, heart attacks and sudden
> death 
> and that sales of such anti-depressants fell a 20% - it seems like
> the 
> psychs & the pharmaceuticals have not forgiven Tom for having cut
> their 
> income which is higher than $76 billions a year a 20%. That must have
> hurt. 
> It's a hell of a lot of money!
> Just recently we all heard about the noisy split between Paramount
> (owned by 
> Viacom) and Tom. Why was Cruise slammed by Viacom's head when he had
> made 1 
> billion for them in the last year just with his last two movies War
> of the 
> Worlds and MI3? Well, the amount of money made by the movie industry
> is 
> peanuts compared to the amount of money made by the pharmaceutical
> industry. 
> In fact, it happens that William Gray, who is part of Viacom's board
> of 
> directors, is also on the board of Pfizer (the largest pharmaceutical
> company by 2004 sales). And Ivan Seidenberg, who is also part of
> Viacom's 
> board of directors, is on the board of Wyeth (the 10th largest 
> pharmaceutical company by 2004 sales). You are free to pull the
> string if 
> you want to know the whole truth... you may be very surprised.
> By the way, it seems that Viacom's shares fell as much as a 10% after
> the 
> whole thing...
> Psychiatry and the pharmaceuticals sure have the resources to create
> such a 
> huge media wave in an attempt to destroy Tom Cruise, who is putting
> their 
> risky business in danger just by unveiling the truth. If they were
> not doing 
> anything wrong why should they care about him and about what he said?
> If you not to prejudge and you care to investigate a little bit
> around on 
> your own you can find very interesting data and evidence in webs such
> as 
> www.cchr.org and others. I have also found very interesting books on
> the 
> subject. Last but not least, there is an extremely interesting video
> around 
> on the Internet they sure don't want you to watch: More Even more
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