101: BEN BATHEN TELLS HOW HE WAS BUTCHERED BY PSYCHIATRY (with the right audio)

HE WAS PRESSURED TO TAKE SSRI DRUGS, AND THEY DAMAGED HIS BRAIN. HE HAD TEMPORARY PSYCHOSIS AND NOW HAS PERMANENT TARDIVE DYSKINESIA. HIS PSYCHOLOGIST GOT HIM THROWN INTO PRISON FOR TWO YEARS.

  
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(ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED WITH THE WRONG AUDIO)

Ben is a brilliant computer engineer who once worked for Google. He trusted his doctors and believed in their competence. But he learned through hard experience that he had to learn about his problems on his own.

Most psychiatrists believe their drugs work and are non-toxic. You don’t have to be a Google engineer to understand that this is a pack of lies.

You have also heard recently that the most profitable drug in history—no, the most profitable product in history—is “safe and effective.” See my other podcasts for more about the Covid “vaccine.” HERE is a blog describing how the vax is worse than the disease. 

Ben’s problems started when he was in his mid-20s and was stressed by an 80-plus-hour-a-week programming job. A psychologist pressured him to take medications. Ben didn’t like the idea, but after a lot of convincing, he caved and over several years took a series of different psychiatric drugs.

This entire experience was a calamity. Ben learned later that there was a genetic test that would have predicted that he was susceptible to terrible reactions to these medications. No one told him what was happening to him, so he read many of the same sources I used for my book Butchered by “Healthcare.” He learned, among many other things, that few psychiatric drugs have been studied properly using sugar-pill controls. He also learned from personal experience that they are addictive and that withdrawal from them is far more brutal than withdrawal from opioids. Pharma’s marketing claims that SSRIs are not addictive. 

He ended up in prison due to a drug reaction that is fairly common. I will not spoil the story, so please listen. You will also hear about people who had far worse experiences than Ben. He also developed chronic, but fortunately mild, tardive dyskinesia. This is a form of drug-induced brain damage. According to the Big Pharma marketing, it’s rare with SSRIs.

If you want to listen to the chapter from my book describing these drugs, see this LINK. Butchered by “Healthcare” is available on Kindle for $3.00, and the references are linked. You will learn that Ben’s story is far from unique.

And yes, this is episode 101 of Surviving Healthcare!