This post copies a letter sent to Michelle O'Neill and Jeffrey Donaldson, the leaders of the two largest parties in Northern Ireland. It was sent with the letters to Eluned Morgan in Wales and Johnny Mercer in England featured here and on RxISK last week. The image is of Newgrange on the shortest day of the year - thought to be one of the most magical and hopeful symbols … [Read more...] about Escape from a Prescription Drug Maze
This the final instalment of a series that began with Being Black, and went through I Can't Breathe, I Can't Breathe II, I Can't Breathe III, To the Last Breath, and Algorithms are from Mars. There was a delay as the series has spun off a lot of other ideas that will hopefully bear fruit in time. In mid-series, George Floyd got justice but this is clearly just a beginning. … [Read more...] about Magic is from Venus
This photo is of Terence MacSwiney, in 1920 Lord Mayor of Cork in Ireland. The featured photograph on the blog front page is also of MacSwiney in October 1920. The plan was to end this series of posts starting with Being Black and Janet's email to me I can't Breathe with a final post Drawing Breath. The series with its promised completely unrealistic but only possible … [Read more...] about To The Last Breath
In early December 2020, Ian and Tania Morgan had to attend the inquest of their son Samuel in Swansea, South Wales. Sam died in January 2020, a week after he had been put on citalopram by his family doctor, Dr Adams. Sam was pretty close to a healthy volunteer. A 25 year old, sporty, successful at College, with a girlfriend - there was very little wrong with him. He likely … [Read more...] about High Noon: Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My….?
O'Neill is just about the most famous Northern Irish surname - on both sides of the 'divide'. I wrote to Onora O'Neill, 3 weeks ago, following the last post. There has not been a response. My email may have gone into spam but if it has further emails likely will also. Faced with issues like this, many public figures, not unreasonably, may think not responding is more … [Read more...] about O’Neill, O’Neill and Frontiers Psychiatry
Infection Super-Spreaders, with Michael Hengartner’s comment... I cannot recommend rejection, as this would mean to reject about 90% of clinical research and call into question everything EBM has achieved, including the Cochrane collaboration. .. opens up an unsettling vista. Calling into question EBM, and the Cochrane Collaboration, has echoes that are little short of well … [Read more...] about TRUST ME I’M NOT A DOCTOR
This is a murky story that like Study 329, to which it links, doesn’t leave anyone looking good. First the journal – Frontiers in Psychiatry – which is one of the Frontiers group of journals. As outlined in Neo-Culturalism - a must read to get what is going on here and being done to all of us - there is no-one at home in Frontiers. There is a vacuum where once the soul (or … [Read more...] about Infection Super-Spreaders: Whose Department?
Stephen O'Neill became anxious in 2016 and was given Sertraline. This caused an immediate toxic reaction that killed him, The doctors treating him invented a fictitious mental illness and both they and the coroner found it convenient to blame this fiction for Stephen's death. See The Death of Stephen O'Neill and related posts. The coroner and doctors all but laughed at the … [Read more...] about Doxycycline and Stephen O’Neill
Mid-morning, on Tuesday September 24 2019, Britain was gripped. Lots of people stopped what they were doing and turned their TVs or computers to live feed from the Supreme Court. Spider Woman (Brenda Hale) was taking on the Joker (Boris Johnson). She punched him in the nose. The Joker had suspended Parliament at a critical moment in the Brexit process. Spider Woman told … [Read more...] about There is no Sanity Claus
In Orders from Nowhere, Vaughan Gething suggested writing to Andrew Dillon of NICE. The correspondence had an Xmas Eve denouement - hence the title. It seems everybody figures NICE hold all the answers. The doctors who treated Stephen O'Neill claimed to be keeping to NICE Guidelines and only using drugs licensed by MHRA. They also conceded that Stephen was suffering from … [Read more...] about The NICE before Christmas