Germanwings jetliner catastrophe: The first antidepressant drug-induced mass murder of the skies?

If MacDonalds can be held liable for coffee too hot; if bar tenders can be held liable for not refusing drinks to drunks, if tobacco companies and asbestos companies can be held liable for damages caused by their products, shouldn’t drug companies be held liable for damages and deaths caused by their products and psychologists for lack of supposedly proper judgment – i.e. ‘malpractice’, ‘malfeasance’…? The proof is in the pudding which this other blog post lists quite definitively. How long must this foolishness go on before cause and effect is realized and pinned down. Where is the FDA on these issues?  A word to the wise should be sufficient…what we need is more men and women to seek and practice wisdom.

“If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God who gives liberally and without reproach and it will be given to him.” James 1:5

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My hope is that readers will see the statistics given in the link and post below and see wisdom therein.

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By Mike Adams

(NaturalNews) The Germanwings air catastrophe is now being widely reported as a murder-suicide, based on audio evidence that paints the picture of a co-pilot locking everyone else out of the flight deck while he calmly flew the plane onto a collision course with a mountain.

Our hearts and prayers go out to all those lost in this horrible tragedy, yet we must also ask: Could this have been prevented? Was it caused by mind-altering prescription medications?

The Mirror (UK) is now reporting that “Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz ‘suffered burnout or depression’ a few years ago, a former classmate has claimed.”

The reported behavior of Andrea Lubitz is eerily similar to SSRI-drug-induced school shooters who carried out mass murders in the United States (see detailed list below). In case after case, school shooters have been found to either be on prescription antidepressant drugs or recently taken off…

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