(NaturalNews) Today we've published an exclusive interview with Amy Philo, winner of the 2008 Human Rights Award from the Citizens' Commission on Human Rights (www.CCHR.org
). After experiencing a horrifying episode of hallucinations following the taking of prescribed psychiatric drugs, Amy Philo was essentially kidnapped by psychiatric doctors and forced to undergo a doubling of the dosage, and at one point the side effects of the mind-altering drugs were so strong, she thought she was going to kill her newborn child.
Amy is now an outspoken opponent of psychiatric drugs, and she tells her story in an exclusive video interview just published on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9trXZrzWkvA
As a strong opponent of the MOTHERS Act
(a dastardly law that would attempt to put expectant mothers on antidepressant drugs), Amy is working to educate moms about the significant dangers of psychiatric drugs. Several of her articles are available at www.UniteForLife.org
The psychiatric industry is attempting to place every human being on at least one prescription drug by diagnosing each person with one or more "disorders." From the day you're born to the day you die, there's something wrong with the chemicals in your brain, say the psychiatrists; and only drugs can "balance" your brain and make you "normal" again.
But psychiatrists aren't the only ones who can invent fictitious diseases: You can do it yourself, right on the web, with the help of the Disease Mongering Engine
I invented a couple of years back:http://www.naturalnews.com/disease-mongering...
Just click the link above to try out the engine yourself and invent all the fictitious diseases and disorders you want! (Maybe you'll be offered a job in a Big Pharma marketing department...)
And don't forget to watch Amy Philo's video interview here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9trXZrzWkvA
Spread the word about this interview to all expectant mothers. Antidepressant drugs
do NOT belong in the body of a fetus or a newborn. Babies need nutrition, not drugs. This should be obvious from the start.