Written by Mitch Santell
The most common comment that I hear in casual conversation or on the phone is “why have so many American’s lost their empathy and sympathy for others?”
We do not see the world the way the world is; we see the world the way we are.
President Trump talked and campaigned in a Dystopian America. His critics claim that Trump is wrong and delusional. Trump is right, we are in a Dystopian America. Why? There are more Americans each day who die from a Heroin or Opiate Drug overdose than from a car accident. Trump knows this and is taking action. More U.S. Military die from suicide than die in battle. Since 9/11, America has shifted from the Constitutional Republic into a Corporatocracy. Have you accepted this? I have, I no longer live in denial.
You can’t think because there are too many distractions. Think now why over 60% of Americans are on a Big-Pharma drug.
Nearly 3 in 5 American adults take a prescription drug, up markedly since 2000 because of much higher use of almost every type of medication, including antidepressants and treatments for high cholesterol and diabetes.
In a study published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, researchers found that the prevalence of prescription drug use among people 20 and older had risen to 59 percent in 2012 from 51 percent just a dozen years earlier. During the same period, the percentage of people taking five or more prescription drugs nearly doubled, to 15 percent from 8 percent.
One likely factor driving the increased use: obesity.
Researchers noted that eight of the 10 most commonly used drugs in the United States are for hypertension, heart failure, diabetes and other elements of the “cardiometabolic syndrome.” In addition, another frequently prescribed drug treats gastroesophageal reflux, a widespread condition among the overweight or obese.
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Why are there so many anti-depressants and alternating mood drugs on the market?
Edward Shorter “How Everyone Became Depressed” so check it out:
This is the last comment that George Orwell ever made about his book 1984:
Now let’s have some real fun and look at the original film trailer for 1984: