This is a hell of a time to find out that Paxil and the SSRIs are the “soma” of Huxley’s “Brave New World”

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Is Paxil creating more people who aren’t self-reflective? More “Conservatives Without a Conscience”? Happy Idiots

Mickel Adzema says:

Oh, great! That’s all we need is more people who are happy, belligerent, idiots. I’ve noticed this personality change in people who have started taking antidepressants. Seems they are extroverted at the cost of empathy, self-understanding, self-consciousness. Hey, I’ve been there — it’s called inebriation.

And, by the way, I’ve also noticed a tendency for these antidepressants to be doorways to other drugs, like alcohol, as a matter of fact. And these are dangerous combinations, as acknowledged by the proponents of these SSRI drugs.

I say, right on, to Dr. Drew’s comment on this: “I can’t believe that these dangerous drugs like Paxil are still being viewed as possible solutions to “depression”. We all need to get a clue that we are being marketed to in ways we never imagined.”

The holy man from India, Sathya Sai Baba, says that the path to liberation is through self-analysis, i.e., “know thyself.”

If we weren’t balanced in terms of introspection and extroversion, would we be thoughtful self-reflective humans? Would we ever have had an Age of Enlightenment? Is this not the “soma” of Huxley’s “Brave New World.”

Sounds like just the prescription for a totalitarian authoritarian state that would wish to keep its citizens “A Nation of Sheep”!

This cartoon shows people entering a doorway marked “Paxil” and exiting into a an archway marked “Tea-Baggers.”

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Depression medication may offer mood lift via personality shift
On way to providing relief, antidepressant modifies certain traits
A new study suggests that the antidepressant medication paroxetine, or Paxil, fights depression most effectively when it first modifies two personality traits that predispose people to this mood disorder.

I can’t believe that these dangerous drugs like Paxil are still being viewed as possible solutions to “depression”. We all need to get a clue that we are being marketed to in ways we never imagined. Dr. Drew Dec. 22, 2009 at 12:40pm Read more at


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