Former World Banker of 20 years, Karen Hudes, reveals a startling revelation of why certain top ranking U.S. Generals are being fired. This is all to familiar to me as I am from the area she discusses and have heard this before in 1983. Very few people knew there were over 2,000 nuclear warheads stored at the Naval Weapons station in the North Charleston, SC area until in 1983 some independents decided to broadcast a movie from the deck of the USS Yorktown in Charleston Harbor. It was sort of Orson Welles style and was called SPECIAL BULLETIN. It was about a nuclear bomb being detonated in Charleston Harbor. After that they began moving them out, not sure how many. I know this because I am from there and lived there at the time and worked at the Charleston Naval Shipyard also. My point is this; we only know what they want us to know. When so many top ranking officials start coming forward with information like this, you know something is going on.
Category: mass murders and suicides
Thanks…I was looking for this article since it was removed from Forbes
Lawrence Hunter, Contributor Forbes.com
1/14/2013 @ 8:00AM
In 2000, New York legislators recognized the ubiquitous and unambiguous connection between violence, especially gun violence and mass murder, and the widespread prescribed use of psychiatric drugs. Senate Bill 7035 was introduced in the New York State Senate that year requiring police agencies to report to the Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) on certain crimes and suicides committed by a person who is using psychiatric drugs, including assault, homicide, sex offenses, robbery offenses, firearms and other dangerous weapons offenses, kidnapping and arson. The preamble to the bill read, in part:
There is a large body of scientific research establishing a connection between violence and suicide and the use of psychotropic drugs in some cases. This research, which has been published in peer reviewed publications such as the American Journal of Psychiatry, The Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry…
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