Saturday, March 22, 2008
Suicide - Homicide and the Biochemistry of Crime
Suicide - Homicide as it corresponds to
the Fight or Flight Response.
In general, the following is theory and research from
my own observations and experiences.
While I have not attempted suicide since having joined
some "anonymous 12 Step fellowships back in 1985, I
can tell you that my depression was from my anger being
turned inward as opposed to being expressed outward.
And while I am going blind with macular degeneration from
toxic chemical exposures, I am aware that my cognitive thought
process is also effected and does effect my mental health. Some
of my perspectives are based on the facts that I have been left for dead
(1977) shot (in the early 1980's) and in many violent situations that have
given me what is termed "Post Traumatic Stress disorder".
This posting is also an attempt to journal my "recovery".
For the record, I was on Prozac in 1995 and I am well aware
that the majority (if not all) patients being treated with SSRI's
are not evaluated for toxic chemical exposures.
It is apparent to me that there could be some adverse side effects
from the mixture of SSRI's and toxic chemical exposures. Just as
there are reactions from dairy products and some antibiotics. garlic
interferring with anti-viral medications and grapefruit interating with
seizure medications. To my knowledge (and I have researched the
issue), interactions of SSRI's and the various low dose cumulative
effects of toxic chemicals have not been evaluated. In fact, it does
seem that SSRI's are one of the most often prescribed drugs to
treat the symptoms of such toxic chemical exposures.
From my own experience, I strongly believe that such interactions
of toxic chemicals with SSRI's, if not just the SSRI's themselves, are
the cause of so many senseless violence and shootings.
Michael Moore - Reveals the real cause of Columbine
Youtube video posted at http://youtu.be/04UqzYOdGNs
ANTIDEPRESSANTS & the Two Mass Shootings in the US This Week
The Aurora Colorado Tragedy—Another Senseless Shooting, Another Psychotropic Drug? Friday, July 20th, 2012
The "Threshold Point" or the "Fight or Flight Response" can be
altered by diet and nutritional supplements *as well as toxic
This corresponds with "Homicide - Suicide". And if
only the behavioral conditioning responses are dealt
with (from violence in movies, PTSD symptoms, and or
other factors) that predispose the responses, a reduction
in homicide may very well result in an increase in
To re-state this. Reducing the violence in movies to
reduce the "predisposition to violence" may very well
result in a reduction of murder. With a corresponding
increase in suicide if the "thresh hold point" at which an
individual enters into becoming suicidal - homicidal are
not addressed and or corrected.
This should also hold true with symptoms of PTSD and
other psychological "symptoms" of various mental health
conditions. Including "Domestic Abuse" and other violent
crimes. Even so far as "Police Brutality" and "bad judgment calls"
with the use of "Deadly Force".
Even when there is "police brutality",
why should law enforcement be immune to a
"Warlock's Brew" of "Cumulative Toxic
Chemical Insults ?
Could the threshold point at which a police officer decides
to use deadly force be altered by toxic chemical exposures,
regardless of their training ?
Even so, there are "other factors" that impact such situation
with law enforcement in what I believe to be a much greater
Copy / paste excerpts from a deleted blog / work in progress:
What do you think might happen if
an individual that is suicidal
and homicidal were to meet up with a
policeman that in edge like a cat on a
hot tin roof. Policemen are not immune
to these toxic chemicals. They could
effect their split second judgment, with
the use of deadly force and even their
behavior. Just as steroid abuse can cause
rages, known as "Roiding".
Two basic Givens:
Title of the article cited in the blog is:
Environmental Connections: A Deeper Look into Mental Illness
Environmental Health Perspectives
Volume 115, Number 8, August 2007
Their "general conclusion" (in the
above article) is that mental illness
is not "so genetic" and most likely
due to toxic chemical exposures.....
Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP)
a monthly journal of peer-reviewed
research and news on the impact of the
environment on human health. EHP is
published by the National Institute of
Environmental Health Sciences and its
content is free online. Print issues
are available by paid subscription.
The second Given:
My blog titled,
"Roid a Cops: National Epidemic of
Police Brutality & Steroid Abuse"
Documents that steroid abuse in law
enforcement is a national epidemic with
a link to a short video interview of a Harvard
PhD that has studied this for decades
and numerous other reports. Including
one from the justice department's
"OfficeOf Diversion Control".
Please join the Yahoo Group,
"End Steroid Abuse ByCops".
The "situation" is "censored" from much
of the media.
Un-edited copy of deleted blog psting
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