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Duty to Warn: The Red Lake School shootings, 10th anniversary



Mixing Drugs, Guns, Crushing Poverty, Generational Racism, and Predatory Capitalism Doesn’t Work

Gary G. Kohls, MD for Global News Centre

(DULUTH)    March 21, 2005 – Red Lake, Minnesota – Under the crazy-making and neurotoxic influence of 60 mg of Prozac,  and using his grandfather’s shotgun and Glock pistol, Jeff Weise, age 16, shot and killed his grandfather and his grandfather’s girl friend at their home. He then went to his Red Lake High School and shot and killed a security guard, a teacher, 5 students, and finally himself, leaving a total of 10 dead and 7 wounded. Weise had previously spent about a year and a half in a residential juvenile treatment program, presumably under the care of a prescribing psychiatrist and other mental health personnel. Weise had reportedly had had his dose of Prozac increased to 60 mg per day. (Note: only one American SSRI “antidepressant” [all of which have  identical mechanisms of action and cause adverse effects] is FDA-approved for adolescents, and in some European nations it is against the law for doctors to prescribe SSRIs for children because of the  lack of long-term safety studies and the known increased incidence of violence and suicide. The usual starting dose of Prozac for adults is 10 – 20 mg/day and 8% of the population lacks the liver enzymes to metabolize and de-toxify SSRI drugs, thus becoming instantly toxic from the drugs.)

The Thoughtful Jewish Voices Most Americans Never Hear



“What undermines this principle is that no country and no people would live the way that Gazans have been made to live.  Couldn’t they (Israel) have done something that did not require that cost?  And the answer is, sure, they could end the occupation.”Rabbi Henry Siegman, president of the U.S./Middle East Project and for many years national director of the American Jewish Congress

Allan Brownfeld Global News Centre

(WASHINGTON DC)  The current conflict between Israel and Hamas is taking a terrible toll in  human lives, mostly Palestinian civilians, many of them women and children.  In one instance, artillery shells slammed into a U.N. school, killing at least 20 people and wounding dozens as they slept.  The building was the sixth U.N. school in the Gaza Strip to be rocked by explosions during the conflict.  Pierre Krahenbuhl, commissioner-general of the U.N. Relief and Works Agency, declared, “I condemn in the strongest possible terms this serious violation of international law by Israeli forces.  This is an affront to all of us, a source of universal shame.  Today the world stands disgraced.”

Liberal New York mayor challenges school choice for minorities

deblasiobydonkeyhoteyGiving poor and minority students a choice of where to go to school, a choice which more affluent students already have, should be a natural cause for a “progressive” like Bill De Blasio to embrace.

Allan C. Brownfeld Global News Centre

(WASHINGTON DC)  New York City’s mayor, William De Blasio has stressed that he is a progressive, committed to making life better for minorities and the poor. Yet ever since taking office in January, he has launched a crusade against a vehicle which has the ability to rescue poor and minority children from failing public schools.

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