HSE Serial Killers

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    theirishobserver.posted 7 years ago

    HSE Serial Killers
    Calls are being made on the HSE to explain, How many children who committed suicide while under their ‘care’ had been feed unlicensed-mind-altering-drugs by Medical Practitioners? Seroxat which is banned in all other European countries continues to be feed to children in Ireland; however, it is believed that children under the ‘care’ of the HSE who have been feed the drug have committed suicide, while they had not shown any signs of suicidal tendencies before being feed Seroxat.
    The Irish Republic has become the dumping ground for Multi-national Pharmaceuticals who cannot off load their Toxic poison anywhere else in the modern world. Successive Governments have failed to take on the Pharmaceutical industry with Ministers enjoying 5 Star treats at the expense of multi-national drug producers such as GlaxoSmithKline.
    As serious questions continue to be asked about many medical practitioners in Ireland, the HSE must be asked why it is allowing its staff to administered life threatening drugs to children under its ‘care’. For too long the HSE and Fianna Fail Ministers for Health concealed these serial killers under the cloak of ‘confidentiality’ it is now time to expose in the light of day, how many children have died following the administering of psychological toxic waste such as Seroxat. Children in Ireland are being used as Guiney pigs for Multi-national drug dealers.
    Case Study A
    One GP in Monaghan Town, Dr Marian Smyth, Glen Road, Monaghan, has been forced to admit to the Irish Medical Council that she had an extra-marital affair with and child to convicted IRA serial killer Michael ‘Pete’ Ryan, and that she further fraudulently claimed on the child’s birth certificate that the child’s father was Dr Brian Smyth. Dr Smyth has also admitted that she administered Seroxat to children. Dr Marian Smyth continues to operate without restriction.
    When contacted by The Irish Observer The Irish Medicines Board directed us to this warning about Seroxat that is published on their web-site.
    The Irish Medicines Board (IMB) confirmed that the findings of recent Seroxat clinical studies undertaken by the manufacturers GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) found that it was not effective in children and adolescents with major depressive disorder and showed an increased rate of self-harm, suicidal behaviour and false-memory-syndrome in children and adolescents treated in the studies. As a result of this new information the IMB considers that Seroxat should not be used to treat children and teenagers under the age of 18 years. The IMB has ensured healthcare professionals have been advised of this latest information and have amended the Patient Information Leaflet (PIL) and product licence to contraindicate use of Seroxat in patients less than 18 years of age with major depressive disorder.

    The IMB re-emphasises to healthcare professionals that Seroxat is not and has not been licensed for use in children or adolescents in Ireland. However, doctors have the authority to prescribe any product for a patient under their care if it is deemed appropriate. The IMB wants to stress the importance for doctors, patients and parents to be aware of this new advice and for patients under 18 years who may be taking Seroxat to consult their doctor for advice. It is essential that patients taking Seroxat do not suddenly discontinue use of their treatment, because of the risk of withdrawal effects. Any changes must take place under medical supervision.
    We live in a country that has recently seen Medical Practitioners being exposed for not being able to speak English, not able to take a pulse, having extra-marital affairs with and children to convicted serial killers, sexual misconduct and so forth, how in the name of God are the HSE allowing children to be feed unlicensed-mind-altering-drugs and in effect contributing to the death of those children.

  2. theirishobserver. profile image57
    theirishobserver.posted 7 years ago

    Is Seroxat legal in your country, I really wnat to know....thanks


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