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'The greatest child abuse of our time is the mass drugging of our children'

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PETER BREGGIN: 'People become victims of the Spellbinding Effect, as I call it, leaving them at the mercy of these drugs because they don't realise they're being harmed; and they can even get a false impression that they're doing better than ever before, when in fact they have an unrealistic euphoria'

PETER BREGGIN: 'People become victims of the Spellbinding Effect, as I call it, leaving them at the mercy of these drugs because they don't realise they're being harmed; and they can even get a false impression that they're doing better than ever before, when in fact they have an unrealistic euphoria'

PETER BREGGIN: 'People become victims of the Spellbinding Effect, as I call it, leaving them at the mercy of these drugs because they don't realise they're being harmed; and they can even get a false impression that they're doing better than ever before, when in fact they have an unrealistic euphoria'

TRACI Johnson wanted with all her heart to go back to college. She was a tall 19-year-old brunette with stunning good looks, and a spirited, determined young woman.

She was healthy, with no history of physical or emotional difficulties, such as depression. Those closest to her described her as upbeat, an active volunteer and someone who loved life.


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