Google will help diagnose your clinical depression: it’s wonderful

Google will help diagnose your clinical depression: it’s wonderful

by Jon Rappoport

August 25, 2017

In my work-in-progress, The Underground, here is what I wrote about Google: “They’re clever, I’ll give them that. They’re saying you can search them for any information in the world, but they’re really searching you.”

Google has decided it’s not doing enough to lead us into a better world. So now it’s going to enter the field of psychiatry.

Engadget.com: Google is “offering a medically validated, anonymous screening questionnaire for clinical depression if you search for information on the condition. This won’t definitively indicate that you’re clinically depressed, to be clear, but it will give you useful information you can take to a doctor.”

“Google and others are determined to fight fake news, and they know that the consequences of false or incomplete medical information could be serious. If you need help, they want to be sure you get the appropriate support.”

Let’s see if I can help Google fight false or incomplete medical information.

For example, be aware that there is no defining lab test for clinical depression.

No blood test, no urine test, no saliva test, no brain scan, no genetic assay.

Committees of psychiatrists sit down and look at unscientific menus of human behavior, lump certain behaviors together, and arbitrarily label them “clinical depression.”

Therefore, any Google questionnaire is simply going to feed into that trough of pseudoscience. That’s all.

Then, of course, there are the drugs that come with a diagnosis of depression. Drugs like Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft. I’ll help Google fight “incomplete medical information” in this area as well.

In 2004, Dr. Peter Breggin, eminent psychiatrist, expert witness in court trials, and author of Toxic Psychiatry, wrote the following about these drugs. I suggest paying close attention:

“On March 22 [2004] the FDA issued an extraordinary ‘Public Health Advisory’ that cautioned about the risks associated with the whole new generation of antidepressants including Prozac and its knock offs, Zoloft, Paxil, Luvox, Celexa, and Lexapro, as well as Wellbutrin, Effexor, Serzone, and Remeron. The warning followed a public hearing where dozens of family members and victims testified about suicide and violence committed by individuals taking these medications.”

“…In the debate over drug-induced suicide, little attention has been given to the FDA’s additional warning that certain behaviors are ‘known to be associated with these drugs’ including ‘anxiety, agitation, panic attacks, insomnia, irritability, hostility, impulsivity, akathisia (severe restlessness), hypomania, and mania’.”

“From agitation and hostility to impulsivity and mania, the FDA’s litany of antidepressant-induced behaviors is identical to that of PCP, methamphetamine and cocaine—drugs known to cause aggression and violence. These older stimulants and most of the newer antidepressants cause similar effects as a result of their impact on a neurotransmitter in the brain called serotonin.”

“For more than a decade, I have documented in books and scientific reports how this stimulation or activation profile can lead to out-of-control behavior, including violence…”

“As a psychiatrist and as a medical expert, I have examined dozens of cases of individuals who have committed suicide or violent crimes while under the influence of the newer antidepressants such as Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Luvox and Celexa. In June in South Carolina, Christopher Pittman will go on trial for shooting his grandparents to death while they slept. Chris was twelve when his family doctor started him on Zoloft. Three weeks later the doctor doubled his dose and one week later Chris committed the violent acts. In other cases, a fourteen-year-old girl on Prozac fired a pistol pointblank at a friend but the gun failed to go off, and a teenage boy on Zoloft beat to death an elderly woman who complained to him about his loud music. A greater number of cases involve adults who lost control of themselves while taking antidepressants. In at least two cases judges have found individuals not guilty on the basis of involuntary intoxication with psychiatric drugs and other cases have resulted in reduced charges, lesser convictions, or shortened sentences.”

“The FDA includes mania in its list of known antidepressant effects. Manic individuals can become violent, especially when they are thwarted, and they can also ‘crash’ into depression and suicidal states. They can carry out elaborate but grandiose and doomed plans. One clinical trial showed a rate of 6% manic reactions…on Prozac. None developed mania on a sugar pill [placebo]. Even in short-term clinical trials, 1% or more of depressed adults develop mania compared to a small fraction on the sugar pill.”

“Unfortunately, there are also risks involved with stopping antidepressants. Many can cause withdrawal reactions that last days and sometimes longer, causing some patients to feel depressed, suicidal or even violent. Stopping antidepressants should be done carefully and with experienced clinical supervision.”

“…the FDA and the medical profession must forthrightly educate potential patients and the public about the sometimes life-threatening risks associated with the use of antidepressant medications.”

Here is the kicker. Google can do anything it wants to with the information in this article, the one you’re now reading. It can lower its ranking.

Google can control the flow of information.

Given that Google has that kind of power, I strongly suggest caution when it touts its own “depression questionnaire.”

It’s not only rigging the system, it is the system.


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Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

22 comments on “Google will help diagnose your clinical depression: it’s wonderful

  1. SG Esq. says:

    Having lost so many friends to suicide whilst the health system changed their medication daily and put them in clinics with illuminati symbols on the curtains and bedding was enough to scare them to their deaths, one friend in particular leaves me with only guilt because he drowned himself the day I left him as I was already homeless. Real story, real facts. It’s time to fight back.

  2. Reblogged this on amnesiaclinic and commented:
    Appalling the suffering that has been caused and the millions who trust Google.

  3. Jennifer says:

    It’s too bad us regular people can’t diagnose all the psychopaths who own corporations like google and who use them to weaken and control our people.

    They know what dissimulation is and use it against us in so many ways. Dissimulation is the process by which the Pineal gland is blocked by a chemical substance, thus severing us from God’s counsel and protection, which we know as our conscience, or Speciel Mind’s counseling of us, and which allows other minds to gain access to ours, which we may or ay not be able to differentiate from our own mind. These drugs can dissimulate, fluoride can dissimulate, and glyphosate helps to dissimulate. Those of the Alien Mind know what they are doing. This is a great crime of adultery against our people.

    We are so sorry SG Esq. If our people were nourished properly they probably wouldn’t resort to drugs, but then we have to go back to the crux and first cause of the entire matter and that is the control of our money and the policies which only create more poverty.

    • Jacqueline says:

      Jennifer, These people are sociopaths versus psychopaths… they know the difference between right and wrong but choose the ‘wrong’ – ‘those of the Alien Mind know what they are doing’ – while the psychopath possesses no ability to differentiate between the two. Interestingly enough, the shrinks who draft up the DSM conveniently eliminated the diagnosis of ‘sociopath’ two or three years back. I concluded this was intentional; now if criminally prosecuted, the ‘elite’ sociopathic scum qualify to plead ‘insanity’ to spare themselves a jail sentence. Instead, they can received court-ordered ‘help’ from the very ones providing this path of escape.

      • Jennifer says:

        You are possibly right, Jacqueline, those dissimulated are just sociopaths.

        Our mentor was an empath and he could see into the spirit world and he noticed that most people had a veil which covered their minds, what he said was protection or God’s blessing from the worst of the Alien Mind, However, many did not and they didn’t because their father had committed some grievous sin and lost the veil for their children. This is what the good book tells us, that the sins of the father continue into the next so many generations. These are possibly the beginning of the psychopaths. They are the ones who can be possessed or moved by the Alien Mind.

        It was a remote viewer who saw an entity on George Bush when he was calling for war in 2003. He even drew a picture of what he saw, and called it an Armageddon Entity. Another empath saw one on Obama and it just hung by his side until he was inaugurated and then it encircled his head. Well, we know Bush Sr. had committed many a crime, and possibly Obama’s father had also.

        A man and his son visited our mentor one evening and the man wanted our mentor to help his son. What our mentor saw was a green monkey demon hanging on the young man like an albatross and every so often the young man would open up his shirt and speak gibberish into it. The man had murdered someone. So, why didn’t his son become like a psychopath, we don’t know. Perhaps he was not usuable by the Alien Mind.

  4. The Outlaw says:

    Historically speaking, “mental illness” has been the favorite weapon of choice of Tyrants for a very long time. Especially useful to castrate or weaponize Freedom Seekers, anti-statists and Sovereign Individual Persons who are aware of their inherent rights of Nature and under God if you are a person of faith–which I happen to be. It is quite unscientific and very much a matter of subjective opinion in the majority of cases. Totalitarian regimes frequently use this tactic to corner their perceived enemies.

    As required by my insurance I was required to undergo my annual “Physical” which implies bodily systems and performance. Not my Doctor but a group of 4 interns, some Nurse Practioners asked me some questions. One of which was; “Do you sometimes feel depressed and down?” My answer–“Of course I do, at times. It’s part of the Human Condition and if I didn’t feel that way on occasion that would be an indicate a possible issue. The natural inclination towards a depressed psyche, on occasion, is quite normal.”

    They didn’t like or understand my answer and left briskly feeling like fools because I had slapped back at them with humanity and a dose of humility. Never saw them again. The Doctor then performed my annual “Physical” from that day forward. She never asked those questions again.

    I would like have examined the operators of Google and test them for Megalomania. In fact the entire Technocracy of tech Tyrants should be in line for such an examination.

    • Black Rabbit says:

      Regarding ‘mental illness’ and ‘Psychopathy’ you may be interested to read a book: “Political Ponerology: A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes” by Andrew M. Lobaczewski. Hope that’s okay to post that info here! Regards

      • The Outlaw says:

        Thank you. It’s a fascinating area of study and in particular, Psychopathology. It has been demonstrated that Corporatists are often screened for psychopathy as is regarded as a positive trait in the executive ranks. A total lack of empathy and psychopathic behavior can and is currently used as a business tactic or behavior. There are a number of academic/medical White Papers on the subject dealing with such behavior and has been studied in depth.

        I would say that the same trait is often seen more often than not in politicians and for the same reasons. It is quite apparent that the majority of the U.S. Congress are quite indeed psychopathic and congenital liars–which is a component of psychopathology. This is also quite apparent in the behavior of Central Bankers globally. I shall investigate that book.

        It is also fascinating to myself that we are currently embroiled in a political fight regarding the president of the united states using “mental illness” as a pre-text for his removal citing the 25th Amendment. Again, weaponized non-scientific pseudo science. It doesn’t even matter which side of the aisle you reside–or on neither side. It is a very dangerous and frightening reality of today.

        Although I would assume the majority of the presidents of the last 50 years were indeed psychopathic and many before them. I would name the ones I know which are and have been but I shall refrain. I would also note that the current president does not seem to demonstrate active signs of psychopathy—as of yet. Narcissistic behavior is a separate matter indeed. We are witnessing a real or a fake fight for his office. Probably a phony drama to usher in a well paid resignation and civil strife in the land. Although clearly his accusers both R & D have demonstrated the traits of a psychopath. That is quite clear. Damn them all.

        It is up to us–The Sovereign Individual Person–ALL RIGHTS RESERVED–to slog through this without them.

        Be well.

  5. Spiritof42 says:

    Wouldn’t it be cool if psychopaths were generally recognized as a mentally ill? I see it every day I skim through news headlines. In an ideal world, they would be stripped of their wealth and power and given a chemical lobotomy.

    • Black Rabbit says:

      Regarding ‘mental illness’ and ‘Psychopathy’ you may be interested to read a book: “Political Ponerology: A Science on the Nature of Evil Adjusted for Political Purposes” by Andrew M. Lobaczewski. Hope that’s okay to post that info here! Regards

  6. Ladyofroyalhorses says:

    Reblogged this on Appalachian Aspie part two. and commented:
    “From agitation and hostility to impulsivity and mania, the FDA’s litany of antidepressant-induced behaviors is identical to that of PCP, methamphetamine and cocaine—drugs known to cause aggression and violence. These older stimulants and most of the newer antidepressants cause similar effects as a result of their impact on a neurotransmitter in the brain called serotonin.” Quoted from the link.

    • Jacqueline says:

      And the impact of the SSRI’s on serotonin is to prevent its reuptake into those cells which are responsible for taking in and repairing/renewing the spent serotonin. The serotonin remaining in constant circulation degrades and ultimately totally breaks down, which is what creates the ensuing problems of suicidal and homicidal behavior, as well as the ‘mania’ – for which the shrinks then hold no reservation in slapping the hapless patient with a second diagnosis of Bipolar and the issue of even more brain-degrading drugs. As so callously stated by one interviewed psychiatrist (paraphrased): What difference does it make what caused it, it is Bipolar and needs to be treated. How much more disconnected can a physician get from his supposed original purpose? It is the perfect example of how physicians are more adept at CREATING illness than healing it.

  7. Andrew Manche says:

    i watched a documentary about a CURE for depression, believe it or not omega fatty acids did the trick and as Jon often reports, their condition was due to a dietary deficiency and nothing more

    our brain is primarily made of fat and a large portion of those fats include omegas – patients with clinical depression were fed high quantities of krill oil, known for it’s high concentration of potent omegas

    each participant/patient was brain scanned before, during and after – you could physically see a massive difference in their brain scans and i can’t remember the exact statistics, but more than 90% of the participants were completely cured

    the medical industrial complex is a criminal enterprise based upon profit for illness and death

    • Jacqueline says:

      Andrew, Thanks for pointing out the brain’s need for fat and fatty acids to stay healthy and regenerative. Here’s some scary information: Mother’s milk is comprised of around 40 percent saturated fat; in contrast, the primary ingredient of numerous baby formulas is corn syrup solids. It doesn’t take a medical scientist to deduce its deleterious impact on a growing and developing brain. Total madness.

  8. For this kind of reasons I don’t use Google anymore. I use Duckduckgo and it works just fine.

    And who needs Google for this information? Any doctor is usually happy to diagnose these kinds of things and prescribe the brain altering drugs. GP’s prescribe anti-psychotics like they are lollies. And one GP wanted to force my husband to take anti-depressants for his burn-out.

  9. cusanus says:

    Google insists it does not lower rankings or delist based on simple content or opinion; however, that is not true. All of my sites were delisted for what could only be that reason. In particular, a math theorem I first wrote in 1978 has been floating on the internet for eleven years and always listed by Google up until I appended a brief ANOVA at the end that showed, statistically speaking, Hillary Clinton did not win the popular vote. Bang. […]

    • Jennifer says:

      Wow, 1984 at its best. We took off our blog and books because they were changing them, what we call 1984-ing them. We can’t even get Wikipedia to correct lies on one of its pages. More 1984.

  10. John says:

    Google is a corporate sponsor of the Rockefeller CFR. Google chairman Eric Schmidt is a CFR member, and his senior advisor Jared Cohen is a CFR fellow. See lists in the CFR annual report.

    The Rockefellers and their various organizations (including the CFR and the U.N.) have been primary promoters of big pharma, eugenics and population control for over a century. This is now rebranded as “sustainable development”. See the book “Murder by Injection” by Eustace Mullins for a review of the history.

  11. justanthropology says:

    Here’s the best part of this free offer: “…its Instagram service recently started offering support to users when their friends report concerning posts…” Translation: Having you friends spy on you, and, without your permission report you to the “authorities.” Sound familiar? Mental illness, as others have mentioned, has been used arbitrarily against an individual for purposes of exploitation. Take the spouse who wants to avoid paying his due to a former spouse and demands complete custody of his children. Often, this slime has the wherewithal to hire expensive lawyers who win their cases. Another example: Some slimy offspring of elder parents, rather than help them, would prefer to take over their property. Incompetence lawsuit against them (mental illness) wins the day.

  12. I fear many reading your posting have no idea, or had a personal experience, to understand the deep danger known to be a part of these drugs. A fellow church missionary comrade, called home from work by his wife, because their son, not taking his meds, became violent in their home. Arriving home the husband determined the necessity to dial 911 for ambulance and police assistance. His son shot his father in the head, that was the end of his life. This was a personal loss not only to the son, temporarily off his meds, the total family members and church members were beyond the world shocked. It immediately brought tears to my eyes and grief to my heart.

  13. judgingjudi says:

    Jon. Keep up the good work about his tragedy of drug induced mental health issues. The treatment is much worse than the “illness”. Judi Day, author of Juding Judi, Taking a Closer Look.

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