Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Gif temp...

Sux, huh?

Oh well... it's just a test. I made it anyway, but I did it the wimpy way..

ASSHOLES, here are some Deaths caused by illegal drugs vs legal drugs in America

You say you support the drug war. You say yer a patriot. Sounds to me like you just might NOT even know what a patriot was, ya dumbass!!!

The Patriots were hated by all. They were rebels and everyone else... They were whimpering little cowerin pussies. They had to meet in secret, wanna know why?

Because the people hated them. All anyone wanted back then was a free ride (like people today), they only cared about kissing ass or other side of ass to gain favor with the rulers at the time [England]. They didn't give any shit about reality. They just needed to be popular. Pffft....

If you honestly were a patriot then you would support the causes like they did. We know you can't though, because lookin good is all yer in it for, huh?

When the Real Patriots returned with a plan and a few men willing to die for those like you you still played both sides. When they started to actually win against the boundaries then you all jumped up and bragged, "I know him", "I was behind them all along", I stand for Freedom, yey!", but you stood for Lazy Ignorant and Foolish and nothing more!

Below are a few numbers and words. I don't really give a shit how you land into reality, but I did teach my own.

Support any damn thing you want friends. I've already seen you support Elvis as a DEA Drug Agent while he abused the drugs of at least 50 men that you want to lock up. I have seen you support O.J. Simpson, Madonna, The catholic church (Hell I woulda supported em too if I had known that every boy gets free blowjobs for life startin at age 6), support anti-marijuana laws knowing that Hemp and only Hemp has been proven to cure cancer), sooner or later you'll just find another easy way to support more lies anyway.

In closing of my opener up there I just have one more thing to say...

"You people (most of you) have no opinion. You change every notion twice a year when the media lie's change in the Spring & Fall, you preach on right and rights, but you change yer mind every time you hear the call. Not many of you I ever met in my life ever stood by anything without first an audience, second a political backing and third a way to look like a pretty little ducky for a few weeks. Ever wonder why you change so often? Cause you never even tried to be anything except part of something, you fukkin joke"!

Go ahead and fight the war on drugs ducky, break the laws you support like you always did and blame it on cancer or whatever, Lock up all the victims you can (after that asshole yer next in the food chain sucka), yea, win yer drug war and win at losin again!

Cause of death1Number
All causes2,436,652
Cardiovascular diseases779,367
Malignant neoplasms568,668
Lack of Health Insurance344,789
Drug induced237,485
Motor vehicle accidents36,284
Septicemia (infections)35,587
by Firearms31,224
Accidental poisoning30,504
Alcohol induced23,199
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)9,424
Viral hepatitis7,652
Cannabis (Marijuana)0

(2000-2010 - death and serious patient outcomes from FDA approved drugs) "These data describe the outcome of the patient as defined in U.S. reporting regulations (21 CFR 310.305, 314.80, 314.98, 600.80) and Forms FDA 3500 and 3500A (the MedWatch forms). Serious means that one or more of the following outcomes were documented in the report: death, hospitalization, life-threatening, disability, congenital anomaly and/or other serious outcome. Documenting one or more of these outcomes in a report does not necessarily mean that the suspect product(s) named in the report was the cause of these outcomes."
Editor's Note: These data show "deaths" totaling 452,780 and "serious outcomes" equaling 2,816,297 occurred during the eleven years from 2000 to 2010 as tabulated from the FDA's Adverse Event Reporting System for prescription drugs.
Comparing the five years (2001-2005) with the five years (2006-2010) finds that the number of deaths grew by +66.7% for the second time frame as compared to first. For the same comparative spans, serious patient leaped by almost three quarters (+77.5%).
(2010 - overdose - prescription opiates) "Among patients who are prescribed opioids, an estimated 80% are prescribed low doses (<100 10="10" 1="1" 20="20" 25="25" 2="2" 3="3" 40="40" 76="76" a="a" account="account" acquired="acquired" all="all" among="among" an="an" and="and" another="another" are="are" at="at" been="been" br="br" but="but" by="by" care="care" concern.="concern." daily="daily" data="data" day="day" deaths="deaths" did="did" died="died" diversion.="diversion." diverting="diverting" doctor="doctor" doctors="doctors" dose="dose" doses="doses" drug="drug" drugs="drugs" else="else" equivalent="equivalent" estimated="estimated" fact="fact" focus="focus" for="for" from="from" furthermore="furthermore" getting="getting" greatest="greatest" group="group" had="had" have="have" high-dosage="high-dosage" high="high" igure="igure" in="in" involved="involved" killed="killed" likely="likely" medical="medical" mg="mg" morphine="morphine" multiple="multiple" nonmedical="nonmedical" not="not" of="of" ohio="ohio" on="on" only="only" opioid="opioid" opioids="opioids" or="or" originally="originally" others="others" overdose="overdose" overdoses="overdoses" own="own" patients="patients" per="per" persons="persons" pharmaceutical="pharmaceutical" practitioner="practitioner" prescribed="prescribed" prescribers="prescribers" prescription="prescription" prescriptions.="prescriptions." prevention="prevention" proportion="proportion" providing="providing" receive="receive" records="records" remaining="remaining" report="report" risk="risk" seek="seek" should="should" significant="significant" single="single" someone="someone" strategies="strategies" suggest="suggest" target="target" that="that" the="the" their="their" them="them" themselves="themselves" these="these" they="they" third="third" this="this" those="those" to="to" used="used" users="users" using="using" utah="utah" virginia="virginia" west="west" who="who" without="without">
(2009 - causes of death - emergency room visits) "In 2009, 1.2 million emergency department (ED) visits (an increase of 98.4% since 2004) were related to misuse or abuse of pharmaceuticals, compared with 1.0 million ED visits related to use of illicit drugs such as heroin and cocaine (3)."

(2009 - causes of death - harms of prescription drugs) "Each year offers new examples of injuries and deaths caused by untoward dangers in prescription drugs. Prominent illustrations from recent years include Vioxx, a popular arthritis painkiller that more than doubled the risk of heart attacks and strokes,6 a risk that lingered long after users stopped taking the drug;7 “Phen-fen,” a diet drug that caused heart damage;8 and Propulsid, a drug that reduced gastric acid but also threatened patients’ hearts.9 Once information on these side-effects became known to the public, the manufacturers of each of these drugs stopped selling them and, eventually, paid millions or billions of dollars to settle claims for resulting injuries.10Merck, for example, having withdrawn the profitable Vioxx drug11 from the market in 2004, settled nearly 50,000 Vioxx cases in late 2007 for $4.85 billion.12 In 2009, Eli Lilly agreed to plead guilty and pay $1.415 billion in criminal and civil penalties for promoting its antipsychotic drug, Zyprexa, as suitable for uses not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”).13 These cases may be among the more prominent, but they represent just the tip of the iceberg of damage caused by prescription drugs."
(1999-2008 - causes of death - opiate pain reliever overdose deaths) "During 1999–2008, overdose death rates, sales, and substance abuse treatment admissions related to OPR increased in parallel (Figure 2). The overdose death rate in 2008 was nearly four times the rate in 1999. Sales of OPR in 2010 were four times those in 1999."
(2008 - causes of death - prescription drug overdose) "In 2008, a total of 36,450 deaths were attributed to drug overdose, a rate of 11.9 per 100,000 population (Table 1), among which a drug was specified in 27,153 (74.5%) deaths. One or more prescription drugs were involved in 20,044 (73.8%) of the 27,153 deaths, and OPR were involved in 14,800 (73.8%) of the 20,044 prescription drug overdose deaths."
(1999-2007 - causes of death - opioid deaths) "From 1999 to 2007, the number of U.S. poisoning deaths involving any opioid analgesic (e.g., oxycodone, methadone, or hydrocodone) more than tripled, from 4,041 to 14,459, or 36% of the 40,059 total poisoning deaths in 2007. In 1999, opioid analgesics were involved in 20% of the 19,741 poisoning deaths. During 1999–2007, the number of poisoning deaths involving specified drugs other than opioid analgesics increased from 9,262 to 12,790, and the number involving nonspecified drugs increased from 3,608 to 8,947." 
*NOTE: [Drug deaths tripled in USA after the "Drug War" policy put it's hands on it? hmmm...]

I snagged all of these sections from DrugWarFacts. I am not going to teach you how to understand or think things through. Read the rest here or salute yer fukkin flag, pay yer doctors to kill (due to governing control on how they can treat with drugs. They often have no choice but to risk killing you because of regulations)


Annual Causes of Death
in the United States

Source:(1996): "Smoking-Attributable Mortality and Years of Potential Life Lost," Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (Atlanta, GA: Centers for Disease Control, 1997), May 23, 1997, Vol. 46, No. 20, p. 449.

Source: "Number of deaths and age-adjusted death rates per 100,000 population for categories of alcohol-related (A-R) mortality, United States and States, 1979-96," National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, from the web at http://, last accessed Feb. 12, 2001, citing Alcohol Epidemiologic Data System, Daadatmand, F., Stinson, FS, Grant, BF, and Dufour, MC, "Surveillance Report #52: Liver Mortality in the United States, 1970-96" (Rockville, MD: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Division of Biometry and Epidemiology, December 1999).
Adverse Reactions
  to Prescription Drugs

Source: Lazarou, J, Pomeranz, BH, Corey, PN, "Incidence of adverse drug reactions in hospitalized patients: a meta-analysis of prospective studies," Journal of the American Medical Association (Chicago, IL: American Medical Association, 1998), 1998;279:1200-1205, also letters column, "Adverse Drug Reactions in Hospitalized Patients," JAMA (Chicago, IL: AMA, 1998), Nov. 25, 1998, Vol. 280, No. 20, from the web at, last accessed Feb. 12, 2001.

Source: Murphy, Sheila L., "Deaths: Final Data for 1998," National Vital Statistics Reports, Vol. 48, No. 11 (Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics, July 24, 2000), Table 10, p. 53, from the web at .

Source: Murphy, Sheila L., "Deaths: Final Data for 1998," National Vital Statistics Reports, Vol. 48, No. 11 (Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics, July 24, 2000), Table 10, p. 53, from the web at .
All Licit & Illicit
  Drug-Induced Deaths

Source:  Murphy, Sheila L., Centers for Disease Control, "Deaths: Final Data for 1998,", National Vital Statistics Reports, Vol. 48, No. 11 (Hyattsville, MD: National Center for Health Statistics, July 24, 2000), pp. 1, 10, from the web at .
Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory
  Drugs Such As Aspirin

Source: Robyn Tamblyn, PhD; Laeora Berkson, MD, MHPE, FRCPC; W. Dale Jauphinee, MD, FRCPC; David Gayton, MD, PhD, FRCPC; Roland Grad, MD, MSc; Allen Huang, MD, FRCPC; Lisa Isaac, PhD; Peter McLeod, MD, FRCPC; and Linda Snell, MD, MHPE, FRCPC, "Unnecessary Prescribing of NSAIDs and the Management of NSAID-Related Gastropathy in Medical Practice," Annals of Internal Medicine (Washington, DC: American College of Physicians, 1997), September 15, 1997, 127:429-438, from the web at, last accessed Feb. 14, 2001, citing Fries, JF, "Assessing and understanding patient risk," Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology Supplement, 1992;92:21-4.

Source: Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN), available on the web at; also see Janet E. Joy, Stanley J. Watson, Jr., and John A. Benson, Jr., "Marijuana and Medicine: Assessing the Science Base," Division of Neuroscience and Behavioral Research, Institute of Medicine (Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1999), available on the web at; and US Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, "In the Matter of Marijuana Rescheduling Petition" (Docket #86-22), September 6, 1988, p. 57.
For more information contact Common Sense for Drug Policy
1377-C Spencer Ave., Lancaster, PA 17603 -- -- phone 717-299-0600


The New Epidemic Sweeping Across America (and it's Not a Disease)

I took this story from here, [Link to article]. I strongly recommend you read all of it on there because I did not share all of it here.
By Dr. Mercola
Death by medicine is a 21st-century epidemic, and America's "war on drugs" is clearly directed at the wrong enemy!
Prescription drugs are now killing far more people than illegal drugs, and while most major causes of preventable deaths are declining, those from prescription drug use are increasing, an analysis of recently released data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) by the Los Angeles Times revealed.
The Times analysis of 2009 death statistics, the most recent available, showed:
  • For the first time ever in the US, more people were killed by drugs than motor vehicle accidents
  • 37,485 people died from drugs, a rate fueled by overdoses on prescription pain and anxiety medications, versus 36,284 from traffic accidents
  • Drug fatalities more than doubled among teens and young adults between 2000 and 2008, and more than tripled among people aged 50 to 69
Again, these drug-induced fatalities are not being driven by illegal street drugs; the analysis found that the most commonly abused prescription drugs like OxyContin, Vicodin, Xanax and Soma now cause more deaths than heroin and cocaine combined.

"Pharmageddon" is Upon Us

Pharmageddon is "the prospect of a world in which medicines and medicine produce more ill-health than health, and when medical progress does more harm than good" -- and it is no longer a prospect but fully upon us. Those most at risk from dying from this new drug crisis are people you would least expect; the analysis revealed the death toll is highest among people in their 40s, but all ages, from teenagers to the elderly, and all walks of life are being affected. In fact, prescription drugs are now the preferred "high" for many, especially teens, as they are typically used legally, which eliminates the stigma of being a "junkie."
"According to the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, prescription drugs are second to marijuana as the drug of choice for today's teens. In fact, seven of the top 10 drugs used by 12th-graders were prescription drugs.
More than 40 percent of high school seniors reported that painkillers are "fairly" or "very" easy to get. They also reported that they believed that if they were to get caught, there was less shame attached to the use of prescription drugs than to street drugs. This mirrors the perceptions of their parents, who when queried said that they felt prescription drugs were 
safer alternative to drugs typically sold by a drug dealer."

How Many are Dying From Prescription Drugs?

Nearly 20 percent of Americans have used prescription drugs for nonmedicinal reasons, three-quarters of whom may be abusing them. Legal prescription drug abuse is a silent epidemic, and is part of the reason why the modern American medical system has become the leading cause of death and injury in the United States. Authored in two parts by Gary Null, PhD, Carolyn Dean, MD ND, Martin Feldman, MD, Debora Rasio, MD, and Dorothy Smith, PhD, the comprehensive Death by Medicine article described in excruciating detail how everything from medical errors to adverse drug reactions to unnecessary procedures caused more harm than good.
  • In a June 2010 report in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, study authors said that in looking over records that spanned from 1976 to 2006 (the most recent year available) they found that, of 62 million death certificates, almost a quarter-million deaths were coded as having occurred in a hospital setting due to medication errors.
  • An estimated 450,000 preventable medication-related adverse events occur in the U.S. every year.
  • The costs of adverse drug reactions to society are more than $136 billion annually -- greater than the total cost of cardiovascular or diabetic care.
  • Adverse drug reactions cause injuries or death in 1 of 5 hospital patients.
  • The reason there are so many adverse drug events in the U.S. is because so many drugs are used and prescribed – and many patients receive multiple prescriptions at varying strengths, some of which may counteract each other or cause more severe reactions when combined.
There are numerous repercussions to a society that eats, breathes and sleeps prescription medications, not the least of which is its impact on children. Between 2001 and 2008, there was a 36 percent increase in hospital admissions, and a 28 percent increase in emergency room visits, among children 5 and younger who had accidentally ingested medication. ER visits for ingestion of prescription opioid painkillers, such as Oxycodone, increased 101 percent!
And in 2009, there were nearly 4.6 million drug-related visits to U.S. emergency rooms nationwide, with more than half due to adverse reactions to prescription medications – most of which were being taken exactly as prescribed. When you add in the growing numbers of people who are using these drugs recreationally or due to addiction, you begin to see the magnitude of the problem that the pharmaceutical industry is propagating. 

The Real Thugs of the Drug World

The "war on drugs" has focused nearly exclusively on the illegal trafficking of drugs like cocaine, heroin and marijuana, while the most powerful drug dealers of all -- the pharmaceutical companies -- are allowed to grow their businesses with the U.S. government's gold seal of approval.
You can read the grim details in full here, but here is just a sampling of what the top drug companies are up to:
  • Merck: With a long list of deaths to its credit, and more than $5.5 billion in judgments and fines levied against it, it was five years before Merck made its $30-billion recall of the painkiller Vioxx that I warned my readers that it might be a real killer for some people. After the drug was withdrawn, and 60,000 had already died, Merck picked up the pieces painlessly by getting a new drug fast-tracked and on the market.

    That drug is Gardasil, a vaccine that so far has been linked to thousands of adverse events and at least 49 unexplained deaths. It's a situation that the FDA and CDC have been denying repeatedly, keeping their heads buried in the sand even as the adverse reports mount.
  • Baxter: Dozens of recalls of products that caused deaths and injuries, at least 11 different guilty pleas to fraud and illegal sales activity, more than 200 lawsuits – many of them stemming from selling AIDS-tainted blood to hemophiliacs – and more than $1.3 billion in criminal fines and civil penalties.
  • Pfizer: In the largest health care fraud settlement in history, Pfizer was ordered to pay $2.3 billion to resolve criminal and civil allegations that the company illegally promoted uses of four of its drugs, including the painkiller Bextra, the antipsychotic Geodon, the antibiotic Zyvox, and the anti-epileptic Lyrica.

Prescription Painkillers Now the Leading Cause of Accidental Deaths

Below was quoted from [Link] to share the some of the information and the web page with you.
Car accidents are no longer the leading cause of accidental deaths in the United States. According to a recent report published by the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics, this dubious distinction now belongs to drug poisoning. What's at the root of this trend? A river of prescription painkillers.

Next are a few quotes from this page [Link], This one is mostly a list of "popular people's deaths. I'm not really any more concerned about them than you tho, so I didn't bother reading much of it.
Killer Weed, huh?
Here is why they dry to blame cannabis...
"Cannabis - Yep, there really are people whose official "underlying cause of death" has been attributed to their use of cannabis. Of course, more people have died from just about anything you can think of and none of these deaths were the result of toxic conditions caused by cannabis -- they are all classed as mental disorders involving cannabis (ICD-9 code 304.3 - Drug Dependence and ICD-9 code 305.2 -Nondependent Abuse)."

Next they have the "induced" method, but all thosse serial killers. Not even one of them was not acting alone. They all were on pills given to them from their doctors! 
Drug-Induced - This category includes everything under the sun. Although the US Office of National Drug Control Policy uses drug-induced deaths as a reason to wage war on your fellow citizens, in actuality only 21 percent of these deaths are due to the use of illegal drugs. Drug-induced causes exclude accidents, homicides, and other causes indirectly related to drug use. Also excluded are newborn deaths associated with mother’s drug use -- 41 deaths over the 20 years.