Typical antipsychotics (aka. neuroleptics or major tranquilizers)
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[Wikipedia] Typical antipsychotics (sometimes referred to as conventional antipsychotics, classical neuroleptics or major tranquilizers) are a class of antipsychotic drugs first developed in the 1950s and used to treat psychosis (in particular, schizophrenia), and are generally being replaced by atypical antipsychotic drugs. Typical antipsychotics may also be used for the treatment of acute mania, agitation, and other conditions.
    Traditional antipsychotics are broken down into low-potency and high-potency classifications. Fluphenazine and haloperidol are examples of high-potency typical antipsychotics, and chlorpromazine is an example of a low potency antipsychotic. High-potency typical antipsychotics tend to be associated with more extrapyramidal side effects (EPS) and less histaminic (e.g. sedation), alpha adrenergic (e.g. orthostasis) and anticholinergic (e.g. dry mouth) side effects, while low-potency typical antipsychotics tend to be associated with less EPS but more H1, alpha1, and muscarinic side effects.

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[2011 Nov] Antipsychotics Linked to Childhood Diabetes

Antipsychotics Now Top Revenue Producers In US, Topping Cholesterol Drugs
IMS Health reports that in 2008, sales in the US of antipsychotics (used for absolutely every alleged mental disorder under the sun) in 2008 reached $14.6 billion, topping lipid regulators (ie, statins, etc.) which hit $14.5 billion in US sales.

The drugs
Chlorpromazine (Largactil, Thorazine)
Fluphenazine (Prolixin)
Haloperidol (Haldol)
Thiothixene (Navane)
Thioridazine (Mellaril)
Loxapine (Loxapac, Loxitane)
Prochlorperazine (Compazine, Buccastem, Stemetil)
Pimozide (Orap)

Since 1954 in the United States, the administration of one class of twenty psychiatric drugs called neuroleptics— Thorazine,
Haldol, Mellaril, Stelazine, Prolixin, and others— has caused between 300,000 and one million cases of motor brain damage. Rappoport, Jon  (Ownership of All Life)

"The miracle drugs (neuroleptics) cause the worst plague of brain damage in medical history."--Peter Breggin, M.D.

"I believe more than 1 million Americans suffer from TD. It seems conservative to say that in 1991, tens of millions of TD victims are alive around the world…..Psychiatry has unleashed an epidemic of neurological disease on the world. Even if TD were the only permanent disability produced by these drugs, by itself, this would be among the worst medically-induced disasters in history."—Peter Breggin, M.D.

"The risk of developing severe TD from antipsychotic drugs probably lies between 20% and 40%, but mild symptoms appear in up to 70% of patients."—Jack Gorman, Essential Guide to Psychiatric Drugs, 1990.

Thorazine was used regularly at the CIA’s Jonestown , Guyana group control experiment. Survivors of Jonestown have testified as to its effectiveness. After this gruesome experiment in mind control came to its end with a massacre, large amounts of drugs were discovered. Just one footlocker at Jonestown alone contained 11,000 doses. The authorities prevented chemical autopsies of the bodies to insure secrecy of this sophisticated concentration camp which was used for medical and psychiatric experimentation by the CIA. An examination of the drugs that are used in mental hospitals to alter the minds of patients offers a clear indication of what is being used in the Monarch Mind Control programming. The Illuminati Formula 3. THE USE OF DRUGS

AFFIDAVIT OF ROBERT WHITAKER   In summary, the research literature reveals the following:
a) Antipsychotics increase the likelihood that a person will become chronically ill.
b) Long-term recovery rates are much higher for unmedicated patients than for those who are maintained on antipsychotic drugs.
c) Antipsychotics cause a host of debilitating physical, emotional and cognitive side effects, and lead to early death.
d) The new "atypical" antipsychotics are not better than the old ones in terms of their safety and tolerability, and quality of life may even be worse on the new drugs than on the old ones.

Psychiatric Drugs Shorten Life Span By Samuel A. Moser