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Patient prescription drug records may be used to deny Americans their constitutional rights

 
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Patient prescription drug records may be used to deny Americans their constitutional rights
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(NaturalNews) All Americans who have been prescribed psychiatric medications could be denied their constitutional rights under gun control legislation expected to be introduced into the U.S. Senate on January 22nd. Although the actual text of the bill is not yet available to the public, the heavy emphasis on "mental health" in recent gun control discussions echoes the present-day denial of Second Amendment rights to veterans diagnosed with PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder).

In an effort to deny gun ownership "privileges" to as many Americans as possible, Sen. Feinstein and other proponents of total citizen disarmament could simply expand the definition of those deemed "mentally unfit" for gun purchases to include anyone who has ever been prescribed an antidepressant or a drug for ADHD.

I give credit for this realization to Jon Rappoport, editor of No More Fake News. In a phone conversation yesterday evening, he brought this to my attention, even describing psychiatrists as "the new cops" who get to determine whether you have any rights at all.

Conducting further research on the subject, I found that a national database of prescription drug users already exists. It was created by the National All Schedules Prescription Electronic Reporting Act (NASPER) signed into law by President George W. Bush in 2005.

A government prescription drug surveillance program is already in place

The intent of the NASPRE law was to stop patients from "doc hopping" from one city or state to another in a scam to acquire prescription "controlled substances" such as powerful painkillers. But the effort to monitor controlled substances has morphed into something far more insidious: a multi-state, data-sharing prescription drug surveillance program now run by 48 states.

The website for that program is www.pmpalliance.org which lists its board members as heads of the very same pharmacies that sell controlled substances for profit. And guess where PMPalliance.org gets its funding? The U.S. Dept. of Justice.

This means Obama can simply issue an executive orderrequiring the DOJ start using the patient prescription surveillance data for a whole new reason: To add people to a "NO GUN BUY list" in much the same way people are mysteriously added to the TSA's "no-fly lists" today. (Once you're on the no-fly list, there's no way to remove yourself from it, no way to challenge being on the list, no due process and absolutely no ability to sue the government to try to get off the list.)

If you take antidepressants, you could be denied the right to self defense

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Re: Patient prescription drug records may be used to deny Americans their constitutional rights
Great article,
definitely going to need more antidepressants now.
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01/07/2013 02:14 PM
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Re: Patient prescription drug records may be used to deny Americans their constitutional rights
Wonder if adderall will be on the list?
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Re: Patient prescription drug records may be used to deny Americans their constitutional rights
Wonder if adderall will be on the list?
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Of course........

As it should be.
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Yeah I have to agree with more restrictions based on psych history. Adderall is an amphetamine and can lead to psychosis. I've been in a 5150 ward for a couple weeks two years ago I wonder if that will come back to haunt me.

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