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Camilo
21st August 2014, 14:02
http://youtu.be/CiUeOLfV5z8 (8 Min. video)


Published on el 08/15/2014

As the details of the Robin Williams tragedy continue to unfold, shocking new information has come to light and the mainstream media has as usual failed to ask some incredibly relevant and important questions.

Why isn't anybody talking about possible SSRI usage? Why isn't the association between SSRI usage and Parkinson's disease being discussed?

The Lawnman
21st August 2014, 14:57
One interesting perspective can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bWAOXlgBDg The author suggests the plausibility that Robin Williams may have died from autoerotic asphyxiation; not as a result of SSRI usage. And for obvious reasons family and friends would suppress the [real] truth surrounding his death, not wanting it made public.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erotic_asphyxiation

kemo
22nd August 2014, 07:05
At least it wasn't another False Flag though. That's a relief.

Frederick Jackson
22nd August 2014, 11:22
One interesting perspective can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bWAOXlgBDg The author suggests the plausibility that Robin Williams may have died from autoerotic asphyxiation; not as a result of SSRI usage. And for obvious reasons family and friends would suppress the [real] truth surrounding his death, not wanting it made public.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erotic_asphyxiation

That occurred to me also. I hope there is no SSRI Parkinsons association as I take an SSRI and my father had Parkinsons. If he did die from autoerotic asphyxiation it may have been a desperate attempt to "self medicate" to relieve his depression. I find there has been a good outcome in the media with discussion of relationship of drug and alcohol addiction to depression and also to creativity.

peterpam
22nd August 2014, 13:56
http://youtu.be/CiUeOLfV5z8 (8 Min. video)


Published on el 08/15/2014

As the details of the Robin Williams tragedy continue to unfold, shocking new information has come to light and the mainstream media has as usual failed to ask some incredibly relevant and important questions.

Why isn't anybody talking about possible SSRI usage? Why isn't the association between SSRI usage and Parkinson's disease being discussed?


There is no way on earth that he was not prescribed an antidepressant. The only way he would not be taking one ( or multiple drugs) is if he flat out refused to do it. It is really interesting that MSM is ignoring this connection. It really stands as proof that the info we receive is so white washed and distorted to avoid anything that may be detrimental to the profits of huge corporations. That should have been looked at immediately

The other thing I find troubling is the way he supposedly asphyxiated himself. From what I can gather, he hung himself from the door knob with a closed belt? Who would try to kill themselves like that. Wouldn't you want to do it from a higher elevation to make sure you did the job? It would be so much easier than with a belt in a sitting position. Try to really visualize this and it doesn't make sense. Someone let me know if I am wrong about the way he supposedly did it.

Shezbeth
22nd August 2014, 14:13
One interesting perspective can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bWAOXlgBDg The author suggests the plausibility that Robin Williams may have died from autoerotic asphyxiation; not as a result of SSRI usage. And for obvious reasons family and friends would suppress the [real] truth surrounding his death, not wanting it made public.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erotic_asphyxiation

I am pleased to see this mentioned in and around RW's death; who 'commits suicide' by asphyxiation? I suppose hanging, but that seems awfully contrived. A belt? Please!

What is more interesting is that 'accidental death by auto-erotic asphyxiation, modified to look like a suicide' was the theme of an independent movie he starred in called 'World's Greatest Dad'.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1262981/

While the 'suicide' explanation is certainly plausible, a humiliating accident is equally plausible. Moreover, I haven't ruled out "Hollywood sacrifice engineered to look like a suicide that happens to be a theme of one of his movies", and SSRIs may have had a deliberate and/or accidental but causal role in it.

pyrangello
22nd August 2014, 22:08
25 years ago I had an employee/ 23 year old kid who came back off the road for me on a job, went to see his X-girlfriend that night at the bar, had a fight with her, went home , woke up his brother who was 18 and told him he loved him. Then went into the shower tub and tied 2 belts together and hung himself off the shower head just so his butt was about 4 inches off the tub floor, his legs forward in the tub , scuff marks from his boots in the tub as he lost consciousness. And yes he died just like that. Yes depression as well.

I saw Robin Williams in concert years ago in Detroit at the fox theatre, 3rd row seats . What a talent, what energy, and what a humanitarian and friend to all. With so much trouble in the world today he created for brief moments for all of us to forget how sinister people can be and how life should be everyday, full of humor and joy. RIP RW , may you be entertaining the angels and saints now everyday and truly at peace.

vilcabamba
25th August 2014, 15:42
antidepressents have nanotechnology implants in them. I would try to go natural rather then be further poisoned and messed up from the poisons they put in them. I was told that by a former military bio warfare scientist who warned me to stay away from prescriptions as they are poisoned. Also they put fluoride in the antidepressants to give people brain damage. So much for health "care". The nanotechnology is tied to the internet and satalite systems so people can be mind controlled. They are beaming low frequencies at us.

outerheaven
26th August 2014, 18:45
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Interesting analysis.

Maia Gabrial
29th August 2014, 16:24
As sad as it has become, here's what I think about all the suicides with the entertainers and famous people. At some point early in their careers, they're approached by someone from the Illuminati and offered all the wealth and fame they could want. In return, all they have to do is be allowed to be sacrificed to the demon god, Lucifer. They probably don't take it too seriously at that point. But then everything takes off for them and have forgotten the bargain.

Let's say that they're told the exact date that they'll be sacrificed but it's 20 years in the future. Plenty of time to enjoy the good life. Maybe they may even think that somehow they'll get out of it....

Someone comes for a visit to remind them that the date is getting nearer. That's when they realize that the bargain was all too real and it wasn't really good one at all; and they become more "depressed" because now they know that they'll be expected to fulfill it. All the public will see is that they turn to drugs or alcohol because that's what the rich and famous do. No one can imagine the overwhelming fear that they live with daily now. There's no escaping it for them. And then it happens....

Most of these suicides just don't seem right, like something is off about them. Again, conspiracy factists seem to be able to spot them because they're paying attention to the details.

Robin Williams was a great actor who was fortunate to have starred in many great movies. He'll be missed....

Camilo
31st August 2014, 19:47
I would like to thank Robin Williams for bringing the world together, for reminding us how thin the line is between life and death and reminding us no matter how we exit, or choose to exit, it should never be questioned by anyone else.
No matter how we behave in our lives we have to believe we are doing our best at any given moment. When others throw out their opinion of our best please remember their opinion holds no weight on you. Love them for where they stand and love yourself for where you stand.
It may be difficult for us to accept diversity in how others see death or conscious death (suicide) but what we can agree on is that everyone is doing their best with the moment they have wether we agree with them or not.

Birth and death are not two different states, but they are different aspects of the same state. There is as little reason to deplore the one as there is to be pleased over the other.-Mahatma Gandhi

Hervé
14th November 2014, 18:15
Robin Williams was on anti-depressant drug with 'black box' warning at the time of his suicide; findings downplayed by mainstream media (http://www.sott.net/article/288924-Robin-Williams-was-on-anti-depressant-drug-with-black-box-warning-at-the-time-of-his-suicide-findings-downplayed-by-mainstream-media)

Kelly Patricia O'Meara
CCHR International (http://www.cchrint.org/2014/11/10/robin-williams-was-on-drugs-at-the-time-of-his-death-antidepressant-drugs/)
Mon, 10 Nov 2014 15:08 CET


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The antidepressant found in Williams' toxicology test, Mirtazapine (Remeron), has 10 drug regulatory agency warnings citing suicidal ideation

If news headlines were to be believed about the autopsy findings of beloved actor/comedian Robin Williams, who tragically committed suicide nearly two months ago, no drugs were found in his system at the time of his death, as evidenced by headlines from USA Today, NBC News, the BBC and others proclaiming "no alcohol or drugs" were found. These headlines couldn't be more wrong.

The medical examiner's report cites an antidepressant drug was in Williams' system at the time of his death. The particular antidepressant, Mirtazapine, (also known as Remeron (http://www.cchrint.org/psychiatric-drugs/antidepressantsideeffects/remeronsideeffects/)) carries 10 international drug regulatory warnings on causing suicidal ideation.

According to the autopsy results, not only was Williams under the influence of antidepressant drugs (http://www.cchrint.org/psychiatric-drugs/antidepressantsideeffects/), but the powerful antipsychotic Seroquel (http://www.cchrint.org/psychiatric-drugs/antipsychoticsideeffects/seroquelsideeffects/) was also found at the scene and appears to have been recently taken by Williams. While toxicology tests apparently were negative for the antipsychotic Seroquel, the fact remains that a bottle of Seroquel prescribed to Williams on August 4th, just seven days prior to Williams' suicide, was missing 8 pills. The Seroquel instructions advise to take one pill per day as needed. Side effects associated with Seroquel include psychosis, paranoid reactions, delusions, depersonalization and suicide attempt.


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'The human spirit is more powerful than any drug and THAT is what needs to be nourished: with work, play, friendship, family. These are the things that matter. --Robin Williams, Awakenings

The question that has to be asked is why the press continues to promote the idea that no drugs were found in Williams' system? At what point did mind-altering psychiatric drugs, which have side effects rivaling those of heroin or crack cocaine, stop being called drugs? And for those in the press who did "mention" the fact that Williams was found to have antidepressants in his system, the acknowledgement seems to promote the fact that "therapeutic concentrations" of prescription psychiatric drugs "improved his condition and kept him active until his death."

This is a highly misleading take on the events leading to Williams tragic suicide, especially in light of the fact that not only was Williams receiving mental health "treatment," he was under the supervision of a psychiatrist, was not abusing illegal drugs and had not "fallen off the wagon."

The facts regarding antidepressant drugs are these:

Food and Drug Administration's Medwatch Adverse Drug Reports include 470,000 adverse reactions for psychiatric drugs between 2004-2012. The FDA admits only 1% of side effects are ever reported to them, so the actual number of reported side effects is assuredly much higher.



Mirtazapine (also known as Remeron (http://www.cchrint.org/psychiatric-drugs/antidepressantsideeffects/remeronsideeffects/)) carries the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) "Black box" warning for suicidality.





There are ten warnings of suicide associated with Mirtazapine alone and suicide is among the top 2 side effects reported to the FDA on this particular antidepressant





The FDA's MedWatch drug adverse event reporting system recorded 411 attempted and completed suicides associated with the antidepressant Mirtazapine alone (and the FDA estimates only 1% of side effects are ever reported to them)



90,000 emergency room visits are attributed to psychiatric drugs each year in the U.S.



23,755 suicides are attributed to psychiatric drugs each year in the U.S. alone.



In addition to suicidal ideation, documented side effects of antidepressants by international drug regulatory agencies include hallucinations, delusions, worsening depression, depersonalization, mania, psychosis, self-harm. (http://www.cchrint.org/psychiatric-drugs/antidepressantsideeffects/)

Given the above data, one can only wonder why Williams' psychiatric drug use has effectively been dismissed by reporting organizations. A careful review of Williams' psychiatric "non-drug" use paints a very different tragic story.

What was found in Williams' system were prescription psychiatric drugs with side effects that not only rival illegal street drugs, but also carry the FDA's "Black box" warnings - the federal agency's most serious warnings - about increased thoughts of suicide.

The fact is that two of the drugs Williams had been prescribed list suicidal thoughts as possible side effects. The Seroquel he was prescribed (and appears to have taken in the week prior to his suicide), and the antidepressant that was still in his system at the time of his suicide. Moreover, considering the FDA's Medwatch drug adverse event reporting system recorded 411 attempted and completed suicides associated with the antidepressant Mirtazapine alone (and the FDA estimates only 1% of side effects are ever reported to them), it becomes even more bizarre that the world's press ignore even the possibility that these drugs could be involved in Williams' suicide.

The much-loved comedian's death is a great loss, but the tragedy is further compounded by the mainstream press glossing over the serious and well-known association between suicide and the psychiatric drugs Williams was taking. If only the sentiments from one of Williams' finest roles in Awakenings had been taken literally in his personal life: "The human spirit is more powerful than any drug and that is what needs to be nourished: with work, play, friendship, family. These are the things that matter."

peterpam
14th November 2014, 21:12
I found this article on the internet and thought the excerpt copied below was interesting. I think it is pretty obvious that antidepressants may have played a role in his death:



TMZ obtained the documents from the coroner that listed four drugs in Williams system at the time of death, two anti-depressants and two caffeine compounds, but none of these substances were illegal drugs. Williams was also sober at his time of death.

The report lists that not only was the actor struggling with Parkinsons disease—since as early as 2011—but he was also battling severe depression, anxiety and paranoia.

Related: Shocked Hollywood Mourns Robin Williams

One such example of the paranoia occurred the night before his death when the 63-year-old comedian put several watches in a sock and gave them to a friend, apparently worried about the security of the watches. According to the documents, the authorities asked Robin’s wife Susan Schneider if he engaged in erotic asphyxiation, but she answered that he was not.

Meggings
15th November 2014, 00:00
This information about Robin Williams is channeled. I received this information and it rings true to me. I fully believe this is the truth of the matter.

QUESTION: I couldn’t stop asking the question “Why. Why would one so full of love commit suicide? Why would such a kind gentle man take his own life?" Please comment on Robin Williams’ death and if possible, his current belief system if it applies? Thank you.

RESPONSE: The first thing is that Robin Williams did not commit suicide, that this one was murdered. That this individual is what you said he was, but he was much more than that. He had his own private life; he was involved with certain ones that were dark in nature.

...it must be understood that this individual walked a very fine line indeed between genius and madness. That he was very insecure as well, and needed the public support that his fans gave him. This helped him feel loved. It helped him feel secure, but often when he doubted himself, he would be open to the darker energies. That this was also unfortunately used by those dark forces due to the drug and alcohol addictions that this individual did have when he was not feeling loved and supported, when he was not in the limelight, when he went through his own depression.

This caused him to be influenced by these dark ones who had gained access, that had attached themselves to his psyche, and it was this energy that did drive him to investigate the arena of darkness that Hollywood is, that the entertainment business is, that power brings; and he was approached by certain ones that promised him great fortune, great support, great wealth if he did partake in certain rituals. We will not mince words here: Satanic rituals, and it is so that he lived very close to a Satanic temple and a Satanic cult.

Many do not wish to know this for they have their illusion of this wonderful, kind man, this brilliant comedian, this bright star. But this bright star also had his dark hole. That he was lured into the grips of ones who controlled and manipulated as they do so often with stars, with politicians, with world leaders, with many.

What is seen here is that he did recently go through a deep depression which was more an extreme psychic attack. The reason he was going through this is because he had decided to reveal certain things and this became known to his handlers, to the ones that were pulling his strings. He could not be convinced to drop this and as a result he was murdered, he was executed. It is not simply that he over-dosed and committed suicide, nor would one who is committing suicide in this way put a belt around their own neck. This is a symbolic death ritual by the certain ones in the dark Cabal.

It is reminded that Mick Jagger’s girlfriend allegedly committed suicide this way and many years ago, decades ago, one of the Rothchilds was found in his Parisian hotel room also with a belt around his neck and attached to the doorknob of the bathroom. This is a ritualistic execution that sends out a message to others who know what this message means. The actor David Carradine was another such example and he too was murdered.

But of course those in power do not wish the world to know this and thus the fabrications, the lies, came forward that he was heavily depressed and that he took his own life. It is not seen that he did so, for it is seen that in his worst time of psychic attack that he found something within himself that KNEW he could not continue this way, that he needed to come forward, that he needed to reveal the darkness in his life, the darkness in his world, the darkness in the entertainment world, and that he was trying to do this, willing to do this when he was taken out.

Pris
15th November 2014, 00:04
What was found in Williams' system were prescription psychiatric drugs with side effects that not only rival illegal street drugs, but also carry the FDA's "Black box" warnings - the federal agency's most serious warnings - about increased thoughts of suicide.

Is it just me, but I'm perplexed. Why would anyone take a drug for anti-depression that can increase thoughts of suicide?!

How can a drug be even sold/prescribed for anti-depression that increases thoughts of suicide?

Why would a so-called anti-depressive drug even be invented to include the side-effect of an increase of thoughts of suicide?

Obviously, it's done deliberately by TPTB. Why are people so blind that they keep buying drugs from them? They just want us all sick and/or dead.

Note: this is why I think Robin Williams may have been murdered. He was smart. I'm sure he would have known all this.

Pilutaq
15th November 2014, 20:58
i've read that a week before(more or less) a friend of his visited and described that he was just like a shell of his former self
and maybe someone or something has taken the energy maybe it is a quid pro quo thing ?
and he died at the time there was a meteor shower someone might say just a say coincidence i think not !what do you think ?

loved the films he choosed
What Dreams May Come and the robot with a identity which is soul (can't remember the name of the movie )Patch Adams he was wonderful and the other way around as i don't believe in half truths

peterpam
15th November 2014, 22:01
As one who has experienced severe depression at some points in my life, I know it is possible to be so desperate to have the psychic pain go away that you are willing to do just about anything to get rid of the psychic pain. Everything that I value and hold true in a more balanced state goes out the window in the desperation of full blown depression. If one becomes vulnerable enough to seek assistance from the "medical community" the first choice is to bring out the drugs and the false promises about what they are able to do to fix you.

Unfortunately, whatever wisdom, and knowledge he may have had in his normal state of consciousness he may have been rendered quite helpless in the hopelessness and despair of full blown depression.

Pris
17th November 2014, 08:44
As one who has experienced severe depression at some points in my life, I know it is possible to be so desperate to have the psychic pain go away that you are willing to do just about anything to get rid of the psychic pain. Everything that I value and hold true in a more balanced state goes out the window in the desperation of full blown depression. If one becomes vulnerable enough to seek assistance from the "medical community" the first choice is to bring out the drugs and the false promises about what they are able to do to fix you.

Unfortunately, whatever wisdom, and knowledge he may have had in his normal state of consciousness he may have been rendered quite helpless in the hopelessness and despair of full blown depression.

Oh, yeah. You're definitely NOT in your right mind if you think help will come from the 'medical community'. Isn't it sick how they feed on the defenseless?

Tesla_WTC_Solution
18th November 2014, 20:31
Wanted to thank you for making this thread.

Lots of good points and observations in here.

Most of us do understand some of the causes behind a diagnosis of paranoia... I think by modern "standards" even Kennedy would have been diagnosed as a paranoid... before his MURDER... so, suicide or not, personally I believe Williams had reasons to be afraid.

Who hasn't seen and loved "Good Morning Vietnam"?

We must remember the good things that he left for us to enjoy,
while at the same time having enough care/respect to look closely at the details.


"The devil is in the details" :wizard:




p.s. one of the saints of the day Williams died was the Irish St. Fiacre, who is also associated with some of the darker pre-Christian aspects of the divine, including the Raven-gods (and goddesses!) of old Ireland.

"Because of his apparent dedication and self-sacrifice he brought about the conversion of the whole community. He was held in special great esteem for his work with the spade."

http://santuariodesanantonio.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/102.jpg?w=545&h=789


"Robin leapt out of his chair, charged the nearest camera, and pointed at me. “Don Katz paid me in Confederate currency!” he bellowed. Then he started making shoveling motions and singing an impromptu song clearly intended to simulate that of a slave working in the fields: “Hooo Ah bin a-workin’ for Audible ….”"

" I find myself thinking too often of late that people only really die if they are forgotten, so I thought I’d share these things to help make sure this doesn’t happen in the case of the preternaturally talented Mr. Williams.

Onward,

Don"