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As Babies are Prescribed Pharmaceuticals, Have We Reached Dystopia?
By Joe Jarvis - August 31, 2017

Would you let a five-year-old smoke a joint? I certainly hope not. Yet that would probably be less harmful than loading kids up on pharmaceuticals.

Currently, over a million American children UNDER SIX YEARS OLD are taking psychiatric drugs. Babies are literally being doped up by the pharmaceutical industry. Over 274,000 babies UNDER ONE-YEAR-OLD are given drugs, mostly for anxiety.

Anxiety drugs for babies. Have they tried motherly love? Or is that just an old fashioned, outdated concept?

You know, I like to mention society’s similarity to Orwell’s 1984. And surely the growing police state, war on drugs, and endless military campaigns–where the enemy seems to change daily–are reminiscent of the fictional dictatorship of Big Brother.

But it seems the powers that be are working tirelessly to blend together the dystopia of 1984, with that of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World.

In that dystopia, there is no police state or war. Society has been perfectly designed by scientists, inspired by Ford’s assembly line. Babies are grown in the lab, cloned to all look alike, depending on their class. Parents are an embarrassing relic of the past. How silly to think a child needs family when they have the state!

The lower castes are deprived of oxygen as embryos to stunt their mental development. In America, they use fluoride in the drinking water instead.

In Brave New World, children listen to 24-hour propaganda in their cribs. Betas hear:

Alpha children wear grey. They work much harder than we do, because they’re so frightfully clever. I’m really awfully glad I’m a Beta, because I don’t work so hard. And then we are much better than the Gammas and Deltas. Gammas are stupid. They all wear green, and Delta children wear khaki. Oh no, I don’t want to play with Delta children. And Epsilons are still worse.

White pride, black pride, gay pride, national pride. Pride is not meant for accidents of birth. You should be proud of accomplishments and achievements, not genetics and geography. Perhaps someone has been whispering in these radicalized children’s ears.

And how jealous the Department of Education must be of the incubators of Brave New World! They have to sometimes wait years to indoctrinate children. But at least the government gets to drug them up at a young age! And if the TV is left on, most of the programming is done for them.

Of course, the adults are drugged up in Brave New World as well, just like in America. If anyone feels the least bit anxious, nervous, sad–or any other troublesome emotion–they get “soma.” It’s the perfect mix of drugs with only pleasant feelings and no ill side effects.

The 1 in 6 Americans on antidepressants, antipsychotics, and anti-anxiety medication still have to put up with side effects.

The 50 million plus Americans on psychiatric medication sometimes kill themselves, or go mad and kill others. I guess the government is still working out the kinks. Or it’s just another creative blending of 1984 and Brave New World. In the former, the proles must be properly terrified.

And there is one more thing I can remember from Brave New World that strikes eerily similar to modern America.

At what age does the public education system start teaching sex ed? Kindergarteners in some states receive “age appropriate”–according to the government–sexual education. Some studies suggest teen pregnancies rise in areas where sex ed is taught at younger ages.

How young is too young for a sex change? Kids can now choose between 43 genders, or make up a new one! It’s like Mr. Potato head, but with their own bodies. And they will be given corresponding drugs to enhance the “natural” changes.

In the classrooms of Brave New World:

“We had Elementary Sex for the first forty minutes,” she answered. “But now it’s switched over to Elementary Class Consciousness.”

The Director walked slowly down the long line of cots. Rosy and relaxed with sleep, eighty little boys and girls lay softly breathing…

He let out the amazing truth. For a very long period before the time of Our Ford, and even for some generations afterwards, erotic play between children had been regarded as abnormal (there was a roar of laughter); and not only abnormal, actually immoral (no!): and had therefore been rigorously suppressed.

Drugging the population, programming citizens with propaganda, sexualizing children, creating class divisions.

These dystopian novels were meant to be warnings, not instruction manuals.

Aldous Huxley explores how his fictional predictions progressed in his nonfiction work, Brave New World Revisited.

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  • What a great article! It paints a picture that is actually a snapshot of the world we live in today.

    There was a movie called “Valley of the Dolls” that portrayed a pill popping Hollywood scene. Dolls were the name given to the pills. It was a shocking idea to most of America that Hollywood would be that way. Yet today, we live in that Hollywood world all around us as pills are consumed by half the adult population and many have negative effects on our brains.

    • autonomous

      Huxley himself experimented with mescaline and LSD. In fast, he had his second wife assist his death with two injections of LSD. There is much in his life that makes me question just how dystopian was his viewpoint expressed in Brave New World. That said, he certainly did the world a favor in honestly describing what for him was the coming world. I can’t help but wonder how many of those who have delivered this world to us were as inspired by Huxley’s vision as many others have been horrified by it.

    • Thank you! It’s true, most people are very unaware.

  • Rosicrucian32

    It won’t be long before RFID implants will be mandatory for newborns. They will couple the implant with government mandated vaccinations. They will make punitive to refuse the process either financially, criminally, or most likely both. IT IS COMING.

  • Spanky Lee

    The institutions of healthcare now select providers most on the basis of compliance. “Follow the consensus opinion-never speak out.”
    Th consensus opinion is supposed to be generated by ‘science’. But it’s not. It’s generated by money-drug company money that is used to fund researchers and study that align with drug company interests.
    What might ethos interests be?
    Profits. How do drug companies make profits? Be ensuring that lots of people take their medications. How do the ensure that? By purchasing the consensus opinion. They pay ‘researchers’ to conduct ‘studies’ that confirm that (A) there IS a disease out there that their drugs treat (infantile anxiety), (B) there is a treatment for that disease that happens to be…. the drug company’s drug.
    It’s dishonest, greedy, unfair and dangerous..

    • Don Duncan

      “It’s dishonest, greedy, unfair and dangerous..” It’s not unfair, but 3 out 4 ain’t bad. It is correct to assume the USSR & Red China had to change or slowly die out. The same is true of the U.S. Empire. All three are based on public support of institutionalized violence/moral immunity. All three are losing support for practical (economic) reasons, not because the populace have renounced their worship of rulers.

      This is why I say the symptoms of govt. are not unfair. They are exactly what happens when a monopoly of force is created and supported despite the fraud, greed, and death it brings. It is deserved, i.e., fair. The victims sanction their own exploitation, and are dimly aware of it, but refuse to think about it. They will not examine their cherished childhood indoctrination. They are cognitively crippled, and will not try to fix themselves. So, their suffering is self inflicted, logical, fair. It’s what must be, given their willful blindness. Like zombies, they stumble through life blaming everything and everybody except themselves for their misery. They change faces in govt., but not the govt. paradigm, and refuse to acknowledge the futility of that strategy. Social progress is not by design, by a new understanding, and is therefore temporary. They are easily confused and misled, which is the goal of their leaders. That makes them easier to control/exploit, which is the goal of TPTB. Power is addictive. So much so that it leads to self destruction rather than renunciation. It’s only a matter of time.

  • autonomous

    Brave New World of 2006? How about 1958?

    • mutonic2db

      What was so special in 1958?

      • autonomous

        That was the year Nrave New World Revisited was published, not 2006 as reported in the article.

        • mutonic2db

          Thanks, all clear now

    • autonomous

      Sorry, I meant Brave New World Revisited

  • mutonic2db

    Amusing Ourselves to Death: Huxley vs Orwell

    Interesting comparison.
    Don’t know which is the worst of the two evils come to us in the near future.

    http://highexistence.com/amusing-ourselves-to-death-huxley-vs-orwell/

  • georgesilver

    “I like to use Audible to listen to books while doing mindless tasks like weeding the garden. Try Audible and Get Two Free Audiobooks.”

    Sounds as though you have been indoctrinated into needing a ‘voice’ in your head all of the time. Try stopping ‘the voice’ in your head. It’s not easy but with practice it can be done and then you will become aware of your surroundings, sounds and colours without ‘the voice’ analysing and interpreting.

    Next time you are walking down the street look at people’s faces as they pass you. You can see by their expressions that they are having a constant conversation with themselves. They are mostly unaware of their surroundings. The same goes for people listening to music (and dare I say audio books) as they go about their daily lives. They are missing the real world that surrounds them.

    So next time you do weeding just ditch the audio book. Stop the incessant chatter in your head and learn to experience the world that surrounds you without critical analysis. Just be.

    • Jack of Zoom

      Hear, hear

  • gringott

    Both books were plans, not warnings. The authors exposed the plans of the powers that be for the future.

  • Jack of Zoom

    “mindless tasks like weeding the garden”? i get what you’re getting at, but gardening in all stages– indeed all tasks. . . should be mindful, not mindless.

  • Jack of Zoom

    I remember– years ago. . . reading about a conversation between Huxley and Orwell, discussing what tyranny in the future would be like. Orwell, of course, envisioned a tyranny of oppression, CCCP style. Huxley, saw the opposite: A tyranny of. . leisure

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