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GG’s wife visits suffering Ontario Ojibway community National News | 04. Nov, 2010
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EABAMETOONG FIRST NATION, ONT.–The wife of Canada’s Governor General arrived Thursday morning in a remote northern Ontario Ojibway community that has been plagued by drug-fuelled violence.

Sharon Johnston travelled to Eabametoong First Nations along with Ruth Ann Onley, wife of Ontario Lt.-Gov. David Onley. They were also accompanied by Nishnawbe Aski Nation Grand Chief Stan Beardy.

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Posted: 2010/11/5 11:23  Updated: 2010/11/5 11:56
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 Re: GG’s wife visits suffering Ontario Ojibway communit...
here is the true source of the problem

the biggest drug pushers are the doctors and psychiatrists working for profits
for shareholders from the drug and insurance companies at the expense of peoples health
for money
this quest for profits destroys people's spirit and is not true healing

for example:
many street drugs began as "psychiatric" treatments through mistaken psycho-science
Researchers Look to Ecstasy as PTSD Therapy Option
http://pn.psychiatryonline.org/content/45/19/26.1.full
this is legalized drug dealing which increases the demand for these drugs
especially on poor disadvantaged communities

when was the last time you heard of a doctor or psychiatrist actually "curing" someone with drugs
as opposed to continually treating them with destructive drugs?
try to think of just one single example

maybe its time to time throw the money changers out of the temple of medicine ... again