Alexandra Bruce
April 8, 2014

Podcast phenom, Stefan Molyneux treats us to a brief history of military trauma – up to, and including our own – and the terrible toll that multiple re-deployments has had on US troops.

The friendly smile of the most recent Fort Hood shooter, Ivan Lopez gave no hint of a history of depression, anxiety and other psychiatric disorders. Molyneux suspects that Lopez’ possible use of prescription SSRIs may have played a role in this tragic event.

Although Lopez’ use of SRRIs has bot been confirmed, virtually every mass-shooting events in the US, going back to Columbine. the shooters involved in all cases were ALL taking this category of drug.

Lopez, an Iraq war veteran, was being evaluated for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) before he opened fire at the Fort Hood Army post in Texas on Wednesday.

Lopez took his own .45-caliber handgun onto the sprawling facility and killed three people and wounded 16 more
before taking his own life.

His death left authorities trying to piece together what, in his background and medical treatment could have triggered a new round of bloodshed at the same Killeen post, where an officer killed 13 people in 2009.

With Molyneux’s classic panache, he wraps up this segment with a shocking directive to women; about how they can stop the merry-go-round of re-deployments and wars by making use of the fundamental power that women have over (most) men.



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