Levels of institutionalization for insanity are undeniably low compared
to the 1950's. Rhode Island has only 2% of those committed to
institutions, that's a 98% drop accounting for population growth.
Why the difference?
In the 1950's the U.S. Government ordered the pharmaceutical industry to stop Direct-To-Consumer advertising. The healthcare industry had become incredibly successful hooking the general populace on their mercury products. Mercury can initially alleviate conditions that it causes, and then it comes back with a vengeance. This is the history of Calomel in the Unites States of America going back to the early 1700's.
The industry has lowered the dose of neurotoxins it doles out, but the number of doses of childhood vaccinations have skyrocketed. We also can't dismiss other sources of mercury poisoning. Mercury dental amalgams are the rule for those using social services, even for little children. Add to this mercury from the following:
Today, in 20% of chlor-alkali plants across the United States, we still use the antiquated mercury cell Castner-Kellner process
. Rather than have the mercury be poured into the local water supply, these companies let their residual mercury contaminate the following products, caustic soda and chlorine.
Caustic soda is used to make the following products:
High Fructose Corn Syrup
Milled corn products
Chlorine is the other major product from this process. After a heavy rain that extra-chlorinated smell from your municipal water supply means the company has added a good dose of chlorine, and it may be tainted with mercury.
Chlorine is also used to make bleach. Clorox is a safe bleach to use because they do not use the Castner-Kellner process. Many others are questionable. http://factsaboutbleach.com/mercuryqa.htm
Bleached products like paper towels, napkins, plates, etc.
Chlorine is where the