- The actor tweeted that side effect of medication Robin was taking is suicide
- Pair met more than two decades ago on US TV show Saturday Night Live
- William’s spokeswoman declined to comment when asked about rumours
- He took his life last Sunday as his third wife Susan slept in the next room
- Funeral of the Mrs Doubtfire star could take place as early as this weekend
Preface by: Lucille Femine, Executive Assistant for The Liberty Beacon project
Here surfaces another deeply tragic loss of one of our greatest talents. The cause is now obvious: psychiatric drugs. Who else would be so evil, callous and downright stupid as to prescribe pills for depression that causes suicide? Please consider the insanity of this “solution.”
We will miss Robin Williams, as we did others like Judy Garland, Billy Holiday, Earnest Hemingway, Kurt Cobain, Marilyn Monroe and many others.
The artist is the one who shapes and beautifies our culture and gives it future. Psychiatrists, in their irrational fear of the power of beauty and the happiness it brings, tries to destroy it. If they don’t outright kill the artist, they certainly maim him enough to stifle his creativity forever.
However, the artist is simply a favorite target of the psychiatrist and his drugs. Millions more now suffer from this “profession”, including pregnant women, the elderly and children. Be aware of their products which are death and unhappiness, nothing else. For sure, many claim psychiatric drugs have helped them but that is only in the initial stages. After a while, the negative effects kick in – such as depression, violence and suicidal thoughts.
Actor Rob Schneider tweeted: ‘Now that we can talk about it #Robin Williams was on a drug treating the symptoms of Parkinson’s. One of the side effects is suicide.’
Schneider, 50, met Williams more than two decades ago when they appeared on the US TV show, Saturday Night Live. They remained close friends and often performed together in stand-up comedy clubs.
Williams’s spokeswoman declined to comment when asked by The Mail on Sunday about rumours that the tragic comic’s family blames the medication he was on for ‘pushing him over the edge’.
A source said: ‘Robin had recently left rehab. He was on medication for anxiety and depression and had also started taking drugs to combat the early onset of Parkinson’s.
‘Many of these drugs list suicidal thoughts as a possible side effect. A lot of Robin’s friends are convinced that the cocktail of prescription pills he was on somehow contributed to his mental state deteriorating as quickly as it did.
‘Robin had always suffered from depression and addiction but the diagnosis and treatment of his Parkinson’s was new, as was the combination of drugs he was on.’
Williams, 63, was last photographed at an art show near his home in Tiburon, northern California, last Saturday night. He appeared frail and thin.
He took his life last Sunday as his third wife Susan Schneider (who is not related to Rob Schneider) slept in the next room. The pair are thought to have been sleeping in separate rooms because Williams was suffering from insomnia brought on by the drugs he was taking.
Williams’s body was found on Monday morning by his personal assistant. Results of toxicology tests are expected to take six weeks.
• ‘His eyes looked deep set… the impish charm had vanished’: Shock of Robin Williams’ first drama professor as he shares never-before-seen pictures of his ‘genius’ pupil performing in front of royalty in 1971
• Robin Williams’ family members ‘arrive for private memorial service planned by his widow’
• Westboro Baptist Church planning anti-gay protest outside Robin Williams’ funeral – because of late actor’s role in The Birdcage
Experts say Parkinson’s disease can make symptoms of depression worse. America’s National Institute of Mental Health says on its website that people struggling with depression and Parkinson’s ‘suffer higher levels of anxiety and more problems with concentration’ than those suffering from only one of the ailments.
Dr Jeff Bronstein, neurologist specialising in Parkinson’s, said: ‘Obviously getting the diagnosis can make people depressed but we also know there is a much higher incidence of depression even before the disease is recognised. We think it’s one of the early symptoms.’
The funeral of the star of Good Will Hunting, Good Morning Vietnam and Mrs Doubtfire could take place as early as this weekend.
A source told The Mail on Sunday: ‘The funeral will be private and small for family and very close friends only. There will be larger memorials in Los Angeles and New York at a later date.’
Williams was involved in raising money for Parkinson’s research through his friend Michael J. Fox’s foundation before he was diagnosed with the disease.
Back To The Future star Fox tweeted: ‘Stunned to learn Robin had PD. A true friend. I wish him peace.’
TLB recommends you read more great/pertinent articles here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ushome/index.html