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Pandemic Of Fear: How America Fell Victim To A Mass Delusional Psychosis

Pandemic Of Fear: How America Fell Victim To A Mass Delusional Psychosis

Godspeak is proud to host Dr. Mark McDonald, child and adolescent psychiatrist who originally diagnosed mass delusional psychosis as the Covid-19 pandemic unfolded. Mark grew increasingly concerned by the negative mental health effects he witnessed amongst his patients and America nationwide. These negative effects presented as stress, anxiety, depression, addiction, domestic violence, and suicidal ideation. […]

EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Ken Buck Demands Zuckerberg Hand Over Research Into Instagram’s Effects On Eating Disorders, Child Exploitation

EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Ken Buck Demands Zuckerberg Hand Over Research Into Instagram’s Effects On Eating Disorders, Child Exploitation

Ailan Evans Colorado Republican Rep. Ken Buck demanded Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hand over research into Instagram’s effects on teen users in a letter sent Thursday and obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation. Leaked documents published by The Wall Street Journal in September detailed some of Facebook’s research into how its image-sharing platform Instagram affects the mental health […]

Apple Reportedly Developing iPhone Technology That Knows When You’re Depressed

Apple Reportedly Developing iPhone Technology That Knows When You’re Depressed

Ailan Evans Apple is reportedly working on iPhone technology capable of detecting and diagnosing depression, according to The Wall Street Journal. The tech giant is developing the iPhone features to reliably detect and diagnose depression as well as cognitive decline, people familiar with the matter told the WSJ. The technology is being developed in partnership with […]

2015: The Last Christmas in America

2015: The Last Christmas in America

Two authors are predicting hard times for America and the world. Most past predictions have not been borne out, but a few were right about 2008 By Charles Hugh Smith, November 30, 2015 The game of enabling more debt by lowering interest rates and loosening lending standards is coming to an end. If we define Christmas as […]