Just before WWI began, an evil pharmaceutical firm you may have heard of called Merck accidentally developed a psychotherapy drug that was originally supposed to serve as an appetite suppressor for soldiers, but it failed miserably. That drug later served other purposes. After World War II, the U.S. Army used MDMA for their psychological warfare testing, like truth serum, because once a person is completely “doped up,” they’ll admit to just about anything. Doping was a tactic used on prisoners of war to steal enemy strategies and war room secrets. Then, by the 1960s, psychiatrists began using MDMA for psychotherapy medication, and a decade later, it was being legally prescribed by doctors, and then sold on the streets as a party drug under the nickname “Ecstasy.”
MDMA is short for 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine. Other street names for MDMA are ecstasy or “Molly.” Chemically similar to stimulants and hallucinogens, MDMA is a synthetic drug that alters perception and mood. It gained its popularity in nightclubs and all-night “raves” across America over the past two decades.
MDMA may be the most dangerous drug ever, and for several reasons. Most of the time, MDMA is a mixture of all of the most lethal drugs, including cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, and LSD. What’s worse than that? Drug dealers “cut” those drugs by adding in rat poison, baby laxatives, drain cleaner, caffeine, degreasing solvents, and even dog de-worming medications. Then drug dealers put nifty logos on the pills and call it a euphoric name that attracts partying morons without a hitch.
It’s easy to have a stroke or die after taking Ecstasy because you have no clue what you’re getting. For some partiers, they get a high they like, and then when it wears off, they want that same high, but get a different combination of drugs and poisons that freak out their heart and central nervous system, leading to panic, paranoia, heart attacks, strokes, and even death. Ecstasy comes in all forms, including pills, powders, liquids (a.k.a. GHB), and the kind you inject into your veins.
Are you ready for a $10,000 4-day extravaganza, where you take mixtures of drugs and have sex with prostitutes on a private resort island off the coast of Trinidad? Nobody will know you went there, unless you die of an overdose or get AIDS from a stripper. U.S. politicians all agree to keep the party hush-hush. And yes, the whole thing is real – in fact – there’s even a sex island website you can visit, if you’re having any doubts.
Officials who monitor the island for illegal activities have threatened to shut it down, but you know how rich, perverted politicians always seem to “skirt the law” (pardon the pun) – they just pay people off and party on. Guests coming to Sex Island are guaranteed at least two whores, unlimited catered food and drinks, and some pink powder called “toothy” that’s some bastardized version of MDMA.
More than eight million kids are kidnapped and trafficked every year by a global pedophile network funded by politicians and elitist gurus. Sex slavery is big business, and flight logs obtained by Fox News from the “Lolita Express” (the Boeing 727 jet owned by registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein) show that former U.S. President Bill Clinton (and alleged rapist) has visited the perverted, sex-offending Sex Island on more than two dozen occasions.
“Slick Willy” even ditches his secret service detail to indulge in that 4-day-long “ecstasy.” Add in that Epstein’s jet is “tricked out” with beds for the rich elitist passengers to have sex with young (probably kidnapped, under-aged and drugged) girls on their way to Sex Island.
And yes, Merck is still at it, inventing “innovative medicines” at their biopharmaceutical laboratories, where they spike blood samples and falsify data on vaccines in order to fraudulently secure billion-dollar government contracts, all according to their very own whistle-blowing virologists who were former employees.
Tune into Statins.news for more information on how prescription drugs (that are pushed by quacks and sold on the street) often make health problems worse and are designed to only “manage” symptoms of disease and disorder, but never really heal Americans.
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