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  1. People get fat off that shit, grow four dress sizes overnight, you know what I mean. Makes you sleepy, craving for more no matter how much you eat. Can't even take a shit after eating that stuff without several cups of strong coffee. Gotta be adulterated with narcotics. No other way. Always some more or less fake "traditional" culture claptrap to it, along with plenty of fat, sugar, and salt. Soul food, comfort food, whatever they call it in some particular "culture" or another. "Chicken-and-fish" for African-Americans, Swedes call it "husmanskost," the Germans just really eating out the "meat-and-potatoes," that sort of thing. A little bit of alcohol in the beverages, too. A pinch of yeast and some extra sugar sneaked into the orange juice and allowed to ferment overnight -- "Good morning, children, time to get ready for school!" -- there's that mattress store down the street to replace all the beds wet by the children. It's always claimed to be racial, tribal, cultural, whatever, although in truth it is the exact same problem for all races and cultures. "Beans-and-rice" for Latin-Americans, etc., etc. I don't mean to leave anyone out, but it's really all the same. And it just goes on and on. There is always some ethnic or cultural stereotype, a "very good cook" who happens to be rather emotional and temperamental, and the food is doped.
  2. Less than 1% of rapes lead to felony convictions. At least 89% of victims face emotional and physical consequences. We need facts. The emotions expressed with percentage points don't cut it. at least 89 percent of victims report some level of distress, including high rates of physical injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety and substance abuse. Err, umm, sorry about the romp between the sheets, lady, if I may say so on behalf of some poor bedfellow of yours. It sounds like a wild party, you were all doing drugs, and the guy just wasn't that into you. Or else you expected money for sex and he didn't understand that was supposed to be part of the deal. Yes, I know. Break-up is hard. Just not enough crisp greenbacks to make up for that emotional hurt and pay for your next drug fix. Brett Kavanaugh is a tough judge, isn't he? Same same. All women are victims, all men are offenders, especially if they are intact or uncircumcised. These liberals classify transgender individuals as men, as otherwise that would infringe on the right of native-born ladies to perpetual distress and universal victimhood.
  3. 'Serial Killer' Juan David Ortiz Allegedly Preyed on Women With Drug Problems The man accused of killing four prostitutes was once in charge of intercepting narcotics and human trafficking on a route where one of his alleged victims was later found. Allison Quinn, Pervaiz Shallwani 09.16.18 10:38 AM ET I vote NOT GUILTY on this one. The man is a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Agent working in Laredo, Texas. Most of the local population in that area are Hispanic, with Spanish surnames and Latino skin, and they speak Spanish as a native language. This all too often becomes a convenient excuse for a certain "white nationalist" faction of federal law enforcement officials to turn their back on one of their Hispanic fellows, while the white U.S. law enforcement bosses continue to make deals with the Mexican drug cartel bosses. I am sorry, but the drug-dealing prostitutes and their drug cartel bosses simply lack the credibility to impeach a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Agent on such an unconscionable charge without compelling and independently verifiable evidence. If they were prostitutes with drug problems, there are many suspects with ample motives to kill them, with drug deals gone bad, and male and female lovers jilted for money. I smell a rat. The Roman Catholic Church tends to rule Latinos with a rod of iron, and the Church is too big on distressed ladies, forced confession, and cruel and unusual punishment. Throughout history, the Roman Catholic Church has had no qualms about practicing and enforcing the same corrupt process of Latin justice which crucified Jesus on the cross, especially on those of Latino ancestry who lack the historically white European defense of Martin Luther's Reformation.
  4. This past summer I spent some time in El Paso, Texas, sleeping in a back alley wherever I could. One afternoon, I almost stumbled over a dead body in the sidewalk: a good-looking middle-aged man, dressed in style and artfully laid there on his back, expensive sunglasses right beside his head. That night, I decided to sleep somewhere different, and found a hiding place in a back alley near where the railroad tracks crossed the border from Ciudad Juárez in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. (I had also noticed signs on the freeway exits for "Juárez, Mexico," which I thought rather insulting and illiterate, almost as if someone would refer to Kansas City, Missouri as "Kansas, America." The word ciudad, of course, means "city," but it is actually part of the name of the city, just as for example "Kansas City, Missouri" or "Rapid City, South Dakota.") Anyways, that night after I lay down in my hiding place, at about 10:00 or 10:30 pm, I heard a lot of shooting. The shooting came closer and closer to me, and then it stopped. Evidently the shooters did not see me. I do not believe they were targeting me specifically, but I do not believe either that they would have hesitated to kill me as well. shortly afterwards, I fell asleep, and I was awakened at about 2:00 or 2:30 am by the sound of ambulance sirens. I immediately assumed that this was the time the dead bodies were officially discovered by the authorities, and the ambulances were called to pick them up. I still did not emerge from my hiding place, and I got to thinking, that now was about the time the graveyard shift of the city police would be out on patrol after taking over from the swing shift, who must have been completely deaf not to know that so much shooting had taken place on their shift. A few days later the police made some kind of motion to cite me on a trumped-up loitering/jaywalking charge, but I skipped out on it and walked after I judged that their paperwork was not sufficiently in order either to obtain a warrant for my arrest or to extradite me from another state. Not being a "local," there was simply no way I could have remained in town and stayed alive for a supposed court appearance whose time and date were not properly fixed and whose circumstances were rather vague and suspiciously related to a Chihuahuas' baseball game against some team from Washington State where I am from. I'm thinking a lot of "fans" were coming over the border for the game and this was the reason the cops were looking the other way, and this is what angered the drug cartels who monopolize human traffic across the border.
  5. Leslie E. Korn Ph.D, MPH, LMHC, ACS, NTP Rhythms of Recovery >>>Coffee is a drug, not a beverage. Thus, it should be used like a drug, sparingly and only for specific purposes to alter consciousness, consciously.<<< >>>In my clinical practice, some people who have been sexually abused, or had abusive toilet training practices as children, or who have been conditioned to believe touching their anus should be avoided, (anal retentive) or who have negative associations with fecal elimination, may be resistant to this form of detoxification and need not be pressured but can be reassured. In these cases, it must remain a personal decision about whether to proceed with this method of detoxification. Not everyone will choose to do it ...<<< Caffeine is a mild stimulant and diuretic. If it is anything more than that, I didn't ask for anything "extra" in my coffee. Coffee is not a mind-altering substance. If it is, something else is in the coffee that shouldn't be there. Coffee enemas? Sounds more like a circumlocution or euphemism for male homosexual date rape. That's just too bizarre to be taken literally. Detoxification? The diuretic effects of caffeine might make your kidneys produce a little more urine, but if the coffee is brewed with fresh water as it should be, then non-alcoholic fluids are fluids, and certainly necessary and helpful to "detoxify." >>>Among many American Indians, smoking and cessation strategies are culturally linked to sacred tobacco use.<<< ☮ Same "gal." Sounds more like a homosexual man writing under a female pseudonym. Smoking the peace pipe way too heavy. It's time to go on the warpath over this nonsense.
  6. JNJ NVS PFE MRK SNY GSK ABBV BMY LLY AZN NVO SHPG TEVA This is quite a portfolio. A dirty baker's dozen. Books are cooked. Regulators are bribed. Doctors, pharmacists, and politicians get kick-backs. Prescription-only as seen on TV. Innumerable mental health drugs, major tranquilizers, neuroleptics, minor tranquilizers, benzodiazepines, amphetamines, stimulants, mood "stabilizers," anti-depressants, atypical anti-psychotics, doggy downers, puppy uppers, yadda yadda yadda.... Intimately linked to the train-station cult of sex, drugs, alcohol, and lies. "THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A CHEMICAL KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER." We shall make war against these companies, we shall overcome them, and no more shall any place be found for such medical quackery in a free society. They tied a bloody red rag around a white pole, and went in BUSINESS, real live medicinal leeches for blood-letting and all. These companies are not satisfied with giving you a California haircut and extorting money from you for it; no, they have to get inside your head, give you a lobotomy, and have you legally adjudicated as a mental defective too, so that they can embezzle the remainder of your assets, resources, finances, and property in law. Title 18, U.S. Code, §922, ¶¶(d)(4), (g)(4). Rosemary Kennedy was lobotomized, and to this day she is slandered and libeled even by her own family. These drug companies and their interests are heavily represented at the Bilderberg Meeting now in session in Virginia, "30 miles from Washinton, D.C."
  7. "Anil Seth, co-director of the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science at the University of Sussex in southern England" "Robin Carhart-Harris" (U.K.) "In his study, published in 2016, scientists gave participants doses of LSD, ketamine and psilocybin." "David Nutt, a neuropsychopharmacologist from Imperial College London" >>> Psychedelic drugs such as LSD and ketamine cause the brain to enter a “higher state of consciousness,” according to scientists. For the first time, a new study has showed the diversity of brain activity increasing as a result of taking these drugs. Scientists say the findings could lead to new treatments for mental health conditions, including depression and schizophrenia—as well as answering fundamental questions about our conscious experience. <<< >>> “What we’re doing in this study is trying to understand what’s happening in the brain… and [what] may in turn have a therapeutic effect,” Seth says. “These studies of the effects of psychedelic drugs has only just really restarted after many years in the wilderness.” <<< The names sound unusual to me. "Robin" is very outdated as a man's name. "Seth" is from the days of Cain and Abel; the first name is Indian. Nutt? That guy's just plain nuts if he's prescribing LSD, ketamine, and psilocybin, and he thinks I'm going to believe that's his real name. Some of those people in the U.S. government are starting to acquire or assume some unusual names, as well. Jefferson Sessions? His real family name, or too many "sessions" with a mental health therapist? His use of a family name as his first name? Chelsea Manning? There's something odd with this one, too. I can't quite place my finger on it. Almost a subtle threatening hint for other MtF transgender, "Come on, dude, like you just need to man up." The name Manning also shows up with a military connection as a co-author of a government conspiracy book, "Angels don't play this HAARP." (UAF and Eielson AFB have really played that one up for all its worth.)
  8. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, 660 S Mesa Hills Blvd, El Paso, TX EL PASO COSMETIC SURGERY, 651 S Mesa Hills Blvd, El Paso, TX, "The Science of Beauty" Verbatim from flashing street sign: EL PASO COSMETIC SURGERY CALL TO SCHEDULE 351-1116 VOLUMA XC $590 syringe ULTRA XC $520 syringe ULTRA PLUS XC $560 syringe Pucker Up VOLBELLA $360 syringe kybella $590 vial $990 / 2 vials sculptra $650 vial $1200 2 vials Botox Cosmetic $480 3 sites Forehead Giabella Crowsfeet Facelift 25% off LASER Hair removal 50% off Non-VIP Members mira Dry $990 FRAXEL $2500 4 Treatments IPL MONDAY $175 Individual face treatment Facial Tuesday Full Facials $125 Botox Cosmetic 50% off Wedensday Individual injection site 2 Site Max THURSDAY Tattoo Removal 50% off Individual treatment Brow Lift / Chin Up FRIDAY $250 Purchase both $400 Active/ Deep Fx $1200 single treatment Facelift 25% off Cellfina 25% off coolsculpting 15% off images flashing on sign are exclusively of mixed-race Caucasian/Hispanic female bodies. This is really, really bad, and something is really, really off with it. And as usual, right in the face of law enforcement. Please don't tell me those in the Witness Protection Program need facials on Tuesdays and Botox on Wednesdays.
  9. From an Associated Press article by a "Lisa Marie Pane" headlined "Authorities: Public areas of airports are seen as most vulnerable to attack" as it appeared Sunday, January 8, 2017 in The Free Lance-Star of Fredericksburg, Virginia. >> The only way to prevent such attacks, experts said, is to ensure the wrong people don't get guns and to encourage the public to alert authorities if they believe a friend or family member is acting erratically. [Chris] Grollnek likened it to farmers enlisted in the Civil Air Patrol to spot illegal activity while they were in the air in crop dusters. << Several translations are necessary: "The wrong people:" Those subject to felony criminal convictions, domestic-violence-related misdemeanor criminal convictions (not to include drug-related misdemeanors,) sex offense convictions (not to include patronizing a prostitute,) civil or criminal no-contact orders, anti-harassment orders in law, or restraining orders in civil law or divorce proceedings, criminal trespass in law, anyone who has ever seen a psychiatrist in law or other mental health practitioner at law, etc,, etc., etc., ad nauseam ad nauseam, ad nauseam. "[T]o encourage the public to alert authorities if they believe a friend or family member is acting erratically:" In other words, get your family members committed if they don't go along with the gun control agenda. "[F]armers:" Growers of marijuana, opium, coca, and other cash crops. "Civil Air Patrol:" Pilots who smuggle drugs from South America to North America. "[I]llegal activity:" Get with the program already. Marijuana and other street drugs are legal. "[I]n the air in crop dusters:" spraying various chemicals and drugs over all those "organically" grown crops.
  10. How do you all feel about the FDA, whom regulates our food and drugs of course, being in bed with and receiving funds from the corporations/companies that produce the products they're supposed to be regulating? That's a flawed system if I've ever seen one. Every other drug commercial on TV is followed up a year or two later with one of those commercials ran by law firms talking about how your loved ones died from taking it. How can drugs be released to the public that aren't even tested for a long enough period to know what they will do? If people start dying from taking a medication only 1 year after its released to the market and approved by the FDA, doesn't that mean they didn't even test it for a whole year before approving it? Or at least not thoroughly enough...? So are they regulating drugs or just pushing them through because of a monetary incentive from the company that produces them? How about this stuff on sea food that's imported: I just found this article searching for some info about the other part of my post, but I've read similar reports / information from numerous other sources... The article claims that less than 1% of the seafood imported is inspected, yet over half of what is inspected is turned down / does not pass the inspection because of salmonella and other disturbing factors. So quite possibly over 50% of the 99% of seafood imported that's not inspected could be below the standards of the FDA and make it's way to our dinner plates. How ya'll feeling about eating shrimp right now? I'm not sure if this type of corruption counts as a conspiracy but it's certainly not something that's discussed openly to the public. I think the FDA needs to be shutdown and restructured in a way that actually considers the health of the American citizens...What about you?
  11. Was cannabis illegalized through a conspiracy by industrialists and the U.S. Treasury?