It should come as no surprise that two of the main enemies of Western freedom are both being energized, fueled and driven by demonic drugs which create intolerant zombie-soldier addicts hell bent on destroying others.
The Washington Post has revealed that the highly addictive drug "Captagon," banned in most Western countries because of its potent addictive nature, is being fed to soldiers by ISIS in their effort to create a super-zombie-army, able to stay up for days with mindless energy, self-belief, and determination to kill with complete disregard for reality. Once addicted, ISIS have complete control of their new slave army and they feed the soldiers addiction every day as long as they obey commands.
It is also providing a means of income for ISIS to finance their campaign to Islamize the world. "A tiny, highly addictive pill produced in Syria and widely available across the Middle East, its illegal sale funnels hundreds of millions of dollars back into the war-torn country's black-market economy each year, likely giving militias access to new arms, fighters and the ability to keep the conflict boiling, according to the Guardian."
“A powerful amphetamine tablet based on the original synthetic drug known as "fenethylline," Captagon quickly produces a euphoric intensity in users, allowing Syria's fighters to stay up for days, killing with a numb, reckless abandon."
"You can't sleep or even close your eyes, forget about it," said a Lebanese user, one of three who appeared on camera without their names for a BBC Arabic documentary that aired in September. "And whatever you take to stop it, nothing can stop it."
"I felt like I own the world high," another user said. "Like I have power nobody has." "There was no fear anymore after I took Captagon," a third man added.
"Syrian government forces and rebel groups each say the other uses Captagon to endure protracted engagements without sleep, while clinicians say ordinary Syrians are increasingly experimenting with the pills, which sell for between $5 and $20," Reuters reported.
"Captagon has been around in the West since the 1960s...the drug's addictive power led most countries to ban its use." "Doctors report that the drug has dangerous side effects, including psychosis and brain damage, according to the BBC."
A drug control officer in the central city of Homs told Reuters he had observed the effects of Captagon on protesters and fighters held for questioning. "We would beat them, and they wouldn't feel the pain. Many of them would laugh while we were dealing them heavy blows," he said.
"One secular ex-Syrian fighter who spoke to the BBC said the drug is tailor-made for the battlefield because of its ability to give soldiers superhuman energy and courage: "So the brigade leader came and told us, 'this pill gives you energy, try it,' " he said. "So we took it the first time. We felt physically fit. And if there were 10 people in front of you, you could catch them and kill them. You're awake all the time. You don't have any problems, you don't even think about sleeping, you don't think to leave the checkpoint. It gives you great courage and power. If the leader told you to go break into a military barracks, I will break in with a brave heart and without any feeling of fear at all — you're not even tired."
Another ex-fighter told the BBC that his 350-person brigade took the pill without knowing if it was a drug or medicine for energy. "Some people became addicted to it and it will damage the addicts," he said. "This is the problem."
Similar stories are coming out of the homosexual scene as reported by the Guardian newspaper:
"Young gay men are much more likely than straight men to take drugs, including ecstasy, cocaine and marijuana, according to two studies in Britain and America.
Nearly one-third of men surveyed in the United States who had sex with other men said they used drugs at least once a week, and lifetime use of cocaine was nearly twice as high as that of the general age-group. Two out of three of the men said that they had used drugs in the previous six months.
The study, published in the American Journal of Public Health, included 3,492 young men aged between 15 and 22.
'The people that we spoke to were in an environment that was surrounded by drugs,' said Linda Valleroy, an epidemiologist and one of the report's authors. 'There were synchronised epidemics of HIV, drug use and depressive behaviour.'
New research by the mental health charity Mind showed that the trend is replicated in Britain with drug use consistently higher among gay men and lesbian women.
'The gay scene is bar and club orientated,' said Monty Moncrieff, project co-ordinator at Antidote, a drugs service for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. 'That is where people go to meet other gay people and there is a lot of cocaine, ecstasy, ketamine and GHB around. It is a hedonistic culture and often the lifestyle and recreational drug use go hand in hand.'"
With Western governments currently beholden to the drug induced power of the homosexual same-sex "marriage" ideologues, and Western states about to become official promoters and defenders of homosexual behavior and lifestyle, where will this lead Western countries especially their youth?
Guardian article. Gay lifestyle is fuelled by drugs, research reveals.
Washington Post article. The tiny pill fueling Syria’s war and turning fighters into superhuman soldiers.
Every child comes from and needs BOTH a mother and a father. Same-sex "marriage" intentionally keeps either a mother or a father from the child. Government should protect the child through upholding traditional marriage.
There is “a time to be silent, and a time to speak”. (Ecclesiastes 3:7). Now is the time to speak, so please speak up and defend children, truth and freedom. Craig Manners
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