posted on Feb, 29 2016 @ 08:44 AM
Mind control drug? www.express.co.uk...
Now this drug has been studied. It is a blocker of acetylcholine It makes you believe in others without questioning whether they are right or not.
Atropine and many antidepressents block acetylcholine. This class of drug makes people submissive. So do cigarettes, but they also give nicotine to
excite the nicotine or acetylcholine receptors. Potatoes also block acetylcholine, most of the scopaline is in the peel. Now genetically some people
do not respond well to the drugs designed from this and antidepressants of that class do not work well on them. Most people do not have the ability
to break down this chemistry though.
The above natural class is this. en.wikipedia.org...
There are other chemistries that make us submissive and believe what we are told without questioning it.
Some similar chemistry is found in Cayenne peppers. Another chemistry that makes people submissive or believe what they are told without questioning
it, if they can't break down the chemicals properly, is found in Dark red wine. This is why guys offer to buy woman wine. I can't drink red wine,
it makes me sick. It is another property that does that and I do not have any protective chemistry to the wine's psychotropic effect other than that
I will puke it up.
I try to study these chemistries and where they are found. The thing is, if you start to question a doctor, they seem to stick you on one of these
antidepressants and then most people believe them. My ancestors ate a lot of potatoes, those antidepressants don't do much to me, Nicotine from a
cigarette would give an alternate path so you would not be effected so much. Now why do they really want us to believe that cigarettes are so bad for
us? Damn, my spelling sucks today.
edit on 29-2-2016 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)