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Coca Cola: The CIA-Cocaine-Bush Connection

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posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 12:42 PM
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With the Bush's fingers in so much, why not Coca-Cola too?

For a hundred years now, Coca-Cola Company has denied they ever had coc aine and that they deny that it has coc aine now.



But 1989 was a turning point. The secret base for Coca-Cola is made by Stepan Chemical Company, of Northfield, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, through their Maywood Chemical Division in New Jersey.

I once interviewed, on tape, a top official of Stepan, who admitted that coc aine was a by-product of their processing of coca leaves for the secret Coca-Cola base, They supply, he added, coc aine for the pharmaceutical trade.

And that is where George Herbert Walker Bush has to be inserted into the picture. After eleven and a half months in 1976 as Director of Central Intelligence, he became a Director of Eli Lilly Company, which reportedly gets their coc aine from Stepan. Somewhere, somehow, coc aine "leaks out" into the dope underground. Whether between Stepan and Coke's bottlers or otherwise.

more info at:
www.conspiracyplanet.com...

This is a good read. Explains that processing Coca-Cola could have possibly lead to sales of coc aine which happened to be a by-product of the process of making Coca-Cola.

Interesting stuff, it appears that the Coke you buy in other countries might still have a decent kick to it thanks to Cocaine still being an ingredient and there may still be traces of Cocaine in the stuff sold here in the USA. What did Daddy Bush not have his hands in the 70's and 80's?? Big surprise his son became a Coke head!

*Removed Excessive Paste*

[edit on 8-2-2005 by dbates]

[edit on 8-2-2005 by Zabilgy]




posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 12:59 PM
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Great post. I was just talking about Coca-Cola with my students today in class. If I remember correctly, Coke had coc aine in it from its inception, hence "Coca", but of course Coca and coc aine are two different substances, the latter being the most stimulating by far. I am just sick of these asshxles and all the corruption. So tired off this world.



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 01:20 PM
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Hang on a minute,

surely the point in that Coca Cola used to have coc aine in it, is that why can't you sell drinks with coc aine in them?

I'd buy them, and drink them too.

The evil is that it got banned or had to be removed,

wake up!

( and you shouldn't need any stimulant to make you realise what I wrote there is true, I didn't, I haven't even had a coffee in the last few days )



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 01:26 PM
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By 1929 or '30, Coca-Cola no longer had the stuff to put an extra bit of spring in your step, and even before officially removing coc aine from the mix, there was already only trace amounts, I think around 1/500th of a grain of coc aine per ounce of syrup, or something like that.



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 01:27 PM
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Hang on a minute,

surely the point in that Coca Cola used to have coc aine in it, is that why can't you sell drinks with coc aine in them?

I'd buy them, and drink them too.

The evil is that it got banned or had to be removed,

wake up!

( and you shouldn't need any stimulant to make you realise what I wrote there is true, I didn't, I haven't even had a coffee in the last few days )



Pardon my curiosity here but, what are you talking about? You think it's okay to sell a beverage with coc aine in it so that the consumers become addicted and thus, buy more of it?....making big profits for the corporation that sells it at the expense of the addicted consumer?

Please explain your reasoning!

[edit on 8-2-2005 by Zabilgy]



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 01:35 PM
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Coca-Cola was originally an energy tonic for the elderly and contained coc aine as well as caffeine. Many products of that era contained coc aine for both its speedy qualities and as a local anesthetic. There's nothing hidden or secret about this.



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 02:14 PM
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you have got to be kidding me right...

I have an idea.... why don't all of the Bush haters, form a club outside of ATS, elect a leader and have that person run for President...

what a waste of time.... putting so much energy into tyring to find things to blame on our President..



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 02:19 PM
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Thank you 77.....no one said it was hidden or a secret. There was also a tonic you could buy back in the late 1800's or turn of the century called Laudnum which was mostly opium and some alcohol. Very legal at the time as well. All those "health tonics" have since gone by the way side...because they didn't cure anything...they just masked symptoms and created addicts......

Alcoholic beverages seem to be the only "tonic" still legal and still creating millions of addicts every year.....



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 02:22 PM
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I recall hearing there was a time when coke was made with coc aine. I would think in todays world of technology and testing that it would be pretty difficult to get drugs into coke unnoticed. I am sure anything is possible but the likihood seems more probable with all the new waters with vitiams these days than soda pop.



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 02:29 PM
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Elevated one.....better yet...let's start a club of all the Bush lovers and when they are ready to try to get Jeb elected, they can have a big campaign fund raiser where you have to pay large sums of money to kiss the rumps of all the famous Bushes.


If the Bush lovers on this site alone show up, they will make a nice piece of change for Jeb's campaign!!!



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 02:32 PM
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Zabilgy it sure sounds like your trying to say this is some kind of secret and a coverup:



For a hundred years now, Coca-Cola Company has denied they ever had coc aine and that they deny that it has coc aine now.



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 02:35 PM
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77.....that was quoted from the site and only part of the story...the heart of the story was the Bushes involvement with Coca-Cola and the coc aine residue that was left over and what George helped do with it....did you miss that part?

I think everyone knows that Coca-Cola had coc aine in it at one time (and is still rumored to have trace amounts in it today)...

I also wasn't aware until I read that article, that the formula sent to some other countries actually has more coc aine content in it than others....That I had never hear before.....you??

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posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 02:41 PM
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If they're making that claim, that pretty much debunks whatever they say. The fact that Coca-Cola once contained coc aine is a matter of public record and I'm sure Coca-Cola has never tried to deny it.



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 02:45 PM
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77.....sidestepping the Bush connection like a good republican. Nicely done!



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 02:48 PM
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Originally posted by Zabilgy
77.....sidestepping the Bush connection like a good republican. Nicely done!


This is all meaningless drivel. There is no connection between Coca-Cola, coc aine, the CIA and the Bush family. It is really laughable!



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 02:55 PM
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77...I had an old professor who was a pain in the butt, but the best advice he ever gave me was this:
"When you're green, you're growing. When you're ripe, you're dead."

Should I translate? Loosely translated it means, when you're close-minded and think you know everything, you're unable to learn anything. When you open your mind and realize that you don't know everything and will never know everything, then you can continue to grow.

Obviously, you feel you are ripe.


[edit on 8-2-2005 by Zabilgy]



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 03:04 PM
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The facts:

Coca-Cola, originally Coke, has been around since the late 1800's. It just so happens that our friend Sigmund Freud was experimenting with pharmaceutical grade coc aine shipped to him from Merck Pharmaceuticals, which was estabilished in Germany circa 1660's, towards the late 1800's. Freud was trying to find a cure for depression and used the drug himself, as did his wife. Freud was in Vienna at times, and back in Germany for research purposes, so he was sometimes away for long periods from his wife. They both took the drug each day and Freud, being clinically depressed himself, found more than favourable results in his case, as well as in some of his patients. His research and doseage recommendation was published in Medical Journals and the coc aine quickly became a fashionable treatment for depression, later to be treated more naturally with Freud's perfected psychoanalysis and other drugs.

However, there became a minor Epidemic in Europe, as people were injecting the drug intravenously, and of course, becoming highly addicted and disfunctional. The drug, as well as Freud, were swiftly chastised, and coc aine was no longer prescribed to treat depression. I think that takes us to the beginnings of the 1900's. My point is that Coca-Cola, in its early stages, could well have had pharmy grade coc aine in it, not coc aine derived from the Coca leaf itself: the two are the same chemical but mom's cookies always taste different than store bought if you know what I mean.

And for me, drinking Coke in the 80's, that stuff definately gave me a zing, totally different than a cup of coffee. Not sure if that is attributable to coc aine or the massive sugar content.

As for the 1930's, no way was coc aine a legal drug by then. The only people able to distribute it were the pharmy comanies, mostly for local anesthetics, and in dentistry. The pharmy boom came soon after, and other, better anesthetics came to bear.

If anyone is interested, I have a power point presetation, detailing step-by-step how to produce pharmy coc aine with a full list of ingredients.

[edit on 8-2-2005 by freudling]



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 03:14 PM
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By the way, any notion that Coke has a trace of coke is easily disproven everytime I take a urinalysis, considering how many cokes per day I drink.



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 03:15 PM
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freudling.....I wouldn't mind taking a gander at the power point presentation. Sounds interesting, as I am always willing to learn, because I don't know everything!



posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 03:19 PM
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my 2 cents is;
as already mentioned, the coc aine is bye-product, and appeared only in trace amounts

it was sold at drug store soda fountains, not at a vending machine on every corner, so its unlikely it would have had a major impact on society anyway if left to contunue

the plan old sugar and caffeine in soda is just as stimulating (although not directly addictive) and as bad for your body, if not worse, than blowcaine


so coc aine and coke wouldn't exist without bush



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