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Originally posted by Solomons
reply to post by stikkinikki
Nicotine doesn't really have bad physical withdrawal symptoms.The simple act of smoking(mentally)is far more powerful.As for this,David Icke maybe has a few good things to say which he has plagiarized from people before him,but most of his work is made up nonsense,or really really badly researched.Although this doesn't seem out of question,for the CIA atleast.I wouldn't put much faith in David Icke's *insiders*.
Originally posted by Groo the Wanderer
NWO researcher David Icke tells a story about a young scientist he was once introduced to who wanted to meet him to expose what was going on at the CIA -
The story goes that this man is a genius in the area of magnetics, and in his early twenties he went to work for the CIA thinking he was serving his country. Soon afterwards, however, he discovered that the technology they were developing was not for the betterment of society at all, but rather for controlling and oppressing the population. So he rebelled and refused to work for them anymore.
One morning, he walked out of his house - and the next thing he remembers is waking up on a medical table. He looked down at his chest, and discovered a small transparent plastic sachet (called a "patch") attached to it, filled with a yellowish liquid. According to the man, what they had done was manipulate his body so that he now needs this drug to survive. The patch must be replaced every 72 hours, and if he refuses to work for them the patch is not replaced and he begins to die an agonizing death. He says that hundreds of scientists are enslaved in a similar way by the CIA, and this is used not only as a way to force them to work but to dispose of them when they have served their purpose.
This has got to be one of the most diabolical things I've ever heard - I'm amazed that it doesn't generate more discussion. Does anyone have more information about this? Are there any similar stories around?
edit: minor grammamatical / speeling fixes
[Edited on 22-1-2004 by Groo the Wanderer]
Originally posted by bg_socalif
Gotta love how some people take hearsay, hook, line and sinker...