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-- We had heard about a drug in Colombia that essentially eliminates free-will in humans. It is called scopolamine and it seemed to us to be so completely out there--like a plot device in an awful Jack Black movie. In fact, it sounded so horrible and strange that we wanted to go down and try it out. So the producers and I compiled a laundry list of embarrassing chores for me to complete while under the influence and, chuckling hysterically to ourselves, got on a plane and headed for Bogota, Colombia.
Originally posted by bsbray11
What a let-down of an article.
And the little note about how they were turning to a more "transparent" style of reporting was laughable. There is no difference. They just peddle more junk opinions instead of valid journalism. MSM, you are already dead in the water, and it's just a matter of time. There's no winning back the trust of the people in these life times. That game's up. Deal with it.
The active ingredient in this pill comes from datura, or jimson weed. It can completely incapacitate that user and cause speech impediments and reading problems as well, that last after the drug has worn off. Look up "datura" or "jimson weed" on YouTube, or Erowid.
Originally posted by boondock-saint
I wouldn't be surprised if this drug hasn't
already been placed into circulation in America.
A perfect way for big brother to quell dissension